Sevan Matossian (00:00):
He told me he was going to be on today. Bam. We’re live. Sorry, I haven’t sent you the notes yet. Oh, no. I wonder if the notes are going to be all fucked up. I just saw that they were open on this. Oh, please don’t be fucked up. Oh, no, they’re not. That’s awesome.
Caleb Beaver (00:27):
Sevan Matossian (00:27):
Here we go. How are you?
Caleb Beaver (00:30):
Good. How are you?
Sevan Matossian (00:31):
Awesome. I didn’t even sleep very much and I woke up feeling like just crazy invigorated and passionate and some mornings I’m like, oh my God, how am I going to do this show? I can’t even open my eyes. And then this morning I was like, oh, I can’t wait to get in there. Okay, set. The reason why I keep be showing up late every day now is I’ve pushed my alarm out 15 minutes trying to get an extra 15 minutes of sleep.
Caleb Beaver (01:02):
Does that fuck with your schedule,
Sevan Matossian (01:03):
Like your routine in
Caleb Beaver (01:04):
Sevan Matossian (01:05):
I keep fucking around still. I keep fucking around. This morning was one of those showers too where I use a bar of soap and the bar of soap was like I had to work to keep it in my hand. When there’s so little left, it’s just like a little sliver. It’s
Caleb Beaver (01:22):
Like just in the balm. Just that
Sevan Matossian (01:24):
Part. Yeah, and then it falls on the ground and you got to pick it up and you’re just like, fuck. And you’re trying to use your pubes to suds it up and lather it up. I had washed my dick probably 20 times. Sticks. I’m trying to, I use that tough of pubes to lather up the soap.
Caleb Beaver (01:40):
Yeah. You don’t use the Lofa?
Sevan Matossian (01:44):
No. I had these bars of soap that I got from Portsmouth CrossFit. You know how they sell that soap? What’s that stuff called? Doc Martin.
Caleb Beaver (01:54):
Sevan Matossian (01:55):
Doc Spartan. I’d gotten a bunch of bars of soap from them with Lofas in them. I like the idea of it, but you have to be tactful. It’s like soak around the loofah. Yeah, because it gets rough and shit.
Caleb Beaver (02:07):
Sevan Matossian (02:08):
Makes sense. Cans the lap. I love a good Tuft lather. Yeah, Tuft lather. Yeah. There you go. Thank you. Wow. God. I was thinking about how fortunate we are in this show to have things like the Mike TIUs and then the I just like threads. Hey, yo. Good morning. Good morning. I love Threads. Not the Instagram thing. I just like when we have the cross T a d, what is it? T H R E A D Thread. Yeah. That hold the show together.
Caleb Beaver (02:48):
From show to show you mean?
Sevan Matossian (02:50):
Yeah. When Jeremy E World had the liberal girlfriend, that was for me, that was the dream scenario, and now we have Mike Witts and I just love it. It’s just such a fun narrative to keep up on storyline. Thank you. From a school teacher. I love that whole show together. That thing just keeps giving. I’m just going to assume that everyone’s caught up. If you’re not caught up,
Caleb Beaver (03:25):
You watch the clip that just got posted on our clip channel.
Sevan Matossian (03:29):
Oh, does it sum it up? Is there a summation of it?
Caleb Beaver (03:32):
Yeah. What did it say? It’s something about full psychological analysis of the fittest Dwarf.
Sevan Matossian (03:41):
Oh, is that on our clip channel or no, that’s on our channel. Channel.
Caleb Beaver (03:45):
Oh, it’s on our channel. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (03:46):
Yeah, yeah. I exported one and it came out as three minutes and 30 seconds and I was like, that’s weird. So I re-exported it again as a 19 minute version, Seon and the Angry Dwarf. Wow, wow, wow.
Mattew Souza (04:04):
Mattew Souza (04:04):
The name of this saga.
Sevan Matossian (04:08):
Wow. Mike McCaskey Widia apparently blocked seven Eastes who never commented on
Mattew Souza (04:19):
Sevan Matossian (04:20):
Lauren Fisher’s post or any other related to him. Oh yeah, I’ve heard that. That he’s just going through and anyone who’s affiliated with the show is getting blocked. That’s really incredible. Avon and the Angry Dwarf. Wow. Leon, that’s where is Leon? Is that like Mount Everest or some shit? Yeah. What’s going on there?
Mattew Souza (04:42):
Afghanistan Mountains. Kandahar searching for Bin Laden there.
