#406 – Live Call In Show

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Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Fucking bam. We’re live. Uh, oh yeah. Oh Caleb. Where are you?

Caleb Beaver (00:07):

I’m at the Coliseum for syndicate

Sevan Matossian (00:09):

In the bathroom?

Caleb Beaver (00:12):

No yet? No.

Sevan Matossian (00:14):

<laugh> locker room,

Caleb Beaver (00:15):

Locker, room,

Sevan Matossian (00:16):

Locker room,

Caleb Beaver (00:18):

Close

Sevan Matossian (00:18):

Location. You are close to a toilet.

Caleb Beaver (00:21):

Extremely.

Sevan Matossian (00:22):

Like if you look like, like if you look up, can you see one?

Caleb Beaver (00:25):

Yeah, literally like 10, 10 feet away.

Sevan Matossian (00:28):

So we might hear someone pissed during the show.

Caleb Beaver (00:30):

Oh, for sure.

Sevan Matossian (00:31):

That’s awesome.

Caleb Beaver (00:33):

Actually. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (00:39):

Okay. So with Chris, uh Rolos um, uh, I don’t know. It was like 15 minutes in and some guy named like Sam Alpine or something. I forget his name, but he said, Hey, cut, cut, cut. Back on the, um, uh, F bombs. Right. I don’t give

Speaker 3 (00:55):

A look. I don’t give

Sevan Matossian (00:58):

A, that was some great advice. And during the show, after he said that I was tripping a little bit, I was like, oh, I wonder if that is, um,

Caleb Beaver (01:06):

Her dad or something

Sevan Matossian (01:08):

<laugh> no, no, no, no. I, I recognize him from the show. I wonder if that’s a, a nervous, uh, I wonder if that’s a nervous, um, like something I do when I’m nervous, I just start dropping more FBOs, nervous. Isn’t the exact right word, cuz I wasn’t nervous. Um, I don’t know what the word is, but I wonder if that’s indicative of some sort of, uh, insecurity, nervousness something. But I, but I, but I wondered that, but I really liked the advice. I think it was solid advice, you know? Hey, uh, can you drop the F bombs? So anyway, thank you Sam. For, and, and that was a great show yesterday.

Sevan Matossian (01:53):

I don’t like it when we have bad shows, we don’t have a lot of bad shows, no bad. We never have a bad show, but there’s shows that are just, I don’t leave pumped. Speaking of pump paper, street, coffee. Thank you. What’s going on Gabe? This is the first cup he sent me. It’s starting to fall apart. All the cups he sent me after this are deeply engrave. This one was a sticker sent in a rush. So that’s, uh, he fixed that right away. Um, you know what I, when, what I, what I, this is a theory I have about that coffee too.

Sevan Matossian (02:26):

It’s strong, but the beans are like those little brown beans and they’re, they’re like all clean and stuff. Like they don’t look like commercial beans. And I think my grinder just grinds, just grabs shit. Loads of ’em. So not only are the beans strong, but like, you know what I mean? Like the automatic grinder, I push the button and it makes a different noise than when you put shit coffee in there, like with the black beans. So I’m also guessing that it grinds more. Is that true? Gabe, am I I on to something C beaver looking solid today. It’s the shirt. Look at a shirt. The, the new politically homeless, uh,

Mattew Ouza (03:00):

Gonna spin. Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Yeah. You getting lots of comments, comments today that workout regimen’s working for him.

Sevan Matossian (03:09):

C beaver,

Caleb Beaver (03:11):

Trey steel workout right there.

Sevan Matossian (03:14):

Uh, it was, it was, it, it, it, wasn’t hard getting up at five this morning, but at about five 30, shit got started getting a little weird. <laugh> do you know what I mean by that?

Mattew Ouza (03:25):

No. You, after a half hour after you’re up, it

Sevan Matossian (03:27):

Got weird. Yeah. Like, like, like I always get up and I’m tired and like the first half hour I’m like, yeah, whatever. Okay. And I’m drinking coffee and I’m like going through my notes. And then at about five 30, I’m like, oh, I don’t really feel like myself. I was like, whoa, I’m not.

Mattew Ouza (03:40):

Do you get nauseous?

