Sevan Matossian (00:00):
So excited. Do you know why I’m so excited? Why not? Because we had the King of Keto on yesterday, not because he has 3.2 million YouTube subscribers, <laugh>, but because I feel like we’ve done our tiny little part, we’ll allow people to start making the shift, start fucking waking up and speaking the fucking truth and not be scared. I mean, he basically told us yesterday, Hey, I’m afraid to speak on my own platform, but I’ll come over here and tell you exactly what’s going on. I can be honest over here. Yep. Thousand, you too. So fucking proud of this show. It’s a fantastic compliment. Yeah. And then this dude, the champ wants to come on. This is great <laugh>. Amazing <laugh>. Where are you Jason?
Jason Grubb (00:51):
Uh, it’s still in Cookeville.
Sevan Matossian (00:53):
Oh. But I mean, exact, I mean, are you in, are you at Mayhem right now or are you in a coffee shop? I just saw Grub in the background, so I was just wondering, like, you put that up in a Starbucks just right behind you. <laugh>.
Jason Grubb (01:04):
I carry it around so people
Sevan Matossian (01:05):
Know. Yeah. Set episode. I should do that. Do carry a step on podcast banner and go to Starbucks and do my show live from there. Put the banner up behind
Jason Grubb (01:16):
So it covers a window, uh, in the rv. Here’s the, this is the back door and there’s a window behind me and I get too much light spewing, uh, through it. So I have a banner covering a
Sevan Matossian (01:26):
Window. Oh, gotcha. You’re in the RV now,
Jason Grubb (01:29):
Right now? Yeah, yeah,
Sevan Matossian (01:31):
Yeah. I guess I recognize those blinds when I used to have an rv. But those back doors look like, um, back doors, like out of like a gymnasium or a Yeah,
Jason Grubb (01:39):
It’s, it’s all glass. It’s amazing. Um, so it’s, I have like a sliding glass door right here that opens all the way. And, uh, there’s, there’s a big, uh, door, like a garage, like this big door that pops down into a deck on the back of this thing. Or if I had an a t v, it would go to the ground and I could roll an a t V back into this, uh, garage area. Crazy.
Sevan Matossian (02:01):
Your your pod, your podcast studio. So cool.
Jason Grubb (02:04):
That’s way my podcast studio. I’ve got the, the bike. Ur like sticking up right there. Um, there’s a Do you,
Sevan Matossian (02:11):
You have a generator on right now? Cause I don’t, I don’t hear anything either it’s quiet or No, you’re
Jason Grubb (02:15):
Planning No, no generator. We’re connected to short power, so, okay. We got all the power
Sevan Matossian (02:19):
<laugh>. Oh, good. Good. Jamie, you got the apparel, uh, requirements for the show today, <laugh>?
Jason Grubb (02:25):
No, I didn’t know.
Sevan Matossian (02:25):
Okay. He’s got the uniform on Solid. Uh, uh, your, Jason, your studio is much nicer. Some, someone <laugh> someone wrote yesterday in the comments, boy, that was a weird start to the show and I was offended because the entire show should be always weird and the, the beginning should have been normal with the, with the CrossFit athletes on that should have been the normal part. That’s the weird part. Um, we are one day away, um, from it being over. Jamie, I did see that. Um, you are in third place. You’re, you’re, you’re still, you’re still on the podium. Um, how tough is it getting
Jamie Latimer (03:03):
Tough. It’s, uh, <laugh>. I’m extremely, extremely nervous.
Sevan Matossian (03:09):
Tell me why, why?
Jamie Latimer (03:11):
I don’t know. I just, I don’t know. I just constantly question my fitness and Yeah. Um, I don’t every, like, everything this weekend is like something I’m great at, paired with something I’m not great at. So it’s like, how well can you hold on? I don’t know. Today’s in, like, today’s front squats are heavy for me. Um, but I’m pretty good at bar muscle up, so we’ll see how those paired together. And same with trick hands and pushups. Good movement for me. Um,
Sevan Matossian (03:39):
I want to tell you guys at home how amazing Jamie’s doing the fourth place. Uh, who, who Collette Casey. Great athlete. 496 points and Jamie’s holding down third with 604 with over a hundred points. Um, does any part of this make you want to, like, okay, I got it. And you won’t push as hard or are you still going to like, I gotta go out
Jamie Latimer (04:00):
There. I’m like terrified of imploding out there and just, I’m, I’m super nervous.
