Avid Marijuana Advocate Joe Rogan Demands Scientists to Make Alcohol “That Doesn’t Kill You” in a Bizarre Rant

Published 01/31/2024, 9:21 AM EST

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Joe Rogan and his podcast can sometimes be nothing but some buddies hanging out. And that’s exactly what happened for the Joe Rogan Experience’s #2093 episode. Title the ‘Sober October Crew’, Rogan was sitting with his comic friends Tom Segura, Bert Kreischer, and Ari Shaffir.

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To explain the name, Rogan and his crew are known for abstaining from alcohol throughout October, to maintain their health. The crew is rather enthusiastic about drinking but they realize the risks of it and hence the rather interesting attempt that became a tradition. However, the MMA pundit sure looks like he misses drinking around the time, though. This led to him making a unique request to the so-called science “wizards” of the world.

Joe Rogan-what doesn’t kill you, make you more drunk?

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The conversation came to this when they were talking about this abstinence of theirs when Kreischer narrated his tale of drinking on planes and how he stopped it thanks to Rogan and the gang’s influence on him during the month. This, however, also led Rogan to ask, “Why can’t scientists just make a booze that doesn’t kill you?” 

He further added, “Can’t you f*cking wizards out there make a booze that doesn’t kill you? There’s gotta be a way. If you can make synthetic mar**uana and turn it into pills, there’s gotta be a way to take whatever the f*ck it is that alc*hol does good. That gives you that fun, carefree, smile, the buzz.”

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While this was all in jest, the crew does realize the negative impacts of alc*hol. Sober October started for Joe Rogan and friends in 2017. The annual month of observance not only bans alc*hol and drugs, but it’s also a time when everybody tries and participates in activities that boost their health instead of the other way around. Like going for physical training and exercise.

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This has reportedly helped many fans to quit drinking and also observe either a month of sobriety or even longer. Clearly, what started out as a yearly challenge has become more. Kreischer even recalled quitting drinking for his friends and the rest of them spoke about how he lost weight and became rather healthy for a while. Now, Joe Rogan just wants a spirit that doesn’t break the body’s spirit. Is he wrong in asking so?

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Prit Chauhan

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I'm Prit Chauhan, and I'm a UFC writer at EssentiallySports. I've been in the writing business for three years, covering areas like mass media marketing, and even tried my hand at fiction. My experience includes research work at the University of California, Berkeley, which helps me spin fact-based stories about the world of Mixed Martial Arts effortlessly.
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