Sevan Matossian (04:46):
Oh, you think he’s a mill guy?
Mattew Souza (04:47):
No, I don’t know. I just was building a story around it.
Sevan Matossian (04:51):
He’s got the walking sticks. You see him in the back of his backpack.
Caleb Beaver (04:54):
That means he’s serious.
Sevan Matossian (04:55):
Yeah, it does. Right? Hey, that’s the thing with those things, those things scream pussy, but they’re actually the opposite. I think if you have walking sticks Yeah, you’re You’re legit. Yeah. It’s like wearing a helmet when you’re skiing. It’s like, yeah, that dude fucking is bombing off course. It’s not that he’s a pussy. It’s like, oh, shit.
Mattew Souza (05:17):
Sevan Matossian (05:18):
Yeah. So there’s people complaining that they’re not, that is kind of the thing. It’s become a badge of honor. Everyone’s complaining that they’re not blocked.
The bur dude, I can’t believe the other guy. The other guy is the guy who also, we’ll talk about him in one second. Tim Murray has Tater tot as his Instagram handle, and then you got a swoosh acting like the victim. So there is, Andrew Hiller got kicked off of Instagram and Instagram didn’t do on their own. Obviously someone has reported him for some violation. It’s because he sells. I think it’s because he sells programming, but he didn’t have the account registered as a business account. And I’m sure there’s millions of people out there who haven’t filled out the right check, the right box. And so he has an Instagram account taken away because someone pointed that out to Instagram. So he’s been posting on Twitter, and yesterday Hiller posted on Twitter that Mike TIUs, the fittest dwarf, I guess it was a tie between him and this guy, Tim Murray and Tim Murray. If you go to his Instagram account, he posted the picture and it shows him and Witts. But Witts erased Murray. He erased the guy he tied with. He fucking photoshopped him out. Oh, here it is.
Caleb Beaver (06:56):
That’s the original.
Sevan Matossian (06:59):
That’s amazing, dude.
Mattew Souza (07:02):
He didn’t have time’s space with anything either.
Sevan Matossian (07:08):
That’s amazing. Some
Caleb Beaver (07:09):
Lettering here in the middle.
Sevan Matossian (07:12):
Hey, you would’ve think at least he would’ve wrote, he should have done something funny like put some other guy.
Mattew Souza (07:18):
Sevan Matossian (07:18):
You know what I mean? God
Mattew Souza (07:23):
Caleb Beaver (07:23):
Another picture of him or something,
Sevan Matossian (07:24):
Or put Rich Froning in there. Put Rich Frons head on Tim’s head. And what’s crazy is it looks like someone at CrossFit took the time to make them each their own. Right? So the one that Mike TIUs had, they made him more prominent and the one Tim Murray had, he’s more prominent, but yeah, he just fucking, which speaks volumes about his character. They’re also to come full circle in the irony this, you guys are not going to believe. Oh yeah. And Witts even gay, this guy even left in Witts is the whole writeup. This Tim Murray guy Whits grew up wrestling competitively. God, wow. He could have even put himself first if he wanted, right?
Caleb Beaver (08:13):
Yeah. He could have done whatever he wanted when he
Sevan Matossian (08:14):
Reposted it. Oh no. This is CrossFit games’ account, though.
Mattew Souza (08:17):
It looks like a,
Caleb Beaver (08:18):
It’s Tater tom. Oh, it’s
Mattew Souza (08:20):
Posted that? Yeah. Oh,
Sevan Matossian (08:24):
Crazy. Philip Kelly, tater tots a good dude.
Mattew Souza (08:29):
The People’s champ now. That’s
Sevan Matossian (08:32):
Right. Oh, should have put Colton Merton’s in there also. Fair
Man, this is crazy. I don’t know if you have this video, but this whole thing kind of, this whole fun circus started because of a movie clip. Lauren Fisher posted her, well, I shouldn’t say it. Started there. Part where the story picks up where it gets fun in Mr. Whittier’s life is Lauren Fisher posted a clip from Tropic Thunder, not Tropic of Thunder, but Tropic Thunder, and it’s a clip where Robert Downey Jr. Says, you never go full retard. Sorry. You never go. Full retard. Oh, here it is. Thank you. God. Look at you, Kayla. This. This is what started it all. Okay, here we go. Action.
Speaker 6 (09:25):
Everybody knows you never go full retard. What do you mean? Check it out?
