#330 – Live Call In Show

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Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam, bam, bam we’re live. This is basically, this was like, this is like, was like a giant branch, like, like probably twice this long. Right. And really, really thick. Like, you know, like super like huge leaves everywhere. Like this thing was probably like this, you know what I mean? Yeah. Massive. Like maybe 10 inches across and then you come all the leaves off and this isn’t like groom really well. Let’s see if I can.

Matt Souza (00:27):

Okay.

Sevan Matossian (00:28):

And then, and then you just leave it out for a few days and then you put it in a BA you put it in a glass jar, ideally, and then seal the jar. And then the, some moisture starts coming off it again. And then you open the jar again and you gotta, I do that a few times back and forth. So, so like, this is like a year old and I bet you, it would still get someone high as of two years old. Maybe. I don’t even know, but I have bags and bags of this, you know, I just give it away to like, you know, like someone comes over to like to teach my kid tennis or jujitsu or something. I’m like, Hey, you want this? Or I give it like, as a tip, Dan, no tip as a tip. Some of the, some of the guys, some people won’t even take it anymore. Oh, there was a Dick butter. Um, the guy who dropped off my, um, air runner the other day, he helped me. He helped me bring it into the garage and it’s like four 50 pounds. And I’m like, here you go. And he is like, dude, and I go, what? He goes, I can’t take that. I go, why? He goes, if I get pulled over, I’ll lose my job. I’m like, I don’t. I okay. But what if you don’t get pulled over and you sell it to the homies?

Matt Souza (01:29):

Which strand is that?

Sevan Matossian (01:31):

I dunno.

Matt Souza (01:32):

Oh, come on, man. I just

Sevan Matossian (01:34):

Make it up. I’ll tell, I’ll tell you what, I’ll tell you what strand is there? A friend of mine sent me to the, um, years ago. This is probably not going back three or four years, sent me to the marijuana store. Never I’d never go to the marijuana store. I stopped smoking weed way before it became legal. And I went in there and, and he was, I was buying like $1,200 worth of weed for him. And I go, Hey, gimme 20 of 20 seeds. And they’re like, which ones? And I go your most expensive ones. So I got like 20 seeds for another 400 bucks. And I planted them in my backyard. And then no, actually I planted them in my house. And then I clone them and I made like a hundred plants. And I planted them all in my backyard. And like my friends, especially my cop friends are like, dude, what are you doing?

Sevan Matossian (02:13):

I’m like, I’m growing a load of plants. He goes, dude, everything over six plants is illegal. I’m like, come on, I’m out here in the sticks. No one’s in, he’s like, dude, there’s whole departments of police that just look for this. And that’s how they keep their jobs by busting people. So I think what ended up happening anyways, cause I live like I live in this fog line. And so basically what ended up happening was is about probably a month before, uh, you were supposed to harvest the plants. I’d say 80% of them just molded. And I just left them out there. These giant huge, they, you could still go in my backyard and find remnants of the all over. How do you clone them? What does that? They’re so easy. It’s just, you, you just cut off a, a branch with a razor blade at a diagonal angle and you do it where there’s a node where there’s basically a leaf coming off and then you cut that leaf off at a diagonal angle and you stick it in this called cloning gel. I don’t even know if you need that. It’s, it’s some sort of like plant hormone, I guess now I’m just making up and then you just, and then you stick it into this cube. It’s called a Rockwell cube and it’s moist and you just set it in there and you put it under a light and, and within days it’s sprouts the it’s it’s crazy. Oh,

Plumber (03:19):

So it’s like just taking the seeds out of like oranges or something or like, and

Sevan Matossian (03:23):

You just, it would be like, it would be like, you were gonna leave town for a month. You cut off your finger and you grew another Caleb. And within two months, like, it’s you come home and he’s banging your wife. And you’re like, okay, I got it. Thanks for hanging out. And you send him on his way. I mean, it’s like, Hey Brian, how did you know? How did you know it’s Felipe Felipe’s coming on and uh, at seven 15, Hey guys, uh, if you go to, uh, Caleb, I’m, I’m gonna, if you’re gonna hang out, I’m just gonna mute you. Oh, you’re a good dude. Um, uh, guys, if you go to, uh, Pete’s coffee, no, not Pete’s coffee, paper street coffee. If you go to you go to paper street, coffee, these guys, by the way, I can’t leave this bag here much longer.

