Sevan Matossian (00:00):
Andrew Hiller (00:01):
But somehow start doing that. It might help things out and yeah, you would take that little clip and throw your face on it.
Sevan Matossian (00:11):
Dude, I wasn’t gonna bring this up at all cause I don’t wanna say anything hot.
Andrew Hiller (00:19):
Sevan Matossian (00:19):
We’re tell that whole story. Tell that whole story again that that’s fucking amazing. That explains what I was wondering about this morning. Go tell that story again. We were just talking about how well is Danny’s, We were just talking about how well is Danny Spiegel video was doing that he made. Oh and then you said secret. Oh, okay, fine. Hey, but that doesn’t have your face on it. That doesn’t have your face on it.
Andrew Hiller (00:47):
I’ll, I’ll give you my secrets and Cal. I don’t want give the world my secrets. I don’t wanna know. I don’t wanna let know what we’re up to.
Sevan Matossian (00:54):
Yeah, I understand. You said, But
Andrew Hiller (00:56):
You, to be fair, this doesn’t have anything to do with daily speed. It’s gotta do with the formatting of the video.
Sevan Matossian (01:02):
Right. Hey, I don’t see that video up here on your YouTube right now. Why is that?
Andrew Hiller (01:08):
I’ve been having that with yours too. I was trying to grab the clips from Rogue and I had to go to different sections of your subscribe. I’m subscribe page
Sevan Matossian (01:18):
Your home when I go to your videos, it’s not there. Oh. And that thumbnail has your, Okay. Hey, will you go? So that explains everything. Will you go? I’m gonna try to be so fucking nice here.
Andrew Hiller (01:29):
Also, I put captions in there. Cc. So that’s the first time I’ve ever done that. So as I’m talking, there’s just on the bottom, there’s an option for it to be a scrolling screen. Cause sometimes people say they can’t keep up with what I’m saying.
Sevan Matossian (01:45):
<laugh>. <laugh>. Hey something’s wrong with your audio right now.
Andrew Hiller (01:50):
Sevan Matossian (01:51):
You got just a little bit of a rob a robot thing going. I don’t know if you need to reboot.
Andrew Hiller (01:58):
All right, let me, Well, let me do this really quick. One sec.
Sevan Matossian (02:01):
Or it’s too loud. Do you hear that Caleb? Something’s off with his audio. Yeah,
Caleb Beaver (02:05):
I hear it now.
Andrew Hiller (02:06):
Sevan Matossian (02:08):
Let’s see. Better
Andrew Hiller (02:09):
Sevan Matossian (02:10):
Oh, much better.
Andrew Hiller (02:11):
Much better. Okay. I’ll just use this thing. That’s fine. This thing’s good.
Caleb Beaver (02:15):
This sounds nice.
Sevan Matossian (02:17):
Will you go to Nate Edwardson account? Caleb? Yeah. I’m gonna try. I guess I don’t need to be nice, but I just don’t want to be mean at all.
Andrew Hiller (02:29):
Are you on a streak of being so mean that you can’t handle the heat or what?
Sevan Matossian (02:34):
No, everyone’s so nice to me. I get no heat. Zero. And the heat that I do gets from knuckleheads and we’ll go into that in a second. So look at, I’ve watched, Look at this video here. Okay. It’s time to talk about Danielle, Brandon that actually, So those five videos there. Oh fuck. Sorry Nate. I wanna say sorry in advance. Those videos there, I’ve watched all of those and the only one of anything where I walked away, Oh, thank you. Was that Danielle, Brandon, and the other four. I was like, Fuck, can I have my time back? That
Andrew Hiller (03:17):
Danielle, Brandon personally explains what happened. That’s the one that was good or
Sevan Matossian (03:21):
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. That’s the one. Sorry. That one has actually a lot of stuff in it. You get to he, he’s pulled a bunch of her clips. All those other ones say zero. I walked away
Andrew Hiller (03:36):
With something about
Sevan Matossian (03:37):
Andrew Hiller (03:38):
One. Well, cause I look at this and I’m like, okay, fucking
Sevan Matossian (03:42):
And he’s killing it.
Andrew Hiller (03:42):
50,000 views. Yeah, I see that. And I’m like, what did he do? What did he do? And then you see,
Sevan Matossian (03:48):
It’s what you just
Andrew Hiller (03:48):
Told me. I
Sevan Matossian (03:50):
Told the secret is you told me what the secret is and I’m when we’re looking at it
Andrew Hiller (03:56):
And yeah, that’s annoying. The secret isn’t annoying. I was having a conversation with Susan. We were in Newport about this sort of thing.