Sevan Matossian (03:41):

No, just, I’m just not firing on like all the cylinders. Oh.

Caleb Beaver (03:45):

I used to get like, when I used to have to wake up for, to coach 5:00 AM class, I was up at four every morning and like, I would just get nauseous. Like I just feel like shit

Sevan Matossian (03:54):

Four. When you say nauseous, like in your stomach or in your head?

Caleb Beaver (03:58):

In my stomach, it was like, I was like tired in my head, but like, my gut was just, Ugh.

Sevan Matossian (04:04):

Yeah, my, well, my mind’s not my stomach. Mine’s all in my head. Like I was never into whippets, but kind of like how I imagine, like, you know how they say, like, that’s bad for you like to do those whip it things. Yeah. I kind of like that, like some brain cells are dead. Like just some of just like maybe some of them haven’t woken up yet.

Mattew Ouza (04:24):

<laugh> have you done a whip? It,

Sevan Matossian (04:26):

I mean, I, I did a, I was at a dead show one time and I took the helium from the balloon, the, but other than that, but, but I mean, sometimes I’d be at parties and there’d just be dudes on couches, just getting after it for like two hours.

Mattew Ouza (04:38):

That’s crazy. I saw a guy at Starbucks do whip it one time and I was like, I’m never doing that shit.

Sevan Matossian (04:44):

Have you ever done it? No. Oh, it’s really cool. It’s cool. Cuz it’s over fast too. Uh, Adam, I am not watching, um, the intimate fighter, uh, as much as I’m into the UFC, I can really, I try to only give it my, I dunno. I don’t know how to word this. Exactly. But Saturdays man, like it consumes my Saturdays and I just, I feel like I shouldn’t let it leak out of there and to watch the ultimate fighter, I’d have to, I already give it like all day Saturday to the UFC and I’m happy to do that.

Sevan Matossian (05:13):

It’s um, I found out one of my friends, so I knew some of my Berkeley friends don’t come over. They don’t wanna come over to my house during, they don’t wanna bring their kids over on Saturday nights. Cuz I watch the UFC, which I just find fascinating cuz my kids never watch it. I, I have the same to do it. Yeah. I, I have a dreamland if you’re a child in, in all, in all humility, if you have kids between the ages of three and nine and you know me and you don’t come over to my house, like every day, you’re fucking outta your mind. Yeah. One, I have the three nicest, coolest kids ever who are always nice to other kids and not only nice engage them, play with them and they will elevate your kids. It’s it’s just, I it’s just matter of fact, that’s the way it is.

Sevan Matossian (05:58):

And on top of that, I have a massive playroom juujitsu room. I have a massive garage just, just for kids that’s padded. And then I have a, a backyard that’s completely fenced in with endless stuffed in lizards and, and millions of fruit trees and just it’s going off and it’s fenced in and I have a guard dog in there mm-hmm <affirmative> that just lays around. And if anyone comes in, dog will smash ’em and is great with kids and it follows the kids around, hangs out with the kids and, and you don’t bring your kids over cuz you’re afraid. I mean you’re so you’re so, um,

Mattew Ouza (06:30):

The kids aren’t even in the TV room.

Sevan Matossian (06:31):

I, I, I do understand some of my friends don’t want their kids around me cuz I just swear, like I’m sailor. I get that. I get it. I, I get that. But because we’re watching UFC, it’s just bizarre to me. It’s bizarre. Meanwhile, your kid has an I their own iPad that they’re perusing.

Mattew Ouza (06:47):

Mm

Sevan Matossian (06:48):

Good. Constantly. Yeah. I see. And you feed like, would you rather have your kid be in a house where the UFCs playing or feeding your kid muffins at Starbucks? What are you doing?

Mattew Ouza (06:57):

Yeah. You could work at a restaurant. You could observe some different parenting techniques. If you will. There.

Caleb Beaver (07:04):

I saw somebody the other day I was at a coffee shop and like this woman came in with her kid and just literally sat down, set up the iPad, gave him the big old earmuff headphones and was like, what do you want to eat? And then obviously like toast and jelly. And then the kid just fucking sat there with his massive headphones and chill for two hours.

