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397-Joe Rogan-Your Mom's House with Christina P and Tom Segura  

Oh Snap! We got the PodFather. The Mighty and Powerful Joe Rogan joins us to discuss all things JEAN. 

From the crazy current state of politics to some all time dad boner moments, Joe weighs in on it all. 

He even answers the question: Would you date your mom? 

Spark one up and pour some out, this is an all-time classic. 

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Comics Greg Fitzsimmons & Joe DeVito  

Comic Dave Juskow and Film Critic Michael Snyder. David talks to Greg Fitzsimmons about bringing your kids to see you do stand-up, Howard Stern, Greg’s father and having male friends. David talks to Dave Juskow about his live productions of the Godfather, Mel Brooks' and Carl Reiner's shockingly horrible taste in Chinese food and living single in Manhattan. Then comedian Joe DeVito joins Dave and David to discuss women, Saturday Night Fever, how cats are the root of all problems, nature being constantly at war with us, how men pets animals differently than women do, emotional triage in Manhattan, whether a dog can become an alpha and the dangers of young comics throwing away material. Greg is a stand-up comedian and television writer/producer. A regular guest on The Howard Stern Show, Chelsea Lately, The Adam Carolla Show, and The Joe Rogan Experience. His 2011 book, Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons received critical praise from NPR and Vanity Fair. Since 2006, Greg has hosted a radio show on Howard Stern's Sirius/XM channel and his own twice-weekly podcast, Fitzdog Radio. A regular on Letterman, Conan, and Kimmel, Greg also had two stand-up specials on Comedy Central and spent five years as a panelist on VH1's Best Week Ever. As a writer, Greg won 4 Daytime Emmy Awards on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He also worked on HBO's Lucky Louie, Politically Incorrect w/ Bill Maher and many others. He has created and executive produced pilots for VH1 and FX and served as head writer on The Chelsea Handler Show, The Man Show, and Tiny Tonight. Greg is the winner of "The Jury Award for Best Comedian" from The HBO Comedy Arts Festival and a Cable Ace Award for the MTV game show he hosted called Idiot Savants. Joe DeVito was featured on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham and appeared at the Montreal "Just for Laughs" Comedy Festival in the New Faces program. In 2007, he was a semifinalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing Season 5. He has also appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS, Animal Planet and CNN, and he is a regular on Fox News Channel's Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld. DeVito is a 1990 graduate of Fairfield University where he was a writer and editor for the Fairfield Mirror. His debut album is called "First Date with Joe DeVito." More David @ http://www.DavidFeldmanShow.com Tune in every Tuesday and Friday for brand new episodes of our show featuring a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. Check out our new You Tube channel. More about David: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0271017/?ref_=nv_sr_1 David writes for Triumph The Insult Comic Dog's series on Hulu and Maya and Marty on NBC. David has also won three Prime Time Emmys for comedy writing, as well as four Writers Guild Awards. He has also written on ABC's Roseanne, HBO's Dennis Miller Live, HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central's The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Academy Awards, The Emmys, and countless roasts on Comedy Central. Get Social With David: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/davidfeldmancomedy?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/David_Feldman_ Subscribe to his audio podcast: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/david-feldman-show/id321997239 Become a subscriber to our podcast! When you join for only a $5 monthly subscription donation you’ll gain access to the David Feldman Premium Content, featuring bonus material from the funniest comedians who have been guests on the show. We accept all major credit cards. Join today and help support the show!

#276: Listener Calls  

Drew goes solo on this podcast and takes your listener phone calls including calls about sobriety in general, one wondering how to deal with the tricky subject of teen drinking, another worried about refugees pouring into her home state and many many more. He also comments on Steve-O's latest interview with Joe Rogan.

#481 - George Perez  

George Perez, Comedian and actor, seen on the Joe Rogan Experience and MTV''s, "Yo Mama", joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt live in studio.

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Recorded live on 05/15/2017.

 

Ep 256 - What is Science?  