Sevan Matossian (04:05):
And he’s a master at, if you look at all of his thumbnails, he’s doing it on all of them.
Andrew Hiller (04:13):
What is it?
Sevan Matossian (04:14):
Because I was thinking
Andrew Hiller (04:16):
To myself the one of the back squat, it was like the last one minute. Oh yeah. It’s a heavy back squat. What was said in that video? I think it’s the, Are you filming me 44 K? I’m like, how the fuck did he get 44,000 videos? It’s like six minutes long and then there’s a 32nd clip in there. Yeah. Good for him.
Sevan Matossian (04:37):
Yeah, here it is.
Andrew Hiller (04:38):
I wanna see his retention rates.
Sevan Matossian (04:40):
This is it right here. <laugh>, Some of his day in the life are good, but his current stuff is nine minutes with 10 seconds of news. Yeah. That’s how I feel. And it’s all news that I’ve, I mean, I’m not saying that everyone is like this, but it’s all news that I’ve al that I already know. Wow. And when he does have opinions on stuff, it’s very, it’s not like he has strong opinions.
Andrew Hiller (05:06):
This is my computer. Your
Sevan Matossian (05:07):
Page. Well that
Andrew Hiller (05:08):
40 hours, you have 600 more views than I do.
Sevan Matossian (05:13):
I’m on just a residual roll from just
Andrew Hiller (05:18):
Sevan Matossian (05:19):
I’m on a residual roll from just rogue. Yeah.
Andrew Hiller (05:23):
So I’m on 27.2 over the last 48.
Sevan Matossian (05:26):
The site just exploded. By the way, if you’re an affiliate owner or an affiliate owner and they haven’t watched the matte Shindel Decker video, God damn, it’s hot in here. You’re bat shit crazy. You have to watch, if you’re an affiliate owner, you have to watch that. He basically is giving you the code to crack the code to give your life even more purpose and to make money. It is nuts. I do not know how, that’s not a must watch for every single affiliate.
Andrew Hiller (05:55):
Is that the one from two or three days ago
Sevan Matossian (06:01):
For Hiller and his next challenge in the Ellos games? Dark Lord Revon,
Andrew Hiller (06:05):
Thanks for giving seven and Caleb some money. <laugh>. Yeah, thank you.
Caleb Beaver (06:10):
No, no, Appreciate it. Just that, just
Andrew Hiller (06:13):
<laugh>. Thanks for the clarification, Caleb.
Sevan Matossian (06:16):
Yeah, thank you. Jim. I might have to open this door for a second.
Andrew Hiller (06:19):
No, no, no, no, no. Stephan Stephan’s kids. Yes. Let’s go one step deeper
Caleb Beaver (06:24):
<laugh> just for jujitsu lessons.
Andrew Hiller (06:27):
Yeah, right. Then that’s the final stage of the conversation. It went all the way to jujitsu lessons
Caleb Beaver (06:33):
Because all the way to the Garth Taylor Juujitsu guy,
Andrew Hiller (06:38):
Sevan Matossian (06:40):
That was the jujitsu place my kids went to. Actually, they’ve switched jujitsu places. They went there for three years. It’s an amazing place. But we’ve just, Well,
Caleb Beaver (06:47):
How dare you. I know. It’s just, Just removing them from their fucking master.
Sevan Matossian (06:51):
Well kind. No, no, no. Their master flows
Andrew Hiller (06:57):
Going out calling you Finn <laugh>. Thanks
Sevan Matossian (07:01):
Jeff. You’re a good dude. Hillary. Jeff, You know what’s funny is like Jeff will fucking give me the fucking old one too, and the comments here, but out in the real world, he protects me. He’s one of those people that’s like, I can, I’m like his boy to beat up, but no one else can. You know what I mean? You can talk shit about your mom and dad, but family. Yeah.
Caleb Beaver (07:21):
Yeah. I can talk shit on my brother all the time, but as soon as somebody else mess with him, you’re fucking
Sevan Matossian (07:26):
Yeah. Jeff’s good like that.
