#560 – Live Call In Show

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Sevan Matossian (00:01):

That is hair. No, it’s not. Bam. <laugh> bam. We’re live.

Andrew Hiller (00:05):

Bam. We’re live.

Sevan Matossian (00:07):

Good morning. SU Andrew Horn. Good morning, Caleb. I, I don’t normally drink a sparkling water on the show, but I think I made my coffee too strong and I fasted yesterday. So I think I have a con I think I have like, I’m vibrating a little bit.

Andrew Hiller (00:26):

You what’s weird for me is I keep on looking at you cuz you’re talking over there. <laugh> but the computer’s right here, you

Sevan Matossian (00:31):

Can do that. You can, you have the option. So look at me in reality or in, um, virtual,

Andrew Hiller (00:36):

As you drink your sparkling water in real time. It’s

Mattew Souza (00:38):

Funny. Cuz last time he was going on a rent, I was like listening and just like, yeah. Then somebody was like, what happened to Susan? Did he stroke out? And when I looked at the screen, I was just like, <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (00:48):

<laugh> Hey, how’s our audio. Cuz he has a mic just right over there. You it’s not echoing or

Mattew Souza (00:53):

Anything? No, it sounds good.

Andrew Hiller (00:55):

Get closer, closer. I’ve never worn one of them mic right in front of my mouth.

Sevan Matossian (00:58):

The closer, the better.

Andrew Hiller (00:59):

I I’m ready to fly a spaceship like cruise and top gun.

Sevan Matossian (01:02):

Let me see if you put it closer. What it sounds like. Can, can you smoke shit even closer? I can

Andrew Hiller (01:06):

Get anything closer.

Sevan Matossian (01:07):

Yeah. That’s awesome.

Andrew Hiller (01:08):

This is better. Okay.

Sevan Matossian (01:09):

Yeah. And then talk deeper

Andrew Hiller (01:10):

Too. You know your, your boys go, he sounds different in person. So I wonder if they’ll watch this and go. That’s why his mic fucking sucks about they leave out one word of those. So

Sevan Matossian (01:22):

If they did know that, that would be awesome. I wanna show you guys something. I wanna start the Mo off. Uh, just coming in hot. I wanna show you, uh, one, uh, number 1 52. Someone sent me this yesterday to show that both parties were equally clowns. Um, the Republicans and the Democrats, and this is a Republican, I guess advertisement. And you can see that there’s the Republican elephant and then down, um, sorry, Caleb. I’m putting you behind the phone number.

Mattew Souza (01:50):

I was like, wait a minute. Am I controlling at this Caleb? Or are you, I think we both bought the same screen. <laugh> oh shoot. No, come on, hang tight.

Sevan Matossian (02:02):

Caleb will do it. You cool doing it Caleb?

Mattew Souza (02:06):

Yeah, I can do it. All right. There we go.

Sevan Matossian (02:08):

So, so that, so that elephant right there, that’s like some Republican, like that’s like some advertisement to, for some Republican gatherings supposedly, and this lady’s posting it to show that how bad the Republicans are, because if you look between the elephants legs, um, I, uh, you’ll see that those are sup I guess KKK masks

Andrew Hiller (02:25):

<laugh>

Mattew Souza (02:26):

Oh shit. See, come

Andrew Hiller (02:28):

On now.

Sevan Matossian (02:29):

So,

Andrew Hiller (02:30):

I mean, it’s not funny, but like how do you see

Sevan Matossian (02:31):

That? I don’t know how you see that. Um, the, the same, well the same way you see Tia doing? Um, no <laugh> uh, so,

Andrew Hiller (02:39):

Oh, you control the comparisons, but I

Sevan Matossian (02:41):

Can’t. So, um, I just, it’s just crazy. So let’s say there are, let’s say, let’s say that let’s say on some level everyone is, um, uh, racist. Let’s say, let’s say if I ask you, um, you base things on races and if I ask you, uh, what ethnicity do you think my gardener is? And you say he’s Mexican. Well, if you live in California, that’s just using, um, discrimination, not in the, with a negative connotation, but just everywhere you look, there’s trucks around with lawnmowers in the back. And it’s almost always Mexican dudes. It’s just occupation my dad’s from the middle east. Guess what kind of business he opened when he came to the United States, a liquor store, is that discrimination? What are you laughing at? Heller?

Andrew Hiller (03:20):

I was gonna guess that if I was gonna cut you off, that’s what I would’ve

Sevan Matossian (03:23):

Said. Well, um, so there are these, if you’re Jew and you came from, uh, uh, the, the Warsaw ghetto, um, at the turn of the century, you were in, um, textiles or clothing business, it’s it’s just happens to be what those people are doing. This is not, there’s nothing wrong with this, uh, Greek seed B lava, Japanese people eat rice. What

Andrew Hiller (03:46):

What’s are the little dots between their legs? Why do they have to add those? They don’t seem necessary.

