Sevan Matossian (00:02):
Hey, I’m alive my fault. We’re a little late, sorry, screwing. I was screwing around on, uh, trying to launch my new Instagram account, my new YouTube channel this morning. I got so excited about it. Screwing around. I think it’s called the capable child. Did you see the guy? Oh yeah, you were that guy I had on yesterday. You know, the guy who was in jail.
Caleb Beaver (00:25):
Sevan Matossian (00:26):
Um, he has a YouTube account. He just makes one minute videos every day, like anywhere between one to seven. And I was like, oh, I’m gonna do that. And I just launched a YouTube page, YouTube page called the capable child. And then, uh, and I’m calling it a parenting consulting service and my wife goes, how much are you gonna charge? I said, 500 bucks. She goes, why don’t you start? Like at 300 bucks. I’m like, cause I don’t wanna talk to anyone. I don’t wanna like, if I talk to you, like I wanna know like, oh, 500. Yeah. Okay. I can stop and give you my undivided attention cuz there’s so much other shit. I’d rather do you know what I mean?
Caleb Beaver (01:02):
It’s like how you pick your, uh, pick your kids’ instructors.
Sevan Matossian (01:06):
Yeah. You know what I
Caleb Beaver (01:07):
Mean? You wanna work with
Sevan Matossian (01:08):
Them? Yeah. And uh, I, I just, I don’t know what takes me so long to realize shit, but it’s, it, it kind of like took me showing Hiller the, uh, the account. I mean literally everywhere I go fucking half to like, I can’t even fucking go to the store without people stop me and start asking me about my kids. And it’s not just the way they look, the way they moved, the way they interact with people. I’m like, okay, fine. I’ll just start putting out one minute video, start sharing these what I’m doing, what I see and uh, and hope and, and, and spread the message. And it’s fun. It, it it’ll add to some creativity and shit. If I get, if I get one consulting job, that’ll pay for piano lessons for the month.
Caleb Beaver (01:48):
There you go. Too easy.
Sevan Matossian (01:50):
Yeah. Done. If I get zero consulting jobs, if I get zero consulting jobs, it’s even better. Cuz then I just have to, I get to keep hanging out with my kids and doing this podcast. Carlos Mahias from light CrossFit. Did you see his Instagram? Uh, actually I don’t even know if it’s called light. CrossFit’s actually, I think it’s called light athletics. I didn’t send you notes. Cause there are no notes by the way you have bugs in the hospital. Yeah. Uh, life, life athlete athletes. L Y F E L Y F E. He’s he, by the way, he’s not late. That is totally my fault. Like one second before I came on, I sent him the, uh, the link, like a douche. I don’t know why I was just on a, I am really excited about this new Instagram account, like really pumped. Hey, do you remember that guy? David Smith. Do you remember? Say that again?
Caleb Beaver (02:49):
Say maybe this one will get shadow band. Cause it’s all about ING.
Sevan Matossian (02:53):
Yeah. I don’t think my kids want, I don’t think the three playing brothers won a shadow band either. By the way, this is going to be continued in the series of, uh, affiliate shows. Um, if you go to that Instagram account here, I’m gonna send it to you in the, um, private chat. It does say it is a, uh, cross. Well, it doesn’t say it’s a crossword image. Just says helping people improve their lives. CrossFit is for everyone. Oh. And you know what? I think he U you know where you’re supposed to put in pronouns. I think he typed in Jim physical fitness center. That’s clever pronouns. There he is. Carlos. I’m so sorry. I sent you the, the link with, uh, so late.
Carlos Mejias (03:43):
All right. See you guys, but I can’t hear you hold up
Sevan Matossian (03:46):
Even better. I hate to apologize. I hate for anyone to hear me say, sorry. That’s what happens. I, I send you the link late. Completely my fault.
Carlos Mejias (03:56):
See what happens?
Sevan Matossian (04:02):
I got on the scale yesterday, Kayla, because we, I had to pull the scale out cuz the kids are getting ready to do a juujitsu tournament this Saturday.
