#602 – Live Call In Show

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Caleb Beaver (00:00):

Do it later,

Sevan Matossian (00:04):

You figured, oh shoot, no rumble again. I, now I have to, I’m never gonna go in and fix that. Pam we’re live for

Caleb Beaver (00:13):

12 seconds. You’re not working

Sevan Matossian (00:15):

What? No, it’s not working there. You know, there’s like two codes, a URL, and then a something they call a stream key that you have to punch in. Yeah. And I knew, I knew something was weird when I was messing with it. But what sucks is you have to, you can stream free to YouTube, but you have to pay like $25 a month minimum to stream to rumble. So I signed us up for that, but

Caleb Beaver (00:40):

Mm, more money, more problems.

Sevan Matossian (00:45):

Yeah. Well said I invited someone to, uh, co-host with me today on the show they declined. I can’t tell like, I’m, I’m, I’m partially like happy they declined, but partially unhappy, not unhappy. Unhappy is too strong.

Caleb Beaver (01:06):

Disappointed.

Sevan Matossian (01:07):

Well, I’m, I’m I’m uh, practically, I’m glad they didn’t. They declined just easier right. About them.

Caleb Beaver (01:18):

No, not prepare for them,

Sevan Matossian (01:20):

But uh, well I just, I, when there’s more, the more people are on here, the more I edit, what I’m I, I rethink what I was going to say.

Caleb Beaver (01:30):

Oh,

Sevan Matossian (01:32):

I just wanna

Caleb Beaver (01:32):

Point out we almost, we almost, it was two and a half hours yesterday out of the two hours and 40 minutes. You only mentioned COVID one time. We almost bullshit.

Sevan Matossian (01:44):

Wow. But was it at, was it at the very end that I fucked it up?

Caleb Beaver (01:49):

No, fuck it up. Yeah. You mentioned it right at the end. It was kind of funny.

Sevan Matossian (01:54):

Darn it. Darn it. Darn

Caleb Beaver (01:55):

It. It was like you read my mind.

Sevan Matossian (01:58):

Um, there is a competition coming ladies and gentlemen, a competition to end all competitions fight for the fittest. I will be there competing in the individual. No, actually I won’t be fight for the fittest. November. First to November 21st is the online qualifier. The Instagram account is I can’t see it fight for the fittest. F I G H T F O R T H E F I T T E S T. Just like it sounds fight for the fittest. All one word. And isn’t that? Don’t they have an app also. I thought they’re graphics. I dunno. The two skeletons. Why do I like skeletons? See that second link below that we got co uh, oh, okay. Here it is. Yeah. Uh, conquest events. It looks like it’s, um, uh, just a, a site where people go, there’s an RX and there’s a scaled category. And there are, um, uh it’s for men and for women. Those are the sexes that may participate. I was so disappointed when, uh, that, um, Austin Alexander plays the gender game. I was really disappointed.

Caleb Beaver (03:31):

<laugh> I wonder if he even knew though, he was just kind of like,

Sevan Matossian (03:35):

Just part, just participating in the mass delusion. It’s so weird. How many people participated in that? I love Jason Kalifa, but I didn’t. I didn’t. I, when I, I was gonna sign up for his app, like to just check it out. But soon as they asked me what my gender is, I fucking bailed. Do you know what they’re really asking to? When they asked for your gender? Not only are they asking for your imagination, but someone recently showed me a job application and they were asking for gender and, um, 80% of the choices regarding gender. I I’m making that up 80. It’s probably like 95. They’re really asking you directly, explicitly whose gender you want. Uh, sorry. Whose genitalia you want rubbing your genitalia. It has nothing. It’s not like that. When I ask you your sex, I’m asking you about your genitalia. When I’m asking you your gender, when there’s choices like queer. Now I’m a, now the question is, is who’s genitalia. Do I want touching my genitalia? You feel me? It’s like, how the fuck is that on a job application? It’s so weird. It’s fucking bizarre.

