This Joe Rogan CONTROVERSY & Backlash, Why Doctors Are Disgusted By This New Study, & More...

27 júl 2020
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Joe Calls Video Games “A Problem:”
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Medical Professionals Respond to Social Media Study:
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  • You should all stop playing video games and dedicate your lives to watching the Philip DeFranco Show on repeat. Thats the main point of the first story I think.

    Philip DeFrancoPhilip DeFranco4 mánuðum síðan
    • I get up grab the coffee and hit ISworlds for an hour. 7 years ago you were my go to but haven’t seen you really since. I got on Joe Rogan for about a year and a half before he got played out. Have you done a video on the ups and downs of your personal career? Joe is the most unprepared interviewer to be this generations “Walter Cronkite” friends we’re heading faster and faster towards Idiocracy incarnate.

      Noah ZieglerNoah Ziegler3 mánuðum síðan
    • Wahh joe made fun of me ree cancel him. Wait you can't but gonna keep trying anyways.

      Tyson Fury Went To SleepTyson Fury Went To Sleep3 mánuðum síðan
    • Video games are not a problem. Unhealthy long term habits are a problem.

      MsAxiomaticMsAxiomatic3 mánuðum síðan
    • Every thing in moderation. without videogames i would not be here today, i would not be a dad, i would not be working and i would not be alive. it saved me at a crusial time in life and if people that have a masive following and some weight behind their words say stupid shit like joe did in that clip it hurts the people whom need this inocente play time in their life. if we are tho throw around unhealty habits look at TV, over eating, shoping and all of the other types of non profit hobbies people do with their time. most of what humans do on a day to day basis in this day and age can be looked at as a waste of time for some people, dont mean that it is unhealty or bad for all.

      StensvoldStensvold3 mánuðum síðan
    • Phil why people have short memory in the 20th Century, that have to be reminded X amount of times daily to Subscribe n Notify?

      Smok3 AllSmok3 All3 mánuðum síðan
  • I personally think Phillip and Joe are both very nice people. I do wonder though, Fence-Sitters never being in the way of Confrontation, with its benefits like people hearing both arguments...The biggest issue seems people are becoming Inlusively Intolerant or Totalitarian claiming Nuance. I think it breeds incompetence, cowardice, and grand standing with indecision causing stress and anxiety as the outcome. Sort of a Voluntary Participation of Good/Bad or Right/Wrong no yes I you mean nice...2+2=5 If you see what I am or am not getting at? Wait is c1984 Still a Must in the Literature Curriculum or was that Canceled too? Big Brother is watching you...Oh Well I accepted the terms and conditions already anyway I have nothing to hide, but then again what about my Priva... I think you are a great host and anyone that hates, well let's get real Nobody is paying for the shit they yap about so Keep it Up👍 Only Thing I don't like is the new way everyone is doing what they, or I believe they believe people percieve as "Cutting to the Point" with this Editing "technique" ☹ but to me it seems awkwardly trendy and I get artificial wierd vibes from it. Sort of Like a VHS 📼 Like when my 'Earnest Goes to Jail' Tape was destroyed by the VCR, it went really fast and the tape was Destroyed. Did Earnest become somebody's bitch? Earnest Come to Blu-Ray Thankkssss Phil 72 Hours Later Guy but not Related I believe Misterr✌👍

    Father TimeFather TimeMánuði síðan
  • The idea that a person should constantly have to publicly act with the professionalism required at their workplace is kind of bonkers, right? So why is it an issue if there's evidence of people doing things that it is absolutely fine for them to be doing?

    Hieronymus PseudonymousHieronymus Pseudonymous2 mánuðum síðan
  • As far as Rogan he can say whatever he wants it's his opinion take it or leave it.............no big deal

    John ThomsonJohn Thomson2 mánuðum síðan
  • A healthy level of entertainment is great, sometimes people try to cope with the daily anxieties of life and that’s ok. It is just important that people don’t push that too far and find something productive to be ambitious about. I don’t think he is denying that, Joe is a very smart buddyamine, but maybe he could’ve clarified a bit.

    LightswitchLightswitch2 mánuðum síðan
  • I agree with joe a lot. I got issues with both drinking and video games. I don’t play too much but I notice instead of working on my independent business and making more product I drink and I play video games, or watch youtube or Facebook or instagram. And at the end of the day I think how much farther I could be if I just focused on my goals. It’s always so easy to do what’s comfortable and entertaining but often times I get lost in being comfortable and I realize I use a lot of valuable time that I could have used to build myself. It’s a real struggle. The hardest part is knowing it’s my fault and that I can change if I tried. But who doesn’t want to take the path of least resistant.

