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Old 09-15-2019, 05:45 PM
 
Location: Colorado Springs
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Old 01-10-2020, 02:31 PM
 
Location: Dallas
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I’m surprised this got 0 comments. This was probably my favorite Joe Rogan interview ever and I’m a fan of his. I actually watched Jeremy Corbell’s documentary/movie with Bob before listening to the podcast, so I was able to keep up with almost everything being discussed. The documentary was terrible, I didn’t care for the narration, I didn’t like the sound or the music, and agree with pretty much everyone else on Jeremy coming off really annoying. I feel like the whole production takes away from what Bob has to say, and makes it seem more fake. That’s not really good when you’re trying to convince the audience that this crazy story is actually true.

In the podcast Jeremy wasn’t as bad. Bob was given lots of uninterrupted time to answer very good questions from Joe and Jeremy didn’t talk as much. I’d still like to see a one on one interview with Joe and Bob alone. I doubt that will ever happen because Bob appears to not enjoy the spotlight and hinted that this film was his last and final attempt to set the record straight. I have no idea if his claims are real or not he comes off as very honest and sincere and if he’s been lying all these years he’s very good at feigning his sincerity.

In the end it comes down to proof and Bob really never has come out with any.
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Old 01-10-2020, 06:33 PM
 
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Since your thread title gave me no indication as to what the thread is about; Tell me something.
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Old 01-10-2020, 09:20 PM
 
Location: Madison, Alabama
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I’m surprised this got 0 comments. This was probably my favorite Joe Rogan interview ever and I’m a fan of his. I actually watched Jeremy Corbell’s documentary/movie with Bob before listening to the podcast, so I was able to keep up with almost everything being discussed. The documentary was terrible, I didn’t care for the narration, I didn’t like the sound or the music, and agree with pretty much everyone else on Jeremy coming off really annoying. I feel like the whole production takes away from what Bob has to say, and makes it seem more fake. That’s not really good when you’re trying to convince the audience that this crazy story is actually true.

In the podcast Jeremy wasn’t as bad. Bob was given lots of uninterrupted time to answer very good questions from Joe and Jeremy didn’t talk as much. I’d still like to see a one on one interview with Joe and Bob alone. I doubt that will ever happen because Bob appears to not enjoy the spotlight and hinted that this film was his last and final attempt to set the record straight. I have no idea if his claims are real or not he comes off as very honest and sincere and if he’s been lying all these years he’s very good at feigning his sincerity.

In the end it comes down to proof and Bob really never has come out with any.
I haven't seen the documentary, but I agree completely with what you said about the podcast. Honestly, I've never heard of Joe Brogan, but did what I thought was a very open-minded interview and let the guest, Lazar, talk. I don't believe what Lazar has been saying over the years is factual, but that's because I consider it all too fantastic to be believeable. He definitely seems to be truthful.

I started watching/listening to the podcast thinking I'd just turn it off after a few minutes, but I stuck it out to the very end (other than a few minutes when they got off on a tangent talking about the makup of life and cyborgs) because it was interesting.
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Old 01-10-2020, 09:25 PM
 
Location: Outside US
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OP,

What's the topic?

I follow and watch Joe Rogan's show also.

But what is the topic of this thread?
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Old Yesterday, 06:17 AM
 
Location: Dallas
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OP,

What's the topic?

I follow and watch Joe Rogan's show also.

But what is the topic of this thread?
Bob Lazar: He claims to have worked at S4 in the 80’s which is a section of Area 51 (he makes a distinction in the interview but for this post my description will do) hidden in the side of a mountain. While there, he claims to have been working to reverse engineer the propulsion system on an alien spacecraft.

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I haven't seen the documentary, but I agree completely with what you said about the podcast. Honestly, I've never heard of Joe Brogan, but did what I thought was a very open-minded interview and let the guest, Lazar, talk. I don't believe what Lazar has been saying over the years is factual, but that's because I consider it all too fantastic to be believeable. He definitely seems to be truthful.

