#405 – Kris Rugloski

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Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Caleb. It’s loud where you’re at? What? What’s going on? Bam. We’re live Caleb. Caleb. Oh yeah. It is Caleb. Who’s loud.

Mattew Ouza (00:08):

Are you sure? It’s not me?

Sevan Matossian (00:09):

No, watch one. He mutes himself.

Mattew Ouza (00:11):

Oh, cause the,

Sevan Matossian (00:12):

Uh, Caleb you’re at the you’re at the semifinals.

Mattew Ouza (00:16):

Oh yep.

Mattew Ouza (00:18):

Thought about that. Our man on the scene.

Sevan Matossian (00:22):

What if we get a live call and show tomorrow at 6:00 AM.

Caleb Beaver (00:27):

Okay.

Sevan Matossian (00:28):

Excuse me. No, not you Caleb. What, where, what time zone are you in Caleb?

Caleb Beaver (00:39):

I think I’m still on the Eastern time zone.

Sevan Matossian (00:41):

So that would be 9:00 AM for you?

Caleb Beaver (00:44):

Yep.

Sevan Matossian (00:45):

Uh won’t you be like doing something by then?

Caleb Beaver (00:48):

I don’t know. They don’t really have me doing anything, but I could be at the venue probably.

Sevan Matossian (00:52):

Oh, oh, that could be fun. Hey, how come you sent me a C shirt and it’s it’s the Q ver flag. And you have the blue, you get the masculine one and I got the one that’s that inclusive? Inclusive.

Mattew Ouza (01:06):

I, I thought you would like that one. It’s good for your image.

Sevan Matossian (01:09):

I do like it. I do like it and I party, I party

Mattew Ouza (01:12):

That one has the better.

Sevan Matossian (01:14):

Thank you. Yeah, it does. It does look nice on me. I like your dog’s in here.

Mattew Ouza (01:19):

<laugh> your dog. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (01:23):

She’s talking shit to me. I said my dog.

Mattew Ouza (01:26):

<laugh>

Sevan Matossian (01:29):

Don’t worry. Don’t close the doors go. It’s fine. It’s hot in here tonight. I was at the beach all day.

Mattew Ouza (01:36):

Good life.

Sevan Matossian (01:37):

Yeah. I think I did a podcast this morning. No. Yeah, no. Yeah. Yes

Mattew Ouza (01:43):

You did.

Sevan Matossian (01:43):

Yes. What did you do it with?

Mattew Ouza (01:46):

<laugh> David Taylor. Ryan.

Sevan Matossian (01:48):

Oh shit. Yeah. That one was hardcore Jr.

Mattew Ouza (01:53):

Was it Jr? I was gonna say RJ. Hey,

Sevan Matossian (01:55):

I we’re so lucky. This, this lady,

Mattew Ouza (01:57):

I dunno anymore.

Sevan Matossian (01:58):

<laugh> Jr Howell. You know, I had heard Brian and um, Brian had been talking that dude up forever. So it was kind of cool to meet him. It sucked that his audio was all jacked up, but I am stoked about this, uh, lady who’s coming in on now, Chris rlasky I watched like four podcasts. She’s done. And uh, she’s easy. I I’m here. I’m gonna predict this right now. She was homeschooled.

Mattew Ouza (02:21):

<laugh>

Mattew Ouza (02:22):

How, what? What’s the conclusion you’re drawing there. How’d you put that

Sevan Matossian (02:24):

Together? I just think she’s homeschooled. I, I can’t she’s like she act like will. No <laugh> no, you just fucked up my whole theory, Caleb. No, she does not act anything like fucking

Mattew Ouza (02:37):

Will. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (02:41):

Will’s

Mattew Ouza (02:41):

Diamonds

Sevan Matossian (02:43):

Will shit’s diamonds. My goodness pressure Coker. This, um, man, that thread is awesome. I love hearing his thoughts. Just his ideas and thoughts on shit. Like when he gets passionate about something.

Mattew Ouza (02:57):

Yeah. He’s not the guy wanted debate. Oh, like

Sevan Matossian (03:00):

It. Yeah. He might be Hiller’s kryptonite. <laugh> what, what, what?

Mattew Ouza (03:04):

I love that he’s doing

Sevan Matossian (03:04):

That. Yeah. What is, uh, what’s uh, you know, there’s like what’s Batman have that’s like his nemesis. Batman’s just a regular human, right? Isn’t it just joker?

Mattew Ouza (03:16):

No, I feel like, I feel like will, would be more like the commissioner, you know, like they’re on the same team, but they don’t go about it the same way.

Sevan Matossian (03:23):

No, this isn’t this isn’t Hunter’s girlfriend for crying out loud. Wait. Oh. Oh, I can’t click it.