Andrew Hiller (07:28):
And Jeff, Jeff also sees right through everything we do. I like the Spiegel video, but it was a blatant rip off of West Side versus the world, which would make Spiegel West Side, West side the Louis Simmons documentary. That’s good. Jeff. Jeff
Caleb Beaver (07:42):
Knows me. He’s the
Andrew Hiller (07:42):
Worst. I feel like he just like is in here. He’s in my garage. He knows everything I’m doing.
Caleb Beaver (07:48):
We thought he you for
Sevan Matossian (07:49):
A while. Did you see he thought he was me.
Andrew Hiller (07:52):
<laugh> hands were here.
Sevan Matossian (07:57):
Can you pull up that Rob Forte video? Have you seen Rob Forte lately?
Andrew Hiller (08:04):
Not recently. Probably. I have to guess within the past six to eight months.
Sevan Matossian (08:09):
It’s on Instagram. I cannot believe how big this dude is. This is a promo for the down under championships, which we still don’t know how we’re, if we’re gonna do shows about it. And you could turn the music off if you want. This is some stadium in Australia and they’ve erected some sort of erected rope
Caleb Beaver (08:28):
Sevan Matossian (08:29):
They’ve erected some sort of rope that hangs, hangs over the center of the stadium. And Rob runs out to the center.
Caleb Beaver (08:38):
He looks like a full blown rugby player.
Sevan Matossian (08:40):
Dude, he’s huge.
Andrew Hiller (08:42):
Is this the fucking, Did they get this idea from me?
Sevan Matossian (08:47):
I don’t know. But you know what? They look how they’re pulling up the rope so he doesn’t have to deal with the weight of the extra rope. Do you see that? Oh
Caleb Beaver (08:54):
My. Yeah. Holy shit.
Andrew Hiller (08:57):
Maybe they’re worried about him getting tangled in and on the way down if he were to fall,
Sevan Matossian (09:01):
That’s a nylon rope, right? I mean that thing will give you splinters if it’s splintering. Like those horrible little plastic ones.
Caleb Beaver (09:08):
<affirmative>. Dang. He does look Yolked. 38
Andrew Hiller (09:11):
Meters if that’s 75 feet. They grabbed this from the pre-show we did on Thursday before Rogue.
Sevan Matossian (09:20):
He looks huge.
Andrew Hiller (09:21):
Dude, do you remember talking about that?
Sevan Matossian (09:23):
Andrew Hiller (09:24):
We even brought up the American Ninja Warrior platform and he looks about the same as he’s always looked. He’s a big guy. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (09:31):
Yeah. I didn’t realize he was so big. I wonder, I wanna
Andrew Hiller (09:37):
Show you, if I’m show you what you’re talking about. On the Mind Muscle Project, they used to have this guy who would do really, really well in the country and then all of a sudden he wasn’t that great. Might be Rob Forte. They were talking about,
Sevan Matossian (09:48):
You still watch those hairless cats? You watch those ding
Andrew Hiller (09:51):
Dongs? No, I just remember what they said. I don’t watch ’em anymore. I haven’t watched them in about two and a half years. And that one popped up on my YouTube and I was like, Oh hey, they’re talking about CrossFit again. It’s like, oh wait. They’re shitting on CrossFit. How weird. They used to love it. They made their way through CrossFit and fuck these guys.
Sevan Matossian (10:10):
Reminds me of some games athletes who’ve done that too. Use the games to get, use the games to fucking get to the top and then shit on CrossFit from up there. Will you play this video? I didn’t get this at first, so I had to watch this twice. I wonder if you this understand this video Hiller, by the way, the other, We were somewhere the other day and my kids yesterday, we went to a friend’s house and he was teaching my kids how to throw axes and just add, They were throwing, Pardon me?
Andrew Hiller (10:44):
How big were the axes?
Sevan Matossian (10:46):
They were all different sizes. They threw little knives, they threw big axes. They threw double-sided axes. They threw everything. This guy had like 150 different throwing I implements
Andrew Hiller (10:56):
Sevan Matossian (10:58):
Andrew Hiller (10:58):
Sevan Matossian (11:01):
And one of my kids threw an ax and it hit the wall and bounced out. And my other kid goes, Hiller could throw it through that wall. <laugh> <laugh>. And it’s so funny cause I always forget that they know you, but they then they always talk about how strong you are. So we saw this 70 year old guy the other day who was really strong. They’re like, He’s the strongest 70 year old we ever saw. And then someone’s like, He’s not one of my boys. He’s not as strong as Hiller. I’m never in the conversation.
Andrew Hiller (11:33):
They knew me before I started working with California hormones as well. So we had to meet up again.