I started watching/listening to the podcast thinking I'd just turn it off after a few minutes, but I stuck it out to the very end (other than a few minutes when they got off on a tangent talking about the makup of life and cyborgs) because it was interesting.
Joe Rogan is great. He interviews a wide variety of people and covers a lot of different topics on his podcasts. This particular one with Bob Lazar just happened to be my favorite. I actually remembered Bob from some old shows that featured him in the early 90’s so he’s been around talking about this stuff for like 30 years.

He’s covered UFOs in a few other interviews. I was surprised all the crazy stuff Dan Akroyd believes in. He’s super A-list and believes all of this stuff. Akroyd could recall so many random facts and bring them up so fittingly in the conversation.

Joe also interviewed the Navy Pilot that was involved in the leaked Navy UFO video. That’s probably the most credible UFO story I’ve ever seen. That guy wouldn’t have made it as far in the military if he was some crazy alien nut. Jeremy Corbell is also on that podcast and after seeing that one I actually started to like Jeremy because he’s the one that got them to do the show. I’ll post a link at the bottom of this post just in case you’re interested in seeing them.

I’ve tried a couple of times to listen to Joe interview the Blink 182 guy who became a full time Ufologist but just couldn’t get into it.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4LIsLD3j0oQ


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Eco2s3-0zsQ
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Old Yesterday, 03:31 PM
 
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I haven't seen the documentary, but I agree completely with what you said about the podcast. Honestly, I've never heard of Joe Brogan, but did what I thought was a very open-minded interview and let the guest, Lazar, talk. I don't believe what Lazar has been saying over the years is factual, but that's because I consider it all too fantastic to be believeable. He definitely seems to be truthful.

I started watching/listening to the podcast thinking I'd just turn it off after a few minutes, but I stuck it out to the very end (other than a few minutes when they got off on a tangent talking about the makup of life and cyborgs) because it was interesting.
I wouldn't dismiss everything he said just because he came forward and it's seems fantastical. However, the number of different crafts and his description of the interior is something I never heard about before.

There's plenty of ex-USAF flightline specialists who believe we have the technology.

- the Phoenix lights sighting and tic-tac recently
- Chicago O'Hare
- Beijing Airport closed down due to UFO's
about 90% of the reports can be explained away while others are 99.9% irrefutable & unexplainable. We don't know everything about physics on our own planet if these UFO's can maneuver the way they do. We still have a lot to learn unless the Phoenix lights and tic-tac are own back-engineered crafts.
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Old Today, 11:16 AM
 
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I wouldn't dismiss everything he said just because he came forward and it's seems fantastical. However, the number of different crafts and his description of the interior is something I never heard about before.

There's plenty of ex-USAF flightline specialists who believe we have the technology.

- the Phoenix lights sighting and tic-tac recently
- Chicago O'Hare
- Beijing Airport closed down due to UFO's
about 90% of the reports can be explained away while others are 99.9% irrefutable & unexplainable. We don't know everything about physics on our own planet if these UFO's can maneuver the way they do. We still have a lot to learn unless the Phoenix lights and tic-tac are own back-engineered crafts.
Even if this is accurate, that alone brings up many good questions, such as, if they have had this kind of aircraft technology (and for so long), why is it not more widely used, like in the space program, or military uses. Currently the F35 is said to be the most advanced military fighter...but these unknown crafts blow them out of the water??!


Aircraft that are developed over time...do NOT remain secret or developmental/ experimental, FOREVER....eventually they become public knowledge and are widely used, the B2, the stealth bomber is a great example...at one time, it was experimental/ secret....but its not anymore.
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Old Today, 11:43 AM
 
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I don't think Bob said anything new, it's just that he got invited to be on the biggest podcast out there right now. I feel Lazar has stuck to his story over the decades (for the most part), it's still up to the you to decide whether you believe all of what he says, some of what he says or none of what he says!
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