Sevan Matossian (03:51):

Well, right, right. I mean, so someone is saying that that was made, that was made. So, so, but look at this, you have some, you have some outlier, fucking Republicans who, who are maybe racist or who are maybe discriminated or who are prejudiced on some level, but don’t forget what the other party is doing. They’re the party that supports abortion, which is one out of every three black babies that would’ve been born is aborted. They’re the ones that supply that have supported that have had the mayors of all the cities, the Democrats of all the cities, Philly, LA San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, where all the fucking crazy bad shit is happening. Guess who started the KKK? Not the Republicans. Guess who voted against the civil rights act? Not the Republicans you’re

Andrew Hiller (04:39):

Telling me. Democrats started the KKK

Sevan Matossian (04:42):

And, and Abraham Lincoln, can you back that up? Yeah. For a hundred percent. And the Democrats and, and, and uh, and uh, anyone can look it up and, and, uh, uh, Abraham Lincoln was a fucking Republican.

Andrew Hiller (04:51):

Okay.

Sevan Matossian (04:52):

Al Gore’s dad voted against the civil rights act. Oh, but said, those were, those were, uh, Southern Democrats. They’re different. No, no, they’re not. <laugh> no, they’re not. So don’t get it twisted. Don’t get it twisted. I’m not, I’m not defending the Republicans, but don’t get it twisted. If, if you, if you are against racism and you have to choose between one of the two parties you do not. And, and, uh, you do not. The oppressor is the Democrats by far.

Andrew Hiller (05:20):

I think they’re both the enemy of the people,

Sevan Matossian (05:22):

Uh, fair. And, and if you really want to get crazy, just spend 15 minutes and look into the origins of planned parenthood. Just no tin, foil hat shit. Uh, uh, look up the lady who started it and look why they started, um, uh, planned parenthood.

Andrew Hiller (05:39):

Well, most people can’t accept that we’re all hypocrites.

Sevan Matossian (05:42):

You would be fucking shocked if you found out why planned parenthood was started, it has nothing to do with women’s rights. It has to do with killing people. It’s not, it’s not hidden. It’s not even hidden. If you just dig a bit, you’ll see that, um, planned. Parenthood’s actually thinking about coming clean about it too.

Andrew Hiller (06:01):

Can we get a source?

Sevan Matossian (06:03):

You just type in Margaret Sanger or whatever the lady’s name in and just start looking around and pick. And if you want just pick all the liberal that’s what I do is I always pick all the liberal news outlets so that I, so that I’m not biased. So if I wanted to study on a upon George, George Floyd or something, I just, I just go and study. I would pick like CNN, New York times, all that shit. And then just start using a little bit of discernment.

Andrew Hiller (06:25):

You get angry when you do that, how do you feel as you read those things?

Sevan Matossian (06:28):

No, I get my life’s too good to get angry, but I get passionate. Mm. I get passionate.

Andrew Hiller (06:33):

That’s a good way to put it.

Sevan Matossian (06:34):

I get passionate. It’s kind of, it’s kind of like CrossFit, right? There’s no way everyone’s ever gonna do it.

Andrew Hiller (06:41):

I would agree.

Sevan Matossian (06:42):

There’s just, there’s just no way it it’s. Um,

Andrew Hiller (06:45):

No matter how much you’d like them to you can’t, you can’t push ’em into it.

Sevan Matossian (06:49):

No, if you, and if you want doc, if you, if you wanna help it’s for people who wanna help themselves,

Andrew Hiller (06:53):

I just made a video on that. You did well, not in particular, but it’s more or less, uh, give the people what they want video. Like you can try to edge ’em into it the most, the best you can, but they’re not really ever gonna listen.

Sevan Matossian (07:04):

Look at someone, look at, uh, either SU or Caleb’s trying to prove me wrong. This that’s why this is such a great show. Sanger felt that in order for women to have a more equal footing society and to lead to healthier lives, they needed to be able to determine where when to children fair to totally fair. Totally fair.

Caleb Beaver (07:24):

I wasn’t necessarily trying to prove you wrong.

Sevan Matossian (07:25):

I just found that. Interesting. Totally fair. I, um, push back. All you have to do, uh, ladies is not sit on an erect cock, but seven. What about people who get rap? Well, yeah, that’s the point? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1%.

Andrew Hiller (07:39):

So that one’s favorite argument. <laugh> only that many people were affected.

Sevan Matossian (07:43):

Go ahead. Keep digging, keep digging. Who is she? Who is she? Which babies was she trying to get rid of? Keep digging Caleb, find it for me, find, dig, find it, find it. Uh, we are in, um, uh, Newport beach Hiller, and I, we met with, uh, the owner, um, of, uh, California hormones. And, uh, yesterday Hillary got to take a tour of the labs.

Andrew Hiller (08:06):

That was cool.

Sevan Matossian (08:07):

That

Andrew Hiller (08:07):

Spacecraft, the, the space is awesome.

Sevan Matossian (08:10):

Space is

Andrew Hiller (08:11):

Well. Yeah, there’s three, I believe. And we went into two of them yesterday. I went into two of them. You went into one of them,

Sevan Matossian (08:17):

Easy buddy. Uh, um, don’t bake me in my own. You’re in my condo. Don’t big Dick me

Andrew Hiller (08:22):

In my wait. Was it the same ones that, that we saw from before? Are they

Sevan Matossian (08:24):

Different? No, I went to a new one. That was so nice.

