A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: The Joe Rogan Podcast With Bob Lazar

Joe Rogan Podcast - Bob Lazar

Do You Believe?

Physicist Bob Lazar was a recent guest on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast along with filmmaker Jeremy Corbell. The two were there to promote Jeremy’s Netflix documentary on Lazar, titled Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers, but more importantly, Lazar wanted the chance to tell his story on Joe’s podcast, which is a long-form and conversational platform with a massive reach.

Lazar claims to have worked on highly covert government programs at Area 51 that focused on reverse engineering alien technology found on alien spacecraft. His story is mind-blowing and could have massive implications on technology, our government, and humanity at large.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show , we go deep on Bob Lazar’s appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast.

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Howard Stern Show No Longer Compels Me To Listen

Howard Stern

The End For Me Has Arrived

I am a lifelong diehard Howard Stern fanatic and I am no longer compelled to tune into his show. Howard has earned my eternal gratitude for a 20+ year run of unparalleled entertainment, but that run has definitively ended for me.

Some changes in my consumption of entertainment coupled with some disappointing moments in the evolution of Howard's show have both lent to my current disinterest.

I am formally declaring the end of my listenership while also extending a heartfelt thanks to Howard and his staff. They colored my mornings in a manner that can never be replicated by any other personality or entertainment crew again.  

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The Chernobyl Podcast

Defending The Great Bitter Land

“What is the cost of lies?”

That is the question that Valery Legasov, arguably the hero of the Chernobyl disaster, asks to himself on a tape-recorded recounting of the events right before he sadly dies by suicide. 

He did so two years to the day following the catastrophe that occurred in Pripyat Ukraine, in the commencing hours of April 26th, 1986. In fact, the title of the first episode is “1:23:45” which refers to the time in the morning that the core of reactor number four explodes inside of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. 

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Joe Rogan Podcast's Best Recurring Guest: Duncan Trussell

The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast

Top Of The Podcast Game


Podcasts have exploded over recent years. There seems to be a show available to fit anyone’s interest from the broadest of ranging topics to the most narrow of niches.

To me, there is no one creating better podcast content than Joe Rogan. He is a prolific producer of shows and his guests are consistently captivating.

Joe is a comedian at heart but his podcast show does not revolve around comedy. Quite often the discussions center around deconstructing life and examining current social issues. Those are the topics that have always most fascinated me about his show.

While there are countless individuals from a wide range of interest and walks of life who have made repeat visits to the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast there is one individual who I believe is the undisputed best and greatest recurring guest. That guest is Duncan Trussell.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: Sleepwalkers, AI, Andrew Yang, and Apollo 11

Show Notes

Segment #1: Sleepwalkers Podcast

Sleepwalkers podcast comes to the world of podcasting through iHeartRadio. Sleepwalkers takes a comprehensive, and at times chilling, look at the collision course AI is on with humanity. They explore the potential benefits of artificial intelligence and identify in stark terms some of the potential peril with technology merging so seamlessly into our lives.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep with a review on Sleepwalkers.

Segment #2: Podcasts We Are Currently Into

The Dude and the Bro come back for the second segment of the episode and each offer up something from the world of podcasting that has caught their attention this past week.

Tim suggests the new BBC World Service podcast titled 13 Minutes To The Moon, which chronicles the United States space program’s moon landing. This podcast series is out right in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic event.

Mike talks about the most recent episode of The Argument, which comes courtesy of the New York Times’ opinion team, and that episode featured democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang. The format of the interview was interesting with Ross Douthat, a staunch conservative, interviewing Yang and respectfully challenging him on certain positions.


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The 13 Best Motivational Videos By Gary Vaynerchuk

Gary Vaynerchuk

Heart, Hustle, and Soul

Gary Vaynerchuk has become the standard bearer for hustling. He is a showman without a doubt, but the fuel for Gary’s rocket ride to becoming one of the most iconic online persona’s today is the value he consistently provides with his content and the integrity with which he has built his brand.

Gary seems heartfelt in wanting every single person he touches to break free from the soul-sucking trap of the rat race. He implores people to take definitive and immediate action in pursuit of their own entrepreneurial dreams.

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The Rachel Maddow Podcast - Questions Must Be Asked

Rachel Maddow Podcast

Asking All The Questions

Rachel Maddow has a signature styled ability to question and pursue a path of inquiry in a manner that both entertains and ultimately seeks to get to the truth. The onset of every show that Rachel stewards can be almost dizzying in the pace and plurality of figures and facts she weaves together almost like a prosecutor would in setting the story of a case.

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5 Life Lessons From The Adam Carolla Show Podcast

“Carolla-isms”: Tools For Success

The name Adam Carolla may invoke memories of he and Jimmy Kimmel telling fart jokes to each other with mugs of beer in hand while objectified women jumped on trampolines. Truthfully, it was this preconceived notion of mine stemming from Carolla’s earlier work that kept me away from him throughout my formative young adult years.