Mattew Ouza (03:28):

I thought my commissioner think was good. I thought you were gonna give some love for that one.

Sevan Matossian (03:32):

Sorry, say it again. Wait, say it again. Wait, sorry. I,

Mattew Ouza (03:34):

I said more like,

Sevan Matossian (03:37):

Yeah,

Mattew Ouza (03:37):

Thank you for helping my ego out. So it’s like, they’re on the same team, but they’re going about their business just in different ways. You know?

Sevan Matossian (03:47):

I promise you guys that the next month I is the show ever dull by the show. I mean, just our ecosystem, our community. Isn’t this fun. Someone who’s like a real big shot in the community the other day, actually this afternoon goes, what does it mean when all those people are posting all those bats? I’m like, oh man, you’re so fucking, uh, February, 2022, like you just don’t know. You don’t know what bats are. It’s like, thank you. Thank you, Elise LIC. Yeah. It’s never, uh, uh, look at deliver king content and stumble upon this live stream. Thai city garage. Peace in love. Uh, it man, this, this fucking show just fucking moves and uh, it’s just, uh, the drama is always there and the fun and the, the narrative is always, it’s just nuts. It’s good. It’s a good time. Hey, Hey, Ty. Um, are you take, do you take any of those supplements? What do you think about that? That cat

Mattew Ouza (04:46):

Good question.

Sevan Matossian (04:47):

Or do, or do you just do the raw stuff? I’ve kind, I’ve kind of been slacking on my raw eat, meeting my raw meat, eating my meat, eating raw anyway. Oh, we have to have the raw meat eating guy back on the guy

Mattew Ouza (05:00):

Was, I was just gonna say the note came up that he’s getting close to 200 days,

Sevan Matossian (05:03):

Correct?

Mattew Ouza (05:04):

We were a couple weeks out. So we need to get that. Uh, was his name, John?

Sevan Matossian (05:09):

I forget. Yes, it was John. He didn’t wanna give his name. Yes. Good job. Oh, uh, Tom pays, says welcome Thai city. Um, uh, Thai city. There are some trippy cats here, like Dick butter. Uh, just kind of tiptoe around those guys. They’re I don’t know. They stumbled upon this. Uh, I dunno. What’s going on? It’s

Mattew Ouza (05:27):

A good dude.

Sevan Matossian (05:28):

He’s he’s a Dick. He’s quite the Dick. Uh, today we have on, um, Chris, rlasky this, uh, young lady, uh, seems like she’s exploded on the high rock scene. Oh, here she is. Look at, I see her.

Mattew Ouza (05:44):

Boom.

Sevan Matossian (05:44):

Ah, yes.

Kris Rugloski (05:46):

All right. I’m

Mattew Ouza (05:47):

In welcome.

Sevan Matossian (05:49):

Hi, Kayla. Peace. Love Kayla.

Mattew Ouza (05:53):

<laugh> Chris.

Sevan Matossian (05:55):

Chris.

Kris Rugloski (05:56):

Hi. How are you? What’s

Sevan Matossian (05:57):

Up girl. Good. I’m Chevon

Kris Rugloski (06:00):

Nice. Nice to virtually meet

Sevan Matossian (06:01):

You. Nice to meet you. If we were in person, I would shake your hand. I don’t have any people. Fear or virus or germ fears.

Kris Rugloski (06:07):

I’m on the same page

Mattew Ouza (06:08):

Too. I got that over it. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (06:11):

And that’s Mr. Matt sues the producer of the show.

Mattew Ouza (06:14):

Hi

Kris Rugloski (06:14):

Chris. Hi, Matt. Nice to meet you.

Mattew Ouza (06:15):

Wonderful to meet you as well,

Sevan Matossian (06:17):

Dude. Are you like, fuck. Can I just won the high rocks? Can’t I just party what’s up with all this media bullshit.

Kris Rugloski (06:23):

Um, a little bit. It’s been a lot, but no, it’s fun. Um, I, I mean, yeah, this is all new. It’s still, I don’t think it’s really sunk in that I’ve won anything yet. So yeah. Hand trying to handle all this attention is a lot

Sevan Matossian (06:35):

<laugh> oh, you’ve been getting a lot of attention for, well, I I’ve typed in your name into YouTube and then I just started digging through your, all the podcasts you’ve done. Uh, and you’re fucking killing. Well, no, come on. You’re killing it. You’re easy. There’s society

Mattew Ouza (06:47):

Level just lit up.

Sevan Matossian (06:48):

There’s um, there’s whole podcast where you carry ’em where the hosts are all like nervous and shit. And they’re like, hi Chris. Uh, and you’re and you just, and you’re just running the show. You’re like, okay, I got this.

