posted on Dec, 28 2017 @ 06:02 AM
a reply to: chelsdh
I think the thing that people tend to dislike about Joe Rogan, is that he expects people listening to, or watching his podcast to approach it in a
non-partisan fashion, aware that they will not always find a home in his every utterance, but that there may be a value in watching nonetheless.
That has very much been my experience of his podcasts. I like the fact that some weeks he has mostly comedy chums from the circuit he operates on,
and other weeks he will have scientists from various fields, philosophers, sports persons, musicians and so on... Its probably one of the broadest,
most diverse guest lists of any podcast in the world. Many podcasts have super specific focus, concentrating their guest draw down and their content
on very limited, narrow fields. Rogan's interests however, are so broad that this format would never have worked for him, something that most people
approaching the cast for the first time, would not necessarily be aware of!