Sevan Matossian (07:26):

Well, she did, uh, worked on her fans only page, um, or an only fans face. And I’m not, I’m not, not parents who do that. Like if you have, if you, for some reason you have to do that, do what you have to do. But I’m just saying you it’s the same parents who don’t take their kids to martial arts cuz they think it’s gonna make their kids violent. You, you don’t understand, like I’m not gonna get into it now, but you, you are totally, um, not thinking properly if your kids are violent, it’s because you’re not cool. Yeah. Probably

Mattew Ouza (07:54):

Something else going on

Sevan Matossian (07:55):

There. Yeah. It has nothing to do with the fact that you take ’em to jujitsu. Matter of fact, that would be the, if you get your kids into martial arts, the exact opposite will happen.

Mattew Ouza (08:01):

Yeah. I was gonna say, whoever says that has never done a martial art cuz like it’s it literally the exact opposite. Like you go to a class and there’s no way that you’re gonna be violent or aggressive. I mean not no way, but

Sevan Matossian (08:15):

Some guy this morning sent me a bunch of uh, uh, a whole, um, paragraph two paragraph, massive DM talking to me about the benefits of uh, TT games athlete. Mm-hmm <affirmative> oops. Yeah. 38, 38 years old.

Sevan Matossian (08:33):

And uh, and then I went to his Instagram and of course he has a beautiful body. His wife was ridiculous. His wife was ridiculous. I was thinking also about Chris yesterday that I was thinking about just what the perfect girlfriend she’s like the perfect girlfriend. I mean just from the superficial one and a half, two hours, we talked to her mm-hmm <affirmative> but that’s pretty much my wife too. I could just move into like I could just move into a van with my wife, my wife’s. So my wife’s so easy. I was like, oh wow.

Mattew Ouza (09:01):

I imagine that’s what Avi’s first girlfriend will be like

Sevan Matossian (09:03):

I have the cross. No, he we’re gonna I’m he, we, no, he’s gonna probably get some tatted up chick with the nose ring and blue hair. Just,

Mattew Ouza (09:11):

Just the rebel.

Sevan Matossian (09:12):

Yeah, just the fuck you <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (09:16):

Uh, yesterday Matt, Susan and I were, uh, talking and Matt shared this idea with me that I just found absolutely fascinating. It’s probably one of the most true things I’ve I’ve heard in a long time. I hate, I hate to just bash on the left. I, I really don’t like doing it. They’re so the whole racist thing about how racist the left is and the whole DEI thing. I know you guys have heard me talk ad Nam about it. And so I, I won’t go into it, but it’s, it’s truly profound how they, by trying to fight racism actually have created it and force it upon us, force it upon us. Um, but yesterday when I was on the phone with Susan, he was talking to me about the definition of what a dictator is. Do you remember this, Susan? Was this you and I talking about this? Yeah,

Mattew Ouza (10:10):

Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (10:11):

And, and, and, and, and, and, and what was it, what you were telling me about the, the components or one of the elements or, um, signs? Uh, not correlates, but actual, um, elements. If you live in a dictatorship, what, what, what, tell me what they were. Yeah.

Mattew Ouza (10:25):

Well, a lot of people, including my grandfather used to say Trump was a dictator. Right. And,

Sevan Matossian (10:32):

And when you say dictator, I think of a Russian guy who controls everything in the country.

Mattew Ouza (10:36):

Yes. I dunno.

Sevan Matossian (10:36):

I just think that cuz we were raised that way. Oh, okay. Sorry. A ruler with total power over a country. Typically one who has obtained control by force.

Mattew Ouza (10:46):

Yes. Okay.

Sevan Matossian (10:46):

Okay.

Mattew Ouza (10:47):

But the big, but the big thing with that, that’s the literal definition that was just read. But the big thing there is that the whole system works with the dictator. So in communist countries, like if let’s, let’s say we were media and we started having opposing views, we would immediately be shut down. We’d be censored. And in some cases there would be harm brought to us or our families.

Sevan Matossian (11:09):

So a defining characteristic of a dictatorship is the, when the leader has complete control over the media or the media is completely behind them.

