Sevan Matossian (00:06):
My internet catch looks bad.
Mattew Ouza (00:09):
Are you on the right one?
Sevan Matossian (00:10):
That’s not a good sign. I have one dot
Mattew Ouza (00:14):
Sevan Matossian (00:14):
Look it. Oh shit. My internet looks really bad.
Mattew Ouza (00:18):
Are you, are you on the right one though? Remember? There’s two
Sevan Matossian (00:23):
Internet looks fucked up. Hey, uh, should I be on ocean front or spectrum set? 28.
Mattew Ouza (00:31):
Spectrum set up 20.
Sevan Matossian (00:32):
Yeah. Oh really? Man. My Internet’s bad. Bam. We’re live. Do I look junky?
Mattew Ouza (00:38):
Sevan Matossian (00:39):
The greatest news source on the internet today. My Internet’s fucked up. Good morning anomaly.
Hey, how are you?
Mattew Ouza (00:50):
Good morning, dude.
Sevan Matossian (00:51):
Can you believe
Mattew Ouza (00:52):
It? Can you believe it?
Sevan Matossian (00:57):
Hey seriously. Can you hear me anomaly? Can you hear me or is my connection all jacked up?
I can hear you. Good. Nah, you and it, it just got clear too. So looks good.
Sevan Matossian (01:06):
Do I look good? Do I look like I’m 25 or do I look like I’m 50?
<laugh> 23. You look
Mattew Ouza (01:11):
Sevan Matossian (01:11):
Oh, good. Yeah. This connection. Dope.
Unless you wanna look 25, whatever, you know
Mattew Ouza (01:16):
Sevan Matossian (01:19):
Hey, um, uh, first off as I walk by my wife, she said to tell, uh, dream rare what’s up?
Aw, thank you. Tell her. I said hi,
Sevan Matossian (01:26):
380 guests. She’s never said that about a single guest.
Me, you picked a winner, then she’s got good taste in, in noose. Now I’m just kidding. <laugh> I
Sevan Matossian (01:37):
Appreciate she, when she met me, I had long hair. I’m tripping. I’m tripping.
Mattew Ouza (01:40):
Sevan Matossian (01:42):
Uh, you are the most reliable, there are some amazing people, um, that we have access to today. I just wanna start with the great James OIF, like, like dude, um, build a little statue on president Lincoln’s lap on the Memorial of James OIF.
Like it’s hard,
Sevan Matossian (02:06):
But what you are doing, you are the only reli. You are the only real reliable, new source, broad new source available to me today that I know of. And there’s great people out there, but they’re not as concise as you. They’re not as frequent as you, and they’re not as topical as you. And I have to assume that you have ideas way off the fucking in outer space that you suppress and you don’t sh and you don’t share, you just keep it logical and real.
I try. Yeah. I guess when you have a bigger, I mean, I try to say what I think, but you know, definitely I, you gotta think a little bit more and also there’s millions of things going on every day. So I guess that’s kind of part of it. I appreciate the compliments. Thank you. But I
Sevan Matossian (02:47):
It’s an observation. It’s not even a compliment. It’s it’s just an observation. It’s not even a compliment. A compliment would be like, damn, you got nice hair. <laugh> I’m not even saying any subjective shit.
Mattew Ouza (02:56):
Yeah, it’s nuts with, I’m sure you see it too. When you log in and there’s all information on Twitter, Instagram, wherever you’re on. And it’s, it’s a lot to intake and there’s usually something everyone’s talking about. So I, I try to think about that too, is cover current events, but also not to get sucked into certain things. So say like with Trump and Russia collusion, no matter what side of the debate you were on, people just talked about it for three years. And as somebody interested in psychology, what’s the psychology. We’re not talking about building things and working together. We’re talking about this narrative for three years straight that now no one even thinks about. So it’s like what a waste of time as well. I try to work in things that I think are important, cuz sometimes it just feels like we’re just arguing and you know, there, especially with all the technology we have, there’s gotta be like a better thing we could do to, to, to make the country better or whatever.
