#599 – Live Call In Show with HillerFit

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam. I’m alive. Bam. We’re live. Bam. I’m alive. We are bam. Bam, bam, bam.

Andrew Hiller (00:09):

Uh, oh, he did some speed.

Sevan Matossian (00:11):

Yeah. Hey, you know what I’m looking at? Uh, why I’m all fired up? This is look what my, my, um, whenever I go to my YouTube now, um, it starts with, uh, they’re suggest trouble. We’re having trouble streaming to your destination. It’s possible. The R whoever URL think is invalid.

Andrew Hiller (00:32):

Speaking of which, why is your connection so shitty?

Sevan Matossian (00:35):

Well, I’m like stuttering and shit.

Andrew Hiller (00:37):

Your, your foggy and your stuttering a bit.

Sevan Matossian (00:41):

It, um, it’s weird. What’s crazy. Is, is this computer is, uh, it’s plugged in, uh, network preferences. Uh, no, not that, uh,

Andrew Hiller (00:53):

The morning Chaco came and cut your internet,

Sevan Matossian (00:56):

Probably that they’re gonna have to, oh shit. Uh, they’re gonna ha oh, I’m better now, right? I’m better.

Andrew Hiller (01:04):

You’re better. What’d you do? Cor told me, get outta here.

Sevan Matossian (01:08):

I didn’t do

Andrew Hiller (01:08):

Anything. Actually watch this Hiller.

Sevan Matossian (01:10):

<laugh> uh, this morning you say my voice. Why is it better? I’m sorry, what?

Andrew Hiller (01:16):

Why is it better? What did you do?

Sevan Matossian (01:17):

Nothing, but, but my, this computer’s plugged in. It’s not like I use a wifi. Okay. I’m gonna show you something. Um, there are these, um, track and field of there’s, you know, track and field is right. That’s when people run around the track and throw the ball in the javelin and that shit. Okay. Oh yeah. I’m not sure if you’re gonna be able to see this, but, um, this is what YouTube always suggests to me. Now, whenever I go look at, see that chick’s ass right there,

Andrew Hiller (01:40):

That’s a very popular thing. I’ve seen that. Oh yeah.

Sevan Matossian (01:44):

And, and, and then the video starts and there’s, I keep getting these, um, track and field videos and the, the thumbnails of these like pole vaulters or sprinters or triple jumpers with their fucking shorts in their ass. And, uh,

Andrew Hiller (02:00):

Why do you think it is that they’re showing you that? What, what, I

Sevan Matossian (02:02):

Don’t know, but all of a sudden, but what’s crazy is I look at this video, we’ll have like three point it’s been up for 12 hours, 3.5 million views. I’m like, dang, then I, so I’ll be like, who’s the chick. And then I’d go check her on Instagram. And she has like 3000 followers.

Andrew Hiller (02:14):


Sevan Matossian (02:15):

I’m like, wow, that’s not the right word of dude. You cannot, U Bucci is not something that you, um, that’s not a beautiful Badi Bucci is a scent and it’s not, I don’t think it’s a beautiful scent. Like the description of the scent. It’s not a good scent. I mean, I don’t, I don’t know if it’s a bad, do

Andrew Hiller (02:36):

You remember the actual definition of

Sevan Matossian (02:38):

That? Yes. It’s a it’s

Andrew Hiller (02:41):

Smell. Where does it come from?

Sevan Matossian (02:42):

It’s from VI. It’s from, um, uh, it’s the smell of mix of penis, vagina and anus, um, in a steamy room with high humidity after what’s, it’s usually caused by vigorous sex. And it’s like that, it’s a, it’s an odor. It’s a,

Andrew Hiller (02:57):

But the friction is what causes it.

Sevan Matossian (02:59):

It’s like, um, you know, when you, uh, pee after you eat asparagus.

Andrew Hiller (03:04):

Oh fuck. Yes.

Sevan Matossian (03:05):

I wonder what that scent is called. Does that scent have a name?

Andrew Hiller (03:12):

I don’t believe so. Cause everyone will just say it smells like I ate asparagus.

Sevan Matossian (03:17):

It’s bad. Augusta it Augusta.

Andrew Hiller (03:19):

All I know is that you guys kind of went big on that word when I wasn’t on that show and you guys were all speculating that Dave had put me into a garbage can or I was in the sandbag at the CrossFit games. It was at the CrossFit games. You guys were big on that word. I remember I came

Sevan Matossian (03:35):

Into my, did you introduce the word?