Mattew Ouza (11:18):

Yeah. The whole system, the cops, the media, everything has to work in conjunction with the dictator. There cannot be no opposing point of view.

Sevan Matossian (11:28):

People for those people who keep DMing me every day, who are in complete shock that they realize that my account is under restrictions or shadow band. Dude that has been going on for two years. Mm-hmm

Mattew Ouza (11:40):

<affirmative>,

Sevan Matossian (11:41):

There’s tens of thousands of people everywhere who have massive restrictions on their accounts is Trump president right now,

Mattew Ouza (11:50):

Negative.

Sevan Matossian (11:51):

I’ve never seen media. Maybe it’s just, I’ve never been more aware of it. I’ve never seen media like this. The media is completely controlled by one fucking side, except for fucking Fox.

Mattew Ouza (12:01):

Yeah. One narrative

Sevan Matossian (12:03):

And, and half the people I know who watch Fox think that it’s a CYOP and that it’s controlled by the same people who it’s like control CNN. It’s like soft.

Mattew Ouza (12:09):

They don’t really, they don’t really push against it.

Sevan Matossian (12:12):

I’ve had a, I’ve had a dozen guests on, in the, in the last couple months who say, we can’t talk about, um, the election being rigged.

Mattew Ouza (12:19):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (12:20):

Or about the movie 2000 mules. That means, do you guys understand what Suzi just says? That means that the dictatorship is now. That is the one of the core components of a dictatorship. Yeah. Is that the, the leader has to be in cahoots,

Sevan Matossian (12:34):

Cahoots, hoots, hoots.

Sevan Matossian (12:38):

I didn’t do my voice exercises this morning. No cahoots has to be in cahoots with the media. And that’s exactly what we’re in right now. And guess who the media hated? I saw something 54% of the stories on Fox were negative about Trump when he was in office.

Mattew Ouza (12:53):

Yeah. Did you see them bringing it back too now? Because mid with the midterm elections coming up and everything else, they’re calling it. The ultra Maga.

Sevan Matossian (13:02):

Oh, that that’s what CNN’s calling

Mattew Ouza (13:03):

It. No, that’s what, that’s what Biden’s calling it.

Sevan Matossian (13:06):

Oh no.

Mattew Ouza (13:06):

You refer to it multiple times. Like there’s this big movement, the ultra Maga. And we can’t let the ultra Maga take any ground. Don’t listen to their point of views.

Sevan Matossian (13:17):

Don’t it? It’s truly unbelievable. As soon as you told me that yesterday, I was like, holy shit. We really, truly are. And, and we’re living in an insane dictatorship. I wanna apologize to China right now. Okay. I wanna apologize to you for, I mean, your country is fucked up and your leader is a complete mag goof. You guys should be terrified, but I, but I, but I probably just point fingers over there because our shit’s so sideways. I don’t want to acknowledge it.

Mattew Ouza (13:48):

I mean, well, if you look at the different things that they’re doing, um, other than obviously the dictatorship and the communism, some of ’em are really like what they do with their social media. So their algorithm will up play education, science, different things like that to make those people influencers and a algorithm will downplay, you know, people that would just show themselves half naked or different things that offer no value.

Sevan Matossian (14:13):

Who, who does that?

Mattew Ouza (14:14):

China with their TikTok.

Sevan Matossian (14:15):

Oh, oh right. Really? They have a different algorithm than us too. Oh

Mattew Ouza (14:18):

Fuck. Yeah. Yeah. So none of the kids are watching these dancing things. They’ll downplay it, the algorithm downplays all that. And if somebody that’s doing educational or if it’s math or if it’s science or something like that, the algorithm that will up play that. So they control who their influencers are. I mean, just,

Sevan Matossian (14:32):

I don’t, I don’t even have TikTok on my phone. I don’t have that app.

Mattew Ouza (14:35):

Well, the algorithm would be different if you did it, you would have girls in bikinis dancing around.

Sevan Matossian (14:40):

I think that’s a song girls in bikinis. Mm.