Sevan Matossian (03:46):
Yeah. Um, we, we, uh, by the way, this is the executive producer is, uh, Matt Suza. He’s down below
That, Matt. Hey, what’s
Sevan Matossian (03:54):
Up man? You’re in um, Los Angeles anomaly. I’m
Uh, orange county now actually. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (04:00):
I’m in uh, I’m in Newport. Not normally, but I am this week for two weeks.
Okay. Yeah. I I’ll hit you up on Instagram after this.
Sevan Matossian (04:07):
Yeah. Are you close to me? Are we close? Like physically?
Yeah, absolutely. Wow. Trip. I’m go ahead. Look out your window. No, I’m just
Sevan Matossian (04:14):
No, I’m kidding.
I’m homeless dude. I’ve yeah, I’ve been drifting the whole time. I’m just trying to see if you know
Sevan Matossian (04:22):
<laugh> do, do you have a, um, I know this is, uh, awfully private. What I’m about to ask you, but do you have a benefactor?
Like somebody, uh, like, like giving money or something?
Sevan Matossian (04:31):
Yeah, like if I was a big baller liberal and for the last three years I saw what happened to my party. I would be like, oh fuck. I’m jumping ship. And I’m, and I’m using this. I’m gonna back this dude with some fact.
Yeah, not at all. I have a, I have a Paton account. Um, you know, I have like, people can donate stars or like, you know, badges and you know, stuff like that. But no, I don’t have any big, big backing, like super PAC. None of that. It’s a hundred percent independent.
Sevan Matossian (04:57):
It’s CRA how could you not
<laugh> I don’t know. I mean, I mean, there are, I know there are people in positions that are like, Hey, I like your stuff, but no one’s reached out. I don’t, I don’t really go to like donor meetings. You, I don’t consider myself in politics. I just kind of talk about it. So maybe if you want that type of money, there’s a different game. You gotta play. You know, and I,
Sevan Matossian (05:17):
I don’t know. There could be, there’s gotta be some benevolent dude out there who would just be like, Hey, this guy’s the real deal. Right. Um, and I’m just gonna cut him a check for 10 grand a month and just, you know, you don’t have one of those.
No, I wish definitely people have like donated on Patreon and said, Hey, like, you know, I like what you’re doing, but there’s not 10 grand a month from somebody just, just to talk. No, I mean, at the same time, it’s
Sevan Matossian (05:40):
Not just, it’s not just talking what you,
If they would wanna control me or, or if they would just, you know, I guess if they just said, Hey, I like what you do and did it through like normal, normal ways. I, I, I for sure would be grateful, but now no, one’s no one’s done that.
Sevan Matossian (05:55):
Fascinating. Um, as I dug into today, I had no idea that you were a rapper. I had, I had, no, I had no clue to me. You’re just some guy and I just on Instagram and I’m like, wow, this is this. Guy’s just keeping me up to speed. And, and you allow people. And I, and I hate to say there’s a tons, tons of people out there who are intellectually lazy. Right. So they hear like, I was just looking up the, um, the lady who, the 32 year old lady, who’s the judge in Florida who just, uh, um, put a halt to the ma mask mandates, right. The federal judge in Florida. And I was reading what she was saying, or I was reading the article on CNN about her. And they were saying that she is, um, she has a racist past because she was concerned about someone’s citizenship status. And when I used to be inte intellectually lazy, and I was a liberal, I would think, oh yeah, that is racist right now that I’m not intellectually lazy. I think, wait a second. Why does being concerned about someone’s immigration status? Make them racist. That’s a enormous leap. <laugh> right. But, but what, what I really like about you is the people who are intellectually lazy, who aren’t gonna change. You’re a safe place to land, at least for now, until like, until Pfizer gets you,
Mattew Ouza (07:05):
<laugh> crazy 10 day in a month
Sevan Matossian (07:07):
Until goat gets you.
