#615 – Live Call In Show

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Could coffee smell like berries? Bam. Or live?

Caleb Beaver (00:05):

Yeah, I think that’s kind of how Gabe labels the packages. He puts like three little descriptor like adjectives and usually there’s like some sort of be in it.

Sevan Matossian (00:17):

Yeah. This coffee smells like berries. Maybe they’ve all smelled like berries and I just didn’t realize it. Iise <inaudible>. Jeremy. Jeremy. Eat World. Adam, Brandon Waddle. Eric Weis. I did that on purpose. Brandon. Yeah. My house is quite old. I just need him to lift and support the floorboards that have started to sink Nothing crazy, but gonna cost me a leg. It sounds like. Oh, Dar can’t make the show. We don’t even have a UFC show. Scratch this fucking idea. Justin Nunley. I’m tied up with an unexpected business call and will be a couple minutes late. Business call. You fucking make talks for a living motherfucker.

Caleb Beaver (01:07):

He’s probably planning out at the next NA and NASCAR race.

Sevan Matossian (01:10):

Yeah. He’s being invited to one. Is that what you said?

Caleb Beaver (01:15):

Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (01:18):

Uh, 8:00 AM stayed awake. All podcast last night. And all I got was Hiller’s cringe role playing. What about, what about, uh, one of the ex-employees, uh, calling in and just fucking just destroying CrossFit and, and destroying me. He text me later and he is like, you know, I didn’t mean that. I know you’re the hardest worker. I just said Bubba. Shit it, I’ll call him today. Michael McCoy.

Caleb Beaver (01:40):

Can’t take it back now.

Sevan Matossian (01:42):

Hey, Did you were, did you hear any of that? No. You were asleep.

Caleb Beaver (01:45):

No. Yeah, I had long fucking 24 hours.

Sevan Matossian (01:51):

I, it was, it was actually really cool.

Caleb Beaver (01:54):


Sevan Matossian (01:55):

It was an old employee. It was an old employee that used to work for me. I guess his, he’s, he’s part of ways with CrossFit and uh, he just called in, just, just fucking, I don’t know if he was drunk or what. Um, Adam Hartman. I had a dream about Stevon last night. We had some dinner to go to and he came to my house to help me pick out an outfit. Weird. I don’t know. He

Caleb Beaver (02:19):

Probably needed the help kid. An outfit together. Awesome.

Sevan Matossian (02:23):

I like No, no. That wasn’t a fake OIE accent. Jeff. I mean, Colin, Uh, n not fake at all. Not fake at all. Um, McCoy was actually a, uh, he was not some reality show in Australia and it was like quite controversial I think. I think like he kissed a boy on there or something. The show last night was fun though. Hey, the author of this book is coming on the show. Mike Hunt smells like Fish.

Caleb Beaver (02:59):

You actually bought it.

Sevan Matossian (03:01):


Caleb Beaver (03:01):

Paper copy.

Sevan Matossian (03:02):

I buy all the books that, uh, of the authors that come on. If you wrote a book, I’d buy it too.

Sevan Matossian (03:10):

Um, that guy had typical minion syndrome. Think the boss doesn’t do anything because he has no clue. The thing is, is that guy does know that guy was on my behind the scenes team a couple times, but, but you’re right. Yeah. And I, the thing is, um, uh, uh, I told my, I mentioned to my wife, um, what that he called and you said that, and she goes, Dude, how, how do so many people fucking know your work if you didn’t do any work? I said, Well, that’s a good point too. I, I, if anything I’m a workaholic, whatever that means. I don’t really compartmentalize my life between work and not work, so maybe that’s why he thought that my shit looked like I don’t work. Yeah. This dude’s coming on the podcast. This, this guy’s written over a hundred books like this.

Caleb Beaver (03:58):

It’s probably pretty easy, right? Cuz they’re like five pages long.

Sevan Matossian (04:02):

I guess I can’t wait for him to come on. Did you see the, um, the links I sent you?

Caleb Beaver (04:07):

Yeah, I did.

Sevan Matossian (04:09):

Can you, can you, um, uh, click that one that says Mike Hunt, We can listen to, uh, is that true? Is that a true like minion syndrome? Can I look that up on Wiki? Is that like a, is that a syndrome?

Caleb Beaver (04:20):

I think it’s like Napoleon syndrome. Technically.

