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Noted in Passing: Joe Rogan Gives the Lie to CNN Slave

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  • Mike Austin October 14, 2021, 12:06 PM

    Asking the media why they lie is like asking a fish why it swims. Swimming is what fish do; lying is what the media do. They have no other purpose. Without The Lie they would cease to exist.

    A man who consumes the media is like a man who drinks sewage. If offered a glass of pure spring water that man would spit it out of his mouth. He would accuse you of poisoning him.

    Think what you want of Caligula, but he had some great one-liners—even while being stabbed to death. To paraphrase that homicidal maniac, “Oh that the media had but one neck, that I might slit it.”

  • Dirk October 14, 2021, 12:15 PM

    Asking media? Like pissing in the wind.

    Three weeks ago, purchased a bottle for 105.00 at the vet supply store. Instructions, “over the phone” ,were 2cc for every 155 pounds. Was a bottled fluid. Gave me droppers with the purchase. The directions are on the box for future reference. “ Have not used it”. Rainy day stuff.

    Who’s Rogan, roddy piper sounds familiar, not sure why. Only read Pete on WRSA, when I’m not screaming at him.

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    • Lance de Boyle October 15, 2021, 4:55 AM

      Yo, Dirk,
      To be clear…
      You got a bottle of the liquid vet ivermectin (the ivermectin is the liquid here, not the vet). The one that you suck into a syringe and squirt into a glass of water?
      I can’t get any vets or physicians to say if it’s safe for humans. I don’t know why it wouldn’t be. I doubt that it’s loaded with bad stuff or is impure.

      Just wondering if you know more about that issue that I—who know nothing.
      Though Ann Barnhardt seems to assume that the vet stuff is what you’d get.

      Thanks.

      • Dirk October 15, 2021, 6:37 AM

        Lance, good morning, friends of ours, “ Glen Beck” researchers purchased a bottle, maybe a month before me. Suggest it’s something I should have on the shelf. What I can say, is what the vet on the phone instructed me to do.

        This was a curious purchase, very cryptic. Enter the vet, got shuffled to the big animal supply side. Asked for the stuff, and the clerk behind the counter pulled out her phone, and made a call.

        While I don’t know for sure exactly I was speaking with, I’m fairly certain it was one of the vets. A series of questions was asked. I had to tell her my name, she said Hi Dirk, “my anti govt positions known around here” felt like we’ve met.

        I got the above instructions from the “ vet” ? Of two cc per a body weight of 155 lb, to be taken in a glass of water or juice. Gave me a couple tools th measure the 2cc, paid my 105.00 and was sent out the back door.

        I’d read you what the bottle says but I’ve moved the meds into one of my off site hideyholes already. She did ask if I had any needles, and not to use them. I do have needles for testosterone injectors biweekly. Tend to use the same 22 for a month. Have hundreds.

        Based on her instructions, I’d have to say, people are using it with success. We’ve had other PHD friends down in Santa Rosa ask us to get more, down their they can’t access it, apparently.

        Told em next time their here, I’ll make the intro. Here in,Oregon Herion, meth cocaine everything else is now leagal, hate to go down for being a horse drug dealer! Haha.

        Honestly I’ve not done any more research then this. Lance if you have further question, I’ll get answers for you.

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        • ghostsniper October 15, 2021, 7:20 AM

          I bought 30 tubes of the horse paste on amazon last June ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00S8LL17E/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) when it was reasonably priced at $26 for 3 tubes. Now it’s priced in the stratos.

          Took the first batch on the 1st of Oct. Squirted about 250ml onto a plastic spoon, then upside down swiped the spoon across the back of my tongue. It is a light yellow transparent gel like material. Smelled slightly like apple. It didn’t taste like apple. Even though it was on the back of my tongue I could still taste it and it was terrible. Very chemical-industrial like flavor. So I quickly swallowed it then chased it with about 8oz of apple cider. The taste persisted in my mouth for maybe 15 mins.

          Did a 2nd load 3 days later, same as before. Will do the 3rd hit on the 18th, then on the 1st of the month from here on out.