Mattew Ouza (14:45):

But yeah. That’s why I think it’s funny because it’s, it always starts with, with good intentions, right? They wanna, they wanna censor some information. So that way it doesn’t scare people off for certain medical choices. And then slowly the rope gets let out more. Well, now we have to do it because there’s the ultra Maga and we don’t want those ideologies to spread. And then soon it becomes more and more and more information. And pretty soon there’s a complete stranglehold on what could be said and what can’t be said. And you’re like, how did we get to this place? But it all started nice and slowly,

Sevan Matossian (15:17):

Kayla, where did you get that shirt?

Caleb Beaver (15:20):

I’ll show you

Sevan Matossian (15:22):

Nice. And slowly like this, uh, Alan Kester bomb, uh, you, that sounds like a Jew name being Hispanic. I don’t know, buddy Jew, Hispanic Venezuelan Jew, like Steph Cohen, uh, being Hispanic. I always thought Trump was a racist. Understood. And then step on opened my eyes. I now get triggered when people start talking shit about Trump. I know it’s crazy, right. By the way. So that is the final. That was the final straw for me. Ha I had a shitload of family members over and they were talking shit about how Trump was racist towards, uh, Mexicans. And so I went and looked up the transcripts of what he was saying. And he was saying that Mexico is sending over its worst people. And I was like, wait a second. That’s not racist. All of a sudden everything started like all sorts of things started opening up for me. Like when I go to Livermore, all the that’s, the town SU lives in everyone looks the same to me, those people. How was that? Like, do you remember that joke? That was like the big joke in the eighties in sitcoms, like some white person would be in a room full of black people and be like those people and all the black people are like,

Mattew Ouza (16:23):

What do you mean by those? Oh

Sevan Matossian (16:25):

Yeah. Like, dude, shut up. Like,

Caleb Beaver (16:27):

Do you ever watch airplane?

Mattew Ouza (16:29):

Yes.

Sevan Matossian (16:30):

Not in a long time.

Caleb Beaver (16:32):

There’s something like that in that movie. It’s so fucking funny. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (16:37):

Uh, so, so I think that’s a really, really strong, uh, I don’t think it’s, I wanna say it’s not just a correlate. I wanna say it’s a component of a dictatorship. It’s the most

Mattew Ouza (16:46):

Important one. The system has to work for you. You have to be able to control all of it. So that way there’s no opposing views.

Sevan Matossian (16:56):

Cause because you, cuz you have to be in control

Mattew Ouza (16:58):

Of course. Cause otherwise people would start to do what, what you did, which is like, huh? Let me research this actually

Sevan Matossian (17:04):

Shithole countries. Yeah. That’s another great one. That’s another great one. Hey it’s just like the thing, it’s just like the thing don’t get me. Uh, who cares if he said that may, if you don’t think it’s a classy thing for our present to say sure. But there’s nothing racist to that. There’s tons of shithole countries. I’ve been to them. It sucks. I made a movie about disabled adults at it won 30 film festivals. It was huge. It’s on it’s somewhere on YouTube. I think it’s called our house. Yep. And when I made the movie, I had lived with these mentally disabled adults. There were eight of them in the house. And when I made the movie, um, uh, um, uh, shit, what’s the name of the, the, the government, not the CDC, but with, but within the state, there’s a, an organization, a regional center and a group, uh, child protective services, CPS. No there’s some organization in the state, big organization gets a shitload of money, shitload of bureaucracy. And they basically manage all of the money that trickles down to mentally disabled people or people of needs. Right. That organization from the state saw the movie and they, they came to the house and they started auditing the house and they were like, and they, and they came at me really hard and they tried shutting the house down and they started saying that, um, I’ve depicted mentally disabled people and a horrible light. And do you wanna know what happened? Oh, there it is. Yeah. There it

Mattew Ouza (18:32):

Is

Sevan Matossian (18:33):

In 2000. <inaudible> me. Yeah. The parents of these adults all stepped forward for me. I didn’t even ask them. And the state was like, this is a horrible depiction of, of mentally disable adults. And you know what the parents said, no, this is actually a perfect depiction of our children and our loved ones. Yep. And it sucks being mentally disabled and this guy fucking finally captured it. It’s not a fucking fun life. It’s fucking hard. Knowing, having awareness that you’re mentally disabled, very hard, but they didn’t like the depiction who cares? It’s honest.

