#468 – Live Call In Show

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Bam we’re live. You deserve better. You deserve better. Fuck trying to tell myself to act cool, but I am not cool. What’s up Bruce? What’s up? Heidi, Trevor. Bam. We’re live. Yes, we are. We are personal accountability, personal responsibility, personal accountability, personal responsibility. Uh, guests didn’t show up this morning perfectly. Okay. Uh, it doesn’t happen very often. I don’t know how many shows we’re in 400, 500, 600. Uh, it’s happened five or six times. It’s cool. Cause I always have a live calling show ready to go.

Sevan Matossian (01:02):

Uh, but I had some trouble with stream yard this morning and I started losing my shit. The thing is, is I, I have this like protocol. Um, that’s like almost to the minute. So I wake up at 6:00 AM and I minute by minute, there’s like this routine that I go in for the hour prior to the show up until 6 59. And then at seven o’clock I’m ready to go. But like, everything has happened in this order. What do I mean by that? Like how, what time I make my coffee? When I pour my coffee, when I put my heavy cream in, when I print out my notes, when I sit down, when I turn the light on all that shit, there’s like this order to it, like I’m autistic. And when that shit gets tweaked, I get tweaked. So it’s not, doesn’t make me very flexible. It’s good. It’s good. Right? Good practice. It’s crazy too. I must have some like psychological, uh, problem, cuz I always feel it right in my lower back. Right in my fucking lower back starts to get all like weird and shit.

Sevan Matossian (02:10):

Good morning. You know what I was thinking today? Oh, I was gonna have the grand I had, I was gonna have the Grandy twins father on again, cuz I only got to talk to him for like an hour. And uh, and uh, he said he had a family emergency, which made me think this if you’re my friend and, and I think most of my friends know this. You never ever, and, and I’m not accusing this guy of doing that by the way. I’m just, it just, it just inspired me to share this with you guys. If, if let’s say we had a date to go to the theater, let’s say, let’s say I was gonna swing by your house. We’re gonna go see Fiddler on the roof or something and like swing by your pad. And you’re like, Hey, I don’t want to go. That’s enough for me. Like I might be hurt, but I won’t blame you. I won’t be like that asshole. Like you never, ever have to lie. You never have to say there’s a family emergency or oh, my tooth hurts or I’m always, always, always, always uh, oh yeah. I was late today. I had some technical difficulties. I’m always open.

Sevan Matossian (03:07):

I wanna be super duper, low maintenance friend. I’m always open to, uh, you, uh, just giving it to me how it is. And I believe in, I believe in, uh, confidentiality too. I think my good friends know that. That’s why, that’s why it’s so it’s so fun fighting with me. If, if, if you fight with me, it’s like stays between us. So there’s that. But I ne but I never need excuses. Like my kid’s sick or we don’t feel good or the tires flat or my mom’s in town, you can be like, Hey, I’m just not coming over for the fights tonight. And, and I’m good to go. I’m good to go. And I think I have that relationship with my friends, but it’s good. It it’s really good to, if you want to have good relationships to, to not put pressure on the relationships, let people off the hook, let them off the hook as you guys know I am.

Sevan Matossian (03:58):

Uh pro-choice but I can still think clearly I still, um, suspect that, uh, terminating a pregnancy is, uh, killing a baby. And for some reason, a lot of people can’t, um, um, on the left can’t do that. It, it sucks cause I’m on this team full of morons, right? Like 99% of the people on my team are, are they’re dumber than morons. They’re in denial. Maybe they’re not morons. Maybe they’re just super duper in denial and it, and it’s, it’s frustrating. Like I think the reason why they don’t wanna admit it’s killing babies is they think that that would go one step backwards like that, that, that would, uh, expose them to losing what they want, which is uh, no laws on women’s bodies. The thing is, is that there are laws on women’s bodies there. So I mean there’s tons of laws on women’s bodies.

Sevan Matossian (04:53):

You can’t have sex with a woman until she’s 18. That that’s one. You can’t, you can’t shoot yourself up with heroin. That’s another one, you know, there, there already are laws on women’s bodies on, on, on everyone’s bodies. But, but I still don’t like it. I don’t want, I don’t want any law. I don’t want any laws on women’s bodies, but I don’t want any, I don’t want any lying either. And I, and I think I, I think I live a, a happy life in an exciting life and a super duper energized life. What do I mean by energized? I, I just always have energy even when I’m standing still, even when I’m sleeping, I feel just so fucking good. And I think the reason why is, is just because it’s just, it’s just, uh, uh, honesty and continuity. And I’ll give you an example of what I mean by continuity and everyone can have this. It’s so easy. There’s these people I’m, I’m not following, following that Aldy situation very closely.