Andrew Hiller (03:37):

No, I wasn’t there. I had to figure it out. I had to go back and listen to you guys. Kind of come up with the origin of Budi. I’m like, oh, this is what it’s all about.

Sevan Matossian (03:45):

Do you remember the origin? Do you remember who, who someone in the comments brought it up?

Andrew Hiller (03:50):

I remember that it was right around the OG meetup and Suso was walking onto the camera and everyone’s like where’s Hiller. And the comment section was saying he’s in the sandbag. The one that they brought out at the end, at the three 50 sandbag he’s in there, hip and steel, put him in there. He took his teeth

Sevan Matossian (04:09):


Andrew Hiller (04:11):

It was all in the comment section. It was pretty funny.

Sevan Matossian (04:14):

Hiller says P Steven ply Plyler, Hiller says people should, should be, have transitioned before puberty. That’s fucked because then it incentivizes more to transition their children. Oh, this is about this video. Okay. Before we get into this, so you haven’t seen it, right? I have not watched it. Um, uh, I was told that it was a transition video. Is it the one that says it’s already, uh, men competing against women from five days ago?

Andrew Hiller (04:41):

No, that is an older one. It’s the one from today. 10 years. And no one knew.

Sevan Matossian (04:46):

Okay. No shit. And I can watch that one without watching the men competing against women. One, I can cause I’m gonna watch that one later on tonight. I,

Andrew Hiller (04:55):

I, I try to bookmark a couple of topics and we can, I, I think you said we’re gonna watch it, right?

Sevan Matossian (05:00):

Yeah. We’re gonna watch it.

Andrew Hiller (05:01):

We’re gonna watch it. I guess I can get you up to speed on a couple of things if you’re not understanding, but it is kind of a two parter.

Sevan Matossian (05:07):

Okay. Let me tell people what

Andrew Hiller (05:08):

Happened. Not be to watch the first.

Sevan Matossian (05:09):

So basically Hillary and I were talking this morning. He goes, have you seen the video put up today? And, and I said, no. And he said, I think it’s going to, um, you’re gonna be, uh, um, uh, I don’t know if he used the word enthralled, but it was gonna capture my attention, my undivided attention. I said, yeah. Okay, cool. And he doesn’t normally call there’s actually other times when he’s put out videos, I’m like, oh, I wonder why Hiller didn’t text me and tell me, um, that he put out a good video or something. But, but I usually catch up with the videos. I sit down on the assault bike on like Saturday nights late and, and usually ride for an hour and catch up on like four or five videos I haven’t seen. And, um, he told me about this video and I was like, oh cool.

Sevan Matossian (05:48):

I’ve missed a few videos. I’m going to watch like two or three before that. And then for the treat, I’ll watch this one that you’re saying that you’re, that’s, that’s gonna light me up. And uh, then a little bit later, someone sent me a screenshot of a comment. I don’t know if it was on YouTube or where, but the comment said, I would love to watch Seon. See seven’s face when he watches this video. So then I called Hiller. I’m like, Hey, what’s up? What’s the video about? And he says, it’s just about, it’s about someone who’s been competing to CrossFit games. That was a dude. And now a chick and competing as a chick. Now, I don’t know. And, and I’m, I struggle with even that description, because I don’t know if you can ever be a dude and then be a chick. I don’t think it works that way.

Sevan Matossian (06:29):

I think that best you could be a dude who’s masquerading as a chick. It’s like, if I showed you a picture, it’s like, if I showed you this and I told you, it was my iPhone. Oh, wow, that’s cool. That reflection, but it’s not my iPhone. It’s actually a video representation of my iPhone that you’re watching. That’s being presented on your screen, whatever your screen is, all of you are seeing something different, cuz all your screens are different. It’s like a mag. There was an artist who said that this isn’t a, he would show you a picture of a pipe. And he said, this isn’t a picture of a pipe. This is, or he would say, this is a pipe. And then he’d say this isn’t a pipe. This is a picture of a pipe. Actually, this isn’t a picture of a pipe. This is a painting of a picture of a pipe. And it’s like, yeah, you need to be accurate. And so like, I have trouble with someone who says, if you wanna be grounded in reality that you’re a do <laugh> that you’re okay. Anyway,

Andrew Hiller (07:17):

Uh, I’m trying to keep up and I think I’m doing it. Alright. But I have talked to a handful of people and it’s more like

