Mattew Ouza (00:00):
Hope that works.
Sevan Matossian (00:01):
Bam. We’re live. Holy cow. I got, I, I might have some options too. Oh boy. Oh boy. Oh boy.
Mattew Ouza (00:09):
Mattew Ouza (00:10):
Of course you wanna <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (00:14):
Yo, everyone. Hi. I’m back home.
Mattew Ouza (00:17):
Back at home.
Sevan Matossian (00:19):
I’m back at home. I can’t find any of my, uh, I can’t find any of my, uh,
Mattew Ouza (00:25):
Sevan Matossian (00:27):
No, <laugh> I can’t find those either.
Mattew Ouza (00:30):
I can’t find
Sevan Matossian (00:31):
Any of my, um, Shirts. I can’t find any of my CEO shirts. I can’t find any of my stuff on podcast shirts. I’m I’m tripping. I’m tripping.
Mattew Ouza (00:40):
Oh, I thought you were gonna say, uh, TD C and H WPO paired up and they’re now official sponsors lies.
Sevan Matossian (00:47):
No, I actually, I, I was like, why would I wear that shirt? But then I just like, you know what? Fuck it. I like, what, what do I care?
Mattew Ouza (00:55):
Sevan Matossian (00:55):
Okay. I’m I’m I’m sorry. I’m I’m I’m some late I’m discombobulated. I was in a car 10 hours today. Oh, it says the live calling show started Disneyland. The most unhealthiest place on earth. Wow. Did you choose that picture?
Mattew Ouza (01:11):
Sevan Matossian (01:12):
<laugh> that’s it? That is it. Travis, Brian casual sender. Bruce. Mr. Cast. Steve Joshua beaten Trina, Ken Walters. Ali Larson. Mr. Reynolds,
Mattew Ouza (01:31):
Sevan Matossian (01:32):
LEP. Alan Kein bomb. Christie. Christy. Did you make the comment about me being vegan? I’m a vegan at heart. I am a vegan at heart. That is true. You figured that out? I, I don’t, I don’t know if I followed your logic, but I really, oh God, I’m fucking a mess. My OCDs kicking in. I was like seeing stuff in the camera that I supposed thinking now was the time to fix it.
Mattew Ouza (01:53):
Yeah. Start organizing your things please. That’s <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (01:59):
I was late, cuz I forgot to print up the notes cuz I’m not used to printing up the notes cuz I was traveling next time I have to travel with a printer cause I’m losing my shit. I what do you guys wanna hear about you guys wanna hear about Disneyland?
Mattew Ouza (02:11):
Sevan Matossian (02:13):
I’m meeting my cousin, who I haven’t seen in 10 years in Santa Cruz tomorrow. Where should we get breakfast? Wow. Wow. Uh, if it was someone I hadn’t met in 10 years and I wanted a little bit of space, I would go to the point market. It’s owned by Hasan. I wanna say it’s like at the end of 32nd street, it’s called the point market and I would go there and uh, I don’t know, ask for like a, a bacon and uh, bacon and egg burrito or there’s a place called the um, cool house cliff house. No, what the fuck is that? Did we go there? Did we get burritos at a place on 41st street? It’s red. It’s a only open till like three o’clock it’s right next to family cycle. What the name of that burrito?
Mattew Ouza (02:53):
I’m sure that is, but I don’t. I dunno,
Sevan Matossian (02:55):
Chill out. It’s called. Yeah, it’s called the chill out and you could there from there, you could go on like a long to my walk. As long as your cousin’s mobile, my whole brain was blown. I’m completely. I, I, uh, I consider myself the, the greatest traveler of anyone I’ve known by far,
Mattew Ouza (03:17):
But nothing prepared.
