#355 – The Grind Never Stops

Sevan Matossian (00:04):

Bam we’re live. Fuck. I forgot to put up the video. I started this show and didn’t even have the video up. Woo. Good morning guys. Matthew Simmel burger today on the podcast. UFC fighter. Bad dude. He is a bad, bad dude. He beat up our, uh, other guest AJ Fletcher. And when I say beat him up, man, it was a good fight. It was a good fight. Matthew Simmons. I mean, he’s gonna be in his car this morning for the first part of the interview. I don’t know. Should I, should I feel, should I feel disrespected? 10 and three, 170 pounds, six foot one. Uh, Matthew Berger.

Sevan Matossian (00:57):

Interesting cap focused. Dedicated. He’s a good dude. A lot of these guys. It’s funny. The UFC’s kind of reminds me of CrossFit in the way that it’s where other professional athletes go to die. You guys feel me on that? How in the world did you not have Dave and Greg on as an April fools podcast title, step up your game. Shit. Can I do that tomorrow? Travis? I’m sorry. I screwed that up. Good morning, Bruce. Good morning, Heidi. Miss Jodi. Jodi. Did you change your picture, Amanda stack? No you didn’t. I confused you with, uh, soccer mom for a second.

Sevan Matossian (01:36):

Uh, this guy, the last guy we had on, I don’t know if you remember that cool dude who had the, um, uh, um, barbershop, Daron weeks. We had him on a couple days ago. God, I love my voice when I’m sick. You guys, I was so sick a couple days ago. I mean like, like, like so, so, so, so, so sick. My, I couldn’t, I kept getting up in the middle of the night cuz my throat was so sore. I, I couldn’t stay down. It hurt so bad. So I’d gurgle hot water. It would break up the phlegm. Mm yummy. And then I’d go back to sleep. And then I woke up in the morning that day and, and my throat was fine. And yesterday my head was so congested that I, I felt like my head was gonna floated. It hurt so bad. I rode the salt bike. Four, 10 minute little runs. Let the snot drain outta my nose. That was good, but still horrible. And uh, so yesterday I took 2000, uh, milligrams of vitamin C every hour for like, I don’t know, 10 hours. I probably took 20,000 milligrams. And then this morning I woke up and I’m like, I’m a king, I’m a king, not like a full king. If I was a full king, I wouldn’t be wearing this hat. I’d slick my hair back and matted my beard down semi king, semi semi.

Sevan Matossian (02:43):

What are the odds of the UFC fighter? Not showing up. Oh, he texts this morning. Let’s see what’s going on. Anyway, he’s in the same weight class as Darion weeks. Those of you who follow the show religiously, uh, Darion’s 170 pound. He was the cat who owned the barber and Sedalia. Sedia Missouri. And he’s the one who’s fighting. Ian, Gary and Ian. Gary’s supposed to be the next con McGregor. Well, this guy that we’re having on, today’s in the same weight class.

Sevan Matossian (03:14):

I told one of my, oh, you know what else I did. I, I normally only sleep six hours last night. I slept eight hours. And I don’t wanna tell you guys this, but I took some, I took like a knockoff brand of Tylenol. They’re like these 650 milligram ones. It says it’s for what? What’s that shit old people get when your joints hurt, whatever that thing is, it says it’s for that. But my wife told me to take, take those. And I took two of those arthritis. Um, I took two of, of those and uh, and I, and I set myself up to sleep for eight hours and I woke up this morning and I was just great. I think, I don’t know why I’m I’m old school. Vitamin C. I should have a picture of somebody’s mom on the, uh, bottom of this shirt, just here to bang.

Sevan Matossian (04:03):

This is the weirdest shirt it’s so unlike me, I to wear something like this, so unlikely. Yeah. Dylan’s got the other version of it. Right. Um, and it what’s even weirder is my wife bought it for me. And this is like, my wife does, is I can’t tell you my wife’s like the, she doesn’t talk like this just here to bang. She’s like straight as an arrow. Like, I don’t know. I don’t know how to explain her, but very, very nice kind, gentle, not vile. Doesn’t swear. I mean, not, not, we are not cut from the same cloth at all. Okay. Let me take this guy. You coming, you coming. Uh, so this guy, Matthew SIM, um, just fought AJ Fletcher, who we’ve had on the show before another 170 pounder. And they went the, uh, did they go the distance or did he choke AJ out? Let

