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Joe Rogan talks about marijuana and DMT

Joe Rogan talks about marijuana and DMT

American comedian thinks all plants should be legal and talks about the most illegal psychedelic drug in America that's a portal to the afterlife

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PC614 PC614 (3149 days ago)
If that's the case then perhaps this clip requires more background in order to be taken with any value. Was it meant to be taken with any value to begin with? That I do not know either, in which case I'd refer to the first sentence, then repeat.
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If that's the case then perhaps this clip requires more background in order to be taken with any value. Was it meant to be taken with any value to begin with? That I do not know either, in which case I'd refer to the first sentence, then repeat.
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Guest: me 2 (3152 days ago)
If the world leaders smoked pot and did DMT once in a while, this world might be a safer and mellower place to live in.
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If the world leaders smoked pot and did DMT once in a while, this world might be a safer and mellower place to live in.
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Guest: (3152 days ago)
How is this segment represented as fact? It is an individual stating his opinions. He is stucturing his opinion on this topic with a lot of available factual information, but I hope that is what most people do. How do you form your opinions, and if you shared some of your opinions would that act constitute a representation of fact? Anti-drug BS gets all the coverage it deserves.
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How is this segment represented as fact? It is an individual stating his opinions. He is stucturing his opinion on this topic with a lot of available factual information, but I hope that is what most people do. How do you form your opinions, and if you shared some of your opinions would that act constitute a representation of fact? Anti-drug BS gets all the coverage it deserves.
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Guest: guest (3152 days ago)
Is this the UFC host?
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Is this the UFC host?
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ajhawkinsjr ajhawkinsjr (3149 days ago)
I think the clip is presented to allow anyone who chooses to view it to make their own decicisions regarding value. It would be my hope that before anyone took the opinions shared to heart they would do enough research on the topic to form a reasoned opinion of their own. But you could just enjoy it from the point of viewing a comedian doing what he does every day all over the world to entertain audiences in a variety of venues.
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I think the clip is presented to allow anyone who chooses to view it to make their own decicisions regarding value. It would be my hope that before anyone took the opinions shared to heart they would do enough research on the topic to form a reasoned opinion of their own. But you could just enjoy it from the point of viewing a comedian doing what he does every day all over the world to entertain audiences in a variety of venues.
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PC614 PC614 (3150 days ago)
I am slightly biased when it comes to drug debate, so I will refrain from posting further. I have no information as to where this discussion was held, I assumed public accessable radio. The presenters seemed to encourage and not retort to any 'facts' made, which didn't appear to be sourced whatsoever, and therefore presented an unfair debate.
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I am slightly biased when it comes to drug debate, so I will refrain from posting further. I have no information as to where this discussion was held, I assumed public accessable radio. The presenters seemed to encourage and not retort to any 'facts' made, which didn't appear to be sourced whatsoever, and therefore presented an unfair debate.
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Guest: John (3152 days ago)
Disagree - ask the Joe Rogan to sketch anything witty or complictated....
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Disagree - ask the Joe Rogan to sketch anything witty or complictated....
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PC614 PC614 (3152 days ago)
Why is this man's opinion represented as fact? Dangerous stuff BoreMe, I don't know why you repeatedly post up pro-drug BS.
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Why is this man's opinion represented as fact? Dangerous stuff BoreMe, I don't know why you repeatedly post up pro-drug BS.
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Guest: Shamanglove (2265 days ago)
Latest comment: I would like to point out that BoreMe, has not in any way represented this mans thoughts as fact. If you read their introduction carefully, "American comedian thinks all plants should be legal and talks about the most illegal psychedelic drug in America that's a portal to the afterlife", you'll notice that BoreMe used the words "American comedian thinks" and not "American comedian reveals"
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Latest comment: I would like to point out that BoreMe, has not in any way represented this mans thoughts as fact. If you read their introduction carefully, "American comedian thinks all plants should be legal and talks about the most illegal psychedelic drug in America that's a portal to the afterlife", you'll notice that BoreMe used the words "American comedian thinks" and not "American comedian reveals"
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Guest: ajhawkinsjr (3150 days ago)
The clip isn't framed or intended as a debate, it is one comedian doing a bit on the radio. No one tried to engage you in a drug debate, I asked if you thought sharing your own opinions on a given topic would be the same as a statement of facts.
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The clip isn't framed or intended as a debate, it is one comedian doing a bit on the radio. No one tried to engage you in a drug debate, I asked if you thought sharing your own opinions on a given topic would be the same as a statement of facts.
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