#356 – Don’t Let Anyone Tell You To Be Offended

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Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam. We’re live Two minutes early. I know. I think I wanna start doing that more and more Jobs.com. Pete street, coffee, paper street, coffee, coffee, street, coffee, Vagina street, coffee, the paper street, coffee thing. What was that? Did you just wake up?

Mattew Ouza (00:21):

Mm, about 30 minutes ago.

Sevan Matossian (00:23):

And normally when I see you’ve already taught a class, huh?

Mattew Ouza (00:25):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (00:26):

Slacking 6:30 AM on Saturday. Look how red your lips are you wearing lipstick?

Mattew Ouza (00:31):

No, I don’t know. Why they’re they feel like, uh, chapter

Sevan Matossian (00:35):

Something you down at the Y this morning

Mattew Ouza (00:39):

They look like really red. That’s

Sevan Matossian (00:40):

Weird. Do you get that joke? You get that joke. You’re down at the Y this morning. You get that joke.

Mattew Ouza (00:44):

What do you mean? The Y the Y M C a

Sevan Matossian (00:46):

No, But that why this? Why?

Mattew Ouza (00:50):

Oh, no.

Sevan Matossian (00:53):

Isn’t that a great name for a woman’s anatomy. The Y Ooh. You

Mattew Ouza (00:58):

Never heard that before

Sevan Matossian (00:59):

We get the Y this morning. Yeah. Had a little snack at the Y Got by the white movie.

Mattew Ouza (01:07):

We have to get

Sevan Matossian (01:07):

Morning Tyler,

Mattew Ouza (01:09):

The zoomed out view. So it doesn’t seem so weird for me,

Sevan Matossian (01:12):

Corey. You’re a nice dude. Nice to see you always Lead though. Corey pudo Tyler, Bruce, Bruce Wayne. Always good. Bruce. I think about you during the middle of the day, don’t tell your wife for your girlfriend that I do.

Mattew Ouza (01:25):

Sometimes

Sevan Matossian (01:25):

I like when I’m telling myself jokes or something. I think I wonder if Bruce will think this is funny. Dick butter,

Mattew Ouza (01:32):

Dick butter’s name just cracks me up every time.

Sevan Matossian (01:36):

What are we commenting on today? I don’t, I don’t know what to call the show. That’s why I call it that. That’s why I called it the commentating show alum with an accent over the a seven. Did you saw, oh, oh, uh, oh, you’re a foreigner. Did you saw get it? I mean, you’re a foreigner, right? I mean, you got that. The, this line over the a and you got a, did you saw, did you saw make wads great again, meme on doing a pod to get I did. I think like one or 2000 people sent me that, Um,

Mattew Ouza (02:09):

Just

Sevan Matossian (02:10):

Never H word that one. Never H word Travis. Good morning.

Mattew Ouza (02:15):

Damn. The bats are ready.

Sevan Matossian (02:17):

He got his blood wings. Thank you. Thank you. Bat blood. Uh, Mr. Hiller. Good morning, buddy. You for the, uh, kind video. Good up bam. Oh man. What a show today? We can only, we only have, uh, 90 minutes. It is going to fly by good morning, Heen. Uh, yeah, I did like your video, actually. It it’s cool. It’s funny. It’s funny. The things that, um, I, I, I really admired all the, uh, work. Oh, I didn’t realize you were so buff,

Mattew Ouza (02:55):

Dude. Yeah, Hiller’s a fit dude. He was like crazy.

Sevan Matossian (03:00):

And stuff’s crazy. Is he did he was he, is he games aspirational?

Mattew Ouza (03:04):

I don’t know if it was aspirational to be, to go to the games, but I know he was, he qualified for regionals a couple of times, those

Sevan Matossian (03:08):

Shoulders, my God, those are almost as big as mine. Those are crazy. And he is tan. He fake bakes. He fake bakes. You know, what’s crazy is when you hear stories of people who fake bake, who like you didn’t think bake like a really good friend of mine that I never thought would a fake bake told me a fake bake story. The other day, I was like, wow.

