Sevan Matossian (00:00):
I’m watching. Um, bam. We’re live. Who? Oh, Fado did. Bam. We’re live for me this morning.
Mattew Souza (00:08):
Hell yeah. That was funny.
Sevan Matossian (00:11):
Uh, I was gonna say good morning. Heidi <laugh>. Uh, hi, Heidi. Uh, okay. Se here’s the idea. You go to the break, you go to break the longest live show on YouTube record, have a rotating Sesame Street of guests, and just see how long you can go.
Mattew Souza (00:27):
Wasn’t that wa Appalooza last year?
Sevan Matossian (00:30):
Mattew Souza (00:30):
Sevan Matossian (00:34):
Uh, gra Glad Savon finally decided to think of, uh, about US East folks tonight. It was an accident. It wasn’t a purpose. Uh, Moonie. Hi, uh, Stein Gun. A no show. No, I think, uh, he just texted me and said he’s jumping in the shower. Uh, Hiller’s analytic video is great.
Mattew Souza (00:52):
I started watching that. Have you seen it?
Sevan Matossian (00:54):
Yeah, but like a jackass. I watched it at 1.5 speed. And I thought he had sped it up. I forgot that I had sped up my YouTube <laugh>, and so I was like, fuck, this is a lot to take in. And
Mattew Souza (01:04):
You’re like, he’s he’s gotten quicker on that mic, huh? <laugh>. That would be funny. Like a marathon day where we just have this rotating, rotating guest and you just on for like an eight hour shift.
Sevan Matossian (01:17):
I, I, I felt like I was crashing on, um, Pedro’s, uh, podcast.
Mattew Souza (01:21):
Mm. You look, that was good.
Sevan Matossian (01:23):
Lucky camera straps. 1499. Some love to start the show. Thanks, dude. Cheer,
Mattew Souza (01:28):
Sevan Matossian (01:28):
Mattew Souza (01:29):
Sevan Matossian (01:30):
Thank you. Thank you. Should I just start using Heidi’s
Mattew Souza (01:34):
<laugh>? So when she gets it, you’re like, Hey, it’s broken. At this point, I’m just taking ’em to a lot of alza with me.
Sevan Matossian (01:40):
Oh, smart, smart. Um, David Lucas starts it off. Yeah. <laugh>
Mattew Souza (01:47):
<laugh>. I agreed with you, by the way. You should have just like, just started hammering him.
Sevan Matossian (01:52):
Yeah. Like, Hey asshole. I should have just gone at him.
Mattew Souza (01:55):
Oh my gosh, Mike, you are too. Nice. Dude, that is incredible.
Sevan Matossian (01:59):
Uh, Suza, the hoodie went out. Uh, baby should be, oh, that is really cool.
Mattew Souza (02:03):
Sevan Matossian (02:04):
Oh, that dude’s jacked.
Mattew Souza (02:07):
Holy crapp. He’s jacked.
Sevan Matossian (02:09):
Yeah. That’s not him.
Mattew Souza (02:12):
Sevan Matossian (02:13):
Uh, I wanna tell you something that we’re gonna try this year. Um, we were generous enough to get donations for, uh, wa Palooza to help us pay for our trip out there. And we bought $2,000 worth of shirts, um, thanks to, uh, paper Street Coffee and California Hormones. And I think that the idea is to give them a way to any athletes, any participants. I don’t know if that’s gonna include people who do the gauntlet, but for sure people in the adaptive age. Individual, I think, um, or maybe we should just do, I don’t know. Maybe we’re, we should make it just individual. Anyway, I wanna give away the shirts to people who are, uh, participants of the, at the event. So people who pay some sort of registration fee will get the, uh, hubba Hubba hubba. Um, I, damn, I want it to be for people who pay registration fee. Why not a Diet Coke, Mr. Stein diet? It
Alex Stein (03:08):
Is diet. It’s zero. It’s zero. It’s zero. It’s terrible. I’m doing terrible on my diet.
Sevan Matossian (03:13):
I hate to judge you. I hate to judge you.
Alex Stein (03:15):
You can judge. No, cuz I’m doing so bad. But the thing is, is, is there’s no excuse, but we restart the podcast. Are we live? Yeah, we’re rock and rolling. Well, well, what I’m saying is, this is everybody’s excuse. I was just watching, uh, Joe Rogan beating up Dr. Peter Hotez for having a bad diet. I don’t know, have you seen that viral clip? Uh, so
Sevan Matossian (03:32):
On. No, you should pull
Alex Stein (03:34):
It up. But it, it, it is just kind of recently somebody posted it up, but it’s kind of like, and he’s, Dr. Hotez is like the biggest vaccine guy, and basically he’s like, well, do you take care of yourself by eating healthy, yada yada, yada. He’s like, no. Do you exercise? No. Um, and so, uh, gosh, I, I forget my, my point. Oh, this is, my point is, is he’s basically just calling him out for being a hypocrite. You know, because he doesn’t take care of his diet and, you know, vaccines, will he heal everything? So he kind of need to be called out. It’s my point. But that clip is really good. It’s about a four minute clip. Uh,
Sevan Matossian (04:01):
Did you see it on Instagram? Yeah.