Caleb Beaver (04:40):

And how does that apply to like the application itself?

Sevan Matossian (04:43):

Yeah. So let’s say even if they just, just kept it pure at imaginary shit, like gender. So you said I’m, uh, frog, man. You know what I mean? Like I’m part frog part man. Or, or let, or, or yeah, yeah. Or, or I’m rabbit man or I’m I’m rabbit woman or I’m um, uh, I, I, I’m not sure what I am. Let’s say you check that box at least still you’re they’re not asking you explicitly about whose genitalia you want sitting on your face, but now, now that’s all, that’s all, every job almost asks that it seems like it’s so weird. Do you know the Pentagon has a DEI chief?

Caleb Beaver (05:22):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (05:22):

Have you seen her

Caleb Beaver (05:24):

Uhuh? Let’s find out.

Sevan Matossian (05:27):

She looks like she’s a fucking 18 year old girl. She uses a word. Um, audacity. It means the audacity of white people co like Caucasian audacity.

Caleb Beaver (05:37):

What

Sevan Matossian (05:37):

Fucking pick that up from fucking Kendrick Lamar. What is that? Some sort of, uh, rap racism, audacity. It’s amazing. All the black stuff has to stop too. It’s not, it’s not, it’s not black.

Sevan Matossian (05:56):

It’s African American culture at most. I don’t even at most there’s no, there’s no white people in the United States who behave like the white people in Finland or nothing like them. So to say all white people, it’s ridiculous. There’s no black people. And what I mean, no, I’m yeah. This chick, this chick looks like some fucking chick I see at a fucking Starbucks, just being a fucking bitch to the, uh, sorry to be so prejudice and discriminatory on her, on her looks. But I was looking at a bunch of pictures of her. She looks at someone like a fucking, um, uh, uh, Karen at a Starbucks complaining that her fucking, uh, drinks not hot enough. I’m so exhausted of these white folks. Look how she spells folks.

Caleb Beaver (06:40):

It’s like that.

Sevan Matossian (06:43):

The dumbing down of America, this lady actually had the audacity to say, black people can be racist too. Holy shit. This lady works in the Pentagon.

Caleb Beaver (07:03):

Yep. Probably not the only one that maybe shouldn’t be working in the department of defense.

Sevan Matossian (07:11):

Holy shit. Hey, just so you know, um, black people can be racist to well, but Sev they don’t have any power fucking, they can be racist and play the victim mindset. How’s that in fucking credible in fucking, and, and a matter of fact, I, I would argue that probably if you, if you were to lump it up, that black people in general are probably more racist than white people,

Caleb Beaver (07:40):

Racist against white people.

Sevan Matossian (07:42):

I mean, all the black people I hung out with were, were always pretty, uh, hardcore races growing up fucking nuts. And what do I mean by that? They have more, uh, they have more, um, uh, judgment and disdain. I, I ne I, I, I was trying to actually think about it when I saw this article. If I know any white people who are openly racist, I don’t, but I’ve known fucking a thousand. I’ve had a thousand black friends that are openly racist towards white people. I, I don’t care.

Caleb Beaver (08:19):

So ask backwards.

Sevan Matossian (08:22):

Oh, it’s fucking nuts. Let me tell you, there’s just as many fucking dip shit, black parents, as there are dip shit, white parents who don’t want their kids to marry a white kid. As there are white kids who don’t want their kids to marry a black kid easily and Chinese and, and, and like, and whatever, and Jewish, and

Caleb Beaver (08:39):

They’re all the same. So,

Sevan Matossian (08:47):