Caleb Beaver (04:09):
Sevan Matossian (04:10):
And uh, whew, 1 71 70.
Caleb Beaver (04:16):
Sevan Matossian (04:16):
A big version of me.
Caleb Beaver (04:18):
You’re thick. You’re a thick old boy.
Sevan Matossian (04:22):
5, 5, 1 70. I know. I, I don’t like being this heavy. I’m going to, uh, cut back on the two pounds of Macadamian that’s I eat every night before I go to bed.
Caleb Beaver (04:30):
Caleb Beaver (04:33):
So just up
Carlos Mejias (04:33):
Sevan Matossian (04:34):
Carlos, what’s up, dude?
Carlos Mejias (04:36):
Sevan Matossian (04:37):
Sorry. I sent you the link so late dude. That was ridiculous. I normally send it like 10 or 15 minutes ahead of time. And I was just like screwing around, just sitting on the couch. Just chilling
Carlos Mejias (04:46):
That couch behind you.
Sevan Matossian (04:48):
No, that couch is just for show that one. No one sits on that.
Caleb Beaver (04:52):
That’s his couch.
Sevan Matossian (04:54):
This is just to display my gear.
Caleb Beaver (04:58):
Carlos Mejias (04:58):
Sevan Matossian (05:00):
Hey, um, I wore that shirt yesterday. I I, that was poor planning on my part. That’s a really nice shirt. I get compliments on it every time I wear it.
Carlos Mejias (05:08):
Thank you man.
Sevan Matossian (05:09):
Yeah, it’s a life shirt. Yeah. Did you wanna call it? Um, uh, L life L I F E, but it was already taken.
Carlos Mejias (05:17):
Uh, I did, well, my did it wasn’t taken. They just, um, gave me the excuse that it was too similar to li to live or something like that. And, but I was like, I gave him the whole spill. So life stands for live your fitness every day.
Sevan Matossian (05:34):
Oh, okay. I’ll buy it. I’ll buy it. Yeah.
Carlos Mejias (05:37):
And uh, we made that because we never stopped working out during the pandemic, you
Sevan Matossian (05:43):
Carlos Mejias (05:45):
Sevan Matossian (05:45):
God, I love that subject. Yep. Hey, um, it looks like you got a great crew too.
Carlos Mejias (05:51):
Sevan Matossian (05:53):
When you did that, did you lose, uh, every affiliate owner that I’ve spoken with? That was a bit contentious right? During the pandemic. Like maybe some of your clients thought that if you kept it open, you were being, um, negligent and, and, and not safe. And so they didn’t wanna be any part of you. So they left. Did that happen?
Carlos Mejias (06:12):
Um, no, not really. The ones that didn’t wanna be part of it. They, they, they stayed home. So we gave them equipment, you know, we gave him our equipment and stuff. We gave him like a row, whatever it was first come first serve. So when they, when they told us to shut down, I didn’t wanna do it. Uh, put my other partners, um, kind of were on it and they wanted to, so I took enough equipment home to my house to be able to have six people working out at a time. So I had it at my house and then the rest of the equipment, we gave it all out. We gave it all out to people so they can work out from home. And what I did, I was streaming the classes from my house online. So people were watching us work out and they would follow the workout. But I had at one point at my house, I think we had like 70 people coming, obviously in and out. Um, we were working out from 7:00 AM, all the way to 7:00 PM. Um, right there in the front porch of my house. Right outside here.
Sevan Matossian (07:22):
Well, you’re in Florida.
Carlos Mejias (07:24):
Yep. Hollywood, Florida,
Sevan Matossian (07:25):
Hollywood, Florida. Is that a coastal town?
Carlos Mejias (07:28):
Sevan Matossian (07:31):
I have this theory and some people don’t like it, but I, but I, but I, they think it’s not true, but I SW I I’m really, really convinced. It’s true that BEC that the coastal towns have healthier people because, well, not only coastal towns, but warmer, warmer clients near the coast. We have healthier people because we’ve leveraged our egos to not wanna look sloppy because we wear less clothes. It it’s kind of like how I tighten up a little bit in the summer. Right. Yeah. Because I know my shirt’s gonna be off more and I, I, I think that, uh, it’s kind of a good way to leverage the ego to be healthy. Do you think that’s true?