Kris Rugloski (06:57):

Don’t worry. I’ve I’ve definitely, I’ve been on some, I’ve had some podcasts that I’ve really enjoyed and some that I haven’t so much, so yeah.

Sevan Matossian (07:05):

<laugh> the ones that you haven’t because the, um, why is that

Kris Rugloski (07:09):

Be because the interview is the people that are supposed to be leading it. Yeah. I, I found the biggest thing is they haven’t looked into me at all. And so they like ask me questions and I’m like, if you like, knew anything about me, you would know to ask a better question than that,

Sevan Matossian (07:22):

I guess. Right? Oh shit. Now the pressure. Okay. Well, I want you to know that I pulled out my biology book, my 10th grade biology book. And I do, I have confirmed that you’re a woman. Yes. So yes, we’re indeed a woman we’re off. We’re off. We’re off to a, uh,

Mattew Ouza (07:39):

We just don’t wanna get it wrong here on the show. So,

Kris Rugloski (07:42):

Well, thank you. Yeah, it’s that? It’s hard for some people to figure out, but yes, I am a indeed, a woman

Sevan Matossian (07:47):

Genius in you’re 26 years old,

Kris Rugloski (07:50):

Uh, 25.

Sevan Matossian (07:51):

Darn it. I, I, in your podcast, six months ago, you said you were 25. I’m like she must have turned 26 already.

Kris Rugloski (07:56):

<laugh> no, I turned 25, 6 months ago, so,

Sevan Matossian (07:58):

Oh, okay. Uh, you just went, you were just in Vegas.

Kris Rugloski (08:04):

I was.

Sevan Matossian (08:05):

And

Kris Rugloski (08:05):

First time in Vegas.

Sevan Matossian (08:07):

Seriously. Hey, are you homeschooled?

Kris Rugloski (08:10):

I was homeschooled. Yes.

Mattew Ouza (08:12):

<laugh>. Oh, you just inflated. We’re gonna hear about this for a while. I see Caleb over

Sevan Matossian (08:17):

There too. She she’s weird. And she’s confident. There’s this weird. There’s this weird confidence that homeschool kids have. Like they just know they don’t know the shit to be afraid of. They don’t that’s

Kris Rugloski (08:27):

Yeah, that’s fair.

Sevan Matossian (08:28):

Yeah, they don’t, they don’t know the shit to be afraid of. They haven’t been picked on by enough kids. They haven’t been like, had the weird teasing. They’re just, and they’ve had to interact with so many fucking adults. Like you’re telling the story about how you’re running and you’re talking to a 50 year old man. I’m like no, 25 year old normal girl talks to a 50 year old man. Oh, they’re weird. 50 year old men are creep, but when you’re homeschooled, you don’t know that cuz you haven’t been programmed for that.

Kris Rugloski (08:53):

<laugh> maybe that, that has something to do with it.

Sevan Matossian (08:55):

Yeah. Crazy. And um, I, I love the story. Um, now I’m just showing off cuz to make sure, you know, I did my research. I like the story about how your shoe fell, your shoe fell off. Um, as you were approaching the final events. That’s a great story. We’ll get to that. Um, we, yes. Where were you born?

Kris Rugloski (09:13):

I was born in Scottsdale. Arizona.

Sevan Matossian (09:16):

Are your parents wealthy?

Kris Rugloski (09:18):

No.

Sevan Matossian (09:19):

Okay.

Kris Rugloski (09:20):

Um,

Sevan Matossian (09:20):

They were the fuck. Do they afford to live there

Kris Rugloski (09:24):

Now that you ask? I’m not really sure. Um, my

Kris Rugloski (09:26):

Dad,

Kris Rugloski (09:29):

Uh, yeah, no, I’m not sure because I mean, this was, I guess Scottsdale’s always been a wealthy place. I’ve heard Scottsdale has like a bad rap for being, you know, the stuck up people.

Sevan Matossian (09:39):

Um, Hey, I love it. My friends there are rich as fuck and they take such good care of me. I love those people.

Kris Rugloski (09:44):

Yeah. Um, yeah. My dad had just finished, um, actually, uh, seminary in California and they’d moved back to Arizona, so yeah, not wealthy. Um, I was the fourth kid in and um, single income. So yeah, <laugh> not on the rich side of things.

Sevan Matossian (10:02):

And, and when you, when you say fourth, how many, uh, siblings are there total in your family?

Kris Rugloski (10:06):

Um, there’s eight total.

Sevan Matossian (10:08):

Wow. Same mom.

Kris Rugloski (10:10):

Yes. And dad

Sevan Matossian (10:11):

<laugh>. Wow. And, um, and you’re the fourth, so you’re right in the middle

Kris Rugloski (10:15):

Right in the middle.

Sevan Matossian (10:16):

Yep. Uh, my dad went to seminary school

Kris Rugloski (10:19):

Really?