Mattew Ouza (03:27):

He told people, you weren’t gonna tell me,

Sevan Matossian (03:30):

Dude, you need to get out in the sun, motherfucker. No one’s ever gonna accuse you of fake bake too,

Mattew Ouza (03:35):

Man. I just got made fun of my, my friends about being like extra white too,

Sevan Matossian (03:40):

Dude. You’re part van you’re part of vampire

Mattew Ouza (03:42):

A farmer’s tan going

Sevan Matossian (03:44):

And, and look at those lips of yours even too. That’s why I know you’re part vampire. You were just out feeding and you just rolled into your house. You just flew. I

Mattew Ouza (03:50):

Don’t even know why they’re they’re like that. Now. I’m super. Self-conscious about it.

Sevan Matossian (03:54):

No red lips are awesome. They’re sexy. You want your, like you want the tip of your penis, your swinger and your lips to be red. I think it’s like a good sign. You’re probably excited to see me. It’s probably just blood flowing to all you like your, your Dick’s probably hard right now too. You’re just excited to see me, dude. It’s good. It’s healthy.

Mattew Ouza (04:13):

Oh,

Sevan Matossian (04:14):

I was getting really emotional this morning thinking about all these people in the comments. That’s why I started reading all their questions or their names. I was thinking like I, for split second, I was thinking about how committed I am to this show. And then I thought there can be no one more committed than the listeners. I know he is sexy. Uh, there’s no one more committed to the show than the listeners. And I, so don’t take it for granted. I, I wish you knew how much pressure I put on myself. Healthy. I love it. I’m so committed to this show. I so love doing this. I don’t do this for any other reason. I, I don’t know why I do it. I do know why, why I chose my wife. I wanted to tell you this. And, and there’s a, there’s a bigger picture story here.

Sevan Matossian (05:02):

Um, uh, I saw my wife walking from far away and I could see her boobs like from really far away and like a block away. And, and I was like, wow, those are some, like, those are nice boobs. And she was walking towards me. I was in a college town and she came up to me and I was just like O odd right away. Started hitting on her. And within like 15 minutes, um, we were talking about the, the, the idea. I don’t know. I was probably 20 at the time. I don’t remember. But we started talking about the idea of personal responsibility, not in those words, not in like these Jordan Peterson words that have like taken over the, the thought waves these days. And I, and I don’t mean that as a dig. I mean that as a positive, but um, about ha one’s own happiness is their own responsibility.

Sevan Matossian (05:51):

And she knew that. And, and for some reason, you know, some people might be like, Hey, I’m Christian. And it’s so important to me that my wife, they might have these bars set. It’s so important to me that my wife’s a Virgin and that she believes Jesus Christ is the savior and blah blah. But at that moment, I realize, holy cow, I’m not sure if there’s ever a more important trait in another human being that you’re gonna spend the rest of your life with that they know they’re solely responsible for own happiness. And, and she had an awesome body. And so I spent the next five years trying to bang her

Mattew Ouza (06:29):

That’s commitment,

Sevan Matossian (06:30):

Dude,

Mattew Ouza (06:31):

Five years to H

Sevan Matossian (06:33):

Yes, yes. I wrote this script. It’s gonna be a great movie. And,

Sevan Matossian (06:41):

And I just, uh, it it’s just nuts because some people just say, you’ll know when you know, and I didn’t know at the time, if you would’ve told me, and, and we went through a lot of ups and downs, you know, uh, I don’t even know if there were downs. We, we just, our relationship’s been through a lot. Um, you know, when we, we separated, we came back together, we had different boyfriends and girlfriends. We, you, but to this day, we can still talk about that. Like we know that it doesn’t mean you can’t help assist. You can’t work on yourself in order. But, but when both people know the blame game really gets shallow and thin, And it’s really important to discriminate and prejudice to be prejudice. It’s so important. And these words, these words maybe have negative connotation, or maybe I don’t even know their exact definitions. Maybe we should pull them up and I should read them.