You know, that, that brings me to, uh, can you play one 20? This thing is amazing. This is watch Don lemon here. Get bludgeoned by this lady. This is nuts. This is, he wants reparations paid. He’s claiming that reparations should be paid even just, uh, before I go on, I wanna be very clear. Listen, how Del, first of all, he looks like he got, um, monkey PS or something. He looks like, or he is doing meth. He looks like he’s gotten way too skinny. Something, something happened to Don lemon. That’s, something’s weird. And on top of that, um, listen to the words he uses in all the pre-suppositions. He makes as if something has happened to the people who are here with a certain skin color who are, who are here now, what if I, my kids are, um, Jewish and Armenian, both, both sides of their family escape. They’re 50, 50, they’re 51% Jewish, 49% Armenian. And they both, their families have one generation ago ex um, survived, insane hardship. I have relatives. I could reach back into history and touch who had their stomachs cut open and, and their babies yanked out. And my, my wife has relatives. She can reach back just a little back into history and touch relatives who were fucking thrown in a train and fucking Gast

Sevan Matossian (10:18):

It never, ever fucking lean on that. But what’s worse is, but, but there are a lot of Armenians who want Armenians to lean on that. And there’s a ton of Jews who want Jews to lean on that, just so you know, they want you to remember. They want you to more than remember. They want you to embody that embody, that victim mindset. Those are, those are not, those are not good people, but the worst of them come from people like Don lemon. He’s he demands. He demands that people with dark skin feel inferior and feel play the victim mindset. Anyway, this lady fucks him up and he can’t even hide it. That’s the best part. Okay, action.

Speaker 4 (10:58):

Well, this is coming. When, you know, there’s all of this wealth and you hear about it comes ASLE and it’s facing rising cost of living, uh, living crisis, a sturdy budget cuts and so on. And then you have those who are asking, uh, for reparations, for colonialism. And they’re wondering, you know, a hundred billion dollars, 24 billion here, and there 500 million there. Some people wanna be paid back and, uh, and members of the public are wondering, why are we suffering when you are, you know, you have all of this vast wealth. Those are legitimate concerns.

Speaker 5 (11:29):

Well, I think in terms of if people want though,

Sevan Matossian (11:33):

There’s the preposition. No, one’s concerned. If you, why do you care that the English Royal family has a billion dollars? It does nothing to you. What, what, what do you want them to do? Oh, thank you. What, what do you want the English Royal family to do? Just get, start, just like start giving, handing out their money. What, what are you gonna do with it? I mean, just outta curiosity, what are you gonna do with it? Oh, you’re gonna go into Amazon and buy something and give it to Bezos. Gotcha. Gotcha. I why care? That’s for sure. Right? Right.

Caleb Beaver (12:16):

They can use it for their own self issues

Sevan Matossian (12:19):

And it’s guess whose hands it’s gonna end up in again? It’s so nuts. It’s so nuts. It, the pre-supposition there that something is wrong with rich people. That’s wrong with them having a billion dollars. I was raised like that too. Why who cares? But step on the discrepancy of wealth is greater than it’s ever been. Yeah. The, the, um, uh, quality of life is the discrepancy of wealth between the poorest and the richest. Maybe the biggest it’s ever been, but it still can’t compare. It still can’t compare to how fantastic the quality of life is today than it was 200 years ago. I mean, shit. Anyone can go to fucking CVS and get a COVID vaccine now. Hallelujah. God bless America. Bradley high.

Bradley (13:02):

Hey, what’s going on, Dawn?

Sevan Matossian (13:05):

It’s gonna be really good. Cause I wanna play the rest of this Don lemon clip. This lady works ’em yep.

Bradley (13:09):

What? Play it real quick. You can get on with

Sevan Matossian (13:12):

That. Okay. Standby. Bradley. Okay. So, so he’s saying, let’s talk about reparations and this and this. This is how this lady responds.