I try to, you know, I, I try to think, cuz there’s a lot of heat on both sides. I think the left has lost a lot of people because they, they used to be so like, Hey, like we don’t care what you think now. It’s almost like we absolutely care what you think and you better line up exactly with us and it’s creepy. But even on the right, there’s a lot of people that are just nasty sometimes where I’m always thinking to myself, I mean, I, if someone’s like break into your house, then yeah. You know, you gotta do what you gotta do. But when you’re talking about politics, if you’re trying to actually it through to people, you have to have compassion. And, and the irony is, or I don’t know if this is ironic, but you know, PE some people were just left wing a year or two ago, which, but then now they’re like treating people like garbage, I guess like as if they never know what it was like to be 21 or how they felt a few years ago.
So I always try to think about it somewhat rationally as like, first of all, how can I prove my point? And I’m not one of these people, I’m, I’m sure you see, like, I don’t just like ramble and say things that I’m not really quite sure. I guess I do ramble a lot, but you know, I’m trying to make an argument of like, this is what here’s, where I’m getting the information. Here’s what I think what I think. And then show it as to make it as clear as possible, because I guess that’s what I would wanna see when I watch somebody who says, you know, they say something, I go right to Google. Not that I completely trust it, but I’m looking for like, where did they find this? And, you know, trying to find both sides of that argument. So instead of making people go search for that, if they are, you know, curious, I try to put it all on the screen and just make it as easy as possible. And also I guess, you know, I’m not, I don’t, I’m not like an nasty person. So as far as you’re not, you know, people being wrong about stuff, as long as they’re not like psycho and angry about it, like unfortunately a lot of journalists today, it is what it is to me. I don’t really care that much.
Sevan Matossian (08:53):
I, I don’t know what a lot of people like to call it, critical thinking. Um, I was re referencing this intellectually lazy, but the good thing about Google is this they’ll say there were 12 people on the bus and 37 people were killed on the bus. And then you can be like, wait, I, if you can think you’ll be like, wait a second. That math doesn’t make sense. How did 37 people die on the bus? If there were 12 on the bus? And that’s the same thing. That’s, that’s finally by one of the reasons why I jumped off the, uh, one of the things that finally got me to jump off of being a liberal was the constant attacks of Trump. And then I would search them and I couldn’t find them. So like the racism towards Mexicans or specifically about crossing the border, um, I was, or, or the January six riots, I went back and I use all liberal sources.
Sevan Matossian (09:35):
I used all CNN, ABC news. And I go back and I read the transcripts and I’m like, where is he inciting violence? Or if I think what they, and, and then I just do relativity. I compare what they did to Ferguson, where they, um, lit, uh, police departments on fire with police officers inside and did 760 million damage versus, um, what they did at the capital, which was million dollars damage, no fire. And the vast majority of the videos I’ve seen, the vast majority are just like, just like, shit I would’ve done in college. Me and my buddies, would’ve just been gone in there and smoke a joint or something. You know what I mean? Just fooled around
<laugh> and on the, on the, the capital thing too, it’s wild in, in Ukraine, there was something, I think it was in 2014, they call it the revolution of dignity. Like it was this in amazing thing. Maybe it was, I don’t know, I don’t really live there. So I, I only have outside perspective, but 80 to like 120 people were killed. Dozens of police, like, like almost a hundred citizens, you know, like, like a real insurrection. It literally happens. And the media likes that, you know what I’m? So it’s like, it’s just the hypocrisy that they’re always doing. There’s this journalist now I won’t name her. Cuz she’ll probably cry and say hate speech or something. But she’s saying she’s depressed and suicidal, which is terrible. And I feel
Sevan Matossian (10:44):
Horrible for is, is this the Washington post one?
Yeah. And then she’s going in like docking some lady for running a, a Twitter account. So the, just like the hip hypocrisy of being like, I don’t want this to happen to me, but then I’m gonna do it to some of the else. And then I’m gonna act shock that it happened to me. Like it’s, it’s not even politics anymore. It’s just like basic humanity. And, and it’s, these people have no like self-awareness and self accountability to the point where it’s, it’s almost like funny at this point and fascinating that it’s like, you know, it’s like this friend that, of course you’re gonna be depressed cuz you’re your bat S crazy, you know? And you, you have zero self-awareness it’s wild.