Sevan Matossian (04:02):

Cause I’m gonna have to, um, use it. Oh, you got one too. Oh, I guess I can. Your bag’s empty. Yep. I guess I could dump the beans out and bring the bag back. If you go to paper street, coffee and you, um, between now March 27th, all the coffee, there is 20% off. If you use seven as the code and you get entered with every purchase into a test to win an Ohio bar from rogue, a custom one. Oh, there it is. Nice. Okay. Yeah, that’s it. Oh, I, we should repost that. Um, you guys do you guys, I wanted to explain this concept to you real quick. It’s called dynamic range. It’s a, it’s a, it’s an idea that I learned or it’s a concept, um, or theory that I learned, uh, when I used, uh, I was big into cameras, mean I still big into cameras, but I was really, really big into cameras.

Sevan Matossian (04:46):

Like I owned every camera that I could get my hands on and dynamic range. Could you pull that up Caleb? And I’ll, we’ll read the definition of it. But dynamic range is basically like, um, it’s, it’s, it’s the amount of light your eye can see. So when you let’s say, let’s say I’m peeing in my van, no one and it’s a sunny day. No one can see that because it’s so bright outside that you can’t see the details where it’s dark, but if it were a little bit darker outside, you could see into my van, you know, like you can see into a car when it’s nighttime, but you can’t see in it when it’s daytime it’s because your eye only has so much bandwidth in order to gather detail. Um, based on this, why range of lights? That’s like, if you look into a tunnel on a super bright day, you can’t see in very far, but if you are, uh, on a, when it’s a little bit darker, you can see into the tunnel and you can see in further dynamic range is the ratio between the largest and smallest values that a certain quantity can consume.

Sevan Matossian (05:39):

It is often using context of signals like sound and light. Ah, that’s tough. But so, so basically when, when you, when you have a camera and you take a picture of something, the greater, the dynamic range, the more you can see into the shadows, the more detail the photo will have. So if you put, let’s say a, um, let’s say you’re TA and, and skin color has, will really, will really expose your camera’s ability for dynamic range. So if you take a picture of someone on a really, really bright day and they have really, really white skin, um, no, no, sorry. If you take a picture of someone w uh, and with a darker background who has really white skin on a really dark day, you have to choose if you want the background to be, um, have detail. The person’s face will all be blown out. You won’t see the texture of their skin at all. It’ll just be blown out and overexposed. And likewise, it’s the same thing. If you have a black person standing next to a white person, and it’s a really bright day, you can only set the exposure so that you can see the detail on, on one of the people’s face.

Sevan Matossian (06:45):

That’s not racism, that’s technology, that’s technology. Those are the limits of technology. That’s called dynamic range. That’s not called racism. I ended up on this guy’s website the other day. There are some really scary people out there. There are some really, really scary people out there. Um, will you there there’s these people out there that just take an idea and just run with it. So let’s say you were a colorist. I don’t even know if that’s a word and you believe that the color red incited violence, and then from there, you just extrapolated that police cars have red sirens, because they want people to get violent when they get there so that it keeps their jaw so that they can arrest them. There’s people who like, think like this, they think that the curbs are painted red because, um, it, it, it’s some sort of, uh, conspiracy theory to, uh, to, to incite violence. So it’s a way to, to keep people there’s and, and there’s these people thats. So in essence, that’s what, that’s, that’s the problem with critical race theory. It’s, it’s not, it’s not a problem to see things as a potential that color may play some role. Like people have cancer and you wanna be like, Hmm. Maybe skin color plays a role in that based on equatorial placement.

Sevan Matossian (08:02):

This better be good. I was on a role.

Plumber (08:06):

What’s up guys? It’s plumber,

Sevan Matossian (08:08):

Plumber. What’s up brother. Well,

Plumber (08:09):

How are we doing?

Sevan Matossian (08:11):

Good. How are you staying strong. Pretty good.

Plumber (08:13):

Yeah. Figured I’d call in since all the boys are here this morning.

Sevan Matossian (08:16):

Yeah. Always good to hear from you. How are things going? You ready to do some, you ready? Are you going any events? Are we gonna cover any events?