Sevan Matossian (04:08):
So tomorrow morning we’re like, tomorrow morning after you get off the show, we’re like, damn, Jamie imploded <laugh>.
Jamie Latimer (04:13):
Right. That’s the last thing I want to do with you guys. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (04:18):
Uh, Jason, what, um, uh, what is, what is, do you recognize this, uh, this sort of this mode she’s in, these thoughts she’s having?
Jason Grubb (04:26):
Oh, yeah, absolutely. And I’m, I feel the same level of nervousness. Um, this morning. Everybody’s going much faster than anticipated. Um, you know, I normally go into workouts with a pretty set like strategy and game plan in my head on pacing, but the workouts have been fairly short and fast. So really the strategy has just been go as fast as possible and maybe, maybe not die. And I, I don’t know Jamie if that’s how you felt, but yesterday was, except for the G h d workout yesterday, was just set your hair on fire and, and let’s see what happens. Um, because there’s just no wiggle room on these things. And the final event today, it’s two back-to-back events in really tight timeframe. So it’s just, again, two sprints that could determine everything by seconds or a single rep. Uh, and that’s, uh, nerve wracking. Uh, for me, I’m sitting in, uh, I was something up with the scoring last night. I was tied for first when I went to bed. When I woke up this morning, I’m in by four points. So
Sevan Matossian (05:28):
You’re what? You’re in second by four points.
Jason Grubb (05:30):
By four points. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (05:32):
Did you know what happened when
Jason Grubb (05:33):
I went? I don’t know what happened. I just know that when I went to bed, I had to win these events to win the whole thing and I’m still in that spot. So it doesn’t really change anything. I just have to, you have to win today. That’s it.
Sevan Matossian (05:46):
Um, Jason, do you think this guy wants it more? This guy is more motivated than you because he gets to beat you?
Jason Grubb (05:54):
Uh, I mean there’s, I don’t know. I’m, I’m as motivated to not let him beat me. Okay. Probably as he is motivated to beat me. He’s a good athlete. He was at the games with me in 2021.
Sevan Matossian (06:05):
He better be good.
Jason Grubb (06:06):
Someone I saw. Yeah, he’s good. When I saw his, his name, um, sneaking up the leader, I knew he was gonna be here. So I was like, okay, this could be interesting. And then seeing him move up the leaderboard. We’ve done workouts. He’s a fast guy. He’s really, really fast and he has crushed these short workouts. Um, and uh, and that’s been a, a bit surprising, you know, when I’m in the middle of, uh, I don’t know, a three and a half minute workout yesterday thinking, how is, how is he going faster? This makes notes. I’m going at lightning speed and he’s just a smidge faster. So, um, yeah, he’s legitimate comp contender and, uh, very, very nice guy. But we are, um, we are, we are currently, uh, enemies until we finish this thing and then we can be friends again.
Sevan Matossian (06:51):
Jason, you’re in the 45 to 49 category. And Jamie, you’re in the 35 to 39?
Jamie Latimer (06:57):
Sevan Matossian (06:58):
Um, and, uh, Jamie, are, are you sick at all? Is your voice a little scratchy?
Jamie Latimer (07:03):
I don’t, yeah, I don’t know. <laugh> good. I, I feel great. I feel like a million bucks.
Sevan Matossian (07:10):
Yeah. Just cough on the lane next to you. Just talk covid, <laugh>, biological warfare. Um, uh, Jamie, when, when you get out there and they say 3, 2, 1, go, I have to assume that you will turn any of that, um, uh, anxiety you have into fuel.
