The Joe Rogan Experience Episode 811 with Jim Breuer

Episode Number: 811
Episode Guest: Jim Breuer
Original Airdate: June 21, 2016
Episode Sponsors: MeUndies, Squarespace, Onnit, Caveman Coffee

Guest Bio: Jim Breuer is a stand-up comedian, actor, author, singer, and host. Check out his podcast The Metal in Me and his new rock album Songs from the Garage available on iTunes now.

Topics Discussed: Jim talks about knowing Joe in the past and watching his career grow; working on the Hardball TV show; talk about experimenting with marijuana as a teen; pill addictions; doctors are drug dealers; you have to be honest with your kids; adults drink around kids but don’t smoke weed; Jim talks about having a beer with his dad; the desire to protect your kids; Jim talks about his sister; replaying arguments in your mind; bad thoughts can grow in your mind; positive and negative interactions online; abortion; sex education in school; we don’t need/want to reproduce anymore; we don’t need a president but everyone needs to be cool with each other; John F. Kennedy assassination; manipulation to gain control; JFK secret societies speech; Chuck Barris; how presidents and politicians talk; how Obama disappointed Joe; Ron Paul; NSA surveillance; the guy who broke into the White House; Skull and Bones secret society; Skull and Bones members; George Bush isn’t from Texas; Donald Trump “the wall just got 10-feet higher” video; Trump’s hair and skin; people want to submit to a strong man; people like that Trump calls people out; Trump is like a pro wrestling manager; Donald Trump in the WWE; Bobcat Goldthwait believes in Bigfoot; Gigantopithicus; mountain gorillas; Congo; encountering an animal for the first time; Jim talks about going to Tanzania; Joe talks about poaching in Africa; hyenas; talk about horses in North America; talk about Australia; Native Americans in Mexico; short-faced bear; talk about bears and buffalos; the bear scene in The Revenant; talk about bears; Rutgers student bear attack; bear swims in family pool video; bear fight in Rockaway, New Jersey video; the Jersey Devil; alligators in Florida; alligator climbs fence video; alligator at Splash Mountain in Disney video; Nile crocodiles in Florida; more alligator talk; eating alligator; not all life is sacred; Joe talks about his chickens; dogs are wolves; Chupacabra; dogs with mange; coyotes killing humans; straight edge guys who listen to heavy music; grown men slam dancing; talk about time travelling to any point in history; Game of Thrones editor killed by lion; getting killed by a lion; sales in guns go up after mass shootings; lion’s revenge on trophy hunter fake video; Zimbabwe has to cull 200 lions; Louis Theroux’s African Hunting Holiday documentary; “In Zimbabwe, We Don’t Cry for Lions” article; feeling bad about tragic events; dealing with aging; doctor’s illegible handwriting causes death; Jim’s wife was given the wrong chemo drugs for her cancer; people dying from malpractice; looking up medical ailments on Google; what if your next door neighbor was a zookeeper; (Jim makes animal noises); what if you got attacked by chimps while sleeping in a Land Rover; (Jim makes more animal noises); why elephants are killed and hunted; Jim talks about being charged by elephants in Africa; cobras; how antivenom is made; vegans; factory farming; Brett Michaels’ bandanas; Guns n’ Roses reunion; Jim talks about realizing wrestling was fake; Dave Grohl breaks leg during show; Soaked in Bleach documentary; reenactments in movies.

My Thoughts: Jim does a lot of voices and characters. Joe talks about the same stuff he always talks about, like gorillas, alligators, hunting, bears, lions, vegans, and factory farming. This podcast would likely be better to watch rather than listen to, just to see Jim’s face as he’s doing his characters.

Podcast Video: Below is a video of The Joe Rogan Experience podcast episode #811 available for streaming via YouTube.

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