One of the more interesting things to come out of the last few months in my own personal Mixed Mental Arts experience has been hearing more from all of you how these ideas resonate with all of you. In particular, I appreciated a conversation with Matty (@Matt_Maurer on Twitter) about how he appreciated that history could be seen as one long progression. Humanity has always been trying to solve very much the same problems. It is just that over time we have been able to see further because we have had more and more shoulders to stand on. Why are we so much smarter than the people of the past? Well, coming of age in the culture of science, I was led to draw a sharp line between the scientific project and religions. Science was real. It was tangible. It was based on evidence. It was TRUTH. And anyone who disagreed, questioned or thought anything else was an idiot and a fool. However, as I've mentioned elsewhere, in reading the science that simple narrative has become increasingly problematic for me. The people of the past weren't so biologically different. Their brains recognized patterns. Did they not recognize patterns in human behavior that have stood the test of time? Yes. They did. And it wasn't until I was confronted by having to spend time among Christian Fundamentalists that I had to really think hard about what, if anything, made science special. Someone else who has had to think hard about these questions is today's guest sensei in the dojo Mohamed Ghilan. Mohamed was born in Saudi Arabia like yours truly. Unlike yours truly, he has a PhD in Neuroscience, is getting an MD and is a Muslim. As a scientist and a Muslim, he knows full well that the evolution of better and better beliefs and mental tools was going on well before science showed up on the scene. Today, someone like Mohamed is often portrayed in the media as a bit of a unicorn. He's a Muslim AND a scientist. Whaaaaaat?!? Is that even possible?!? But in the first four or so centuries of Islam the majority of "scientists" were Muslim. Richard Dawkins captured the two parts of this story in his now infamous tweet "All the world's Muslims have fewer Nobel Prizes than Trinity College, Cambridge. They did great things in the Middle Ages, though." Dawkins' own tweet creates problems in his narrative that religion is the problem. If Muslims did great things in the Middle Ages, then why is the problem Islam? If Newton was religious AND a scientist AND an alchemist, then why is the problem Christianity or even magical thinking? And what is science anyway? As I've discussed in previous podcasts, some Christians objected to Newton's Theory of Gravity because the idea that the planets moved all by themselves conflicted with their belief that God actively moved the planets. Then, they moved on. Gravity was something they could confirm with their own eyes and to keep Christianity relevant and practical they had to evolve their understanding of God. Did they stop believing in God? Nope. They just adopted a more mature of God. "When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things." - 1 Corinthians 13:11 Were the people who didn't understand Newton's Universal Theory of Gravitation idiots? Nope. In large part, they just didn't have the glassmaking technology to make the kind of telescopes necessary to observe the planets. And The Scientific Method itself evolved over time but some consider the founder of The Scientific Method to have been a Muslim named Ibn al-Haytham due to his emphasis on experimental data and reproducibility of results. Why then are we repeatedly told the story that science and religion are somehow incompatible? By some analyses, a Muslim FOUNDED Science. If we want to popularize science, then isn't it in science's interest to tear down this popular story that science and religion are at odds. Of course, some of the beliefs of science and religion don't overlap, notably on the age of the Earth and the origins of life. But, it turns out that science has found its way back to many of the beliefs that religious people figured out long ago. In my article Was Jesus Christ a Better Neuroscientist than Sam Harris?, I explored my own journey towards the painful realization that in the realm of human affairs science had 2000 years later merely reinvented the wheel. In response, I got a comment from someone named Arslan Atajanov asked "Since when science became a belief system?" Ten years ago, I would have asked the same question as Arslan. Now, I know better. Science has always been a belief system. It is a response to how our minds work. Humans form beliefs. We have always formed beliefs. And apparently by the time of Ibn Haytham there was already awareness that testing one's beliefs against the evidence was a good thing to do. In practice, people do this all the time. Look at Game of Thrones. People had theories about Jon Snow being dead or not. Then, they watched the next season. Oh! He