Jamie Latimer (07:27):
Yeah. Hopefully it’s just adrenaline, any form of it, right?
Sevan Matossian (07:31):
I, i, is there a best way to be at the starting line? I, i is is that how you kind of wanna be, you kind of wanna be a little wound, a little too tight?
Jamie Latimer (07:40):
Um, I guess cuz I, I also don’t like, if I’m calm and like immediately my heart rate spikes and then it’s like you feel like you’re redlined immediately. So if it’s already high, then whatever, you’re just hanging out there.
Sevan Matossian (07:53):
Um, how, how close are you guys? So where you guys are at? It’s, uh, 11:05 AM
Jamie Latimer (07:59):
Yep. Uh, 10 0 5.
Sevan Matossian (08:00):
Oh, okay. Two hours ahead. Did your times get changed last minute today, Jamie? And if so, how does that affect you?
Jamie Latimer (08:06):
Uh, well, I would’ve stayed at the room longer and been more comfortable. Um, yeah, I got the email last night that heats were finalized and went back on and checked and had all my things written down. And then I don’t know why I didn’t check this morning before I left. I just was in my mode and packed up and left. And then my husband’s like, uh, like, half your girls are walking out, you should check out, like, check this out. And he’s like, oh yeah, you go. You don’t go until later. So, I don’t know,
Sevan Matossian (08:34):
Whatever. Okay. So, because originally you couldn’t come on the show because you were supposed to be competing right now.
Jamie Latimer (08:38):
Well, I, in and I would thought it was, I was going at 1106, so I would’ve been more starting to warm up right now.
Sevan Matossian (08:44):
Okay. And, uh, Jason, how’s your schedule going?
Jason Grubb (08:48):
Uh, good. Good. It didn’t change for me. I think it was, um, I, I don’t know. I don’t know what jumbled, but I started 3 46, something like that. Uh, so it’s a nice late afternoon workout. Uh, I’ll get there a couple of hours early to watch some earlier heats, and I’ll take, um, plenty of time to get warm today, uh, on a four day event like this. You know, at the games we competed for three days, and on the third day you felt beat up, but you just get through it. I felt that yesterday. And although today we’re only, we’re only moving for seven minutes, um, it’s, I feel, I feel every bit 47 today. And, uh, I’m gonna need to, to, to grease or, or lubricate all the joints and get that stuff just smoothed out, uh, to go out there and, and, and try to crush it.
Sevan Matossian (09:32):
Uh, Jason has won the CrossFit games three times. Two times two. How many? Three times. Three times. I apologize. Three times two. Um, and Ja, Jamie, what’s the, have you been to the CrossFit games?
Jamie Latimer (09:45):
Sevan Matossian (09:45):
And, and so is this the, if you finished third here, will this be the highest you’ve ever finished in, in retrospect to the size of this event? Um, besides like a local comp?
Jamie Latimer (09:55):
Sevan Matossian (09:56):
Dude, it’s crazy.
Jamie Latimer (09:59):
Crazy. Yeah, I don’t love crazy. I don’t love online stuff. Um, I pride myself on moving really, really well and, and I really am trying to trust the judges to hold everyone to the standard. Um, but I feel like I need, I was very frustrated with semi-finals this year, um, in the video review process, if any. Um, so I am thankful to be live and seeing people head to head.
Sevan Matossian (10:29):
Awesome. Uh, we’re rooting for both of you. Hopefully we can have you, uh, tomorrow we’ll try to schedule it so it’s, um, after the event, we can talk to you after the event. Um, I’ll text you guys this evening. Good luck today, Jamie. We’re all, all so freaking proud of you and thanks for doing this. And, uh, I, I know you’re a regular listener. I see you in the comments and it’s cool to like, uh, sneak a peep at you and, and, and, uh, pumped for you. And Jason, thank you very much for doing this. I know this was your idea to come on for like, you proposed it and I’m so glad we’re doing it. It’s cool touching base with you guys every morning, every day.