Andrew Hiller (08:28):

Susan. Which one did you see? Which ones? I, I can’t remember. I can’t how big it large or not so large, but kind of large.

Sevan Matossian (08:34):

We went to a huge one with all the machines.

Andrew Hiller (08:36):

Yeah. That’s the one I was at. Well, I mean, so you’ve been to anyway. Yeah. I’m not big Dick shit.

Sevan Matossian (08:40):

Yeah. Well you did.

Andrew Hiller (08:41):

<laugh> we’ve all been to the same place. The really cold refrigerator.

Sevan Matossian (08:44):

You big Dick? Me on accent. Wait

Andrew Hiller (08:45):

A minute. They had like 30 big refrigerators. All which said don’t put food in here. That’s not what it’s for. <laugh> and I thought that like, okay, they’re idiot proof in the place. It’s a good, good step.

Sevan Matossian (08:55):

You have your tuna sandwich next. Just a VA of semen samples.

Caleb Beaver (08:59):

Yep. Would not Beed how many people put their food in medical refrigerators?

Andrew Hiller (09:04):

Oh, Jesus.

Caleb Beaver (09:05):

<laugh> you have no idea.

Andrew Hiller (09:06):

That’s called a contaminated supplement.

Caleb Beaver (09:09):

You wanna? Yeah. Hey, some people put sandwiches next to the vaccine, so Hey,

Andrew Hiller (09:15):

They fix Hiller’s elbow. Couldn’t

Caleb Beaver (09:16):

Anthrax. You could salami on. Right?

Sevan Matossian (09:20):

So, so this, so this, these people at California hormones, they’re the one that bought the thousand t-shirts and then gave them away for free at the CrossFit games that said CEO in the front, which was crazy. Nice. And then we were at lunch yesterday. She’s like, where’s my shirt. And she had asked me whatever you do, save me a shirt. I fucked that all up. Can you imagine? Perfect.

Andrew Hiller (09:38):

I got, I got one right here. I’ll bring tra Travis is in the chat. Hey, she is a small or a medium.

Sevan Matossian (09:43):

Yeah. So this is what we’re gonna do. We’re gonna order, uh, uh, Travis is gonna put in a whole, and I want one of those shirts too, because I like the way the gold is on those CEO shirts. So we’re gonna put in an order of those shirts that we had at the CrossFit games to say CEO and the California hormones on the back, and we’re gonna put them on, uh, vindicate. Um, and we’ll sell, those will be sold cheaper than the other shirts. I think we need to talk to Travis about it, but it’ll be the last final run of those, uh, Cal those, uh, CEO shirts. And they’re, they’re cool because if you, I don’t particularly like stuff on the sleeve. This says the Sev on podcast. These ones don’t say that it’s just the logo and it’s pretty dope.

Andrew Hiller (10:22):

It’s a nice gold too.

Sevan Matossian (10:23):

Yeah, it’s cool. Yesterday, both Hiller and I were wearing our black CEO shirts.

Andrew Hiller (10:27):

Yeah. It’s California hormones on the back. You

Caleb Beaver (10:29):

Guys are such dorks <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (10:31):

It was pretty dorky,

Andrew Hiller (10:32):

Matchy, matchy. It

Sevan Matossian (10:33):

Was pretty dorky, but I like it. It’s like a challenge.

Andrew Hiller (10:36):

I wanted nothing more than seven to come work out with me yesterday with our imagined t-shirts. Hey and listen. You come out of the freaking condo house. We’re in his, in

Sevan Matossian (10:44):

We’re we’re in the most pretentious town everywhere too. Where like, everyone’s like assessing like each other’s boobs, earrings, bracelets, glasses, everything. So, you know, everywhere. Um, Hillary and I went together like wearing the same shirt. They thought we were like, um, uh, people at those guys who park cars. Um, they thought we weres ballets or some shit yeah. Hotel. Yeah, for

Caleb Beaver (11:04):

Sure. <laugh> you just wear hat, your trash <laugh> they thought you were gay lovers. Probably

Sevan Matossian (11:09):

That too. That too,

Andrew Hiller (11:11):

Dude. I, I realize I

Sevan Matossian (11:13):

Hiller has that polished. Look to him. I actually thought that walking down the beach yesterday, I go, oh fuck. He’s the big dude that rails me. That’s what everyone. Yeah, but he’s

Andrew Hiller (11:20):

A, I keep on getting asked

Sevan Matossian (11:22):

To that. If we’re me and you were gay.

Andrew Hiller (11:24):

Well, me in particular, not the two of us, but

Sevan Matossian (11:26):

Yeah. Yeah. Cuz look at you’re all polished and shit. I

Andrew Hiller (11:29):

Don’t think so.

Sevan Matossian (11:30):

Okay. Don’t when I call hill or gay, I’m not gonna look directly in his eyes again. One more time. Hey, maybe I’m projecting. Maybe I’m swooning. I’m just,

Caleb Beaver (11:37):

It’s that old school, little body builder tank he’s wearing that’s it’s

Andrew Hiller (11:40):

Doing it for me. This, this is one of my favorite shirts. You look at that, you know, that is, uh,

Caleb Beaver (11:45):

Cobra

Andrew Hiller (11:46):

Seven knows who that

Sevan Matossian (11:47):

Is. That is nice

Andrew Hiller (11:48):

Cobra guy.