Sevan Matossian (05:48):

And, um, I’m not following that Aldy situation very closely, but basically from just the, the gist I see of it, there were some, a shooter went into a school, shot up some kids, and there were some police officers outside and people are complaining that, uh, the police officers didn’t rush in. That’s all I know. And I was thinking about that. If you’re upset that the police officers didn’t rush in, let’s say that these police officers are men and women who have three or four kids at home that have a wife that have a mother and a father that have four or five siblings. Let’s say it’s a big family. And now you expect them to rush in, right?

Sevan Matossian (06:29):

You expect them to rush in to save your child. I get that. I get that. You want that you paid your taxes. They signed up to do that. I totally get that. I totally get that. But now you wanna make it okay to kill a child in a woman’s stomach, 40 million of ’em since 1970, you expect these police officers to protect your children and yet, and you blame them when they don’t. And yet you’re willing to kill a child in a, in a mother’s womb because it’s your right. There’s an inconsistency there that will just drain you of all your energy, especially if you’re in denial. It’s okay. If there’s that inconsistency and you look at it and you’re logical about it. And you’re like, yeah, I’m an asshole. I want my cake and I wanna eat it too. But Stevon those cops signed up for that job. They knew in advance. First of all, it doesn’t matter. That’s a moot point. That’s, that’s a false logic. But if I want to go down that road and fuck with you, well, you sat on the cock and got pregnant. That was your choice too.

Sevan Matossian (07:35):

You put the cock in the vagina. That was your choice too. It’s amazing. What things that people think that they can change direction on? I don’t know if it’s anorexic or, uh, bulimic or what, but one of those, one of those cats, they eat food and then throw it up, right? You eat your food and then you’re like, ah, shit, I’m gonna get fat. And then you fucking vomit it up. Fucks your teeth up bad for your digestive system. Just bad for you. Right? Nancy Pelosi’s husband recently driving drunk gets in a car accident. Uh, he, he, he probably wishes he wouldn’t have done that. Can’t really unfuck that I can’t go back on that, but can like hire lawyers and shit and try to try to fix it. It’s like people, people want to go back on stuff that, uh, thank you. Yahi bulimia people wanna go back on stuff.

Sevan Matossian (08:25):

You, you fuck. Without a condom, you have intercourse. You make love, you ejaculate inside of a woman. You, you, you, you participate in, in shenanigans at the Y and, uh, uh, uh, um, uh, you, you, you, you, you tussle with the, the, the, the, the one I’d, uh, what is it? The one eyed? I know the penis has a good slang word. The one eyed, pickle, you, you tusle with the one eyed, pickle, and, and you and you. So then a baby’s born, the, the, the stuff comes out. The baby batter comes out of the one eye pickle enters into the woman’s body travels around finds, uh, uh, the egg fertilizes, the egg, and the child begins to grow. And now you want to go backwards on it. You want to be a bulimic, I guess just, it’s just interesting. We live in this world of just like reversing stuff. When I, when I, when I monster Andrew Hiller says, when I Willie, um, I think what do, who do you think, who do you think, who do you think handles these shows better? When I, when I have Andrew Hiller on or hunter McIntyre who handles the transgender, uh, abortion, uh, talk better. Uh, hi. Hi. How are you? You there? Yeah, I’m here. Mr. Reno. How can I help? It’s Lawrence it’s Lawrence. Oh, Mr. Lawrence. Hi. Good morning.

Guest Speaker (09:57):

It’s the one on yogurt Slinger.