          I went the paste route cause I didn’t wanna get involved with syringes and needles and shit.

          • Dirk October 15, 2021, 8:32 AM

            Ghost, interesting. Regarding needles, only used for measurement. We Have Not taken any. I thought 105.00 was reasonable. Not the needle, the barrel. Truth be told, had they handed me paste i would have purchased paste pills etc etc.

            We attended the next county overs fair two months ago. We both got really sick, 100s did. Long story short, I could taste, could smell, didn’t have a fever, down hard for five days, weakness for ten days.

            We assume we got the China bug we’ll never know. Not interested in becoming a medical statistic, and think the self tests over the counter are a joke.

            End of the day, IF we had it,we dealt with it, if not, should we get it,we’ll address the issue at that time. The meds purchased are supposed to reduce the severity and duration. At this point who knows around here.

            I can share this,,,,,,, here in Southern Oregon literally nobodies wearing masks. People are tired of Govt, overreach, this seems like the area’s fuck you,,,,,govt stance.

            Ghost,wouldyou mind sharing thoughts after the 18th. Very interesting. You sir are a very interesting man.

            Dirk

            • Lance de Boyle October 15, 2021, 5:19 PM

              Thanks, Ghost and Dirk!

              So, it looks like the vet version is okay. If I learn anything about it, I’ll let you know.

              I think the question a cautious vet might answer is NOT about ivermectin, but, “Hey, Vet! What’s the story with meds that both dogs and humans take? Like penicillin or a steroid. Is the doggy stuff full of dog-only chemicals? Just askin.”

  • ghostsniper October 14, 2021, 1:07 PM

    This Gupta guy looks like someone you can have a conversation with, if you know how to “lead” the conversation. Rogan is a poor conversationalist. His confrontation tactic is course and off putting. Notice Gupta’s body language, he has his arms crossed. That is Gupta’s internal defense mechanism coming into play, as a wall to hold Rogan back.

    Rogan knew in advance that he was going to put Gupta’s thumb in the door jamb and if he was more experienced in tact he could have invoked him to say what he wanted, willingly. But Rogan came at Gupta as a bare knuckled big mouth brawler and of course Gupta instantly reacted defensively.

    When I meet with important people I always lead the conversation and steer it in the direction I want it to go. Depending on the other person’s personality, there are many ways to manipulate a conversation so that the other guy willingly gives the information or answers you are wanting.

    As Rogans conversation went he gave Gupta the tools he needed to avoid confrontation. The only exception was when Gupta said “I was wrong.”. It could have been so much more. It could have been set up to where Gupta walked into his media job the next day and quit, and then perhaps become an advocate for the other team, team patriot. It was the perfect scenario for Rogan to expose the hole in Gupta’s morality letting light shine in and burn his soul. Another missed opportunity. Anyway, Rogan’s a sellout and I trust nothing out of his mouth.

    • notquiteunBuckley October 14, 2021, 3:25 PM

      Hypothetically if Rogan were an 80% friend, I understand perfectly well that’s not proven, but again hyypothetically, would you in any way not denigrate him by saying you don’t trust him?

      The Commies have brought together (yes, via evil hatred) a coelition immensely powerful. You seem to feel you don’t care about anything but how proud you are of yourself, the rest of the country and world be damned.

      If I ever turn evil, I’ll thank God my opponents think as small as you do.

    • Steve in PA (retired/recovering lawyer) October 15, 2021, 4:39 AM

      I am not a Rogan fan. In fact, I actively dislike him, for all the reasons you state in your criticism as well as his snarky rejection of Christianity. After all, he is a former MMA brawler (he says, I don’t really know) and portrays as a “tough guy intellectual,” sort of like Mailer without the brains and a lot more brawn. However, I do not think Gupta could have been drawn into admitting anything more than he owned up to. After all, he is used to lying and getting away with it. Trust me, I cross-examined a LOT of “expert witnesses” in my day, and most of them could not be “persuaded” to back down from their written opinions as given in direct exam. Therefore, the purpose of cross-examination was usually not to have them suddenly recant and declare that they were wrong and apologize a la Perry Mason. Rather, it was to pose questions that literally contained the answers you wanted the jury to hear; to plant information in the minds of the jurors that contradicted the testimony they just heard. (It really is kind of an art to determine early on whether you can “turn” an expert or not; if not, then the cross-examination is simply an opportunity to testify in the questioning process.) Of course, this is usually the precursor to the testimony you expect to provide from your own expert during the defense case. Rogan didn’t have his own expert, so I think what he did was pretty effective, considering that people who accept Gupta as a qualified proponent of competent medical opinion can probably not be dissuaded from the opinions they hold no matter what countervailing facts are presented.