Sevan Matossian (11:41):
Andrew Hiller (11:42):
Girls bring their conversation to the next level.
Sevan Matossian (11:45):
Are women acting differently around you since you’ve gotten on California hormones?
Andrew Hiller (11:50):
I would have to say no. Or at least I don’t pay attention. Alexis would say that I never pay attention.
Sevan Matossian (11:57):
<laugh>. Yeah, I’m gonna say it’s a combination of you don’t pay attention and you’re scared to death to tell me the truth. Cuz Alexis might be listening.
Andrew Hiller (12:04):
She’s probably listening. And no, I’m not really afraid to say she would say that. I’m pretty oblivious to that sort of stuff. Whether it come from guys or girls or, I don’t know. There’s certain interactions that I just don’t pick up on at all.
Sevan Matossian (12:21):
<laugh>, you don’t have your window open for girls to enter your life. You. But usually no. You see that with Wim usually you see that with women. It was one of the first things I noticed about Rich Phony. He gets so much attention, but he kind of doesn’t accept, He’s married. He was married and had a girlfriend. He doesn’t accept a certain kind of female energy. He treats everyone the same, whether you’re a man or a woman. Whereas when a man is kind of on the prowl, he treats women a little differently.
Andrew Hiller (12:49):
Correct? Yeah. Well you see with people too. I don’t know. I used to hate going to bars. The entire bar scene is like, Hey, we’re going out on Friday night. And I’m like, What’s the purpose of doing this? Because you spend a bunch of money to meet someone that you met in a place that you probably won’t ever wanna speak with this person ever again. And it, it’s just not a process that I’ve ever enjoyed. But with that, it’s like, why are people there? They’re there for likely the wrong reasons. Maybe people have a purpose in going there and that’s cool. They can do whatever they want, but it’s not me. And I think that that kind of
Sevan Matossian (13:26):
Bridges, What are the wrong reasons to drink away parities and drink away your life problems?
Andrew Hiller (13:32):
It’s just the whole, you work your ass off all week so that you can blow it on the weekend. Rinse, recycle, repeat. And then usually they’re there to pick up chicks and
Sevan Matossian (13:41):
Well that, there’s nothing wrong with that.
Andrew Hiller (13:43):
I guess there’s nothing wrong with that. It depends on what you want out of the girl you’re with the woman you’re with.
Sevan Matossian (13:50):
How long have you been with Alexis?
Andrew Hiller (13:53):
She’ll let you know. It’s like 2018 and I’ll say it’s been since 2015.
Sevan Matossian (14:01):
Would you know how to let’s say aliens captured Alexis and took her away and never She never came back. Do you know how to flirt? Or do you think that that skill has ERO eroded?
Andrew Hiller (14:11):
I’ve never known how to flirt.
Sevan Matossian (14:13):
Oh, interesting. Okay.
Andrew Hiller (14:14):
No. Do you know how to flirt?
Sevan Matossian (14:17):
I used to be a, Yeah, I know how to flirt. That’s my job is to flirt with people. I flirt with dudes. I’m flirting with you right now.
Andrew Hiller (14:24):
You know what? I can say that I can flirt with dudes
Sevan Matossian (14:27):
Andrew Hiller (14:27):
Can do it on purpose. But I’ve never,
Sevan Matossian (14:30):
I don’t do it on purpose either. But I flirt with dudes all the time.
Andrew Hiller (14:34):
Oh no. Kill them.
Sevan Matossian (14:36):
People will be like, I’m not gay. I’m like, Yes you are. They’re like, Why? I’m like, You’re so receptive to my flirting.
Caleb Beaver (14:41):
Oh dude. Anytime I interact with gay people or we just get along so much better than anybody else. It’s weird.
Sevan Matossian (14:47):
You just start flirting. We
Caleb Beaver (14:49):
Just, Yeah, me and gay dudes just get along. We just, It’s weird.
Sevan Matossian (14:52):
But I think my skills, Skills of flirting with girls have eroded.
Andrew Hiller (14:57):
They’re gone. Gay dudes are the nicest people for sure. I’ve never met a gay dude that I don’t like <laugh>. It’s interesting. I
Sevan Matossian (15:06):
Say that about gay women.
Andrew Hiller (15:09):
Actually, I can say the same. Every gay woman I’ve ever met is just pretty awesome.
