Sevan Matossian (00:01):
Bam. We’re live. Sorry. I’m late.
Good. I actually got to finish my breakfast real quick.
Sevan Matossian (00:07):
Two minutes late son of, Uh,
Sevan Matossian (00:11):
Good morning. Good morning, Heidi. Good morning, Joey. Good morning, Jake. Good morning, Victor. Good morning. The MOS. Good morning
Sevan Matossian (00:20):
And just on codes for paper street coffee. Uh, good morning, Rob Miller. Uh, there’s a there’s there’s a lot of Rob Millers. I don’t know if there’s a discount code for paper street coffee. That’s a good
Sevan Matossian (00:33):
Uh, the, the guest yesterday, um, Moses be Bernard, uh, offered a, a discount code. I think he said it at the end of the show. It was kind of funny. I, I realized he said it when we got off. Hi Matt. He said, he said, um, for your listeners, we can use a discount code seven. Uh, You mean seven?
Sevan Matossian (00:59):
Oh, he didn’t mean that as a joke. I
Sevan Matossian (01:02):
No, wouldn’t one better. If you mention it as a joke, I’ll get the
Sevan Matossian (01:07):
Sock. You never know though. I don’t wanna make any, I don’t wanna make any presuppositions. Maybe he meant maybe it was $7 off,
Sevan Matossian (01:17):
Good until, uh, April 7th. I, I, I don’t know, but I, but I, I, I, I, if I was a betting man, I would say that it was just a me mispronunciation of my reign,
Sevan Matossian (01:35):
Which brings me to my first topic today. It’s really it it’s, it’s really, um, you know, I researched the guests on Instagram And there, I always get to their June 2nd post on 2020. That was when, uh, that, that, uh, dude, uh, was high on fentanyl. That was the, uh, high on fentanyl high on meth drunk guy who put a gun to a pregnant woman’s stomach. I can’t wait for all of you. I can’t wait for all of you who don’t realize the, the implications of that till you have a wife at home who’s pregnant and then that passes through your brain. The thought of someone putting a gun to your, the lady’s stomach. Who’s holding your baby. I can’t, it’s gonna,
Sevan Matossian (02:24):
Great. You know, you wanna, you wanna see how up it is. Take a fake gun, take it like go to a gumball machine and, and, and put in a quarter and get a little cap gun or something. And then, and then, and then take it and point it at your pregnant wife’s stomach. And let me tell, just tell you how that feels. You will throw up. You will throw
Sevan Matossian (02:46):
Anyway, on that day, there was some guy and, and then the, the police in dissected him and the guy was screaming in the back of the car. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe because he had swallowed all of the drugs that they had caught him for. They’d pulled this guy over. He was just high as giant dude, six foot 5, 280 pounds. He was high as on all the drugs. He, he, he, um, he was on and then he swallowed all his drugs and it was the third time he had done that third time in a row. The cops had pulled him over that. He had done that. And in the previous time, when this guy was in the hospital, the doctors had told him, Hey, you better stop doing that. You’re gonna go into cardiac arrest and, and have a heart attack and die.
Sevan Matossian (03:23):
So anyway, this guy’s in the back and, and every time the cop in, in the previous two arrest, also, as the cops are arresting him, he yells, I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. But on this particular day, he also yells at, and he’s in the back of the car yelling. I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe. So what do the cops do? I don’t know. They did this. They take him out of the back of the car and they put him on the ground. And while he is on the ground, he’s banging his head on the ground and flopping around and going crazy. And while he’s doing that, one of the police officers puts his knee on the guy’s neck. And the guy dies. Autopsy report says he was high on fentanyl, meth, alcohol. And that he, he, uh, I think he said that he died of a heart attack. You can go. It’s all it’s all out. Was
That the official cause of death was heart attack?
Sevan Matossian (04:10):
Uh, well, no, the official cause he had COVID the official causes he died of COVID
God, I remember that.
Sevan Matossian (04:16):
I don’t think they actually wrote that on a certificate, but they were writing that on everyone. Else’s I just met a guy yesterday who was telling me about how his, what was the story? It was crazy. It was crazy. A relative of theirs died in a car accident or something. They had COVID and they put COVID death on the certificate. It it’s just bad crazy. But, um, did
You get paid more for that than the hospitals get paid more?