    Dominic HaysDominic Hays2 mánuðum síðan
  • I'm come from a family full of people in the medical field and as such know alot of nurses doctors and so on, and alot of party hard on their days off as a way to wind down and it in no way effects their jobs, one of the best doctors in his field used attend almost every ICP concert was a really fun guy on vacation days, and trust me that "unprofessional doctor" is the one you want for the important stuff, to the point that hes sometimes requested by name very often , I've seen people say this dumb stuff about people in the medical field my whole life it's an old way of thinking and it stupid thank @PhilipDefranco for shining a light on this.

    PrometheusPrimePrometheusPrime2 mánuðum síðan
  • joe was trolling e sports are big money and he knows it.

    Eric A.Eric A.2 mánuðum síðan
  • Curious whether the researchers' definition of "unprofessional" also included black doctors with natural hair/braids? News stations and other workplaces have long held that opinion, but things are changing and now more black folks are able to wear their natural hair and/or styles that suit their hair texture without getting written up, etc. Support the CROWN Act! www.thecrownact.com/

    seileach67seileach673 mánuðum síðan
  • One of my favorite tweets this year (courtesy of smorgasboredom): "Every time we’re forced to talk about Joe Rogan, I am reminded of my best and most immutable axiom: Nothing that only men like is cool."

    Sparkling Silver CurlsSparkling Silver Curls3 mánuðum síðan
  • If they can hold a scalpel steady I don't care.

    Jeremy SmithJeremy Smith3 mánuðum síðan
  • I actually got the wrong impression at first I thought he was just saying there was a cautionary tale there I didn't realize he was saying it was a real probably in his life. And yeah video games can be hard to pull away from.

    Jeremy SmithJeremy Smith3 mánuðum síðan
  • yes theory

    Enrique TorresEnrique Torres3 mánuðum síðan
  • I want a "one of the three" shirt!

    Jonathan SongerJonathan Songer3 mánuðum síðan
  • It’s high time for Joe Rogan to be cancelled. Like a chihuahua on steroids, talk about little mans syndrom

    GIA LUCATOGIA LUCATO3 mánuðum síðan
  • disclaimer: i don't condone this particular "study," in terms of its execution, its "executors," and of the _underlying bias_ of its ... conclusions. that said, i feel like people are kind of _playing "dumb,"_ regarding the lamentation they're making regarding what could be viewed as _unprofessional imagery._ though it is true for me, if my medical professional and i hadn't already made some previous agreement to "drink and `be merry´" with each other, i'd rather *not* see them in anything but standard, socially-acceptable articles of clothing.....it would not be the end of my world, if i glimpsed them on a social media page in "standard" swimwear, at a place where it's normal to be in that kind of attire. or, to be shown imbibing alcohol from a normal can or glass, in a setting where it's okay to do so. or, donning some halloween costume, that wouldn't outright offend a normal, reasonable person's sensibilities. no one, who otherwise has no issues with someone else's showing a little skin, or drinking a little drink, is arguing against media of normal human behaviour / normal human activities being posted. (shit: have we forgotten how, in a lot of countries in europe, they'd belly•laugh at what a lot of americans consider "taboo"?) i think it should have been obvious, what was being referenced was depictions of activities / situations that land more on the side of _Rated "R"_ or higher - obvious displays of wanton debauchery and hedonism. men, as well, can be judged for "inappropriate / sexual attire." _but..._ ...some of the criteria for men have to be different. i won't get into all of that here, except to remind, _it's all about context and content._ political messages. that is touchy. i will tell you-all right now, i have *zero* problems with a practitioner (vascular surgeon or otherwise) publicizing they're proponents of _black lives matters._ for example. i wouldn't *necessarily* have a problem with someone who espouses they're conservative or / and republican, of itself.. ..but if i see that this person _also_ conflates B.L.M.M. with the promotion of lawlessness / looting / fucking with innocent people, then i won't want to fuck with *them.* and i'd be happy they posted this in public, so they won't get any of my money (to the best of my ability). any promotion of the disenfranchisement of marginalized peoples, or of Trump, also is an automatic declaration of war against me. let's flip this question around: have _practitioners,_ upon their being requisitioned, stalked the socials of the prospective patient before admitting them, and then levied "value judgments" about them, to the extent of declining to help? "Oh, lemme see if I can find them on Twitter. ... What da *fuck* is this?! They have an _onlyfans_ ?? They do *scat shows* ??? 🤮🤮🤮." or, say.. ..the practitioner scrolls through someone's insta, and they see a bunch of pictures of a dude ho-ing it up, and bragging about his multiple conquests: of all the women he's raw•dogged and nutted in, and didn't stick around to see if he, a.) gotten them knocked up, b.) ever infected with an STI. indulging this much hedonism, he then comes knocking on their door, talking about "my penis hurt. and my pubes are flaking off." i know if _i_ were that nurse, or that doctor.....