Sevan Matossian (04:24):

I thought Napoleon Syndrome was just like dudes who are short, like trying to overcompensate like ha like, like they have a big dog and a big truck and a big stereo like I used to have. She just made that up. Wow. Wow. That’s good. Shit. Heidi

Caleb Beaver (04:40):

Words matter. Heidi tam it.

Sevan Matossian (04:42):

Yeah, she’s just, she’s just added something to the fucking American vernacular. Uh, Mike Hunt, this guy, uh, the author, Brad Goe, Gae Goose Ghost, Mike GOs, Brad GOs. He’s coming on the show in a couple days, a couple weeks a week. Okay. Uh, action.

Speaker 3 (05:03):

That smells like Phish. Mike Hunt gets so hairy sometimes my hunt bleeds. It can be kind of scary. My hunt loves to squirt and gets wet easily. My hunt once got crabs and scratched endlessly. My hunt gets ingrown hairs, my hunt collects toys. My hunt has a piercing and gets pounded by the boys. Sometimes Mike Hunt farts with great force and power. Mike Hunt is the freshest right after a shower. Mike Hunt smells like Phish is available on Amazon. Mike Hunt.

Sevan Matossian (05:41):

Hey, that’s a top that’s in the top 50 of Amazon books right now. That guy homeboy’s killing it.

Caleb Beaver (05:47):

His voice is so perfect for that. Yes.

Sevan Matossian (05:50):

Um, I I’m, I I don’t get jealous, but I think there’s like jealousy, um, brewing in me when I see that guy.

Caleb Beaver (06:02):


Sevan Matossian (06:02):

I never want, wanted to be anyone. Like the last time I wanted to be someone, I wanted to be fonzi from Happy days. I just can’t believe how cool that is that he did that. It’s like, it’s like a slam dunk. It’s so, and he and he, the way he reads it, the, the, the, the, the pictures, everything. Um, the of those 108, uh, comments about me on in that Reddit thread that just fucking speaking of as pound as pound me. I think 50 of ’em were like, Hey, he has such juve, he’s so, so juvenile. And I was like, Yeah, I am so juvenile. Someone asked last night what

Caleb Beaver (06:43):

I think the best part about those books is that he’ll go on stage and like read them to people.

Sevan Matossian (06:48):

Yeah. Oh, you’re familiar with his work or something? Yeah. You’re familiar with his work?

Caleb Beaver (06:53):

Yeah. Well, I just like scrolled through his page. When I saw that we got ’em on, I was like, What the fuck? It was awesome.

Sevan Matossian (07:00):

He, um, uh, look at the one where it says reported on TikTok. He was, this is kind of cool. He was reported on TikTok and um, uh, excuse me. He was reported on TikTok and it looks like he won. Um, we reviewed your appeal and removed the community guidelines vi violation. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank you for being part of the TikTok community. Haters tried to report Mike Hunt. So good. Um, you love being juvenile done. I don’t know. It’s just, Yeah. I mean, I love myself. I’m, I’m having fucking blast with life. The thing is, someone asked me yesterday and my kid’s tennis game. What’s your podcast about? And I said, I’m the deepest craftsman on the internet. Or maybe I said, Planet Earth, I can’t help explain, explain. I can find, I, I see God in the molecule of a pubic hair. I can’t help that. It’s not, it’s, some people can look up to the heavens and see clouds talking to them. I like, I I mine is in poop and pee and it’s just, it sucks.

Caleb Beaver (08:06):

Sucks. I never know how to explain it to people when they ask like, what this show’s about

Sevan Matossian (08:10):

<laugh>, like

Caleb Beaver (08:12):

Fucking everything. They’re like, What do you mean? I’m like, everything <laugh>. Talk about cocking balls and we’ll talk about like the meaning of life, I guess <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (08:21):

Yes. Yes. Well, and is there a difference? Hey, did you see the, That Clapman guy is awesome.

Caleb Beaver (08:28):

The balance guy?

Sevan Matossian (08:30):


Caleb Beaver (08:31):

I was scrolling through his stuff is very interesting.