Speaker 5 (13:21):

What they need to do is you always need to go back to the beginning of a supply chain. Where was the beginning of the supply chain that was in Africa. And when that crossed the entire world, when the slavery was taking place, which was the first nation in the world that abolished slave, uh, slavery, the first nation in the world to abolish it, it was started by William Wil cause was the British in, in great Britain. They abolished slavery 2000 Naval men died on the high seas trying to stop slavery. Why? Because the African Kings were rounding up their own people. They had them on cages waiting in the beach. Oops, no one was running into Africa to get them. And I think you’re totally right. If reparations need to be paid, we need to go right back to the beginning of that supply chain and say, who was rounding up their own people and having them handcuffing pages. Absolutely. That’s where they should start. And maybe, I don’t know the descendants of those families where they died at the, in the high seas, trying to stop the slavery that those families should receive something too. I think at the same time,

Speaker 4 (14:20):

It’s an interesting discussion, Hillary. Thank you very much. I appreciate it. We’ll continue to discuss in the future.

Sevan Matossian (14:26):

So Don lemon, so Don lemon wants only people to be paid reparations based on their skin color. It’s so it’s fucking fascinating. The whole thing. It’s just, it’s more on hi, Brad. How are you?

Bradley (14:38):

Oh, good. When you, you know, you talking about the whole racism thing, quick little story. So when I opened up my affiliate, um, I’m in south Louisiana. Uh, I opened up in a city or a town, small town. I had no clue about whatsoever. Um, I literally moved away. They didn’t have any CrossFit gyms, didn’t have any gyms opened up a gym. Um, I quickly found out that the town that I was moving into was very, very hard, um, on the racism side. And when, I mean very, very hard, there was a couple times, um, in the first couple years that I was running my affiliate that I literally had to, uh, remove clients, uh, as members of my gym because of their open, um, just dislike for, um, for black people. And it was open. Can you,

Sevan Matossian (15:28):

Can you tell me what that looks like? What does that look like? What do they say

Bradley (15:32):

It it’s just it’s so, uh, give you one example. I remember to the day I can, I can play it back. Um, it was about seven years ago. Where, what

Sevan Matossian (15:41):

State is this? Sorry, what state is this?

Bradley (15:43):

This is Louisiana. Okay. South Louisiana. Okay. Yeah. Um, so we’re doing, we do partners on Saturdays. We’ve done it from the first Saturday. I opened all the way up to now. Uh, so we partner people up. Uh, sometimes you get partnered up with somebody around the same fitness level. Sometimes it’s a little bit different. Um, we partner somebody up, it was a, uh, a, a white woman with a black woman. Um, and the white woman openly in front of the entire class says, Hey, I can’t be your partner. I’m not gonna be a partner with a black person. And I was

Sevan Matossian (16:15):

Like, wow. Wow, wow.

Bradley (16:17):

I was like, wow,

Bradley (16:18):

Holy shit. Like, uh, and, and coming back from, from my experience, uh, my mom was very open with, uh, bringing people into our, our family growing up. My two best friends were black people. So, so it took me back, uh, you know, uh, by surprise that, that somebody was openly just against, uh, a, a different race because of color of skin. Right. Um, so it was, it was a hard experience as an affiliate owner that, to, to go and, uh, and have that experience. Yeah. Um, but, but I, but I quickly quickly found out that, um, that the community that I was in, the, the, the town that I was in was very open to, uh, actively in the K K uh, they would actively pass out flyers, um, up until probably eight years, six or seven years. They maybe eight years ago, they, they, they stopped actively putting flyers in people’s mailboxes, uh, as

Sevan Matossian (17:15):

Can I just say one thing here, BR um, Bradley and I appreciate this story. This is exactly the same as choosing someone because they’re black.

Bradley (17:27):

Correct.

Sevan Matossian (17:28):

It’s, it’s the same thing that people who thought it was okay. That Hiller made the video that said Justin was Nady. Oh, yay. But they were upset when he said Tia was on Roy’s. Yeah. Boo. It’s, they’re both the same. If you support the videos that, um, you support the precedent of someone just judging people on the internet. If you, if you’re gonna choose people, you like, based on your, like, if you’re gonna go out of your way, um, uh, to, to, to, to pick someone because you need a Jew on your team, it’s the same thing as is, is not picking someone okay. Go on. I just wanted to make it clear to people that you can’t have. Um, you can’t have it both ways you can’t, uh, they’re both racism just because one has a happy ending doesn’t mean it’s still not racism because eventually it turns, eventually it turns, yeah. It’s like a little bit of stealing it’s okay. To steal a little bit. That’s the problem with can Canadians, they think a little bit of thumb in your ass from the government’s. Okay. They just don’t want the whole thing. Yeah. It was it’s like,

Bradley (18:25):

It was just a, like, like I said, it was just a very weird experience coming from the way I was raised.