Sevan Matossian (04:39):
Yeah, some hospitals. I know some hospitals for sure. Did. I don’t know if that was across the board.
Yeah. I think there sent incentives for like how many were in the ICU? How many were on ventilators? How many COVID positive PO patients you had and how many COVID, uh, deaths went through the hospital because when they closed the hospitals off to elective surgery, which is their, you know, money maker, their profit hospitals still had to get funded somehow.
Sevan Matossian (05:02):
So they got a little bonus for saying someone died of COVID
Don’t know the new book I’m reading has a pretty good, uh, story about how they did that with lowering crime, crime rates. And the lieutenants were that were responsible in their different districts. And excuse me, if it’s not Lieutenant, I’m not too familiar with the hierarchy, but they started fudging the numbers and lowering the different crimes or making ’em lesser than they actually were. So that way their, um, numbers looked good and they were still able to get promoted and every so unintended consequences there.
Sevan Matossian (05:30):
So this guy dies with this guy’s knee on his neck and, and it’s, and it’s videotaped and I’m, I’m oversimplifying it just slightly, but basically the whole world goes to while our world, the United States. And we have the biggest riots in the most damage ever done in a company company in the country’s peaceful
Sevan Matossian (05:50):
Protest. Yeah. In the country’s history. Oh, it’s so sad. What’s happening to the January six people. It’s so sad. It’s so sad, man. Oh man. Uh, so, so, so I go to these. So when I have guests on, I see their post in regards to that and it, it, it drives me absolutely bat crazy. It makes me hate to guests and not wanna have them on the show. When I see their, um, their spin, their take on it. When I was 16 years old, I was driving my dad’s Nissan Maxima, 60 miles an hour through the city of Albany. Albany is a very white, rich town surrounded by like two of the murder capitals in the United States, a town called, uh, uh, Richmond, California, another town called Oakland, California. And, and, um, and, uh, I was doing 16 to 25 and a cops pulled me over. Yeah. Cops pulled me over and, and they arrested me. They handcuffed me and they took me to jail.
Sevan Matossian (06:54):
It had nothing to do with my, um, skin color, the way they treated me. I, I don’t think so. I, I never went to air in my head. I understand maybe how, if you did go there in your head, if, when you were six years old, your mom pulled you aside and told you that the world’s gonna hate you because of your skin color. I could see how then you, you forced everything through that lens. I could see that, but then it’s up to you to stop thinking like that. There’s no benefit in thinking like that. I was, uh, pulled over an ISS California one evening. Um, I, I was living in my truck at the time. I was pulled over on, uh, the 6600 6700 block block of SWO. And I didn’t have, I didn’t have registration tag on my car or no, no, I did.
Sevan Matossian (07:37):
It was expired. And, um, the police officer and I had my dog in the back of my truck and the police officer told me to get outta the car. And, uh, he actually asked me, had you been drinking tonight? And, and I said, yes, I had one beer or something. They gave me the, the, all the tests. I passed all the tests. And then they proceeded to, um, make me leave my car there. And they arrested me. And I spent the night in jail for not having a car with update registration. I also do not believe that happened for my skin. That was an extremely, that was maybe the one I place on the planet outside of, uh, where CrossFit, HQ and Boulder. I mean, it was white.
Sevan Matossian (08:18):
I was playing Frisbee, uh, in a park one time. And a guy went running through there and our dogs kind of got into like a little bit of a scuff. And, uh, and he started just talking to me and yelling at me. And I was like, dude, just beat it. And it was, it was kind of like, it was my hometown. I played Frisbee in this park every single day. And this was like some guy who was visiting clearly the town of ILA Vista. Anyway, he told me he was gonna make that day, the worst day of my life. And I like 30 minutes later, the cops roll into the park and the cops say to me, Hey, uh, we got a report that your dog’s off a leash. And, and one of the girls who was in my hair at the time had my dog and she on a leash and she was sitting down with it and I said, no, my dog’s over there with a leash arm. She goes, he’s like, yeah, but we got a report that your dog was off leash. And I said, I hear you. I hear you. I hear what you’re saying, but my dog’s on a leash right now. So we go back and forth, back and forth and he ends up giving me a, a ticket. And I knew all the cops in the town. I knew all of them. I, we knew of each other as the barefoot wannabe Jesus dude, walking around the town.