Mattew Ouza (07:33):

But

Sevan Matossian (07:34):

What’s important here is what I’m saying is, is some people will say, Hey, you need to get rid of hate speech. You need a world that gets rid of prejudice and discrimination. You know that if you get rid of a world with prejudice and discrim, you can’t choose to love someone because they’re kind because that requires prejudice and discrimination. And there are these people out there, a huge swath of people who just jump to those conclusions that really wanna push away some of these amazing traits that we have as human beings that are so necessary that kill themselves, everyth we push away, or we wanna get rid of, we need to triple down, quadruple down on and make sure that’s the right idea. I’m gonna give you another example. But I think that one’s pretty clear If you, if you, if, if, if you got rid of discrimination and prejudice, you wouldn’t be able to choose people to love because they’re kind because they, because they’re helpful because they make good moms all of, because they’re smart. It’s, it’s, it’s, um, we’re, we’re in a trippy time, the, the do gooders are doing the do gooders are

Sevan Matossian (08:53):

Random, totally random. Number 18 from the doted Chan Steven Mitchell translation. I think, I think, I think you started a, um, a books, a books Link on the seven podcast, right?

Mattew Ouza (09:06):

I did on the

Sevan Matossian (09:07):

Website. Can you believe not a boobs link, a books link. Can you believe how fast I went through that sickness? I just steamrolled that motherfucker. Yeah.

Mattew Ouza (09:15):

Yeah. It’s impressive. You sound good today.

Sevan Matossian (09:17):

I told my wife, I kind of like the sound of me being sick, but I told my wife, I’m like, I, um, I, uh, I like to do this thing. I never get sick. And, and one of the days, like I was really sick. I go, next time I tell you I never get sick. Just write, tell me to shut the fuck up. Like, I’m

Mattew Ouza (09:33):

How to just take a picture or video of you then. And then she get, hold it back to you. That

Sevan Matossian (09:37):

Was a mess. Uh, when the great Dow was forgotten, I still rode my assault bike. Four, four times on my sickest day with my head being light. I mean, you, I so did not wanna do it. And I still rode it four times, 10 minutes each and each time for the next hour. I felt wonderful When the great, and when I say rode my assault bike, like for me, riding a hundred calories in 10 minutes is easy. And I was riding like 79, not 69, but 79 calories.

Mattew Ouza (10:10):

Yeah. 79% output.

Sevan Matossian (10:11):

It’s it’s pretty slow. Oh, I like that. When the great Dow is forgotten, goodness and piety appear when the body’s intelligence, declines, cleverness, and knowledge step forth. When there’s no peace in the family, I don’t even know what this word means. Fili piety begins. What is that word? F I L I a L

Sevan Matossian (10:37):

That’s that’s um, that’s number two. That’s number two. For the most important thing to be the world’s greatest podcaster. Number one is no matter what, always be confident, never fucking show any insecurity, because the second you feel insecure, the audience feels is insecure and they don’t want to feel insecure. Uh, but the paradox to that is number two, never fucking act like, you know, something when you don’t never be embarrassed, you don’t know something, enter into it and embrace it. Cuz deep down inside that embarrasses shit that I don’t know the definition of this word, but I just fake it and push through. And none you notice, at least don’t tell me, you notice Feel, oh, my mom’s gonna tear me up today. I mean, not in a bad way, but she’s gonna like send me like the exact pronunciation of this word and like, it’s lie.

Mattew Ouza (11:25):

You had it.

Sevan Matossian (11:26):

Oh wow. I did Phil of, or due from son or daughter where there’s no peace in the family. Fili, pity begins son or daughter piety. Pity. This, look up this word too. P I E T Y. When the country falls into chaos, patriotism is born. Uhoh that’s one. We’re headed by the way. It’s okay. That’s not a bad thing, but that’s where we’re headed.

Mattew Ouza (11:51):

Wait, where are we headed?

Sevan Matossian (11:52):

We’re headed towards this, this next. Election’s gonna be amazing. The quality of being a religious or Revent Right where there’s no peace in the family. The quality of religion begins. Yeah, I get it. I get it. That makes sense. That that totally makes sense. These are all, they’re all just escape. Is you? Yeah. Probably the most religious people we know are where their lives are the most chaotic.

Mattew Ouza (12:23):

Hmm.

Sevan Matossian (12:24):

I mean, you need something to hold on to, You know, you know them, right, right. You, You can think of like three examples.

Mattew Ouza (12:32):

Uh, yep.

Sevan Matossian (12:33):

Three examples

Mattew Ouza (12:34):

Easily without even having to try

Sevan Matossian (12:38):

You guys are awesome. I’m so glad we’re doing this together. I, I, I was gonna lie. I was gonna say, I wish it was to one point we could all get together, but I really don’t wanna do

Mattew Ouza (12:48):

That a live podcast.

