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Dillios??? "His helmet was stifling, it narrowed his vision. And he must see far. His shield was heavy. It threw him off balance. And his target is far away."
I must point out that the Chinese attitude to Intellectual Property is not an attack on other countries. It is and always has been a the attitude of the Chinese that good ideas should be shared, not hoarded. They "steal" from each other. Not saying that is right. Maybe it isn't so wrong.
I really like this dude but I get the sense that he is still on opioids, which makes his stance on recreational cannabis even more inexplicable.
I really hope that he has plans for a presidential run.
Get AOC on!
come on dude!!!
Epic fail: Should have had someone from tech. for 1337.
Are you not entertained!!!!!!!!!
Good weed conversation. Hey Joe how much was the cartels making off of illegal marijuana and what makes us think they will just walk away? Won’t they just improve and drop price? What if illegal marijuana undercut the legal benefits of tax money and now we just legalized cartel weed laced or dipped. Any thoughts
Dan Crenshaw wants a silicon valley powered mass surveillance Gestapo force to police gun owners. No thanks. That's 90% as scary as what the radical left is calling for.
The reason for radical Islam taking over in the middle east is the dissolution of the rule of law and order. Political instability in short. This is related to the fragility of the pseudo democratic states propped up in the middle east by western powers. What the people in the middle east wanted was a democratic state that represented the interests of the people. The U.S., using the middle east as a sandbox for a proxy war in the endless cold war against Russia and China, used intelligence assets to assassinate the elite from these societies that would challenge the campaigns of the U.S.'s chosen representatives. The U.S. wanted these states to represent THEIR interests. This is all publicly available information. In the wake of World War II, this was common practice in conjunction with other western European states. It is no coincidence that Al Qaeda in Afghanistan was the extremist force which struck first against the U.S. Afghanistan was the least stable of all these states as a result of the fact that they were war torn, and the only contingent capable of bringing order was a band of deadly, armed, trained, radical Islamists. The reason why arming terrorists in unstable states never works is pretty damn obvious. Instead of understanding that principle and learning from our mistakes, we go after a lose string, a deadly military veteran turned dictator. Except Sadam was the only thing keeping Iraq from becoming Afghanistan, because as it turns out, dictatorships rise in response to things like radical Islamist terrorism. You might ask yourself, where is all this radical Islam coming from? Well, how about Saudi Arabia and Iran? Iran has historically mostly been spreading Islamists in Israel, but Saudi Arabia has been propagating Wahhabism all across the middle east, and it has been dissolving nation after nation into ash for decades now. Iran caught on and started playing the same game the U.S. and its allies have been playing. Our greatest ally in the middle east next to Israel is most responsible for this nightmare, and we do nothing to them. No sanctions, no military action. There are no threats to bomb Saudi Arabia. What do we do? We provide amnesty for their involvement in 9/11. Don't be surprised if Israel had involvement. They want to destabilize the middle east with Sunni radicals as much as Saudi Arabia does. As long as Iran and Saudi Arabia have their guns pointed at each other, Israel doesn't have to worry about Saudi Arabia. We can't keep making the same mistakes in the middle east over and over again. Maybe isolationism isn't the right answer, but our current strategy is dumbfounding.
Forget the assassin in porn film, give this dude an English accent and you have a spitting image of younger Russel Crowe...
Dan said something like, "Switzerland has the most guns per capita." Every website I hit has US at the top with 101 guns per capita.Am I missing something?Be interesting if another country has more guns than US. Could shift the conversation to mental health care funding and truely start supporting each other instead of blaming a gun?
He may have meant to say gun ownership per capita. When he said that, even I went I dont think that's true but then when he went on to say that that may be why they have low crime is because almost everyone has a gun, I reevaluated the statement. But yeah good call because I think most people are going to get that confused since he seems to have worded it poorly
Americans talk about ‘getting rid of automatic weapons won’t have any effect on mass shootings’🙄 Ban all guns in America and gun related deaths will drop by 90% in America guaranteed. But no American politician will propose to ban all guns because it will bury their career
Automatic weapons are already banned.
we're not the most divided, we're the most visible.... ewww seeing people's emotions on screen all the time.