Caleb Beaver (15:14):
Nah, I would, I would’ve to
Andrew Hiller (15:15):
Caleb Beaver (15:16):
Personally. I disagree. I
Sevan Matossian (15:18):
Disagree. Yeah. I can’t say that either. I could say I can’t. Yeah, I could think of fucking a hundred mean gay girls I’ve met. Not that it’s just a correlate. I’m not saying there’s a cause, but
Andrew Hiller (15:28):
I felt like a tear in my head. And there’s like a tiering of people I’ve known who aren’t the nicest and not one of ’em in any of the top tiers are gay. They’re all nice. In my book.
Sevan Matossian (15:41):
I think it goes, if you had to group them with their sexual orientation, it goes gay guys, then guys, then straight guys, then gay women.
Caleb Beaver (15:53):
What’s the difference between guys and straight guys?
Sevan Matossian (15:56):
Gay. Gay. Because gay guys, they’re their guards. They don’t care. Their guards down. They’re like, And Hiller’s got a little bit of that. You know what I mean? His guards down. He doesn’t care.
Andrew Hiller (16:07):
I don’t really care.
Sevan Matossian (16:08):
Yeah, he took his pants off. You just don’t care.
Andrew Hiller (16:12):
Was it, Are you saying Caleb doesn’t care either? That’s why they,
Sevan Matossian (16:15):
Everyone so well doesn’t care. He fucking is in the military. He’s fucking surrounded by cock all day. I guarantee you. Caleb sees a cock every day. Caleb seemed more cocked than all of us
Caleb Beaver (16:26):
For sure. Especially
Andrew Hiller (16:28):
Working. I wrestled
Caleb Beaver (16:29):
Well working. I know,
Sevan Matossian (16:30):
But he saw the same 35 cocks all the time. You had some stuffed in your face. Fair. Fair. You probably had more stuff than your face.
Caleb Beaver (16:37):
I probably see a different, probably see a different dick every day. Somebody’s coming in with, Did
Andrew Hiller (16:41):
You guys have a sport in high school where you showered together or No?
Sevan Matossian (16:45):
I was homeless. I used to shower at fucking public showers and I never
Andrew Hiller (16:49):
How old were you? Weren’t you in your twenties?
Sevan Matossian (16:51):
Yes. Probably 18 or 19. But up until then, I had never had any experience like that. Cause I didn’t play sports. And then all of a sudden, every day when I’m showering, I’m with a different naked dude.
Andrew Hiller (16:59):
Caleb, when was it for you?
Caleb Beaver (17:01):
I was in high school,
Andrew Hiller (17:03):
Caleb Beaver (17:03):
School. High school, college. And then when I joined the military, obviously in basic training, you’re just <laugh> all showering at once for it.
Andrew Hiller (17:11):
I went to, I think I mentioned it in my video with the Danny Spiegel video that I had a Catholic school upbringing. And I remember when I went to high school and started wrestling, it’s like everyone’s just naked in the showers. I was like, So this is the way the world is, Huh? <laugh>? Yeah. It was just like, Whoa, this is weird. All right,
Caleb Beaver (17:28):
Let’s open based showers. The first time that happened, you’re like, What the fuck? And then it was just normal.
Andrew Hiller (17:33):
There’s just one dude who just got completely naked and got in the shower. I’m like, Wait a minute. And then everyone else did it. I’m like, Okay. So I’m the one who’s different here. Okay.
Caleb Beaver (17:41):
<laugh>. Oh, I’m the weird
Andrew Hiller (17:42):
One. Got it. I’m the weird one. I thought it was just that one guy. I’m like, Well, I guess that shower’s fucking huge. And then everyone went into it. I’m like, All right, we’re doing it. <laugh>.
Caleb Beaver (17:50):
Sevan Matossian (17:51):
About when you’re in there, in there by yourself and there’s a shower tree. You know how there’s the shower trees? It’s like a pole. Oh,
Andrew Hiller (17:59):
Ours were interesting. It was like this giant cinder blocked in area and they all came from the ceiling.
Sevan Matossian (18:06):
Andrew Hiller (18:07):
There was no shower tree. It was weird. Yeah, it was cool. It was like a rain shower for the whole, It was a, I don’t know, 20 by 20 square.
Sevan Matossian (18:15):
Did you have shower trees, Caleb?
Caleb Beaver (18:18):
Yeah. I’ve had them in the past.