Sevan Matossian (12:50):

Well, no, but I mean like go somewhere and they’re like the thousand regular listeners, you know, or whatever. We were all like in the same stadium, like, uh, and there was, we drop and hits ’em all, but I don’t really wish that I would just be uncomfortable,

Mattew Ouza (13:04):

Dude. How crazy would it be if we did a live show and had everybody there, I could just imagine you in the back, freaking out. It’d be great.

Sevan Matossian (13:11):

I would be freaking out fucking freaking out.

Mattew Ouza (13:15):

Oh, we gotta invite from a Colton. We could do at the farm.

Sevan Matossian (13:19):

Oh, that would be crazy. What was that? What was that? Uh, what was the big one? Like when our parents were kids that they did at a farm in upstate New York, Woodstock, Woodstock, Colton rock.

Mattew Ouza (13:29):

Yeah. They tried to have the second Woodstock here in the, in the Altima and by the Almont pass. Well, Almont

Sevan Matossian (13:35):

Pass. Look. There’s my mom. I knew it. I fucking knew it. Oh, I didn’t know that it was gonna be up there by the alt oh, is that where the Rollings stones played and the dude got stabbed and the hell yeah.

Mattew Ouza (13:43):

The hell angel ran security and they just ended up just Mo and people. Yeah. Wasn’t exactly the, uh, love Fest. That the first one was

Sevan Matossian (13:51):

I look at this bag of weed. Every show I, I, for those of you, I brought this, I brought this on because of Alex Ceras was on the show and he, the first time he came on, Damn, that smells good. He smoked, um, he smoked weed. And so I have all these bags of weed. And so I put it on, I need to give this a way to

Mattew Ouza (14:09):

Give a try.

Sevan Matossian (14:11):

It’s like the meanest thing you could say, Hey, could you bring up the list of shows that we’ve done? Um, just like, um, I don’t know.

Mattew Ouza (14:17):

What do you mean? Like on YouTube?

Sevan Matossian (14:20):

Yeah. Yeah. Guys, there are some shows. If you didn’t listen to the Darion week show and you, um, realized that I’m the greatest interviewer ever lived, uh, you should go listen to that show Darion weeks. He a UFC fighter. He is gonna fight in two weeks. If you didn’t listen to the Kayla Harrison show and you, um, realize that I’m the greatest interviewer, whoever lived, you should go. You, you want to hear those? I know some of were like, fuck that. I want to hear the CrossFit stuff. I’m telling you. You wanna hear those? That they’re they’re it’s they’re nuts. They’re nuts. Can you scroll? Can you scroll? Uh, keep scroll, scroll below it. Yeah. That one right there with the black dude with the yellow halo like that. Dude’s so that dude’s cool as shit. You wanna hear that podcast?

Mattew Ouza (15:00):

Those UFC ones never get the attention.

Sevan Matossian (15:02):

He’ll give you hope for humanity. He’s so cool. Oh, these are just two dudes who just jump on a call together and we just start chopping it up. Okay. Keep scrolling down a little bit. I wanna see if there’s any other ones. Um, that one with Mr. Holistic, the warrior, God, such a trip so far outta my comfort zone, but I saw this dude on Instagram. Amazing. There’s some bombs in there, dude, about how he never changes who he is. It’s like the deepest shit. Like you can’t go deeper than what some of the stuff that he’s dropped Michael Easter. So fun. I’m gonna tell you something else too. Shared this with you. All of these people, when they get off the podcast, they say the craziest nicest shit to me, These are people who’ve been on. Like, like this guy, um, uh, Zach bitter, he says he’s listened to thousands of podcasts and he’s been on hundreds of podcast. And what he said to me when we got off, it’s crazy. I can’t even say it cuz it’s like, it’s like even beyond my self congratulatory, arrogance, Elliot hustle, liver king, that that podcast is fascinating because he comes in in character and I dance with him for 30 or 40 minutes in character. And then we get to it, it, the dude prize in the podcast,

Mattew Ouza (16:21):

You’ve allowed him to feel comfortable. Take a little bit

Sevan Matossian (16:25):

Dr. Roger Boyer, dude lost 150 pounds and he’s a, um, um, he he’s, he’s like he’s, he’s got this. He, he he’s determined to help indigenous people based on, on their, in their current health climate of eating Doritos, drinking Coca-Cola alcohol and just getting destroyed. Decimated. I mean, at a slightly faster rate than the rest of the world. You wanna, you wanna see a really superficial show? That’s really good. How about this guy down here with the 200, um, this guy graduated from MIT with the 200 plus Guinness book, world records. What’s his name again? Something rush. Just get that over. I can’t say that. David Rush, David. All great. All great. The, the flowing Dutchman. Oh, I’ll tell you one that I didn’t wanna do that ended up great. Moses, show me Moses.

