September 7, 2018
I don’t hate you if you like listening to Joe Rogan. But you have to admit, Roe Jogan curb-stomped Joe this time.
Joe wasn’t making any sense by the end of it.
Roe’s smooth-talk and logic poked holes in Joe’s cannibalism fantasies.
But on a serious note, Roe and Joe had a good, if slightly combative vibe throughout the interview.
Key takeaways: eat Paleo and lots and lots of butter. Also, chimps in spacesuits in Virtual Reality. It’s going to be a thing.
Roe Jogan ended up cutting the interview short when offered a bribe. 50k might be enough to buy Joe, but definitely not Roe.
The number one show on the internet.
If you find Joe Rogan entertaining you are enlightened.
I like that Indian guy (feather) who believes in UFOs though. He’s cool too. He can stay.
But let’s be honest here.
Joe Rogan is what happens when a meathead decides to be trendy and gets a Jew to create a podcast for him. Roe Jogan is where the future’s at.
Related news: scientists prove the NPC-Normie theory.
Consider inner speech. Subject experienced themselves as innerly talking to themselves in 26% of all samples, but there were large individual differences: some subjects never experienced inner speech; other subjects experienced inner speech in as many as 75% of their samples. The median percentage across subjects was 20%.
Would explain a lot.
Like people preferring Joe Rogan to Roe Jogan.
People who like Joe Rogan might just need an external, smooth voice to keep them calm. Because they have no inner voice to keep them happy and entertained, they must borrow Joe’s.
The Patrician choice for NPCs is still Roe, though.
If you don’t have an internal monologue and you must borrow someone else’s lest you go mad – ie you are either soulless, low IQ or a combination of middling IQ, but still soulless – then please, take my recommendation seriously and consider listening to Roe instead.