Plumber (08:22):

We’re doing granite games. We are. I,

Sevan Matossian (08:25):

I hope so. The thing is right now is they, um, what, what I’m hearing from people is that CrossFit has owned the feed to all of these. And I suspect that they’re, that they’re not gonna be willing to work with me, but the host of these events have been very open to the fact of us going there and doing behind the scenes. But we wouldn’t be able to point our camera at any of the events. Isn’t that amazing because cause of their ego and their personal conflict towards me, they wouldn’t want me to promote them or the athletes. It’s fascinating.

Plumber (08:54):

Fascinating. That is. I can’t imagine why

Sevan Matossian (08:56):

FA it’s fascinating. Oh, cuz ego tripping. Self-centered bags. And cause I say stuff like that,

Sevan Matossian (09:05):

Hey they know though, too, they know it must be so tough. They know like there’s people there that know like I guarantee you like, like the, the guy who’s in charge of games me over there right now, Jonathan Haynes. He knows, he know like me and him are friends. I mean, I haven’t talked to him in a while, but he used to come over to my house all the time. He knows I’m a beast. He knows that there I have no pier. He knows. So he must be tripping. He must be like, I wish I could use him. And, and, and, and Justin knows too, that goofball, Justin, he knows, they all know it. It must be trippy. Well, the games would be so much better and people would love it so much more if we could just use seven, but we can’t, he’s an. I mean, I’m speculating. I want to know I’m just, this is like part, um, intelligent analysis part. Just super insecurity on my part. But they, but they also, they know,

Plumber (09:53):

Hey, you were right when you speculated about the open.

Sevan Matossian (09:57):

Hmm. I, I cheated. Oh yeah. Well, we’re having, um, this guy, uh, Felipe on from Poland. He’s not the guy that actually sent us the URL by the way. Um, we used it from the Mawas great again, um, site, but I guess afterwards, um, uh, uh, Mr. Suza here looked who are, uh, email and at 10:54 AM we got an email? Yeah. He sent it directly to us, but either way we can. Yeah. That’s awesome.

Plumber (10:27):

Could have been broke here first.

Sevan Matossian (10:29):

Um, so, so we will basically, um, we have a guy, this isn’t the guy that sent it to us, but this guy also crack the code on the URL and we’ll have on for a few and ask him how he did it. I mean, I, I we’ll ask him how he did it. Yeah,

Plumber (10:42):

No,

Sevan Matossian (10:42):

Hey, you know, I, when I was, I was looking for some pictures today, my computer and this thing popped up my new role on the team. It’s the, it’s the letter Eric Roser wrote to the team when he left. And one of the things that says it says as board chairman, I will provide support and mentoring to the leader team and continue to partner with them on long term vision and strategy. I would really like to ask Gary Gaines, Nicole, Carol, um, uh, I don’t know her last name, but the lady who’s in charge of the media team, uh, Erin, I would like to add, uh, the, the, the, the racist, the lady’s in charge of the team that promotes racism over there. Um, and sexism and homophobia. What’s her name? Trish or, or Eleanor. I’d like to ask them if they’re getting mentorship, that’s where I was going with that, by the way. Okay. That’s, that’s the thing you have to understand when people, when you have a job

Sevan Matossian (11:38):

Where I was going with the curb being read, or, or thinking that dynamic range has something to do with race there, there’s, there’s a group of people out there who are just doing that. That is basically that’s the, that’s one of the biggest problems with critical race theory, because then those people just start seeing the world through that lens. They, they, they released a video, um, before the games this year, and they said J um, and it was about women. First of all, you should have never, you should have never said that it was about women. Just show the women. You don’t need to say that it’s about women, just like you don’t need black history month. All you need to do is like, you wanna change the perception of people. You wanna just show bunch of Japanese, people’s orthodontists over and over and over.

