Joe was having a conversation with Cameron Hanes, a bowhunting athlete and a fellow podcaster. The conversation was about hard work, and the complaints one hears from people who don’t work hard. The two shared some gems any hardworking American can appreciate.
ROGAN: There are levels to this life. There’s levels to dedication, to discipline, to drive, to focus. To obsession. There’s levels to it. You don’t get to know yourself without struggle. You don’t get to know you boundaries unless you push them. You don’t get to know who you are really unless you’re tested.
HANES: And there are a lot of weak p*ssies out there.
ROGAN: There are a lot of p*ssies out there.
HANES:And those people drive me crazy, because everything you just said is so true. But there are so many people who stand on the sidelines saying, ‘oh, it must be nice to blah blah blah.’ It’s like, shut up.
ROGAN: Yeah, it is nice.
HANES: You worked your ass off.
ROGAN: It is awesome. But guess what? Come follow me, b*tch. Come do what I do. Good luck.
Hard work produces results. Not working hard produces excuses. Imagine that. We’re generally pretty big fans of Joe Rogan, and this is one reason why (related WATCH: Joe Rogan and Ben Shapiro Discuss Free Speech and Leftism and Joe Rogan Defends Police: ‘They Have an Almost Impossible Job…’). Working for what you want is the American way of life. But right now, America is witnessing a lot of whiners who just pout from the sidelines complaining about what’s “not fair.” It’s unbecoming. It’s annoying. It’s long passed time for it to stop.
Looking at college campuses and most leftist protests these days, Rogan’s sentiments won’t make as much common sense to a lot of people. But it should.
If you want to be great, you have to do great things. Which doesn’t include sewing pussy costumes or losing fights with signs. Here’s looking at you, Antifa.