Mattew Ouza (17:17):

This one. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (17:19):

Dr. Moses Bernard. How is that? How has someone not watched that? If you like a podcast? It’s crazy. So good. So cha that, that one changed my life actually. Dr. Moses Bonard For on a first superficial reason that what’s, that what’s that curl called where you do a deadlift, but you don’t keep your back flat. You round your back to Jefferson curl

Mattew Ouza (17:38):

Jefferson curl. Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (17:41):

Anyway, I just wanted to just, I was thinking about that, Patrick. David, why would that dude come on on my podcast? Oh, my mom said humility. I, I I’m trying, but it, it there’s some things that are just observational.

Mattew Ouza (17:57):

We need to do a thing. Like when, uh, they used to air it on TV during like holidays and stuff where it would just play every episode like Caleb was talking about where it just runs take like three days off and just let it run through the best of, of chose, chosen by you.

Sevan Matossian (18:12):

Ms. Olivia Houston. You’re so honest and interested in your guests. You engage them and take them to places. Most podcasters you don’t. I there’s nothing I do on here that I don’t do because I wanna do so there’s guests on here. I a hundred percent, I don’t want them on the show and don’t wanna interview them. And that’s why I wanna do it at the top. It’s always like I’m there’s so there’s, I’m never, I’m so lucky. I woke up this morning and I was just, I can’t, I’m like, I can’t believe I get to go in the, in my office with Matt Suza and see you guys and hang out. Good morning, Athena. Good morning, Rachel. Okay. Uh, I wanna, um, um, do, uh, I wanna read a couple things and then I wanna do some funny stuff. Uh, can we go to, um, Kyle Creek, uh, uh, offended. I, I have a message for bill. He and Katie Hegar this morning

Mattew Ouza (19:04):

For them or from them,

Sevan Matossian (19:06):

For them to help them make their second billion dollars, man. I hope they like this idea.

Sevan Matossian (19:13):

This was a gentleman who came on the show. Uh, this gentleman, when he came on the show, he immediately a day later, um, said to me, no suggested no. What did he do a day after he was on the show? He sent an email to another, uh, bestselling author, bestselling author. Yeah. And said, Hey, you need to be on seven show that. I mean, that’s a huge compliment feeling. Offended is a fucking choice. The moment you let somebody else’s words upset, you you’ve let somebody else defeat you and who the fuck wants to lose a battle to an opinion. But I wanna just look at this first sentence. Feeling offended is a fucking choice. Why would you let someone else? So let’s say SU said something to me. And he said, uh, seven, um, that shirt’s cutting into your gut and it makes you look fat. Now that’s a bad example. Let’s say he just said, I don’t know what you pick anything. Let’s say he said something to, to that, that, Hey, those glasses, aren’t the,

Mattew Ouza (20:16):

He looks stupid today.

Sevan Matossian (20:18):

Ah, it’s a little strong, Matt, you hurt my feelings. Regardless if Matt says something to me and it doesn’t offend me, but someone over here, chirps in my ear and says, Hey, that person is being really rude to you. What is that? Person’s relationship to me. I’m gonna give you an example. I have this friend who has a wife and whenever she’s around and they go out and there’s a little booze. She incites him this man into violence. If anyone disrespects her husband, she makes sure that he knows so that he fights

Sevan Matossian (20:59):

The it’s it’s way worse. It’s way worse to have someone in your life. Who’s pointing out people who are offending you though. Those are the worst people in society at its core. That’s what virtue signaling is, by the way, that’s one of the, the major components of virtue signaling. They not only tell you how great they are, but they’re pointing out other people who aren’t that, that you should be offended by. You should be really upset because this person is doing this. All the neighbors in the, in the neighborhood have, um, BLM signs in their front yard, except this one guy. And then you start telling your neighbors bad stuff about that guy. You do not wanna be around those people. You do not wanna follow those people on Instagram.