      • Mike Austin October 15, 2021, 7:03 AM

        I had heard of this Rogan guy but had paid no attention to him. Why should I have? Sure he has a podcast, but these days who does not?

        And now you tell me that: 1. He laughs at Christianity; and 2. He is a Mailer wannabe.

        Ok then. That settles it. I can’t stand him.

        Tough-guy Rogan can laugh at Christianity all he wants. One day his laughter will cease. And one Mailer per society is quite enough, thank you very much. Mailer has joined the naked and the dead. Some day Rogan will too.

        • kyo ritendo October 15, 2021, 9:38 AM

          rogan is laughing at the pretend christians — like you — not christianity.

    • kyo ritendo October 15, 2021, 9:37 AM

      you sound like a moron. change your nick to goatfukker, it’s a better fit.

      • Vanderleun October 15, 2021, 10:13 AM

        kyo, you strange persona. Did you come here randomly or have you been here before under another name?

      • Mike Austin October 15, 2021, 10:14 AM

        You sound like a middle school boy: Dirty mouth. Ignorant of capitalization. Poor grammar. Indifferent spelling. Pretending to know things he doesn’t know.

        Or perhaps you were just drunk.

      • ghostsniper October 15, 2021, 11:16 AM

        still addicted to being a gang ass rape victim?

    • james wilson October 17, 2021, 1:40 PM

      I’ve watched several Rogan podcast on subjects and people that interest me. Most don’t. Rogan is a top shelf interviewer. Interviewing is a distinct skill, one which few people even of great distinction have. He is also an airhead. One has nothing to do with the other, surprisingly. His interview with Gupta was taken with other goals in mind, and although he is on the right side of it that is not his forte.
      Rogan is a mindless leftie as opposed to one who knows exactly what he is in it for. He is slowly being driven out of that plantation by cancel culture. First he left his platform for another where he could not be censored. Then the new platform’s worker bees demanded he be censored, which he refused to do. Rogan is bringing a fair number of normies over the divide, so there’s that. That he is not necessarily one of them is glass half full. He’s not a sleeper agent gatekeeper like Shapiro, slyly working against my interest.

  • notquiteunBuckley October 14, 2021, 3:18 PM

    I remember thinking, in horrible ignorance, how Andrew Breitbart should just let the host finish his thoughts instead of constantly, and very persistantly, interrupting.

    I’ve learned since that the longer and more you let lies go, why then by Satan they just fester more lies, until addressing the first lie is unimportant even if possible, which often it unbecomes.

    So believing that it is acceptable (or even decent) to wait your turn to correct a lie is a lie to oneself, namely that you will again have opportunity to correct the lie.

  • notquiteunBuckley October 14, 2021, 3:35 PM

    Lastly, isn’t americandigest in fact a safe space that certain ephemeral snipers we surely know ridicule?

    Not a safe space to me, Gerard has made that clear.

    But to certain people who leave comments the term seems to apply quite perfectly. Doesn’t mean much if it does.

    But those with so much success that they have no need for any further income should recognize when they

  • notquiteunBuckley October 14, 2021, 3:39 PM

    Lastly, isn’t americandigest in fact a safe space for certain ephemeral snipers we surely know ridicule others for considering the utility of that term?

    Not a safe space to me, Gerard has made that clear, is why I ask.

    But to certain people who leave comments the term seems to apply quite perfectly. Doesn’t mean much if it does. Just one more little minute observation, totally and completly unworthy of a response.