    ꧁༒ ᴛʜᴇ Sᴛʀᴀɴɢᴇsᴛ Bᴇᴅғᴇʟʟᴏᴡ.༒꧂꧁༒ ᴛʜᴇ Sᴛʀᴀɴɢᴇsᴛ Bᴇᴅғᴇʟʟᴏᴡ.༒꧂3 mánuðum síðan
  • I think there are only a couple topics that my doctor could post about that would make me truly uncomfortable. That is being against abortion. The idea that my doctor thinks I shouldn't have full rights over my body would make me incredibly uncomfortable with them doing anything to my body. The other is them being an anti-vaxxer. I honestly think that would make me more uncomfortable than the abortion one. Because that not only effects me, but also my child. We are both also Autistic and anti-vaxxers leave a bad taste in my mouth anyways. If I had a medical professional toting that mind set I 100% would not take myself or my child to them. If they are so ill informed on vaccines, what else are they ill informed about? And yes I'm going to call them ill informed, because the overwhelming number of medical professionals and research that says vaccines are safe.

    Jessi RaRaRaJessi RaRaRa3 mánuðum síðan
  • Addiction and Hobbies are different. Video game addiction is a real thing and people have that, but Joe Rogan sounds like he's equivocating "addiction" with "hobby." No one will argue that addiction isn't a bad thing. Video game as an entertainment media is a lot like, how Phil stated, is like a movie or tv series. I'd throw in a good book as well depending on the genre you're into. Each of these examples also have a percentage of people that are addicted to it. It's dishonest to claim that the majority population of people who play games for entertainment are addicted to it. Honestly it sounds like Joe has addictive tendencies when it comes to gaming and assumes everyone else does. Also I'd argue that you do get something out of it. He talks about jujitsu, yeah you learn the skill, have a community of like minded martial artist, enjoy the act of doing it/practicing it/exercising with it. These are all valid things, but you can say the same about video games. You learn to get better at it, have a community of gamers to talk to, and enjoy playing it. I don't think these are anywhere near as separated as he believes aside from the surface level "I'm working out and not sitting." And if that was his sole argument as to why video game is bad, then reading is just as bad! Opening up a book from your kindle or from your book shelf can lead to sitting hours on the couch. But I don't think he'd ever argue that "reading is damaging." I truly just don't think there is an ounce of thinking deeper than "I got sucked into game for hours, I could be learning jujitsu, gotta talk about it." Which is fine, he jumps wildly between subjects on his show; you can't expect everyone to put in more than the bare minimum all the time.

    Scarlet ElfScarlet Elf3 mánuðum síðan
  • I remember doing science fair and having to get permission for human subjects in my studies. To do a research article on medical professionals without their consent or knowledge (as far as I know, there was none) is not only unethical in even a high school course, but clearly an invasion of their personal lives.

    four 4four 43 mánuðum síðan
  • great show phil

    Wrath Upon EdenWrath Upon Eden3 mánuðum síðan
  • Paramedic student here, how I see it is everyone is mad about abortion so everyone wants to speak their voices which drowns the voice of people who actually know what they talk about. The people we would ask advice to when we have an important and complicated debate are being muted for monetary reasons, they want to appeal to everyone good or bad. I want paramedics, doctors, therapists, cops and soldiers talk about gun control not my damn French teacher

    coasjecoasje3 mánuðum síðan
  • If a doctor is anti vax or some form of anti science on their socials I wouldn't go to them or anywhere they worked.

    Elani ArkadyElani Arkady3 mánuðum síðan
  • Donde esta el dinero

    ThemrRuben7ShowThemrRuben7Show3 mánuðum síðan
  • The joe rogan thing didn’t go viral much at all lol

    Ak SAk S3 mánuðum síðan
  • Personally, I wouldn't be searching for a doctor's social media page, so I wouldn't care what they had been posting on it. We aren't discussing their vacations or political opinions, we're discussing my health.

    iGotBulletproofSunshineiGotBulletproofSunshine3 mánuðum síðan
  • The ironic thing? It's unprofessional to call someone out for being unprofessional!! The social media study is a joke & wasted time & money. Most medical professionals won't pull a Trump because they know what that type of behavior is juvenile & leads to lesser trust in their abilities. Medical professionals are generally smarter than that!

