If this image is accurate, that’s just jaw droppingly amazing… and sad.
I don’t know if any of you are aware of who Eithan Klein is, (He’s a popular YouTube influencer who may or may not be problematic himself - I wouldn’t know,) just tweeted:
Joe Rogan, who lives on elk meat, egg yoke and human growth hormones, with lungs full of tar, thinks he’s healthier than everyone.
This mfer is such a bitch that when he got covid, he threw “the kitchen sink at it” -if you’re so healthy just ride it out like you say a man should.
That’s not exactly how I would have worded that criticism, but it got a lot of attention online which lead me to the graphic above.
Is is legitimate? If so, that says a lot about new media, which is great, but content isn’t as ‘curated’ like it is with television.
I know my limits when it comes to my mental capacity. I have a pretty keen sense on who I believe to be intelligent and who’s an idiot that speaks with authority. I don’t understand why others don’t.
I don’t care about his eating and smoking habits; I heard someone say that if he wants to look like a Ninja Turtle, that’s fine, and I agree. Not everyone can be, or wants to be a Ninja Turtle though.
I’m sick of this guy and looked for recently threads pertaining to him, and I didn’t see anything really. I feel like he’s relevant, along with the way he got relevant, and if there’s anything we can do about it. Last I heard, a clip of his was banned on YouTube and I think he refused to do a show, (or multiple shows,) due to a vaccine mandates. I’ll look more into that.