Sevan Matossian (09:31):
That’s what started it all. That guy got upset. Mike Witts got upset because she used a clip from a movie to describe how she performed in one of the workouts, and that guy got crazy angry and flipped his shit. It’s started trying to get her canceled and shit. Right. Started writing to her trainers and sponsors and all this shit being like, Hey, tried to cancel her.
Speaker 7 (09:59):
No, I didn’t. I tried to talk to her nicely at first and told her to take it down, and when she wouldn’t listen to me, that’s when
Sevan Matossian (10:06):
I did it. Oh, okay. Sorry. My bad. My bad. First he told her to take it down and she didn’t. But please bear with me. I think the spirit of the show story is quite accurate. I don’t think I need to talk about all the steps he got to before. We didn’t follow his rules and he starts canceling people. Well, I don’t know if Caleb has it, and this is no surprise, but here is Mr. Witts making fun of a dwarf black man, mentally challenged to use his vernacular man in the same way, but worse than what Lauren Fisher did. This is a character named Beetlejuice who for some reason, Mr. Witts thinks it’s okay to drag into the dirt and use as an example of someone who’s not listening to their coach. And you knew this was going to happen. This reminds me of the Republican congressman who can’t stop talking about how much he hates homosexuals.
And then the very next week we find out he’s getting a blowjob in the bathroom at fucking O’Hare airport paid 50 bucks. For those Republicans who do that, they just, I hate gays. I hate gays. And next thing you know, he’s sucking dicks somewhere. This is fucking crazy. This is from this dude’s Instagram account. A Mikey Swoosh one, Michael TIUs. This is a thousand times more offensive than anything that Lauren posted when your cross coach catches you not doing the warmup and it shows a fine African male, mentally challenged dwarf as the example for, I dunno. I presume it’s, I presume it’s making fun of him, right? I’m sorry, I’m reading into it because I also think, I actually think it’s funny. I admit, I admit, unlike others.
Mattew Souza (12:04):
Oh, you found the humor in it.
Sevan Matossian (12:06):
Yeah, I did thank Hang me from a tree. You say Hang me from a tree. Sorry. Sorry. Electric white guys get electrocuted. Oh shit. Electrocute me in a chair. Sorry. I didn’t mean to culturally appropriate how black people are killed. I meant get back. No, I’m Armenian. A timing to a tree post. Chop my head off. I have to stick to my own death metaphors.
Mattew Souza (12:32):
Yeah, I get it. Right. Let’s not offend anybody.
Sevan Matossian (12:35):
David Weed. Why are you still talking about this? Come on, man. Stop it, dude. Whatcha talking about fucking Someone said that they were going to make me some artwork of the evil characters in the Seon Podcast Pantheon. Oh,
Mattew Souza (12:50):
Sevan Matossian (12:52):
Yeah, like Rosa Sporty Bath.
Mattew Souza (12:56):
It’s like a comic book. You know what I mean? When they have the big post there for the whole series.
Sevan Matossian (13:04):
I was thinking this morning, as many of you know, I lived in neighborhood where I was the only white dude. It was just all black dudes except for the Chinese dude who sold heroin and it was all black dudes except for me for two years. And then as a lot of, I lived on the driveway, mentally disabled adults for five years. I lived on the driveway with eight mentally disabled adults. I ran that home. I lived in a motor home on the driveway 24 hours a day I was with them. I started off there as low man on the totem pole. When I left, I had 20 people working for me. It’s where, well, I wouldn’t say it’s where I met my wife. I met my wife a little bit before that, but she worked there too. And I was also thinking, you know what gives me more black cred?
You know how people are like, well, I have some black friends. Well, I have some gay friends. I was thinking this morning in the shower, I’ve picked up more black hitchhikers than anyone, anyone listening to the show right now than anyone I’ve ever met in my life that’s got to give me, and I didn’t pick up a single one of them because they’re black. Now you think, how many black hitchhikers have you picked up? I was trying to think. I think I’ve only picked up like eight or 10. I was trying to think, but I’m going to give myself a dozen. I must have forgotten some. And I know it’s not a big number.
Mattew Souza (14:28):
It’s more than I’ve never picked a hitchhiker in my life.
Sevan Matossian (14:31):
Most people have never picked up a hitchhiker, let alone a black hitchhiker. That’s got to give me crazy cred. I digress. I digress. And some of you who listened to the show closely know why I picked up hitchhikers. I was fortunate enough to get a new car and I just felt this obligation to help people. My mom probably would’ve never bought me a car if she knew that was going to be the destiny of
Mattew Souza (15:04):
She’s going to drive around and pick people up off the road.