    Casey HollisCasey Hollis3 mánuðum síðan
  • As a patient I have no desire to look up my doctor on Facebook and I think that’s problem number one. If you go snooping for shit you’re not going to like what you find. Number two, doctors are real human beings with lives outside of their work. I work in the medical field but not as a doctor, and even with what I do it is so god damn hard to separate my life from my work. I constantly bring it home with me and I need to work on that. So even if your doctor drinks, who gives a shit. They might like it because it helps them enjoy their actual lives more. I wish alcohol worked for me but it doesn’t lol. Number three why wouldn’t doctors wear swim suits? Like okay... that’s what you swim in but let’s just be sexual about everything.

    Caleigh DicksonCaleigh Dickson3 mánuðum síðan
  • That study is something straight out of the 1950's, people & especially women in this case should not be shamed into not doing something completely legal that their boss doesn't agree with.

    Adrian SmithAdrian Smith3 mánuðum síðan
  • USA still has puritanical ideals that pop up now and again

    Xia MartinXia Martin3 mánuðum síðan
  • 5:18. Before they even built that LAN room, Joe always knew he had a problem. He was scared to built it, and he would admit it on the show.

    Abraham CeballosAbraham Ceballos3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe should have the same view for games as he does for weed. If you are gonna abuse it it’s not a good thing.

    Abraham CeballosAbraham Ceballos3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe doesn't think you can make a living with video games? Has he never heard of E-Sports? Not likely? So is your football scholarship.

    Clap TrapClap Trap3 mánuðum síðan
    • @Jeff somersby I can only watch about 5 minutes of Joe and I just have to turn it off. I think that says enough. People don't change. And he's been a dick since Fear Factor.

      Clap TrapClap Trap3 mánuðum síðan
  • 'Rogan is right and wrong' Ahhhh old fence sitting Phil, you have the same opinion on everything......Lame

    That 3D Print and Watch GuyThat 3D Print and Watch Guy3 mánuðum síðan
  • Teachers face a high level of overly critical social media policing. Jobs Lost over basic posts

    k Sk S3 mánuðum síðan
  • I think u have to be weak minded to consider gaming an addiction! If ur that bad with games then ur the problem not the gaming! I drink socially but i dont have an addiction i smoke rarely same once in a blue moon and i game also rarely when im not sleeping and working cause u gotta know there is things that u have to do in life! If u can admit that u have a problem with games ur surely smart enough to know how to limit what ur thinking u have a problem with

    Juan CamanoJuan Camano3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe's comment sounds like it came from 2000. You can't say that about video games in 2020 and not look like an idiot. I was so sure he was going to say that video games and learning jiu nitsu are the same. A useless skill in the real world that is a fun as heck hobby that you can turn into a career. Both have tournaments and prize money. How the heck did he look at these two nearly identical things and say that video games were different. He has no argument, no logic, just bias and ignorance. He's not a villain, but he's a dumbass for talking about a subject like he gets it, when he doesn't. He shouldnt be defended... Or is he saying that literally anyone that knows martial arts will have a very easy time opening up their own dojo? Because that still sounds fucking stupid to me. It doesn't matter how low a chance of gaming has of becoming a job, Joe's argument was 100% wrong. You changing what Joe's saying to defend him is not right Phil. Let him face the consequences of saying something dumb. He messed up. The study is ass. ANYONE who gives you grief for being unprofessional needs to be reminded that you are only obligated to be professional at work, not at home. You aren't your job, you are a person. And these assholes need to treat their staff like people! How you act off duty is always your own right. A boss who tries to control that is a bad boss. But to answer Phil's question, if I saw anyone in the profession of medicine posting about being pro-life, I would become deeply concerned and not trust them. A doctor is the last person you would ever expect to be pro-life, because they have the education to know better. And if they're ignoring that education so that they can feel better instead, as pro-lifers are only in it to feel good about themselves, then yeah I won't trust that doctor. As for gun control, well, in America the lack of gun control keeps them in business. So there's bias muddying that discussion right away. I could only ever imagine American doctors being pro-gun though. Elsewhere? Well we're not pro-gun anywhere else, so of course our doctors wont be either. This really is quite an American issue.