Sevan Matossian (10:00):

The one I yogurt. Thank you. You’re welcome. Have a good day the bit. Thank you. Thank you, Mr. Lawrence calls in, he was probably just training for a triathlon or something. Yogurt, Slinger, uh, hunter, you think, I think Andrew handled it better. You know, the, the thing with, um, uh, hunter is that we both have, he has a little bit of more I’m scattershot. Like I like to have five or six things going at once and hunter can do like five to 10. And although, um, uh, uh, Andrew is more than accommodating and letting me just go in 12 different directions at once. He, I think he stays a little more narrow, not quite as narrow as Brian, but more narrow. And so I just, I think I, I, I don’t know. What did you guys think about the, uh, Nancy Pelosi thing yesterday? Pushing that child? I’m totally open to someone being like, Hey, Savon, that’s not a big deal, then I’m gonna ask you, do you have kids? Is there anyone out there who has kids? Who’s like, ah, it’s, it’s not a big deal. I know one person, I did gardening with her yesterday for eight hours. She didn’t think it was a big deal. I gardened yesterday with my mom for eight hours. Do you know how lucky I am?

Sevan Matossian (11:17):

It’s like a dream for me back there drinking sparkling waters with my mom. Two years of fasting for 36 hours. Can you guys believe that? I can’t believe it. I can’t believe it. Yeah. Something is wrong with her, Bruce. I usually don’t like that kind of name calling, but something something’s definitely wrong with her. Hey, does she become president? If, if, if, if, if something were to happen to Biden and Kamala, is that, is she third in line? Should I look that up? Uh, NA what, what would I look up? Nancy Pelosi? Um, Nancy Pelosi. Third. I bet you have Colin Lawrence. We’re still on the phone. He’d know Nancy Pelosi. Uh, third. She has five kids. Third in line to be president. Let’s see, uh, presidential line of succession, um, after being elected speaker of the house on Thursday afternoon, top Democrat. Uh, yeah. Okay. So, so yeah, she’s, she’s, uh, second in line after the vice president, man. Can you imagine that? Check out our lineup, Joe Biden, who, who, if his family loved him? I think I, we decided the other day they would, um, they, they would, they would pull him then Kamala Harris, trippy, trippy cat woke as fuck. Can’t think zero depth, at least the way she presents to us.

Sevan Matossian (12:48):

And then, and then Nancy pulls, Nancy looks drunk most time. Yeah, I know. I wonder if that’s true. She, does you think that’s just name calling or she really is drunk. I, um, I got, there’s a couple haters in my Instagram that I entertain. Uh, and I do that for Mo mostly for stimulation. So I don’t live in echo chamber and that I, um, get new, uh, get new material from, and I posted this thing this morning, talking about how now people who have both shots, um, are now, uh, getting vaccine, uh, COVID at a higher rate than people who have no shots. And, uh, it’s at a, it’s at a slightly higher rate, but you got the vaccine. And I posted that and someone in my comments responded someone in my DMS, like a hardcore hater, like, and what’s cool is some of my hardcore haters really know how to fight.

Sevan Matossian (13:40):

Like we fight in there and it’s cool. It’s like, it’s cool fighting. Like we’re friends. I’ll be like, oh, nice to see you again, asshole. And he’ll be like, you too, let’s do this. And then like, we start fighting. And, um, uh, and, and, and if they attack me personally, every once in a while, they’ll they’ll start like attacking me, like personally by personally. I mean, I don’t mind, like you’re a fucking idiot or, or of course you think that you, you fucking Trump cock sucking fuck. Or, and I don’t talk to that, but they’ll say stuff that I think crosses the line, then I just tap out. Then I, I just wait. I give the, the fight a week. You know what I mean? Like I just write back. Okay. And then, and then we start again. We start fighting again. But anyway, this guy was, this guy responds, Hey, you didn’t read the article, you jackass.

Sevan Matossian (14:28):

Uh, the third in the third line, or the third booster actually gives you more. The third shot actually gives you more protection than people who are unvaccinated. And he, and he, and, and, and I, I just like that because that he thinks he won the argument because dude, the, the first two don’t work, but you have to get the third one. You should have read that part. You idiot. And I’m like, oh, I see, yes, I will get all three. Thank you. I just like, uh, you know what happens next month? Right? If the first two don’t work and they told us for two years, they work.

Sevan Matossian (15:06):

And then we know, we know the first two don’t work because the, the, the, I, I posted on my Instagram about six months ago, the CEO of Pfizer said that they don’t work. He said, if they work at all those words, his exact words verbatim, but now they want you to get a third one, because that’s the one that works, dude, dude, I promise you, honey, I’ll stop hitting. You just stay married to me for one more year. I promise I’ll stop hitting you. How many times do you need to be bit by a dog before you’re like that dog bites?