Sevan Matossian (08:33):

I, so I sent, um, I sent, uh, I put him in contact with, uh, Travis agent cuz you know, his b his son Tyson agent, uh, is, you know, number one quarterback in, uh, division two football maybe in the history of football. He won the Harlan Award. He was a guest on this show. And his other son Ezra agent, you know, I know that there’s a hundred kids out there, are the best quarterbacks in the nation right now in high school, but he’s one of them. It’s crazy what Travis has done with those boys. I said it, I’m giving the credit to the dad. Hiller wouldn’t like it. Hiller didn’t want Ben Bergeron getting any credit. I give all the credit to Ben Eron and the dads anyway, uh, and the moms, the parents. Um, so I put him in contact with him and then I also put him in contact with, um,

Sevan Matossian (09:23):

Oh, I shouldn’t say that, but I’m putting him in contact with a couple other people too. This guy claims Caleb that, I mean, he, he, this guy claims that when he watched, uh, Matt Fraser take like 24th or 32nd whatever, Matt took in the running event at the CrossFit games at one year. And then the next year when he took first or second or whatever he claims he’s like, Hey, I don’t have any proof of this, but I guarantee you he worked on his balance. Like, you don’t get bed that much better just by run, by practicing your running. He claims that there was some sort of balance training in there.

Caleb Beaver (09:52):


Sevan Matossian (09:53):

Yeah. That’s pretty cool.

Caleb Beaver (09:54):

He thinks it makes that much of a difference,

Sevan Matossian (09:57):

Dude, The stories he has and the books. Where is the book? The books here? This book, the stories in this book are great.

Sevan Matossian (10:07):

Hey, but, and you know what else is weird about balance? Um, you can get that block of his, I have that block, that balance block and you can see improvements like in an hour. And so that’s the weird thing. Yeah. Yeah. You, you can stand on that thing and struggle to stand on it and then get on it 15 minutes later and it’s a little bit easier and get on like 15 minutes later and it’s a little bit easier and then sleep and then the next day you get on it and it’s, it’s like way, way easier.

Caleb Beaver (10:31):

I suppose. It’s kind of similar to what you were doing with your, um, I can’t remember which kid it was, but you said that they were doing the, they were just getting on his skateboard 10 minutes a day.

Sevan Matossian (10:39):

Yeah. Yeah. A you

Caleb Beaver (10:41):

Didn’t have to

Sevan Matossian (10:42):

It. Yes. Yes. Wow. I didn’t think of that. Yes. Yeah. Like if it was raining outside, I would just put him on, be like, stand on the skateboard for 10 minutes in the garage and I’d give him a fucking credit.

Caleb Beaver (10:52):


Sevan Matossian (10:52):

You rodee it today,

Caleb Beaver (10:55):

Huh? That’s awesome.

Sevan Matossian (10:57):

Um, transgender women, man, man is now competing in winning Brian’s beloved pro women’s disc golf. Oh no. Shit. They got that. It, it’s a Wow. So it’s a dude who’s entered the Wouldn’t it be cool if, if if if for golf they just mixed women and men together?

Caleb Beaver (11:19):

I don’t

Sevan Matossian (11:20):

Dis golf.

Caleb Beaver (11:23):

Yeah, I don’t. Would you think it’d make a difference? I mean, I don’t know. I don’t know very much about golf or dis golf or anything. Couldn’t they just beat together?

Sevan Matossian (11:31):

I mean, theoretically you think that maybe, uh, Natalie Ryan is the first trans athlete. Oh. Have you seen this, this story going around about the, the one of your people, Caleb and the

Caleb Beaver (11:45):

Yes. I have been reading about. You want me to pull that up

Sevan Matossian (11:48):

Quick? Oh no, let’s talk about this first. Hold on. Let’s talk about Brian shit first and then we’ll go to that. Um, uh, na uh, Natalie Ryan is the first man to participate as a woman. You ha you can’t use the word trans. You have to like, it’s like, um, you know, we use the word sister, like, like I have a sister and, and I use that word, uh, to so that people know that like, hey, that that girl came outta my mom’s vagina too. Like, that’s our relationship. Same, same dad. Um, same mom, like the whole, they had sex and they had me and my sister, but trans for some reason you, I need to know, I can’t just read that word. Natalie Ryan is the first man to participate as a, in a woman’s. Like, it doesn’t make, I feel like I’m lying if I just say trans.