Jason Grubb (11:01):
Thank you guys. Appreciate
Sevan Matossian (11:03):
It. All right. Cheers guys. Good luck and, uh, good luck guys. Oh, and one more thing so people can watch this live now.
Jason Grubb (11:09):
Yeah. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (11:10):
Okay. Yeah, we’ll put a link in the comments so people can watch. Yeah. Okay. Oh, wow. Wow. That’s cool. The Mayhem guys are letting you guys stream it to their channel.
Jason Grubb (11:20):
They are streaming it to their channel. It’s, it’s a big production. They’ve got, uh, Annies, uh,
Sevan Matossian (11:25):
I saw Annie and Sean. Yeah. Lots of cameras. No, I, no shitty iPhones. No bright friends.
Jason Grubb (11:31):
They’ve got the live, actually the, like the live count on top. They know the reps. Um, so it’s, they they really went out on production. It’s amazing.
Sevan Matossian (11:38):
Awesome. Yeah. Looks fantastic. All right guys,
Jason Grubb (11:42):
How are y’all?
Sevan Matossian (11:43):
Peace in love. Cheers. Thank you for coming on. Uh, good. Hi. Good, good sweater, Jamie. Good sweater. Thanks. Good luck. Wow, it’s weird. I’m, I’m in a, um, condo in the rain on the beach, and these guys are getting ready to go live at mayhem. Excuse me. Yoel Roth. Yoel Roth. You guys know who that is? No, you don’t, but you should. No, I don’t. Yoel Roth was a, the head at Twitter of trust and safety. Trust and safety. Yes. And when you look at Yoel Roth, um, I’m not going to, if if you were to judge him, you would say that he does. He’s not a very manly looking man. He looks very, uh, um, he looks like he spends a lot of times worried about, uh, things that like I’m not worried about that I think are irrelevant to be worried about if, if, if you are a man to, to be quite frank, I’m starting to realize that yesterday I walked someone to the, who was visiting us to their car, and I walked barefoot.
And this was an older gentleman, probably 75 years old. And he goes, you know what? I can’t remember the last time I walked outside barefoot. And I just thought, think of how much time those people waste putting on their shoes that I never have to put on <laugh>. My life is so free and so good for just the dumb little things that I don’t do that other people do. If you, if you spend five minutes a day putting on and off your shoes, and I don’t do that, that’s um, uh, let’s say there’s, let’s say there’s four, just to make it easy. That’s 2000 minutes a year. Wait, did you say five minutes? Yeah, five minutes. Because you take your shoes on and off, let’s say four times a day. Three times a day. Let’s say you put boots on, this guy was wearing boots. Okay. That looked like they were, there was lot to lace up. You have to put your socks on, you have to find your socks, you have to wash your socks, you have to buy new shoes. Just all that shit. I’m just, you know, whatever the, the, uh, the cost of shoes. Five minutes a day, that’s 2000 minutes a year, times that by, uh, uh, 20 years. And now you’re at, um, uh, 40,000 minutes. What is, what is, what is 40,000 minutes divided by 60? Where’s my film? 40,000 minutes.
Cal Q later. 666. 666 hours. 660. Oh, that’s the devil’s sign, right? Isn’t that what people think? Oh, so my god. So so your shoes are the devil. Uh, no, we just proved it. 666, uh, divided by 24. I get, I get one more month of, I get one more month of life every 20 years than someone who wears shoes. And I bet you I do. I bet you I do 12 things like that. So I get a year more of life every 20 years than, uh, the, the QUT than those that are quaffed. I’ll take it. You
Caleb Beaver (14:52):
Should go barefoot out here.
Sevan Matossian (14:53):
I’ll take it. Oh, where, where you’re at.
Caleb Beaver (14:55):
Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. We’ll see how long that lasts.
Sevan Matossian (14:59):
<laugh> the ground is just on fire. It’s fire. Hey, will, will it melt your, will it melt your sh shoes? Like hot?
Caleb Beaver (15:08):
Um, no, I don’t think, I mean, like, it’s, it’s just dry heat. Like, it’s not like a
Sevan Matossian (15:15):
No. Let’s do, let’s do an egg cooking video if you can. <laugh> on the side.
