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Old 03-23-2019, 05:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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people say the joe budden podcast is good and i get ads for it on instagram but dk.. im just not a podcast person.. thats giving a whole hour to something. gotta be worth it.

the joe rogan podcast on youtube has nice guests and interesting view points, even though he flirts with being racist
Joe Budden Podcast is funny. Plus the legendary rant on Eminem.

"You don't think it's odd that you've said my name more as adversaries than you have when I was signed to your label?"

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Old 03-24-2019, 08:55 AM   #12 (permalink)
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My favourite podcast is probably “Your Welcome” by Michael Malice. He’s an anarchist of the “right wing” persuasion, but he’s far more sympathetic to - let’s say - left liberals than he is to traditional conservatives. He’s actually called conservatives “liberals without balls”. The podcast itself doesn’t focus solely on anarchism, it depends on the guest. He’s just an interesting person to me and doesn’t mind asking a few awkward questions.



The guest on this also has his own podcast that I enjoy called “Part of the Problem”. He’s also an anarchist of a similar wing and a comedian. He does tend to be more focussed on current issues as opposed to having guests.
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Does he pretend he intentionally misspelled you’re welcome?
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Old 03-24-2019, 09:08 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Joe Budden Podcast is funny. Plus the legendary rant on Eminem.

"You don't think it's odd that you've said my name more as adversaries than you have when I was signed to your label?"

he should do a joe rogan platform on youtube if he wants to spread out and get bigger. shorter clips for youtube videos would help.



1hour plus for someone elses thoughts? better have a PhD or have some intelligence to spread..lol
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Old 03-24-2019, 09:16 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Does he pretend he intentionally misspelled you’re welcome?
I think it was some kind of troll, but he does start it with "...and let that be your welcome".
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Old 03-24-2019, 09:27 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Joe Rogan pulls great guests but he sucks ass. Some workmates were going on about him and how he has an interesting perspective. I told them that they should've met me and my stoner friends when we were 14, we would've blown your mind. They were like that's crazy bro.

I like to throw on the H3 podcast when I'm winding down for the night and surfing the web. They're pretty funny.

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I listen to podcasts more than I listen to music, honestly. I love My Brother My Brother and Me, and basically every other podcast that the boys from MBMBAM do... they're ****ing hilarious, and generally good people who care about others, which is nice. They have a DnD podcast they do with their dad, and all three have podcast they do with their wives on various topics (the history of medical practices, the history of manners, and one that's literally just about the things and ideas that the hosts are enjoying most recently).

My weirdest favorite podcast is The Empty Bowl. It's a "meditation podcast about cereal" that mixes slow, calm conversations about the cereal industry with long pauses of silence and ocean sounds. It's bizarre, but lovely, and something I often return to when the anxiety is most rough, or when I'm trying to sleep.

There's also The Weeds and Fivethirtyeight, which are both recent events/politics podcasts that my wife turned me onto. Though I don't often agree with the perspectives, I find that they do a good job presenting current issues clearly.
I’m sorry that my fanboying you is probably just going to cause resentment and unfair suspicion but I fell in LOVE with The Empty Bowl today.
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I’m sorry that my fanboying you is probably just going to cause resentment and unfair suspicion but I fell in LOVE with The Empty Bowl today.
I’m SO glad you’re a fan now! It’s so good! Now check our Wonderful! from Justin’s little brother for a podcast with similar calming vibes. And it doesn’t bother me at all, I love attention.
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I have a number of podcasts that I listen to regularly,
but one that you may like is from someone who's really
a good interviewer on a variety of interesting topics -
sometimes ones that you never knew you'd be interested in -
like the time she spent a whole hour on the history of the banana.
Her name is Krys Boyd (she's my neighbor) and has a show called
"Think" that broadcasts here from noon to 2. I catch the repeat when
I go to bed and usually am wide awake until the show ends. Funny tho,
I don't really need to listen to the podcasts except for repeat show listens.

Here's the latest one:

Why We Think We’re Ready for Natural Disasters And Why We’re Wrong

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he should do a joe rogan platform on youtube if he wants to spread out and get bigger. shorter clips for youtube videos would help.



1hour plus for someone elses thoughts? better have a PhD or have some intelligence to spread..lol
He has shorter clips but a lot of his podcast, outside of cracking jokes, is showing knowledge on the politics of the hip hop industry. It's more of a podcast for people that love hip hop culture. That Eminem one was gold. So was the episode where he had Pusha T on. He handed Drake a whole bunch of Ls.

Edit: Podcasts are more of a background thing anyways, something to throw on while you do something else.
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