Shane Mauss | This Past Weekend w/ Theo Von #168


Shane Mauss talks with Theo Von about taking drugs and his psychotic break.

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David Lee Roth @ Joe Rogan Experience #1256


David Lee Roth is the lead singer of multi-platinum hard rock band from Southern California, Van Halen.

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Trackstar The DJ x Run The Jewels: Pistol & Fist Live Video Megamix


From 2015 to 2018, Run The jewels toured constantly all over the world, and Trackstar the DJ had the best seat in the house each time they took the stage. He filmed every show and produced this live video megamix so that all Jewel Runners could experience the jams, jokes and joy of an RTJ show from onstage. Enjoy, motherfuckers.

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6 Days to Air: The Making of South Park


The film received positive reviews. Ramsey Isler of IGN wrote that “the greatest success of this documentary is that it gives a personal look inside the bizarre professional lives of two of the entertainment industry’s most successful creatives.” Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times opined that “There are almost as many laughs in [the documentary] as there are in an actual episode of South Park.” “You have to admire the intense work ethic driving the show’s breakneck production cycle,” said Harry Sawyers of Gizmodo.

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Little Dieter Needs to Fly – Werner Herzog (1997)


Dengler was taken prisoner by the Pathet Lao, then turned over to soldiers of the Army of North Vietnam. After a period of torture and starvation chained to the bottom of a bamboo cage, Dengler escaped.

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More by Boston Dynamics…


At least… when they come to take over the world… they’ll do it with some flair… Parkour Atlas

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Desert Age – Documentary


In the early 1980’s, growing in a similar yet geographically separate way to the “grunge” movement in Seattle, was a new and lesser known genre of music known as “desert rock.” It was a catch-all style that ultimately evolved from jam-band generator parties that took place in remote desert locations outside of Palm Springs, CA. "Desert Age" traces the complete historical lineage of the people, places and bands that shaped that scene and genre to this day. The film is comprised of exclusive interviews, private

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Vinnie Paz @ Joe Rogan Experience #1174


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Adam Savage Meets Barnaby Dixon’s Puppets!


Adam Savage welcomes puppeteer and animator Barnaby Dixon to the cave! We’re big fans of Barnaby’s inventive puppet design and puppeteering style, and he shares a few of his creations and shows how he brings them to life!

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Brass Against


A couple of interesting covers: The Pot (Tool Cover) ft. Sophia Urista Nobody Speak/Bullet in the Head (Run the Jewels, DJ Shadow, Rage Against the Machine Mashup) ft. Sophia Urista Wake Up – (Rage Against the Machine Cover) ft. Sophia Urista

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Joe Rogan Experience – Elon Musk #Tesla #Rogan


Wikipedia excerpt: Elon Musk:: Elon Reeve Musk FRS (/ˈiːlɒn/; born June 28, 1971) is a business magnate, investor[7][8] and engineer.[9] He is the founder, CEO, and lead designer of SpaceX;[10] co-founder, CEO, and product architect of Tesla, Inc.;[11] co-founder and CEO of Neuralink; and co-founder of PayPal. In December 2016, he was ranked 21st on the Forbes list of The World’s Most Powerful People.[12] As of August 2018, he has a net worth of $20.2 billion and is listed by Forbes as the 46th-richest person

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Howard Bloom on the Joe Rogan Experience #1119


Wikipedia excerpt: Howard Bloom (born June 25, 1943) is an American author. He was a publicist in the 1970s and 1980s for singers and bands such as Prince,[1] Billy Joel,[2] and Styx.[3][4] In 1988 he became disabled with chronic fatigue syndrome.[5] Since then, he has published three books on human evolution and group behavior, The Genius of the Beast, Global Brain, and The Lucifer Principle. -> More here < -

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Steven Tyler on the Joe Rogan Experience #1116


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