The Joe Rogan Experience #1944 – Joe Rogan & Ryan Long
Ryan Long is a NYC Comedian who has amassed hundreds of millions of views with his viral videos. He is the currently the host of 'The Boyscast with Ryan Long' and releases a comedy sketch on his website every Monday morning. Ryan was the Creator, Star and Showrunner of the hit digital series ‘Torontopia’ on CBC Comedy, 'THAT GUY' on CBC Comedy, and the TV Series ‘Ryan Long is Challenged’ on BITE TV. Ryan has released two cutting edge standup specials, headlines clubs across North America, and has performed at the Just for Laughs festival, NXNE, Sirius XM’s Top Comic, and has appeared on MTV, NETFLIX, NBC and more. Ryan was also the Executive Producer of thehardtimes.net, and was nominated for 'Director of the Year' at The Notable Awards after creating 100's of hours of content for different platforms. In 2019 the culmination of Ryan's successful career allowed him to immigrate to America from Toronto, Canada with the 'Extraordinary Alien' Greencard where he has quickly become a household name in the New York club scene, podcast scene and comedy at large.
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Joe Rogan & Ryan Long - Glimpsing the Future of Aging and Identity
On a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Joe Rogan and comedian Ryan Long embarked on a journey into the future, exploring intriguing possibilities surrounding aging and identity. Their conversation offered a blend of scientific speculation and comedic insights, providing listeners with both food for thought and hearty laughs.
The Reversal of Time: The Potential of Aging Backward
With advancements in medical research and technology, the idea of reversing the aging process is no longer confined to the realms of science fiction. Rogan brought up experimental procedures on mice that hint at the potential of turning back the clock for humans. The duo humorously speculated on the scenarios that might arise, drawing parallels to the “Benjamin Button” phenomenon. The idea of individuals aging backward, turning into their younger selves, evoked a mix of awe and humor.
Humorous Takes on Age Identification
Transitioning from serious speculation to comedic takes, Long and Rogan delved into the humorous idea of adults choosing to identify as babies. The duo painted hilariously bizarre images of grown individuals attending preschool or attempting to acquire cigarettes, all while claiming the identity of a toddler. The segment served as a reminder of the unpredictable and often comical scenarios that could arise in a future where identity becomes fluid.
The conversation between Joe Rogan and Ryan Long offered a delightful mix of scientific speculation and humor. As they navigated the potentialities of the future, listeners were left contemplating the fascinating advancements on the horizon, coupled with the lighthearted reminders of the unpredictability of human behavior. As we look forward to what the future might bring, conversations like these serve as a blend of hope, humor, and a touch of caution.