Believe me, I am not averse to a good old fashion fart joke in the right mood and context but there seemed to plenty of dudes and shows doing that brand of humor already. I had my fix for all the potty humor I needed and was not looking to double down on it.

My perception of Carolla quickly started to change when I was listening to The Dennis Miller Show, on talk radio, where Adam was a frequent guest. To my surprise, I found Carolla to be extremely witty and humorous. But more importantly, during the more serious moments of the interview, I found him capable of bestowing wisdom to the listeners. Carolla also possessed a clarity of thought on serious and heady topics and was able to express himself accordingly.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: White Lies by NPR

White Lies Podcast

By NPR

White Lies is an ambitious investigative podcast that has clearly declared in their mission that they are setting out to solve a decade’s old murder that stemmed from unrest during the civil rights movement in Selma Alabama back in the 1960s.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep on White Lies.

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11 Best Intermittent Fasting Videos By Thomas DeLauer - Performance Coach

Thomas DeLauer - Executive Performance Coach

Thomas DeLauer is an elite personal trainer from the Santa Barbara area of California who has helped clients around the world reach their desired states of peak performance in life.

A self-described executive body and business coach, Thomas works to maximize the mind and body connection of his clients for high-level achievement, fulfillment, and balance in their personal and professional lives.

While Thomas looks the part of a California based trainer, he also packs a significant amount of value and actionable advice into the free wellness videos he posts online.

Thomas is constantly churning out new informational and strategic pieces on the ketogenic diet, inflammation, and weight loss. He has a unique way of providing some pretty high-minded scientific research in support of his tips and tricks but he conveys these details in a way that is easy to absorb and understand.

Thomas goes about making his videos with integrity and he displays a genuine care in wanting others to live healthy and fulfilled lives. In an industry that can often be plagued with ego and vanity, Thomas has a laid back and humbled approach to helping others. I have found him to be a trusted source of practical information.

Intermittent Fasting

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The 13 Best Motivational Videos From The Jocko Podcast

The Jocko Podcast

A Unique Approach To Empowerment

There is a wealth of content available in the world of leadership and peak performance that is affirming, inspiring, and cheerful.

Then there is The Jocko Podcast, hosted by retired Navy Seal Jocko Willink, that approaches life and empowerment in a different manner than most.

Jocko is not here to motivate you. He believes motivation is a failed concept. Jocko feels If you rely on motivation to get through the daily grind of life you will eventually get burned by it.

Discipline is the calling card for Jocko. Jocko touts discipline over motivation all day.

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The 5 Best Game of Thrones Podcasts

Game of Thrones

With the show being over after eight tumultuous seasons, perhaps we are a little late to the game recommending fan podcasts for HBO’s epic series Game of Thrones. However, the popular HBO series has reached the high water mark of its infamy and is still dominating the majority of water cooler conversations in offices and at parties alike.  

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The 13 Best Ketogenic Diet Videos By Dr. Eric Berg

The Ketogenic Diet

The ketogenic diet has been exploding in popularity lately. Initially designed decades ago as a dietary, therapeutic agent to combat epileptic seizures, it has more recently been adopted as a favored means to shed pounds, gain energy, and boost mental clarity.

The ketogenic diet is basically a diet composed of shifting around your macronutrient intake to favor fats, restrict carbs, and have a moderate amount of protein. When attempting to eat within this basic construct of the ketogenic lifestyle, challenges can and do arise.

There can be confusion on which of the three macronutrients is most important to focus on for success, in addition to encountering some common ketogenic pitfalls, like experiencing a foggy brain.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: Sports Wars - Brett Favre versus Aaron Rodgers

Sports Podcasts

Notorious Rivalries

Sports Wars is a brand new podcast offering from Wondery, one of our favorite and most consistent creators of incredible podcast content. Sports Wars looks to take an investigative approach towards deconstructing some of the most infamous and heated rivalries in all of professional sports.

In their first season, Sports Wars takes on a legendary quarterback battle that played out in the hallowed football grounds of Lambeau Field in Green Bay between Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers, both now rightfully cemented as legends of pro football.

In this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show we go deep down the field on Sports Wars.

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Podcasts To Listen To: Disgraceland - A True Crime & Music Mashup

Disgraceland Podcast

Our Beloved Musical Heroes

Rock and roll, through the wild personas that forged its musical landscape, has certainly had its fair share of dark and devious brush ups with the law over its storied history.

We as a society seem to revel in the legends of our rock heroes flirting with the occult, going head first into the abyss of drugs and alcohol, and even getting embroiled in alleged murders.

