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Joe Rogan Explains Why He’s Moving to Texas

Total201 Joe Rogan continues to make moves. Later this year, his industry-leading podcast, the Joe Rogan, Experience, moves exclusively to Spotify. This week, Rogan revealed he’s leaving Los Angeles and moving to Texas. “I’m outta here,” Rogan told Joe De Sena, the CEO and founder of Spartan and the Death Race. “I’m gonna go to More

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Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.

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  1. Rogan is great, but he is voting for Joe Biden too 🤦‍♀️

    Love this. Clay broadcasts, writes and Does more from his house in Nashville.

    Rogan and others are figuring out that quality of life is just as important as the cash you make. Maybe more important than the cash.

    I’ve been running my real estate & law biz from home for 20 years. Moved to Florida from DC, and I still do it.

    -Though I’m getting out of my industry slowly, being mobile and remote is important to me in whatever life I live Took me about 50 years to figure it out.

    And For the rest of my life going forward (52 years and 340 days old 🤓 that I am) , I plan to ‘live where I am’

    Bravo Joe!!

    • cool thing about America, or what used to be cool, is you can vote for whoever you want. Or you don’t have to vote (like me). If I voted, I’d probably vote for Trump, but that’s simply because I am a fiscal conservative who believes anyone who works hard can overcome a poorly dealt hand in this country. No handout given will ever be a big enough handout to appease the unappeasable.

      That said, who cares who Rogan votes for? Social media has made this country so ridiculously divided and political. Guess what? It will never end, and only get worse. The blame on Trump is simply because we’re becoming more and more of a social media based society, and people are too dumb to correlate.

      • I was locked on Twitter for tweeting to Jemele Hill the following :

        @jemelehill Wow, you finally didn’t tweet something totally retarded. Congrats.

        I appealed their decision, they denied. So now I don’t use Twitter. Stopped using Facebook 3 years ago. You know how much better my life is now that I don’t read the constant bullshit on those websites every day?

        Does Outkick align with my personal beliefs? For sure. Clay was a breath of fresh air over March and Jason has always been my favorite sports writer (being from Kansas). So I’ll just read this website and hang out with people I see eye to eye with rather than argue about stupid bullshit on Twitter with people I don’t know. The day I was locked from Twitter, I responded to a Tweet about how I thought it was pretty ridiculous my nephews couldn’t play baseball this Summer and someone responded telling me they hoped my nephews got covid and died. I wonder if that person was locked …

  2. I think Joe let the government of California off the hook ( to Chris Nazarian’s point, maybe because he votes Democratic). Being from Vegas, I have seen the amount of Californians pouring out of there for years. I sold my last house a few years ago to a Californian couple itching to get out of there. Even before the Coronavirus, there was a huge exodus due to the taxes, immigration and vaccination issues. The State radicalized to the left and is shooting for overreaching control of its population.

  3. I would love to see some stats on how common this movement is from places like LA, Portland, Minneapolis, Chicago, Seattle and New York.

    I pray they leave their politics there so the degradation doesn’t occur in the few sane places left to live.

  4. Rogan is good friends with Alex Jones, who’s based in Austin. I’m sure there were discussions there. Smart business and quality of life move. Rogan certainly does his own thing regardless of mainstream opinions, which is admirable.

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