Sevan Matossian (12:15):

And we’ll start thinking all Japanese people are orthodontists. You wanna show black people in a good light, just show a bunch of black people just hanging out, working out, growing out, hugging, eating together, over and over. And we’ll start to people will start to think that you wanna show that like all Armenians have huge, just, just start showing a ton of us with our pants down. All you have to do is you don’t, you don’t, you don’t have to say it. But when Jennifer, I think her name’s Jennifer, hunter Marshall. I, I, I really like her. I actually did filming with her, like going way back in New York at the black box. Um, uh, but in that video she says, and I know it’s edited and I don’t know what her thought is. But she says that her mom told her that she had to do twice as much. And we’re work twice as hard to get half as much as other people, because of the color of their skin. And she hopes that her daughters don’t have to do that deal with that. My question to her is, are you gonna tell your daughters that, because when you tell your daughters that you put them at the 51 yard line of that nightmare

Sevan Matossian (13:11):

And I, and, and, and I don’t know, Jennifer’s mom and, and I, and I don’t mean specifically, like to call her out, but the examples there. You can’t just say that and leave that open. How is she gonna change that? The first thing is, is don’t tell your kids, Hey, everyone out there hates Jews. Don’t don’t do that. It’s it’s complete. Yeah. Black box is racist. I understand. It’s because she’s black. Yeah, yeah, exactly. That’s a hundred percent.

Plumber (13:35):

It’s like telling, it’s telling a kid that they’re fat and then they’ll believe they’re fat when they’re just overweight and they can lose that. Cause then it’s a permanent thing.

Sevan Matossian (13:43):

Is that true? What will just said? I don’t know. I wanna agree with him, but, but I’m,

Matt Souza (13:48):

It’s like telling them you’re big bone. You just, yeah. And then they just think that

Plumber (13:50):

They never lose weight and then they just, they’re just gonna be that way for the rest of their life. But in reality, it’s like, they’re not, they can just normal person. Yes. It’s like all the it’s like all the division, one linemen who are just like, they just continue to gain weight all the way through college. And then they try, they don’t make it to the NFL. And then they’re just fat for the rest of their lives. They’re like six, seven, and just obese when they don’t need to, they aren’t training as hard. They’re not doing the same things and they can just lose the weight.

Sevan Matossian (14:18):

I think you guys might have derailed me derailed. You’re

Plumber (14:22):

Welcome

Sevan Matossian (14:23):

Derailed. That’s when you pull out, my son loves juice. I wanna know what your mom loves. I know what your wife loves. Hey, this guy, Travis, do you guys know who Kevin Johnson is? He’s a hardcore OG. CrossFitter this guy, Travis belling house always reminds me of him. When I see his picture. I love Kevin Johnson. He was, he, he knew Greg way. Wait, Kevin, Johnson’s the guy who told me that I go, he comes over to my house. I’m like, you wanna drink? He’s like, nah. I’m like, why not? He’s all whenever I drink, I break out in felonies. Um, That’s a good line, right? Uh, will. Thanks for calling in, dude. I, um, thanks for always staying in touch. I love you. Thanks for everything you did. Uh, you know, we had like all these, uh, people volunteer for waap pollution. You were like one of the few that had a brain and I really appreciate it. You and Heidi, and it was cool. You weren’t an. You didn’t take advantage. Like you came to grind and I really appreciate

Matt Souza (15:16):

That. Will’s the man. Appreciate it

Sevan Matossian (15:17):

Guys. Yep. Love have a good one. Okay. Thank

Matt Souza (15:20):

You. Uhon is another, is another example is when you, when you make a joke and then, uh, somebody turns it into, into, uh, uh, transphobia.

Sevan Matossian (15:30):

Yeah. That happen. I don’t remember that.

Matt Souza (15:33):

Yeah. Did you, did you see, uh, our, our friend again, over at the, uh, memes page?

Sevan Matossian (15:38):

No. Was

Matt Souza (15:39):

Upset.

Sevan Matossian (15:40):

No. Oh. Now what Now? What?

Matt Souza (15:43):

Let’s see if I could, uh,

Sevan Matossian (15:45):

Who’s who’s trans who’s is, is, am I transphobic? Or is someone else transphobic? You gotta pull up that definition. So I’m ready to, I didn’t know what that.

Matt Souza (15:53):

That means I, I do. I do believe, I do believe he was referring to you.

Sevan Matossian (15:57):

What is what she trans transgenders when you, um, when you change your sex, right? Like, or, or is it when you just want to change your, if I just wanna be a woman, you

Matt Souza (16:08):

Just like,

Sevan Matossian (16:10):

Oh, you don’t actually have to do anything. You don’t have to remove your penis and have it turn into a vagina or vice versa. Vagina to penis. Can, can I see the definition of that? Wait, this guy, this, the, the, the, the dude, the, that dude, the meme guy is, is, let me see what he

Matt Souza (16:27):

Said it. Got it got said,

Sevan Matossian (16:28):

Do I not wanna see it?