Sevan Matossian (05:07):


Sevan Matossian (05:10):

And it kind of broke my heart, but this dude’s a good dude. You know? I don’t want all the oh yeah. So it went to decision against AJ. Yeah. Let’s see. Can you interview your wife one day? We’d love to hear, but no, I don’t wanna do that. You know, what’s funny is I did interview her one show and the audio was all screwed up. It was when I prerecorded dude, I’m having issues, getting my phone settings to allow Mike and camera access to stream yard while driving. Is there any way we could reschedule for another set time? I’m just sorry, guys. I had some legit important things. Bring up. Sorry if I’m delayed responding to my car. Okay. Okay. Sounds good. Let’s reschedule. Ah, ah. Susan’s watching this right now. Panicking. He’s probably like a CrossFit Livermore going, oh my God. I need to get to a computer and help se on the team is so good. Maybe will or Caleb or I don’t think these people know that the show is live. They don’t, they don’t. No, I, I love my phone. Oh, look there’s Caleb. Geez. Hey

Caleb Beaver (06:33):


Sevan Matossian (06:34):

Don’t you have work? Oh, I don’t even have my headphones plugged in. I wouldn’t have known until someone talked. Um, don’t you have like a, like something to do like jump out of an airplane or some shit.

Caleb Beaver (06:47):

No, I did that yesterday.

Sevan Matossian (06:49):

Did you?

Caleb Beaver (06:51):


Sevan Matossian (06:53):

Oh, where are you?

Caleb Beaver (06:55):


Sevan Matossian (06:57):

Oh, you’re visiting family.

Caleb Beaver (06:59):


Sevan Matossian (07:01):

Are you doing this? Cuz you’re deploying.

Caleb Beaver (07:03):


Sevan Matossian (07:05):

Just you would’ve done this anyway.

Caleb Beaver (07:06):

Yeah. I

Sevan Matossian (07:07):

Just, yeah, this is someone’s once. Is this your parents’ house or something?

Caleb Beaver (07:11):


Sevan Matossian (07:12):

Look how nice it is. Look at the ceiling. And you got tapestries hanging. Do you think you’ll ever get old and like do shit like that? You’ll have like a nice place,

Caleb Beaver (07:20):

Man. I hope so.

Sevan Matossian (07:24):

Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. This is gonna screw up our, my live calling show on the, um, that I’m supposed to do tomorrow morning. I’m gonna send you over God. I’m so prepared by the way, Caleb. Thank you for coming on.

Caleb Beaver (07:40):

Yeah, of course.

Sevan Matossian (07:42):

Funny that these, these what?

Caleb Beaver (07:45):

I was kind of excited to have them.

Sevan Matossian (07:46):

Oh yeah. Oh. Were you gonna come on anyway?

Caleb Beaver (07:49):


Sevan Matossian (07:50):

Oh yeah. That would’ve been awesome. He’s good. He’s a good fighter.

Caleb Beaver (07:54):

Yeah, he is.

Sevan Matossian (07:55):

He’s a great fighter. I think, you know, what’s funny. Are you following this guy? This guy, Y and Gary, I don’t think’s the real deal like everyone says he is, do you?

Caleb Beaver (08:02):

No, I don’t think so either. Um, just by, just from the little bits that I’ve seen from him, uh, or like just the little, um, pieces I’ve seen. I think these a little bit overrated. I think they’re, they’re making them out to be a little bit more than he is

Sevan Matossian (08:15):

And, and, and Patty. Um, I agree. And Patty, Plet the guy that pumping up to, um, uh, I feel like every fight he takes a really heavy shot in the beginning.

Caleb Beaver (08:27):

Patty does or even Jerry. Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (08:29):

But pat, yeah. Gary gets in just fights. That’s why I don’t think he’s gonna last. He just gets in fights.

Caleb Beaver (08:36):

It’s like I, but as soon as he gets that big hit, like from Patty, he’s just like, he, it turns him on. I

Sevan Matossian (08:41):

Don’t know. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe let me see what Dylan’s saying here. Dylan. Val, tell him to unplug his phone from the car. My phone won’t allow me to FaceTime while it’s plugged in maybe similar issue. Ah, it’s good advice to know in the future. I, I, I cut. ’em loose. Anyone who’s like asking for a reschedule. I just, I just cut. I just cut loose. Okay. Let’s start with something crazy. Do you see this thing? Um, um, On the bottom it says, why do all black people look alike? Do you see that?

