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  • It's on me.

  • Here we go.

  • All right, We're alive.

  • We're alive!

  • Holy cow!

  • Hello, YouTube.

  • We are live in Phoenix.

  • We're at Comerica Theatre.

  • Jordan, Peters and guy on somehow hosting on his channel.

  • But that doesn't seem right.

  • We're about to do what are maybe 13 14 15.

  • They're all started to blend.

  • Yeah, good.

  • What?

  • You really stepped up Wardrobe department.

  • I feel very.

  • Are you looking sharp looking?

  • Sure this thing's been unbelievable.

  • It's It's pretty remarkable this theater Phoenix is one of the most interesting.

  • Once again, it's it's very big.

  • Yeah, it's just about each stories high.

  • So about about 4000 people waiting in there it's about 105 in Phoenix today.

  • Yeah, they're actually only here to purchase the orchid pretty much.

  • I literally went to the gym twice today to sweat indoors because it was so hot out.

  • But we've been bouncing around.

  • We just did three steps, three everything people and what I say to you every night I see it before we started that if you like everything that they say about this man about this tour, about everything going on, it's completely the reverse of the truth.

  • The interest?

  • Yeah, well, I spend lectures talking to people.

  • You sure?

  • About 100 and 50 people that I get to say hello to your hand and everybody has 15 seconds or so a story, but they're saying, Audio's really low audio's love.

  • All right, we're gonna talk louder.

  • Okay?

  • All right.

  • We're gonna talk louder.

  • Let's see if we can pick it up.

  • So yeah, a little letter G P.

  • So I talked to about 150 people afterwards, and they all have a story to tell me.

  • But most of the stories are variants on a theme, which is that they're happy to listen to the lecture because it's helping them clarify their thinking or providing him with words that they haven't had before.

  • You describe things they know to be true, or they tell me that they're doing better as a couple, or that there's a father and son.

  • There are father and daughter, mother and daughter, and they're getting along better.

  • Or it's a couple that's just decided to get engaged in.

  • Their relationship is better.

  • Father, who's doing better with his kids, none of its political, very little of its political Yeah, it's maybe it's maybe 10% political.

  • And I'll talk to the camera for a second for this because every day when they tell you that Jordan, you know it's angry.

  • White men, right?

  • That's it.

  • First off, it's, I would guess.

  • It's about 60 40 usually male to female.

  • There are gay people.

  • There are black people, white people, Asian people.

  • There were Muslims last night, and Jews, I mean the whole thing, all of that diversity that actually doesn't matter.

  • It's all there, and they just they just consistently lie about it.

  • Well, I think that it seems to me that be, Let's say, the mainstream media types that have bean pillorying me in various ways don't have a lexicon for dealing with a phenomenon that's primarily psychological.

  • They have to make this fundamentally political, even the political aspects of it, you know, in so far as I know the family, the radical leftists, for example, And by the way, you've been slamming the radical right, too.

  • I mean your whole thing.

  • I mean, this is the The irony of the situation is you talk about the identity, politics, right, and the danger of that as much almost on stage.

  • I don't like collectivist, so yeah, I think it's a bad route, and I think it takes us down to try the path.

  • And I think that the end destiny of a troubled path is bloodshed, and I don't care whether it's the left or the right.

  • I'm or perturbed about the left wing because of their dominance in the universities in particular.

  • And that's what that's where Lord this came from.

  • But it's the collectivist issue.

  • That's that's it has been almost everything that we've been talking about, but I'm talking about with the audience is about the Western tradition of individual responsibility, essentially also not individual rights, although they're they're part of the discussion.

  • Yeah, that's funny to be, but I would also say been in the collectivist Mexico and there's no such thing as free speech, and there's really no such thing as individual responsibility.

  • And so in so far as I'm able to make a case for that that makes me an enemy.

  • But even more important, it takes the dialogue outside of there, the way they frame the world.

  • They don't know what to do about it.

  • I don't know how to handle it.

  • So they invent an enemy essentially right.

  • They don't really do the work intellectually to counter the argument.

  • So they just do the same old thing we were saying right before we started how I didn't A year and 1/2 ago, we didn't even know each other.

  • You know, the first time we ever did anything together?

  • Waas.

  • I think it was November 2nd, 2016 inches a day or two before the American election.

  • It feels like a lifetime ago we did.

  • I just moved into my house.

  • I don't know my studio yet, and we did a little Google hangout thing and the audio was terrible in the video is bad.

  • And you were telling me the Pinocchio salary, which now most of your audience knows about and you were getting teary eyed and it and it ended.

  • And I thought, truly, I've been accepted to you.

  • I was like, I don't know exactly what to make of this.