wasn't dead. They changed their beliefs and moved on. But now imagine that what you believed about Jon Snow being dead or alive became tribal. Now, the French believed that Jon Snow was alive. The Americans believed Jon Snow was dead. Real Americans believed Jon Snow was dead. Then Season 6 Episode 1 airs. New evidence surfaces. Yep. It looks like Jon Snow is alive. The French gloat. They insult the Americans' intelligence. How could they have been SO STUPID to have thought that Jon Snow was ever alive? Now, the Americans get defensive and come up with a series of rationalizations to defend their beliefs. It becomes a point of pride and identity. And so, the conflict builds for 150 years after the show originally aired. Pretty soon neither side is looking at the evidence. It has simple become an article of faith for both sides. How do you end this conflict? Well, you point out that before Season 6 aired no one could have known whether Jon Snow was dead or alive and that we all happily kept track with the story for the first five seasons. You could also point out that in this sectarian feud both sides have been losers. We're all better off moving on. Of course, some people have built their whole brand around this idea of incompatibility. That's their shtick. They're not likely to back down anytime soon. I understand that some people are annoyed with hearing about Sam Harris but the Mixed Mental Arts audience is perhaps unusually diverse. We have Christians in the dojo who are trying to figure out how to reconcile their faith with science like Jason Scott Sanders and Kim Ares. And we have numerous Muslims who rather than listening to Bryan and me talk about Islam wanted actual Muslims on the show. You couldn't ask for a better ambassador than Mohamed Ghilan. In this conversation with Mohamed, we clarified what science is. It's a formalization of what humans already do. If you ask me, science has become overformalized. That's why I'm so excited about Mixed Mental Arts. Science has become so bogged down in internal tribal disputes. (A problem Sam Harris has also complained about when he talks about the balkanization of science.) The question is what do you do about that? Well, scientists aren't likely to overcome their tribalism internally. Famous scientists often end up standing in the way of the progress of science as a whole. And if you're someone like Sam who is still imprisoned by his intuitions of authority, then you are stuck there. You complain to Joe Rogan about the fact that people like me have a Twitter account and then complain that scientists don't work together to form better beliefs. Complain. Complain. Complain. What's the solution, Sam? The solution is harnessing the wisdom of the crowds to sift through the evidence and evolve better beliefs. You abandon all intuitions of human authority and make the evidence the authority with the knowledge that you need to take into account all the evidence. And this is where the beliefs of The New Atheists about the Islamic world FAIL as scientific hypotheses. They fit a very selective cherrypicking of the data. They make sense to someone with limited experience of the Middle East. They don't make sense to someone like Mohamed (or even me with my much more limited experience). Well, in this interview, Mohamed focused on corruption and that's a HUGE factor. However, there are others. Muslims don't read. When they do, they don't read widely. The central belief system is not well organized and there is no coherent messaging so people can believe lots of things and CLAIM they're being Muslims. And, on top of all that, there's a focus on past historical greatness that doesn't fit present realities. All those things describe not just Islam. They describe America. Fixing all that takes a lot of work. It's a game of inches. Do you know what doesn't help? Constantly being told that your culture is the problem. It just creates defensiveness. There are problems with Islamic and American culture. And no...I'm not saying they're equivalent. But, in no situation, does indiscriminately criticizing people's culture help establish a bridge. You have to find things of value and then build strength where strength exists and then use that trust to together and reciprocally examine problematic areas. How do I know? Because I just did the opposite of that with The New Atheists. This was the response I got. In the end, The New Atheists have alienated religious people from science and I have alienated the New Atheists from me. But thanks to Sam saying Candyman we can now strip The New Atheists of their credibility to being responsive to evidence. I presented them with the evidence to read and they showed little to no interest in it. They merely defended their beliefs in a blindly emotional (and perfectly understandable) way. We're all down in the muck of being human together and all the belief systems' various claims will

