A good episode. Actually most Joe Rogan podcasts are good, but I’ve always been a Brian Posehn fan so this one is better than most.
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Watch Ron Swanson (actor Nick Offerman), Megan Mullaly, and Alison Brie take bong hits.
During an episode of Penn Jillette’s podcast “Penn’s Sunday School”, he discusses the President’s marijuana policy and past drug use.
“If Obama had been busted for marijuana under the laws that he condones, would his life had been better?” Penn asks. “If he had been busted under his laws, he would have done hard fucking time. And if he had done time in federal prison — time for his weed ‘and a little blow’ — he would not have been President of the United States of America.”
I haven’t confirmed the numbers and statistics that Penn is giving, but he makes some good points.
BY JOHN DOYLE AND ROCCO PARASCANDOLA
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Singer Robin Thicke was arrested in Manhattan for marijuana possession, the Daily News has learned.
The award-winning R&B crooner was arrested at 12:25 p.m. by patrol officers who saw him smoking a joint while sitting in a Cadillac Escalade near 3rd Ave. and E. 21st St., close to Gramercy Park.
“He wasn’t driving,” a police source said. “He was sitting in the car. He was arrested and a small amount of marijuana was recovered on him.”
Thicke, 34, was in the Escalade with another person, the police source said, but Thicke was the only one arrested and then charged with possession of marijuana.
The singer was amiable throughout the arrest, another source said.
“He was taking pictures with the cops,” the source said. “They were coming over to him and getting autographs.”
It wasn’t clear where Thicke was heading, though he did provide police with a lower East Side address.
Thicke is married to actress Paula Patton.
The singer’s fifth studio album, “Love After War,” was released in December.
Thicke’s father is actor Alan Thicke, who is best known for playing Jason Seaver in the long-running sitcom “Growing Pains.”
The younger Thicke’s spokesman declined to comment.