Sevan Matossian (10:19):

Yeah.

Kris Rugloski (10:21):

Where at,

Sevan Matossian (10:22):

Uh, uh, Lebanon Beirut.

Kris Rugloski (10:27):

Okay. <laugh>

Kris Rugloski (10:28):

That’s at a that’s

Sevan Matossian (10:29):

The, it was, it was the only high school. It, it was the only high school. Um, you could go to. And so really? Yeah. If you, the only way to get a higher education was to study, to become a, uh, priest, I guess. Right. That’s what seminary school for, to become priests. Yeah.

Kris Rugloski (10:42):

Priest, pastor, preacher, all those kind of things.

Sevan Matossian (10:45):

Yeah. Okay. Now this is starting to all the pieces are all starting to come together. So is this, um, already <laugh> I I’m gonna shift gears a little bit. Here is the nose ring, um, is the nose ring some part of rebellion?

Kris Rugloski (11:00):

Um, no, no. It was just something I wanted to do. Um, my mom said she was glad I only got it on one side. Um, but uh, no, I wouldn’t say it’s a rebel thing. I actually, it took me, I got it kind of later than most people who were trying to rebel probably would. Um, it’s just something I liked it. I don’t have any tattoos. So I’ve done kind of done the piercing route instead

Sevan Matossian (11:24):

Mean either no tattoos either mean either you don’t, you don’t either, right? No. Oh, wow. We don’t have any, we need some deep pathologies. Hey, when your mom says, um, she’s glad you only got one. She means, she’s glad you didn’t get this one.

Kris Rugloski (11:39):

Uh, well I think she’s glad I didn’t that one. She, yeah, she was just glad I didn’t get it on both sides. Cause she had, I, I actually got it when I was, um, not living in town. And when I came back to town or I had posted a picture I guess, and she’d seen a picture and thought something in the picture looked like I had on both sides. And I think that would’ve, I guess been over the, over the top. I now have two, but they’re both in one side. So I think we’re good.

Mattew Ouza (12:01):

Blue hole there.

Sevan Matossian (12:03):

<laugh> do you, do you have any idea what the thought is that comes before the desire for the piercing? So let me give you an example. Um, a lot of people will ask loaded questions. So let’s say I want to, um, go out to dinner with, uh, Matt Suza here. Um, instead of just saying, Hey, will you go out to dinner with me? I’ll say to him, Hey, what are you doing tonight? It’s like a loaded question. Do you know what I mean? Mm-hmm <affirmative> do you, these are thoughts that come up before the, like the action. Do you know what the thought was? Um, that precipitated. Is that a word

Kris Rugloski (12:34):

Preceded?

Sevan Matossian (12:35):

Thank you. Preceded, um, homeschooled, homeschooled preceded the, the, the nose ring.

Kris Rugloski (12:45):

Um, I don’t know that there really was a lot of thought. Um, I feel like they’re, they probably don’t carry the same, um, uh, the, the same like concepts that they used to, like, I think it used to be a different, um,

Sevan Matossian (13:03):

Precipitated cause to happen suddenly unexpectedly, prematurely. Okay. Alright. Alright.

Kris Rugloski (13:09):

Um, uh, so I think they used to have a really bad connotation and I don’t think that’s really around so much anymore. So I don’t think there was a whole lot of like, oh, if I get this it’ll, you know, portray me a certain way. It was just kind of a, uh, I started getting more ear piercings and then I didn’t like my nose for the longest time. So I was like, I would never do that. And then I kind of changed. I was like, you know what? Um, maybe I would like it. So just

Sevan Matossian (13:33):

Kinda fuck I’d kill for your nose. I’d fucking kill someone for your nose. I didn’t say that out loud. Did I? Oh, please. Don’t kill. Sorry. That was an accent. I hit the

Mattew Ouza (13:41):

Don’t catch your news something weird back that

Sevan Matossian (13:44):

You didn’t like your nose. Uh, what could you possibly not like about that little nose? <laugh>

Kris Rugloski (13:52):

It. I have no bridge, so I can’t wear sunglasses because I oh, shit. Don’t anywhere. All it is is my little stub and it turns up at the end. So I feel like I look like a pig.

Sevan Matossian (14:01):

Um, can you look sideways for me so we can judge the shit outta you?

Kris Rugloski (14:04):

<laugh>

Sevan Matossian (14:06):

Wow. Okay. Someone just talk, someone just said that there’s something called Asian goggles and there are goggles that are specifically made for Asian people so that when they go skiing or, or scuba diving, it seals because Asians, their skull doesn’t have a bridge on their nose. Is that what you have? You have an Asian nose? Interesting.