Sevan Matossian (18:20):
And there’s shower trees and some guy will fucking pull up. And I never had anyone just pull up to the same tree as me unless there’s like no room in the place. Obviously I’ve had that. There’s 10 dudes in there. So you’re sharing a tree, <affirmative> God, and you’re just like, you’re soaping your hair and your eyes are closed and you’re like, God, I hope I don’t bump into anyone
Caleb Beaver (18:40):
Sevan Matossian (18:41):
But even if someone came on the tree next to me and there were just two of us in there, I’m like, Dude. But there were good trees and then there were bad trees. There were trees that just, the shower heads didn’t work so good.
Andrew Hiller (18:52):
I know those. Okay. Yeah, I’m familiar with those.
Sevan Matossian (18:57):
I only had one weird incident. Did you ever have any weird incidents in the shower?
Andrew Hiller (19:02):
No. I mean there was always that one person that was part of athletics that was very comfortable with using the showers that way. And then there’s always a different feel to a gym class. But that the same people would also use the showers during gym class where everyone else, So over the course of the day, if there’s 500 dudes at the school, the 500 dudes that filter in and outta gym class, Cause everyone takes gym. But the one guy who’s like thought it was okay to shower in between classes. It was like there’s just one naked dude in the middle of the day. It’s like, okay, <laugh>. But he was cool. I mean, he’s doing his, He wasn’t thinking twice about it. Good for him. Yeah. Yeah. I wouldn’t do it. It’s like, all right, it’s in the middle of the school day. Let’s get naked in front of everybody.
Sevan Matossian (19:49):
One time I was in there and I was in there showering by myself and a dude comes in and he gets on a shower tree that’s probably two shower trees away from me. And I look and I’m showering and I look over at him and he has his arms crossed with his legs a little wider than unnecessary. And he’s got this and I look and he’s got this huge don, huge, huge. And I look up and we make eye contact and then I’m trying to soap and shower and get outta there. But I gotta take one more Look at this giant Don,
Andrew Hiller (20:24):
When you say giant. And also what maybe I don’t, It’s
Sevan Matossian (20:27):
Just like a 10 inch fucking limp. Don. No, this was in college. I was homeless. I was in the shower. This is like, and but I’m like, Oh God, I need to see it one more time. Is it real? You know what I mean? I’m just like, it’s fucked up.
Andrew Hiller (20:40):
There’s when he’s standing there,
Sevan Matossian (20:43):
Andrew Hiller (20:44):
At you. Is it like intimidation? Cause it’s, Look at my dog.
Sevan Matossian (20:48):
Yes. Yes. It was clear. That’s the way I took it. I took it, Hey, you want to handle this thing? Like
Andrew Hiller (20:54):
You said, no words. No words were said. You just
Sevan Matossian (20:56):
Got out of there <laugh>. No.
Andrew Hiller (20:58):
So you’re saying he totally dominated
Sevan Matossian (21:00):
You and I probably overcompensated by staying in there longer to show that I was comfortable. You know what I mean? Oh,
Andrew Hiller (21:06):
Okay. I would’ve said something like, Nice dick
Sevan Matossian (21:12):
<laugh>. What is this, Jeff? Why is Jeff obsessing on my homelessness homeless?
Andrew Hiller (21:20):
That the inferring is that
Sevan Matossian (21:22):
No, I didn’t have a home or a car for two years and I just had to figure out where to sleep every night. I think that’s homeless, sleeping in parks, shit that, Does that work? I don’t know. I don’t know. Maybe we have a different definition.
Andrew Hiller (21:39):
Asserting his dominance.
Sevan Matossian (21:41):
Yeah, he was definitely asserting it. And 30 years later, I can still see him and his Don. He looked like a foreigner. He looked like an Italian guy.
Andrew Hiller (21:53):
You’ve probably never seen the movie hall pass where they’re taking mental pictures and they’re like, and they’re closing their eyes and they’re like, I’m just storing those in the back of my head. That’s what you pictures mental pictures for. Later throughout the movie, they’ll just like flash their eyes. It’s like, what are you doing? It’s just throwing those for later.
Sevan Matossian (22:11):
Isn’t that Isn’t that called the bomb? The beat off memory bank?
Andrew Hiller (22:16):
I’ve never heard that, but sure,
Caleb Beaver (22:17):
Sevan Matossian (22:18):
Have I the bomb, the beat off memory bank,
Caleb Beaver (22:20):
Andrew Hiller (22:21):
Could you pick his dog out of a lineup? I bet he could.