Sevan Matossian (07:23):

If you’re born a dude, you’re a dude. I think your chromosomes aren’t I was just watching this thing the other day. I actually have it queued up for my live, uh, show. You’re I think your chromosomes, which are like the defining factor of, of why we call people man, or a woman based on your chromosomes. There’s like Xs and Ys and shit. Uh, their, your chromosomes are like in every cell. So it doesn’t matter if you chop off your Dick, you slap on a pair of titties, um, cut, take beta blockers. Like your dude, because the, that definition of that word is based on whatever. Now that doesn’t mean you can’t masquerade as a chick and I have nothing there’s we do Halloween for fuck’s sake. If you wanna do Halloween every day, go ahead. By the way, that’s called mental illness, by the way,

Andrew Hiller (08:07):

What’s that?

Sevan Matossian (08:08):

Oh, that’s so harsh. When, when you don’t accept who you are and you, and you take those types of extremes to, to, uh, to try to find peace and happiness, for instance, and usually society, I shouldn’t say usually you would expect in society for them to, to help you through your mental illness, not exacerbate it. For example, let’s say you are, um, uh, anorexic. They don’t fucking take you to weight loss surgery and fucking give you’re not 6, 180 pounds. And they’re like, let’s make you skinnier. If you wanna be skinnier and give you bariatric surgery, they work on fucking letting, teaching you how to accept your body for what it is and gets you fucking healthy again. But for some reason you can say you feel like a chicken, they chop your cock off. It is, it is not a, uh, it’s a bizarre, bizarre world.

Andrew Hiller (08:59):

I gotta touch on the Steven pier comment what’s which is that. I don’t think that it’s a good idea for somebody to transition before puberty or the age of 12. I said that that is the only way in which it would make sense. Not that I am in support of that.

Sevan Matossian (09:16):

Yeah. I’m not in support of it, period. I’m I’m not in support.

Andrew Hiller (09:19):

I mean, I, yeah, I don’t think it’s a good idea, but I also, I don’t know.

Sevan Matossian (09:23):

I I’m. Okay.

Andrew Hiller (09:24):

It’s always like a, a mental chemistry thing and everything you’re saying is kind of a board that too, you said the whole mental illness, that that’s the way you look at it. I look at it as a certain wiring that I can’t possibly understand what the people are going through. There’s

Sevan Matossian (09:38):

Lots of, of mental illnesses. I can’t understand. There’s tons. All of them. Well, you’ve never had the only one that I understand is the one of having a huge cock and what it does to your ego. That’s the only one I know,

Andrew Hiller (09:47):

Dude. I can see that. I see it now. That’s what, I’m

Sevan Matossian (09:50):

Not transf phobic at all. I’m not transphobic at all. Bring, bring me a handful of trannie. I’ll fucking bathe with them in my big ass. Rich man’s bathtub. I ain’t transphobic at all. They cannot fucking be in sports.

Andrew Hiller (10:03):

That’s what,

Sevan Matossian (10:03):

I don’t have a favorite child, but sometimes one of my child gets a bigger bar than the other bar. It’s just the way it is. And my other kids will go, well, that’s not fair. And I go, that’s a fucked up way of looking at the world. I, you should be happy for your brother that he got a big bar. What do you want me to do? Break off a little piece for him. Bar

Andrew Hiller (10:19):

A bar of

Sevan Matossian (10:19):

Boy, like just like a, like, like a perfect bar or something. You know what I mean? Like, like some sort of bar

Andrew Hiller (10:24):

You should say he’s bigger. He needs more food or he’s, you’re smaller. He needs less food.

Sevan Matossian (10:29):

This thing

Andrew Hiller (10:29):

Doesn’t that doesn’t work or he’s growing. So he needs the bigger bar. You’re already bigger.

Sevan Matossian (10:33):

How about this too? I’m perfectly okay with women participating in men’s sports too, but men are not allowed to participate in women’s sports, but that’s not fair. I don’t care. It’s what does even fair mean? Nothing is fair. Absolutely. Nothing is fair. Nothing. It’s a mental illness to even use that. That’s the victim mentality to even use that

Andrew Hiller (10:59):

Magnus. Nice.

Sevan Matossian (11:00):

What? I got a BJ from a trans woman back in 2005 in Thailand. I’m gay because of that.

Andrew Hiller (11:05):


Sevan Matossian (11:06):

I’d have to, you had a gay experience. <laugh> had a gay experience.