Sevan Matossian (09:23):
And so he gives me a ticket and I, uh, I pay the ticket. And, um, a few months later I am sitting at a place called Jevons and I li Vista eating a sandwich outside on like a picnic bench. They had outside. I was eating a Turkey, bacon and avocado. Actually, that’s not true. I wasn’t eating it. I had ordered it. And I was sitting down and these cops ride by on bicycles. And I’m just staring at them. I’m like 20, some odd years old. And they’re going by and I’m there with my long hair and barefoot just being cool as. And, uh, they come over and the guy says, what are you staring at? And I said, I’m staring at you. And he goes, why are you staring at me? And I go, it’s what 20 year olds do guys, do they stare at cops? It’s just what we do. Especially, especially cute cops. I didn’t say that. Um, and, uh, and he says, okay, can I see your driver’s license? And I give him my driver’s license and he runs my name. And he says, you have a warrant out for your arrest. And I said, really what for? And he said, did you have a no-show in court? And I said, that’s weird. And he goes for a dog off a leash ticket. I go, oh, I paid that. And I happened to have the receipt in my wallet.
Sevan Matossian (10:28):
So I pulled the receipt out and, and I show him the receipt for the dog off the, the leash ticket. And he says, doesn’t matter, you didn’t show up in court. And I said, okay, I’ll do that this weekend. He goes, no, you won’t stand up. And he handcuffs me and he arrests me and I go to jail. I spend the night in jail, actually that time, I don’t know if I spent the night.
I just booked you in.
Sevan Matossian (10:48):
Yeah, I think they booked me in. And somehow I got out right away. And actually how that ended up happening is I went to, I had to pay some crazy fine, but then I went to court and I, I was homeless at the time, but I lied to the judge and told, told him that that money was to pay my rent. I mean, it’s kind of a lie. And he gave, and the judge gave the money back to me, which was cool as I, I could go on and on. I’ve been pulled over hundreds of times. I could tell you amazing, super nice cop stories, too. Just crazy, crazy ones like me doing donuts in the middle of an intersection at three in the morning, you know, uh, four lanes in each direction. There’s no cars at a rainy day. And the cop pulls me over. And I start pretending that my, I start crying. And I tell that my, uh, I just caught my best friend and my girlfriend, and he lets me go. And it was a lie, but, but I, one of
My friends used that too. One time.
Sevan Matossian (11:34):
It was so cool. The cop, it was so cool. And of course it being a complete. And I was probably drunk. What I’m saying is the, the point of this is you like, there’s, I I’ve heard stories from black people. They tell you 40 stories and none of them are racist, but they claim every single one is racist. And I’m sorry to, to, to, um, pick, pick on, uh, black people. But, um, and I really mean that when I say, I’m sorry to do that, but like, you, you have to take responsibility. You have, you have to take, I suspect that fat people are more discrim against, against, against, than black people, but by a margin of a 10,000 to one, I, I would, I would also, I would also say,
It’s like, how are we defining discriminated against?
Sevan Matossian (12:23):
It’s just, what do you mean by that? Like,
Sevan Matossian (12:25):
I, I, to be honest with you, I don’t even know cuz the only thing I ever do to discriminate, discriminate against black people is that I’m that’s and it’s kind of more recent is now that I notice that they’re there because like I’m supposed to notice that they’re there, like before it used to just be people to me. Right, right. Like maybe like, I would notice like, if you were like, if you were like abig or like albino or like, like when I was in Africa, I, I never not saw black people, but I would see some albinos. It’s kind of actually amazing how many albinos there are in Africa. Like I can’t ever remember going there not seeing anyone, but my it’s it’s just this, um, you, you, it, it benefits no one to use that as a crutch. And when I see that, like if you’re off that George Floyd died.