Mattew Ouza (19:11):

Mm-hmm

Sevan Matossian (19:12):

<affirmative> if you think it’s racist that someone says Mexico is sending its rapist over to us. Do you know what? You know what that means? Right? It means you’re racist. You’re a liar. You’re uncomfortable with it. Okay. Uh, um, this is what it’s like when I have male guests on the show. Sorry, this one’s not numbered. Did I send the notes to you? Caleb? That’s how early it was this morning. I don’t even,

Mattew Ouza (19:38):

They were early. That was a five 30 dictatorship.

Sevan Matossian (19:43):

That was so good. When you shared that with me yesterday. I really like that. Yeah.

Mattew Ouza (19:46):

Well I hope it just opens people’s eyes to just not cuz sometimes we get so caught up in our labels and the tribalism of everything left. Right. Conservative, Democrat. That it’s really important that you just take a step back from all of it and just say like what, what are the mechanisms in play here? Like just become an observer. Don’t become participant. And then you’ll be surprised at what you kind of find in that journey. There.

Sevan Matossian (20:09):

You need to remind me that every day.

Mattew Ouza (20:12):

Be an observer. Not yeah,

Sevan Matossian (20:13):

Stop participating. I start participating, uh, ever seen a grown man. I bathed many, a naked grown man and I took fucking pride in it. But did you call them a bunch of retards? No,

Mattew Ouza (20:25):

But there is a

Sevan Matossian (20:26):

Scene, but, but there is a scene in there where they yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Mattew Ouza (20:30):

Just go watch it. You guys, you guys will not be this point. I watched it just when I stumbled upon it and I was like, I’ll watch a few minutes of this. And I got, I got sucked in. I watched the whole entire thing.

Sevan Matossian (20:39):

It’s like 90, but I can call them retards. Cuz I, I lived on the driveway in my car. I was one of them. I hung out in the hood so I can use R word Playa. Uh, how old do you have to be under that house? I don’t know. 18. I I, we at least 18 at least 18 Kayla what’s going on. What’s

Mattew Ouza (20:58):

<laugh> I dunno finding

Sevan Matossian (21:00):

That. Oh, it’s at the very, very top. This is what it’s not numbered. It’s at the very top right below, uh, parents quote t-shirt talk, email newsletter. Oh email newsletter guys signed up for the email. Yeah.

Mattew Ouza (21:12):

We gotta start pushing that. There’s some great stuff coming

Sevan Matossian (21:14):

Through there. You guys are missing out. Uh, because we’re politically homeless SU Yeah. Like that. You don’t see it right at the very top. It’s at the very, very top.

Mattew Ouza (21:24):

Oh. And Kayla doesn’t have a second screen either. So it makes it even harder. Cuz then we have to

Sevan Matossian (21:28):

Probably go away. Hold on, hold on. Or maybe I added it before I sent it to him about that SU I’m sent it.

Mattew Ouza (21:35):

I’m not saying it at

Sevan Matossian (21:35):

All. How about private chat? That means I screwed you. That’s all. That’s gotta be my fault. What do you think about, oh yeah, this is, this is fantastic.

Speaker 6 (21:52):

When they get together, the conflict really is who gets to be the male. So they do. What’s called penis fencing. They approach each other. They rear up, that’s an indication, both are ready to breed. But when they rear, they both have an erect penis. And this is a penis that has a weary on its tip. Each tries to IPA the other one and not get, uh, inseminated by the other. This is the worst game of tag I’ve ever heard. S are called simultaneous from Aphrodites they’re male and female at the same time. And when they get together, the conflict really is who gets to be the male. So they do. What’s called P

Sevan Matossian (22:33):

Penis fencing.

Mattew Ouza (22:36):

Oh boy.

Sevan Matossian (22:37):

Penis fencing. That’s incredible. If, if anyone wants to come over to my house and do some penis fencing,

Mattew Ouza (22:42):

Have we call it swords,

Sevan Matossian (22:44):

Try anything. Once penis fencing. Those are beautiful creatures. Right? Flatworms. Hi Jody. Good morning.