Only 10 minutes in and this guy seems more competent than most of the presidentual candidates
Amazing conversation! Thanks for this Joe and thanks for having Dan on. Such a cool calm cat.
I like how he avoided the pot that was awesome
When talking about gun violence and solutions he says we can’t go after the tool cus it won’t solve the problem, and it infringes on law abiding citizens’ rights, AND YET republicans just banned vaping flavors because teens get illegal cartridges and there’s been 6 deaths out of the thousands a year caused from smoking tobacco products and the even more thousands caused by the influence of alcohol, Republicans just love talking out of their ass don’t they?
I really like Dan. Nice guy. Great domestic policy and insight generally. It's a shame he has no idea what he's talking about with foreign policy. Or, maybe he does, and that's even worse.
Yea I'd be willing to bet that he knows so much more than you could imagine. He's a former SEAL and now a respected politician.
Oh and you do apparently...
id vote for him for prezzz
Dan Crenshaw...one of the good guys! Enjoyed the rapport between the two of you.
We should call that reality show, "Handi-Capitol"
Dan Crenshaw is 1337 confirmed?
He seems reasonable but he's also spinning things in a way that is basically bullshit. Everyone knows that mega-donors get around that $5000 limit by donating hundreds of thousands that is then split up into individual campaigns by the party. Donation limits are a joke now and it's disingenuous of him to pretend otherwise. If not, how TF is Trump raising $5 million at a single lunch event? Why are all the people at these events typically rich and/or famous if our system is so equitable?Wealthy individuals can still wield vast influence over an entire party. You can also look at the record of corporate interest bills vs public interest bills and the rate at which they get passed and see a vast disparity.I want to like this guy. He has really sensible things to say and he seems genuine. But then I hear him trying to paint a picture of lobbying that is obviously untrue. Using that old slimy trick of creating a false image by revealing only a small portion of the truth. Clearly he's intelligent enough to know he isn't being honest. Damn shame. And if your elections are so great why are many Texas counties still buying and using voting machines with no paper trail. Why not paper ballots? Why not a national holiday on voting day? Huh? You were soft on Trump after he exposed his belly to Putin. You're constantly on the 'no collusion no obstruction" bandwagon, which is so obviously, provably untrue that it's just insulting to continue hearing people say it. Mueller himself said that his report does not exonerate Trump> Crenshaw stated that the Mueller report "unequivocally absolves" Trump.I think you're just like all the other Republicans willing to let Russia fuck with us as long the fuckery works out in your favor, Dan Crenshaw. I think underneath your air of calm, enlightened reasonableness, you have the same dark inclinations for disingenuous and manipulative politics that people hate about Hillary and Mitch McConnell. You're just way smarter and better at it, and you come from a more respectable background. Prove me wrong, Dan.
Of course this guy loves the idea of the electoral college, his party is the one who benefits the most from it.
Crenshaw joined the military for political clout. That's it. Evey maga dipshit knows they can get a nonconfrontational platform from Rogan. twitter.com/kenklippenstein/status/1174030988688707584
Great podcast excellent conversation but if people want guns they well get guns especially bad people
The government has failed to protect the people for so long now. I think it’s time that the citizens took protection into their own hands.
Don't complain to a SEAL about making things "easier" lmao
Two homo midgets waiting for the commercial breaks so they can blow each other.
I hate to say it but American isolationism is what led Nazi Germany to take over all of Europe as the most powerful country in the world we can't just be on the sidelines
@AmigoRoberto yep we took what we wanted then closed the doors on the world
We were pretty imperialistic at that time
between this guy and Andrew Yang, I suddenly feel better about the future of Politics in America
Totally changed my perception of this guy. Amazing.