    Tails ClockTails Clock3 mánuðum síðan
  • They acting like they were making porn or something

    ChuckChuck3 mánuðum síðan
  • Look if you have your life together then video games aren't a problem. On the other hand, if you're in your late 20s or early 30s and still work an entry level job, smoke weed every day, and spend your free time playing video games instead of bettering yourself, then i'd say that's a problem.

    Andrey ChaikaAndrey Chaika3 mánuðum síðan
  • in regards to the Joe Rogan comments about video games yes they are addicting however they are also useful video games have taught me great things in life and I'm gonna list them below 1) video games taught me the language. video games were a great resource for me in learning how to speak and read the English language. and because of it now I'm fluent. 2) video games taught me how to be creative in knowing how to create cool things in life 3) video games taught me how to problem-solve. whenever I face a problem ill look at the options and assess how to solve that problem. 4) video games made me interact with people from around the world and I got to know many cool and friendly people that I would have never meet in real life.

    Abdullah OmariAbdullah Omari3 mánuðum síðan
  • Its called a PROCESS ADDICTION. Video games are only not a waste of time to the "gaming community" comprised of people who make money off of others wasting their lives watching them explore virtual worlds, of course they will take issue with Rogans cautioning against gaming addiction.

    Canadian PrepperCanadian Prepper3 mánuðum síðan
  • don't have sex out of wedlock.

    Machine GoatMachine Goat3 mánuðum síðan
  • I don't like rogans thinking simply because, not everything on life needs to be about moving up or about money. Like geez I like painting but I'd want to KMS of my art was my career. TIME ENJOYED WASTING IS NOT WASTED TIME

    Lissie LambLissie Lamb3 mánuðum síðan
    • Not gonna defend him or anything, but I’m sure he’s ok with having a pass time like that, but for some people, when it gets addicting, it CAN become a problem. Just my takeaway cause that’s kinda me lol haven’t applied for school or gone out to fix my car because I played Xbox all week.

      Bishop MBishop M3 mánuðum síðan
  • Let me say something controversial healthcare providers are human beings

    DestroyadoraDestroyadora3 mánuðum síðan
  • Oh dear god he has an opinion he is sharing but not forcing on others. How terrible... 🥱

    Wolf HaleyWolf Haley3 mánuðum síðan
  • It's very unclear to me how the study was in any way sexist (for reference it is here: www.jvascsurg.org/article/S0741-5214(19)32587-X/pdf). I would agree with Phil that it's not really important, but it's only 5 A4 sides and it was conducted by looking at social media profiles - clearly this wasn't supposed to be something groundbreaking. I think it's an interesting study with interesting results, and anybody interpreting it as sexist has clearly misunderstood the presented information.

    Dan FoxDan Fox3 mánuðum síðan
  • Really i only care about a doctors personal views when it impacts my access to health care. So if i needed an abortion, i want a doctor that is willing to give me one becuase of, or inspite of, their personal views on abortion

    Stefanie McFarlane-MitchellStefanie McFarlane-Mitchell3 mánuðum síðan
  • With the Joe Rogan comments- I agree in that his comments are a bit short-sighted, but I know where he is coming from. I've been on furlough for 2 months and although I had good intentions to dedicate my time to my hobbies that require more work and practice like my art, I've often found myself going back to ISworlds or playing video games for fun and convenience. While on one hand I have been enjoying myself, I can't help but notice that when I don't turn on those games I am much more productive with other interests!

    Maplefly ArtMaplefly Art3 mánuðum síðan
  • I'm sick of people saying video games are blank. It's a form of entertainment. Like sports, or movies, or tv, or magazines, books, plays, you're escaping real world stuff. Even martial arts are a form of entertainment. It's what YOU do to escape the bullshit. It's your release. Too much recreation is bad. Stop saying video games are bad.

    patrick holidaypatrick holiday3 mánuðum síðan
  • Millennials think they need to commodify every hobby they have. News flash you are allowed to just enjoy an activity and it doesn’t have to better you as a person or make you more money

    Leah GLeah G3 mánuðum síðan
  • Ninja is mad at joe lol 😂

    beachbum Lifestylebeachbum Lifestyle3 mánuðum síðan
  • "She didn't transform in a diaper changing dairy factory" - Phil you just made my day. Thank you !!

    GillesGilles3 mánuðum síðan
  • I have an interesting addition, change the doctor's from doctor's to Police who are actively not allowed to not be professional and will get in trouble/fired if not. Does your opinion stay the same? Why/why not?

