Summary of Ep. 152 | 2 Bears, 1 Cave w/ Tom Segura & Joe Rogan

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In the video, Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss a variety of topics, including the idea of doing a sober October challenge, the negative effects of Progressivism on cities, and how to deal with predators in the animal kingdom.

  • 00:00:00 Bert is undergoing a double kidney transplant, and in his absence, Joe Rogan challenges Bruce Lee to an arm wrestling match.
  • 00:05:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss the idea of doing a sober October challenge, with Segura suggesting that the challenge could be something like wearing a strap to ensure that everyone is working on their 500 calorie a day workout. Segura also mentions that he filmed in two different places during the challenge - one in a theater and one at a comedy club.
  • 00:10:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss how Connecticut is the "dumbest" place in the United States. Segura grew up in Massachusetts, so he has a unique perspective on the state. He recounts a few of the funniest experiences he's had while living in Connecticut, such as when he went to Mohegan Sun Arena. The pair also discuss the negative effects of Progressivism on cities, and Segura shares a story about how he once gave away a pack of cigarettes to a friendly stranger.
  • 00:15:00 In this episode, Joey talks about the time he had Mark Zuckerberg on his show. They discuss Facebook's stance on banning certain topics on their platform, specifically the Hunter Biden laptop story. The FBI released a statement saying that what Zuckerberg said was incorrect.
  • 00:20:00 In the video, Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss Twitter censorship of an article about 2 bears, 1 cave. Twitter censored the article, but Facebook said it had some version of what Rogan said that sounded like he was candy coding.
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the increasing number of violent crimes, including a recent carjacking in New York City. The journalist discusses how criminals are becoming more brazen, as they know there are no consequences for their actions.
  • 00:30:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss a car heist that occurred in New York City. The two discuss the criminal mind of cops who become criminals, and how the legalization of marijuana has led to an increase in high-risk robberies.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, comedian Tom Segura and journalist Joe Rogan discuss the dangers of living near crocodiles. Segura re-posts a video of a crocodile eating a human corpse, to which Rogan responds with shock. Segura recommends that viewers follow a food account by the same name as a way to learn about cooking techniques. Rogan warns that crocodiles are now overpopulated and alligators are everywhere.
  • 00:40:00 Jim Shockey tells the story of how he killed one crocodile in Africa, which was a common occurrence. He also discusses the danger of hunting and how it's different for those who have never experienced it firsthand.
  • 00:45:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss how to deal with predators in the animal kingdom, specifically predators that have control over a pride of lions. Segura recounts an experience he had when he was a Taekwondo instructor and one of his students asked him how he would kill someone. Segura explains that he knew the student was involved in organized crime, so he decided to get out of Boston. Whitey Bulger eventually got caught because one of his victims recognized him and reported it to the FBI.
  • 00:50:00 In this video, two businessmen discuss how a bookkeeper for a number of bands stole three million dollars. The woman was eventually caught and is now in prison. The thrill of committing white-collar crime is described as being "exciting every day" and "Gotta Be thrilling."
  • 00:55:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss a man who was arrested for stealing Rolexes and posting pictures of them online. The man eventually went insane and stole even more expensive items.

01:00:00 - 01:45:00

In the video, Joe Rogan and Tom Segura discuss a range of topics including Francis Ngannou's journey to the Olympics, the Fatty Arbuckle scandal, sober October, and Joey Diaz's unpredictable behavior. They also share stories about their own experiences in the world of comedy and combat sports.

  • 01:00:00 In this video, two professional athletes, Joe Rogan and Tom Segura, discuss how people's houses can be worth a lot of money. Joe Rogan points out that Michael Jordan's house is likely worth more than 29 million dollars, and Tom Segura agrees. They also discuss the importance of having a home gym, and how Francis Gano, the UFC heavyweight champion, is a real athlete.
  • 01:05:00 In this episode of "Joe Rogan: Out Loud," comedian Joe Rogan and boxing commentator Tom Segura talk about the incredible power of Francis Ngannou, who won a bronze medal in the Olympics as a heavyweight. Segura notes that Ngannou doesn't need to learn how to kick, only how to move his head and put punches on people. He also shares an anecdote about Francis' difficult journey to the Olympics, which included hitchhiking, trying to cross into Europe, and being arrested multiple times.
  • 01:10:00 In this video, Joe Rogan and Tom Segura discuss 2 bears, 1 cave, and how one became a professional martial artist while the other became a successful chef. Joe Rogan then discusses a hypothetical situation in which a person cooks a steak in mayonnaise and then sears or flames it.
  • 01:15:00 In this episode, Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss a Hong Kong tailor who is known for his amazing suits. Dominic discusses some of the unusual techniques that he uses to make his suits look amazing. Joe Rogan finds the story of Fatty Arbuckle interesting, and Tom Segura points out how contagious enthusiasm can be for someone in the fashion industry.
  • 01:20:00 In this video, Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss the Fatty Arbuckle scandal, in which the former Hollywood star is accused of murdering and raping an aspiring actress. Segura notes that the article does not mention the alleged weight loss, which could be a red flag. Segura believes that the story may be a "rumor" and that more information is needed to confirm it.
  • 01:25:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss how sober October can be fun, with Joe Rogan asserting that cigars also give him a buzz. Bart, the third guest, talks about competing and how it has taught him to be more competitive.
  • 01:30:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss Joey Diaz and his unpredictable behavior. Segura notes that Joey knew he loved him unconditionally, even though he was troubled. Segura and Rogan discuss how Joey's unpredictable behavior has made it difficult for him to open for other big-name comedians.
  • 01:35:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss the pros and cons of doing comedy shows on different days of the week. Segura recalls a time when he toured with the real man of comedy, Charlie Murphy. He met Rogan during one of Murphy's stand-up shows, and the two became friends. Rogan tells a story about how he met Segura and how the two became friends. Segura says that he loves doing comedy shows because of the energy and excitement that they generate.
  • 01:40:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss podcasting, stand-up, and combat sports in general. Segura discusses how much he loves all of those things, and how he would never give up stand-up as the most fun because it is the most free and creative. He shares a story about meeting and hanging out with Israel Arasani, a kickboxer who has won titles in several organizations. Segura points out that Arasani's grappling skills are insane and that he is a very dangerous striker. Joe Rogan shares a story about how he was worried about Khabib Nurmagomedov's hands after he knocked Conor McGregor down.
  • 01:45:00 Tom Segura and Joe Rogan discuss Khabib Nurmagomedov's arm wrestling ability. Segura says there is no chance in hell Nurmagomedov would lose to an arm wrestler, and Rogan agrees.

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