Carlos Mejias (08:09):
Um, I think part of it, I mean, it depends, um,
Sevan Matossian (08:12):
Like you go to the middle east where the women are covered and they in so many of them just seem obese. Yeah.
Carlos Mejias (08:18):
Sevan Matossian (08:18):
Cause they’re covered up, like, who are they trying to show off to?
Carlos Mejias (08:21):
Of course I get that. But even, even then, I think it’s more the culture and who you surround with. So like down, here’s a lot of, um, Hispanics and stuff. So you’ll go to the beach and you see a bunch of overweight people, you know, like
Sevan Matossian (08:36):
Some we goos and go gold deto and go,
Carlos Mejias (08:39):
Sevan Matossian (08:40):
And now I’m just showing off. I’m just showing off.
Carlos Mejias (08:42):
Yeah, yeah, yeah. See that. So it happens. It, um, it depends on where you’re at. Like, like if you go to south beach and stuff where it’s like the, the it’s kind of like LA, right? Like if you go to that where you were at Newport, right? Yeah. All beautiful people, plastic surgery, all that stuff. You have that here, but you come up a little bit more north and it starts coming more regular and regular and regular. And by the time you get to like mid Florida, it’s just, you know, same like everywhere else, 70% overweight.
Sevan Matossian (09:14):
Yeah. Yep. If you just go 10 miles inland from my house, it, it, it turns into just a Rollie Ville, just everyone’s huge.
Carlos Mejias (09:22):
Sevan Matossian (09:24):
What did you see, Carlos? How come you, weren’t afraid of, um, of, of, of, of dying from this from all the scare tactics they showed, what, what statistics or numbers, or what evidence did you have that made you feel that it was okay and you have kids, right?
Carlos Mejias (09:40):
Yes. Three kids.
Sevan Matossian (09:41):
So you must and, and, and a, and a wife and
Carlos Mejias (09:44):
Sevan Matossian (09:44):
Wife. Yeah. So you must have felt pretty confident in some statistics or some numbers you saw that it was okay to keep interacting with people. I mean, we’re seeing now, I don’t know if it’s true, but we’re seeing now that there’s a city in China of 13 million people, that’s being kept inside for something that you weren’t afraid of. I’m curious what you saw that made you think that it was okay to just keep working out.
Carlos Mejias (10:06):
Um, so I truly believe in CrossFit and, um, the health benefits of it. So, you know how the, at the games are always taught, always talk about the known and on noble. Um, I think that is more towards the health part of it. So, um, I was like, okay, cross it, the known and the on noble, I don’t know nothing about this. What better way to put it to the test? Every time I talk to my gym, uh, members is, you know, processes your lives. It is everything. It’s the answer for so many things. Um, if I don’t believe it and I don’t put it to the test, why should I be talking about it? So I said, um, yeah, I’m not gonna stop. We’re gonna keep going. And we’ll see what happens. We’ll find out we’re gonna put it to the test. And that was my, my thing, the unknown, you know, let’s, let’s make a novel now that it, that cross, that is the answer.
Sevan Matossian (11:13):
I, I, I wish I, I didn’t have quite as much faith as you did. I saw, I, I, I saw two things. Um, I saw two things that made me convince me. One was I looked at the people who were dying in China and they were, the vast majority were over 65 and they had been smoking for 30 years or more the vast, vast majority, you know, like in the, and then the second thing is you, you know, were as, uh, sort of disciples of CrossFit. We’ve been, um, it’s been really shared to us over the past 15 years, how bad sugar is, right? Yep. Yep. So I started digging into more into sugar and I started seeing the damage. It does to the immune system, not even damage. It makes it incapable. When you eat sugar, it makes your immune system, um, incapable of working, you know, it stunts its ability to, uh, send out NK cells and T cells, the white blood cells to defend against infection and quickly. I mean, it only took me, you know, less than a day to figure that out. And then I was like, yeah, you’re right. I follow this protocol of diet and movement. And I, my immune system should be able to fight off anything. And if it can’t, there’s no way I’m gonna be able to run from this thing forever.