True crime has exploded for podcasts in recent history and Disgraceland is a new venture that adds a unique twist to the genre by focusing on crimes and stories that involve legends from the music industry. It is a brilliant twist that binds together two wildly passionate fan bases, true crime, and music, that are sure to be equally swept up by this unique mashup.

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The Bill Simmons Podcast - Most Downloaded Sports Podcast

Downloads Earned

The Bill Simmons Podcast is the most downloaded podcast within the sports category. That is quite the accomplishment for Simmons to pull off in an oversaturated podcasting landscape that is competing for fleeting and fickle attention spans.

Within minutes of listening to The Bill Simmons Podcast, it becomes evident to me why Bill and his prominent rotating crew of credentialed sports commentators have achieved such lofty heights in the world of podcasting.

And no, it has nothing to do with getting to hear my beloved Pearl Jam at the start of each show with Simmons having selected a live version of Pearl Jam’s “Corduroy” as his intro song for each episode.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: It Could Happen Here

It Could Happen Here Podcast

A Second Civil War?

It Could Happen Here podcast is a new podcast offering from the HowStuffWorks media network in partnership with iHeartRadio. It Could Happen Here looks to take a scenario or concept that seems far flung or never likely to occur and goes into exhaustive detail on explaining how it actually could happen. Hosted by journalist and author Robert Evans, season one of It Could Happen Here takes on the case that we in the United States could be heading towards a second civil war.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show we go deep on It Could Happen Here podcast.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: The Ron Burgundy Podcast

Stay Classy San Diego

Ron Burgundy is the iconic character created and portrayed by Will Ferrell in the all-time comedic classic movie Anchor Man but how does Ron Burgundy play in the medium of podcasting? On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep on The Ron Burgundy Podcast.

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The 9 Best Fantasy Football Podcasts To Dominate Your League With

Fantasy Football

NFL Fantasy Goes Mainstream

Football is king and that is a beautiful thing. While my interest in other professional sports has seemed to wane a bit as I have grown older and started a family, my passion for NFL football has increased tenfold and borderlines on an obsession.

There is no doubt that my love for fantasy football has fueled my continued and increasing interest in the NFL. The way that pro football is covered by major sports media these days, highlighting fantasy stats and catering to fantasy players, is a clear indication that I am not alone in this dual purpose interest in the NFL. The explosion of fantasy football and the ascension of the NFL seem to go hand in hand.

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Not Guilty Podcast By Parcast

True Crime Podcasts

The true crime genre in podcasting has exploded in recent years. It is a legitimate phenomenon with a staggering cross-section of different styles, approaches, and manners in which true crime podcast shows are produced.  

From principled investigative pieces like Murder On The Space Coast to raucous romps of criminality from our favorite rock stars on Disgraceland, there is a flavor of true crime out there for just about anyone with even the slightest pull towards the genre.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: The Rights To Ricky Sanchez - Sixers Podcast

Sports Podcasts

Philly Style

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is a Philadelphia Sixers podcast created and hosted by Spike Eskin and Michael Levin. It is a show that was born out of the passionate and diehard spirit of the “process truthers”, the legion of Sixers fans loyal to prior GM Sam Hinkie and his philosophy or purposeful tanking with the ultimate goal of assembling a star driven, championship caliber team.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show us two Philly dudes show some love to our Philadelphia brethren and go deep on The Rights To Ricky Sanchez podcast.

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Podcasts To Listen To: Whine Down With Jana Kramer

Whine Down With Jana Kramer

Jana Kramer is a singer, actress, mother, wife, and now a host of one of the most honest and soul-bearing podcast shows I have ever listened to.

Within minutes of the start of the show, Kramer opens up and shares about her love addiction and a previous one-week marriage to a guy who was 14 years her age who also used to be married to Christina Applegate.

The admissions were flying fast and furiously at the onset of the show and never seemed to let up one bit in this debut podcast episode through iHeart Radio.

Trust issues in the marriage, fantasies of being divorced and alone, her husband’s lack of sexual proclivity and her walking home from couples counseling sessions were all bandied about at a staggering pace.

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Podcasts To Listen To: Extraterrestrial By Parcast

Alien Visitations

Are we humans alone in the universe? For me, this ranks as one of the greatest mysteries of life right alongside pondering what happens after we die.

There have been some brilliant podcast episodes and series that have explored these themes. Adam Frank, a biophysicist, spoke with rather an assuredness on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast that mathematical probabilities point to the chance that there is life out there somewhere in the cosmos.

The End Of The World with Josh Clark delved deep into the Fermi Paradox, which simply yet profoundly asks if there is such a great probability of life out there in the universe then where are all the aliens?


Extraterrestrial Podcast

There is a new offering from the world of podcasting, Extraterrestrial from Parcast, that is taking a constructive look at previously reported alien encounters and doing so in a narrative retelling of their tales.

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