Sevan Matossian (03:18):
You would go to these places. I would immerse myself in them, meet the people, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, all, all the continents. And what I saw at Disneyland this weekend, not even this weekend I saw yesterday. Hey, can you find out how many people Disneyland in Los Angeles holds not the California dream inside, but the um,
Mattew Ouza (03:37):
The original park,
Sevan Matossian (03:39):
The original park, you know, it’s funny, Hailey. The, it said the printer was, um, out of ink, but we haven’t been home in 11 days. Oh, it always says, I don’t know, says low. It always says, did you put new $50 cartridges in cartridge? And it says low on ink. It’s good stuff. It’s good. It’s good. Profit making. Uh, yeah. So Jessica, thank you. So Jessica, I would go to, I would go somewhere where I could walk around if, if your cousin’s mobile, unless, unless they’re like one of those people at Disneyland, you cannot thank you. I’ve been at the, I’ve been at the beach a lot. First of all, I wanna say this. My kids had a lot of fun at Disneyland. My kids had a lot of fun. Cost us about a thousand dollars. They went on six rides. All rides were tired by tired. I mean, they’re, they’re done. They’re so outdated. There’s nothing special about them. Uh, capacity anywhere from 85,000 to 100,000, I would say, let’s say, is that
Mattew Ouza (04:33):
Kingdom though? Is that the one you’re looking for?
Sevan Matossian (04:35):
Yeah, I think that’s the one I went to. I would, um, I, I think it was completely sold out cause it was like the only day we could get, you know, and, and we got it like month in advance and it cost a thousand bucks more or less with parking and get all the fancy passes and shit for six of us. And we went on six rides. We went on, it’s a small, we got there at 12 and stayed, uh, noon and got stayed till, I don’t know, nine or 10 at night. Uh, we did, it’s a small world. Uh, we should just be burnt to the ground. It it’s horrible. It’s basically it’s, it’s,
Mattew Ouza (05:06):
Sevan Matossian (05:07):
It’s basically just stuffed animals that move. I will say this about Disneyland, everything that they have, even though it’s tired. It is so clean there. Everything is clean there except to people.
Mattew Ouza (05:17):
Yeah. You know that they did a whole study on how far away somebody will walk to throw something away in a trash can and then put all the trash cans that far away from each other. So at no point in the park, is there more than like 15 feet for you to have to walk for a trash can?
Sevan Matossian (05:30):
Oh wow. Okay.
Mattew Ouza (05:31):
Yeah. And all the trash goes under the ground, like under the park and that’s where all the cast members and the characters and employees all walk underneath as well too. Cause both Disney never wanted to see like, uh, different characters in different lands. So I built the whole underground tunnel for it.
Sevan Matossian (05:49):
I had heard that before. Um, I’m piping in Disneyland, Anaheim capacity, registered reports. Disneyland’s park capacity hovers are on the 85,000 mark. Further explains that the average day see about 51,000 visitors. Uh, because this person is saying that magic kingdom is Florida.
Mattew Ouza (06:07):
Oh, okay. Okay.
Sevan Matossian (06:09):
Uh, capacity in numbers. Uh, so you, you, you, I, I, I spoke to, um, my sister who lives in two Xs about this. I, I, you have to understand I was in complete shock when I went in there. I cannot believe what I saw. I cannot, I still can’t believe what I witnessed. Everything makes so much more sense to me now. I, I, um, I don’t know how my wife and my mother-in-law stayed so calm. I, I was beside myself And we’ll get into that a minute. My kids had fun. Um, the place is really tired, nothing. Um, nothing cool. Like I remember when I was there 40 years ago, but, but I could see why my kids thought it was cool. Uh, it’s a small, world’s just, It’s just, I mean, Chucky cheese has better. I, someone used the term animatronics. Um, I went on that, uh, the, the, the ride where you’re on the boat and it drops and you get all splashed. That was, I liked it, but not to wait an hour. You have to understand the day. I do have PTSD from Disney. I have some really, really, unfortunately some really harsh, um, um,
Sevan Matossian (07:25):
Oh, that’s a great question. What was more shocking? The obesity at Disneyland or the Botox and fake titties at a restaurant Newport. Here’s the thing about Disneyland?