Carlos Mejias (12:22):
Sevan Matossian (12:23):
Right. So, um, what about your, um, family and friends? Were they scared? Was your wife like Carlos? I think you’ve taken this to F well, let me go back one step before I that yes. And what shocks me is, is what you just said. I really expected to come out of CrossFit HQ.
Carlos Mejias (12:39):
Sevan Matossian (12:40):
I really, really expected someone at HQ to say, because we were used to it with Greg Glassman. Don’t worry, guys. We have the cure to the world’s most vexing problem. I’ve been telling you for 15 years to get on the lifeboats. Don’t worry. Um, you’re fine. And then to maybe tell the world, Hey, even if they think we’re crazy to be like, Hey, come on to the lifeboats, you’ll be with like-minded people. You can go to Carlos’ house and you’ll see what they’re eating and how to move. But, but we never received that to this day. We still haven’t received that. And instead, they made an effort to get money from the government to support the gyms, which went against the kind of the ethos or the spirit of what CrossFit is, is to be, um, accountable. Right?
Carlos Mejias (13:22):
Yeah. Yeah. I, I was a little disappointed in that and also like, um, so I’m a huge, I don’t wanna say a fan, but I think Ben is like a huge mentor to me.
Sevan Matossian (13:32):
Sure. Yep. And a
Carlos Mejias (13:33):
Lot of their big names were like, oh, we’re the first one to close our gym and do this and do that. And it’s like, man, what is happening? Why is no one standing up for what we live? Obviously Craig Howard did. And a lot of other people did, but the men, the people that I was follow, you know, were more like in the east coast. So you kind of like stay with people in the east coast. And they,
Sevan Matossian (13:58):
I was shocked by Ben Bergeron too. Yeah. Because, because he is wa he is a man of wisdom. Yes. He can think clearly. And yet what he did was kind of worse than because he’s a leader. Um, he, he perpetuated the fear instead of sort of, I don’t, I know he probably didn’t wanna be put into a place where he was being divisive or polarizing. Yeah. But when you, when you start building those plastic walls and do the mask, you start perpetuating the fear, the lie, you start perpetuating the lie. Let’s just fucking face it. Yeah,
Carlos Mejias (14:33):
Exactly, exactly. So that, that, yeah, that was, um, the, the whole thing I was, I was shocked. I was a little lost, but then again, right back to what Greg Lastman taught us all is like, we have the answer to the world, most vaccine problem. Let’s, let’s just put it to the test and see if it’s true. And kind of like all, you know, all 70 of us, nothing happened to us. We kept living our life. These people, social, mental state never got affected. I mean, to this day, they missed the days that we were having out here, you know, um, in the front of my house. But man that got, we did that for eight months, eight months straight. And it was working from seven to seven, everybody at my house every day, not gonna say I got a little TIR towards the end, but I was happy to open the new gym and, and, and go back and, and, um, and start working out at the gym and have my home to be my home, you know? So it, it was cool.
Sevan Matossian (15:39):
So did, so when you went into the pandemic, when you came out, the other side, the, your gym had closed and you had to open a new gym?
Carlos Mejias (15:46):
No. So what happened? Let me go back.