Kris Rugloski (14:25):

I, I wouldn’t say I have an Asian nose, but I guess it kind of same structure, all that. I definitely have no Asian ancestry,

Sevan Matossian (14:33):

But do you have any Asian goggles? Do you own Asian? Oh, okay. Here we go. Here we go. <laugh> uh, Asian fit goggles also known as universal fit or low bridge. Yeah, it’s probably not okay to call it Asian fit anymore. For some reason, um, as universal fit or low bridge fit goggles have an extra layer of foam lining to perfectly fit faces. Do you, do you own a pair of those?

Kris Rugloski (14:52):

It looks, I do not. I was actually told I had a, a different, I was told I have like a black person noses is what my sister always said. So on

Sevan Matossian (15:00):

The other she’s strong racist. She’s racist.

Kris Rugloski (15:03):

<laugh> it’s definitely not a classic, um, Caucasian nose, I guess. So

Sevan Matossian (15:09):

I think you look like you look like the lady from when I was a kid, there was a TV show called Bewitched and she would wiggle her nose and shit would happen. Like she could turn you like into a donkey.

Kris Rugloski (15:18):

So that’s why you want my nose.

Mattew Ouza (15:20):

Yes. Have you ever heard of that show? Have you heard of that show before?

Kris Rugloski (15:23):

I have not. I have not heard of many things.

Sevan Matossian (15:26):

Fuck you SU

Kris Rugloski (15:29):

Classic.

Sevan Matossian (15:30):

Uh, that lady probably has grandchildren who are 25 <laugh>.

Mattew Ouza (15:35):

I was like they 15.

Sevan Matossian (15:37):

So you, um, so, so your you’re born in Scottsdale. Um, your dad, did your dad, does your dad have, does he, is he a teacher at a church, a priest, a deacon, a pastor at a church.

Kris Rugloski (15:48):

Um, he was a pastor for several years when I was a child. Um, we, and then, um, kind of took a break from that to raise his family, I guess, and went into surveying land surveying. Um, we moved to Texas when I was eight and he actually started his own surveying business and ran that for 10 ish years, maybe 10, 15 years. And then he sold it and he actually now lives in Thailand and they’re doing mission work over there. So wow. Kind of came full circle there

Sevan Matossian (16:18):

Is, is he, uh, was he an engineer also?

Kris Rugloski (16:22):

Um, he, it’s kind of in the same field as engineering. Um, so possibly,

Sevan Matossian (16:30):

Yeah.

Kris Rugloski (16:31):

Um, I know he works with engineers a lot, but the surveying side of things is definitely where he, what he pursued, I guess.

Sevan Matossian (16:37):

Did you get into that? Can you do that?

Kris Rugloski (16:40):

Um, I did some jobs with him, plotted points and, uh, we would kind of, uh, do stuff around buildings. Um, I was going to start learning AutoCAD, which is basically where they take all the points from the field and put ’em onto their, uh, their, um, I guess their, uh, what do you call it? They plot everything, put it into their

Sevan Matossian (17:00):

Computer, into their, whatever their program is, right?

Kris Rugloski (17:02):

Yes. Yeah. Um, and I started learning that but quickly is not really my thing. Um, yeah, it’s

Sevan Matossian (17:09):

Some geeky shit.

Kris Rugloski (17:10):

Yeah. And I’m not, I’m a, I’m more of a, just like, do not, not think.

Sevan Matossian (17:15):

Yeah. Oh, that’s funny you say that. So when you said that, when I said, why did you get the, um, uh, piercing? And you’re like, I just, I didn’t think. And then sort of, when I hear you talk about your sort of your sports career, you do, I mean, I’m like this too. I, I mean, don’t mean this in a negative way at all. You’re you’re like Forres gum.

Kris Rugloski (17:33):

I Forres Gump is my biggest heroes. So that’s the biggest Compli you could ever get me.

Sevan Matossian (17:37):

Yeah. You’re like a Labrador, like you just see a tennis ball and you’re going to get it

Kris Rugloski (17:41):

Pretty much. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (17:42):

Yeah. The Labrador Chris, the Labrador, uh, oh, oh, rlasky

Kris Rugloski (17:50):

Ruski

Sevan Matossian (17:51):

Ruski. Chris, the Labrador Ruski heard almost

Mattew Ouza (17:54):

Bat a thousand today.

Sevan Matossian (17:55):

You heard it here first. Um, tell me the age of your youngest sibling.

Kris Rugloski (18:02):

Um, my youngest sister is 13.

Sevan Matossian (18:04):

And your oldest.

Kris Rugloski (18:06):

Um, he is going to be 32, I believe.

Sevan Matossian (18:10):

Wow.

Kris Rugloski (18:12):

Yeah. Um, I have mad respect for my mom, but I dunno how she was having kids for 18 years. It’s an 18 year spread and I will, yeah. I have no idea how she did that.