Speaker 7 (22:51):

Good morning.

Sevan Matossian (22:54):

I’m sorry.

Speaker 7 (22:55):

Uhoh how are you guys?

Sevan Matossian (22:56):

I’m living the dream.

Mattew Ouza (22:58):

Wonderful.

Speaker 7 (22:59):

Of course. Of course I saw our house. That was very good.

Sevan Matossian (23:04):

Oh, thank you. Thank you.

Speaker 7 (23:06):

You think it? I thought it was a good, honest, honest depiction of mental health for sure.

Sevan Matossian (23:10):

Yeah. Tough. Right? Tough, tough, tough. One of those cats in that movie got in a motorcycle accident. Ended up like that.

Mattew Ouza (23:17):

Oh shit.

Speaker 7 (23:18):

One in the wheelchair.

Sevan Matossian (23:20):

No, uh, actually I haven’t seen, I shouldn’t speak, I haven’t seen the movie in 25 years. When did you watch it?

Speaker 7 (23:27):

Um, within the last few months.

Sevan Matossian (23:28):

Yeah. Maybe that, now that I think about it, maybe that guy didn’t make it in the film. Oh my goodness. Someone has a picture of my, of me for their avatar. Those penis Spencers are so sexist. They both want to be the man. I agree. No one wants to be, no one wants to be the woman that, that those are some sexist fish. Now that I think about it.

Mattew Ouza (23:49):

Mm <laugh> sexist

Sevan Matossian (23:52):

Fish. Wow. I don’t think anyone really wants to be inseminated. Everyone just wants to <laugh> everyone wants to do it, but no one wants to, I don’t know.

Mattew Ouza (24:06):

Hmm.

Sevan Matossian (24:06):

Jody, do you have kids?

Speaker 7 (24:09):

Two,

Sevan Matossian (24:10):

Two. And that’s right. And did you enjoy being pregnant?

Speaker 7 (24:13):

Loved it. Yeah, my, I wish I hadn’t.

Sevan Matossian (24:17):

I think my,

Speaker 7 (24:17):

I wish I, sorry. I was very practiced.

Sevan Matossian (24:21):

Sorry. That was my fault. I cut you off. My, my, my wife, uh, my wife enjoyed it too. And I, and she would even if when it got hard at times with the twins, she would actually talk to herself and be like, Hey, you gotta figure out a way to enjoy this cuz this isn’t gonna happen again. So like she would do her best to make the best of every Mo moment of it. Yeah.

Speaker 7 (24:40):

Oh, I loved it. It was nice.

Sevan Matossian (24:42):

It’s cool. It’s amazing. How proud women get to their bodies when they’re pregnant too.

Speaker 7 (24:47):

It was awesome. Yeah. It was very, and to see the women who work out pregnant now I was behind the time sex. Then I didn’t do too much, but I did enjoy it

Sevan Matossian (24:59):

Last night. The lady we, the lady we had on who won high rock, she said that one of her competitors was eight months pregnant.

Mattew Ouza (25:08):

<laugh>

Speaker 7 (25:09):

Why.

Sevan Matossian (25:11):

And it was the former champ from the previous year.

Mattew Ouza (25:14):

<laugh>

Speaker 7 (25:16):

It’s I had to, I had to stop. I was listening to that this morning and I had to stop it midway to, to get into this one.

Sevan Matossian (25:25):

You’re good. Smart move.

Speaker 7 (25:27):

Chasing your podcast.

Sevan Matossian (25:29):

Oh my goodness. Mr. Olson. Thank you so much, brother. Thank you so much. Uh, means a lot. Um, what else she said about this lady? Who, who did, uh, um, high rocks at eight months pregnant, uh, eight months prior to that or seven months prior to that she competed against this same woman in some sort of crazy Spartan, like the, like the hardcore Spartan race, the one that’s like for the elite level and uh, oh, we have a special guest coming on the show this morning. Wow. Okay. Just got nervous. <laugh> uh,

Speaker 7 (26:07):

Uh, the whole process philosophy is like, you don’t know what your body can do until you can, until you do it. Yeah. I hope that lady lady’s proving.