Andrew Hiller (11:14):

Jeffrey Kennedy. How

Sevan Matossian (11:15):

Was that? How was that? Got

Andrew Hiller (11:16):

You, by the way, how was that? I got you with that candy bar. I’m like, what are you giving him? Chocolate Jeffrey picked up on that. You’re like, no, it’s a perfect bar.

Sevan Matossian (11:23):

Did, did you <laugh> did you last longer Magnus knowing it was a dude

Andrew Hiller (11:28):

Or did you not know until after

Sevan Matossian (11:30):

No, he knew he was just trying things out. It’s like, it’s like eating mushrooms at a, uh, restaurant, uh, like paying a hundred bucks for them to like grind some mushrooms on your what’s that called. They do it in fancy restaurants and, and where

Andrew Hiller (11:43):

They like

Sevan Matossian (11:43):

Shred cheese truffles. Yeah. Sh truffles, truffles, truffles dude.

Andrew Hiller (11:47):

One of the best movies ever is an IIS cage movie. And someone steals his truffle pig. It’s called pig. I know you haven’t seen it.

Sevan Matossian (11:55):

I have not. Sometimes

Andrew Hiller (11:56):

I read these comments that I don’t know if they’re actually angry, if it’s just so deep sarcasm that I don’t understand it. Like Juliana Beddington that, that, that seems like it could be sarcastic or really angry.

Sevan Matossian (12:08):

I used to go to the biggest trany party in the, well, I I’m gonna, I’m gonna say this and someone’s gonna be like, no, it’s not, but I don’t care. I used to go to the biggest tranny party in the world every year, it was called the erotic exotic ball in San Francisco, massive tranny party. Massive. And one time I fucking, I, I walk in there and there’s this fucking giant woman. Who’s like fucking six, eight, and she’s got these huge set of tits and they’re just out and I run over and just put my face in the titties. And then I feel my friend grabbed me on the shirt and they said, it’s a dude. <laugh>

Andrew Hiller (12:42):

And then your response was so yeah, like titties

Sevan Matossian (12:45):

Fucked up my night. Boy,

Andrew Hiller (12:48):

Are you trying to ruin my night for, and you dive back in,

Sevan Matossian (12:51):

Um, I’ve told this story before, but I gotta tell, did you ever, did I tell you about how I used the, when I used the bathroom at this place? What happened? Yeah,

Andrew Hiller (12:58):

I think I was on the, I was on the phone with you. <laugh> when you were, I tell you’re like where the fuck’s the door, is that what you’re talking about?

Sevan Matossian (13:05):

No, no, no, no. Um, maybe not. No, no, no. So I go to the tic exotic ball I’m in high school or, or just outta high school. I can’t remember. Definitely not old enough to be in there. And I go there and, and, and there’s two bathrooms, men and women, but it doesn’t matter. You can’t fuck. It’s just, it’s just, you know what I mean? Like, no one cares at the erotic exotic ball. It’s, it’s both, both, uh, are both sexes, you know, and it’s just, trany galore. The majority of people are dressed like in, uh, it’s men dressed as women. Um, I have to pee so fucking bad. And there’s this huge, I don’t know if it’s 33 or 50 gallon. I think it’s 33. I dunno, 50 gallon, 33 gallon trash can. And it’s one of those steel ones with the huge black bag pulled and I just walk over to it and I’m just tall enough. And everyone’s around. There’s thousands of people around to huge ends at the Moscone center, huge indoor place. And I crest my balls or my penis over the, the, the lip of the trash can. And I just pee before I’m done peeing and I don’t pee for very long. I got a small bladder there. I’m shoulder to shoulder with dudes peeing in the trash can. Um, and I don’t think my Dick touched anyone else’s, uh, penis, but, um, when I went by that trashcan, 15 minutes later, it was fucking to the top dude with urine.

Andrew Hiller (14:25):

<laugh> are you trying to say you, you were the person who broke the seal.

Sevan Matossian (14:28):

It was the most disgusting thing I’d ever seen. I would can’t believe no, I’m a trendsetter. I’m just a trend setter.

Andrew Hiller (14:37):

That’s it? You’re a trend setter. Yeah. So, so before that there was no urine in there. It was just a garbage can.

Sevan Matossian (14:44):

Uh, and that was a garbage, yeah, it was just a, yeah, just a garbage, garbage urine. It was just a garbage can that my cock balls hung over the edge and they filled urine. I love that this show is such a safe place. That, um, how did that dude get blown by some I’m glad you told the story, but how did you get blown by someone? Not know, not know it’s a girl, it’s a boy blowing you, but, but then afterwards you knew, how did you find out afterwards?