Sevan Matossian (11:49):

Hey, so there’s a guy here. Who’s a staple on the beach and he’s the biggest dude here. And, and he, and he lives in one of the buildings, like, like the oat biggest dude. Yeah. You know the big dude, the black dude

Andrew Hiller (11:58):

With the huge, you mean my buddy.

Sevan Matossian (12:00):

Yeah. And he, he already, he like, you know how like, just like, uh, two Hasidic Jews would give each other nods or two black. So Hiller and this dude nods, Hiller, like he sees something. That’s what made me think. Oh, Hillary is juice up. <laugh> because he recognizes, he gave Hillary one of those. Oh

Andrew Hiller (12:18):

Shit. You gotta,

Sevan Matossian (12:18):

They’re already buddies. I’ve seen the guy a hundred times. He’s never given me shit.

Andrew Hiller (12:22):

He never looked your way. No. Wow. Friend walked by. I was like, what’s up, dude? I threw the football to him the other day. Oh, he sitting on his balcony contact. Awesome.

Caleb Beaver (12:33):

You

Sevan Matossian (12:33):

Guys are best friend. Where, where Kayla, where’s your Margaret Sanger thing? Why is she, why is she wanna kill babies? Did you find,

Caleb Beaver (12:38):

I, I gave up on that a long time

Andrew Hiller (12:40):

Ago.

Sevan Matossian (12:40):

Oh, you dickhead just bury me. <laugh>

Andrew Hiller (12:43):

I ended up on Wikipedia,

Sevan Matossian (12:44):

But you don’t got my back. Um, so, so basically, uh, this was Hiller’s uh, first time looking at the labs at, uh, California hormones. What did you think? Impressed.

Andrew Hiller (12:57):

Very, oh yeah. The amount of, um, machinery that they have for the, you know, they don’t just do what we are informed. They do, they do a whole bunch of other testing too. They, they do COVID testing. They do. They’re looking into doing monkey box testing, but a lot of what they do for us, we’ve talked about, which is just the hormone testing and the what’s coming down the pipeline for that. As far as just, it reminds me of apple, believe it or not. So like you see like an iPhone coming in, in a, in a box, the, the, the it’ll be shipped to your house twice a month when you actually end up qualifying and then signing up for the hormones testing. And it looks nice. It’s cool. It’s it’s simple.

Sevan Matossian (13:36):

She showed us the packaging. Like basically, if you get on the Testo, if you get the blood work done, you get doctor assessment. They say, you need to be on something. They’ll send you this beautiful box with these needles in it. Um, I, it still, it still doesn’t interest me, but if they had it in a powder, you could snort. I told her that’s

Andrew Hiller (13:53):

Where you said,

Sevan Matossian (13:54):

Right? Yeah. Yeah. I was like, now listen, if it came in little glass vials and I could just snort a couple lines a week, still rolling, like

Andrew Hiller (14:00):

This comment says, why am I speaking low? What does that mean? Do I sound different? Oh, cause it’s a good microphone. Or do I actually need to talk louder? If this closer, this sound freaks me out being right. My face it’s like, I’m gonna eat it.

Sevan Matossian (14:11):

He’s just speaking normal. It, it might be the mic. Cause I told me to put it really close. He has a pretty deep voice. He a very de voice,

Andrew Hiller (14:18):

Right.

Caleb Beaver (14:19):

That sexy Aspy voice

Sevan Matossian (14:21):

You. So, so if you guys want to check this out and support our sponsor or, or just, you’re just curious yourself, you go to CA hormones.com. The code word is seven. Um, and

Andrew Hiller (14:33):

Seriously, it makes it idiot proof. That’s probably the biggest thing. So like you open an iPhone box and it’s just right or roll. That’s the big thing I took away from what’s coming out and kind of is already going through. I mean, it’s in, it’s in the works right now. Like if you were to sign up and go through everything, you can do it, but it it’s even simpler and even cooler looking apple wise.

Sevan Matossian (14:51):

Oh. And when you say idiot proof, you mean because Gary Roberts was having trouble getting the juice out of the vial. Yes. Now the needles just come preloaded. Uh,

Caleb Beaver (14:59):

Oh, that’s so nice. I hate drawing up drugs, dude.

Andrew Hiller (15:03):

<laugh> what are you drawing up? Caleb?

Caleb Beaver (15:05):

Anything? Everything. Anthrax. Tdap,

Sevan Matossian (15:08):

MRNA. You’re

Andrew Hiller (15:09):

Giving people anthrax.

Caleb Beaver (15:11):

<laugh> oh yeah. Dude. All the time. You know how many dose of anthrax we gotta give? Like 20 <laugh> dude. I’ve seen people like,

Andrew Hiller (15:19):

Is that the stuff that when you would open an envelope, you would just explode to the anthrax or no?

Caleb Beaver (15:23):

Oh no. I’m talking like liquid VA, like vaccination of anthrax.

Andrew Hiller (15:27):

All right. I don’t know anything.