Sevan Matossian (15:38):

It’s just amazing. But, but, but that’s why I do that. That’s why I entertain the haters. I I’ll give you another one. There’s another guy he’s. So anti-cop anytime a cop does anything that he perceives as bad, which, and, and we disagree on what, what a police officer does is bad more than half the time. Um, he, he sends it to me, but with no thought of the scale of the cure causing more damage than the problem. So what do I mean by that? And I’ve told you guys this a million times, I apologize for preaching to the choir, but if you, if that year, whatever year, it was 2019, 2020, that those 12 melanated men, unarmed men, black skinned men were killed by police officers unarmed. And it caused the country to go into this uprising. Along with the, the George Floyd, the fentanyl driving meth, using alcohol intoxicated gun, pointing onto a woman’s stomach guy, um, uh, died under the knee of a police officer.

Sevan Matossian (16:37):

The, the response to that has led to a 34% increase in men with melanated skin in their murders and their homicides. That’s what the effect was two years later because of the BA and, and I’m, and I’m, I’m, I know I’m simplifying George Floyd in the 12 on arm men, but you get my point. That’s not good. That’s not a good trade off. That’s not a good trade off that wasn’t good, unless, unless, and I’m, unless, and I’m open to this, unless you want to argue that that’s just part of the process to get to healing.

Sevan Matossian (17:19):

But man, it would be hard to convince me of that, but I’m open to it. I’m totally open to it. Yeah. Floyd 19. It’s exactly right. So for those of you don’t know, Greg Glassman posted Floyd 19, uh, and, and, and the reference to that was, I think it was the Imperial college, but, but I don’t remember what the exact college was, but a college out there gave us guidelines for how to deal with COVID. Those guidelines turned out to be a, an enormous disaster. Millions of people are gonna die for the next fucking hundred years because of those guidelines. What do you mean millions of people are gonna die for the next a hundred years? Cuz of those guidelines, they on well, suicide rates are gonna be higher than they’ve ever been for the next a hundred years. And we’ve already seen that. Well, why is that?

Sevan Matossian (17:56):

How can you say that? Well, we quarantine people when you never are supposed to quarantine healthy people, which led to tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, if not millions of lot dead, dead for the elderly, but we’re now also seeing that when you, you should not mask kids for the first three years of their life, it leads to the creation of psychopaths freaks, uh, people with anxiety, uh, uh, the, the average American, the leading cause of death in this country is chronic disease, which is the, the leading indicator of that is the, um, consumption of, uh, an addiction to refined carbohydrates and the, what we’ve done over the last two years to try to attack COVID 19, um, led to the average American putting on 29 pounds. So, so I, so I, so I, I rest my case there. So that was, that was a disaster and those so same people wanted to give us guidelines on how to deal with racism in the United States. And, and it’s a disaster. So Greg Glassman was right and guess who is wrong? Catcher and David’s doer, but it doesn’t matter cuz she was out then and she’s out now

Sevan Matossian (19:03):

By the way, catcher. I, I I’m ready to have you on the show. Hello caller.

Sevan Matossian (19:09):

Hello, Simonon.

Sevan Matossian (19:10):

Hi. How are you? Can you hear me? I can

Sevan Matossian (19:12):

Good. I, I didn’t uh, why not? You identify myself just because I still have some family and law enforcement. So I just wanted speak up on our behalf a little bit.

Sevan Matossian (19:21):

Okay. Thank you.

Sevan Matossian (19:23):

So, uh, as far as in Texas went a couple things. It’s hard to really judge how they handled that cuz we don’t have all the facts. So I don’t really wanna speak on that. Other than if myself and a couple others were there and we had a command officer that was not on scene to us, one thing and the actions in front of us were different. I think we would formulate a plan and act at not really worrying about the fallout. These kids were possibly at risk in teachers.

Sevan Matossian (19:51):

You’re saying if that makes sense. Are you saying if or you were there?

Sevan Matossian (19:56):

If I was there. Oh, okay. So like, meaning I’ve been through a ton of tactical training regarding uh, active shooter, uh, mass casualty incidents, that type of thing. Yeah. And I, you still have to live with yourself at the end of the day on the actions that you made and you’re gonna be really, uh, evaluated for what you did if it was good or bad, right? Yeah. Super hard.

