“People Don’t Want to Think for Themselves Anymore”: Aaron Rodgers Recently Explored With Joe Rogan, How Conditioning Is Slowly Getting to All Parts of the Society

Published 10/23/2022, 10:00 AM EDT

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Aaron Rodgers is undoubtedly one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL for more than a decade. Apart from that, he is also one of the wisest human beings. Often he shares his thoughts on other things aside from football. Recently, he talked to UFC commentator and journalist Joe Rogan about the norms of society and how people are conditioning themselves to do what others tell them to do.

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In that podcast interview with Rogan, the Packers quarterback also talked about the downside of student loan and how it is hampering today’s generation.

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Aaron Rodgers and Joe Rogan talk about the norms of society

While talking about society’s norms, A-Rod and Rogan had a slightly different opinion, as the NFL star said, “You said people are conditioned to think, I think people are conditioned not to think anymore. They are conditioned to do exactly what they are told by their new station by their politician. People don’t want to think for themselves anymore.

Then Rogan expressed his views regarding the work life of individuals, as those people have certain conditions where they have to follow their bosses and other peers. He thinks people with their own businesses and own jobs have the biggest freedom in this society and most others don’t have this freedom. Rodgers then discussed student loans, which are difficult to pay off. He also informed, “Every other loan, you can bankrupt, except for student loans.” 

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Rodgers and the Packers need a win this Sunday against the Commanders

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Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are enduring a mixed season so far, as they won three games and lost three games as well. Despite that record, they are sitting second on the table behind the Vikings in the NFC North division.

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So far, the QB is also having a decent season; in 6 games, he threw 1403 yards for 9 touchdowns. On Sunday, they will face the Commanders, who are currently going through their own problem regarding their owner, Dan Snyder. Although the Commanders have a poor record this season, they will pose a solid threat to Green Bay.

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Last Sunday, the Packers suffered a shocking loss against the Jets. Safe to say they will be looking to get back to winning ways against the Commanders this Sunday.

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Debkinkar Maity is a Tennis & NFL Author at EssentiallySports. His desire to become a sports journalist inspired him to take up a degree in journalism and mass communication, and he hasn't looked back ever since. Following the sport for over a decade now, Debkinkar has an ardent love for Roger Federer.
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