Sevan Matossian (11:22):
You come home, you think your wife’s out of town, you come home with your mistres and your wife’s banging some dude on the couch and you get mad at her <laugh> but you got your mistress, your arm around your mistres. It’s like, what are you doing? Yeah. Wait, what, Hey, what is, what is the, what is the definition of doc? What is that?
I guess it, it could be construed by different people, but really putting someone’s private information to the public. So someone consider it posting someone’s address, you know, uh, someone consider it, posting their full name. Like if they’re an anonymous account, just putting them on blast where now people can search. Yeah. So either posting someone’s address or posting their like full information that it may be work information like, Hey, this is this person she works there. When, when they run an anonymous account or they’re not trying to have their private information to the public.
Sevan Matossian (12:08):
What about, um, what about big picture stuff? I, I voted for Obama, but there was something he did one time and I wasn’t a huge fan of police, but there was something he did. I can’t remember the exact words, but he did something once that basically I hear an echo. Does anyone have a YouTube open?
Mm-hmm no, I don’t hear it, but I could, I could turn my volume down a little.
Sevan Matossian (12:28):
I don’t think it’s you, um, he said something bad about police that kind of like turned the whole country against police. Um, and, and then, and then, and then a week or two later, two police officers were killed in Texas was sitting in their car. Mm. Is that a form of doxing or does it have to be SP really specific?
It has to be specific. And I guess, you know, it’s a fine line cuz on one hand, you know, I, I now you found out I’m a hip hop artist. Um, you know, I was like, like, like
Sevan Matossian (12:57):
NWA, like NWA saying singing, fuck the police. Is that doc scene.
Exactly. There’s, there’s been an anti-cop rhetoric in, in, in culture. And then it made its way into politics cuz that’s kind of how it works. You know, politicians, they don’t wanna lose the, you know, I’m not gonna say white vote, but I guess like eighties, you know, like adult vote, but now the kids are the adults and they like, they think F the police. So now those F the police kids growing up on that culture, uh, you know, are, are politicians. So, um, I, but yeah, I wouldn’t, I wouldn’t say that’s doxing, I guess you could say that’s like inciting, but it that’s a slippery slope too. Cuz then they could say anything you say or Trump says or any, you know, your opinion about something and then someone does something crazy. They could pit it on you. So yeah. There’s the word you could
Sevan Matossian (13:42):
Read it, man. It is that, that is some pretty slimy shit to give someone’s address. What would be your intention? What would be, what would be my intention for giving anomalies address? <affirmative>
Sevan Matossian (13:57):
So that people send them gifts
<laugh> cause arm, no, it’s, there’s another thing called swatting, which is also super messed up. I, you know, it happens to a lot of people online that that do like controversial stuff, but it’s when you like call the SWAT team and say that there’s some sort of thread at your house. So they pull up with guns like as if there’s some heard of murder going on, but there’s not which that’s crazy illegal. I mean, I think dosin can be illegal as well, but like that, you know, people could get really hurt in that. So these are like, these are definitely forms of, uh, you know, just the, the evils of, I guess, anything where people take it so far and they wanna, you know, hurt people or, you know, put with them on blast.
Sevan Matossian (14:38):
Did you see the, um, there was a, uh, I think she was, she was some sort of medical professional, uh, Asian lady. Um, I, I had a link to it and what’s funny. Is
I a when maybe from CNN?
Sevan Matossian (14:50):
Uh, no, no, this is, she’s a medical professional and she gave someone a sh uh, this is recently on her badge. She had a, of her pronouns. Oh. And, and, and, uh, one of the people she was giving, uh, a shot to made fun of her, like, oh, you’re, you’re she her, thanks for letting me know. And so she pur she tweeted that she, she purposely pricked him in the wrong spot. No. And missed the van. Have you seen that?
No, but I, is that true? That’s
Sevan Matossian (15:15):
She tweeted it, dude. She tweeted it.