    But those with so much success that they have no need for any further income should recognize when their need for a safe space prevents them from what they ostensibly comment about: affecting society at large.

  • Mike Austin October 14, 2021, 3:44 PM

    Dear “notquiteunBuckley”:

    Study grammar. Review logic. Write concisely and coherently. Strive for clarity. Arrange your thoughts before you put cyber pen to cyber paper.

    As it stands, I have not the slightest idea of what you are saying.

    • ghostsniper October 14, 2021, 5:11 PM

      I seem to attract a special kind of trolls that enjoy publicly pissing all over themselves.

      • Mike Austin October 14, 2021, 5:34 PM

        All my life I have attracted drunks and dogs. I like dogs better.

        • Jewel October 14, 2021, 7:11 PM

          Sigh. I seem only capable of attracting histrionic lesbians who demand I be attracted to them. And foul smelling Amish school bus drivers whose parents are first cousins…oh. And people at the grocery store who think I work there. I have permanent Resting Customer Service Face. Too many years in bakeries.

          • Casey Klahn October 14, 2021, 10:43 PM

            Jewel, that’s funny.

          • Dirk October 15, 2021, 6:47 AM

            Jewel, awesome! “as I eat a Costco Apple Strudel” . Breakfast of champions.

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  • Donald Sensing October 14, 2021, 6:58 PM

    OK, this is not about the post, but about the sidebar meme that says at the top, “Daddy, what did YOU do when the state took all our freedoms away?” I wrote 18 years ago:

    I predict that the Bush administration will be seen by freedom-wishing Americans a generation or two hence as the hinge on the cell door locking up our freedom. When my children are my age, they will not be free in any recognizably traditional American meaning of the word. I’d tell them to emigrate, but there’s nowhere left to go. I am left with nauseating near-conviction that I am a member of the last generation in the history of the world that is minimally truly free.

    I hate that I was so prescient. It is my curse. When I wrote that in 2003, I was 48. My eldest is now 35 and he and his siblings are already there.

    • ghostsniper October 15, 2021, 4:56 AM

      Hey, we’re the same age. 1955?
      I never voted for anybody, but I did have hope for Bush II, but I quickly changed when I realized he was not going to put any effort into the criminals that previously soiled the oval rug. Then, he himself set about soiling that rug even further, with american blood and money. Seems all politicians are the same, they start out OK then the system coerces them into the criminals they really are.

  • Mike Austin October 14, 2021, 7:23 PM

    “I hate that I was so prescient. It is my curse.” Then should I call you Cassandra? You were not the only one:

    http://mikeaustin.org/thereturnofscipio/2009/01/13/a-legacy-of-nothing/

    I voted for Bush twice. Should I: 1. Not have voted; or, 2. voted for the other guy?

    The fact that I despise him today has no relevance to what I thought of him 21 years ago.

    In a perfect world, creatures like Bush and his family would not exist.

    We are indeed far less free than we were in 2000. (What could America expect after spitting in the face of Christ for 5o years?) But that does not at all mean that we will stay that way. “Somethings happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear.”

    Perhaps this near-dystopic present is a necessary condition for a return to Liberty in the same way that a terrible medicine is necessary to heal a man. Of course, that medicine might kill him as well.

  • Casey Klahn October 14, 2021, 11:00 PM

    Let’s talk about the lying newsman. His office is ensconced in the constitution: freedom of the press. I’d rather have extreme bias in the press, than mouthpieces of the state.
    I have this vision of talking to a reporter, who tells such a lie as this guy does to Joe Rogan. Now, the press are free to say any shit they like, and that’s fine with me. But, what, then, is my redress? Cracks his knuckles. Wears his war face…

    segue

    Today I went to the grocery store (Washington State) where they still have human cashiers, and paper grocery bags. I am fed-up with the one that has only plastic bags, and now the state has outlawed shopping bags given by the store, You know: customer service. You sell a product, and you want the customer to get out of the store happy and served. You give him a bag. That is well over a hundred years’ tradition: your customer is a valued and essential cog in the wheel of your business. What has the state got to do with your commerce? Well, citizen! It turns out the state has plenty to say! You are ruining the goddamned planer earth with your shopping bags!