Caleb Beaver (15:20):
It’s, it’s about, it’s about, uh, probably four months too late for that,
Mattew Souza (15:23):
But I like it. Recent post, what’d you call it? The, the circle.
Caleb Beaver (15:27):
The circle. Dude. It’s like Groundhog Day. Yeah. I swear to God I’m, it’s like this. You’re going to the same, uh, I have like the same four places, same four destinations every day. So
Sevan Matossian (15:41):
See Sea beaver? I’m not sure. Yeah, circle.
Mattew Souza (15:44):
Read that first one.
Sevan Matossian (15:45):
<laugh> the circle part two. The circle part one. Every morning starts with this closet at the end of my bunk. Put on shoes, pick up shaving kitten towel, trudge weirdly to the bathroom. Trailer trudge at the other end of the complex. Oh man. Trailers. I just pictured just a bunch of trailers connected to each other. Greet the usual with enough energy to muster a good morning. Or how are you knowing? Well, neither of us care for the answers. Put in contacts, brush teeth, shave, trudge back to the closet at the end of my bunk. Don the same outfit as every other day. Hey sir. Do you wash your clothes like every day?
Caleb Beaver (16:20):
No, I have like a, I have like multiple of the same outfit, the same uniform.
Sevan Matossian (16:25):
Oh, okay. So I just too,
Caleb Beaver (16:27):
So I just like put on a new one where I just wear the same one that I wore yesterday cuz I’m too lazy to put all the take off all the patches and put the patches on a new set.
Sevan Matossian (16:37):
Sling my backpack. Hold on, I’m gonna pull up the post. Gimme, lemme gimme a second. C Beaver Instagram.
Caleb Beaver (16:46):
It’s just like a perpetual like groundhog day.
Sevan Matossian (16:54):
Yeah. It’s, uh, and then, and then and then occasionally you see us, well not occasionally every day you said? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Look at this closet. Mm-hmm. Okay. See the outfits. I see the water. I don’t recognize that brand of water
Caleb Beaver (17:07):
<laugh> one person did, didn’t, I’m guessing they were deployed. So it makes sense. I
Mattew Souza (17:13):
Got Tide pods in case they wanna get crazy and eat a Tide pod.
Caleb Beaver (17:16):
Somebody said, I don’t think you should be eating those. And I was like, <laugh>. Well, I am. So that tastes good. Sorry.
Sevan Matossian (17:22):
What is, uh, what’s in those jars like that? B v n flight or something? Those just supplements, like creatine and shit.
Caleb Beaver (17:29):
Yeah. So the one on the left, the le the, that’s creatine. And the one in the middle is pre-workout and then the black one on the end is that Cslo stuff?
Sevan Matossian (17:40):
Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Um, yeah. Jeff Evans company.
Caleb Beaver (17:45):
Sevan Matossian (17:45):
Yeah. Yeah. That’s good stuff.
Caleb Beaver (17:46):
I’ve been using that stuff for a while. It’s, I really like it.
Sevan Matossian (17:49):
Um, you have the spicy ki uh, uh, cayenne pepper one. Yeah, that shit’s good. I would drink that shit.
Mattew Souza (17:55):
Yeah. Is that an apple?
Caleb Beaver (17:56):
It is an apple. Somebody thought, somebody thought it was a donut. I was like, it’s an apple filled with jelly. I’m just kidding. No, it’s just a, just an apple. Just in case I get hungry.
Sevan Matossian (18:07):
So you take that from the, uh, chow hall and then just bring it back that comes back with you as a backup food?
Caleb Beaver (18:12):
Yeah, I usually try to grab a couple snacks every time just cuz there’s stuff there during the like meal period so that isn’t there like all day.
Sevan Matossian (18:20):
Where’s your dildo? I don’t see your dildo in your
Caleb Beaver (18:22):
Pocket. Oh, I crossed that out. I
Mattew Souza (18:24):
Crossed it out. <laugh>. Get that.