Caleb Beaver (09:14):


Sevan Matossian (09:14):

I sent, I just sent you the email. I don’t even know. I don’t know how long it takes for an email to get to Nebraska

Caleb Beaver (09:20):

Takes a while. You know, we’ve got pretty, we’ve got like farmland, internet.

Sevan Matossian (09:24):

There’s, there’s all these things in life that I don’t understand. You remember in the shows like you might be too young, but in the eighties there’d be a show. And like two guys would be talking like a black dude and a white dude. And the white dude would be like, and you people. And then the black guy would like pull his head back like this. And then the, the crowd would LA like the, the, I never understood why that was funny. I never understood why that was offensive. Like, I don’t understand why you’re not supposed to say you people, those people, I don’t know why. You’re not supposed to say that. Okay. Yeah, let’s play this. Let’s play this, this guy’s I

Caleb Beaver (09:52):

Guess the audio

Sevan Matossian (09:52):

Right? This guy’s delivery is dope.

Speaker 5 (09:56):

So of the dude heckles me from the back of the room and he says this Michael junior, I was wonder why do our black people look alike? Right? And the whole crowd froze. It’s an all white audience. They didn’t know how I was gonna respond or what I was gonna do. They had no idea. I didn’t know how I was gonna respond or what I was gonna do. They didn’t know if I was gonna throw a chair, get mad. They had no idea. When I said, said these words, I didn’t even think them. When I said ’em I was hearing them for the first time. He said, Monica, junior, why do all black people look alike? I was like, we don’t all look alike. You just gotta cut the eye holes in your sheet a lot bigger.

Sevan Matossian (10:39):


Sevan Matossian (10:41):

No, no, no one, no one thinks that all Asian people look alike or all black people. That’s a good joke. I like it. It’s fun. And his deliveries. Awesome. But no one thinks that all black people look alike or all Asian people look alike or all Jews look alike or Armenians look alike because they’re racist. It’s because they haven’t been around those people. So if you go to Africa and I spent a shitload of time in Africa, you very, you very quickly realize that you can even tell, um, uh, you can tell the Somalians from different, from the Kenyans, from the Ethiopians. I mean, you can start, like, not only tell that everyone looks different, but that they’re different, um, ethnicities that black people aren’t even same, not even close. It would be like comparing me to fucking the flowing Dutchman that dude remember that dude we had on from the Netherlands, right?

Sevan Matossian (11:26):

Like we’re both white dudes. You never fucking confuse the two of us. That’s the way. That’s the, that’s the variance in black dudes in Africa. And so kinda like, I don’t get any of that. I don’t get how that’s just more systemic racism being driven by the left. They like, that’s all you must be offended. Of course, all Asian people look the same. If you fucking have never, if you go to China and you’re a white dude, or you’re a black dude and it’s not racist, it’s because it’s something psychological we would need. Like it it’s because we we’re, it’s the way we lump shit together. It’s why, like, I can tell snakes apart very quickly. I’m a fucking reptile expert, but other people can’t I get it. Sorry, go ahead. What were you gonna say?

Caleb Beaver (12:09):

Are you the one that was going on runs leaving old fruit on the sidewalk and taking pictures of them?

Sevan Matossian (12:15):

No, no, but as a kid, did you catch reptiles as a kid?

Caleb Beaver (12:18):

Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. All keep ’em. Yeah. Yeah. So we, so I used to live in California and we used to, uh, there was like just a trail, like in our backyard and like, me and my buddies would just go out there and like, we would catch like these, like, like almost like desert type lizards or they like super dry looking like salt, super scaly had a bunch of patterns on them.

Sevan Matossian (12:39):

Were they horny? Toads? Were they the ones with like the turtle head? And they had the, the horns on top. They’re kinda

Caleb Beaver (12:44):

Rare. Some of ’em were, but not very,

Sevan Matossian (12:46):

They looked like ninja turtles. No. Okay.

Caleb Beaver (12:48):

Yeah. It was pretty rare that we’d find one of those, but

Sevan Matossian (12:50):

Yeah, they’re rare. They’re cool though. To get and they’re slow. Fuck.