Andrew Hiller (15:09):

Oh, you he’s like

Sevan Matossian (15:10):

Aha. A penis. Gotcha.

Andrew Hiller (15:15):

Maybe he woke up the next day. I don’t know. It’s something you pulled it up. It said he was drunk, right?

Sevan Matossian (15:20):

Yeah. But what I’m saying, he said he didn’t know that it was a dude, but at some point he had to find out

Andrew Hiller (15:26):

You never been in a situation like that.

Sevan Matossian (15:30):

Where, where I was hooking up with someone. And then I, later on, I found out it was a dude. Well,

Andrew Hiller (15:34):

Didn’t find maybe not that sort of way, but find out something in the middle of, or after that, you’re like, oh, I’m thinking differently of the situation now in hindsight.

Sevan Matossian (15:45):

No, the only, he

Andrew Hiller (15:46):

Totally a hindsight situation.

Sevan Matossian (15:47):

No, the only, the only, um, I put my face in the boobs of that tranny. And then another time I was at, I was in San Francisco at like some wine and cheese event, uh, with my buddy, Chad and this chick walk by and she was, she was so fucking hot. And me and Chad, like, it was, it was like one situations where she walks by and we just go like this and this cop walks up to us and goes, that’s a man. <laugh>

Andrew Hiller (16:19):

I see

Sevan Matossian (16:20):

You. Can’t take

Andrew Hiller (16:21):

A look back. Just like, was it Greg? Who said he got the blowjob from a trainer? He can’t take it back. He found out after

Sevan Matossian (16:27):

No, it was, it was some guy madness.

Andrew Hiller (16:30):

Magness yes. Magness

Sevan Matossian (16:31):

Enjoy the underwear money. Thank you under, oh, thank you. Wow, Cameron, that’s bold. Cameron and I are every person

Andrew Hiller (16:39):

Now think that I’ve been blown by Aran and cannot confirm nor deny

Sevan Matossian (16:44):

The day after from my friends. Oh, this is a good something.

Andrew Hiller (16:48):

It developed. We got it. It’s been, we

Sevan Matossian (16:51):

Know, Hey that’s because one of your friends sucked his Dick Magnus. <laugh> um, this guy, Cameron and I are friends in, um, we text and he shares some pretty crazy information with me, like a world that I didn’t even know existed. Anyway. I’m not transphobic. It it’s the same reason. I, I don’t let, I don’t, I, I don’t think you should let, um, it’s no different than letting adults, adults

Andrew Hiller (17:20):

9 99.

Sevan Matossian (17:21):

You don’t let adults compete in kids’ competitions. Um, but you would let kids, adult, like you’ll let Olivia ETT compete in the open division. But the open Christie Ramo O’Connell cannot go keep compete in the kids’ division. Do you guys fucking get it? Stop. Everyone just stopped acting stupid. I know you guys in the comments aren’t stupid, but everyone, I was like it’s okay. Well, I mean like women can use the men’s restroom. Men do not get to go use the women’s restroom. Do you know why? Because are disgusts and we’re driven with one fucking goal in life and women just have to pee

Andrew Hiller (17:56):

A hundred thousand subscribers on YouTube. Everyone wants that.

Sevan Matossian (17:59):

<laugh> <laugh>

Andrew Hiller (18:01):

Everyone wants that. I, I knew every guy wanted that.

Sevan Matossian (18:03):

So shallow Hiller, the rest of us, normal guys. Who? Us guys who aren’t superficial. We just want pussy and, and you’re so shallow. You want subscribers?

Andrew Hiller (18:11):

That’s all I want.

Sevan Matossian (18:12):

You’re so super. You’ve lost your way. My friend.

Andrew Hiller (18:15):

No, I, I got, I got my pussy’s inside. I don’t usually, I don’t usually say, but I don’t usually call her that, but I got, I got, I got what I need. I’m good. Now I need subscribers. Yeah. A hundred thousand of them.

Sevan Matossian (18:26):

You have, you have adequate vagina in your life.

Andrew Hiller (18:28):

The best

Sevan Matossian (18:29):

You have enough labia major. Yeah. You have an underwear drawer in your vicinity. You’re happy

Andrew Hiller (18:36):

An underwear drawer. Oh yeah. I can go through it whenever I want.