Sevan Matossian (20:18):


Sevan Matossian (20:19):

And myself, if I was in that position with a couple of others that I felt comfortable going in with and the facts of hand were, something was so active and we could get to the perpetrator and at least lock them down. Yeah. That’s the way we would handle that. And just the facts that I have from an outsider looking in and the second piece to this, it’s really hard. All the people that, that pass a lot of judgment on law enforcement currently is all to defunding the police stuff that came through. Uh, so the militarization of law enforcement. So they’re pulling all this money away from all the tactical training and all the gear that would protect people from these incidents. So eventually you’re gonna have a less trained officer unless they seek training outside of the normal scope of law enforcement. Does that make sense?

Sevan Matossian (21:05):

A hundred percent. Here’s the, I see that I see that’s a place to argue about it or to talk about it or to just discuss it and understand it, my feeling and I, and I would argue to you that it’s, it’s bigger picture is how can these people who want to the entire world to protect their 84 year old grandfather who has dementia, who smokes cigarettes. Who’s been addicted to refined carbohydrates in his 30 years, complicit in his demise, want the rest of the fucking world to suffer and die and hurt so he can live six more months. And yet in that same brain between the ears, you expect a police officer who could be my son, it could be Avi matosian you expect him to go in and save your kid fuck off and die.

Sevan Matossian (22:03):

I don’t respect your opinion when you have that incongruity that, um, that lack of consistency, that lack of continuity in your thinking, it it’s, it’s beyond selfish and, and, and that that’s where I’m at. But I, but I also see where you’re, you’re saying on a more PR you’re speaking on a more practical level. I just I’m, I’m saddened by not saddened. Um, I’m, I’m, I’m shocked at the lack of empathy that the, that so many people have that these aren’t police officers that we just say that because, because that’s what they do, that’s their job. They’re just moms and dads and sons and daughters. And then just as we go, how do people miss that?

Sevan Matossian (22:44):

Yeah, totally. And as we move on and that’s what I appreciate the show about is I think things get brought up that I don’t 100% agree with, uh, from both sides, from call from you, but it changes my perspective at looking at things. And then just back to the militarization and all this work stuff that’s going on going on regarding law enforcement, all I’m saying is like, you’re, you’re getting people that are coming in at a profession now that are trying to help. And 10 years ago, law enforcement had so many more tools available to them regarding training regarding the equipment. It was getting granted. And now all that stuff’s getting taken from them. Uh, meaning what, whether it be an armored vehicle that would give them more time to negotiate with someone with more tools, closer to a problem, or it would provide them with more additional training on mass casualty incidents on how to do first aid.

Sevan Matossian (23:33):

That’s way beyond a traditional officer would be doing while all this grant funding, all the funding that used to give them this is now being pulled away because it’s not cool to give them funding. But when you have an incident like Texas, when you have an incident, like all of ’em like, uh, whether it be the Boston bombing, whether it be, uh, Aurora, uh, Sandy hook, all those Saint, it’s not a matter of if it’s when it will continue happening. And if you have subpar trained people going in there, just because if funding’s not there with equipment, that’s not up to standards, you’re gonna get performers the same way. It’s so different than sending someone to the CrossFit games that doesn’t have the facilities or the gym outside of Colton. Sorry. Uh, and they’re not gonna perform as well because they don’t have the tools to be successful

Sevan Matossian (24:20):

With, with life and death. There was this story in Los Angeles and it was a 15 year old boy and he was running from the cops and he had a gun and he jumped into the yard of a preschool and was running towards the preschool and the cop shot him in the back and killed him.

Sevan Matossian (24:36):


Sevan Matossian (24:36):

And I’m like, good job, buddy. And if he wouldn’t have done that, if he wouldn’t have done that, and there were people who were pissed, if he wouldn’t have done that and he went and would ran into the preschool and started shooting kids, then the cop would’ve been in trouble. And there’s, there’s just such a lack of understanding from the, from society. Like these are just people. And like, of course there’s gonna be bad cops. It’s, it’s, it’s even stupid to bring that up because, but, but I would say disproportionately cops are better people than the people as a whole. And that’s all we can ask for. That’s all we can ask for. If you have a brain, sorry, go ahead. And

Sevan Matossian (25:13):