ALN - Bert Kreischer  

The hilarious Bert Kreischer is FINALLY on the podcast and what an episode it was! Recorded guerilla-style (on a laptop in the basement of a comedy club), Bert talks about the origin stories of "The Machine" and how Joe Rogan changed the way he does stand-up, being a dad, falling off an aircraft carrier, being on local news, 'Bert the Conqueror', and so much more! Check out Bert's website bertbertbert.com and follow everybody on TWITTER @BertKreischer, @adamraycomedy, @funnybrad & @alnpodcast.

AVE #148: Antideutsch  

Jeden verdammten Donnerstag: Gossip, Rants und ‎Lebenshilfe. Diesmal wieder aus Köln und Berlin. Mit Christian und Sebastian (Bierfabrik). Längste Folge ever und Mansplaining ohne Ende. Joe Rogan Territory quasi. Sebastian ist zurück und wir reden über den Antideutsch-Test, den AfD-Parteitag, die NRW-Wahl, the Battle of Berkeley und alles mögliche. Um Bier gehts auch wieder hier und da. Hört was Jordan Peterson zu sagen hat und kommt alle zum Festival der Bierkulturen. Further Reading: Ich mache das sonst eigentlich nie, aber wir sprachen in dieser langen Folge über so viele Dinge, dass ich hier http://xsxm.de/ave-148-antideutsch/ gerne einen Einstieg ins Rabbit Hole einiger Themenbereiche bieten möchte. Show us some love: Unterstützt den Podcast bei Patreon, folgt ihm auf Facebook, abonniert ihn kostenlos hier bei iTunes und empfehlt uns euren Freunden!

Ep 247 - SPECIAL: The Theories of Everything Part 3  

After hearing the Theories of Everything Part 1 and Part 2, everyone got suuuuuuper jealous that Hunter was getting Spiros all to himself. In the spirit of Mixed Mental Arts, Hunter decided to share Spiros with Dave Colan, Cate Fogarty, Andrew Hunter and Christopher Leon Price.

Continuing off from the last conversation, Spiros unpacks how he thinks of truth in thinking about physical reality. Then, Dave Colan (after struggling to remember Sam Harris' name) brings up Sam's recent comments about Hunter on the Joe Rogan Experience. Sam's comments prove to be an excellent teaching opportunity because they reveal the sort of theories we form about other people based on limited and emotionally provocative evidence. The whole point that I (Hunter) was trying to clumsily make on Joe Rogan was that because of the Dunbar Number most humans are an abstraction. We have to stereotype. The question is what we stereotype around. Spending time at Oaks Christian, it was clear that the stereotype people had of scientists was formed around people like Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins was formed around people who insulted beliefs they did not understand. In fact, I came to realize that Jesus Christ was a better neuroscientist than Sam Harris which you can read about here. Now, Sam has proved my point. He has formed an opinion about me based on very limited evidence and his feeeeeeeeeelings about me. It's an amazing demonstration of #DescartesError and the #DunbarNumber. Is the model that Sam Harris laid out of Hunter Maats a good model of me? Well, I'll leave that for you to judge. But take a look at what he has said here. For regular listeners to Mixed Mental Arts, you'll see that while Sam's impression of me is perfectly understandable that it's a great example of what Spiros talks about with "truncate and renormalize." Sam has a truncated data set around who I am and that he has then renormalized around that very limited data. Can he justify his impression? Of course! He can point to that very limited amount of information and justify his impression. And yet, there's other data. There's over 200 episodes of Bryan and me interviewing hundreds of different scientists and then synthesizing those ideas together into a coherent worldview. Sam Harris has said I'm wrong about the "relevant biology." That's a huge problem. Whether I'm wrong or he is doesn't much matter. What matters is that the "relevant biology" has become so overcomplicated and atomized that either me (a Harvard biochemistry grad who has interviewed hundreds of scientists) or him (a neuroscience PhD) don't understand the "relevant biology." If we can't figure it out, then it's no wonder science can't win the public over. Science needs to figure out and present a coherent worldview in order to effectively win people over. The #MarchForScience is a nice show of support...but which science are these people in favor of? Is it rationalism or intuitionism? Is it the multi-level selection of David Sloan Wilson, Jon Haidt and Joe Henrich or the gene-centric model of Dawkins and Harris? And, more basically, what is science anyway? Because it's clear that Spiros, Jon Haidt and me are operating on a very different understanding of what science is than Sam Harris is. Sam Harris has painted a picture of religious people with statistics that is actually a terrible model of who they actually are. I'm an apatheist. I don't really care about God. I don't go to Church or Mosque. I care about practically improving people's lives using whatever tools are available. And that's why I'd moved on from Sam Harris and was focused on making Smart Go Pop but then Brentwood Boy got so emotional about the whole thing that he couldn't help saying Candyman five times. As Cate Fogarty points out in this article, I was just doing exactly what Joe Rogan did with Carlos Mencia. I was calling out someone who was hurting the community. Why does Joe defend Sam? Because Joe has feeeeeeeeeelings about Sam that cause him to value defending his friend over examining the evidence impartially. Sam Harris is Joe Rogan's sacred cow. And that's okay. That's the way humans work. All of us. You, me, New Atheists and old school Arabs. And if we want to have a better world, then we all have to stop pretending like we have it all figured out and start reflecting on the problems in our own culture and do the difficult work of self-reflection and calling out the Fundamentalists who have wrapped themselves in the flag of our cherished causes. As I've covered in earlier episodes, the challenge for people is to spot who is and who is not a Fundamentalist and to see who preaches our values but doesn't actually practice them. Joe Rogan's defense of Sam Harris will reveal before this community just how hard this is. Thank you, Sam Harris! You're the best. You beautifully proved my point and have created the social drama that will drive attention to the science. Don't believe me. Decide for yourself. That's what science is about. It's not about authority or Harvard or PhDs. It's about forming better Theories of Everything by breaking your old theories to make room for better and better ones. People do that all the time with TV shows. Look at Game of Thrones. People had theories about whether Jon Snow was dead. Then, they were confronted with the evidence of the next season. Many theories died and people moved on. You can't break your old theories unless you're exposed to the evidence and you can't be exposed to the evidence if the people who are the public faces of science don't tell you about it. That's why Mixed Mental Arts has branded an alternative to The Four Horsemen. We call it The Holy Trinity of Cultural Evolution. They present newer and much more powerful Theories of Everything. WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO BELIEVE US. That's not what science is about. It's not about human authority. It's about the evidence. So, examine it and draw your own conclusions and then let's hash them out and see if we can all evolve better Theories of Everything together. The internet is our intellectual thunderdome. Sam Harris just dragged his public persona into the arena when he said I was wrong about the "relevant biology." May the best ideas win. Two ideas enter. One idea leaves. Idea dying time is here. In other news, Spiros is now going to be taking any and all questions and answering them for you through Mixed Mental Arts. Send questions to @quantum_spiros! Also send him requests for more 80's cartoon theme songs in Greek. Love to all humanity - Toto
Guy Branum  