Sevan Matossian (15:49):
Okay, please. So,
Carlos Mejias (15:51):
Um, when I started cross that I studied at another gym, uh, and then from there they asked me to become an owner. I did, we grew that gym right before the pandemic to 227 members. Wow. I quit. Yeah. I quit my job. Um, I used to do drywall construction. I quit that, that wasn’t changing the world. I wanted something to do that will help the world be a better place. So I did that. We were there for five years and then I was going, um, it was too many of us. It was five owners. It was too many of us. So I was like, let me go. And the biggest one here, I’m gonna go. So you guys can keep going. And the pandemic was perfect. It was like, okay, look, I’m already not there. Let’s, let’s make this happen. I was gonna go move to Tennessee. And my that happened on my birthday when we decided to move. And then on the next day, my wife’s birthday and she finds out that her mom has leukemia. So she tells me right there, we can’t leave. I gotta stay here. And I told her that
Sevan Matossian (17:03):
I, her mom lives in, uh, Hollywood also. Yeah,
Carlos Mejias (17:06):
She, yeah, she was down here too. Okay. And she didn’t wanna leave her. So I, I totally understood. Told me, she told me, figure it out. And I did, I got up that morning at three in the morning. I started looking for a place, uh, an empty spot and another gym had closed another across the gym. Um, and then I went to go look at that place and it was empty. I contacted the landlord and we went for it and he were two years later. It was, uh, October of 20, 20 our first date?
Sevan Matossian (17:39):
Uh, no. So you go into a location where there was already a gym. Yep. And you didn’t feel like maybe, um, it was cursed or Hey, maybe the foot traffic or
Carlos Mejias (17:50):
No? Um, no, not at all. I think it is up to you, man. Um, it’s all up to us to make it work and make it happen. I don’t think of any, no,
Sevan Matossian (18:03):
You weren’t like, man, this is a shitty location that no.
Carlos Mejias (18:07):
Nope. None of that. Uh, no excuses. Um, we don’t put any excuses. If you put your heart, you work into it and you believe in what you’re doing. I, I think it’s gonna pay off. So
Sevan Matossian (18:18):
Carlos, this is totally off subject here. Yeah. Why not run a, um, why not do both? Why not run the, um, uh, what, what, what, uh, where are you from Carlos?
Carlos Mejias (18:32):
I’m from Venezuela.
Sevan Matossian (18:34):
Why not find some Venezuelan homeboys who just came across the border? Um, tell them, Hey, come to Hollywood. I’m going to teach you guys the drywall business. Keep that business going. Um, ha ha have, uh, some, some young men, um, dry walling for you. I don’t mean to be sexist. I just don’t see a lot of women doing that job. No,
Carlos Mejias (18:54):
We, I have women. I have women doing it.
Sevan Matossian (18:56):
Fine, fine. Some and some, some hot women. And then, and then also run the gym. Do both.
Carlos Mejias (19:02):
Um, I did, I did both for a little while when I was at the other gym and it, you can only do one thing a hundred percent.
Sevan Matossian (19:12):
Carlos Mejias (19:13):
Right. Um, so I had those two things going. I was basically doing 50% to one 50% to the other one. Then my family, everything else you have going on in life. And I decided that no, if I really want the gym to work and be a business, I had to be in it. And dude, yeah, once I did that, we were able to everyone get a salary. Now the gym is actual business is running. We’re changing life. It’s growing. I can provide, um, full-time, uh, jobs for other people, other coaches that wanna do this full time. No, part-time, you know, I’m I wanna make the box be better than what it is like, like the, the whole business of okay. Have a gym, but then you have a bunch of side hustles. I don’t think that’s a good idea. I think we should have a gym and not keep it. Like I have a 6,500 square foot gym for me. I think that’s, that’s just, that’s all school now. That’s what’s the all school way to do and cross it. Let’s my goal is to create one day to take over a hospital and make that a gym I wanted, I,
Sevan Matossian (20:32):
You mean like an old hospital or an old elementary school or old school
Carlos Mejias (20:36):
Or something, something huge. Yeah. And make that a again, I hate when I see hospitals and they keep growing and growing and building up top of buildings on top of buildings, especially down here is crazy. And it should be the other way. We should be the ones, having those big places and, um, changing people’s life, like 300 people at the gym is not gonna do anything. It’s gonna, that. Let’s say there’s 15,000 affiliates and each have 300 members. That’s only 4.5 million people like in the world. We should have affiliates of 3000, 5,000, you know, more and actually change the world, make it a real thing. So we got plans. We got plans coming up.