Caleb Beaver (12:54):

Yeah. Right. Like literally we could just walk up behind him and they’d be just like propped up on a tree and you could just like cut it off of a tree real quick. It was super easy. And then the other ones, like I had one, it was like the width of like a cable. And it was just like this, like this that’s

Sevan Matossian (13:09):

Escape. Yes. Fastest lizard on the planet. Look at us reptile talk. It was

Caleb Beaver (13:13):

Incredible. It was so crazy. I’d never seen one of those. And then you like pick it up. It’s like super slimy. And like one of ’em I caught, it had like a, you could see its intestines, like it had like, you’d see, like its liver, it’s like in little bowels and his stomach,

Sevan Matossian (13:27):

Like when you turned him on his back.

Caleb Beaver (13:28):

No, like from the side, you could see it from the side. It was the craziest thing. And I tried to keep it, I put it in the little contain, but then like the air holes were too big and then it like crawled out so that it was gone. But

Sevan Matossian (13:41):

I like this, Mike. I, I was just thinking, well, I didn’t like this, Mike that’s. I was just thinking, man, this motherfucker needs to turn his shit up.

Caleb Beaver (13:47):

Is here gas station headphones will. So

Sevan Matossian (13:50):

Are they?

Caleb Beaver (13:51):

Yeah, I got ’em the road trip,

Sevan Matossian (13:53):

Like just in a pinch.

Caleb Beaver (13:55):

Oh yeah. I didn’t headphones and my AirPods were dead and I couldn’t charge ’em and so I just stopped at a gas station and there, there were obviously like $30 headphones because it’s gas station. Everything’s so expensive.

Sevan Matossian (14:07):

I understand. I understand the blackface thing. I, I, I, I don’t, I don’t think anyone should be offended by it, but I understand it historically, I guess there was, um, white dudes would paint their faces and dance, like black people. And there was like some, it was some sort of like making fun of their culture. I, I, I get it. But still like if I wanted to go as Tupac as Halloween, I should be able to paint myself black and it shouldn’t offend anyone. The fact that it does is completely, it is that it is those. It’s the insistence of those things that keeps the Hey hatred in the division alive. It is. And what’s, what’s AMA it’s, it’s amazing that we, that we, that those people think that who are enforcing that are actually doing the right thing, but you’re actually enforcing it. You’re enforcing there to be something there that’s not, but se on it is there.

Sevan Matossian (14:56):

They used to make fun of, but they don’t anymore. We love our black artists more than, more than anything who doesn’t love. Cut. Kanye, Beyonce, Sidney, port, Sidney Portier of Denzel Washington. Everyone loves all the black artists. You know what the fuck? Worst thing about will Smith smacking. Chris rock is cuz we love both of them. They’re dope. Will Smith is will. Smith is, you know, Johnny de Johnny Depp, you know like you go see a movie, you know, it’s gonna be horrible and you still see it, cuz will Smith’s in it. So did you see morning chalks instead this morning I blocked them. So I don’t see their shit and I, I need to, oh, wait morning. Chalk up. No know someone sent me the meme guy posted something about me. And then, and then I can’t say his name anymore. The Batman. I’m not saying his name ever again on my show. Wait, what, what can I call him? The rat man, the Batman, uh, he, he made a video this morning.

Caleb Beaver (15:54):

Do you wanna see the morning chalk post?

Sevan Matossian (15:55):

Yeah, sure. I hope it’s not about me. Yeah. They, they, I don’t think they’re allowed to say my name. Oh yeah. Awesome. That’s good. That’s good. That’s good. Oh, okay. Bruce, I won’t do that. I won’t do it. Don’t call him the Batman. You’re the Batman I saw and the, and the meme guy, uh, posted. Um, and man, the internet really is forever. I wish I would’ve never posted that photo. The meme guy posted something. Um, I can’t tell if it’s making fun of me or

Caleb Beaver (16:33):

I think they blocked the Sevan podcast, Instagram too. They,

Sevan Matossian (16:41):