Could she go to jail for that though? I
Sevan Matossian (15:19):
Mean, she tweeted that well. Um, and you know what, I think maybe she’s a, whatever they’re called when they’re baby doctors, when they’re doing their internship.
Okay. I would think you could almost get it suit for that and go to, I mean, that’s like purposely trying to hurt somebody. I don’t know. I mean, especially with those type of injuries, some of them are not from just the product, but it’s just the placement, you know, they, I know people that have their arm paralyzed from a shop because, you know, maybe it was, you know, I don’t, they might have got the wrong spot or something. Like, that’s a, it’s a pretty equal thing to do. That’s like, I messed up the surgery cuz he voted for Trump or something. You’re like, uh, you’re going to jail.
Sevan Matossian (15:59):
The irony is, is that she wears that badge to not hurt people’s feelings. <laugh> supposedly to make them feel welcome. But when someone doesn’t tow her line, she hurts the him it’s it’s it’s it’s fascinating.
Yeah. I mean, these people are clearly like hypocritical and you know, with all that stuff, I always, I bring up Freddy mercury, cuz I think of him as like a super talent when it comes to music. But it’s like if he just stood in downtown Los Angeles and was like screaming, I’m gay, I’m gay, I’m gay. Nobody would’ve liked him. You know, cuz it’s just like annoying. But instead he just kind of like made a product that people enjoyed and was a personality people enjoyed. So, you know, he lived a great life. So I, I don’t know people are so self-righteous nowadays, you know, regardless of what gender you are, you think you are like, just get over yourself. You know? I don’t know. I have long hair. If someone calls me a woman, one time I could get mad, defend myself, but it’s like, do I, should I wear a badge? You know, like to it’s it’s just like so self righteous. It’s not it. It’s not as nice as they think it is. Uh, there
Sevan Matossian (17:05):
It’s, that’s easy for you to say, uh, Mr. Dream wear that’s very cause you don’t deal with the struggles of a woke North Carolina medical student put on leave after tweeting about deliberately injuring a patient for mocking her pronoun badge. But she didn’t intend to harm the man. Dude, you should see the tweet. Can we see the tweet? The tweet’s
Like, yeah, didn’t intend to harm is what you say when you’re trying to not go to prison because you know, I mean that’s, that’s like there could be a serious mess up with that, you know? Probably try to stay out of jail time.
Sevan Matossian (17:38):
Uh, yeah. Someone, someone writes here, um, in the note, oh I can’t, I can’t click shit doesn’t oh, there my signal. I can’t click anything on the bottom. Oh, here we go. The person was trying to start an IV or draw blood and miss a vein on purpose. Hey, do you have, do you have favorite software you use? Um, oh, here we go. Uh, K Dell. I had it by the way. She lives at 3 33 Mississippi avenue in Los Angeles. If anyone wants to go to her house and, and, and, and give her a hug, I had a patient, I was doing a blood draw on to see I had a patient. I was doing a blood draw on, see my pronoun pin and loudly laugh to the staff. She, her, well, of course it is what other pronouns even are there. I missed his vein. So he had to get stuck twice. Okay. So maybe she didn’t do it on her?
Uh, yeah. I don’t know. It’s
Sevan Matossian (18:34):
Definitely. We don’t wanna read into anything. Maybe she did it because he was black. <laugh> let’s leave some doors open.
I don’t, yeah. They’re, they’re being filled with such like rage and rage and emotions. So being emotional, you know, even if you’re like worry or something, like if you’re a boxer, you can’t be emotional. You’ll lose. You have, you have to be calm. You don’t see boxers getting too angry. Cuz if you did you, you lose same with any sport. You get a technical you’re so there’s really no, uh, especially in, I mean the, the doctor field, you can’t be, but I mean, these people, they feel so self righteous. They hate, I mean, I, this is years ago, but I remember I went on a, a date with somebody in LA and you know, I didn’t really like her that much anyway, so it didn’t matter. But you know, I, I think she asked me about Trump and I said, you know, I think the media is exaggerating about him. And I think he’s not as bad as they’re saying, that’s all I said. And she was like, I don’t think this is gonna work out or
Mattew Ouza (19:30):
This didn’t wasn
Any anyway, but I’m like, this is crazy. How intolerant? I didn’t say I voted for him, which in my opinion, I have the right to, but I just said, he’s not as bad as the media said, which is pretty much as factual. They act like he’s the return of, you know, Hitler like a thousand times over. So that was enough to like, I’m like, God forbid, I actually told her the truth. Like she’d probably freak out and wanna punch me or something. I don’t know.