Matt Souza (16:32):

Because of I

Sevan Matossian (16:33):

Picture I showed on the, um, This is his story. This is the make wads. Great. Again, guy’s story.

Matt Souza (16:45):

The story. I think that was right after the multiple apologies for him posting the, uh, workout.

Sevan Matossian (16:52):

He who he, you apologize. Hold on. I want to hear that story too. I wanna hear that story too. Uh, it it’s a poll. He posted in the story of poll that says, what do you think? Transphobic as. Is that what that means? Yeah. Or. John’s. John looks, that’s his name? John.

Matt Souza (17:12):

I guess I it’s John woo or

Sevan Matossian (17:14):

Something. Uh. John looks good with hair. darn it. I wish I didn’t hear his name. I just like calling him the meme guy. Um, transphobic as. John looks, oh. This is a great time to remind you what a terrific organization like out FDN exists. What’s out. FDN are those the outlaw guys

Matt Souza (17:32):

Outlaw

Sevan Matossian (17:33):

Are those, those guys, if they’re the guys that Greg met once with in Madison, those guys are. Those, those are bad people. Those are mean people. Those are mean and hurtful people, but, but, um, uh, um, and that guy, that guy who’s in charge of that, that super handsome curly haired guy, he presents so nice. And then the second he gets into a setting where he can power trip. He’s a Dick. Let me see that again. Do you know what he’s doing? I don’t, I don’t know if that’s the same group. I don’t even care. I don’t, I don’t even want to go down that, that rabbit hole. I don’t wanna give those guys any attention. Those are bad people. If it’s who I think it is, they’re mean people. Um, tr uh, he’s suggesting that the, oh, you know what he’s doing here?

Sevan Matossian (18:16):

This is the same thing. When I made that post on Noah’s site and like 500 people liked it. He tried to intimidate people by saying he was going through the list of people who liked it. And, and it, this guy’s such a bully. So now he’s planting this seed. He’s planting this seed that, because is that the thing? So you, can’t a white person. Can’t put black paint on their face, cuz that would be black pace. And now, uh, dudes can’t put wigs on their head because that would be considered transphobic. Is that what’s going on here? Is that. And he’s planting the seed. This is he’s leveraging. People might be offended by that in order to be aggressive towards me is this, Hey dude, if you think I’m transphobic, just say it. Yeah, let’s go. Let’s let’s war, dude. Why is he such a sissy? Why dude, do you understand? That’s the essence of woke? You just stirring the crowd, dude. How about just, it’s funny. That’s

Plumber (19:12):

What I was gonna say. Is it about?

Sevan Matossian (19:14):

And that this is a perfect example of what I’m talking about. Looking through the lens. This guy looks through the lens of trying to make transphobic. People feel bad by making everything about their hurtful situation. What if that’s just an attack on blonde women? That’s really who I have a problem with. Cause none of those would with. I wait, what if we that’s just an attack on blonde women? I can’t stand blonde women. I want everyone to think they’re ugly as. That’s why I put that hair on you. Actually. I didn’t even do that. I, by the way someone sent that to me, maybe

Matt Souza (19:40):

He just looks good with long hair too.

Sevan Matossian (19:42):

You silly goose that guy. Hey dude. You’re the mean guy, please tell me, please tell me. You’re just trying to be funny. Please tell me. You’re just trying to Philippe. What’s up brother?

@bOrowy (19:54):

Hello? What’s

Sevan Matossian (19:55):

Up? Hi, good morning. Good afternoon. It’s 4, 4 44, 15, 4 15.

@bOrowy (20:01):

Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (20:01):

Four 15. And um, you guys are currently being attacked. You’re in the Ukraine. You’re currently being attacked by Russia.

@bOrowy (20:07):

No I’m in Poland. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (20:08):

Right, right. Whatever, whatever. No, I I’m just, I’m just saying that because we had Y GU on and I saw his most recent post and he’s making some sort of implication. I don’t know what the implication is. We’ll find out Sunday when I talk to him, but that I conflated back and forth using Russia and Ukraine confusing. The two countries. It’s like, yo, what’s your point? Okay. So I it up. Okay. So you’re in Germany. Tell me you’re. How is Germany these days? Philippe?