Sevan Matossian (21:25):
I, I, um, when you said hospital, I sometimes I I’ve drive by like abandoned high schools or abandoned like city colleges. And I always think that, man, what a great place,
Carlos Mejias (21:35):
Dude, amazing with a track, a pool, everything, you know, like everything in one spot, even you can have the doctors that actually wanna help people be in your facility and have their practices running through there. And then guess what? The I’m gonna give you this for now, your insulin and stuff, whatever you need for now to keep you alive. But the cure is right outside this doors.
Sevan Matossian (22:02):
Carlos, do you think this is too harsh? What I’m about to say? I’m about to say something kind of fucked up ready?
Carlos Mejias (22:07):
Um, <laugh> no, nothing you say is too harsh, man. Okay.
Sevan Matossian (22:12):
In CA in California. They’re they’re they’re they say they’re building, um, homes. Now they’re about to pass a law to build homes for homeless people. And I, and I, I think that that’s a lie. I think that they’re building homes for drug addicts. Okay. And, and then I had a guest on yesterday. He said, that’s a lie too. They’re not drug addicts. They’re people with trauma. Okay. Like how deep do you wanna go? Okay. Um, what if we, what if we didn’t use that money for that? And instead we built giant centers, like the one you’re saying, and so you can join the army, right. When you’re 18, you can join the peace Corps. Are you familiar with that organization? Yeah. Okay. Why not? Why not build something that, the gov that, um, that you go to God, I hate to say it would be the government, but, um, why not build somewhere where for a year you go and get your, just your health back. That’s it. It’s just a place you work out for a year and, and it’s free. And it’s subsidized by, by the government. If they’re gonna, I mean, I would rather open a facility for people who wanna help themselves than a place to house drug addicts who are on the street.
Carlos Mejias (23:17):
Sevan Matossian (23:21):
It doesn’t, it seems like a no brainer. Right. And then we’re investing in our kids’ future. We might have to suffer a little bit with the homeless people and the drug addicts, but within 10 or 15 or 20 years will have this whole army of people will have 4.5 million people in the United States alone. Who’ve gone through this one year program where they lived at one of these hospital school, abandoned places. That was a,
Carlos Mejias (23:42):
Yeah, that’s the goal. It’s so easy. So easy, dude. That, and that’s why like, um, you know, we have gym that like the easiest,
Sevan Matossian (23:52):
Like keep taking care of the sick and not the healthy. Yeah. Like, why don’t we just take care of why don’t we invest in the healthy? A friend of mine told me one time. I said, Hey, what shouldn’t I eat? And he said, stop pouring about what you shouldn’t eat and just focus on what you should eat. And I don’t know if he was right, but I really like that. Yep,
Carlos Mejias (24:08):
Sevan Matossian (24:08):
Like, Hey, here’s the list of things you’re supposed to get focus on that. And you’ll manifest those things.
Carlos Mejias (24:13):
That’s it easy. It’s easy. So then that’s, that’s the goal. Like my goal is to, it’s always harder to change someone. That’s been 40 years fucking eating like shit. And, and you know, like they don’t care. Like that’s the 5% of people that are not going to care. I have family members that see my change. I am fear. I got apps, a fucking 38 that I never had in my whole life. And they see me. They see me. They tell me every time, holy shit, Carlos, you look amazing yet. Hey, here have this fucking, um, cupcake or have this, or come here home. So we can have all this fried food. And it’s like, dude, you have to change that. And they, they just don’t wanna hear it. So for me, I think the easiest thing to do is like my kids and any in my gym, I don’t, I let all the parents bring their kids. Those kids when they literally, I have a, a mom right now that she just had the baby and brought the baby two months old to the gym and she puts them right in front of her, working out that
Sevan Matossian (25:29):
As it should be.