Sevan Matossian (18:29):

How old are you, how old are you when that

Bradley (18:32):

Happened? Uh, 37.

Sevan Matossian (18:33):

Is that the first time

Bradley (18:34):

You, when I, when I, when, when I, when I, when it happened, no. So it was probably, like I said, it was probably seven years ago. Uh, so I was probably 30.

Sevan Matossian (18:42):

Is that the first time you’ve ever seen anything like that in, um, in, uh, your, in your 30 years, your first 30 years of your life?

Bradley (18:48):

You know, I would say, I would say with an understanding of, of what true hatred towards a different race would be, uh, oh,

Sevan Matossian (18:57):

Oh, you think it was true hatred. You think it was true hatred?

Bradley (19:00):

Oh, 100%. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. It was, it was, um, you, you could tell by her demeanor, um, you can tell by she wasn’t joking. It was a, it was a true dis dis dislike for, uh, for the different, for different race. Um, so in, in my 30 years prior, um, I mean, growing up, you had, you know, the country folks that, that when I went to school that were all into, um, you know, doing FFA and, and all that stuff.

Sevan Matossian (19:30):

No, no, I don’t know what that is. What’s FFA

Bradley (19:33):

FFA, like in, in high school, there was, uh, future formers of America. It was called FFA. OK. Uh, that’s where, that’s where all the country, folks, the individuals that worked on the farms, um, that like to do all kind of, you know, the hunting, all, all the fishermen and everything like that, that’s kind of what their, their avenue was if they didn’t play sports in high school. So, um, so in high school you had, you know, you had the separation of the country folks versus, uh, black, the blacks jock or whatever by that. But there was no, there was no true racism that was coming from individual. It wasn’t like I hate black people or, or, or anything like that. This was my, this was my, my true, uh, first encounter with like specifically somebody just disliking a different race.

Sevan Matossian (20:22):

I, um, I had, uh, a bunch of, and this is gonna be hard for you to believe, but I used to be really, uh, savvy with the ladies and I would have tons of girlfriends. And, um, whenever I, my girlfriends who were melanated skin, uh, a hundred percent of the time when I went out with them, a gentleman who of melanated skin would, uh, give me a stern warning. The, the worst was when I was at the ice cube concert. I told the story before, and I was, went up to the front with my girlfriend, I’m holding her hand. And five dudes walked up to me who happened to be meated. And they said, Hey, uh, don’t hold her hand and go to the back. And if we see you come up here again, or hold your hand, we’re gonna fucking beat the fuck outta you. I think maybe they even said kill you. And so, um, I was, uh, I don’t know, 18, 19. That was, that was in one of the whitest towns in America. That happened to me too. That happened in ILO Vista, California, that particular one, but growing up, uh, it wasn’t, yeah, let me be clear. My friends and I never did that. The other way I was jumped. All my teeth are chipped on the bottom. I’m always trying to hide him. I was jumped. It wa it wasn’t by five white dudes.

Bradley (21:31):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (21:31):

So, and, and I was accused, I drew on my, on my school book, a picture of the guy that I think jumped me and three, three of my friends at school who are these three black girls who I fucking loved. I feel like saying their name. They were so awesome. They started telling people that I was racist because cuz I got jumped, but I drew a picture. I just drew a picture of the guy. It just was, and I just said wanted, you know, dead or alive had nothing to do with this skin color. I don’t even think I colored, I don’t even think I colored him in my book was covered with a brown paper bag and I just drew a picture of him.