@bOrowy (20:34):

I dunno. How is

Sevan Matossian (20:38):

I really?

@bOrowy (20:39):

I have an out in Germany. So

Sevan Matossian (20:43):

Where in Poland are you?

@bOrowy (20:46):

Uh, post nine. It’s Western Poland.

Sevan Matossian (20:50):

Can, can I see a map? Caleb? Isn’t technology. Amazing Philippe.

@bOrowy (20:55):

It is.

Sevan Matossian (20:56):

Yeah. How old are you?

@bOrowy (20:59):

Especially find out the URL to the 22.3.

Sevan Matossian (21:07):

How? Uh, let’s see. Pull out a little bit. Okay. So you have you guys, you have some time before. Oh. You don’t have a lot of time before the Russians get there. Holy. Holy God. How is Poland? I know this. Isn’t the point of the subject. Are you guys freaked out at all? Or does, is it just, is it like the United States? Most people don’t give a and everyone’s still just doing their own.

@bOrowy (21:32):

There

Sevan Matossian (21:32):

Is being offended. Being offended by stuff.

@bOrowy (21:36):

Yeah. There is lot, lot of worry for sure. Cause it’s so close. It’s like 600 kilometers to the border so everything could change overnight.

Sevan Matossian (21:47):

Yeah.

@bOrowy (21:48):

Yeah. But Polish people are excellent in helping Ukraine and refugees. We all organize ourselves to provide them shelter, food, uh, clouds, blankets, everything they need

Sevan Matossian (22:06):

At the, at the border. There do people like at, at the, you know, at our, at our borders, there’s a lot of people who speak both languages. Right? So at the close to the Mexican border, there’s a lot of bilingual people and close to the Canadian border. There’s a lot of French speaking people. I is that similar to, um, is, is, is there a blurry line there between Poland and Ukraine? Like there’s a lot of Ukrainians who live on the Polish side and a lot of Polish people who live on the Ukrainian side,

@bOrowy (22:30):

Maybe it’d be it. But uh, also, um, the generation of my parents and my grandparents, uh, had to learn Russian in school because of communities.

Sevan Matossian (22:44):

Ah, right.

@bOrowy (22:45):

So they know Russian. They can somehow connect to the Ukrainians.

Sevan Matossian (22:51):

Uh it’s so right Philipp one second. Uh, Canada RVA, I looked up weak women and John Wooley’s picture came up weird. Um, uh, so you, you, you were a CrossFitter.

@bOrowy (23:06):

Yep.

Sevan Matossian (23:07):

I can tell by this chisel jaw and these bright eyes and these, this beautiful skin. Um, what, um, so, and, and are you a computer science major?

@bOrowy (23:18):

Uh, minor. Minor, but yeah.

Sevan Matossian (23:21):

Okay. And, um, have you done this before? Basic? Well, tell me, tell me what happened. Tell, tell, tell me about your story to find, digging up the URL. And is that really exciting when you get it right? And you see the PDF pop up, are you like yeah.

@bOrowy (23:34):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (23:35):

Like better than Christmas. Right.

@bOrowy (23:39):

And you immediately share it with your friends and they’re like, no way.

Sevan Matossian (23:47):

It’s like sending a picture of your new girlfriend to them. They can’t believe it. They’re like you’re dating her. You, you get to hold her hand. You get to hold her hand in the movie theater. It’s like really cool.

@bOrowy (23:59):

Shout out to my, my hand family.

Sevan Matossian (24:02):

You guys. Oh yeah. Are you, are you a mayhem? A oh, you are a mayhem athlete. Holy. Okay. Are you good? CrossFitter

@bOrowy (24:11):

Uh, but I’m, I’m fighting to get better last week. I got my first bar muscle up, so

Sevan Matossian (24:22):

Hey, congrats. That’s awesome. Congratulations. Okay. So can you tell me how it works? Like your, your, your thought process of how you dig out the URL?

@bOrowy (24:35):

Yeah. So first thought is maybe there is some leak just because there is because someone tested it and leaked it and you look for the signs. But of course now it’s a bit harder because of the, of the NDAs and. So you, you dig into the website and you check if maybe there are some links that are there actually, but are hidden from, uh, uh, visibility. So inspect the website and then you start checking, um, how the URLs of the previous PDFs look like. And, uh, if you go to the, uh, to the games site where the open workouts are, there is a series of links with, uh, various divisions and those links are generated in a way that include, uh, random string of science. So you cannot really figure out what the other random thing of site is. But if you click a, uh, more, um, the bigger link, if you, if you opened up the way through website, I could show you.