Sevan Matossian (15:07):
I just committed to just doing that kind of shit. But when I got it, but my life has come full circle, even though I don’t work at CrossFit anymore. I don’t work at a home for disabled adults anymore. I don’t live in a neighborhood full of black people. There’s not a single black person in my neighborhood now. Not even none. There’s more Native Americans in my show. You how few black people there are in my town. There’s more Native Americans in Santa Cruz than blacks. And yet my whole life now is those three topics kind of mentally challenged black culture, probably me. That’s me. I’m the black man. I’m the only black guy in my life. And then what was the third thing? A CrossFit. That’s it. I’m living the perfect life. My three areas of expertise are now,
Mattew Souza (16:04):
Yeah, a lot of balance, a lot of synergy there.
Sevan Matossian (16:07):
And my newest hobby is cancel culture, and I’ve brought the fight to my front yard so I don’t even have to go out and fight it. I just chum the water and it came to me and now I can just sit back and yeah. Did you see my baseball throw yesterday?
Mattew Souza (16:23):
Sevan Matossian (16:25):
Did you see that shit,
Mattew Souza (16:26):
Mattew Souza (16:27):
The one in the long John? Yeah, I
Sevan Matossian (16:28):
Caleb Beaver (16:30):
Those were not long johns. Those are straight up tight.
Sevan Matossian (16:33):
No, they’re long johns. I think they might be. They’re just too small on me. Hey, I’m going to tell you, this is a true story. Afterwards, I thought I should have stuffed my pants. If I ever do that again, I’m putting something in my pants.
Mattew Souza (16:49):
Caleb Beaver (16:49):
Put at least two baseballs down there.
Sevan Matossian (16:51):
I’m not joking. I wish I would’ve stuffed my pants. Hey, Jeff Baco. He’s a pinhead dude. He’s a cinder block head. What are you talking about? That dude’s head’s huge. That dude, Mr. Witts got a big old fucking, he’s probably Jewish. He probably got a giant Jew brain in there. My son has a giant head like that giant Jew brain. Look at this. Yeah, yeah. Look at this. Here we go. Look at me. It’s
Caleb Beaver (17:16):
Going to take a while to get the distance and hey,
Sevan Matossian (17:19):
Three years ago I grew weeded in those black bags there. See those black bags? And I bought them. They held 20, they’re cloth bags and they held shitloads of soil. They open up huge. And I had 50 marijuana plants growing in my backyard.
Mattew Souza (17:35):
Sevan Matossian (17:36):
Yeah. And I’ve never, now those bags lizards live in them, so I feel bad because they’re always hot. Look at this. Look at this. 23 paces, one shot.
Mattew Souza (17:47):
Sevan Matossian (17:48):
Believe the audio on that. Caleb, look at that shit, dude. Hey, that’s one in our fucking chat. Remember when that guy threw the baseball at the pitcher and he’s like, Hey, you can’t do that. I’m like, are you kidding me?
Mattew Souza (18:01):
Sevan Matossian (18:02):
I have a laser focus
Mattew Souza (18:06):
Laser. I just love your celebration. How poked you are,
Sevan Matossian (18:11):
John Williams. The wit situation needs to be discussed. Keep it up. Sevan. Hey, that’s also more proof that I’m black, by the way. No Armenian man has that kind of athleticism. We’d be selling jewelry and carpets and shit. Thank you Mr. Williams. I appreciate it. Yeah, it’s fucking nuts, Mr. Williams. Hopefully John, we’ll have Tim Murray on and find out how he takes the whole thing.
Mattew Souza (18:45):
Sevan Matossian (18:46):
It’s just crazy. And here’s the thing too. Let’s say that there was something wrong with what she did. Let’s just say, and I’m open to what she did was 5% wrong. Some people got their feelings hurt. We don’t want to hurt people’s feelings. Your action didn’t warrant the crime. It’s like, dude, your action would be like, Hey, Lauren, I got a retarded sister. And just so you know, that shit hurts. Sorry you lost the 25 grand. It’s still a funny clip. I know, but I’m just saying love you girl. That’s it, dude. That’s what that warranted. If that, then you got it off your back and you got it off your back, and then it’s cool and she knows, and then maybe she’ll think twice, but contacting Max l Hodge training, think tank
Contacting CrossFit, because I called you out. Hey, here’s another thing that I always forget. We were in the street fighting dude, and you went full nuclear. You went inside and got a gun. If you want to fight on the internet, let’s just fight on the, we can fight on the internet. It’s all cool. But you went full nuclear. You’re trying to get people fucking canceled. Dude, I would never, ever in a million years call your job. I would never go anywhere where your money is. Now, I know some people are like, well, you’re stupid civil and you don’t understand, blah, blah. Fine. I am stupid. But dude, come on, dude. Learn how to fight a little bit. The burpee dude, 23 paces at se, height and stride length. Not impressed. Hey, I was trying to make some extra kind of big steps, not only so I could flex the ham, but I was trying to take some bigger steps. You
Speaker 9 (20:56):
Stride out a little bit.
