Rogan's Podcast

ysr50

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I don't listen to Rogan, but I know he's become respected as an interviewer. That he regularly has people on for hours at a time shows that he gets deeper than "what's your latest project." And his line up includes people like philosophers and political theorists. Not just MMA Meatheads and comics. Now sure. A lot of his ramblings might be about Joe Rogan's Magic Brain Elixir, but still...

I don't think he should compelled to attack Dorsey on anything, but the fact that enough people wanted/expected him to shows how he's seen as an interviewer.

And I don't get why the idea of him or anyone re-inventing themselves is so far fetched.
I like the long conversation form interview. He doesn't seem to try to dominate a conversation, he rarely interrupts (which is refreshing these days), and he seems genuinely curious about whatever his guest is talking about. It's not for everyone, he likes to have hunter/survivalist types on now and then, but I enjoy listening to them as well. I haven't heard him do any kind of commercial in a long time, I watch it on youtube and skip all of the ads, so I have no idea how he's monetizing it. Maybe you should listen to/watch some of the more recent episodes.
 

DiggerNick

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If Joe claims to be unaware of the Twitter bannings going on then how will he react when he finds about about banks closing conservatives' accounts.
 

DiggerNick

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Martina Markota aka 'Lady Alchemy' just had her business account shut down, which she was using to crowdfund her comic book. Her career as a burlesque performer and artist in NY was destroyed once she went public with her support for Trump. She does videos for The Rebel media and is engaged to UK conservative commentator Jack Buckby, who can't get a US Visa because he has been flagged by the NSA.

The new leader of Gavin's Proud Boys had his account shut down by Chase.

This is the next logical step. Crowdfunding sites like Patreon have been doing this for ages. Now it seem actual banks are joining in.
 

ysr50

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Martina Markota aka 'Lady Alchemy' just had her business account shut down, which she was using to crowdfund her comic book. Her career as a burlesque performer and artist in NY was destroyed once she went public with her support for Trump. She does videos for The Rebel media and is engaged to UK conservative commentator Jack Buckby, who can't get a US Visa because he has been flagged by the NSA.

The new leader of Gavin's Proud Boys had his account shut down by Chase.

This is the next logical step. Crowdfunding sites like Patreon have been doing this for ages. Now it seem actual banks are joining in.
The banks will never go after the people that hold the majority of the wealth because they're conservative. Banks can't operate without their clients capital. No clients, no bank. Regardless of what the media would have you believe the majority of the very wealthy people I've ever known are pretty conservative, the Jeff Bezos' and Mark Zuckerbergs' are few and far between.
 

LiddyRules

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The banks will never go after the people that hold the majority of the wealth because they're conservative. Banks can't operate without their clients capital. No clients, no bank. Regardless of what the media would have you believe the majority of the very wealthy people I've ever known are pretty conservative, the Jeff Bezos' and Mark Zuckerbergs' are few and far between.
Or that if a bank wanted to take a political stance, it would subject itself to such scrutiny... over a crowd funded comic book artist.
 
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