Sevan Matossian (26:04):

Okay, can you do that, Caleb? I, I, I was actually thinking Caleb, would’ve just done that, but it looks like he’s looking at porn right now. Let’s see if let’s stop from. Okay. Okay. So this, oh,

@bOrowy (26:15):

Back to the, uh,

Sevan Matossian (26:18):

To the actual page.

@bOrowy (26:19):

Yeah. So then

Sevan Matossian (26:23):

You look at, so you look at the URL from the week before

@bOrowy (26:27):

The link of the 22.2.

Sevan Matossian (26:29):

Okay. Looks

@bOrowy (26:31):

Super basic. Yeah. Go down on a bit. Yeah, here, this one and it looked super basic, like CFG 22, 2 blah, blah, blah. And the end had version eight or something. So you obviously change the 0.2 to 0.3. Cause he wants to find 0.3.

Sevan Matossian (26:56):

It’s that easy.

@bOrowy (26:58):

Uh, at the end of the link, there is V number. So version something.

Sevan Matossian (27:04):

Right. And

@bOrowy (27:05):

When I started checking all the numbers in order 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and then at nine it’s clicked. It was there the whole time.

Sevan Matossian (27:17):

Hey, did you try to do this with 22.2 also?

@bOrowy (27:23):

Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (27:24):

But, but, but, but you failed, you didn’t get 22.2.

@bOrowy (27:27):

No.

Sevan Matossian (27:28):

Wow. This is so good. And then, so you’re just sitting you’re alone at home doing this?

@bOrowy (27:37):

No, I was talking to my friends from my, he, my, he usual we have a group chat. We talk every day.

Sevan Matossian (27:45):

And so you’re on group chat and you’re in what kind of computer do you have?

@bOrowy (27:49):

Uh, Lenovo.

Sevan Matossian (27:51):

Oh, so you’re a PC guy that makes sense. Yeah. Mac app, Mac people don’t do that stuff. We’re

Matt Souza (27:56):

Good.

Sevan Matossian (27:59):

And then, and so you put V nine in there you’re just changing and all of a sudden it just opens.

@bOrowy (28:05):

Yeah, because there’s no, there’s no safety in the link. There’s no security. So all took was to change the numbers and you got it.

Sevan Matossian (28:17):

Yeah. We used to not do that.

@bOrowy (28:19):

Yeah. Some kind of encryption in, in the random string, you can figure it that out because you don’t know how they generated it.

Sevan Matossian (28:28):

It’s a, it’s a, it’s a pretty basic mistake. Right? Like they should know better. Yeah.

@bOrowy (28:32):

School boy, mistake

Sevan Matossian (28:33):

School, boy mistake. Yes.

Matt Souza (28:35):

What

Matt Souza (28:36):

Was more exciting when that URL opened up or when you got your first bar muscle up

@bOrowy (28:40):

Bar? For sure.

Matt Souza (28:44):

That’s awesome.

Sevan Matossian (28:45):

Do, um, do you have a girlfriend?

@bOrowy (28:47):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (28:48):

Um, was she a do, was she able to enjoy that excitement with you or is she like, oh, good job, Felipe, uh, come pick me up now.

@bOrowy (29:01):

She does CrossFit too. So she was pretty excited to see the earlier.

Sevan Matossian (29:07):

Um, how about your parents? Are they proud of you? Like who do you share with Like who, I mean, it’s such a great thing. It’s, it’s it like, it means nothing and yet means so much. It’s so fun.

@bOrowy (29:18):

Yeah. First thing I, I did, I send it to my cross friends and then my, my home friends And they were all wow. No way, but it was real. It was on the game server, so.

Sevan Matossian (29:33):

Okay. And

@bOrowy (29:33):

Then I turned out on your podcast and saw,

Sevan Matossian (29:45):

Oh, Hobart’s such a good dude. I hate to see him in other positions. He’s such a good dude. He got wrecked. Um, well you, you have my phone number now, if you uncover any other links, could I be part.

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