Sevan Matossian (21:50):

You don’t wanna follow the people who are inciting you to attack other people, especially if you don’t notice at first yourself, if Matt said something to me and it doesn’t Bo, I have business relationships with so many fucking people. What do I mean by business? They’re superficial. I don’t even mean that in a bad way. They’re just totally superficial relationships. And yet someone will be like, Hey, that person was being rude to you. Or that person was being bossy to you. Or like, I don’t care. Stop. I’m not, I’m not, I’m not interested in right? My, that my relationship with that person, isn’t about feelings. It’s not about emotions. It’s about just, it’s just all transactional.

Sevan Matossian (22:31):

Don’t tolerate those people. They’re everywhere. It’s what politics is turned into. Yep. Don’t tolerate those people. Who, who, who are, who are inciting, that, who are inciting that they’re the they’re usually their attacks are ambiguous, not abstract ambiguous. That’s what the whole attack was on. Greg Glassman was during the me too movement. And they, and they, and they said a bunch of ambiguous stuff. And so people painted him in a picture. That’s completely insane, but that, but it was what was on their mind. Right? Thank you, Melissa. Kayla, the best show. It was crazy. It was crazy. Absolutely crazy, man. I so didn’t wanna do that. I thought we were just gonna get on and talk about how she’s the greatest female fighter alive and ever lived and currently fighting. Instead. It was Try to go somewhere every single day. That’s really uncomfortable for you in your head. Won’t be afraid to go to the weird spots. Don’t be afraid to acknowledge that global warming’s real. No, it’s not. Yes, it is. No, it’s not. It’s okay. Let it go.

Mattew Ouza (23:50):

What the, what, what are you doing about it? Anyways,

Sevan Matossian (23:52):

Explore, explore. It’s okay. Maybe they’re right. Maybe it is real.

Mattew Ouza (23:56):

Those people that summon other people to, uh, hate or to jump on the bad about with them are also the worst time of people. Because the only way they got to that conclude is they first judged everybody around them and said, I’m a good person. And I’m a good person because I’m better than everybody else around me. I’m taking the moral high ground. And then you need to listen to what I say. And then when I point up this person, because I feel that they’re bringing other people down. It’s because you have deed yourself, the almighty, the

Sevan Matossian (24:24):

Good well, and they, and they’re, and most of the time they’re just wrong. They’re hiding their own. They’re hiding their own hatred to they’re hiding their own hatred. Almost everyone who’s pointing at something has four fingers pointed back at themselves. You have to know that.

Mattew Ouza (24:41):

Yeah. And majority of the time

Sevan Matossian (24:43):

Do that, I know it’s kindergarten psychology, but it’s, it’s the truth by the sorry, Susan, the, that tasted good. Uh, Colin Lawrence is the one who pointed me towards Kyle Creek. I just wanna say that. And then recently he told me I should have Derek weed on the show. And I reached out to Derek. I, I should have reached out to him the first time you told me he might be too big time. Now he might be too big. I mean, he’s got, he might be too big time now. Okay. Sorry. Go ahead, Matt

Mattew Ouza (25:10):

Lost my train. Thought. I shoulda wrote

Sevan Matossian (25:12):

It down. Good. I should have wrote it down. Teach the lesson. No, you shouldn’t have wrote it down. Um,

Mattew Ouza (25:19):

Those, the they’re following the lead of the corporations, like it always brings to mind. You remember when they have that, um, compilation of the actors that were like crying because they were like, I’m so sorry about my part in racism and were iPing their tears away. And it was clearly scripted and they put it together. Like people have to know that they’re, they’re only doing that because they see that it’s the popular thing to do at the time. And they’re trying to jump on the bandwagon and just pretend that that’s what they do. Cause the same with like the corporations, like all the corporations, like the major companies like Nike and like Disney and everything. They’re trying to have this outward appearance only because they’re trying to maximize profit. Like they don’t care about social justice in any way. They’re just trying to flow with what they think the majority of the crowd is doing. So they could continue to sell you tickets because

Sevan Matossian (26:03):

I, I don’t see that though. I, I can’t see that.