Guy Branum stops by the show to talk about Talk Show the Game Show, prune festivals, coming out, Feud, Berkeley, his favorite cracker, gay men being obsessed with the structure of social interactions, small talk, leaving Chelsea Lately, his relationship with Chelsea and behind-the-scenes stories, his conflict with Joe Rogan, why dating apps aren't in rom coms, G4 and so much more. We also took your questions over Twitter and did a round of Just Me Or Everyone.

 

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Bert Kreischer talks "The Machine" story, with Mickey Gall in studio  

Comedian Bert Kreischer tells hosts Jayson Thibault and Sam Tripoli about the early days of "The Machine" story, and how it blew up on The Joe Rogan Experience. Mickey Gall was also in studio. To listen to the full episode visit http://www.patreon.com/punchdrunksports.

Bryan Callen ponders fighting Joe Rogan and sweet talks Fight Nanny  

Asked how he and Brendan Schaub would perform in a fight versus Joe Rogan and Tait Fletcher, Bryan Callen had a definitive answer. Visit http://www.patreon.com/punchdrunksports to listen to the rest of this podcast, and many other Punch Drunk Sports Secret Patreon Podcasts, recorded weekly at The Comedy Store with hosts Jayson Thibault, The Fight Nanny and Sam Tripoli.

Episode 20 - Taakeprat i isolasjonstanken  

Isolasjonstanker eller flytetanker har fått en renessanse i den senere tid, etter lenge å ha vært et nisjefenomen for spesielt interesserte. I løpet av de siste årene har det blitt stadig flere flytesentere, først i USA, så i Europa og nå omsider også her i Norge. Dette skyldes i stor grad Joe Rogans entusiasme for denne moderne meditasjonsteknikken som til stadighet kommer til uttrykk i hans podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, som er en av verdens mest populære. Etter å ha testet isolasjonstanker et par ganger på et lite flytesenter "Floating Oslo" i Uranienborgveien ble jeg nysgjerrig på hva som drev en skotte og en svenske til å åpne et flytesenter i Norge, jeg tok derfor kontakt med daglig leder Carl Christie for å høre om vi kunne ta en prat om hva som førte han til Oslo, og om hvorfor han hadde bestemt seg for å satse på isolasjonstanker. Floating Oslo finner du her - http://floatingoslo.no https://taakeprat.com

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#472 - Joe Rogan  

Joe Rogan, comedian and host of the "Joe Rogan Experience" podcast, joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt live in studio.