Carlos Mejias (25:30):
Yep. And that life, that kid, that gym, our community is gonna be in their DNA forever. Right. Are never gonna have to tell them like a kid, right? Like an infant. You don’t have to teach. ’em how to squat. They’re squatting from the beginning. Right. When my kids started doing CrossFit, I didn’t teach him. I told them, grab the barber and do a squat. And they got it. That’s it. I didn’t have to teach him anything. But if a 40 year old comes in, literally it is like they’re breaking in half trying to do a squat, trying to do something. So dude is, is for me, is, is the, the sacrifices that we’re gonna make today is what’s gonna change the world in 30, 40, 50 years from now for my kids to see this and, and, and do like the government and all that stuff. Everyone is, you know, like the student loans and all that shit. And the, all this sickness that we have to take care of. I’m not gonna pay for it. My kids are right. So if I, and their kids and their kids, like we don’t fix that. Um, you know, we’re gonna get to a point where it’s all gonna go to crap,
Sevan Matossian (26:43):
A AF. So as you, um, as you decide, you’re not gonna move to Tennessee. You’re gonna stay there and open the gym. Did you already have the name already? Like decided li life, life athletics.
Carlos Mejias (26:53):
Yeah. We decided that in the, over here on the driveway, we kind of like make it a little thing for us on the, on the driveway. Um, uh, yeah, one day my wife got up and she’s like, I, I got it. This is the name. And again, because we were literally never stopped. We, it was so funny. So day, maybe day three of us being at home. Literally they, they shut our gym down on a Friday. Saturday morning. I had the rig up in the front of the house. I had my EV the whole floor, the session, everything Saturday morning, we’re working out by Monday. Uh, people were calling the cops already, you know, my neighbors and stuff, and the cops will come in and they’re like, dude, uh, this is amazing. I can’t believe you guys are doing this. And I can’t do nothing to you. You’re inside your house. Like I, it’s not like you’re running out. You’re not doing nothing outside. You’re not breaking any loss. Do you mind if we stay here and watch you guys work out, do we have like at one point like five cups sitting there outside working out
Sevan Matossian (28:02):
That that’s awesome.
Carlos Mejias (28:04):
So my neighbor must be pissed. Whoever called, I don’t know who he was. I never found out, but whoever called is like, I just called the cops on this guy and now the freaking cops are working out what the fuck is going on.
Sevan Matossian (28:16):
Yeah. That doesn’t work so well. Right. Yeah.
Carlos Mejias (28:18):
So, so at the end, they, they ended up calling Coda’s code enforcement. They’re like, again, we can do nothing to you, but please, um, put down the rig. I had a, literally a whole rig in the front of the house and I put down the rig so I can tell them that you did that at least. And all right, fine. We, we took the rig down and we, the pull ups in the carport. And that was it.
Sevan Matossian (28:43):
Um, someone from the city came and said that to you,
Carlos Mejias (28:45):
Can you? Yeah. They kind of like give something so that you can, so they stop calling. Like, it’s just, it’s just annoying about the, like now they were calling every day.
Sevan Matossian (28:53):
That’s pretty cool. That’s pretty cool.
Carlos Mejias (28:56):
Yeah. Yeah. So we did that and that was it. We kept going
Sevan Matossian (28:59):
Fight for the fittest, being a medical professional and someone torn here. Everything has its place. Fitness and health is a major part of my life, but medicine has its place too. No one is saying that no one is saying that, um, medicine doesn’t have its place in the world. Unfortunately though, that profession and what came out of there in the last two years has been nothing but lies. And when, I mean nothing, I mean, 99% lies. You have to realize that you just got on you at this point. If that, if, if you’re you’re on the wrong side of the fence for, and I’ll give you the, the most clear example, everyone knew the science showed the statistics showed the third grade. Math showed the CDC website showed that you never quarantine, healthy people. They quarantine, healthy people. And medicine has now probably this year is the leading cause of death in the United States. It usually hovers around the third medical errors are usually the third leading cause of death. Now, granted, when I say medical errors, I understand the people are complacent. You go in 300 pounds overweight into see the doctor.
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