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Joe Rogan vs Milo Yiannopoulos on Christianity

Joe Rogan vs Milo Yiannopoulos on Christianity

(3:35) Everywhere that doesn't have a Christian heritage is a fucked up place, according to gay British journalist Milo Yiannopoulos, a statement that stunned Joe Rogan. Full interview: youtu.be/dGL5eRw7rXU

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Guest: one more time (768 days ago)

Don't be misled by Milo's name, appearance, sexuality, or behaviour. Listen to what he says. He appears to be reasonably intelligent, educated and reflective. You may not agree with him but he is at least interesting and can hold up his end of the argument. Contrast with (ugh) Russell Brand.

I'd have him as a dinner guest, and sell tickets.

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Don't be misled by Milo's name, appearance, sexuality, or behaviour. Listen to what he says. He appears to be reasonably intelligent, educated and reflective. You may not agree with him but he is at least interesting and can hold up his end of the argument. Contrast with (ugh) Russell Brand.

I'd have him as a dinner guest, and sell tickets.

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Guest: (768 days ago)

What a tool. Joe Rogan that is.

19 secs he interrupts Milo and talks over him.
37 secs he interrupts Milo again.
56 secs he complains about being interrupted.

I couldn't finish this because it's just lousy interviewing. You don't get someone on a talk show so you can shout them down, you get them on so you can hear what they're saying and challenge them.

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What a tool. Joe Rogan that is.

19 secs he interrupts Milo and talks over him.
37 secs he interrupts Milo again.
56 secs he complains about being interrupted.

I couldn't finish this because it's just lousy interviewing. You don't get someone on a talk show so you can shout them down, you get them on so you can hear what they're saying and challenge them.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (768 days ago)

Yes, but do you agree with Milo Yiannopoulos when he says everywhere that doesn't have a Christian heritage is a phucked up place with bad morals?

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Yes, but do you agree with Milo Yiannopoulos when he says everywhere that doesn't have a Christian heritage is a phucked up place with bad morals?

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Guest: (768 days ago)

No I don't, but what is important is why he believes that. If I heard his reasons I may sympathise more. Unfortunately it became obvious pretty quickly that as usual, someone with a secular agenda is shouting down someone of faith rather than investigating their opinions. That way, I was going to learn nothing about Joe or Milo. Just rubbish interviewing.

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No I don't, but what is important is why he believes that. If I heard his reasons I may sympathise more. Unfortunately it became obvious pretty quickly that as usual, someone with a secular agenda is shouting down someone of faith rather than investigating their opinions. That way, I was going to learn nothing about Joe or Milo. Just rubbish interviewing.

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Guest: thetruthandthelight (768 days ago)

If you were a regular listener of Joe Rogans podcast, then you would know that this is not his usual style of interviewing. Joe has a wide variety of guests and he never interrupts them when talking. However, if you listen to this particular podcast (all 3 hours of it), it is mostly a shouting match between Joe and Milo, with Milo doing just as much, if not more, talking over than Joe. This is a 3min clip, 100th of the total conversation, with quite possibly the most controversial guest he has ever had.

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If you were a regular listener of Joe Rogans podcast, then you would know that this is not his usual style of interviewing. Joe has a wide variety of guests and he never interrupts them when talking. However, if you listen to this particular podcast (all 3 hours of it), it is mostly a shouting match between Joe and Milo, with Milo doing just as much, if not more, talking over than Joe. This is a 3min clip, 100th of the total conversation, with quite possibly the most controversial guest he has ever had.

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Guest: (768 days ago)

I'm not judging this interview on his usual style of interviewing, I'm judging this interview on this interview. Undeniably, he has interrupted Milo far more times than Milo interrupted him by the point he complained about it, and that sets a tone and an expectation for the rest of the interview. Joe is the interviewer after-all. If he didn't want Milo to have a turn to speak why the heck did he invite him on?

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I'm not judging this interview on his usual style of interviewing, I'm judging this interview on this interview. Undeniably, he has interrupted Milo far more times than Milo interrupted him by the point he complained about it, and that sets a tone and an expectation for the rest of the interview. Joe is the interviewer after-all. If he didn't want Milo to have a turn to speak why the heck did he invite him on?

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Guest: thetruthandthelight (765 days ago)

So by this, I take it that you've listened to the full 3hr podcast? Not just the 56 seconds where Joe makes the point about interrupting. I'm guessing that you havent from your comment above (If I heard his reasons I may sympathise more). Milos comment about a Christian society doesnt set the tone for the interview, the tone had already been set. This comment comes quite some into an already established conversation. Don't make assumptions about the entire podcast or Joe Rogan from this teeny tiny clip on BoreMe. And my apologies, the JRE podcast isnt't an interview, it's a conversation. I was wrong to follow your lead in calling it an interview.

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So by this, I take it that you've listened to the full 3hr podcast? Not just the 56 seconds where Joe makes the point about interrupting. I'm guessing that you havent from your comment above (If I heard his reasons I may sympathise more). Milos comment about a Christian society doesnt set the tone for the interview, the tone had already been set. This comment comes quite some into an already established conversation. Don't make assumptions about the entire podcast or Joe Rogan from this teeny tiny clip on BoreMe. And my apologies, the JRE podcast isnt't an interview, it's a conversation. I was wrong to follow your lead in calling it an interview.

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No, of course I haven't listened to the full 3hour podcast - why would I? I don't listen to extracts that seem ridiculous and bigoted and then listen to another 3 hours in order to see if the interviewer is always like that. Is that what you do?

Interview / conversation / slagging match - whatever you want to call it. It tells us nothing when you don't let someone speak. Whether Joe is an interviewer or just a host, it's rather sad to invite someone on to a show you run and then talk over them, and not let them voice the opinion which presumably you invited them on to air. Populist rubbish. And then to complain about being interrupted! A joke.

I'd be fascinated to hear how Milo would justify such a contentious belief as this "Everywhere that doesn't have a Christian heritage is a f**ked up place" stuff, as it's something that needs challenging using simple real-world examples - not just by talking over him and shouting him down. All I can do is search YouTube for an interview / conversation with Milo in which someone is not just looking for a controversial soundbite or argument, but actually tries to logically confront him about the reasons for his beliefs. Joe Rogan doesn't seem to be the man for the job.

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No, of course I haven't listened to the full 3hour podcast - why would I? I don't listen to extracts that seem ridiculous and bigoted and then listen to another 3 hours in order to see if the interviewer is always like that. Is that what you do?

Interview / conversation / slagging match - whatever you want to call it. It tells us nothing when you don't let someone speak. Whether Joe is an interviewer or just a host, it's rather sad to invite someone on to a show you run and then talk over them, and not let them voice the opinion which presumably you invited them on to air. Populist rubbish. And then to complain about being interrupted! A joke.

I'd be fascinated to hear how Milo would justify such a contentious belief as this "Everywhere that doesn't have a Christian heritage is a f**ked up place" stuff, as it's something that needs challenging using simple real-world examples - not just by talking over him and shouting him down. All I can do is search YouTube for an interview / conversation with Milo in which someone is not just looking for a controversial soundbite or argument, but actually tries to logically confront him about the reasons for his beliefs. Joe Rogan doesn't seem to be the man for the job.

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TheBob TheBob (769 days ago)

On a positive note, it's good to have it documented that Americans don't have a monopoly on twats.

Or that straight people do.

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On a positive note, it's good to have it documented that Americans don't have a monopoly on twats.

Or that straight people do.

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