Sevan Matossian (19:53):
That’s the difference between men and women? Isn’t it fascinating. Someone could tell you that they’ve worked on Hillary’s campaign for the last 20 years and they love Hillary to death. And um, and they believe that, uh, um, that all white people should have to do 75 years of slavery. But if she’s got a good body, you’ll keep dating her. Think there’s a chance you’re like, right, right, right. Yeah. Absolutely.
Absolutely. You on Insta right there still
Sevan Matossian (20:16):
Though. Can I see your vagina? I mean,
Mattew Ouza (20:19):
Maybe you should’t mean it. Let’s wait until after I have sex
Sevan Matossian (20:22):
Her, Hey, that’s a good for anyone listening. Dad explains men. We are, we are, we are more focused than you women. You are all scatterbrained. We are extremely focused in discipline. We stay on
Target, kinda get to where people at cuz like if they say they vote left, like I was talking to someone, uh, and they, you know, I just want to hear why they feel that way. And you know, it’s like, I, even if I wasn’t interested in them, you know, and I didn’t wanna like hang out with them anymore or do anything. I like, I wouldn’t treat them like garbage. I don’t know. Maybe I’m just what they pretend to be. I’m actually a nice person, but you know, it’s like, they could literally be like, I voted Hillary I’m this and that. I’m just, I’m kind of like fascinated at this point. You know? So I’m like, tell me more, like, why do you feel this way? A lot of times that I’m not trying to be rude. I’m not saying like everybody on the rights perfect ever on the left, mentally ill. But a lot of times you do see that they’re like wildly depressed and wildly lost. And then especially like if they’re younger, like in their twenties, I kind of feel bad. You know, where I’m like, I’m not gonna just make fun of this. I’m like, I feel bad that this girl’s lost in LA, you know, and, and is like depressed and doesn’t have good surrounding groups. So I just, I don’t even like make fun of them. I, I, I, I look just feel really bad.
Sevan Matossian (21:29):
How can I help you? Do you need
Sevan Matossian (21:31):
All, all of the, all, any, all the kids, parents. Um, and, and once again, there’s a lot of crazy kids on, on both on all over the political spectrum, but all the kids who have progressive parents end up being crazy kids, it, it is, it is the source of anxiety and mental illness. Because if you don’t have boundaries for your kids, they will, will grow up extremely anxious and they will feel an ton of stress. And I’ve explained it in other episodes. And, and I’ve had kids on here who people on here who have like crazy anxiety. And I’m like, yeah, you were raised progressive. They’re like, totally, yeah, kids don’t need that. Kids just need to be taught to work hard. And they need really strict boundaries to be free. I take my kids to the beach and they know the rules and then we, you never have to talk again. Mm. Uh, the example I always give is that you don’t have kids yet. Huh? Anomaly?
Sevan Matossian (22:14):
Um, how old are you?