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How To Rewire Your Brain For Better Sleep, Reset Your Brain's Tolerance To Marijuana & Alcohol, Fly Spaceships With Your Mind & Much More.  

https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/andrewhill Six months ago, I visited the Peak Brain Institute in Los Angeles, California for a special type of advanced brain scan and brain mapping system called a quantified electroencephalography, or “QEEG”… …and I was shocked at what they discovered in my brain. Dr. Andrew Hill, who oversaw the test and who you may remember from my podcasts “Can Weed Really Shrink Your Brain” and “The Little Known Truth About Smart Drugs And Nootropics” (and who you also may have seen on The Joe Rogan Experience, the Smart Drug Smarts show and beyond) discovered some pretty severe patterns of excess stressful beta waves, excess theta waves, and excess delta waves in my brain. What's that mean? Basically, this suggests that I have had some history of concussions and traumatic brain injury (which I indeed have had, in everything from football to mountain biking to kickboxing), as well as built-up deficits of attention, increased distractibility, limited sleep potential and less-than-optimal cognitive performance from life, travel, toxins, head injuries and beyond. Dr. Hill actually explored much of this in a follow-up article he wrote after my scan, entitled "How To Increase Your IQ, Decrease Your Distractibility, Create Better Sleep, Enhance Cognitive Performance & Maximize Your Ability To Enter The Zone." After that initial scan, I hopped on a plane to LA, and went back to the Peak Brain Institute for three days of intensive training to fix my brain, and then I returned from LA with a tiny suitcase full of every piece of neurofeedback technology necessary to transform and rewire my brain. In today's episode with Dr. Andrew Hill, who is one the leading neurofeedback practitioners and peak brain performance coaches in the country, a UCLA trained cognitive neuroscientist, lecturer, entrepreneur, avid biohacker, and host of the soon-to-be released podcast – Head First With Dr. Hill (stay tuned as one of the first episodes is with yours truly)… ….you're going to discover exactly what happened to my brain over my 4 months of over 60 sessions of neurofeedback training, how this method of brain fixing blows any other form of electrical brain stimulation out of the water, and how I felt while going through what is essentially like “meditation on steroids”. During our discussion, you'll discover: -What Andrew discovered on my initial brain scan...[9:25] -How I was able to engage in neurofeedback while simultaneously watching Shark Tank...[14:10] -The difference between a "one channel" design and "two channel" design when it comes to how much you're asking of your brain...[25:50] -How you can be "doing other things", like typing, and still also at the same time doing neurofeedback and training your brain...[31:00] -One of Andrew's favorite "kitchen sink" neurofeedback protocols for sleeping like a baby, improving mood, and increasing focus...[33:00] -How to use neurofeedback to reset alcohol and marijuana tolerance with just one single session...[42:20] -The shocking results of the second scan that Andrew and I did...[50:15] -And much more! Resources from this episode: -The Peak Brain Institute -How To Increase Your IQ, Decrease Your Distractibility, Create Better Sleep, Enhance Cognitive Performance & Maximize Your Ability To Enter The Zone. -Can Weed Really Shrink Your Brain? -My pre-brain scan -My post-brain scan Do you have questions, thoughts or feedback for Dr. Andrew Hill or me? Leave your comments at BenGreenfieldFitness.com and one of us will reply!

Jean Jacques Machado  

Jean Jacques Machado is a 7th degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Master. He has done everything in the sport and is recognized as one of the best instructors in the world. He's a former ADCC champion among other accolades and is the instructor of many famous Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioners from Joe Rogan and Eddie Bravo to Chuck Norris. He's a great guy to be around and it was an absolute honor and privilege to conduct this interview.  Be sure to show some love to Azoth for sponsoring todays show. Azoth is an awesome nootropic supplement. http://seekingazoth.com promocode CRONIN for 15% off at checkout.  If you are planning to shop on Amazon use http://amazon.clintcronin.com . This won't cost you anything extra and Amazon will kick back a percentage of the purchase back to the show to help with production and hosting costs. Win Win ! 