Sevan Matossian (18:26):

It, it, it, it, it, it really is amazing. It, um, do any of your siblings have kids yet?

Kris Rugloski (18:32):

Um, my older sister has two kids. That’s the only one.

Sevan Matossian (18:34):

Wow, man. Your, your, your, your family is going to be, I mean, it is huge already, but it’s gonna be amazing. How old are your parents?

Kris Rugloski (18:43):

They, um, are 55.

Sevan Matossian (18:46):

Holy shit. My mom

Kris Rugloski (18:48):

55. So

Sevan Matossian (18:49):

They’re kids. They’re still kids. <laugh>. Do they, do they train, do your parents train,

Kris Rugloski (18:59):

Um, like train other parents or train athletically?

Sevan Matossian (19:01):

No train athletically.

Kris Rugloski (19:03):

Oh, um, no, they don’t. Um, my dad played ice hockey and soccer, I think in high school slash college. Um, he, um, and he, he stayed active and fairly fit, I think, with this survey. And he did a lot of the field work. Um, so has always spent a lot of time out.

Sevan Matossian (19:25):

Yeah. Okay. Well, thank you for coming on the show. Uh, you’re a lovely young lady. <laugh>

Mattew Ouza (19:32):

My anxiety level went up so much. Cause my biggest fear is accidentally clicking somebody off, you know, a button. Yeah. Like we both like rush to it.

Sevan Matossian (19:41):

Is there a button that does that?

Mattew Ouza (19:42):

Yeah. If you hover over it, you hit that like remove or the ones to the side, but

Sevan Matossian (19:47):

It looks like she’s trying to come back on.

Mattew Ouza (19:49):

Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (19:51):

But she can’t, I almost think someone, uh, should we kick her off? So she has to come back on again. Yeah,

Mattew Ouza (19:57):

Let’s do that. Are you gonna do that? Oh,

Sevan Matossian (19:59):

Oh, go ahead. Go ahead. Okay. Uh, she’s done with you. She could be. I’m telling, I think I may have overwhelmed her a little bit. I mean, she’s been so just, um, on point in the other shows, but I think I Seon quit dropping the F bombs. Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay. Fine.

Mattew Ouza (20:14):

I don’t even notice him anymore. That’s probably bad. Huh?

Sevan Matossian (20:17):

Fine. Call show. No, not Colin show. No. Oh, tomorrow. Yeah. I think tomorrow we we’re gonna do an early calling show. Like 6:00 AM Pacific standard time.

Mattew Ouza (20:26):

So we can go at six 30.

Sevan Matossian (20:29):

Uh, maybe she, maybe she got a little confused because everyone else is asking her about like where she buys her tennis shoes and how fast she runs. And does she have callouses? Okay, good. Good. Thank you. That’s all. I needed to hear a cheese and crackers. Thank you cheese. Oh,

Mattew Ouza (20:41):

Here we go. Here we go.

Sevan Matossian (20:42):

Right. Right, right. Uh, well we got some while you were gone, we got some feedback. Um, the, the crowd is saying no more FBO Seon. I think, cuz I think they realize you’re a, uh, a solid, uh, uh, so, so Sam cop says quit dropping FBO Seon. Okay. <laugh> uh, Bruce says, instead of saying, I should say cheese and crackers instead of, you know the other one.

Kris Rugloski (21:05):

Um, maybe not. I’m not really sure what the train

Sevan Matossian (21:09):

It’s when you use the Lord’s name in vain when you’re blasting Soso. Okay. Yes.

Mattew Ouza (21:12):

I thought it was cheesed and rice

Sevan Matossian (21:14):

And Elise says, uh, uh you’re you’re having fun. Okay, good. Because I, I was like, we were speculating well that you hung up because I wasn’t asking you about foot callouses and what kind of shoes to buy. And instead I was asking you about your parents.

Kris Rugloski (21:25):

<laugh> I think I got kicked out. I don’t know. It just dropped. Um, I tried to come back in and then,

Sevan Matossian (21:31):

Well, the second time you came back in, we did kick, we, we kicked you out the, the first time, I don’t know what happened the second time we kicked you out because you kind of came in halfway. And so we thought maybe you were stuck. Like, you know, like if you were climbing in a window, so Matt pushed your head out and said, try again. Oh, we loser again. Oh,

Mattew Ouza (21:46):

She’s frozen.

Sevan Matossian (21:47):

Oh, darn it. Uh, oh Caleb, what do you know about high rocks? This she is so fucking, oops, sorry. She is so accomplished. We haven’t even gotten to the good stuff. It, um, she, she should give anyone this story that she has should give anyone, um, hope that the impossible is possible. She really is a, a remarkable person. Let’s see if we, uh, she’s still frozen. Mm.