Sevan Matossian (22:16):
Okay. Um, uh, I see parents who let their kids use their touch, their cell phone. And so then every day, there’s 20 minutes, 30 minutes an hour of fighting over whether the kid can use my cell or not. I, my kids don’t, um, their life isn’t ruined by that. They know they can never touch my cell phone. So they’re free from that. So instead of spending an hour every day, can I use your cell phone? Can I play a game on it? Can I listen to music? They don’t have to, they already know they’re free. They can be playing Frisbee on the beach, cuz they don’t have to worry about that desire. They have boundaries. So they’re free. And a lot of parents don’t have boundaries for their kids. And so their kids are mentally. I,
I have a question for you cuz you know, I’m 32. Um, you know, I’ve heard it cuz a lot of conservative people say, you know, have children have ’em young, have as many as you can. I get that? My parents, my parents divorced when they were like, I was three or four and my father always told me because he got married extremely young. And he was like, when I was married to your mama, I wasn’t really ready. He was like, think about how old you were then and what I was dealing with at the time. And I didn’t have my stuff together. He was like, you know, wait until you’re 30 that’s was his advice to me because he is like, wait till you have your stuff together on one hand, I think kids are never a mistake. Right? You have ’em it’s great. Even if it’s like, it’s, it’s a life.
It’s amazing. But I look at myself at like 25, 26. I, I would’ve been a horrible father. I had no resources, finances. I was in the middle of LA, not a place to raise a family when you have no money, especially. So now I’m at the place where I’m more settled, et cetera. Now I’m obviously like looking for someone I like, but you know, I see some of these like will Smith relationships where they just got a straight up Jezebel and, and it’s like, you know, I’m sure he doesn’t regret his kids are pretty cool. But at the same time, I’m like my gosh, that to me, that I’m like, or like Johnny Depp and Amber heard she’s like punching him. He’s like crying. I’m like, yeah, I, I I’m so no drama that I, you know, I can’t even like, so when do you think like a good time or too early, too late. I’m just curious of your opinion.
Sevan Matossian (24:08):
Do you have a girlfriend now?
Uh, there’s someone I’m seeing, but not, I guess not like, uh, not married or like hard dating
Sevan Matossian (24:18):
The thing. So, so I didn’t have my first kid till I was 43. So that should make you happy.
Sevan Matossian (24:22):
Cool. And I’m, and I’m 50 now and I have two, five year, year olds and a seven year old and, and I’m, and I’m a huge, I’m a huge, um, uh, uh, like workout freak. So even last night, I’m, I’m, I’m in Newport on vacation even LA yesterday after drinking, um, two bloody Marys and two beers throughout the day. Um, I at 10 30 at night while I wa uh, did research on my computer of dream, wear a podcast and listen to your podcast. I sat in front of this computer and I grinded hard for 20 minutes. I did, uh, um, a hundred burpees and a hundred, uh, snatches with a 20 pound dumbbell or no 30 pound dumbbell, too heavy for me. And, um, and just cover because, because I’m just disciplined as a motherfucker, but what you are doing right now, you’re in a, like a total league of your own man.
Sevan Matossian (25:07):
And I grinded in my thirties too, in my thirties, I, in my thirties, basically this is gonna sound, um, well, it doesn’t matter. <laugh> I, I was basically the chief marketing officer. I was everything that made CrossFit, the fastest growing chain forward facing. I was like the key component outside of the ideology that Greg go Lastman created. I did, I was in charge of the media for the fastest growing chain in history, faster than McDonald’s and subway combined together. This while I was there, it went from 300 gyms to 15,000 gyms. I was the second person hired on the media team. And when I finished, I was the executive director. We were on all seven continents in 162 countries. And I, and now it’s only in the last year that that I’ve realized actually in last few months, I’ve like, holy shit, that I’ll take, I’ll take credit for that. <laugh> I have no, I have no peer in the world, but I did that with my head down, grinding in my thirties. Right.
Sevan Matossian (25:56):
And I had that girlfriend my whole time and I told her we were never gonna get married. And we were never gonna have kids. That’s dumb shit. People who get married are tools of the man. And there’s, there’s no reason to have kids. And then at some point she’s like, when we were like 42 and I had a bunch of money, she was like, Hey, I’m like what? She’s like, I want one of those. And she pointed at some lady holding the kids, sucking on the titties. And I was like, all right, we can do that. <laugh> and we pulled the goal and we pulled the goalie after 20 years of practicing, um, condom sex, basically.
So yeah. Do you think
Sevan Matossian (26:24):
Now I got three kids and it’s the greatest thing in my life, but I’m done. Like I see the work you’re doing and I’m like, how does he do that? I know it’s no joke. I appreciate it.