Sevan Matossian (12:50):

Like there’s something not right about it. The first trans pro disc golf elite series winner outlasted the tours top top two for her second tour win. Oh. So it’s not even a Wow. Isn’t that funny? In the, in the, they call it the first trans and then they switched the pronoun later to her. Why don’t they just keep calling it a trany? The first trans pro dis golf elite series winner outlasted the top, the tours top two for the Tranny’s second tour win in 2022. Like, they should just call it a tranny. You can’t call it a he or a her. I, we gotta meet us in the middle somewhere. We can’t just accept that it’s a her because it’s not a her, It’s a lie. You’re lying to It’s

Caleb Beaver (13:32):

So hilarious to me, like what people will like, like how specific people will get just to give somebody a, an accolade. You know what I mean?

Sevan Matossian (13:42):

Oh, oh yeah, yeah. Like, oh look, it’s the first bald guy ever to win the, the, um, PGA tour. Yeah.

Caleb Beaver (13:49):

It’s the first bald Mexican guy in the military who has ever won the PGA tour on the fourth day of September.

Sevan Matossian (13:58):

It does it. I, the thing is, is I don’t like women. I don’t like men and women’s sports. And I think it’s dishonest and disingenuous. And then when the first attack is, is that you’re transphobic that they even, they, they prove my point even more. So that’s not even like, what does that have to do with transphobic? I I’m not scared of trans. I’ve told you a million times I will bathe in a pool naked with a hundred trannie. I let them touch my genitalia. I don’t care. I have no fears like that. I have no, but but you can’t do that. You cannot do that. We don’t, we don’t operate like that. We’re we’re different. I heard a great story the other day. Uh, um, a man and a woman were arguing and they were saying that there are no, there are no gender roles. There are no men and women, women and men are the same. And then the guy asked the woman, Well, how would you feel if, uh, if you were getting, um, mugged, if someone mugged you and your husband, would you want your husband to stand up for you? And she’s like, Yeah. And he’s like, Well,

Caleb Beaver (15:02):

There’s your gender role.

Sevan Matossian (15:03):

Yeah. You fuck not.

Caleb Beaver (15:07):

It’s like they want everything to be like catered to them

Sevan Matossian (15:12):

And this whole thing they can’t do this whole, this whole thing about, um, not realizing that the greatest thing a woman can do is, is to, uh, birth a child is fucking nuts too. I’m sorry. The greatest thing my wife ever did is birth my three sons. I don’t, And the greatest thing my mom ever did was give birth to me and my sister. And I’ve never done anything. I don’t know. And the greatest thing I did was let one fly in my wife. I mean, there’s no really comparison. She bird them and fed them from her body. Like, like, I got nothing.

Caleb Beaver (15:46):


Sevan Matossian (15:46):

I asked my wife, I asked my wife what that was about. I go, Why? Why? What’s the deal with women? Why are they going on? And they said that they don’t, She said women don’t wanna lose their id. She thinks that it’s that women don’t wanna lose their identity in being just moms. That’s sorry. That’s gonna happen to all of us. We all lose our identity in something and then it breaks our heart when it’s gone get fucking over it.

Caleb Beaver (16:13):

There’s always something else. Like, there’s always something else to do. Like you’re, if you’re gonna be a mom, you’re gonna be a mom until like, I mean,

Sevan Matossian (16:20):

Until the kid dies, until it flies the coop, till you have another kid till

Caleb Beaver (16:24):

Yes. And there’s always something else you can do while you’re doing other things. Like you’re not just, this is all you have.

Sevan Matossian (16:32):

Dear wo dear women, dear women, Oh man, this one’s gonna be crazy. Dear women, If you don’t have kids, you will never experience the greatest gift that life has presented to you. If you do not have kids, you will never see your greatest gift. If you do not have kids and be a loving mom, you will never express yourself as it’s full in, in your fullest. There’s these trees, they’re called mulberry trees and most of them don’t give mulberries cuz they weren’t grafted to give mulberries. And they are complete fucking wastes cuz there’s hardly a fruit better on the planet than a sweet giant mulberry. They are insane. You can’t even believe they’re real. You can feel the sugar crunching in your teeth.

Caleb Beaver (17:35):

What are the, do they just don’t bloom in mulberries anymore?