Sevan Matossian (15:28):

Do you do vaccination every day, Caleb,

Caleb Beaver (15:31):

At least at least one

Andrew Hiller (15:36):

Are their testosterone gels.

Caleb Beaver (15:38):

Does that make you, does that unsettle? You said?

Sevan Matossian (15:40):

Yeah, fucking I hate it. Uh, what

Caleb Beaver (15:44):

Tracks? They’re all fucked.

Sevan Matossian (15:46):

They, they, they, um, they fair. They have everything. They, they have the pellets, they have the gels, um, Hiller. And I have talked to all the people who are on all the different ones to be completely honest. If you’re gonna fuck with this stuff, you might as well just do the needles. You might as well. It seems like it’s like the right way to do it. Um, the pellets, the, the, one of the guys we spoke to really likes the pellets. Someone else told us that they’re just really good for women as opposed to men. Uh, and I forget why something about the way the dosing gets released into your body. But if, if I were gonna take, make the effort to do this, I would do the needles. Wouldn’t you Hiller.

Andrew Hiller (16:23):

It kind of depends on how you are as a person, because some people don’t like the idea of like doing a stab in the butt or the shoulder, every single or it’s twice a week that you would do it. Yeah. Although I, it looked like they’re using insulin syringes in the package that they’d be sending. So it’s not too terrible.

Sevan Matossian (16:38):

What’s that mean? A little needle needle

Andrew Hiller (16:39):

Needle. Yeah. I believe it’s a 30 gauge as opposed to like a 23, a 23 thick. And it it’s almost like a, he

Sevan Matossian (16:45):

He’s dones listen, listen,

Andrew Hiller (16:47):

Uhhuh. Yeah. Cause that’s where I got all my knowledge from, as I keep saying, anyway, the 23 gauge needle, it’s like an insulin syringe. So if you were to go and get insulin, even at Walgreens, I believe they sell ’em. They got the orange tips on the end and it’s a short needle. They, they don’t hurt that bad. But although that is the case, some people don’t really like the idea hitting themselves with the needle twice a week. So they go with the roots of the incision in the button. They shove the pellets in there. And at which rate, you only need to do that once every four to six months. And yeah, we were talking with the owner yesterday and she said that they up your blood work and they kind of see how often you’d have to have those things rein inserted into your butt. The downside to that is that you’re sore for a couple of days because they do end up like making a little incision in your butt, but it’s less

Sevan Matossian (17:32):

Not in your, but on your hip.

Andrew Hiller (17:34):

Um, it’s, it’s, it’s in your butt cheek, like right, right to the side.

Sevan Matossian (17:37):

Right. Right. Okay. When I see here in your butt, I think something like

Andrew Hiller (17:40):

Not in your butt, but the individual that we spoke to yesterday said that he,

Sevan Matossian (17:44):

They just shove a tide pod full of steroid pellets in your ass kinda looks

Caleb Beaver (17:48):

Like,

Andrew Hiller (17:49):

What do they look like? I don’t know, like a little Tylenol.

Sevan Matossian (17:52):

We, we met a guy who does both,

Andrew Hiller (17:54):

Correct? Yeah. And he said, they double the incision of the butt. You end up hitting everything on it. So it’s uncomfortable for a day or two. And after that, you don’t have to worry about it for six months and you feel great for six months.

Sevan Matossian (18:05):

And, and there were, and there were, uh, there were people in there getting blood work when we were there and Hiller got blood work. Yeah. Um, are

Andrew Hiller (18:12):

You you smiling there?

Sevan Matossian (18:13):

And they wanted to do blood work on me, but I don’t wanna do the blood work.

Caleb Beaver (18:16):

That’s what I was gonna say. Did you do

Andrew Hiller (18:17):

It? I knew

Caleb Beaver (18:17):

That. No, <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (18:19):

I don’t wanna know that my count is seven four. Oh, they did

Andrew Hiller (18:24):

Four. Yeah. I’m feeling a little woozy

Sevan Matossian (18:27):

Is

Andrew Hiller (18:27):

I think that’s a joke. I’m

Sevan Matossian (18:28):

Good. Oh, is that a lot, Caleb?

Caleb Beaver (18:30):

No, it’s no, that’s a pretty normal amount. Like whenever we do lab draws, it’s about like, if we’re doing like a full panel on somebody, it’s probably about four.

Andrew Hiller (18:38):

I got a video of that four

Caleb Beaver (18:39):

Vials and they’re like this big,

Sevan Matossian (18:42):

You could Goodwill. You could come up here to the lab and, and get the, what was the guy’s name? Richard? The guy who draws the blood.

Andrew Hiller (18:48):

Correct. He, his name was Richard and he was awesome.

Sevan Matossian (18:50):

And I don’t mean to, uh, to be racist, but here it comes anyway. He’s Asian.

Andrew Hiller (18:54):

I’m

Sevan Matossian (18:55):

Gonna do that. And that you want a Asian dude draw on your blood.

Andrew Hiller (18:59):

I’ve given blood and had blood taken a handful of times. And every single time, it’s like a terrible, and I like hate the idea. And I like have to watch the needle go in or I’ll say, won’t be able to do it. Where

Sevan Matossian (19:09):

Did they get it from you?