On that same note description, that story you gave countless times, we’ve opened our doors to the media or people that questioned, uh, the way, our way our officers acted in certain situations. And we would wanna put ’em in simulators to simulate similar of things, to see how, how you process stuff so much differently. And a lot of those calls get, go on app or answer. So like, meaning we be like, Hey, it’s, uh, put you in a simulator. Obviously it’s a controlled environment where have some subject matter experts evaluate your performance and they never wanna come, or they never wanna put it on immediate to show how difficult the situations are during a split second, especially your adrenaline running. And then the lack of training that, that now they’re potentially getting, if they don’t seek on their own,

Sevan Matossian (25:58):

If you’ve never been on a ride along with a police officer, you should do it. And you might say to me, well, Sev they’ll act different when you’re there. Don’t worry about how the cop acts. I want you to see how people treat police officers go to Fremont, California, go to Hayward, California, go to San Francisco and do a ride along. If you have not done a ride along, I urge you to always have 100% compassion for police officers and what they’re dealing with. Oh, I treat police officers like bees. They have to be in your yard and you should stay the fuck away from them, but don’t pass judgment on them until you’ve done a ride along, you will not believe what you see. You will not believe how human beings, you know, the worst place human beings behave is on an airplane when the plane lands and it’s time to get off. Everyone just turns into a fucking, a demon. People treat police officers worse than that. It is nuts.

Sevan Matossian (26:50):

And then believe it or not. I mean, I not even talking about the COVID situation, uh, I worked for a while under the mass mandates and that, and that mass just created more of a barrier between you and society, because I mean, just a simple smile to a citizen, usually breaks the ice, and then you start a conversation, but the mass even created more of a barrier between, and I get the reasoning and all that. But I just felt that there was even more of a disconnect between you and the general, you know, public,

Sevan Matossian (27:16):

I’m reading this book, uh, it’s called, um, championship mindset by Bob.

Sevan Matossian (27:21):

Right? I’ve heard

Sevan Matossian (27:21):

About it. Yeah. So good. And there’s, and he’s talking about the connection between the subconscious and the conscious and how vital that is for athletes to understand. And that’s what separates great athletes from the not so great ones and basically, right. Anything that gets into the subconscious, uh, starts wreaking havoc on the conscious mind or, or, or is positive. And you know, this was written of course, before the mask mandate, but it’s, um, he, most people don’t realize that their subconscious is always being influenced. And I always, th I’ve thought about that from day one, that mask just screams to everyone. Not only does it not allow communication, like you’re saying obviously, but it screams to everyone. There’s something wrong here. There’s something wrong here and there’s nothing wrong. And it’s, it’s so sad. It’s a, a

Sevan Matossian (28:07):

Why I didn’t wanna take it too too much time here. I shot on my hand and not, not called every time you talk about law enforcement, you’re definitely neutral about it. And you do speak your mind on both sides, but I just thought it was like a timely time to call since you just mentioned the other thing,

Sevan Matossian (28:23):

I thoroughly appreciate

Sevan Matossian (28:24):


Sevan Matossian (28:24):

Yeah. You make my shot. Thank you. You’re

Sevan Matossian (28:26):

Doing what you’re doing right on. See you

Sevan Matossian (28:29):

Jeremy Williams, Kansas city shuffle. Look it up. That’s what we’re seeing. Uh, Kansas city shuffle. The title of the tune refers to an advanced bait and switch confidence game, employ misdirection, sub subterfuge, and playing on the marks arrogance. And self-loathing did that cop say, there’s some things I say he doesn’t agree with. I wonder what that is. What, don’t what I wonder if there’s anything I say I don’t agree with mm-hmm <affirmative> that, that that’s, uh, Jeremy that, uh, thank you for the $10. That’s a, um, hu. That’s a quite a sentence. That’s quite a sentence.

Sevan Matossian (29:10):

What’s the proof of that? That there’s some sort of master plan. This is a good one. Here we go. From Colin Lawrence, the department that allows firefighters and cops to be outta shape or complicit in their demise of their department. Hey, the, um, I think the, uh, the sergeants and shit that don’t stand up for their officers are also complicit the ones that are playing the political game. I know it’s hard, Heidi Cru, oh my God. Calling us officers, riding their bikes in downtown Madison. This past weekend all looked outta shape and like they might tip right off their bikes. Wow. Heidi Crum turned into Heidi. Cru. I’m not complaining at all.

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