Sevan Matossian (18:27):
Uh, Caleb. Um, is that, are those local brands of, uh, supplements or you brought those with you?
Caleb Beaver (18:34):
Um, I, I, uh, I ordered them. I got ’em mailed to me.
Sevan Matossian (18:37):
Oh, is Caleb in the Air Force?
Caleb Beaver (18:40):
Sevan Matossian (18:41):
Yeah. Oh yeah, Bruce right under the pillow. How, how did I Right <laugh>. Right. Hey, that shit must happen there, right? Like someone finds someone else’s dildo and then just everyone knows. Oh, yep. We found John’s dildo. Yep. <laugh>.
Caleb Beaver (18:56):
Sevan Matossian (18:57):
The, it’s like the only excitement there, right?
Caleb Beaver (19:00):
Exactly. Yeah. Anytime somebody like, obviously we get all of the nonsense in the hospital. So like, people with STDs or like scares or
Mattew Souza (19:09):
Wait, wait, STDs.
Caleb Beaver (19:11):
Mattew Souza (19:12):
Dave. How, how they get, how how’d that happen?
Caleb Beaver (19:14):
Well, sometimes you
Mattew Souza (19:15):
A goat. A goat. Was it a goat?
Caleb Beaver (19:17):
Yeah. Yeah. Um, usually so everybody gets screened before you leave, but it’s possible like it, you get like a false positive or like a false negative. So somebody could have like, had one and then brought it into the a r and um, then like people just get bored and they’ve gotta find something to do and then it just turns into a big old sleep fest with everybody.
Sevan Matossian (19:48):
Wow. They just
Caleb Beaver (19:49):
Kinda go, go place to place. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (19:52):
Hey, can you, do you get in trouble? Can you get in trouble for that?
Caleb Beaver (19:56):
Um, it depends on how severe it is. So I know there’s like a rule in the military, if you cause too much harm to your body where you can’t do your job, then you can get paperwork for it. Or like you can get like an article or something like that. Like somebody got a sunburn so bad or they like literally couldn’t do their job, but it was because they were like super fucking drunk on a beach somewhere. Right. And they just got fried and they got like third degree burns or something.
Sevan Matossian (20:22):
That’s, but I, I mean this, I’m assuming you guys aren’t supposed to have sex with each other. Is is that a rule?
Caleb Beaver (20:27):
Sevan Matossian (20:29):
Oh, it’s not a rule. Okay. No, I don’t think so. If some, some dude in like sector five, um, gets chlamydia. Okay.
Caleb Beaver (20:37):
That’s why we,
Sevan Matossian (20:37):
Some dude sector five gets chlamydia and then all of a sudden, two days later, some girl comes in from sector 12 with chlamydia. Sh they’re not in trouble. You guys don’t like, be like, okay, we’re, we’re putting together the pieces here.
Caleb Beaver (20:49):
No, but sometimes like if, if somebody gets like an std, like now you have to do contact tracing and so then you have to go
Sevan Matossian (20:55):
Well you do, you do have to do contact. Yes. Wow. That’s embarrassing
Caleb Beaver (20:59):
Shit. So you like, you have to like basically get in contact with everybody that person’s ever had some sort of like, physical interaction with going
Sevan Matossian (21:07):
How far back going, how far back?
Caleb Beaver (21:09):
Like as far as long as they’ve like started experiencing symptoms and then like a little bit further back. So
Sevan Matossian (21:15):
Like even if I just talked to you, even if I just talked to you, I have to be like, yeah. Oh no, no.
Caleb Beaver (21:19):
Physical interaction. Physical. Oh,
Sevan Matossian (21:21):
Caleb Beaver (21:21):
And I were touching themselves like genitalia. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (21:26):
What could you just lie and be like, no one, I don’t know where this came from.
Caleb Beaver (21:30):
<laugh>. Um, that’s when you probably get in trouble <laugh>. Like, you start to like deny and you’re like, it’s like there’s no way you didn’t get, like, you didn’t just happen upon this, you know, like some people come in and they’ll be like, um, I think I just like touched, I, I touched my, my penis to the, the shower curtain or like the, the toilet seat or something. And we’re like, that’s not really how it works.