Sevan Matossian (13:11):
Okay. I’m, I’m okay with that. But if you’re off that George Floyd died because he’s black, or then if you start telling stories about how cops have mistreated, you, you you’ve ne I’ve never seen one of those where anyone of color was mistreated Worsely than I was the, the, just start looking at the numbers, you, um, 350 million interactions, the police have are something crazy like that with the public and 12 unarmed black men and 24 unarmed white men were killed. It’s like, dude, look, get the alternative. I don’t know if those of you who live in big cities or not, but the alternative is it’s insane. What’s going on?
Have you ever been to Bellevue Washington?
Sevan Matossian (13:51):
I have I that that’s in, uh that’s that’s like a, a suburb of Seattle, right? Or one of the neighborhoods in Seattle.
Sevan Matossian (13:59):
I think there was a CrossFit gym there, a fancy CrossFit gym there that went outta business because they let the home us take over a really fancy one that oh,
With the whiskey bar
Sevan Matossian (14:09):
I’ve been there. I forget. I can’t why what’s up. I, I, I got it all mixed up.
Well, I was just thinking about what you were saying as far as like discrimination and I, uh, having grown up with a very di diverse group of friends, I would say like the more rich, affluent white neighborhoods you go into, if you are somebody who’s like black or Mexican, the chances of you getting pulled over is significantly higher. And usually because those neighbors are like looking out the windows or seeing it, or seeing a car that doesn’t belong or a person that doesn’t belong. And then they call the cop specifically on them reporting a suspicious vehicle. And I was making the correlation to Bellevue Washington, because if you go to this one, uh, in part in it where bill gates has this like really big, like mega estate, as you enter into it, you through these, um, like posts that have all these crazy security cameras every single way, because they have their own private police. So there’s like Bellevue police, but then there’s like this neighborhood security and that you’ll get pulled over for any reason at all. And it’s funny because you see the different,
Sevan Matossian (15:08):
Any reason at all,
Any, I, I mean, literally any reason at all, like the light above your license plate isn’t out, or they’re just do, they’re just conducting a, just an investigation stop or something like that. But it’s funny because it’s different levels of affluency. So like, if you’re mega mega rich, and somebody’s probably driving you, you’re probably not gonna get pulled over. But if you have like a Honda like mine and you go into there, they’re gonna stop you. They’re gonna question. And from the moment you drive into that neighborhood, you’re under surveillance. And so I wonder if people are, you know, conflating that with being specifically discriminated against, because it’s,
Sevan Matossian (15:41):
There’s always, there’s Al it’s always gonna be there. Like, like you really just have to mind you, you have to worry about yourself on, on some level. It’s always gonna be there, but, but it has nothing to do with your skin color. Like as, as some, like, as some, what do you know? You’re just a white guy as some sort of, um, broad stroke. It’s never gonna be there. I’ll tell you what, what will be there
Is if you’re,
Sevan Matossian (16:02):
If you’re a young man, it will be there more than if you’re black.
Yeah. I got pulled over a lot in Littlemore. Yeah. If
Sevan Matossian (16:08):
You’re, if you’re, if you’re a young man, it’s definitely, I mean, you’re like, keep your tight.
Don’t let your car smell. Like we
Sevan Matossian (16:15):
Keep your tight. Yeah.
It’s getting searched.
Sevan Matossian (16:17):
I don’t know if that matters anymore. That you’re you’re so 2002 Weed, like they give a. The guy takes a hit off your joint when he pulls you over. Now,
A matter of times I got my car searched for nothing coming of. It has been a lot in the past. Not, not in the recent,
Sevan Matossian (16:34):
In the past when I was, when I was, uh, when I was 16, I lived in a neighborhood where I was the only white person besides my dad and my stepmom and the heroin dealer, the Chinese guy. And I got pulled over all the time, all, all the time, once a week, I got pulled over.
They thought you were buying drugs. Right.
Sevan Matossian (16:51):
They actually, they actually, that’s funny. You say that a lot of times they did think that. Yeah. Yeah. If
I also you’d be in that neighborhood, they would say
Sevan Matossian (16:55):
Where’s, they would say where’s the crack. Yeah. And that’s exactly. Yes, he good. Yeah. Why you in this neighborhood? I live right there. Know you don’t. Yeah, I do.