Those mother. Um, but, uh, I can’t, I can’t tell. I, I, I, my default, if someone makes fun of me is that they want to be friends with me. It’s not to be offended. So I can’t tell, I didn’t think that they wanted to be friends with me when the New York times wrote that shit about me. Uh, he, he doesn’t have morning chocolate block. Um, Jason ha. He met Mawas. Yeah. I might have morning chocolate block too. And Mawas great. Again. I, I don’t, I block people, not cuz I don’t want them to see my shit it’s cuz I don’t want to accidentally see their shit. I don’t want them getting into my like yeah, this, this, yeah. Um, I, I don’t even know why this is this I don’t, I don’t know why this is funny though. Will you liked it will brands that are liked. It will probably made that shit and sent it over there. That’s uh, yeah, exactly. Jason Watkins. Got it. Uh, they hate me cuz they want to date me. Thank you. Thank you. Um, I’m thinking about getting a new office chair. Uh, I think it would help to show a lot. Um, it would, it would change shit up quite a bit. Can you show the new office chair that I’m I’m thinking of getting

Caleb Beaver (18:02):

Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (18:04):

Caleb. I don’t know if we have a budget for a chair this fancy, but, but I really want to, uh,

Caleb Beaver (18:09):

I want my be tight, but

Sevan Matossian (18:11):

I wanna, I wanna Look at that thing. Bam. What’s this thing is, is that that squirts your butt with water?

Caleb Beaver (18:21):

I is that I, I don’t know. It looks like it’s just distributing toilet paper to you.

Sevan Matossian (18:26):

Oh really? It look. Oh yeah. Like there was a rag on there. It polishes your wow. Yeah. Wow. Wow.

Caleb Beaver (18:38):

That way you don’t have to take a bathroom break in the middle of the show anymore.

Sevan Matossian (18:40):

Is that like a robotic robotic hand on there?

Caleb Beaver (18:43):

Yeah. It looks like a Terminator hand.

Sevan Matossian (18:45):

Oh, I would take that, that Kleenex off and just let that thing tickle me. Hey. Hey. So that’s not even a real chair. Okay. I thought that was a real chair. Wouldn’t that be incredible.

Caleb Beaver (18:58):

That’d be great. You’d never have to leave your chair.

Sevan Matossian (19:01):

It gives you a prostate exam. Oh my goodness.

Caleb Beaver (19:09):

Love that.

Sevan Matossian (19:10):

Okay. Let’s look at this. Uh, I don’t know. I type fast. It says dysphasia. I don’t even know what’s that means, but just, it says mouth purifier. This is nuts. This is absolutely nuts. I, I wonder what the implication, I wonder what the, I wonder what’s worse. The, the, the EMF from the Bluetooth, the electrical current around your mouth, but this is real. I actually looked this up to make sure this wasn’t a joke. This is a Dyson headphone air purifier.

Caleb Beaver (19:42):


Sevan Matossian (19:43):

This is. So if you’re so scared of like germs in bad air, you wear this. Can you imagine covering your face with that? I heard some kids talking the other day. I’m trying to think where it was. And they were saying that they saw that their classmates for the first, in over a year, it was these little boys talking and he said he hadn’t seen, he saw a girl for the first time in over a year. And the last time he saw her, she wasn’t pretty. And now she’s pretty cuz they took their masks off again. I was, he was dropping all these little kids talking. I was like, holy shit.

Caleb Beaver (20:22):

There’s even a conversation mode for you.

Sevan Matossian (20:26):

Um, we need to retitle this video, uh, to not UFC. I, and I think more than ouch. Ouch, ouch.

Caleb Beaver (20:37):

We’re trying. We’re trying God.

Sevan Matossian (20:38):

I’m not gonna, I’m not gonna do the whole, um, I’m not gonna do the whole show. I’m just gonna do like 40 more minutes. Um, yeah, I’m just gonna do like 40 more minutes. I spoke to uh, Brian, um, friend last night. Do you know who that is? The guy comes on the show and talks about CrossFit stuff. Yeah, I think so. Sounds familiar. Good. And I get upstate, oh my computer wants to restart and update right now. That’s a good way to end the show. Um, and so those of you who don’t know, um, tomorrow we do have a live call show at 7:00 AM. Oh I should put in the live callin number and see, um, Susan was suggesting that this number doesn’t work. So let’s see if it does work. Um, we have a live call show tomorrow and then Sunday we have, uh, you have GU from the Ukraine, but um, and then we have con Porter, but in the evening we have a, um, a ranking show with Brian friend and I, and I don’t know exactly the details. It’s at 6:30 PM Pacific standard time. I don’t know exactly the details of the ranking. I, I, it’s kind of weird. Oh, okay. It does work well. That’s nice to know. Let’s see. Maybe I should change the ringer.