Sevan Matossian (21:53):
Old toilet seated excuses.
Caleb Beaver (21:54):
Sevan Matossian (21:56):
I’m pregnant. How? I’ve no idea.
Caleb Beaver (21:58):
<laugh>. Yeah. It’s like, uh, I’m the virgin. I’ve never had intercourse for you. Like, Hmm. Interesting.
Sevan Matossian (22:03):
How many people since you’ve been there have gotten pregnant? Any?
Caleb Beaver (22:08):
Um, I think we had one and then they just sent her home. You just get that
Sevan Matossian (22:13):
Home. Wow. Wow. Even if like, like you’re only like 14 weeks pregnant. You’re
Caleb Beaver (22:18):
You’re out. Yeah. It doesn’t matter. Like if you’re, if you’re pregnant, like home station, then you get to ask for deployment. You can’t go, you’re basically, if you’re pregnant and you can’t go anywhere, uh, for basically like almost two years, like a year and a half to two years.
Sevan Matossian (22:33):
Caleb Beaver (22:34):
Because of how, because of all the, like the follow up care and the, like, you get put on, um, uh, maternity leave and like postpartum profiles and stuff like that. So
Sevan Matossian (22:46):
God, that would suck if you, if you went home pregnant but your husband wasn’t, wasn’t there. Oh, that’s an
Caleb Beaver (22:53):
Awkward conversation. Well then it happens vice versa too. So like the dude will come out here and they’ll come back and they’ll be like, oh, I’m pregnant. I’m like three months pregnant. And you’re like, I’ve been gone for six
Sevan Matossian (23:03):
Caleb Beaver (23:04):
And you’re like,
Sevan Matossian (23:05):
Caleb Beaver (23:08):
It doesn’t really add up.
Sevan Matossian (23:09):
It’s that damn toilet seat again. That
Caleb Beaver (23:12):
Yeah. The damn deal seat again.
Sevan Matossian (23:14):
I don’t think, yeah, I don’t think you get fired. You don’t get kicked out of the military, you just gotta do a different job, right?
Caleb Beaver (23:20):
Um, no, she, it, you doesn’t even change her job. Basically. She just goes home and does the same job just at home. I’m there. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (23:28):
All dude infantry here as well. But I got out in 98. Hmm. Meaning what? What? Meaning he was, he was only with dudes. There were no girls where he was.
Caleb Beaver (23:38):
Sevan Matossian (23:41):
Uh, Jay McKay put boys and girls together in a stressful situation for long periods of time and shit happens. How about even just not stressful situations.
Caleb Beaver (23:48):
<laugh> dude. Yeah. You just literally, if you just throw ’em in the same like vicinity, eventually they’re just gonna like, they all come together.
Mattew Souza (23:58):
It’s, it’s like this.
Sevan Matossian (23:59):
I did hi rocks yesterday. Such a cool event and I got to see Hunter in person. Wow. That’s uh, where was that at?
Caleb Beaver (24:08):
Uh, like Wisconsin or something? No, cause that was the one Heidi just
Sevan Matossian (24:12):
Did. So there’s this guy Yoel Roth, I’m looking at 2 99 and he was the trust and safety guy over at Twitter and he was talking shit about Elon ba basically saying how Twitter’s not as safe as it used to be now under Elon’s rule. So Elon released some of his tweets.
Mattew Souza (24:35):
Caleb Beaver (24:36):
Sevan Matossian (24:37):
This, look at this guy. This guy is speculating. Can high school students ever have meaningful consent to, to sex with their teachers meaningfully? Can high school students ever meaningfully consent to sex with their teachers? This is the former head of trust and safety over Twitter. This is the guy who helped kick off Donald Trump. Hey, he, there’s another post. You, you, you can’t, you probably won’t be able to read it, but I’ll sum it up for you. He, he, he says, because there’s kids already underage kids on Grindr that we need to learn how to make Grindr safe for underage kids.