Sevan Matossian (20:59):
No planning for that either. I’m not like, okay, this morning I’m going to make an Instagram clip. It was literally like I was in the garage. I was riding the assault bike for a few minutes, and then I spent $2,000 of our money yesterday. Susan, I have to on throwing lessons or what? Dickhead No, I’ll tell you, it’s going to, our bank account’s going to probably end up becoming like our Instagram account. You’re probably going to get fucking banned from it. Caller Hi. Hello? Caller. Hello? Did I lose you? Sorry. No, no. Caller. Hey. Caller. Yeah. What? Oh, it’s fake. It is faint. Yeah. Hold on. Hold on. Caller. Sorry, hold on. Hold on. I bought a new road caster too. Oh, awesome. I’m sorry. Hold on. Caller.
Speaker 9 (22:04):
Hold on. Just wanted to ask. Oh, go. Do you think that the adaptive division and pretty much all divisions besides individuals, elite individuals and team should be cut from the CrossFit games and maybe have those represented at their own competition or a fitness festival like Guap Palooza, something along those lines. It seems like a lot of actually a headache for CrossFit. So just wanted y’all’s take on that.
Sevan Matossian (22:35):
What do you think? What do you think? I personally don’t care either way. Here’s my two thoughts. One, I if they do cut it, that kind of sucks. I like the thought of keeping the community together. Two, I like it if they do cut it and they can let more athletes participate from the adaptive and the age group, then I like it. So I guess some nuances depend, right?
Speaker 9 (22:59):
Yeah, no, for sure. Done right. I think it would be a win-win because all of the eyeballs are kind of on the individuals and team anyway during the CrossFit games. And I know Mikey like Judge Logan, they’re awesome. He doesn’t speak for all the adaptive, but he definitely had this sense of entitlement in a reel he put out. And just from other things that I’ve gathered and I kind of feel like,
Sevan Matossian (23:29):
What’s the entitlement? You’re saying Jedediah had some entitlement?
Speaker 9 (23:32):
No, no, no, no, no, no, no. I’m saying I like Jed. Some of the other guys. Logan, I mean some of the athletes that you
Sevan Matossian (23:41):
Had. Who’s Logan?
Speaker 9 (23:44):
Wasn’t he though? One arm dude, Logan. Oh,
Sevan Matossian (23:46):
Speaker 9 (23:49):
Oh yeah. Maybe I’m thinking of Casey. Sorry.
Sevan Matossian (23:52):
Casey’s barely adaptive. I’d probably make him go individually, Lee.
Speaker 9 (23:58):
Well, yeah, they’re great guys. I was saying Mikey doesn’t speak for them. I know, but Mikey himself, the wit guy seem to have this,
Sevan Matossian (24:06):
The wittiest guy, Michael Witts, the guy that’s like the dwarf.
Speaker 9 (24:12):
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Him.
Sevan Matossian (24:13):
Speaker 9 (24:15):
Swish or whatever.
Sevan Matossian (24:16):
Speaker 9 (24:18):
No, I was just saying he seems to have kind of this sense of entitlement and I was just thinking, Hey, maybe all parties are better served if the CrossFit Games just simplifies the structure and focuses on individuals and team. I know you kind of hate sometimes when it’s compared to other sports, but the N B A finals is that’s what you get. It’s two teams or the Super Bowl. It’s one final competition. Best of the best. So I get the whole community aspect. I was just kind of curious on y’all’s stake. I’m not really an og. I do CrossFit, but I’ve been following it for maybe the last five or six years, but wasn’t around during the Froning era or anything like that.