Sevan Matossian (18:39):

You’re lucky, dude.

Andrew Hiller (18:40):

You’re no longer outta climb through windows to find that stuff.

Sevan Matossian (18:44):

Austin Hartman, disgust toys. I that’s a, um, I got that from my buddy. Travis agent

Andrew Hiller (18:49):

Spiegel, snatch us girls can be pretty disgusting, but a large part of me wants to say that that’s a guy running that account.

Sevan Matossian (18:55):

Yeah. There’s no way scary.

Andrew Hiller (18:57):

I a feeling that’s a male. Chad

Sevan Matossian (19:01):

Christy Ramo would

Andrew Hiller (19:02):

Dominate. You. Don’t like that. She caught him off till it’s a hundred K.

Sevan Matossian (19:05):

Oh, Hey. I had Patrick bed. David on

Andrew Hiller (19:10):

Uhhuh. I know.

Sevan Matossian (19:11):


Andrew Hiller (19:12):

Uhhuh. He did. He, he didn’t allow him to self to get off until he made a million dollars.

Sevan Matossian (19:18):

It was like 17 months. I wanna

Andrew Hiller (19:20):

Know. I wanna know how Chad knows that <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (19:23):

<laugh> is there some truth to that? You

Andrew Hiller (19:26):

Think I’m having fun making five hour videos a day, Chad? Oh my you think I’m doing this for any other reason?

Sevan Matossian (19:34):

Uh, Jorge Hernandez, Fernandez. I called them Jorge. I call him Jorge Hernandez. Jorge Fernandez. Hey, this guy is thick.

Andrew Hiller (19:43):

Oh, he was with, uh, Castro.

Sevan Matossian (19:45):

Yeah. I hugged him. It’s like hugging a bundle of two by fours. It’s it’s silly. <laugh> it’s I took a picture with him. You know, when you take a picture of someone, you can just kinda like cut there, whatever that, that thing is,

Andrew Hiller (19:55):

The trap. This guy.

Sevan Matossian (19:56):

Yeah, the trap. I just, I almost did a one arm pull up on his trap.

Andrew Hiller (20:00):

He’s a big dude. Yeah. I doing strict muscle ups the other day. That looked great. And then the next day he was with Castro and I guess you too. So that’s cool.

Sevan Matossian (20:08):

I just popped in for a minute. I wanna, uh,

Andrew Hiller (20:11):

What were you doing there or

Sevan Matossian (20:12):

Get ’em on the podcast?

Andrew Hiller (20:13):

What was Fernandez doing? Which workout at that point?

Sevan Matossian (20:17):

It was weird. Something, something weird’s going on over there. There was uh, um, I’m trying to remember the other, uh, um, Devin, Kim, and I wanna say there’s this chick name? Patricia or Melissa.

Andrew Hiller (20:28):


Sevan Matossian (20:28):

And this cat here, Jorge Fernandez. He, he qualified for rogue, right? That’s how he popped on my radar. I think. Fuck.

Andrew Hiller (20:36):

I don’t know. Yeah, I should know.

Sevan Matossian (20:38):

And they were there doing the 2008 workouts. Very strange while, while a separate. So Dave’s running those three through workouts while no shit a local gun shop had a, I think this is the thing. Maybe Jorge needs to come on here and tell us, had a party at the ranch that gr that Dave was hosting. And there were like a hundred dudes there. And there were like, uh, it was a trippy mix of Filipino, Chinese, Mexican, um, and like, and, and like white, like, you know what I mean? Like, uh, duck, dynasty cats, a whole mix of those, cuz those are like the gun people Filipinos love a gun. And uh, and then there were vendors there and, and they were having some sort of party there to celebrate the gun shops, like millionth gun sold or something.

Andrew Hiller (21:27):

It was a gun party

Sevan Matossian (21:29):

Kind of.

Andrew Hiller (21:31):

Okay. I follow, I, I was looking for a really big way to throw

Sevan Matossian (21:34):

That. I dunno what was going on. It was just weird

Andrew Hiller (21:36):

Party at the ranch while they were going through the games. Workouts.

Sevan Matossian (21:39):

Yeah. A and that, and that, and that tie a tranny that fucking blew Magnus, uh, was, was also, there was an AR <laugh>

Andrew Hiller (21:49):

With an AR.