    Bulky JinxBulky Jinx3 mánuðum síðan
  • I'm shocked we have more than Brazil or India, both insanely densely populated, struggling economically in a big way and with much much larger populations.

    Robert MRobert M3 mánuðum síðan
  • If doctors all dissapeared and we got new nurses at 1 to 1 ratio would anyone ever notice?

    Robert MRobert M3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe Rogan is just a shock jock, he is good at facilitating a guest to speak their peice and his value ends about there. He just wants to be edgy at 45 still. Its hilarious he says that and does ufc, 98% of fighters make poor money and end up with cte and a shattered life past 40. But if you actually try and master difficult games there is still a lot of crossover value gained in almost any other avenue. It's not accidental that some people pick up a game and are in the top 5% of players 2 months later when the game is 10 years old, it's not like athleticism it's learning to look at efficiencies, learning to learn, using analogy and heuristics from other things, and evaluating huge decision trees to figure out what you did wrong.

    Robert MRobert M3 mánuðum síðan
    • @Kat k 45, 52 in the end they both are still in the edgy teenage phase. Understandable when young, most people make dumb choices when they are young, but 35 years later and but like they say "live and don't learn".

      Robert MRobert M3 mánuðum síðan
  • I agree with Joe on this one. I think he definitely could have been a little more broad with him only talking about Video Games, but when was the last time anyone made sure to cover every option when it came to a topic as broad as addiction and filling time better spend elsewhere? I can see why people got upset because E-Sports and gaming entertainment are relatively new and have had to fight for respect and still are fighting, but as someone who does struggle with making sure I'm not just playing video games all day and a fan of Joe who has watched him for a long time I know what he's saying and wanted to put my thoughts out there.

    HalloweenHalloween3 mánuðum síðan
  • I’d rather have 100 twitch followers than 100 karate students. Joe is old rich and out of touch with reality!

    James HarrisonJames Harrison3 mánuðum síðan
  • Video game addiction is a pain. My bf plays at minimum 4 hours of video games in a day, with only 5 minute breaks in between. Some days he plays like 12 hours in a row. Been like this since he was like 6 apparently, he’s 23 now

    Eddie VEddie V3 mánuðum síðan
  • I am not sure how there is a controversy much less what it is but since you asked, here is my view. Doing things like martial arts and other physical activities are much more relevant throughout more scenarios. What I mean is that video games depend on a lot of delicate infrastructure. You have to have electricity, a computer device (powered, working, maintained), and now mostly a network connection. If any of that infrastructure is disrupted, could be from war, nature, whatever, then having video game skills does not really translate well, if at all, to survival, social interaction, etc... but being physically fit does translate well into all those situations.

    MookaylaMookayla3 mánuðum síðan
  • I think its STUPID to even pay people to PLAY. That includes professional sport. People who are REALLY important, nurses, paramedics, truck drivers, construction workers etc etc who ACTUALLY help society. How the hell does a video game player help society. They don't. AT ALL! They're a waste. PERIOD! Those days are going to end. VERY SOON!!!

    Wayne MerrymanWayne Merryman3 mánuðum síðan
  • The doctor professionalism story is definitely stalking behavior. But it's also worth mentioning that this is just professional cancel culture. Just because it isn't targeted towards an individual, devaluing and policing peoples behavior with "science" is still cancel culture. While I believe cancel culture is a mixed bag, its still worth pointing out its intention is still the same. Also its not like you're going to have the opportunity to see that a doctor is actually posting about actual concerning behaviors on their social media. Who cares if a doctor wears a bikini or drinks some wine. What i care about they won't be posting, their sexual misconduct or child abuse. (Not saying doctors are more or less likely to engage in domestic abuse, i dont know the statistics)

    FlakesmobileFlakesmobile3 mánuðum síðan
  • I agree with Rogan. I used to be in the same boat. especially playing single player games will get you nowhere after the completion of the game.

    Colin LaiColin Lai3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe Rogan is a guy who likes outdoor life, and has opinions on things. Thats it.