Sevan Matossian (21:54):

Oh, there’s all sorts of people calling. Oh, I’ve never done. I’ve never done a party line. I’ve never done a party line Callers. Speak your mind. They’re both gonna talk at the same time. Oh no. Wait, wait. Oops. Wait. Hello?

Speaker 6 (22:13):

Fear. Oh

Sevan Matossian (22:15):

Yeah. This is beaver. The

Speaker 6 (22:17):

Hey. Yeah. Okay. It works.

Sevan Matossian (22:19):

That’s all you you’ve reached the hot beaver hotline.

Speaker 6 (22:22):

We got other people call. Let them talk. Okay. See ya.

Sevan Matossian (22:24):

Okay. Bye. That was nice of them. Hello?

Speaker 6 (22:27):


Sevan Matossian (22:27):

Hi. How are you?

Speaker 6 (22:29):

Good. How are you doing?

Sevan Matossian (22:30):

Do you have anything to say? Or you just, you just friend of the show testing, testing out the line.

Speaker 6 (22:34):

I mean, I was just helping call, uh, test your live call number, but I also wanted to talk about, uh, he, him who we don’t speak of.

Sevan Matossian (22:43):

Oh yes, yes, yes, yes. Speak, speak to me about him. Who we don’t speak of. Yes. Let’s call him something fucked up like Mohamed. Like you’re not supposed to draw a picture of Mohamed. Right? Luckily call him, we need his, he needs his own nickname on this show. Cause if we say his name, then he might show up. Right. And the bats will start showing, oh darn it. Does that

Speaker 6 (23:05):

Have multiple ID addresses too. So he is also like,

Sevan Matossian (23:09):

I didn’t really block him by the way. That was a joke. I wouldn’t block the guy. I don’t have any, uh, I just coughed up something yellow. Uh, I don’t have any like serious issues with him. You know what I mean? I’m just, I’m just, he, he he’s, like I said, he’s just like that. He’s like a fireplace. And every once in a while I wanna spray little water on it and watch steam come off of it. You know? Like

Speaker 6 (23:32):

I feel like you’ve only like, like you did a very cursory job at looking at what he is actually trying to say though. So the whole, the whole thing is like process going downhill with actually keeping people accountable that are all over Instagram and trying to promote their own brands and trying to do their and looked at how fit I am without actually holding to the same standards of 10 years ago that I feel like everyone kind of reminisce about

Sevan Matossian (24:00):

Why you think there, you think there were better standards before

Speaker 6 (24:03):

I think it was upheld better. I, people actually took pride in it. People like why would ma just immediately block someone that just like says, Hey, didn’t dos, right?

Sevan Matossian (24:17):

Matt Fraser told Herts truth to that. I bet you there’s some truth to that.

Speaker 6 (24:30):

Yeah. I don’t know. I, I feel like it everywhere.

Sevan Matossian (24:32):

Jason, Hopper’s not allowed to come on during the while he’s competing. Cuz Matt told him not to. And ma Obrien has to block everyone that, um, razor tells her to. I don’t know. Just a guess. It’s a guess. Don’t get offended. Anybody. Just a guess. Actually I don’t give a fuck if you get it offended. Hey, Hey, did you watch this video? So last night someone called me and go, Hey, watch this video on, um, watch, uh, he, who shall not be names video on, um, on, um, any screwing up the shirt market too. This motherfucker selling shirts for 13 bucks, screwing everyone else, making the rest of us look like we’re gouging people, which we are. And he, he, he made this 18 minute video way too long. He made fun of me for two hour videos and was talking about how cool his 10 minute videos are.

Sevan Matossian (25:15):

Now. He is got an 18 minute video and it’s a solution for the, um, for the, uh, uh, Onika Greer situation. First of all, it’s my solution. The first nine minutes are exactly what I’ve said three times. So he, he didn’t gimme credit. He plagiarized that shit off of me. And the second thing is is you can’t give the money back if they’re right, that’s not the point because they’re not right. If you want an appeal, you have to pay the money and the money’s gone. You don’t get the money back. If you make it to the games. And he even sounded a little woke to me, a little woke, something, I’m gonna take something off as utility belt. If he sounds RO again, takes those handcuffs or something that dildo, he carries around on his utility belt. I’m gonna take it off. He, he, no, I’ll leave the dildo. Just take the loop. He said that he said that we’re gonna charge a thousand bucks or 500 bucks, whatever he said. And then he says, and I know some of you are gonna complain that not everyone has money. Who cares? If not everyone has money, not everyone has con Porter’s hair. Not everyone has, um, Annie Thor’s daughter’s abs not everyone has just the fucking entire package that rich Froning has. Like who C? Like that was just, that was just woke. Talk. Makes me think he’s getting soft.