You have to,
Sevan Matossian (26:35):
I wanna get into all day getting the knowledge. And then I know you spend all night putting the piece together and then launching and you don’t even have to enjoy it lot because it’s like, the next piece has to be by enjoy. I mean, the fruits of it, you don’t like back in the day, we would publish something on YouTube and sit back for a month and be like, yeah, what the shit you gotta be doing that Instagram’s demanding, you feed it every day.
All the time. Yeah. It’s, it’s rough, but it’s also like, I’m not like lifting bricks or anything. So I consider, you know, I I’ve done farming, so it’s like, we were like, that must be tough. Like, yeah, it’s tough. But at the same time, like not really on a scale of like, I could be like, I, I mean, farming is actually hard. I’ve I’ve done that for a while. And it’s very laborous but I guess, yeah, that’s, that’s my thought, cuz I don’t, you know, I guess you never wanna wait too long, but to be real, I think if you’re like a male you’re doing well, you know, you’re fit you, you’re making money and doing successful. You have way, way more options where it’s like, you know, a lot of people, they like you’re gonna run out and you’re gonna, but it’s like, once you got to that point, you accomplished what you wanted to have. Now you can actually take care of a family. Now I’m sure if I don’t know what your wife does, but she probably doesn’t have to work. You know? So it’s like, there’s a huge benefit to also get like, I, I know conservatives that will tell me, like you have your in your twenties. And I think it’s amazing, but it’s like for me, I there’s 0% chance. I would’ve been like a loyal husband, a good father.
Sevan Matossian (27:51):
Oh, I’d never been loyal ID, never been loyal. Like
In the dumpster, something I had no money. So how the hell am I gonna have a family? So now I’m in a good place. But also I don’t wanna squander it. You know, I, and I’m not saying every woman would, but I see these Smith relationships and it, it makes me laugh cuz I’m like, I could never even get to that point because I’m, I’m almost like selfish in a way where like one eighth of that came my way. I would’ve been like, you gotta go out the door because I’ve I built, you know, you’re not gonna ruin my entire life in, in five minutes when I built this for 10 years. I can’t believe some guys put up with that stuff.
Sevan Matossian (28:25):
Uh, yeah. I don’t think that there’s any rush. I, I do think though I do think this and my, and my wife didn’t have her first kid till she was 39 and, and, and we ended up, she just ended up, you know, she does CrossFit too. She eats well. So she just had the babies on the living room floor and, and we just roll. But I do think that my wife’s known since we’ve been together 20 in years, she’s seen it all right. I mean, she’s seen it all. And, and like, she, she accepts me for who I am. And, and that, that, that is kind of important. You, the person, the woman who’s going to get you, and this is a huge topic of 380 shows we’ve done in the last year. If you wanna be with someone great, like dream where you, you, you, you don’t know what it’s like to be with the fastest man on the planet. You don’t get to like, it’s not normal. Mm he’s not. He’s not normal. If you’re a girl and you want a normal relationship dream where it’s not for you. That’s true. He’s not, he’s not because you’re great. And, and, and, and, and great is not, um, there is, there is no depiction anywhere in media of what it’s like to be with a great man or a great woman. Right.
Sevan Matossian (29:32):
You have to appreciate it. You have. Yeah. I mean, it’s, it’s, it’s just,
It, it’s a lot of sacrifice, but there’s a lot of reward, you know? Totally.
Sevan Matossian (29:40):
I could go. You be lucky that you have a front row seat to greatness. You should be lucky. You have a front row seat to greatness. Sorry, what did you
Say? Appreciate it. Yeah. I’m, I’m, I’m gonna chop up that clip and I’m, I’m gonna just play it on my phone for
Sevan Matossian (29:49):
Any girl ever seat. You know what I’m saying?
You know, just letting you know, they’ll run away real fast. Like what a Douch bag. Oh my gosh.
Sevan Matossian (29:57):
I, I, I never stayed in one place for.
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