Joe Rogan hates on LA

Just saw this link over at BoingBoing with an MP3 of Joe Rogan going off about how much he links psychedelic drugs on some radio station. Burried in that rant was a total dis of our beloved:

“Los Angeles is a cancer. It fucking stinks. Why do people keep having babies here? I believe it’s our fucking purpose. Much like yeast makes bread rise or mold takes over a fucking sandwich.”

Love it or leave it Joe, love it or leave it.

5 Replies to “Joe Rogan hates on LA”

  1. By buried you mean, too deep in context for anyone to seemingly get what he’s saying? Which is: if you were in a plane and knew nothing about anything, those thoughts would come into your mind. The self similar patterns seen in a city like LA (I live here too) are very much like the patterns seen in bacterial growth.

    He’s talking about the purpose of life, not dissing on Los Angeles. According to IMDB he was born in Newark, which I’m sure wouldn’t have rankled your civic pride if it had been inserted instead of LA.

    For some reason blogs seem to be like such ‘straight’ media these days. Don’t diss rah rah, ignore pertinent points, rah rah.
    </rant>

    Sorry to come off so brusk, but the dude was on NewsRadio for chrissakes.

  2. Did you even bother to listen to the mp3?

    Rich’s comment pretty much says it all, I mean Christ you provide no fucking context to your post at all. The only reason this is here is cause LA was mentioned in a post on Boing Boing. LAZY much

  3. sar¬∑casm Audio pronunciation of “sarcasm” ( P ) Pronunciation Key (s√§rkzm)
    n.

    1. A cutting, often ironic remark intended to wound.
    2. A form of wit that is marked by the use of sarcastic language and is intended to make its victim the butt of contempt or ridicule.

  4. So… your making yourself and your site the butt of ridicule?

    Just kidding. I am so new to LA sometimes I still forget it’s the home of ‘can’t we all just get along’

    Rock on.

  5. Joe Who ?

    Who the fuck does this douchebag think he is ?? If I had a dollar for every original idea I had , I’d have $2.99.

    Which funnily enough , is the price of my best sellout new book “How to be successful and get away with it” , foreword by Bill Hicks.

    Now if only they’d let me do a Demolition Man II.

Comments are closed.