    Jynx2501Jynx25013 mánuðum síðan
  • yes please let all my future surgeons just come back from a beach vacation before they cut me open

    E.E.3 mánuðum síðan
  • We should be able to do whatever we want within reason as long as our responsibilities are under control. And just because it doesn't have value to one person, doesnt mean that gaming can't have value to another. As is though, we shouldn't just do things because it might produce money. People read books, do art, etc. All of the things we do, hobbies and interests have value to us, and it shouldn't be based on its ability to produce money. Besides that, if a parent dumps on a kid's interests by pointing out the future benefits or lack there of, it sends the message that all you should ever focus on is money and if it doesn't produce some money, its worthless. Which sends the message that whatever you love is worthless. Everything in moderation, of course but we can't just work and work and focus on only money. That just causes anxiety and stress, which some of us use hobbies to cope with. But if those hobbies were deemed as worthless, you are often reluctant to turn to them ever again.

    Alyce FrostAlyce Frost3 mánuðum síðan
  • We can't all be Ninja and streaming for your 3 friends won't pay the bills unless you've got really great friends so stay in school and remember that just because someone says playing video games is a waste of time doesn't mean that you are

    x VIBRANIUMx VIBRANIUM3 mánuðum síðan
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    AHMMEDD 0995AHMMEDD 09953 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe Rogan : I have a real problem with video games Me: OK BOOMER

    FLOOR GANG!!!FLOOR GANG!!!3 mánuðum síðan
  • That's the person who is going to hopefully make me better. Do you boo just don't kill meeeeeeeeee

    Jacqueline BoulangerJacqueline Boulanger3 mánuðum síðan
  • He's thinking about it from an addicts perspective

    Jacqueline BoulangerJacqueline Boulanger3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe Rogan Controversy: the idea that everything you do needs to be done in the interest of earning money or building a career so harmful. If you take an hour out of your day to play video games to unwind and connect with friends, great. If you read or write to destress, cool. Playing an instrument, cooking, playing a sport, coloring, knitting, painting, whatever hobbies you, it's good and perfectly healthy to have something to just relax. Of course, playing video games for 5 hours a day isn't healthy, but working yourself to the bone at your job for 20 hours a day isn't healthy either. Work or hobby, you have to have some sort of balance and keep everything in moderation. Weird Doctor Professionalism Study: Are doctors not allowed to be human? Did I miss that memo? Also isn't common advice to your work and personal life separated? I don't care what my doctor does during their personal life, as long as they help me when I need medical help.

    Kendall MKendall M3 mánuðum síðan
  • California has nearly double the population of Florida yet I’ve heard far more about Florida man than Californian man (mediocre movie, but not awful, imo). America’s publicity officials need to know.

    PoppyCorn144PoppyCorn1443 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe is right tho haha....

    Jimmy DesignJimmy Design3 mánuðum síðan
  • Covid updates are just Phil reading large numbers

    Espinoza 1Espinoza 13 mánuðum síðan
  • That's what a vampire would say

    Espinoza 1Espinoza 13 mánuðum síðan
  • Anything better then people continuously trying to go after Joe Rogan and him being too busy counting his money to notice?

    Daniel DavidoDaniel Davido3 mánuðum síðan
  • The way this guy talks with flailing arms, weird talking cadence, crazy facial mannerisms and quick editing is hypnotizing 6 million subscribers. Props dude. Way to get paid for just reading the news to people.

    Jeff SJeff S3 mánuðum síðan
  • When you said that a study about medical workers being unprofessional was being criticized, and that social media was involved, I was ready to defend the study, but then you said what they're focusing on and like that I changed my mind. I have seen way too many stories of people being cruel to patients, breaching patient confidentiality and worse, just for some social media clout. One of those stories is too many in my opinion, but when there's so many that I can't even list all the examples? It's a problem. But these idiots are focusing on the most assinine shit that it's honestly kind of insulting.

    LinksbroLinksbro3 mánuðum síðan
  • Everyone is defending games as a career choice. WTF? Nobody attacks Netflix or movies in general for being a distraction. We don't need to justify our entertainment. Sure it's not going to give you what sport gives you (and most people who dedicate their time to sports never make it far enough to make money on it), that's why you can do both. And the third thing would be your life and where you want to get with it. I love games and I am really passionate about them. I treat brain diseases for living and there is another satisfaction to be had there too (there are actually many studies that show surgeons who are gamers to be better at work). On top of that, I love doing sports... and I'm old as fuck too. Joe is an awesome guy. He talks about his personal experience. Cut him some slack and don't take everything so seriously.

    Mike PrzyszlakMike Przyszlak3 mánuðum síðan
  • Of all the things that Joe has said over the years, THATS the thing that everyone is finding “controversial”?! It’s called an uneducated opinion.