Andrew Hiller (19:10):

Right here.

Sevan Matossian (19:11):

All four vials.

Andrew Hiller (19:14):

I’m always vascular. Homey.

Sevan Matossian (19:17):

Yeah. He’s big. He’s he’s bigger in person than he looks on camera. I’m like the opposite.

Andrew Hiller (19:23):

<laugh> I was at the games. Everybody said that I looked smaller. So that’s nice. No, you’re not wonder if you can see that. There

Sevan Matossian (19:28):

It is. Oh, oh

Andrew Hiller (19:29):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (19:30):

Wow.

Caleb Beaver (19:31):

Oh, okay. Yeah. Nice time man. And he’s good.

Andrew Hiller (19:37):

Well, I mean, how could you miss that fucking thing?

Sevan Matossian (19:40):

Oh geez. Hey

Caleb Beaver (19:41):

Man. Hey, let’s not, let’s not, let’s not say nothing crazy.

Andrew Hiller (19:45):

All there you go.

Caleb Beaver (19:46):

I’ve missed veins bigger than that.

Andrew Hiller (19:49):

Pro for California hormones, because I’m wearing the CEO’s shirt, which is California hormones on the back. And there you

Sevan Matossian (19:56):

Go. You know, there’s someone watching this. Who’s gonna like find something that wasn’t done, right?

Andrew Hiller (20:00):

Yeah. Right. That’s actually not. Oh, he

Caleb Beaver (20:02):

Didn’t pull the tourniquet. When he started the lab.

Sevan Matossian (20:09):

Love someone looking so deeply into Hiller’s eyes. Thank you. I’m a very, I’m a very intense and passionate

Andrew Hiller (20:14):

Man forgetting where I need to look. I look here and I see you looking at me through here and I look over at you.

Sevan Matossian (20:18):

I’m a very passionate man. If you see us both turn our heads at the same time, you know, we’re clicking.

Andrew Hiller (20:22):

Have you, her to the Rocksbury. Probably not. You haven’t seen shit. I found that out. He hasn’t seen any movies.

Sevan Matossian (20:27):

I saw it a long time ago doing

Andrew Hiller (20:30):

No. Yes.

Sevan Matossian (20:33):

Um, three, can we do, uh, 3 24? How to oppress people?

Caleb Beaver (20:38):

<laugh>

Sevan Matossian (20:40):

I don’t even know. I don’t even know what this, this one is.

Andrew Hiller (20:42):

Are these all new or are these still rolling off that

Caleb Beaver (20:44):

Long list you got there?

Sevan Matossian (20:46):

Uh, I think they’re rolling off the long list, but I don’t think we’ve does that one sound familiar?

Mattew Souza (20:51):

No. No. Oh. I was just wondering if it’s gonna be a surprise for you as much as

Sevan Matossian (20:55):

It is present. Oh yeah. Yeah. It is a surprise for me. It is a surprise for me.

Andrew Hiller (20:59):

You,

Sevan Matossian (20:59):

Oh, this was the guy. This was the guy. Um, this is the guy we had on the, um, podcast. Say that again? Hiller.

Andrew Hiller (21:04):

There was the comment says seven only watches the movies he makes. Yes. And then I said, you’ve seen polling John 400 times.

Sevan Matossian (21:09):

Yes. <laugh> uh, this is so Dr. Trevor cash. Who’s on the show. Um, uh, he’s kind of a secret. I’m surprised he, this guy doesn’t have millions of followers. Um, you wanna press someone tell them they are perfect. Just the way they are. I thought that was a great line. That’s not good feedback.

Andrew Hiller (21:27):

People comment says you’re gonna get a copy. Right. So I don’t know what that’s on. Is it?

Sevan Matossian (21:31):

This will, will I you’re gonna get really.

Andrew Hiller (21:33):

I’ll be careful. I don’t know what this is what you’re about to play.

Sevan Matossian (21:35):

No, no, no,

Mattew Souza (21:36):

That’s it. No, it’s on Instagram. It should be

Sevan Matossian (21:38):

Fine. That’s it? You wanna oppress someone tell ’em they’re perfect. Just the way they are. How often do we hear that? Can,

Andrew Hiller (21:43):

Can you go a little deeper on

Sevan Matossian (21:44):

That? You’re fine. You’re being a hundred pounds. Overweight is totally fine.

Andrew Hiller (21:48):

Oh,

Mattew Souza (21:51):

They’re just living their truth. Seon. Their truth.

Sevan Matossian (21:54):

Hiller said that

Mattew Souza (21:56):

<laugh> yes. Live your it’s your truth. You guys live everybody’s.

Caleb Beaver (22:00):

Truth is different.

Sevan Matossian (22:01):

You said your, your perspective

Caleb Beaver (22:02):

Is your truth.

Mattew Souza (22:03):

Fucking hate that word truth. Say their research. You, you could have your perspective. You could have your experiences. You could have your biases. You could have

Sevan Matossian (22:13):

All of that. Your girlfriends,

Andrew Hiller (22:14):

Your

Mattew Souza (22:14):

Girl, your girlfriends, your boyfriends, whatever you want, but you can’t have your truth. There’s only the truth. There’s your biases and perspectives and experiences that you bring to certain situations. Doesn’t make it. The truth.