Mattew Ouza (26:06):

No, because at the core, at the core of the business, they’re I think they

Sevan Matossian (26:09):

Really believe it Suza. I think they really believe it. I, I don’t, they know they’re being fake. You think they know they

Mattew Ouza (26:14):

Want you, they want you to believe it. They want their employees to believe it because then they could be on the, the good side.

Sevan Matossian (26:19):

You’re telling me that there’s people who know what I know and who can think clearly like me, but are still playing the game. Yes. I don’t believe you.

Mattew Ouza (26:28):

And on top of that,

Sevan Matossian (26:29):

I, how, how would those people sleep at night? I don’t believe you. I think they’re all fucking idiots who can’t think straight. I don’t mean that in a bad way. Sorry. I won’t call them idiots. I think they’re all, um, they’re all SLE. They’re all asleep. There’s no way you can know what I know. And still proceed down that path. Your soul would rot out

Mattew Ouza (26:48):

And they,

Sevan Matossian (26:49):

You basic, you’re telling me that there’s people who know that they’re spreading racism at the most rapid pace possible while saying that they’re fighting racism. No, you’re crazy. You’re bating crazy

Mattew Ouza (27:00):

And on help.

Sevan Matossian (27:01):

No, no.

Mattew Ouza (27:03):

I’ve been called that.

Sevan Matossian (27:03):

No, there’s no way they know. I know people. I know that’s I, I see that shit all the time. There’s no way they know.

Mattew Ouza (27:09):

Yeah. Because alls they’re doing is at the core of all their business, the business model hasn’t changed. They’re extremely fiscally conservative because the business model is there to solely maximize profit

Sevan Matossian (27:21):

Susan. They can’t even understand the mechanism of the brain that causes that you have way too much. You think they’re smarter than they are. They are not. Um, um, You think they’re smarter than look, I posted, I’m having con Porter on the show. And, um, and his he’s, he’s a champion of mental health and he he’s coming. When are we have having him on Monday, Monday.

Sevan Matossian (27:48):

And, and so I started researching him and digging into him. And one of the things he said he was saying is, is, um, uh, 80% of, uh, when he, when he posts something about mental health, he gets 20% of the people, um, were like, yeah, good job con, thanks for standing up. And 80% of the people were like making fun of him. And he says, it’s a really polar rising thing. And I’m thinking to myself, oh shit, why would it be really polarizing? And then I was thinking, oh shit. I wonder if he thinks that when I was going after Rosa for his mental health, if I was making fun of mental health, or if that was polarizing, because that would be conflating the issues, right? I’ve had my own, holy shit, man, I’ve hit fucking rock bottom, like a anvil sunk to the bottom of the ocean. I’ve been to the depths of that. It, I’m not making fun of any of it. I am, I am concerned. I should never have been flying an airplane or been responsible for, for kids or babies or anything in you know, or anything in between during that time should have never had some ultimate responsibility for other people’s lives while I’m dealing with my own massive issues. They’re not, by the way, you don’t even need to have issues. I didn’t even have any issue. If you wanna plummet to the depths, shit gets crazy down there.

Sevan Matossian (28:52):

You could have, you could have the most amazing metabolic and lung capacity in the world. If I pull you a hundred feet under water and you’re not prepared for it, you, your brain’s gonna pop It’s training. And if you go to the depths of who you are without cold to invading awareness and training, it’s a scary place, man. Holy cow, it’s scary. I mean, only for those who are untrained and I was untrained when I went there. Most people go there the first time, completely untrained.

Mattew Ouza (29:23):

I’m trying to find

Sevan Matossian (29:24):

Patrick, but David was too big for the show. I was too big for your mom. I don’t understand the point we made it work. We made it work.

Mattew Ouza (29:36):

People don’t understand too. It’s like how much, uh, well

Sevan Matossian (29:39):

You pull this clip down, stop sharing. I wanna see myself. I’m sorry. The world wants to see your red lips. Thank

Mattew Ouza (29:44):

You. I was, uh, I was looking for something on here to, um,

Sevan Matossian (29:48):

Do I ever seem bossy to you?

Mattew Ouza (29:50):

No.

Sevan Matossian (29:53):

Would you tell me if I was probably not?

Mattew Ouza (29:56):

I would.

Sevan Matossian (29:57):

Okay.

Mattew Ouza (29:59):

I mean, I don’t.

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