Mattew Ouza (22:13):

Should we take her off the screen maybe while she tries to get back in? Is that the nice thing to do?

Sevan Matossian (22:19):

Oh, uh, Chris, if you can hear us, I’m booting you again. I kicked you from the studio. Oh Nope. Someone else booted you. Okay. One of the first people that freezes and is still cute. Wow. That’s a great observation. You’re right. And so

Mattew Ouza (22:34):

<laugh> Will’s

Sevan Matossian (22:38):

Yeah. Yeah. Will’s gonna take a screenshot of that. Um, shit. I

Mattew Ouza (22:42):

Did it too. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (22:45):

Uh, she should be in, she should be in it’s to the, she should be in it’s to the 22 games. When you comment as much as Bruce, you can have some errors like that. It’s over call Danielle <laugh> Savage Savage. Oh,

Mattew Ouza (23:04):

Well hopefully

Sevan Matossian (23:05):

She, um, internet, I, I actually will text Danielle tonight and bug her. She needs to be bugged. I’ll I’ll

Mattew Ouza (23:12):

Is she competing this weekend?

Sevan Matossian (23:13):

I’ll bug. Uh, I, I bug Sarah because Yami said that we should have, uh, Sarah on I bugged rich and uh, Angelo, Angelo, his boy toy. I BU the, um, him,

Mattew Ouza (23:25):

Um, Angelo recently had a day in the life come out. Did you see it?

Sevan Matossian (23:28):

I did. I did. Uh, I did. Uh, hi, how are you? Hello?

Mattew Ouza (23:35):

This is a, is it calling now?

Sevan Matossian (23:36):

Hello? I dunno. What’s wrong with the calling? Hello? Hello. I, I wonder why he’s not, uh, not linked up. Nope. Sorry.

Mattew Ouza (23:53):

Couple technical.

Sevan Matossian (23:55):

Well, I, I, on my, on the phone it said I just got an exposure notification

Mattew Ouza (24:01):

Exposure

Sevan Matossian (24:02):

Take. Uh, no, thank you. I’ll pass on that option.

Mattew Ouza (24:10):

I got a COVID like community fact checker thing on one of my posts. And it was a story that I had posted like way back when, and it was when all those fake Elon mucks must tweets were going around when it was like, now that I bought Twitter, I’m gonna buy the CrossFit games and bring back Dave Castro and do the message. You see it? Like,

Sevan Matossian (24:28):

No,

Mattew Ouza (24:28):

It was hilarious. But yeah, Instagram then marked it as like false information. This tweet is fake.

Sevan Matossian (24:33):

Oh, geez.

Mattew Ouza (24:34):

Yeah. It was pretty funny. There was a couple funny one.

Sevan Matossian (24:39):

Uh, also part of the top five hottest. I don’t know what that means.

Mattew Ouza (24:42):

Okay. A simmer down

Sevan Matossian (24:44):

Wild. Oh. Oh, here we go. Here we

Mattew Ouza (24:46):

Go. Looks like he’s lifting a dog in that photo from the angle.

Sevan Matossian (24:49):

Here we go, Chris. Hi,

Kris Rugloski (24:52):

My back.

Sevan Matossian (24:53):

You’re in a dark room. You can you turn the lights off?

Kris Rugloski (24:56):

<laugh> says that.

Sevan Matossian (25:00):

Hey, whose fault do you think this is? You think it’s your fault? Or

Kris Rugloski (25:03):

I think it’s fine. My phone is as old as the Hills. Of

Mattew Ouza (25:06):

Course she takes ownership. She’s a winner.

Sevan Matossian (25:08):

Oh, she’s a winner winner. My phone is as old as the Hills Chris says, and that’s why you don’t drop bombs around this young lady.

Kris Rugloski (25:20):

Um,

Sevan Matossian (25:21):

Um, while you fix your camera, I want to say, um, to you that what you have done is pretty amazing. Um, and, and I’d like to get to the bottom of it. You, you, you basically claim that you didn’t even really run until you were 20 you’re, 25 and you won high rocks. You don’t claim to be strong. You kind of fan yourself. Um, I think to be more of an ultra runner, which is like the a hundred mile range, and yet you did this thing called high rocks. My, the community that, um, you’re kind of dipping your toe in, by coming on this podcast is, uh, the CrossFit community. It’s, it’s like almost so many. CrossFiters listen to this show and there’s almost no respect for anyone outside of the community. We think everyone’s just a bunch of, I can’t say it cuz you’re you’re as, as, because you’re a pastor’s daughter, but, but, but, but that community has, has earned the respect of CrossFiters for sure. And it’s where a lot of CrossFiters go, I think, to express their, um, their fitness so that they don’t just sit around the gym like knuckleheads. Oh, look it. How cute Chris Ruski in a dark room, in

Kris Rugloski (26:20):

A dark room. <laugh> <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (26:23):

Caleb, did you do that? Yeah. Money. God, this show’s good.