Sevan Matossian (22:27):
No. I mean, I don’t even know. It’s all in my, It’s all imagination now. But it’s definitely story. I
Andrew Hiller (22:33):
Don’t like looking at him. Dude, if I were in your position there, there’s not a chance in hell. I would’ve stared at his penis.
Sevan Matossian (22:39):
Not even once. You wouldn’t have even given it the first glance.
Andrew Hiller (22:42):
It would’ve been like a peripheral and been like, Okay, that’s probably big. But that’s about it. But if it’s as big as you’re saying it is, I probably would’ve noticed it somehow some way. Especially if he was just standing there staring at his arms crossed. So
Caleb Beaver (22:58):
Third leg dangling
Andrew Hiller (22:59):
Out. I’m homeless. He’s homeless. Something might fucking go out. No,
Sevan Matossian (23:02):
He wasn’t homeless. He’s probably like an assistant professor there. Some shit. Is it uc, Santa Barbara there. I was the only, That
Caleb Beaver (23:09):
Dude was fucking so many students. I bet
Andrew Hiller (23:12):
He was a psychology professor and he wanted to see what you’d do. Homeless men in shower. I’m gonna stand facing it with my dick out. What’s he gonna do? Take one.
Sevan Matossian (23:23):
Does Andrew Hiller have a speculation? This is Alex.
Andrew Hiller (23:27):
I I have no speculation
Sevan Matossian (23:30):
Who the third person is who failed the drug test at the CrossFit games. I am referring to Barbell Spin. Sorry for change of subject. No, it’s okay. I think we had exhausted
Andrew Hiller (23:38):
The giant here. Hundred reps. Statues, Major Don bigger. No, but there is a raw spot right where I make hip contact at the barbell. I noticed it this morning. It’s like, what the fuck is that <laugh>? I could only be from hitting the barbell against it a hundred times. More like 115 after warmup reps and extra snatches.
Sevan Matossian (24:00):
I can’t believe you did that. You can’t be homeless if you have a fallback, which you did. What was my fallback? I definitely wasn’t welcome at my mom or my dad’s house. Definitely.
Andrew Hiller (24:15):
Yeah. I don’t have a memory bank of dick’s. Like you seem to have
Sevan Matossian (24:19):
Andrew Hiller (24:19):
That’s what I was going with, that whole mental pictures thing. Like I know what mine looks like and zero other people. I can’t put a face to a dick.
Sevan Matossian (24:30):
What’s funny too is that I tell people that I can’t visualize, but for some reason, the one thing that I can’t see is this guy from the shower when I was 20 <laugh>,
Andrew Hiller (24:41):
Visualize an attack.
Sevan Matossian (24:42):
Maybe it’s just consumed my entire, all the, my whole fucking data storage is full of, Cuz that’s how big his dick was.
Andrew Hiller (24:50):
No longer. Oh no, you’re running the original pc and it’s just like, that’s all I got.
Sevan Matossian (24:56):
<laugh> consumed it. Okay. I want you to see this video and tell me if you understand this video.
Andrew Hiller (25:01):
Oh, we’re back to this. Okay. Okay,
Sevan Matossian (25:03):
Here we go.
Caleb Beaver (25:04):
There’s nothing to appreciate a man for.
Speaker 5 (25:08):
This is James a Deir, the founder of Little Debbie and the creator of the 20. And these two handsome, the men on Maurice and Richard McDonald, the original founder of McDonald’s. This right here is Ray Croc, the man most likely who brought a McDonald’s to your area through franchising. And this is David Gole. This man pioneered the way for you to be able to inject a metric ton of insulin into your system to keep your own body breathing since you decided to destroy it to wear it can’t even function on its
Sevan Matossian (25:41):
Own Standby color. You think about it. Okay, standby. Color. Hold. Do you get that? I had to watch it twice. I’m like, What? I don’t get this video. Do you get it? What’s happening there?
Andrew Hiller (25:50):
Yeah. Those are a bunch of things that she’s a little bigger for that all these men did that helped her get that way.
Sevan Matossian (25:58):
Andrew Hiller (25:59):
And then also that last one keeps her alive.
Sevan Matossian (26:02):
Andrew Hiller (26:02):
I got so You’re welcome.
Sevan Matossian (26:04):
I didn’t get that at all. I’m like, how is this caller high?
Speaker 6 (26:10):
Hey, what’s up Stevan?