Sevan Matossian (17:38):

I don’t, I don’t know. I don’t know why. I don’t know. I don’t know what happened. I don’t know enough about trees and genetics and, and whatever, but there’s shit loads of mulberry trees that don’t get fruit. You can graft them though. You can can just take a mulberry tree that gives fruit and peel off some skin and tape it to the side of one that, you know, that doesn’t, And all those branches that come outta there will start giving fruit. But man, kids are fucking amazing. And, and, and, and it, and my wife is completely, uh, uh, uh, completely embrace the mo like completely embrace the mom role. And dude, I’m telling you, it’s like, it’s, it’s queen shit. It’s powerful shit. Everyone, everyone thinks like everywhere. My wife goes, everyone’s like, Holy fuck, that’s a bad bitch. And my wife’s just a nice gentle little soul. Like, she’s not even like, she doesn’t, she doesn’t posture like me at all. She’s cool. But I

Caleb Beaver (18:30):

Would argue they probably, they

Sevan Matossian (18:31):

Probably set the mama shit’s real.

Caleb Beaver (18:33):

What I would argue they probably set up just as much of an example as the dad does. You know, like, like the mom, like the mom sets an example for the kids just as much as the dad. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (18:43):

Even more. Yeah, even more. It’s like

Caleb Beaver (18:46):

If the, if the mom just gives up and like, Oh, well I’m just a mom now. It’s like you’re you’re giving away so many opportunities for yourself to show your kids what’s possible.

Sevan Matossian (18:56):

Yeah. You’re not just a mom,

Caleb Beaver (18:58):


Sevan Matossian (18:59):

You’re a fucking mom.

Caleb Beaver (19:02):

Capital m

Sevan Matossian (19:02):

Yeah. And hey dude, everyone knows it. Like the moms that are like the moms, like, you see those moms at the beach, they’re like mamas and like, they’re all beautiful and cool and chill, but they’re all so fucking ferocious. Everyone, everyone sees those moms putting the wetsuits on the kids swimming out there with them. They get the big old butts, the smile, the fucking hair. That’s wild. I’m not Yeah, they know who they’re, um, how about this? Uh, uh Oh yeah, Yeah. Can we see the, um, the tranny in the army? Yeah. So what happened? This thing was like selling secrets to the Russians.

Caleb Beaver (19:38):

Yeah. So from what I understand, they, um, so her, he, they, whatever the fuck you wanna call ’em, uh, previously tried to join the Russian military like a while back and the Russian military was like, No, you don’t have any combat experience, so we don’t want you. So what ended up happening is they joined the American military and, uh, I think there, they’re, they’re a doctor of some sort, I think. And they, uh, had a clearance of sorts and they were able to access like patient records of everybody essentially. Um, and they just started like picking notes out of people’s patient records, probably just fucking taking screenshots of ’em or whatever and sending ’em off to Russians. Like, so well technic what they thought was a Russian. But actually what ended up happening is the some fbi like agent posed as a Russian spy, and they like sent ’em, sent the pictures to them and that’s how they caught him.

Sevan Matossian (20:51):

If, if you, if you’re, if, if you’re born,

Sevan Matossian (20:57):

You’re st, the greatest, greatest gift you can give yourself as fast as you can in life is to accept yourself like that. Like some people, I would say most people never do that. You’re gonna be with one person your entire life, one person your entire life, and you better love them. And if you don’t love them, you’re fucked. So this person, if you’re born a dude and you want to be a girl, you’re born a girl that wants to be a dude and you think you’re gonna fix that on the outside, you, you, you are not going to, you are going to be unhappy your whole life. That’s called mental illness. There’s no, there’s nothing I’ve ever fixed on the outside. There’s nothing I’ve ever done out here that made me that, that that scratched the itch so deep that it went away. Whatever issue I had went away.

Sevan Matossian (21:44):

It doesn’t matter. I it doesn’t matter. You don’t, you could seven on some men don’t want kids as well. I think this generation is too busy take Yeah, maybe some women don’t. I’m not talking about whether you want kids or not. I totally different distinction. I’m telling you that if you don’t have kids, you will never get to experience your greatest gift as a human being. And if you’re a woman, it will be, it will be doubly you will, you’ll never, you will never, you’ll be a, a fruitless tree. I just, I’m not saying it like as my opinion, I’m saying it as, as a, as a fact. Like, that is your, one of the things that you do is take a shit. If you don’t take a shit af like for the, I hear there’s people who don’t take shit. Like for days, it’s probably not a good metaphor.

Caleb Beaver (22:23):

I couldn’t imagine.