Mattew Ouza (26:27):

That’s find out I saw it.

Kris Rugloski (26:30):

Um,

Sevan Matossian (26:31):

Pretty guess we’ve ever had on, but you will not be allowed to look at her.

Kris Rugloski (26:35):

<laugh> I did not realize that this was live too, so that’s interesting.

Sevan Matossian (26:39):

Oh, it’s quite the crazy show. <laugh> okay. Sorry. They said one of our guests is trying, one of our listeners is trying to sleep, so I need to lower my voice. Fine.

Kris Rugloski (26:47):

<laugh> um, I’m not sure how to get my camera to work.

Sevan Matossian (26:51):

Um, you wanna try? Uh, I’m seeing if I have any buttons here that I can, I think we only

Kris Rugloski (26:57):

Have says, it says that it’s enabled. I had to switch to the laptop

Sevan Matossian (27:02):

And oh,

Kris Rugloski (27:04):

It says that it’s enabled And I’m not

Sevan Matossian (27:08):

Sure if Joel Sal can figure it out. <laugh> I think his assistant did it. <laugh> yeah, that might,

Kris Rugloski (27:16):

I need an assistant.

Sevan Matossian (27:18):

Are, are your par, are your, are your, are your parents, um, do they homestead in Thailand?

Kris Rugloski (27:24):

Uh, they do not.

Sevan Matossian (27:25):

Did they homestead in the states?

Kris Rugloski (27:27):

Um, they kind of tried, um, we all wanted dogs and my dad was like, um, reluctant to have pets that were not productive. Productive was the big focus. So we had goats and chickens and those were the preferred animals. Um, but we never really made it as far as like home studying.

Sevan Matossian (27:46):

Yeah. That’s how I feel about plants.

Kris Rugloski (27:50):

You bought producted plants.

Sevan Matossian (27:51):

Yeah. Like if you’re not gonna get like, I’m like, I have four Redwood trees on my property and like, I feel like I’m gonna go to hell if I cut them down. That’s why I don’t cut them down. Cuz they’re, they’re kind of like soldiers, but other than that, everything I plant is just fruit trees. I just can’t see like planting trees. Like I, I had some maple trees here and they, they bug me like, what are you doing?

Kris Rugloski (28:11):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (28:12):

What are you doing? I mean, okay. So Say it again.

Kris Rugloski (28:16):

Uh, it says that the camera and microphone is allowed.

Sevan Matossian (28:21):

Okay. We good. First step. What about settings? Are you on a, are you on a Mac?

Kris Rugloski (28:26):

Yes.

Sevan Matossian (28:27):

And do you know, do you know, are you familiar with the settings, that thing in, in your dock and it’s, it looks like a gear. Oh, system preferences. Yes.

Kris Rugloski (28:33):

System preferences.

Sevan Matossian (28:36):

And then don’t hit update now. <laugh> uh,

Kris Rugloski (28:41):

<laugh> displays. No. When display.

Sevan Matossian (28:45):

Mm sound. How about, how about sound? No, not sound, probably not sound. I don’t see a camera, but I don’t see a camera icon

Kris Rugloski (28:54):

Sound is good. Um, I mean it has a little video on the browser and it says that continue allowing it to access it. Um,

Sevan Matossian (29:05):

When you do that, something pops up.

Kris Rugloski (29:07):

Yeah. That’s me stopping the cam.

Sevan Matossian (29:10):

Oh, oh, interesting. Okay. I, maybe we just do it without looking at you. Oh, what a tragedy.

Kris Rugloski (29:16):

I mean, that would work too <laugh> but maybe, uh, I even Googled and Google wasn’t much help. So

Sevan Matossian (29:26):

Beaver, do you have any, um, beaver? Do you have any recommendations for her? Any thoughts?

Caleb Beaver (29:31):

No. It’s kind of the same thing we did this morning with Jr. Um,

Sevan Matossian (29:36):

Success.

Caleb Beaver (29:37):

Hey,

Sevan Matossian (29:38):

And now she’s muted.

Kris Rugloski (29:41):

Okay. There we go. Great.

Sevan Matossian (29:43):

Figure it out. Hey, who, who fixed it for you?

Kris Rugloski (29:45):

This is a borrowed laptop and there was actually a piece of black tape on it for privacy that I was not aware of. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (29:52):

Ladies and gentlemen, 20, 29 minutes into the show and the show starts. Okay. Let’s get down to business here. Um, when you were a child, um, you were born in Scotts.

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