Sevan Matossian (21:50):


Andrew Hiller (21:51):

Everyone can do whatever the fuck they want. Right. Anyone can have an AR you,

Sevan Matossian (21:54):

He paid someone for sex. And they said it was a woman, but it was a man. I wonder if you get your money back when you figure that out

Andrew Hiller (22:05):

Half off

Sevan Matossian (22:07):

Castor said, Chevon doesn’t want him on because it’s all about Chevon. Oh, did he say that? He owes me something

Andrew Hiller (22:16):

<laugh> what did he owe you?

Sevan Matossian (22:18):

He’s he’s gonna, he owes me something. I fucked him up the other day on the show when I, I was ripping on him because he doesn’t. Um, cuz he, cuz he does that lazy. He

Andrew Hiller (22:27):

Doesn’t watch my videos.

Sevan Matossian (22:28):

Yeah. Well he makes lazy content. He, he wants to talk about you so bad and be involved in the conversation, but he pretends like he has to wait till someone in his YouTube comments asks about Hillary to answer.

Andrew Hiller (22:38):

I got, I got an incredible video to make on Mr. Dave Castro. And you, you unknowingly helped me out with that.

Sevan Matossian (22:45):

Oh shit. So

Andrew Hiller (22:46):

He’s completely, completely accidental.

Sevan Matossian (22:48):

Am I gonna have choose between your friendships?

Andrew Hiller (22:51):

No, no, no. It’s not that bad. You’re just helping me out and you didn’t know it.

Sevan Matossian (22:57):

Okay. I’m gonna tell you something. One of the guys who’s on the get with the pro graming podcast has also been blown by a tranny

Andrew Hiller (23:05):


Sevan Matossian (23:07):

But I can’t tell you which one

Andrew Hiller (23:10):


Sevan Matossian (23:11):

False. That’s just missing

Andrew Hiller (23:13):

Giggle until you said something else.

Sevan Matossian (23:16):

<laugh> that’s CNN.

Andrew Hiller (23:18):

That’s CNN. I don’t think I’ve ever heard that on CNN. Magnus didn’t pay for that for that blowjob.

Sevan Matossian (23:24):

Oh he didn’t.

Andrew Hiller (23:25):

No he’s he said that as well now. All right. Maybe it’s cuz he got his money back after he found out. So technically he didn’t pay.

Sevan Matossian (23:32):

I’m glad you have standards. Okay. Give me the scoop here. So it’s already done.

Andrew Hiller (23:37):

We’ve done one of these, these in a long time. I bet. I bet we haven’t talked about a thousand of these.

Sevan Matossian (23:41):

Yeah, but we’re gonna we’re uh don’t uh, no. I’ve we’ve talked all the way up to um, we, we have the last 10 days. Let’s not talk. I don’t wanna talk about any of these or maybe wait. Oh yeah. I don’t wanna talk about this one. This one, this one, this one. I wanna talk about this one.

Andrew Hiller (24:02):

Yep. That’s

Sevan Matossian (24:02):

The one and what I need to know about it before I start watching this one right now,

Andrew Hiller (24:07):

What you need to know about it before we watch that one is that Leah Thomas is the swimmer, who was a male, was about the 400 and something. The rank 4 62 rank male NCAA swimmer transitioned to a female, won a particular event, became a highly ranked or the number one ranked female swimmer after having transitioned. Because in that one year transition, she kept her testosterone levels under 10 nano animals per liter, which is the equivalent of about a 2 86 nanogram per deciliter, which is what you’re familiar with. Right? So when you see my testosterone, which was at 7 33, remember that number. So the female number had to be 2 86, which is Olympic standard, 10 nano animals per liter. It’s just the same. It’s just a different increment of measurement there. Um, that is the current CrossFit increment of measurement. Now there are a handful of males who can go into a clinic right now and have testosterone pretty close to that number. They’d be considered hyper gonadal. However, if you were a female and I’ve seen plenty of females, blood work, usually they’re hanging out in the 50 to 60. If they’re like a well hormone profiled, female nanograms per deciliter. So remember 50 to 60. And I told you 2 82 80 is almost five, six times as much. That’s the cutoff for the Leo Thomases of the world.

Sevan Matossian (25:42):

What is it say? What’s the number

Andrew Hiller (25:44):

2 86 ish, which is the equivalent of the 10 animals per liter.

Sevan Matossian (25:51):

But I heard, okay,

Andrew Hiller (25:54):

So for one year you’ve gotta keep it under 2 86

Sevan Matossian (25:58):

And, and Leah Thomas supposedly did that.