Sevan Matossian (22:25):

But um, uh, it’s probably, I

Caleb Beaver (22:27):

Shut my pants yesterday.

Sevan Matossian (22:30):

Isn’t that great? When you’re about to shit your pants and you make it to the toilet? God, those are fucking great moments. And

Caleb Beaver (22:35):

Life just, what’s even better is you’re just like cleaned out after that.

Sevan Matossian (22:38):

Yeah, yeah. Next. Oh my god. Can you remember that? Like, running home from school, just being like, Oh, this is, so you’ve already squeezed it back in like five times your stomach’s hurting.

Caleb Beaver (22:50):

Oh yeah. You just got like the wrongly guts. Fuck. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (22:55):

I don’t know if it’s like this for girls, but there’s this phenomenon that happens with boys. It happens to me. I happen to just claim it happens to all boys. You, you have to take a piece so bad and you get to a toilet and if you’re not really, you have, as you lift the toilet seat up your penis thinks it’s go time. Yes. It’s like pavlo as

Caleb Beaver (23:11):

Soon as you get into a

Sevan Matossian (23:12):

Bathroom. Yeah. Yeah. So you have to like, concentrate, be like, Hey dude, there’s still a few seconds before you can fucking turn <laugh>. You

Caleb Beaver (23:19):

Can’t just let this shit fly.

Sevan Matossian (23:20):

And I can remember being a little kid lifting the toilet and I just start peeing my pants. I’m like, Dude, are you fucking kidding? Like, I have to have a talk with my penis. Are are we not on the same page? Like, I got you here. I got you around bitch. Yeah. Smacking around. Yeah. Uh, it it’s just that if you don’t have kids, um, Melissa, you’re, you’re, you’re, you’re just a, a tree that didn’t give fruit and it’s like you missed out on this enormous opportunity in life. Yeah. I’m gonna have to use, I was gonna say maybe mis isn’t the right word. Yeah. But you missed it. The thing is, is because of this, it changes you. So I don’t know what level it changed me on, but I You picked the word biologically, emotionally. Intellectually. Um, everything got better. It it, it’s like I became a, um, a higher, higher being now of, of course if you’re not, if you, if you don’t, if you don’t embrace that change and you argue with reality, that’s where all problems occur. You know what I mean? Like, you, you, your window’s broken in your house and you’re pissed cuz you’re arguing with reality cuz you don’t wanna accept it. I get it. Can’t really do that with kids. You have to be,

Caleb Beaver (24:25):

Yeah. I would argue there’s like a level of selfness selflessness that you probably haven’t, probably haven’t even or won’t reach if you don’t have kids. I don’t have kids, but I just

Sevan Matossian (24:32):

Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I had no idea

Caleb Beaver (24:35):

You would just be completely, you’re just selfish for like, that’s just, you’re, maybe that’s just who you are, I guess.

Sevan Matossian (24:43):

Dude, I have these, I have these exp If you think about how selfless you have to be, you’ll never have kids. But there’s these things that just like, you know, like I’m in the backyard, I don’t know, like with the leafblower and I hear a kid go yell from the bathroom, I’m done. And I put the leafblower down and I run in there and wipe his butt and I’m like, happy to do it <laugh>. And I’m like, I’m like thinking to myself, I don’t even recognize me the previous year before kids, I’d be like, Fuck you, I’m using the leafblower. Don’t talk to me. Like, like I’m willing to die on this hill. But now it’s like, oh, put the leafblower down and wipe a butt. It’s like I just got reprogrammed.

Caleb Beaver (25:18):

Yeah. I thought it was kind of be like that when I got a puppy, but I was like, I think because it’s like, it’s not my, I guess I was just like, shut up and stop barking and I’ll feed you it whenever you’re supposed to get fed. You know, it was like, it was, I mean, I love the dog. Like she’s, she does everything that I ask her to do. I’ve trained her to do everything. She knows all that stuff, but like, I don’t think I would love her as much as I would love my own child.

Sevan Matossian (25:44):

Right. But when your dog has to go pee in the middle of the night and it’s a new dog, you don’t, do you mind getting, I mean, it sucks, but do you mind Oh

Caleb Beaver (25:51):

No, I, I’m like so annoyed at the that point.