Mattew Ouza (07:36):
Sevan Matossian (07:36):
I saw, I, I saw a thousand of those car. I saw, I’ve never seen so many obese people and I’ve seen such mass consumption. I’ve never seen basically my, my, if, if, if you’re, if you’re an environ, if you’re like one of those eco people, you have to shut Disneyland down immediately. If you’re one of those eco people, you cannot believe the way, the, the way it’s basically the whole entire place, a cruise ship. It’s wor it’s crazier than a cruise ship. The whole place is one giant sugar factory. It’s it’s like where heroin addicts would go. Like one of those parks in Sweden or Switzerland, where they have where people just go shoot up. It’s just people eating all day. That’s all it is. There’s like, there’s seven there’s kids being pushed around in carts. 7, 8, 9 year old by their parents who are 400 pounds each. And, uh, and the kids have a Coke in one hand, in a box of M and M in the hand. And that’s the norm I’m telling you. I’ve never, I was thinking, this is what it must be like to be at the CrossFit games for rich. Froning like, you just look around, you could beat everyone’s ass. I’m fucking fitter in everyone here. Like even Mac Gott. He’s a little bitch now.
Mattew Ouza (08:47):
Sevan Matossian (08:50):
So it must be what it’s like. Cause I went in there and I’m like, holy shit. I can whoop everyone’s ass here. I’ve never been like, I go to the crossword games. I’m like, there’s probably a 10 year old here. I could whoop his possess.
Mattew Ouza (09:02):
Sevan Matossian (09:03):
It is so bad. It is so bad. It was scary. So basically what I saw it’s it’s total woke Topia. It’s all the woke shit. There’s <affirmative> carts everyone. There has the blue hair. Um, there’s grown, there’s grown couples there together that you can tell. Each of them are 400 pounds and the man has Mickey mouse ears on and his and his and his adorable. It’s never worked out a day in his life and his shoulders are narrower than his hips. And his shirt is baggy up here and it’s a quad Ru, but it’s tight around his gut and, and,
Mattew Ouza (09:39):
Sevan Matossian (09:41):
And they’re just eating ice cream walking around and it’s just all, it’s just,
Mattew Ouza (09:46):
What do you think? You show people from like the 1920s that, you know what I mean? Like, Hey, look, what did
Sevan Matossian (09:51):
Not show that you could not, they would die. They would die. You if you have not, I would never, I, I will not go there again. Well, I would’ve the dam. I would have to go through, like, I’m gonna have to forget, but I don’t know if I can forget. Here’s the thing too. The day before I was at the beach in Newport. Hi, Ms. Perez. The day before I was, um, in, uh, Newport at the, uh, beach and my kids were there and they were having so much <affirmative> right. And I was trying to compare, is this more fun than Disneyland? There’s there’s nothing about Disneyland that cares about everyone. It’s just about hurting people. That’s all it’s about. It’s about, it’s about feeding people, drugs. I don’t even know how those people afford that.
Mattew Ouza (10:40):
They allow you, you to like, do it on like a Disney credit thing and you just pay it down over the year and go when on that, when you pay it down,
Sevan Matossian (10:47):
<laugh> Hey, isn’t there something isn’t off
Mattew Ouza (10:50):
Sevan Matossian (10:51):
<laugh> you take a loan. Isn’t there something where they, where the left is saying that you black people don’t know how to use the internet. If you’re, if you have melanated skin, you don’t don’t know how to use the internet and you don’t know how to register to vote. And therefore, if, and they don’t know how to go, they don’t know where the DMV is and they can’t go get driver’s license. And so you require driver’s license. It’s racist. If you require internet it’s racist, if you require, like, because, uh, um, uh, melanated people aren’t capable of, of such skills. Well, guess what? A Disney must be the most racist play on earth. I, I, if my, my wife had to do all that, it’s completely internet. It’s complete. You have to have an app. You have to have a phone. You have to have a smartphone at Disneyland, Russ, you can’t ride the rides. You gotta put it into the machine. Actually, they give you a ticket, but, but they tell you, you don’t need this. This is just in case. I forget what to say
Mattew Ouza (11:42):
In case you wanna keep bit
Sevan Matossian (11:44):
<laugh>. Yeah, probably.