Andrew Hiller (26:00):

Yes. And then broke that record. Now most females 50 or 60. So 2 86, 50 or 60. So the way that you should look at this is the female should be able to take the exogenous testosterone up to 2 86 and then the playing field is level. Does that make sense?

Sevan Matossian (26:24):

Yeah. Yeah.

Andrew Hiller (26:25):

So you’re, you’re a normal girl you’re working out and you’re like, what the fuck? She’s over there? Just suppressing. But I should be over here giving myself a boost because she’s already got a boost. Got

Sevan Matossian (26:36):

It. It’s just what ended

Andrew Hiller (26:37):

Up result of what ended up happening is a result of this is the Olympics say, all right, we can’t fucking do this anymore clearly. So they brought it down to 2.5 nano animals per liter, which comes out to about that 60 number that I told you. So now

Sevan Matossian (26:51):

They, oh

Andrew Hiller (26:52):

Shit, they did. Yes. But, and, and the, the Olympics can do that sports specific. So swimming has done that. And a handful of others have not yet. So weightlifting has not for example. And we saw

Sevan Matossian (27:05):

What’s her, has anyone sued? The Olympics? Has, has anyone suing?

Andrew Hiller (27:07):

Not that I saw, no. Someone might have to say something about that. Now the other thing with that is that 2.5 that I has told you yeah. Has to be having started before you hit puberty or the age of 12.

Sevan Matossian (27:20):

Oh. And that’s what that guy is saying. He hates even that wiggle room, because now we’re saying you need to start fucking castrating people at a young age, chemically castrating them.

Andrew Hiller (27:30):

And the that’s

Sevan Matossian (27:31):

A really, that’s a really good point.

Andrew Hiller (27:33):

That was a good idea. That wasn’t me. I’m just saying that’s the new thing and it makes more sense, much more sense. Does it mean it’s right? No, <laugh> right. It’s fucked up.

Sevan Matossian (27:44):

I’m at 69 nano mills per gallon. I’m 69 inches tall. I’m at 69 nano mills. My birthday is on March 69th. I was born in 1969. Every it’s it’s. Everyone knows my favorite item on the McDonald’s menus item. Number 69. What I did with your mom last night, Chris? Well, you know, 69, you sense the pattern here.

Andrew Hiller (28:07):

So did you understand all that?

Sevan Matossian (28:09):

I do. I basically, um,

Andrew Hiller (28:12):

CrossFit vows, old swimming.

Sevan Matossian (28:14):

So nothing you’ve said has made me feel like. So basically what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to find a way to make it fair without addressing the real subject, which is, Hey, um, nothing is fair. It doesn’t matter what you think you are or what you’re not. Um, the, the, the fairest way, if we are gonna do it is we look at your chromosomes and that’s where you compete. Right? If you have these chromosomes, you compete in this category, you don’t even have to call man. And woman, I don’t even care. You can call it XX. You can call it XY category, but basically, and, and they should leave it at that. They should stop trying to worry about this 1% of 1% of 1%.

Andrew Hiller (28:50):

What, what you basically just said is they made it so hard for it to be possible.

Sevan Matossian (28:54):

My IQ is 69. They might,

Andrew Hiller (28:56):

Someone might do it and then it’s gonna cause zone controversy. It’s just so far down the line. It’s it’s like, uh, just rip the bandaid off. Right? <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (29:06):

So bad. It’s so bad. None of it

Andrew Hiller (29:12):

It’s like, it really

Sevan Matossian (29:13):

Is that

Andrew Hiller (29:14):

I’m talking up to people who drink, like people who like to drink and they also wanna lose weight every weekend they drink, they drink. It’s something, it’s something that a phenomenon that you have in an affiliate owner, people like to fuck their entire workout on the weekend. So they go out, they party Friday night, Saturday night, and then Sunday, they eat like shit all day. Cause they don’t wanna move. And then Monday they call mine, they go, oh, I feel like shit. And then by the time Thursday rolls around, they’re good to go again. But then they fuck it all up on Friday. Again, it’s this circle. Yeah. And at some point in time, gotta like work your way away from it or just say, Hey, I’m not drinking anymore on the weekends because I wanna work towards a better place. Yeah. And swimming in my opinion is just like making it worse yeah. In the future. So that you’re getting fatter and fatter and fatter and you don’t even know it. Just say, Hey, we’re not allowing this. We’re not gonna drink on the, we.

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