    Ok, fine. Let’s allow your OCD idea, just for argument’s sake. Didn’t we just endure a pandemic lockdown, in which cloth reusable bags were deemed: filthy? Now, magically and overnight, the mutha fuggin hippy bags are clean. Sha-zam! At WalMart, they now want cloth hippy bags (filthy) and if you want a reusable plastic bag (filthy) you can purchase one. What you cannot have is: a grocery bag. A clean, disposable mother fucking goddamned grocery bag. To get your FOOD home clean.

    So, I went to the better store; a bit more expensive, but they still have cashiers and they still have (thank the Lord and loggers) paper grocery bags. I got done checking out, and the cashier then had to count the paper bags, and charge me for them!!!! I could tell he was not a true believer, and so I asked him what the state’s reasoning was to charge for paper bags. he said, sarcastically: to save the EARTH.

    Soveiet thinking at it’s finest.

    The reason the media hates the good drugs is that they also hate Trump, and they surely hate you. Learn it. Live it. Love it.

    • Annie Rose October 15, 2021, 6:38 AM

      My husband and I grabbed a bite yesterday at a national chain and he tried to pay in cash. Oh the horror-paying with actual, real currency! They owed him some singles and 54 cents in change, but informed him that they had no change. They expected him just to accept that and take the loss. My husband suggested that they eat the loss by giving us a single. The young dunderhead manager was just as bad. He said their bank won’t give them change for the business and we should have seen their written notice that they might not have change. I get it that banks are in on the fix, but somehow other businesses are getting wrapped coins to make change. So we paid with plastic and told them that they just lost two customers. We should have just asked for our money back and left them with the food to throw out, but that’s not who we are. Customers like us kept them afloat during the pandemic, with our dictator Governor and his attempts to destroy businesses, and now they want to go along with forcing all of us to use digital currency. I told them to think of us when their doors permanently close from a lack of customers. They can go under and good riddance.

      • Casey Klahn October 15, 2021, 12:02 PM

        Like me, you are tired of the constant pushing down. If there was any daylight between corporate America and the government, perhaps things would get better.

    • jwm October 15, 2021, 8:37 PM

      Casey:
      On the bag thing. They ran that scam here in CA a few years back. The plastic bag ban was a proposition on a November ballot. Now, as long as I can remember, stuff that gets voted on in November gets enacted Jan 1 the following year.
      Not only did the voters overwhelmingly approve this proposition, the grocery stores were, every single one of them, ready the day after the election with the new ten-cent heavy plastic bags, all printed up with the logos and everything. It was almost as if they knew beforehand…

      The recreational cannabis law is a similar case, but I’m not going to go into it.

      JWM

  • Dirk October 15, 2021, 6:44 AM

    Ok, I figured out who Rogan is, did a quick research of him after I ask who. We don’t follow him any of em, fucking blow hards.

    Pipper, I remember him. My days at the Sacramento Memorial Gardens, for the fake fights with my friends parents were a blast. My favorite, “ The Death Cage”, “two go in, one come out! This was the late 60s, Mr Sieto, and Peter Mavia! Spelled wrong of course, where my guys!

    Great fun.

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  • Mill Tone October 15, 2021, 7:56 AM

    “Does it bother you…”

    closest thing to an answer…”they shouldn’t have done that”

    Let your yes be yes and your no be no. Anything else if from the Evil One.

    Although the guest was cordial, friendly and smiling, it seems to me he is just another snake in the grass. Just a shitbird tyrant. It should be getting clearer how shitbird tyrants ought to be treated.

    Mill Tone

  • notquiteunBuckley October 15, 2021, 8:21 PM

    Thanks for being you. I had to support Jeff Goldstein at Proteinwisdom.com for years. Because I had a brain with a conscience.

    Way less crazy than D. Frisch comments here, so the joke is “what are you doing so wrong you get no flack (honey)..

    D. Frisch is rightfully in prison.

    G. van D. is rightfully respected.

    Few of your comenat

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