Where you going? Who do you know here? Where’d you come from? Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (17:04):
And then, and you know, it’s funny. All the, all the, the black dudes I hung out with were only black dudes there. The other, the dude, like when we would roll up on other dudes, I was the assumed that I was, they had a word for me. I don’t know if it was John, but they thought I was, I like, they were all prison dudes all like, spent time in Fulson or San Quentin. And they thought that I like just sucked the off the older dudes. I wanna clarify. I did not. But I also wanna clarify. I didn’t mind, like if they thought that I didn’t give a,
Sevan Matossian (17:35):
Whatever it took to get access
Access, I will say it just has to maybe do with just like where you are in the situation. Right. Because, uh, one time in my later adventures, we were in Richmond and the guys that I used to,
Sevan Matossian (17:46):
Uh, Richmond by my house in Berkeley, Richmond, uh, California.
Yeah. Like on realm street, like in the,
Sevan Matossian (17:52):
How are you doing there?
Aerosol arts mediums. Ah,
Sevan Matossian (17:56):
Right, right, right. Bar tracks. Bart tracks.
No, no, this was a, uh, even better. It was a railroad tracks. I went down underneath this thing and it was back behind this liquor store and stuff. Right. And so guys that I used to, um, hang out with and were, uh, all black or, or Mexican guys. And they were usually from Oakland and stuff like that. And they used to make the joke that depending on where we would drive would depend on who was, who was driving, like depending on where we were going was who was driving. So if we would like conquered area, like over there, they’d be like, okay, Susie, you’re driving. And then if we were going into Oakland or rich, I’d be like, okay, one of you guys are driving. Right. And my car broke down one time in Richmond and I will say,
Sevan Matossian (18:35):
Oh, my car broke down a couple times in Oakland, man. It’s.
Yeah. And being the, uh, only white guy in that situation, I was very, uh, thankful and happy for my, for my friends that were with me. Because you to go
Sevan Matossian (18:47):
Your colored friends,
You stick out like a sort thumb.
Sevan Matossian (18:50):
You know, it’s funny if you’re, if your, if your, if your car broke down in San Francisco, let’s say on Polk or something, you, you, you, you don’t, you don’t, you wouldn’t need, like, you don’t need any gay friends.
Sevan Matossian (19:02):
You’re good. You good? You good.
Have a breakdown on realm street in Richmond and
Sevan Matossian (19:07):
Hang out there for a while. And I’m young. And I had long hair. I just like, I was the only dude in shorts with vans and no socks on with like a skateboard tshirt on this long hair. All my other friends were all tatted up, their necks and everything else. You know, they were like, what are you doing here?
Sevan Matossian (19:30):
I bought these books to show off to Zoe that I bought them. And I didn’t even show them off.
Dude. You’re blurry again.
Sevan Matossian (19:35):
I am blurry.
Maybe it’s just me.
Sevan Matossian (19:39):
Anyway, that kind of bummed me out
That I said you were blurry blurry, or that you didn’t show the books
Sevan Matossian (19:45):
That I didn’t show these books. Like it, I kind of like wanna show off to the guests, like, look, I supported your. I bought your.
You did tell her though.
Sevan Matossian (19:52):
Yeah. You were like, I have both your books or all your books or something. I think you said, Hey, you got that other one. Neil recommended. I could see it there.
Sevan Matossian (20:00):
This oh, who recommended this? Neil. Maddox.
Sevan Matossian (20:04):
Yeah. I probably will see if they have the audio book. I don’t really read that much, but I’m an audio book of nut.