Speaker 6 (26:28):

I think we’re

Sevan Matossian (26:29):


Speaker 6 (26:30):

We’re already down the road where we shouldn’t have even taken the for. So like the whole anecdote Greer situation, the whole point of process, like everyone has equal opportunity.

Sevan Matossian (26:41):

Yeah. Hess off. We, we, we, we nailed it. You’re right. He took the wrong fork. Sorry. Explain. I see what you’re saying. He’s getting soft. We’ve already, we’ve already. I, I might have to take his badge off him. He’s no longer the rep sheriff. He’s now the woke sheriff, trying to look for solutions. Okay, go ahead. Sorry. Keep interrupting you. But

Speaker 6 (26:59):

If everyone had equal opportunity to put in scores and it doesn’t freaking matter what your reasons are that you didn’t put your score in.

Sevan Matossian (27:08):

Right? Right.

Speaker 6 (27:09):

Like you’re not allowed to be special just because you’re top. Oh, what was what? Well,

Sevan Matossian (27:16):

I think you should be. I do. I do. I do think that you should be special if you’re a top athlete

Speaker 6 (27:23):

Though. And that’s

Sevan Matossian (27:24):


Speaker 6 (27:24):

That’s not woke.

Sevan Matossian (27:26):

No, no. It’s not woke.

Speaker 6 (27:27):

It’s not,

Sevan Matossian (27:28):

No, it’s not

Speaker 6 (27:28):

Woke. I feel like

Sevan Matossian (27:30):

No, uh, woke is as if you denied it woke would be like, if you were doing it without, without admitting that it was wrong, like, like I’m admitting that it’s wrong. Like, um, like affirmative action is racism to fight racism. And in the end you only have racist people. What we’re saying, what, what I’m saying is this, listen, if you want a second chance for the, for the ju everyone has the same rules to follow this is it. And, and, and I think you and I agree here, get the shit on time at a certain time, blah, blah, blah. If for some reason there’s some circumstance that you think that the judges should look at it because something happened. I, regardless of what it is, we don’t, I don’t even care what the criteria is. Then you have to pay 500 bucks to get that extra. Look at it. No matter if you’re the worst person or the best person, and for 500 bucks, they’ll look at it and then they’ll come back to you and give you an answer. Like, I like that. I, I, I like that. I like that a lot because you never know what, but it doesn’t matter whether it’s, um, I don’t, I think, I think it’s the governing body’s decision. Plus this thing is privately owned. Right? I do like the fact that I do like what Andrew Hiller says, damn it. I said, his name

Speaker 6 (28:49):

Just talked about this. We just,

Sevan Matossian (28:51):

I do like what he said about setting precedent, about how, when you take something to court and, and, and that, that was cool. That, that, that was the only thing new that he offered that I hadn’t talked about

Speaker 6 (29:03):

Three different times. At what point are, are you gonna just let, like, okay. Tia, you’re so good across it. Forget about the open. Yeah. You’re just good

Sevan Matossian (29:11):

Enough. Yeah, I agree. Hey, there, part of me does think that she shouldn’t have to do the open. I know now we’re starting way off topic, but it should be like you, it should be like you won the games. Once you don’t have to do the open, you won the games two times in a row. You don’t have to do the open the quarter finals. You won the games three in a row. You don’t have to open the quarter finals or the semifinals. Maybe there’s something like that.

Speaker 6 (29:36):

Okay. Last thing. Favorite part about Andrew Hiller is he makes fun of Spiegel nonstop because she’s a complete fraud. So there’s that? How is,

Sevan Matossian (29:45):

How is she a fraud? How is she a fraud? She’s not a fraud.

Speaker 6 (29:47):

Every single, every single one of her Instagram post is all about just showing her ass number one, number two. Yeah, but

Sevan Matossian (29:53):

That’s not, that’s not fraud, right? Unless it’s a fake.

Speaker 6 (29:55):

No. Well, that’s like, you’re, justing your feet at fitness.

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