Mattew Ouza (11:45):
So you can hang it up on your under wall at home. Yeah. So it doesn’t,
Sevan Matossian (11:50):
It is the sickest place on earth. My sister said, have you been to a Walmart in Texas? And I said, no, ma’am I have not.
Mattew Ouza (12:00):
It’s the same, but with guns strapped to their back,
Mattew Ouza (12:03):
Sevan Matossian (12:05):
It’s not there’s people. The, the, the majority of people who are in those carts are stuffed into those carts. They’re not the, those carts aren’t even big enough for them and the kids. I didn’t see any kids that weren’t obese little kids. And here’s the thing.
Mattew Ouza (12:21):
Sevan Matossian (12:22):
Here’s the thing. They’re not obese to a point where like, okay, this is just a fat kid, chunky kid. Their bodies have been, these kids are to a point where their bodies aren’t gonna there. Aren’t coming back. Yeah. I saw, I saw eight year olds everywhere. And the damage done to their bodies. It’s not coming back. They’re, they’re going to carry the scars of that weight game for the rest of their life. And someone fed them that I didn’t take my kids into one of those, uh, stores. I fed my kids. Uh, they have, they have popcorn there. And then they have these, these popcorn vendors where I found one vendor, or like every 50th piece of popcorn as a piece of candy, not, not, not a candy, but like caramelized popcorn. And I got ’em that, and, and just as many bottles of water as they wanted. And then you could buy some really shitty mangoes, but it was cool that they had ’em and I fed ’em that. Let me see. Oh, the For, yeah, I don’t, I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know that stuff.
Mattew Ouza (13:19):
Sevan Matossian (13:21):
Like, look at a 14 year old is 80. Like I I’m 160 pounds now and I’m fat I’m,
Mattew Ouza (13:26):
But like fudgy, right? Those are like the, uh, age groups there. But just to like your point, I mean, I saw some of the, a bit of Disneyland. I know what you talk about, and it’s almost like double.
Sevan Matossian (13:35):
When were you there? When were you there? When were you there?
Mattew Ouza (13:37):
Sevan Matossian (13:39):
Um, dude, you, you,
Mattew Ouza (13:42):
Sevan Matossian (13:43):
Mattew Ouza (13:44):
Like more than like 15 years ago.
Sevan Matossian (13:48):
I, I honestly, I, I honestly had this thought I was driving home and I was like, how, if COVID were real. And I, and I, I, I guess, I believe, I guess I believe C’s real. I mean, I, I, I, has anyone seen COVID can, can you pull the picture of COVID for me? I guess COVID real. How did none, how did, how, how did any of those people survive? COVID if’s real. I, I, I have to know, Hey dude, I, I met a guy by the way, I at this really fucking cool dude, I’m at this really cool dude, by the way you guys, I was in Newport because there’s this 80 that listens to this podcast, Man. She’s so supportive. And she got this dope pad on the beach in Newport, and she let us run the podcast out of there for two weeks. I think we were there 11 days. There’s
Mattew Ouza (14:35):
What it looks like. <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (14:37):
Okay. Yeah. And I read that. That’s not what it looks like that that’s just, it’s all theoretical.
Mattew Ouza (14:42):
No, this is, this is accurate. <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (14:44):
No, that’s not. I heard it so small. It doesn’t have color, whatever that means. I guess that means it doesn’t reflect light. It’s your trip, right?
Mattew Ouza (14:51):
Oh, that is trippy.
