Aaron Rodgers broke his silence after making the NFL fan base eagerly await a decision on his professional future. It seems as if the Hall of Fame-bound superstar quarterback could be heading to the New York Jets.
And if you didn’t believe in Rodgers’ psychedelic adventures, you must now. He must be tripping to think the latter stage of his career will end well with the Jets.
However, there’s a twist. Remember Rodgers handed the Jets a wish list of free agents? Perhaps they’ve shared psychedelic trips at one of Rodgers’ hot spots, and his mental alignment won’t work without his fellow anti-government, anti-vax brethren’s? Either way, the Jets signing isn’t official, and he’s already taking charge – a man’s man who stands up for his beliefs.
Funnily enough, these bozos on the east side are so desperate it looks like they’re allowing Rodgers to act as the Jets’ GM before getting his signature. Allen Lazard, Randall Cobb, and Marcedes Lewis were three of four free agent signings he requested the Jets to make, and Lazard has reportedly agreed on terms to a four-year contract already.
The other request, casually, is Odell Beckham Jr.
Jets: “What free agents do you want us to sign?”
Aaron Rodgers: pic.twitter.com/le77hEbhFh
— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) March 14, 2023
So now he’s an MVP quarterback currently playing with the Packers, an unofficial GM for the Jets, and apparently now a spokesperson for Psychedelics who will be the main event speaker at the Psychedelic Science Convention this summer. A man of many talents – we salute you, Aaron.
But let’s get to business; there are more important things in life – psychedelics! I don’t advocate for drug use, but I completely support a ‘do whatever the f— you want’ attitude. And for this reason, Rodgers’ is alright in my book. Who needs a Ph.D. to receive an invitation as a science convention speaker? Rodgers doesn’t – legend.
Rodgers will be speaking at The Psychedelic Science convention
An extensive list of nerds, sorry, I mean science experts and doctors will likely give long and boring workshops as they dive into the world of psychedelic science at this year’s upcoming Psychedelic Science Convention. But forget all the nonsense; we’re only interested in the true NFL pioneer of psychedelics, and that’s Aaron Rodgers.
Nobody likes Aubrey Marcus, but his podcast with Rodgers last year delivered some insightful thoughts from the multi-time MVP winner.
“To me, one of the core tenets of your mental health is self-love,” Rodgers said. “That’s what Ayahuasca did for me, was help me see how to unconditionally love myself.
“It’s only in that unconditional self-love that then I’m able to truly be able to unconditionally love others. And what better way to work on my mental health than to have an experience like that?”
Self-love, damn. Do you know how many times I’ve attempted self-love and received nothing in return? Thank you, Aaron; I’ve seen the light.
As I sit here teary-eyed from the heart-warming words of Rodgers, I’m searching for ayahuasca experiences online because he’s claiming psychedelic drugs are the reason behind his back-to-back MVP-winning seasons. There’s hope for us all, kids, experiment with psychedelics and become your best self. Furthermore, this man can deliver a speech worthy of Presidential candidacy.
Screw Cancel Culture
Cry me a river. I couldn’t imagine taking the actions of people I don’t know and will never meet to heart. But here we are, 2023, and cancel culture jerks are still attempting to “cancel” open-minded, free thinkers who don’t necessarily agree with their thought process.
Rodgers isn’t the only celebrity on his spiritual journey through the use of psychedelics. But as the little woke beta-bitches of the media world love to attack highly paid athletes and figures who sit outside the box, he’s one of the guys receiving backlash.
Do you know who didn’t receive backlash for their unrestricted drug use? This is who:
- Paul McCartney – Loved acid.
- Miley Cyrus – Hannah Montana loves Ayahuasca.
- Seth Rogan – Done it all.
- Sting – Peyote supporter.
- Lamar Odom – Oh, wait, maybe he isn’t the best example.
- Mike Tyson – Knockout DMT.
- Magic Mushroom Enthusiasts – Kristen Bell, Harry Styles, Chelsea Handler, Post Malone, Nick Kroll, and Susan Sarandon.
The list goes on…
And it would be disrespectful not to mention this man while discussing psychedelics and cancel culture. He’s one of the originals for psychedelic drug experiences and one of the last remaining alphas knocking the crap out of cancel culture… Mr. Joe Rogan.
Joe Rogan opens anti-cancel comedy club: ‘I’m drunk and on mushrooms in my new club!’ https://t.co/duz321z8Pl pic.twitter.com/qAWlDWkXKa
— New York Post (@nypost) March 10, 2023
This new comedy club looks dope and is the first of its kind. Outside of physical abuse and perhaps repeatedly-made mistakes regarding sensitive topics such as racism and hate, nobody deserves to lose their entire career based on the publications and hate campaigns created by narrow-minded pricks.
I love my job; it lets me write what I want and how I feel. However, I would never abuse that power to drag somebody into the mud – unless they’re truly the scum of the earth. Raising hate campaigns for the likes of Aaron Rodgers or Joe Rogan and relating their drug use to some of their open-minded opinions is low-balling, distasteful, and nothing more than a gateway to display your self-hatred and unhappiness. People love to hate on subjects they don’t understand – You wish you were half the man Rodgers’ and Rogan are, sorry, not sorry.
You think you know somebody based on what you’ve read or what you’ve heard, and I bet half of you assumed I’m a right-wing loon – think again, I make bad jokes and enjoy poking fun – there’s more than meets the eye. Actually, if you’re reading this article, you’ll likely own a brain cell and take the humor with a pinch of salt. But for the 1%, stop judging, free your spirit, and stop aligning yourself with cancel culture movements just because you don’t agree with another person’s actions.