#1, In Massachusetts, no ID required at polling place. I like to show it and they laugh at me. #2, The AG decided to ban the sale of assault rifles even though none were used in an active shooter event throughout the history of the state, feel better not doing better. #3 I remember working at a night club in Hyannis on comedy night when Joe was on a circuit. Great guy hung out with the door staff, we laughed and shot the shit. Love these podcasts.
internet comment etiquette has really come a long way
I agree with Dan Crenshaw about having guards at the schools I want a job that pays me decent and that I can help kids with and secure there future by keeping them safe that would be excellent, what would be more rewarding? I would be proud to do that for my country.
@Dönald Trümp so many veterans are still looking for a job.
@Dönald Trümp I totally agree the same goes for people in the security field. As far as some of the latest stuff I have seen,I would like to point out that there was a fake sniper shooting in California where a police officer claimed he was shot by a sniper and even the mayor claims he came to visit that police officer in the hospital it made local news over there and then it was exposed as a fake. I am starting to believe some of these shootings are not real and that they are simply being perpetuated to get people in a panic buying situation. Also I believe that there is an attack on the Second Amendment quite clearly a lot of it is manipulation and a lot of it is true. It would be nice if they would just leave our constitution alone.
RayGunz yeah, especially all those veterans who are looking for a job. They would be proud to put their skills into protecting their children.
they already have police officers they are why not have a security office its in every building that I work in because I do security Joe Rogan do you even know what you're talking about,its their was a security guard armed and a room with cameras to watch the building and was taking the job seriously this could be prevented quite simply easily
No they are lying what it is is tools to find out who has the guns and who doesn't
right these Mass shootings are theatrical alright look at the sniper case in California where a police officer claimed he was shot and the news aired it! The mayor even claimed he visited the police officer! lies and ever since I've been speaking out like this even in the comments it has gotten the harder and harder to use talk to text all of the misspellings that were not happening before
There's no solving other than putting proper security forces in the proper place that's all grow up and get to the point higher some people who need jobs to work at the schools instead of leaving them vulnerable you know what the solutions are you guys just want to take away the rights of the people as a means to say you did something that's it
This guy is about altering the second amendment which I am NOT so he doesn't have my support seems like a nice guy though
@Dönald Trümp he has to be careful what he says when he thinks the cameras aren't rolling.
@Dönald Trümp he's for the Taps Act, which I happen to know quite a bit about. Not to mention he's been caught on camera by a journalist, where his wife snatched the camera away because he was talkin about supporting red flag laws and the Taps Act. Bottom line he's a left leaning conservative from what he has displayed, if he wasn't and he supported the Second Amendment wholeheartedly. I would support him, but I can't.
RayGunz dude what? He literally said that he doesn’t like red flags
RayGunz Did you even listen to the podcast?
Dan Crenshaw is 1337
E L I T E
This guy provided more actual science on climate, tech, and economics than anyone I've heard lately.
I listened to this right after the Neil Degrassi Tyson episode... Does anyone get the feeling NDT is at best a douchebag, at worst a con man compared to Crenshaw?
Here we go boys, 1337
Dan thinks Medicare for all is the socialist downfall of america. Dude also routinely votes to loosen regs on fossil fuel extraction that will lead to more deaths. Dan Crenshaw is an old fart republican who needs to get voted out
1:43:30 Let’s do that instead of paper straws
what a big ass liar !!!
Bring on Hasan Minhaj!!!
He's Eye Patch Morty!
18:56 Excellent observation!
Can someone tag how many times we heard the phrase “Self Evident”?
It's easy to register to vote. It's hard to get off work to actually vote and to do that multiple times a year for different elections.
3 hour wait time for the last 2 elections for me. Just make voting day on saturday already
Herps Derp you work for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for three weeks at a time? It’s not hard to go down to the mail shop and press a few buttons on who you think has better policies.
What do we give to these countries other than “protection”
Economic stability which is # in preventing conflict. Learn your history.
J Green Goods in the form of weapons.