Last month, Joe Rogan announced he is getting out of Los Angeles to move to Texas. Not long after, his people got busy building.
Rogan showed off an early look at his new set:
I must say, so far, it’s pretty disappointing. Can you say small? You’d think a $100 million man — that number must hurt the losers who fat-shamed him — would go for a massive, innovative set. Maybe the fun is slated for areas outside the recording room?
I was expecting a state-of-the-art man cave. One that puts Dan Patrick’s to shame. Patrick’s playground is the king of all hangouts. It has a full-size basketball court, a golf simulator, and a bunch of other unnecessary, badass items.
Rogan could’ve at least added a bar in the background instead of that average-looking flat-screen TV.
Okay, I’ll ask the question for you: where is the signature, enormous American flag going to go? (Put me down that it will be wrapped around the walls and ceiling.)
As for the show, the Texas location shouldn’t change the quality of guests. At this point, Rogan’s stardom exceeds nearly all of his guests. To go on the JRE, stars will make the trip to Texas.
By the way, that could be alarming for Los Angeles politicians. Upon arriving in Texas, rich celebrities could fall in love with the “freedom,” as Rogan puts it, of Texas. Translation: the idea of no state income taxes.
“I just want to go somewhere in the center of the country, somewhere it’s easier to travel to both places, and somewhere where you have a little bit more freedom,” Rogan explained.
Yes, and the taxes.