Sevan Matossian (25:54):

Oh it’s,

Caleb Beaver (25:55):

It’s, if it’s like 2:00 AM I’m like fucking God damnit <laugh>. I just wanna sleep.

Sevan Matossian (26:00):

I I I’m the first I I’m, if my kids wake up in the middle of the night, I’m so happy to get up and deal with it.

Caleb Beaver (26:08):

Yeah, I imagine that I would feel do the same way if it was like, if it was my actual flesh and blood child. But

Sevan Matossian (26:13):

Yeah, I mean it’s hard sometimes. I mean, sometimes just you’re physically just worn.

Caleb Beaver (26:18):


Sevan Matossian (26:19):

But if you have both parents there, you and, and you have good communication, you just tap it. It’s like literally wwe e like I will come home with the boys. I will just see my wife like standing there like in the kitchen and living room in the house or on the computer, whatever. I’ll walk by her and be like, I’m, I need 20 minutes <laugh>. She’s like, Got it. And I just fucking go lay down.

Caleb Beaver (26:38):

Yeah. We kind kill someone kinda did that with the dog for a while. Who’s It’s suck.

Sevan Matossian (26:44):


Caleb Beaver (26:45):

Happy way. Shut up Christine. It’s

Sevan Matossian (26:47):

My fault. So, so why do they let people in? Why is it, why do they let people into the US military who have um, such strong mental health issues? Like how are you supposed to, isn’t there like some sort of, isn’t there some sort of rule? Like you don’t know, like you don’t even know what sex you are. Yeah,

Caleb Beaver (27:03):

Dude, I, I have no fucking idea. This is so insane to me. So think about this. If you are getting, if you have a security clearance, you have to have like a level of mental stability to maintain it. If you have any sort of contact with any sort of like sensitive information you had, you cannot be mentally unstable. Like from a clinical sense. Right. So like, if I’m taking any sort

Sevan Matossian (27:32):

Of That’s a rule, you’re not just saying that your opinion, that’s a rule.

Caleb Beaver (27:34):

No shit. Like that’s, no, that’s a no shit rule. So like if you are taking any sort of antidepressants, antianxiety medications, like anything like that for any period of time, like you’re cut off of those, uh, those pathways of information for like x amount of time and if you think about it seems

Sevan Matossian (27:54):


Caleb Beaver (27:54):

Right? Exactly. Cuz you’re, you’re essentially mentally unstable. You can’t have access to that stuff. You’re

Sevan Matossian (28:00):

On drugs. You’re on drugs,

Caleb Beaver (28:01):

Literally. You’re on drugs. Drugs. Yeah. So now you’re saying that there’s a somebody, there’s a transgender individual who’s almost a hundred percent, I almost guarantee is on some sort of anti antidepressant, anti-anxiety medication or some, or like, and also probably some hormone blockers. So like fucking, who knows what, just a whole gambit of medications and that person is still having, still allowed access to somebody else’s medical record who is like a higher level, who knows probably everybody’s medical record at this point cuz that person’s a doctor, so they’re a provider. So they, they just have access to everybody’s record. So it is absolutely insane to me that they allowed that person to continue to have access to any of that stuff. Like you can, like in what’s even crazier. I I highly even doubt that those people are under her as like, like she’s their, their provider.

Sevan Matossian (28:56):

Right. You know what I mean? Right, right, right. She had access to shit that Yeah, yeah, yeah. I, Hey dude, I was at j I was at Jujitsu one time and a doctor, uh, one of the other parents who’s a physician, um, said my kid got hurt. Uh, they had their eyeball scratched in jujitsu and, and one of the other parents walks up to me and goes, Hey, um, I prescribed you some blah, blah, blah, some cream for your kid’s eye. I was like, Oh, that’s really nice to you. And I was looking through your kid’s file and it doesn’t look like they’ve ever been to the hospital. Yeah. So I’m like, what the fuck?

Caleb Beaver (29:30):

To be fair, sometimes those instances are like necessary, I guess because then you, like, sometimes you have to look at the record to determine if they have any like preexisting conditions to prescribe some medications. So like you could have or just to see if there’s any medications that they’re taking that they can’t take with whatever they’re taking. That kind of thing. But usually that’s like a quick, like, quick glance at like a last encounter or something.

Sevan Matossian (29:55):

You been deploy. Have you been deployed with any trainee?

Caleb Beaver (29:59):

Uh, no.

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