Wait. So what was our conclude on your, uh, your piece there? As far as discrimination,
Sevan Matossian (20:21):
99% of the time you’re lying, you made it up and it’s between your, and I’m being super generous. You’re lying. And you made it up between your ears and, and then the other 1% is off deal with it. It’s I just keep thinking. I keep using Kayla Harris as the example like you want, like, you’re worried about being pulled over by a cop and somewhere, and him calling you, Hey boy, when this chick was molested from the age of eight to 16, by her judo instructor, five outta seven days a week for eight years, to a point where she had disassociation and had to leave her body. And then she wins the, uh, she’s the first, uh, American to win the gold and judo. And she does it twice. And now she’s the most sought after fighter in the history of, or of the sport. Maybe that’s a little bit of an E most sought after female fighter in the history of the, uh, sport, like stop. Like I like, I don’t wanna hear it. I, I we’re. So beyond that, we’re so beyond that, and maybe it’s just the, I wanna say it’s, maybe it’s just the media I consume, but these are like real people who come on my show and I just they’re such cool people, but they, but when I go back to their, their, their, their post, their they’re finger pointing non-accountable, non-personal responsible. They’re bad humans.
There’s a lot of social pressure on that though. Like, I don’t necessarily wanna make excuses. Like for them, you are,
Sevan Matossian (21:42):
I, I hear you. You’re right.
There was, you know, there was a lot of judgment on that. Like, whether you did that or whether you like didn’t, you know?
Sevan Matossian (21:50):
Yeah. People were saying you have to make a statement. Yeah.
Yeah. They were, it was like members, silence was violence.
Sevan Matossian (21:55):
Oh, it’s so nuts. And
I just kept thinking like, no silence is just silence. Violent violence is, is violence. There’s, you know, I don’t know. But there was a lot of social pressure then
Sevan Matossian (22:08):
I’m trying to think if I ever had a guest on, because of their like, uh, ethnicity or race, or I, I guess there’s this guy I’m courting over in the Ukraine and I want to have him on, because he is from the Ukraine because there’s, there’s people fighting in their country, you know, what’s, my mom sent me a, uh, text and she said, and my mom’s like this. She said, Hey, will you donate some money? And it’s like some link to like help people in the Ukraine. Right? Yeah. And at the same time, a lot of Armenian people are sending me DMS, being like, Hey, you know what the Ukraine’s been doing for the last two years. Right. And I’m like, no, what? And then they send me links. And the Ukrainian government has been sending weapons to the country that Armenia’s been fighting with for the last couple years.
Sevan Matossian (22:48):
And this country is rich as. The name of the country, country’s a, and they have oil. Armenia does not have oil. And Jean also has an ally right next door called Turkey. And, and Armenia’s just down there all by itself. And for those of you who are religious people to give you an idea, Armenia is the first Chris nation in the world. So basically they accepted Christianity as their national religion before any country in the world did, it’s basically where the arc is and where like all those Bible stories are. And, uh, if there is an arc and, um, and, uh, Armenians are surrounded by Muslims. So, so Armenians are Christian and they’re surrounded by Muslims, George O Turkey. And so they’re down there and the Ukrainians have been pumping money and weapons into O Bayn to attack the Armenians for the last couple years. And when Aja won the, the most recent conflict or battle, they congratulated them. So, and, and, and what the Armenians are telling me is, is like, look, they’re saying that that land Armenians were on belonged to the AJAS. So the Ukrainians deserve it. Well, you could flip the script and be like, Hey, this land, the Ukrainians are on belongs to the Russians and they deserve it. And so it’s like, it, it it’s, it’s, it’s, uh,
Sevan Matossian (23:55):
It’s fascinating. Cuz you know, there is that facet to me that knows like I’m not sub and I’m not Armenian.
Yeah. And whose land like, isn’t that funny?
Sevan Matossian (24:05):
Yeah. Who’s but, but also it’s like, I, I, I, I feel you and it’s easy once again to say from inside the three playing brothers empire to just be like, it. Uh, Seon, you see the story about KA Velasquez, Vela Velasquez situation. I did. Uh, there’s only one thing that concerns me if There’s only one thing that concerns me, if it is not correct. Like if, but, but from the little bits that I’m getting is that dude, uh, molested his daughter.