Sevan Matossian (26:11):
Hi, I’m good. Did you ask if I was good? No. What’s up? I’m just good.
Speaker 6 (26:16):
Awesome. Awesome. Nice. Saturday here in Florida. Hey, I got a question for Hiller.
Andrew Hiller (26:23):
Okay, what’s up?
Speaker 6 (26:25):
Hey Hiller, have you ever thought of doing a nat or not with your girl? Danny,
Andrew Hiller (26:33):
My next nanny or not is on a male. A hundred percent. No way. The
Sevan Matossian (26:37):
Answer is yes. He has thought about it.
Andrew Hiller (26:40):
Oh, okay. I
Sevan Matossian (26:41):
Just thought about it more than Ive thought about that guy’s dog in the shower.
Andrew Hiller (26:44):
Speaker 6 (26:45):
Andrew Hiller (26:48):
The only reason it would be on a mail is because I’m not, I mean, I did one on Tia, I did one on Haley, I’ve done one on Maderas and I’m just trying to go back and forth just because I don’t know. I know how people view that thing. And no matter what I can say in a comment section, in a video, people are gonna perceive things a certain way and S’s rights. Like, yes, I have thought about doing it.
Speaker 6 (27:13):
Andrew Hiller (27:14):
He saw right through my wraparound answer. So yes. Is your answer <laugh>,
Speaker 6 (27:20):
Sevan Matossian (27:20):
I wanna show
Speaker 6 (27:21):
You, Hey, you all’s covered for the Rogue was Oh, thank you. My biggest complaint about that whole thing, I know you guys addressed, but holy shit. The watching it as a fan on YouTube S
Sevan Matossian (27:38):
Why do you say that? That’s how we all watched it. Why do you say that?
Speaker 6 (27:42):
I just felt like I could never really see what was going on. I mean, the first example that pops up to me is that final The final five reps of the men’s seat and the double whatever the final workout was and fucking vener vener shit in the bed. And you can’t even see it unless you’re looking up in the top left corner of your screen.
Sevan Matossian (28:06):
Yeah, a fire. The dual was a big problem too. Did you notice in the dual, when they were doing the rope climbs, every shot started along the side of the rig and you’re like, Dude, it’s one rope climb. And every single heat we’re missing the rope climb. It was <laugh>. It was bizarre. Even
Speaker 6 (28:19):
It the whole pace. Every time someone crosses the finish climb, we gotta sit there and watch the person crossing finish line waved to the crowd. I’m like, Get back to the fucking race. You’re killing me.
Sevan Matossian (28:30):
Speaker 6 (28:30):
It’s just nuts. Anyway, you guys are awesome though.
Sevan Matossian (28:34):
I would like to say this, The stream. Oh yeah. Aw, that was, The stream was beautiful. The images were beautiful. The camera angles were beautiful. It just couldn’t, They didn’t follow the sport.
Speaker 6 (28:46):
Yeah. As And this better than me. Why can’t they do? And same with the game. I’ve seen them do it, but they don’t do it enough. Why can’t they split the screen in the four screens where you’re watching kind of four different parts of the workout going on? Or maybe even a double split.
Sevan Matossian (29:04):
Hey, that one time they did split the screen in four was amazing. Right?
Speaker 6 (29:09):
Exactly. What I was like, Why can’t they do that more?
Sevan Matossian (29:12):
There was a heat actually, we were watch, were watching the men’s comp or the woman’s comp, and they needed split screens so fucking bad and they didn’t use it. And then soon as it switched to the other sex, they used it and it’s like, Oh, I think it
Speaker 6 (29:23):
Was the log look. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (29:25):
Okay. Oh, yes, yes. Thank you Cal. That’s just longer
Andrew Hiller (29:28):
For me. Yes. The log lift, I do recall. Yeah,
Speaker 6 (29:30):
It was the log
Andrew Hiller (29:31):
Speaker 6 (29:32):
Anyway, I mean, I hate to bitch cause rogue’s amazing and it’s just nice to have something to watch.
Andrew Hiller (29:38):
The thing we gotta remember is number one, it was free, and number two, there’s gotta be some sort of an answer behind why it was so bad.
Caleb Beaver (29:45):
I wonder if it’s because they have all those cameras stationary on those platforms, but when there’s a field there, they have people walking around instead.
Speaker 6 (29:53):
Yeah. Hey, where are you from? Florida. In Orlando? Yeah. Yeah.
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