Andrew Hiller (22:26):

What I hear is that everyone’s triggered by something and there’s things out there that have been aligned with this statement that lead you to hating this statement because they’ve triggered you.

Sevan Matossian (22:36):

Well, I’m not triggered. I’m inspired because I’m a comedian. I’m inspired

Mattew Souza (22:40):

From comedian.

Andrew Hiller (22:40):

All I say, when I say that is, it’s my opinion. I’m just using a different way of saying that.

Mattew Souza (22:44):

That’s

Sevan Matossian (22:45):

That too. It’s

Andrew Hiller (22:46):

More intense to me when I said it that way, like lead me the fuck alone. It’s what I’m gonna say. But I’m gonna say it’s stronger.

Mattew Souza (22:51):

You could. Yeah, you could also, yeah. You could also have your opinions, but unfortunately, and I just think that it’s just, there’s just too much conflation of words around. So I guess you could say that it does trigger me, but it, it, uh, triggers it in the sense of like, it just puts stuff way out in the ether. There’s no, it needs to be grounded by definition. Like Bruce Wayne’s comment here. There’s three truths. No, there’s not. There’s two perspectives and there’s one truth. There’s three. I’m paying your truth. Yeah. People are like, Hey,

Sevan Matossian (23:18):

We’re we we’re gonna meet. We’re gonna meet. Um, we’re gonna meet at the yacht club at 11:00 AM. Is that your truth? We’ve been no, that’s not the, my truth. Uh, we’ve been told to meet at the yacht club at 11:00 AM. That’s the truth, hunter. McIntyre’s gonna be there too. And I’m bringing a tub of Vaseline and me and him and hunter are gonna make our first movie. Mm-hmm <affirmative> that’s my, that’s my truth.

Mattew Souza (23:40):

Set up for the newsletter asshole. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (23:41):

Yeah. Exclusive content. That’s my, that was my truth. That’s not the truth. But the, the truth is, is that Hillary and I are going to the yacht club at 11:00 AM. At least that’s the plan.

Andrew Hiller (23:52):

Hunter’s gonna be there at two

Sevan Matossian (23:53):

At 11. I think his time is that truths at nine 50.

Andrew Hiller (23:57):

You as statement. Sorry of what? Oh, I was

Mattew Souza (24:00):

Gonna say, is that true as

Sevan Matossian (24:01):

For the whole world, for the snails in your yard? That’s true. Also.

Mattew Souza (24:05):

It can’t be individually. True. And then one,

Sevan Matossian (24:08):

One for the, uh, for the parasites living in Caleb’s mustache, it is also true for

Andrew Hiller (24:14):

That. Thing’s getting intense by the way, Caleb,

Sevan Matossian (24:17):

Um, 3, 3, 3, 22, 7,

Andrew Hiller (24:24):

You should make an only fans.

Sevan Matossian (24:25):

What would I do? It

Mattew Souza (24:27):

Doesn’t matter. You could just step on stuff with your bare feet.

Sevan Matossian (24:29):

People <laugh> that would love that. Like

Andrew Hiller (24:32):

Switch a banana down or something.

Sevan Matossian (24:36):

Hey, one of my friends who’s here who hill or met who’s hanging out with us, told me he has an only fans. Yeah. I couldn’t even fucking, well, I, I guess I do believe it.

Andrew Hiller (24:47):

I don’t think that we know how many people have an only fans. Yeah. That’s what I took away from that. They had a lot of people, like, imagine people knew about my only fans.

Sevan Matossian (24:56):

Yeah. What is it under your real name? No. Oh, that’s awesome.

Andrew Hiller (24:59):

Yeah. I didn’t make like a hundred grand a month off of it for their people. Actually. I wanna do it on YouTube.

Sevan Matossian (25:04):

So if your testos you’re so you’re, you’re consider you got your blood drawn. Correct. So that would mean that if they tell you, like you could be tempted now to

Andrew Hiller (25:16):

More than tempted,

Sevan Matossian (25:17):

More than tempted Uhhuh and the implications are is that you couldn’t compete anymore. Yes,

Andrew Hiller (25:22):

That’d

Sevan Matossian (25:23):

Be correct. But you could make a shitload of fucking amazing content about what the,

Andrew Hiller (25:27):

Like the progress

Sevan Matossian (25:28):

Of telling your truth. You can make a shitload of content telling your truth about the experience.

Andrew Hiller (25:33):

See, we do this thing where we do the live, where we do this podcast, and then you’ll, you’ll talk about things and I’ll go. I wanted to make a video on that.

Sevan Matossian (25:40):

Sorry. Sorry. Make a video. Sorry. Make a video. Oh, we

Andrew Hiller (25:42):

Could talks like this is like a preview. It’s like one of those called promo videos or trailers. This is a trailer Foral video. So it’s good for you. It’s good for me. It’s good for everything.

Sevan Matossian (25:51):

Always remember this too. My videos, no one really watches. They just click on it. They see two minutes and they go away. It’s too long. Yours people actually watch

Andrew Hiller (25:58):

<laugh>. I like got eight minute attention. Yeah. Which is pretty good. I think usually they’re 12 minutes long. So, uh, but yeah, I’m considering it for sure.