Bradley (22:05):

Yeah. But,

Sevan Matossian (22:05):

But I hear you I’m I’m not, that’s a pretty, um, I kind of respect that lady for saying it out loud and I respect you for you tossed her out of the gym.

Bradley (22:16):

Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (22:16):

And I respect you for tossing her outta the gym. Hey girl, we don’t what, what do you say? Are you just chill? You’re like, Hey girl, we don’t, you can’t be here. Yeah. I mean, we don’t want you here.

Bradley (22:23):

You just gotta be you, you just gotta be chill and you just, I mean, it was just basically just say, Hey look that that’s not what we’re about here. You know, doesn’t matter, uh, color size, uh, age, whatever. There’s we have no dislike towards anybody, you know? And she went and found another gym. Um, and she worked out there for, for years, you know, until they closed down. Um, her family imagine how

Sevan Matossian (22:47):

Retarded you have to be to, to, to think like that. Imagine her

Bradley (22:51):

Entire, her entire family still works out with me. Her sisters work out with me, her brother-in-laws work out with me. Hey, her kids have even came and trained with me. So it’s, it was kind of a weird, a weird thing, you know, but

Sevan Matossian (23:04):

Brad, are you, have you seen this thing going around? Um, it it’s, I have some clips of it. I’m gonna show today. And it’s, it’s a girl who was raped and because she didn’t wanna be raped again. She was a young girl when she was raped because she didn’t wanna be raped. Again. She, at 15 years old, she had her breast cut off and she tried to turn herself into a boy and now she’s older and she’s like, holy fuck. Like I think that, I think that’s kind of the, I, I, I don’t know what happened to this, to this lady at your gym, but those are the kind of things that happen to human beings. Right. So I you’re in a liquor store and three Irish guys, fucking Rob and, and, and they shoot your fucking wife that you’re there with. Right. And now all of a sudden you hate Irish people.

Bradley (23:51):

Yeah. You know, what’s crazy. And now that I think about the same story, right. The black lady actually ended up quitting the gym, uh, a couple, couple months later. Right. Um, and then she actually just started working out with me again, like three months ago. Um, and she, the first thing she said, she said, I’ll never forget how you stood up for me that day. She said, and that’s why I came back to you.

Sevan Matossian (24:15):

Hey, and, and good on you. The, the weird part is she, she got the weird part. This is the part that’s so hard for people to process it’s okay. That, that lady thinks that way by. Okay. I mean, there’s nothing we can, there’s nothing we can do about it. It shouldn’t be out loud. No, we shouldn’t have thought police.

Bradley (24:36):

Correct.

Sevan Matossian (24:39):

That being said there just she’s,

Bradley (24:41):

There’s just gotta be

Sevan Matossian (24:42):

She’s.

Bradley (24:43):

There just has to be a way of going about doing it, um, on your own, I, I guess on your own time outside of an establishment that is in trying to encourage people to be, um, positive in the most, you know, to be the most positive side that you can be versus bringing, bringing that side of it into it. You know,

Sevan Matossian (25:04):

I wish we could take that lady and like send her somewhere where she’s the only white person for like a year

Bradley (25:12):

<laugh>, let’s see how that goes. Right.

Sevan Matossian (25:14):

I just think that’s the only way, um, you, the whole brain has to be recalibrated. I don’t think, I don’t think you like you fixed that. I don’t think you fixed that. Whatever

Bradley (25:25):

She, you eventually have to, she had, you eventually would have to adapt. Right. You would have to adapt to your surrounding. I think there was a, uh, I think there was a, a movie that just came out recently. That was, that had something to do with that. I’m not really sure for some reason, um, it’s in a documentary or something like that. I’ll have to look back, but

Sevan Matossian (25:46):

There, there is a movie. Um, it’s about, um, a group of there’s the irony in this, it’s a group of like 30 black boys from Baltimore, straight from the fucking ghetto. And they go to school in Africa. It’s not the boys of Barack it’s. I’ve talked about this movie a lot and, and um, all of their black, African, uh, uh, whatever you wanna call it, culture leaves them. It all leaves them. They go there and they’re there for months. They, within months, they sound like they sound and act like totally different kids.