Sevan Matossian (14:54):
Yeah. There was a big, there was a big sign there, rod that said, if you’re not vaccinated that you have to wear a mask, huge sign. I took a picture of it. Of course, of course, hardly anyone in there was wearing a mask. The employees were wearing masks a lot. I’d say half the employees were wearing masks and, and 1% the Asians, the Asians were wearing, um, uh, uh, you know, it’s funny. Someone’s gonna be like, well, that’s racist, but yet, but yet if they pull you over, you’re I’m not gonna get into that. Anyway. It’s really sad. It was really, I, I was thinking to myself, I want to double down on weight loss stories for this show. I need to do, I need to do one a month. I need, I need to, I need to know that I’m contributing to helping. It is so bad. These, this group of people can’t possibly think straight and they’re all ages. And I don’t know how, I don’t know how their alive, if you told me half, those people were dead today because of cardiac arrest. I’d oh yeah. I could have told you that they’re all gonna dry prematurely. They’re all they have to be clogging our hospital systems. They must have all been on medication. They must have all been on medication.
Mattew Ouza (16:10):
There’s consequences that come with that lifestyle.
Sevan Matossian (16:15):
There was a, there was a lady in a cart and I go, Hailey, watch out. And she turns the lady. She goes, oh, I’m sorry. And then I told Hailey, I was like, I wasn’t telling, like, I mean, it was my wife’s nice. It was cool shit. But I was like, you weren’t in the wrong. But if, if this is a 400 pound person in a cart going six miles an hour, if that thing hits you, you’re toast. You’re toast.
Mattew Ouza (16:36):
Yeah. I’m surprised you didn’t get hit by leasts one stroller. That’s usually the joke with Disneyland too.
Sevan Matossian (16:41):
I, I was tiny there,
Mattew Ouza (16:46):
But you could out bench. ’em all.
Sevan Matossian (16:48):
No, I can out bench or out squat. Seven, the seven, seven DFS. <laugh> okay. Uh, what’s your shit stand for huge white pussy old man. Oh, yes. Yes. That is what that stands for. Thank you.
Mattew Ouza (17:07):
That was aggressive. <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (17:09):
Mattew Ouza (17:11):
Sevan Matossian (17:12):
I did take pictures. I wanted to show you this one picture. I wanna show you a picture, uh, of this man, what I have download and his two daughters. Um, I, I, I, I actually was gonna go in there and I was gonna take like a thousand pictures. And then I just reached a point where I just didn’t think it was healthy for me. So I took pictures for like, I don’t know, five minutes, and then I stopped, but this, this sums up Disneyland. And this is why I don’t want to hear any of these people’s opinion on the Ukraine, on what’s right or wrong on racism, on health, on COVID. I don’t want to hear, I don’t wanna hear their opinions on, on anything. Cause first of all, I don’t believe in consensus. I believe in math. I believe in science. I believe in the predictive value of something. Not because 30 doctors said so I, I believe the math. You are tiny. You’re five, three. No, I’m not five, three. I’m not, I don’t think if you saw me, you wouldn’t think I was tiny. Yeah. Well, I mean,
Sevan Matossian (18:12):
I’m just proportion, right? You think I was I’m small, but I’m not like a, I’m not, I’m not, I’m not, it’s not weird. Oh, why? I’m trying toing how tall I am. Yes. I’m not doing two plus two is, is five. I’m trying to get this I’m okay. You okay? You might think I’m a little short. Okay. Want me to pull, let see if I, let me see if I can do it. If I’ll just tell you what it is, I’ll tell what it, I know what it’s this enormously fat man with with this 13 year old daughter who has dye blue hair and is, and, and his nine year old daughter with, um, they’re, they’re all obese. And one of ’em has dye blue hair and the other one’s dressed as, um, like Rapunzel or some shit or something from, uh, one of the Disney movies. And I’m just like why I would never, So many people had their nose pierced here. Like why?
