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 Posted: Mon Apr 15th, 2019 03:44 pm
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srossi wrote: Franchise wrote: I enjoy the Joe Rogan podcast
I came here to say the same thing. 

Rogan's podcast is probably the one I listen to the most.

'Hardcore History' with Dan Carlin....Highly recommended. He only puts one out on average every six months, but in recent years each episode has been running four or five hours. Tge most recent episode is called 'Supernova In The East Part 2', which surprise, is the second episode covering Japan in the lead up and during the Asia-Pacific War (1937-1945). Dan Carlin really has a way of presenting history in an entertaining way. The highly recommend 'Prophets Of Doom' (The Anabaptist rebellion in Munster Germany in the 1500's) and the five part 'Wrath Of The Khans' (Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire)

Comedian Joey Diaz's 'The Church Of What's Happening Now'.

Comedian Dean Delray's 'Let There Be Talk'. Recommend to those who are not only fan's of 80's hard rock. but fan of music in general.

'Waking Up', now called 'Making Sense' with Sam Harris.

Last edited on Mon Apr 15th, 2019 03:46 pm by carpetbeggar