    Jay EcclestonJay Eccleston3 mánuðum síðan
  • Wtf is wrong with what Joe Rogan said, it's pretty accurate. Playing games is a worthless skill whether we like it or not Lmao

    jdtorres510jdtorres5103 mánuðum síðan
  • Jesus, the way people defend video games is like how zealots defend religion.

    Vnachi8Vnachi83 mánuðum síðan
    • This is just how the stigma against video games is voiced.

      Tochi UTochi U3 mánuðum síðan
    • @ihavenoname4u oh, okay, if you say so.

      Vnachi8Vnachi83 mánuðum síðan
    • No one does that

      john’s assjohn’s ass3 mánuðum síðan
  • Productive passion

    Justin CaseJustin Case3 mánuðum síðan
  • Streamer. Dog.

    Lucas RuddLucas Rudd3 mánuðum síðan
  • I agree with Mr. Rogan, video games are a waste of time and decrease the value of our collective species. Put your energy towards some form of personal enlightenment instead.

    Erik Torbjørn BjørnssonErik Torbjørn Bjørnsson3 mánuðum síðan
  • Everything you do should be progress. But rest and recovery *is progress*

    lara renjilara renji3 mánuðum síðan
  • Some of the worst click bait, I’ve seen. If you’ve not got anything to say then find some opting, don’t make something out to be sensational when it’s not.

    Targetdummy2013Targetdummy20133 mánuðum síðan
  • What he is saying is kind of true, even though im never gonna be a pro gamer/streamer ive met so many nice people and keep in touch with old friends that don't live close, instead of just call each other we chat about anything and play games.

    TSTS3 mánuðum síðan
  • Im 35 I've been gaming majority of my life. I'm seeing the drop in the quality of humanity in online gaming. I'm also seeing the same in gaming development. Yes their was a time you bought a game and got the full game. The gaming community as a whole is 💩 but thank GOD i have a handful of great gamer friends. But geeze the randos we come across the egos on these people 😂😂

    TheUndertakerVIITheUndertakerVII3 mánuðum síðan
  • They are taken care of and, this way out of proportion he didn't even say it the way they're kind of make it out to be he not saying anything bad about the games he just pointing out facts

    lewis griffinlewis griffin3 mánuðum síðan
  • I mean if we're being fair, a doctor wearing a bikini or swim trunks in a doctors office is unprofessional but at the beach it is reasonable. Drinking on the job is unprofessional but a glass of wine at dinner or a beer at a barbecue is reasonable. Personal behavior and personal business away from work shouldn't be the business of your employer.

    joemama114joemama1143 mánuðum síðan
  • Ironic he rags on video games but at the same time the same thing could be said about what he is doing right? "Ahh pod casts are worthless there just a waste of time and a distraction you should stop listening to them, they won't create a career path for you." I mean I'm surprised he didn't get into social media. It is much more wide spread and I'd argue it eats up WAY more time from peoples lives than video games ever could.

    joemama114joemama1143 mánuðum síðan
  • This Joe Rogan thing is dumb he always talks about how great games are

    Hiii PotentialHiii Potential3 mánuðum síðan
  • The only thing that has ever concerned me about a doctor happened recently actually. My dad, who is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer, was talking about masks with the doctor administering his treatment. The guy was talking about how he only wears one at work and only because he has to. That attitude frightened my whole family. Deeply 😳

    KellynCasselKellynCassel3 mánuðum síðan
  • He’s a hundred percent right!!!!!

    George IGeorge I3 mánuðum síðan
  • Professionalism is something you do when you're _at work_ it does not have any place in someone's private life which does include social media

    Alma MaterAlma Mater3 mánuðum síðan
  • I think joe was just trying to use his voice to promote not playing games as it is typically probably more productive

    Jacob MartinezJacob Martinez3 mánuðum síðan
  • Joe has so many hours I guarantee i could pull 10 things wrong if i went thru every hour of ut

    Jacob MartinezJacob Martinez3 mánuðum síðan
  • There needs to be an understanding difference between a game like counter-strike/league of legends and a game like World of Warcraft. Games like cs and lol are designed similar to sport or chess. Games like WoW are designed specifically to target reward systems in the brain, therefore making it addictive. Similar to Facebook or Crack Cocaine.

    Henry NHenry N3 mánuðum síðan
  • From a guy who was told his whole life that he wouldn't go anywhere with videogames: I'm a compliance lead at Square Enix. I lead a team of testers that specialize in first-party standards. And I'm here to tell you that what Joe Rogan said is mostly true. It's also not a big deal. People need to relax.

    DeusDevoidDeusDevoid3 mánuðum síðan
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