Sevan Matossian (19:11):
I, I just don’t understand the logic of doing all of this shit to yourself before you take care of yourself. It’s like painting your car when it has a fucking hu, like your car gets totaled. And the first thing you do is take it to get painted before you do the body work. Like, what are you doing? You have tattoos and nose ring. You’ve dye your hair blue, but you’ve, you’ve, you’ve been so abusive to your body that you’re stuck in a cart. I, I, I guess all of that, just, I guess it’s all just abuse to the body. I was standing outside this ride and, and there, and there’s a Tigger there. Do you know, Tigger? That’s the tiger from winning tooo. And they have speakers playing everywhere. You know where you can hear the, the, like the guys talking. So it’ll be like Tigger. And he is like this. And a piece of him will be going like this. And then there’ll be a speaker behind him. That’s like Kim talking, even though his mouth isn’t moving. And he goes, hi, I’m Tigger T I G I don’t think you can do that. I think that’s cultural appropriation. I remember all the rap songs when I was a kid had double G
Sevan Matossian (20:14):
<laugh> and I double G like you can’t do that. You can’t do ti double G it’s cultural appropriation. That’s the strike too, for racism at this. I really joy that though, that he did that T I double G Tigger
Mattew Ouza (20:30):
Sevan Matossian (20:31):
Has never a fan of Winnie the poo.
Mattew Ouza (20:33):
Mattew Ouza (20:33):
Think I finally got the photo.
Sevan Matossian (20:36):
You wouldn’t get a new car and just throw shitloads of pain on it. You just don’t do that. Don’t worry. I don’t care. I shouldn’t show it anyway. Someone’s it’s just it’s I think it’s just as, and, and, um, yeah, describe it. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I had ti trigger. You’re right. I right.
Mattew Ouza (20:53):
Sevan Matossian (20:54):
I just, as provocative,
Mattew Ouza (20:57):
I was trying to get ’em all set up, but
Sevan Matossian (21:00):
Play number, play number one 12, just for shits and giggles. Let’s just fucking bomb. ’em let’s just get with it, get with it. How about, how about CrossFit? HQ switching? Uh, they made a post on their, um, Instagram saying CrossFit home office is gone and it’s back to CrossFit HQ. Did you see that?
Mattew Ouza (21:16):
I did that.
Sevan Matossian (21:18):
I’d love CrossFit. They can do no wrong by the way. Hiller is tomorrow’s. Show’s gonna be crazy. I’m gonna invite Hiller on tomorrow. Did I tell you that you ready ask that? Yeah, just for, just for like a quick 15 minutes.
Mattew Ouza (21:36):
Hi, this is one 12. Is this what we’re looking for
Sevan Matossian (21:37):
Here? Just want to give him a, he, he needs a little hand job or something. He’s just crushing it. Okay. Go give him a little handy. Okay. Let’s see. Watch this. This is nuts. This is, this is how
Speaker 5 (21:48):
Speaker 6 (21:48):
Usually pretty racist.
Speaker 5 (21:50):
Those laws are racist, for sure. Do you think it suppresses the, uh, African American
Speaker 7 (21:54):
Vote? Definitely because they’re less likely to have state IDs type of people don’t live in areas with easy access to
Speaker 5 (22:02):
DMVs. I think that’s harder for black people to go online.
Speaker 8 (22:04):
Well, I feel like they don’t have the knowledge of how, of like, how it works, how people have smartphones. They might not have data for most of the communities. They don’t really know what is out there. Just cuz they’re not aware. Now
Speaker 5 (22:13):
I’m here in east Harlem to ask black people their thoughts on what you just heard. You have ID. Yes. Why would they think we don’t have ID? Why would they say that? Everybody that I know have ID. I heard a lot also that uh, black people can’t figure out how to get to the DMV. I know with that on 25th, it’s on hundred 25th street. Also heard a lot that black people pleasure you poor back. People have no access to the internet. <laugh> I had access to the internet for years. Poor. Are these people talking too? Do you have a problem that if you go to vote and they say, can we please see your ID? I love showing my ID. Do you have an issue with that? No. No. Do you have an opinion of voter ID laws? They’re
Speaker 6 (22:47):
Usually pretty racist.
