Similar podcast to Joe Rogan Experience?

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  1. Drain Bamage

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    Let's face it Joe is Joe and we have all learned a lot from his podcast over the years because he gets some great guests on there and the 3 hour format

    Is there anybody else with a similar show and as prolific as JRE? Need more podcast to listen to at work
     
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    WTF? How much free time do you have at work if JRE isn't enough for ya?

    If there isn't a new JRE, just go through his past ones.
     
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    He's definitely the gold standard.

    What are some of your other interests?
     
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    Bill Burr is still solid. Joey Diaz podcast is 80% him reminiscing and 20% about the guest. Which is still awesome.
     
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    It seems like Rogan is the only podcast to cover a variety of different genres of discussion. Most other podcasts just stick to their core genre like politics, movies, sports, whatever.
     
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    The Jordan Peterson podcast will get you sorted out.
     
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    I couldn't stand the Fighter and the Kid at first but now I find them pretty entertaining. They have goid production. They have a set format and the show is pretty silly. It's a frat boy douchey style humor but when you're at work, sometimes silly immature humor is what you need to pass an hour.

    They also get pretty good guests, compared to most podcats.
     
  9. Drain Bamage

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    Just to have somebody besides Joe to listen too all the time

    Right now it's between him and Marc Maron WTF but Maron doesn't do nearly as much content
     
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    Pretty much all of Joe's toadies have long format podcasts.

    Eddie Bravo Radio
    Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
    Who Cares with Duncan Trussell
    The Church of What's Happening Now with Joey Diaz (his old one called Beauty and da Beast was better IMO but had atrocious audio).
    You Mom's House (Tom Segura)


    OP if you want to comb through the GOAT comedy podcast (IMO of course) and don't mind some mean humor, get the archive of Talking Shit with Jim Jefferies. Don't bother listening to the ones after Jim left and it was only Eddie Ifft. Start from # 1 and go until Jim leaves. It's fucking awesome.
     
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    arnt most podcast similar to his...
     
  12. Simian Raticus

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    There's a podcast called London Real that was comparable to JRE at one time.

    Long format wirh an interesting variety of guests.

    It's gone to shit as of late but if you go back a few years through the archives there were some great ones.
    Graham Hancock, Dorian Yates, Dan Hardy, Immortal Technique are a few that spring to kind.
    There's also an episode where one of the hosts (now former) recounts an ayahuasca trip a couple days after doing it, which I enjoyed a lot.
     
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    do people actually enjoy listening to Graham Hancock? He's an effing idiot.
     

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