Sevan Matossian (26:06):

Um, uh, speaking of that, if I don’t mind jerking myself off here, did you guys see our games retention? Like almost all the videos were over 40 minutes. Yeah. Yeah.

Andrew Hiller (26:14):

That was super good shit.

Sevan Matossian (26:15):

Yeah. It was crazy.

Andrew Hiller (26:16):

That’s good. And they were trying to get through the staticy shit that I was interviewing people with.

Sevan Matossian (26:21):

Oh, you were amazing, dude. When, if, if, if any of these other knucklehead figure out what we just did and they have us do it for them, like waap Palooza, Dubai fitness challenge, rogue. It’ll be crazy.

Andrew Hiller (26:34):

I got a, I got a $20 mic off Amazon that has these two wireless attachments for the iPhone. Yeah. And at which rate I would have, would want and give one to somebody else and it saying sweet 20

Sevan Matossian (26:43):

Bucks.

Andrew Hiller (26:44):

Yes. And I was so mad that I don’t know.

Sevan Matossian (26:47):

I have, um, Susie, you gotta come over to my house and we gotta dig through that fucking room full of all that electronics shit. I have, I have so much stuff like that.

Mattew Souza (26:53):

Yeah. I think especially with two people, we found a, a recipe there because to Hiller’s point, if he comes up and, and just uses a microphone as interview and somebody else films, it that’s optimal because then you get some good perspective of the, what you’re seeing. And the audio is nice without it moving around too much.

Sevan Matossian (27:08):

And he, that cord that Hiller’s talking about, at least the one I have is so long that Hiller doesn’t even have to hold it. He could just hand it to the person

Andrew Hiller (27:15):

Wireless dude.

Sevan Matossian (27:15):

Oh, fuck. Get

Mattew Souza (27:17):

Outta. Oh, even better. If

Andrew Hiller (27:18):

Few foot range,

Mattew Souza (27:20):

God, somebody,

Andrew Hiller (27:21):

How do I get louder?

Sevan Matossian (27:23):

Can you can, can anyone not hear? I hear him? Great.

Andrew Hiller (27:26):

I can like turn it.

Mattew Souza (27:27):

But when that thing got closer, it definitely sounded a little bit better. Somebody asked that we could broadcast. Is that a plotting audience?

Andrew Hiller (27:41):

Oh,

Mattew Souza (27:42):

Perfect.

Sevan Matossian (27:42):

Think I start using the last track

Mattew Souza (27:44):

A little bit. Hey, whenever it was awkward, like when you ask like Hailey something and she doesn’t answer, just like hit the laugh track and then like, okay. You slow. All right. Next question.

Sevan Matossian (27:52):

So, um, Hiller, um, are you gonna get your step?

Mattew Souza (27:59):

Somebody, uh, asked us if we could broadcast our whole,

Andrew Hiller (28:04):

Who I’m an owl who,

Sevan Matossian (28:07):

Oh, oh, seriously. An event had reached out to us and asked us if we would broadcast their whole name.

Mattew Souza (28:13):

Not yeah, yeah. Yeah. It was, um, not like the actual people from the event, but I was having a discussion with Tyler Watkins and he was asking if we would be able to do that for an event like Jr’s crash crucible and like actually broadcast the whole thing, including commentary.

Sevan Matossian (28:28):

Yes, yes. Basically in the, in the most simplest sense we could do it. So fucking cheap. We, we have, we need five people with fucking iPhones and then we need, um, a wifi that no one else can jump on with a password and fucking so that everyone in the stands isn’t fucking using it too. And we’ll do it. Yep. And we can, and it will be the craziest footage ever because people will be, we can have people running around right up to the athletes, the participants right there.

Mattew Souza (28:54):

Yeah. If we had access and you could just put a couple good, um, good phones on tripods, like right at the finish line and stuff like that, then you just had somebody in the back just controlling each thing that you’re watching when you’re watching the,

Sevan Matossian (29:05):

Not even in the back. Me, me at home, Caleb been fucking from the moon.

Mattew Souza (29:09):

That’s what I meant on the back end of the show. Oh yeah. Yeah. Not like there. And then you could have people commentating and they’re the only ones with the mics that are, uh, hot. Everything else is just muted and you just shifted around and they just speak over the event the whole time.

Sevan Matossian (29:21):

Yeah. Due by fitness challenge brought to you by Caleb at the anthrax center.

Andrew Hiller (29:27):

<laugh> is that what you test for there? Yeah. You give people anthrax 20 people a day. <laugh> exactly.

Sevan Matossian (29:36):

Uh, 3 22, please. While I sit my coffee,

Andrew Hiller (29:38):

What are these numbered things? I don’t even see

Sevan Matossian (29:40):

’em over, over there. It’s because all my shit’s just not on the email. He just has them memorized three 20. Oh, sorry. Yes. Uh, you did bring 14 million trees axed to make way for wind farms. Nearly 14 million trees have been chopped down across Scotland people. It looks like people counted that it looks like people keep.

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