Speaker 5 (22:48):
Those laws are racist.
Sevan Matossian (22:49):
That’s where I grew up. That’s where I grew up. Those people. <affirmative> that’s where that used to be me right there.
Mattew Ouza (22:55):
<laugh> it’s crazy. It’s so crazy. It’s so crazy.
Mattew Ouza (23:01):
The craziest thing is that
Mattew Ouza (23:02):
Mattew Ouza (23:03):
The think they’re doing good with that.
Sevan Matossian (23:05):
It is fucking embarrassing. It is embarrassing. I agree. It’s fucking embarrassing. It’s so embarrassing. How, how, how about, how about people are afraid of freedom of speech that the whole Elon thing, this is nuts. Hey, what’s Tim cook to do now? Is he gonna boot them off of what? Like if you invite,
Mattew Ouza (23:25):
I think, I think he’ll sit real quiet.
Sevan Matossian (23:27):
I think he will too. And
Mattew Ouza (23:28):
Trump already made that announcement that he wasn’t coming on Twitter. I mean, he’s coming on his own. He started his own platform. Didn’t he?
Sevan Matossian (23:35):
Sorry, I don’t. I’ve had the sniffles for a month. I, every time I do that, I know my mom and dad hate me for it.
Mattew Ouza (23:42):
My mom said she watched some of the water palosa footage until you pick your pick your nose. Oh
Sevan Matossian (23:46):
Mattew Ouza (23:48):
Oh my God. That is so gross. And then I tried to defend you. I was like, well, he was sitting on it for like seven hours, you know? So maybe he just forgot <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (23:57):
Hey, picking your nose is embarrassing, but not nearly as embarrassing as saying from the campus of you, university of California, Berkeley, that black people don’t know how to use the fucking internet because of the color of skin. How, how did you even think that the color of your skin relates to how you can use a computer period at all? Didn’t you just hear me say like fucking couldn’t figure out the Disneyland app, the smart as fuck. Maybe age, maybe a old black person.
Mattew Ouza (24:27):
<laugh> say an old person in general
Sevan Matossian (24:30):
And I, oh man, here we go. I listened to the James Townsend interview with uh, Kenya Clark. It’s not all black and white. And I was like, yeah, yeah, yeah. Get ’em boys. Get ’em boys. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Let me hear this shit. And then at the end they start talking about how skin color is a factor. And I gotta tell you something. I love Kenya. Good dude. Love the dude. Text message with them. Homeboy, dude, I would support him in any way could, but the fact that E every single person that I know is afraid of cops, it has nothing to do with the color of your skin, has to do with what’s between in your ears has nothing to do with the color of your skin. Nothing. If you were truly afraid of cops, based on what they do to black people, you would be afraid of black people based on what they do to black people.
Sevan Matossian (25:19):
And may, maybe you are, but either way at the end of the day, that’s your responsibility. But if we were to take all the statistics of how cops treat black people and use those factors, guys in the suits with the Billy clubs and the guns, and then people who biologically have melanated skin and compared how they treated them. Well, you would be more afraid of black people. I betcha than cops be. It would be, be a no-brainer. And just all my friends. I’m 50 years old were still terrified of cops. I don’t want a cop behind me. Every time I rode my motorcycle. I’m like, God damn, are they gonna get me? <laugh> That’s boys that were boys. That’s the boy who were trained like that. And you know why? Because we do bad shit. Yeah. Cause I did bad shit. Exit fucking Matt’s mom’s car. When she drove to work,
Mattew Ouza (26:02):
Didn’t want interactions with them.
Sevan Matossian (26:09):
The parents, the Jew parents, and the black parents need to stop telling their kids that the world’s out to get you <affirmative> everyone needs to figure it out on their own, man. I was so disappointed when you guys took it there. I was so disappointed. So disappointed. You guys sounded like victims.