ANDY ZAREMBA - VANCOUVER REAL  

Andy Zaremba and his brother, Mike, are the founders and hosts of Vancouver Real.Watch this Full Episode for FREE: https://londonreal.tv/andy-zaremba-vancouver-real/Chapters:00:00 Trailer02:02 Brian’s thoughts on the episode.05:52 Brian’s introduction.06:32 Evolution of London Real tribe.09:51 Andy and Mike Zaremba building Vancouver Real.16:49 I “GET TO DO THIS”18:46 A phone is all you need.22:59 Work ethic and idea of continuous improvement learned early on.27:48 Alpha male with a fear he overcomes.34:06 Andy’s alpha male story from football to law enforcement.46:00 Floating a new venture.51:13 The floating experience.58:31 Health benefit of floatation.1:03:17 Donald Trump and is the main stream media not serving people?1:05:36 Our own internal transformation as exemplified by Dorian Yates.1:13:09 Life goal empowerment through London Real and Vancouver Real.1:17:04 Brian’s Rogan experience similar to Andy and Mike’s Brian Rose experience.1:26:46 What stops people from making improvements in their lives.1:31:51 Look at the long game, not for instant gratification.1:34:51 The guests who influence.1:35:52 When guest experts in similar fields hold contradictory views, how Brian reconciles that.1:42:30 Dream guests for Vancouver Real and going out to get them.1:52:26 Success secrets.1:52:52 Phone call to the 20 year old Andy Zaremba.1:54:33 Best advice ever received.1:54:33 Advice to the 20 year old listening who wants to start their own Real.1:58:22 Brian’s summing up.FULL SHOW NOTES: https://londonreal.tv/andy-zaremba-vancouver-real/MUSIC:2Pas0s - Vertov (Album: Hypnosis)

Painkiller Already #325  

This week on PKA, comedian and TV host, John Henson, joins the guys and he tells some AWESOME stories! The guys also talk about some amazing vacations, the recent naked marines leak and how Joe Rogan inspires people.

Painkiller Already #325  

This week on PKA, comedian and TV host, John Henson, joins the guys and he tells some AWESOME stories! The guys also talk about some amazing vacations, the recent naked marines leak and how Joe Rogan inspires people.

#463 - Brian Redban  

Brian Redban, Comedian and podcaster heard on "The Joe Rogan Experience" and "Kill Tony" podcasts, joins Joey Diaz and Lee Syatt live in studio.

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Ask Me Anything #1  

You've been sending in emails, DMs and tweets so it seemed timely to answer all your questions in one go in a special 'Ask Me Anything' episode. Listen to the show for full details, but below is where you can find the links to anything mentioned in the episode. EG xx

Question 1. How to break into beauty writing? 

Blog sites to look at include Tumblr, Wordpress, Wix and Squarespace. This website is built using Squarespace and I found it pretty painless to create the site and get it to do the things I needed it too. Listen to Sali here Sali Hughes Part 1

Question 2. How to deal with Hair loss...

Speak to you GP, ask for a referral to a specialist or seek out a trichologist. Use the Institute of Trichologists as a reference. Philip Kingsley's London salon has three certified trichologists on staff and you can find their salon details here. Lucinda Ellery specialises in hair loss management and hair replacement solutions. 

question 3. What are my favourite beauty products, and why?

Explained in full in the show, but here are the links...

Origins GinZing SPF 15 Energy Boosting Moisturiser, £29. A'kin Rose & Geranium Creamy Cleanser, £19, and Pixi + Caroline Hirons Double Cleanse, £24.The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5, £5.90.Real Techniques Multi Tech Brushes, from £10.Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Foundation, £37, Chanel La Teint Ultra Tenue Ultrawear Flawless Foundation, £37, Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation, £7.99 and L'Oreal True Match Foundation, £9.99.Victoria Beckham Estee Lauder Lipstick in Nude Spice, £35 and Victoria Beckham Estee Lauder Bronzer in Saffron Gold, £48.QUestion 4. returning guests/guests requests.

Answered in the show. I'm working on it...

question 5. who are my dream guests, and why?

Answered in the show but here are the links mentioned...

RuPaul. What's the Tee with RuPaul and Michelle Visage.  Joe Rogan and Henry Rollins talking about Ru on the Joe Rogan Experience.
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