Sevan Matossian (25:07):
Let me paint just a couple pictures for you here. Just some ideas. I’m not one way or another. I like the idea of the CrossFit games as being like a festival more than a sporting event. I like it to be more like how I pictured Woodstock to be. I like to think of it as a place where my boys are going to hold hands with a girl for the first time or kiss a girl under the benches for the first time. I like to think of it as a place where, not where it’s a family event, where there’s not necessarily, there’s a campground there where maybe a few 16 year olds are smoking weeded, but it’s a really cool family event. I like the idea of those Christian guys having a service there on site. I like the idea. I like the festive community part of it so much.
I don’t know if you’ve been to the Mr. Universe contest or the Arnold, but these aren’t community events. They’ve turned into just giant gross perversions of what human beings should look like. Every single person there has plastic surgery is on steroids. And when I say every single one, I mean more than 51%. And it’s a bizarre, bizarre fucking freak show. And I’m afraid that if you pull out the adaptive and the masters and the teens and the teams and you start separating it that this individual thing is going to lose its festival community piece that I really like. People came in there and turn into just a fucking freak show of people who have some pathological need to work out. Thank you.
Speaker 9 (26:31):
Yeah. Yeah. No, that’s a great take. I appreciate
Sevan Matossian (26:33):
It. Yeah, so that’s kind of where I’m at, but I’m open whenever people are like crossroads making too many changes. I’m a huge proponent of the constantly changing. I have no problem with the only place I feel some sympathy, and it’s not even empathy for the athletes and the changes is all the videoing that needs to be done. That shit is stressful as fuck. To do a workout, you got to have your camera backup camera, a different angle, weigh the weight. That just, but other than that, fuck it. Change shit every year. I don’t give a shit.
Speaker 9 (27:05):
Yeah. It’s stuff to talk about too is the changes themselves are kind of sources of conversation for analysts and whatnot. So yeah. No, I think that was a great take. I really have no opinion on it. I was just curious what you guys thought. How old are you?
Sevan Matossian (27:21):
How old are you?
Speaker 9 (27:25):
Sevan Matossian (27:26):
Are you married? Yeah. Oh, okay. But if you were, as a young man, as a 21 year old man, it sounds like it’s fun to go with five of your friends camp at the CrossFit games and meet some cool girls and watch some people work out.
Speaker 9 (27:38):
Yeah. Yeah. No, it definitely sounds great.
Sevan Matossian (27:41):
I mean, it sounds like a dream. I hope my boys do that. Load up an RV and fucking go to the CrossFit games to watch people work out and meet girls. Hit on girls.
Speaker 9 (27:49):
Heck yeah. It’s a romantic idea. I like it.
Sevan Matossian (27:52):
Yeah, totally healthy environment. Fun. You’re doing Fran instead of fucking Fentanyl. Impressive.
Speaker 9 (27:59):
Always a better option.
Sevan Matossian (28:01):
Hey, there should be a workout called Fentanyl. I dunno if Dale l King will like that. By the way, I started watching Dale King’s movie on fentanyl and Portsmouth CrossFit and its effect on the city of Ohio. That’s an incredible movie. That’s an incredible movie. I watched the first half.
Speaker 9 (28:18):
I’ll have to look it up. I haven’t heard of that
Sevan Matossian (28:20):
Yet. It premieres in October. October. I’ll have Dale King back on the show. We’ll have Dale King back on the show and it’ll be cool.
Speaker 9 (28:28):
Sick. Hey. And I want to say too, on the topic of movies, this was something crazy. I just thought about it right now. I listened to Jim Kiesel on the Jordan Peterson podcast and he was talking about the Sound of Freedom movie. I start afterward. I never saw
Sevan Matossian (28:49):
That. Did you see it?
Speaker 9 (28:51):
That was the hardest podcast I’ve ever listened to. I mean, I had to stop and it was during work, and I even started crying a little bit, so maybe T m I. But it was tough. So I don’t know if I’ll be able to watch the movie. But anyway, I shared a link afterward to the podcast and then also to their donations page. And I’ve had Facebook since probably around, I don’t know, oh 9, 0 8, something like that. And I’ve never, ever had a post that didn’t have a single, and this post had no reactions at all, which is, for me, it’s not a vanity standpoint, it’s just a visibility issue I think. Understand, understand. Maybe it was suppressed. My wife, Denise, she was like, oh my gosh,
Sevan Matossian (29:36):
A hundred percent. She
Speaker 9 (29:37):
Had to go to my profile and it, so it’s just kind of crazy mean, y’all were talking about 1984 the other day and it’s like, Hey,
Sevan Matossian (29:45):
What could be the worst? Let’s say everything that movie’s about children being abducted and used.
Speaker 9 (29:52):
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They report their parents to the authorities and.
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