  • And then subsequently you came on my show many times and we've done a couple hours together, and we'd sit down with the bureau and it's like every month or two months, this thing just levels up levels up, and it feels more real.

  • It feels more concrete on, uh, we're all kind of growing together.

  • But I gotta tell you, man, we crossed 600,000 YouTube subscribers.

  • I think on the same day you got, like, 1.2.

  • Right now I'm almost at 800.

  • I'm starting.

  • Stop.

  • I like competition.

  • I do like competition.

  • We do like that.

  • Yeah, but it's just so cool watching this whole thing grow.

  • Well, luckily, as hundreds of millions of people come online, we're not gonna run out of audience.

  • Yeah, because there's another two billion people to join.

  • What?

  • To join the Elektronik web With enough bandwidth to start streaming video so close to me, like this wolf online video and audio podcast world is just getting slates underneath it.

  • God only knows where it's gonna go.

  • All right, Well, since we're behind the scenes in the green room, just do a couple of behind the scenes thing.

  • First off, just how you feeling while doing this whole thing?

  • My health is improving very much, much, much better than I was a month incomparably better than I was a year ago.

  • So yeah, so that's really That's really working out.

  • Well, I'm having a very nice time with the audiences.

  • They're unbelievably.

  • Isn't it Incredible.

  • I mean, meeting these people just literally everything.

  • We haven't had one protester.

  • No, just everyone gets their planning.

  • Something in Portland.

  • Yeah, well, we'll see about that.

  • It's gonna happen.

  • It's gonna happen.

  • It's gonna happen Important.

  • But really, you know, every night after the show, you meet a certain amount of people afterwards, and I usually go out into the crowd.

  • Yeah, there's hundreds.

  • Sometimes thousands of people wait.

  • It's like they just want a hug.

  • You get to be a lot of hugs, vicious people.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • It's a good thing you're not a germophobe.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, Well, the everything do is if if I'm protested in Richmond or or Portland to any degree, I'm gonna videotape electorally and put it, put it online, and then people can see what's being protested.

  • Yeah, I think so.

  • I think that's the plan.

  • When we do these, they've pretty much been different every single night.

  • I mean, we've done about 15 shows.

  • I mix it up a little bit every night.

  • A couple jokes in there, that air the mainstays, some lobster stuff in the rest.

  • But you can't dispatch the log.

  • Lobsters have to be in there but you pretty much in the hour and 1/2 that you do.

  • And then, especially when we do the Q and A after, which is totally off the cuff.

  • You're kind of just going in and out.

  • And sometimes you do three rules.

  • Sometimes you do eight rules.

  • Sometimes you know the rules.

  • Yeah, it's kind of amazing.

  • Yeah, well, I'm trying to develop a very large corpus of stories around each of the chapters, and then I can mix and match them.

  • And I'm also trying to push the ideas that I've been developing in the book farther ahead with each talk.

  • Yeah, and so I spent a lot of time talking about the relationship between hierarchies and ghouls and and and difference in status.

  • Actually, that's been the main theme and the relationship between truth and quality of existence.

  • That's another one.

  • That is a very powerful, positive relationship.

  • They're necessary.

  • And so in all of those themes, you know, there's no end to the amount you could develop them, and each venue gives me an opportunity to push it a little bit farther and clarify what I'm thinking and get the story a little bit tighter and see how we are already and see how the individuals in the audience are reacting.

  • So and I like the fact that you opened with some with humorous intro and a theme.

  • Q And A has an element of lightness and comedy in it.

  • Because one of the things I learned a long time ago was that even if you dealing with something that's extremely serious, if you can't do it with the comedic touch, then you haven't got the balance, right?

  • Even if it's deadly serious stuff.

  • Yeah, and they they love it when you make them laugh sometimes accidentally, even like they're like they love that they really loved you Had a design.

  • Yeah, that's pretty cool.

  • All right, well, you got a show to do.

  • I guess I gotta show you.

  • But you really got to show you.

  • All right, guys, that's Jordan Peterson.

  • I'm David.

  • Would you tell these good people to subscribe to my channel, subscribe to Dave's damn champ needs?

  • The subscriber is flung far behind lobster.

  • Don't Don't make me the bottle.

  • lobster guys.

  • I get it.

  • He's the top lobster, but you look a second level lobster or something.

  • All right?

  • It's gonna be fun tonight, and we look forward to seeing you guys were doing this through through July, and then you're continuing in tow.

  • Yeah, maybe some temper, too.

  • Well, I'll jump back in September, All right?

  • Yeah.

  • Great.

  • Nice, Johnny.

It's on me.

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デイヴ・ルービンとジョーダン・ピーターソンがフェニックスでライブ (12 Rules tour) (Dave Rubin and Jordan Peterson live in Phoenix (12 Rules tour))

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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