Bradley (26:19):

It totally different kids.

Sevan Matossian (26:20):

Yeah. Yeah. They’re still surrounded by black people. They’re comp what the fuck is that movie? It won the academy award. It’s fascinating. It’s it’s, it’s the boys of Barack. Is, is that what it is? Yep. Yeah. This movie is fascinating. Yeah, yeah, yeah. That was, that was a, that

Bradley (26:41):

Was a little story I wanted to tell you, you just, you

Sevan Matossian (26:43):

Kind of,

Bradley (26:44):

I appreciate it was just on the top of my, it was on the top of my mind. And, and, and

Sevan Matossian (26:48):

What sucks though, is, is that, um, that’s just one story, right? And even if there were a thousand, the vast majority are, are, are not like that.

Bradley (26:59):

Well, and I agree with you 100% and

Sevan Matossian (27:02):

Its, and we’ll never get rid of those people, by the way. There’s always gonna be people who wanna hurt little kids and who there’s always gonna be. Um, people who don’t like Jews and it for the all of society to pay the price for that. And some sort of like witch hunt it’s nuts.

Bradley (27:19):

Yeah. So in 37 years I’ve came across the experience one time. Yeah. So, uh, so it’s not, it, it, it’s not this huge out, um, outspoken number of what it is, but it’s an experience, right? Yes. It’s experience that, that, that, that if you’ve never experienced it right up to 30 years old and you’re just like, holy crap. Right. Uh, it was just something that, that just kinda takes you back and you just kinda look back on and be like, damn, that was a wild, wild experience.

Sevan Matossian (27:50):

Hey, um, the first 30 years of my life, this is a rough exaggeration, but the first 30 years of my life, all I wanted to do was bathe, um, in, in warm waters with naked women and

Bradley (28:04):

Not a bad thing to do.

Sevan Matossian (28:05):

Yeah. That’s all I wanted to do. Just bathe and, and maybe smoke CLO clothes disarms and hang out. It, it, that would’ve been like my dream, like just to be like warm waters with thousand naked women, unfortunately. Um, not only did I never bathe with a thousand naked women, but I’ve heard a thousand women in my life say that they don’t like short men.

Bradley (28:27):

Well, I’m fucked on that.

Sevan Matossian (28:29):

And so I just want everyone to know that that girl doesn’t wanna work out with a black girl. I’ve heard a thousand girls say they don’t wanna fuck a fucking short man. So I don’t want anyone to don’t get all fucking crazy. Like it’s, something’s all like, that’s some sort of, um, like the blacks have some sort of, uh, uh, uh, skin color, not even the black skin color has some sort of cornered the market on people who get their feelings hurt or shit that stays monopoly. The truth is the truth. Is, is it never fucking hurt my feelings? It kind of just motivated me more.

Bradley (29:05):

Oh, 100. I’m I’m every bit of five. Um,

Sevan Matossian (29:10):

So no, not to get taller, Caleb. God damnit. I’m just saying like, yeah. Everyone’s having their feelings turned out there. Don’t don’t just chill.

Bradley (29:25):

Yeah. All right. I’ll let, y’all get back to it, man.

Sevan Matossian (29:28):

Okay, bye. That’s cool. That, that shit came back to the gym. I would love to interview that black lady I’d like to interview both those ladies. Something has to have happened to you. You

Caleb Beaver (29:41):

Do you mean to be the, to

Sevan Matossian (29:42):

Be the white? No, one’s born. And they’re like, I hate Jews or like they’re born. And like, I, I don’t like people with dark skin.

Caleb Beaver (29:51):

I mean, do you think you’re just influenced by your environment or is it by like your parents

Sevan Matossian (29:55):

Or what? Yeah. Yeah. Something, something happened. Your parents told you they like, they, I mean, this.

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