Mattew Ouza (26:28):
Well, maybe we didn’t have enough like context on how and what Ashley happened before. Maybe, maybe there’s more context on, on their end. And there’s always more context to the whole story.
Sevan Matossian (26:37):
Right? Okay. And don’t be mad. I’m telling you how it is cuz everyone else is pussy. I’m telling you how it is. Young men are terrified of cops than they should be. Cuz they fuck around. You think Armenian parent noob, Armenian parents don’t tell their kids that shit Armenian parents just tell you could get the fuck out there and work.
Mattew Ouza (26:54):
Sevan Matossian (26:55):
Make that money. Sell them carpet, sell that jewelry.
Sevan Matossian (26:59):
Your parents don’t tell you shit cuz their workaholics. Good morning, Seth. Good. Seth Disneyland is so bad. It was such a disappointment. That interesting thing is, is we were my, I don’t think my kids even noticed any of that stuff. I don’t think they noticed that, that I, they did not look human to me. The people there, their faces were just enormous. Like everyone’s like you like all of the things like that we take for granted, like your glasses fit, your head that you fit. There was a ride there called jungle jungle, jungle cruise. And it had some steep wooden stairs and it was packed in there. And I looked back up at the top of the stairs. I was like maybe eight stairs from the bottom. There were like 30 stairs behind me. And, and I, I, I, I saw people like I was starting to like, okay, if one of those people slips and comes down, how am I gonna save my mother-in-law? She weighs 110 pounds. I can’t ever, like, I don’t want her to die in front of my kids. Right, right today, Disney man.
Mattew Ouza (28:00):
Sevan Matossian (28:01):
It was like that. I mean, it was like that. I talked to a friend of mine. I’d love to interview a medic Disneyland. I talked to one of my friends. Who’s a medic. And that says that, that people stroke out there every day.
Mattew Ouza (28:12):
I think there’s also some thing, like they can’t disclose any of that stuff. Right. Won’t Disney come after him.
Sevan Matossian (28:18):
Uh, the, the, the medical shit. Like if you, if
Mattew Ouza (28:22):
You, yeah, just anything in general, like certain facts and statistics about the like, you know what I mean? In all the time Disneyland’s been around, there’s had to have been somebody that’s like died on a Disneyland ride, right? Like just statistically speaking with the amount of people going through the park. But like, you don’t hear about it, but then if there’s like a carnival or like, you know, one of those six flags things you hear about what happened. And so, I don’t know. I think Disney pays a lot of money to, uh, keep their reput intact at those parks.
Sevan Matossian (28:52):
They’re making so much money.
Mattew Ouza (28:54):
I mean, yeah. Look at what it said right there. You said you spent a thousand dollars and that was probably conservative. You didn’t go to both parks. You didn’t do multiple days, right?
Sevan Matossian (29:03):
Yeah. One of my friends said didn’t
Mattew Ouza (29:04):
Pay for the toys on the inside. You didn’t pay for other stuff like that. So it could have been a, it could have been a 5,000, 10,000 trip. You easy.
Sevan Matossian (29:11):
One of my friends said, uh, How many? I said, I meant he, he called me and I text him back. I’m at Disneyland. He said for how many days? <laugh> he said eight hours. How many days?
Mattew Ouza (29:24):
Yeah. I mean, so if you spent a thousand dollars, let’s say, and you know, you went with a family that same size, roughly. It’s like, you had a place to stay too. You didn’t have to stay in a hotel while you were down there. Like there was other things that you, that you had.
Sevan Matossian (29:39):
Oh, it would’ve been thousands of dollars. You’re right. You right. Yeah. And I didn’t go and store and buy all the shit. The consumption. Did you get some consumption? Pardon me? It
Mattew Ouza (29:48):
Would’ve been funny if you sat down with some Mickey
Sevan Matossian (29:50):
Years. Oh no. <laugh> the, I, you know, I, I, I may have participated in the Disneyland consumption, but the PR the last two months has been so bad. It’s like, I’m finally.
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