Sevan Matossian (26:16):

Yeah. When she told me that, I just imagine this lady only does two things. She’s either running or she’s resting. And whenever she rests, her husband jumps on her and nails her. But other than that, she’s just tra that’s like, he knows she’s either training for Spartan or high rocks or she’s sleeping. And that’s when he, he gets her pregnant. I just, just imagine, I just imagine, oh, I’m so tired. I can’t run anymore. Oh, no problem, honey. Lay down over here. Gotcha. <laugh> yeah. <laugh> uh, um, Jody, is there anything specific? I wanna try to get through some stuff today. I don’t mean to rush you, but is there anything specific and now you’re getting a little nervous about our guests coming on. I’m getting a little nervous

Speaker 7 (26:54):

I’m during your, um, behind the scenes. The funniest thing I ever saw on behind the scenes was when you’re talking to Kalifa and phoning and they’re like watching all these people warm up and they’re like, I don’t know. They’re all warming up. We’re not warming up. Do you remember that?

Sevan Matossian (27:12):

I don’t.

Mattew Ouza (27:13):

Was it in the two 14, uh, open announcement. Oh wait or no,

Speaker 7 (27:21):

No. It was in the, it was underneath the, uh, stadium and Kafa and phoning are just kinda looking at people. Like, I don’t know. They’re all warming up. We’re ready. Let’s go.

Sevan Matossian (27:32):

It’s

Speaker 7 (27:32):

Really?

Sevan Matossian (27:33):

And phoning probably one

Mattew Ouza (27:35):

<laugh>.

Speaker 7 (27:36):

Oh, yeah. Mean it had to be like what? 13 or 14 if was

Sevan Matossian (27:41):

In there. I want you to close your eyes. Are you driving? No. And I want you to, I want you to close your eyes. Miss Jody. Oh, not you Caleb. Oh, you can too fine, Caleb too.

Mattew Ouza (27:52):

He wants to do the exercise.

Sevan Matossian (27:54):

Close your eyes. And I want you just to picture rich phoning. Can you picture him? Mm-hmm

Mattew Ouza (27:59):

<affirmative> sure.

Sevan Matossian (28:01):

And maybe, maybe just so it’s not, it’s not weird. Let’s picture Angelo next to him. So it’s not like just us alone with rich in our head. Let’s have, uh, Angelo there as a, um, chap or chaperone as a chaperone. Oh,

Speaker 7 (28:13):

All right.

Sevan Matossian (28:14):

Let’s try to summon them. Okay. Maybe they’ll call in. Maybe Angelo and rich will call in in a few minutes. We’ll see if our manifestation powers worked. Thank you for calling this morning.

Speaker 7 (28:24):

Yeah. Hey, you guys take care. Have a great weekend.

Sevan Matossian (28:26):

Okay.

Mattew Ouza (28:27):

Bye. You too, Jody. Thanks. When you said pitcher, bitch phoning. The first thing I thought of was like, like this portion of just his torso. Perfect. Perfect shoulders. Am I gonna go beard or no beard

Sevan Matossian (28:41):

In mind he was carrying a gun in mind. He was carrying a shotgun. It’s a very manly depiction of uh, Mr. PHY. Uh, okay. So we did the, um, we did the, the, the flat worms that, um, just two dudes. Can you imagine that it’s just two dudes with a Dick and whoever gets stuck is the one that gets the baby <laugh> oh God. Oh my goodness. Um, I, I wanted to, uh, one of the things I wanted to talk about in today’s show, uh, subject that, um, uh, when, when Susan and I were down in Newport, um, meeting with, uh, California hormones, we went to a birthday party there kid’s yes, Newport. We went to a kid’s birthday party there. Maybe I should put my nose up Newport

Sevan Matossian (29:32):

And, uh, and <affirmative> and, uh, and, and we were, we were at a kid’s birthday party there, and this man shows up and he’s got a daughter with him. And, and, and, and I, at some point, I want to tell that story, but I think we’re gonna have a call soon. So let’s get through some of these other things. And Susan and I had a blast talking about it, about him and his daughter and the way they behaved, um, put that subject on hold. Yes. Can we go to number one? Um, I don’t know if this is true, but this is how I live my life.

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