Sevan Matossian (24:37):
A hundred times. And I, Man, this is a subject that I, I really feel, I don’t want to talk about. Cause I don’t wanna be accused of inci, uh, violence, but no
Sevan Matossian (24:52):
Um, or, and if, if you with kids, if you insist that someone’s kids wear a mask, if you insist that someone’s kids take a drug injection, if you touch someone’s kids inappropriate, if you yell at someone’s kids, you should expect for your life to end. I mean, not for me, but like if you with someone’s kids at all, you should expect to be killed. Like as, as just a, I’m not saying it’s right. I’m not saying it’s wrong. I’m just saying like, no one, no, no parents, don’t healthy. Parents don’t have tolerance for that at all. Zero, you have zero tolerance. Um, you gotta pick one, you just have zero tolerance for it. Like, but like, like horribly bad, you should just, I’m not saying it’s going to, and most of the time it doesn’t. But like if you were to, um, let’s say, let’s say you send your 10 year old to school and they come home and someone’s giving them the vaccine you should expect to be killed. Not yeah. You, you do not do anything to kids. You ’em
Treat ’em like bears. You know what
Sevan Matossian (26:00):
I mean? Yes. Stay the away from everyone’s kids. When you see like a with anyone’s kids, parents are capable and, and I, and I I’m torn because we can’t have Vigi vigilante violence, but, um, right. You, you cannot, you cannot mess with someone’s kids walk the other way. Always walk the other way from ki someone else’s kids. Yeah. I, I I’m so disappointed almost at, at how, how little parent. Yeah. Well, there’s there’s memes going around now. Don’t act like you care about the Ukraine. You didn’t even stand up for your kids for the last two years.
Sevan Matossian (26:40):
I just saw this. I just, I just, uh, saw the Pfizer study him for, uh, kids, kids taking the vaccine. Holy. It’s, it’s scary.
I’ve still asked some people that are like, um, very pro vaccine. And I said, so we all agree that COVID has virtually unaffected anybody under the age of 18
Sevan Matossian (27:04):
And they say,
They say, yeah. And I said, so then how does it make sense to alter anything inside their bodies for protection against that?
Sevan Matossian (27:13):
Let me tell you this though. It is affecting kids at the same rate as measles. So either COVID oh man. So what did they say? What did they say?
Nothing. Really. The other interesting thing too, was like, when we went to, um, we were at the college for like crisis graduation and we were sitting inside there with all the like PhDs of nutrition and health and everything else. And it was a smaller group that graduated with their masters. And so they’re going through all these thesis that they had up there and they kind of like are just doing little brief overviews of all the work people did. And uh, I was like, you know, what’s interesting is they like were scrutinized over those thesises to make sure that, you know, everything was statistically sound and that it made sense and everything else. But then I looked around and I was like, but they’re all like forcing us to have like masks on. So like if they were to take,
Sevan Matossian (28:09):
Oh yeah, yeah.
Same exact like thought process to the studies of the masks and like the statistical studies of the evidence that they’re giving us about COVID cases and everything else. Like none of it would hold up. Like all those same professors would completely like reject all of that. Yeah. But if I, and I did, I had my mask off at one point and they were like, you need to put that back on. And I was like, how, what, how are you just picking and choosing what we’re thinking about here? What one case you’re saying, oh no, this isn’t statistically sound. You have, you’ve left all this outta your study. This doesn’t make sense. And the way you presented this, this numbers are wrong. And then on this side they’re like wear your mask. And you’re like, well, why did we alter society without putting it up that same scrutiny. Right. And then in the case of the Ukraine thing, a lot of people are saying Biden needs to help Russia’s invading. And I don’t really know a ton on the situation. So this is an opinion here. This is just an observation, but like didn’t, we also invade Afghanistan and Iraq and Iran.
So like I under the false pre census of weapons of mass destruction during the Bush administration that turned out to be completely false. So I it’s just one of these things, right? Like people want to post the, the black squares and want social justice for the oppressed, but we buy iPhones. So like what
Sevan Matossian (29:32):
Lots of them, we buy lots of
Them. Yeah. And I mean, I like an iPhone, you know, but we also know that they’re made by child labor in China.
Sevan Matossian (29:40):
And if, yeah, where is iPhone
And there was a good thing, I think actually you posted it. And it was like, if rush, if, um, Apple’s gonna say that they’re gonna cut off apple pay and cut off products that they’re being sold in, in Russia right now. Like, would they do the same in, in China for Taiwan?
Sevan Matossian (29:56):
Oh yeah, yeah. Yeah. That’s a great one. Isn’t it? That’s a great one.
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