Mattew Souza (25:16):
Caleb Beaver (25:17):
Oh, here it is. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (25:18):
Are you guys familiar with fucking what Grindr is? It’s where dudes go to ejaculate on each other, find other dudes to ejaculate on. Yeah. Listen, listen, uh, for teen, but the fact that people under 18 are on those services already indicates that we can’t readily dismiss these platforms out of hand as low keefe as location for queer youth culture rather than merely trying to absolve themselves of legal responsibility or worse trying to drive out teenagers entirely. He’s saying it would be bad to drive teenagers out of Grindr. The service provider should instead focus on crafting safety strategies that can accommodate a wide variety of use cases for platforms like Grindr. Are you outta your fucking mind?
Mattew Souza (26:03):
Caleb Beaver (26:04):
Sevan Matossian (26:05):
Where do you draw the line on that? So we have this group of seven year old girls who’s using Tinder and we can’t get them off. So we’re gonna make Tinder safe for them.
Hey, let’s just be honest too. Let’s just be honest. It has nothing to do with gay men or, or straight men. You’d never want to leave boys alone on a site with shitloads of men looking to have sex ever. It’s the worst place. Men are men. Men already. We already, I mean, I I bet you 99% of all rapists are men, right? We already have established that our insurance is more cuz we drive like idiots. We do all the killing, we do all the fucking weird shit with our penises. We fucking cantaloupe a hump of pillow <laugh>. And we can, we watch porn instead of like go to bars and get girls. I mean, and yet you, you want to somehow find a safe way to have underage boys mixed with gay men who are who I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say that they’re the most hypersexualized kind of men with no, no insinuation of whether that’s negative or positive.
You fucking maniac Yoel Roth on Twitter. And by the way, last week Twitter did remove 44,000 child pornography sites that were coming out of India. And yet this guy is saying, Twitter’s a left sa less safe spot. The article went on to say somewhere in there it said that 20 that Twitter had, I don’t know if they still have 2200 people, um, around the world who were sort of the people who scoured Twitter looking for shit to, to ban, kick off, delete nuts, nuts. The scumbags that were out there. Hey, once again, do you think that guy is a Democrat or a Republican? Just ask yourself. So whatever you don’t like about Republicans, Jesus, whatever you don’t like about Republicans, I just put it up against that because there’s like, just put it up against that.
Are you watching this shit going on with China and Saudi Arabia? No. Little bit. This is some really, really scary shit. Hey dude. So there’s something called the petro dollar. I didn’t really understand it, but we made a deal from, from the, and feel free for anyone to, to unfuck me, but we basically made it, Nixon made a deal and Kissinger made a deal that there would be something called the petro dollar. Meaning that every bit of oil that’s bought out of Saudi Arabia has to be bought with the dollar no matter who buys it. Hmm. Thus giving our, what’s a petro dollar, petro dollars? Crude oil export revenues denominated in US dollars. The term gained currency in the 1970s when storing oil prices generate large trade and current, uh, accounts. Uh, surplus is for oil exporting countries. Then as now oil sales and the resulting current account surpluses were denominated in dollars because the US dollar was and remains by far the most widely used currency.
It wasn’t, it’s not only the most widely used. They said that Saudi Arabia would require anybody who bought oil from them to buy it in dollars, thus making our money relevant. Mm. And just to give you an idea of how important that is, 70% of all $100 bills are not in the United States. They’re elsewhere. Wait, whoa, wait, say that again. 70% of all $100 bills are elsewhere. They’re not in the United States. Wow. Well now China is, is trying to strike a deal with, uh, Saudi Arabia to accept their currency. That they will actually, instead of give you the dollar, they’re exploring other currencies. A digital currency and gold. Hmm, actual gold. If that happens, our economy collapses.
Mattew Souza (29:49):
Well, the dollar definitely weakens. That’s for damn sure.
Sevan Matossian (29:54):
It’ll go away. <laugh> it will go away. Hey, don’t.
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