Alex Stein (04:03):
Where’d you find that? I, I saw it on Twitter. Lemme try to find it. Lemme go to my likes and I’ll I’ll send it. I’ll
Sevan Matossian (04:07):
Text. Hey dude, that robe is cool.
Alex Stein (04:09):
You guys like this? Yeah. I don’t know. I mean, I’ve had this for forever, but, you know, I just walked my dogs. I’ve been sweating. But dude, I’ve been so tired lately. This end of the year and this holiday stuff. How are you guys feeling? Isn’t this kind of a weird, do you feel good? It’s kind of just a weird emotional time. The holiday season between Christmas and New Year’s.
Sevan Matossian (04:28):
Uh, well, I, I get, I I I will say this, I’ve s been seeing your dad more and more in your social media, I feel like. And, and that’s And your dad, right? Dad?
Alex Stein (04:38):
Yeah. Yeah. I think he’s in one video, but Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I thought
Sevan Matossian (04:41):
I saw, I thought I saw him in a
Alex Stein (04:43):
Few, I put him in social. Oh, I put him in my Instagram, I guess. Yeah, yeah, yeah,
Sevan Matossian (04:46):
Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And I like that. I, I, that makes me, um, that makes me feel good. I, I just start having these, uh, delusional thoughts that, oh, this is awesome. Alex like, bonding with his dad and his dad’s like, probably proud of him and seeing how hard he’s working and there’s nothing better.
Alex Stein (04:59):
Why on wait, I to cut you off? That’s, you like that content? Because I’ve been, I been brainstorm was like, I need to shoot more content with my dad type stuff, and I’m just, and I only posted one video. He’s in it for 10 seconds. And you like that? I’m saying that stuck out in your mind because I’ve been thinking it, like, I could just go film him and I having lunch or something once a week and it would be a funny video. Even if it’s just a 30 minute deal.
Sevan Matossian (05:20):
It’s such a contrast to you. He’s so sober.
Alex Stein (05:23):
<laugh>. Yes. Yes. He’s very, he’s, and, and we’re actually a lot of likes. See, my dad and I, we used to do this gimmick, and this is probably why I’m like this, where he’d grab my nose like this and we’d go to Walmart and he’d hit my hand really hard and I would fake it. I’d be like, oh, blood. We would joke, like it was a total work. It was like wrestling. Like, I’d be like, Hey dad, can I have this toy? And might be like, are you guys over another toy? And he would kind of gimme a signal and we would go <laugh> and I’d be, oh my nose. And a couple times he got detained at department stores and we had to tell him, oh, it’s a joke. And we had to redo it. We had to be like, here, look, this is how we do it here. We’ll do it right now.
Sevan Matossian (05:57):
Wow. That does explain a lot.
Mattew Souza (05:59):
Oh, dude. That, that’s hilarious.
Alex Stein (06:01):
So my dad and I need to go do that. We need to go do that. Oh, here, let me find that. Let me find the Peter Hots clip. Hold on. It’s in my likes. I can find it. Two
Mattew Souza (06:08):
Seconds. Yeah. Seven. Do you remember which video it was?
Sevan Matossian (06:10):
Uh, which one? No. No,
Alex Stein (06:11):
It’s not, it’s not on Instagram. It’s on my, it’s on my, uh, uh, Twitter. But I, I it’s under my likes.
Sevan Matossian (06:16):
It’s Are you talking about with his dad? Suza? Yeah.
Alex Stein (06:18):
Oh yeah, that’s under, that should be Pimple Popper on, on YouTube. Alexander Television channel. Type that in and it should come up. Lemme see if I type in Rogan Hotez if this thing comes up.
Sevan Matossian (06:29):
I typed in Rogan Hottes. I didn’t get shit. Yeah, he did it out. Oh. But I didn’t hit videos.
Alex Stein (06:33):
Yeah, hit videos. Hold on.
Sevan Matossian (06:36):
There’s, uh, one in Arabic.
Alex Stein (06:39):
Sevan Matossian (06:40):
Back, I don’t recognize Hotez. Is he, is he one of
Alex Stein (06:43):
The faces? He’s annoying now, now he’s become the face of the biggest, you know, pro-vaccine guy.
Sevan Matossian (06:47):
Oh, he has? There is.
Alex Stein (06:49):
Yeah. This guy Peter Hotez. And he and, and Joe’s been interviewing him for years. I think that’s a second time. I believe he was on there. Um, Peter Hotez.
Sevan Matossian (06:57):
How did it go between him and Rogan? Did, did Rogan push back pretty hard?
Alex Stein (07:00):
Well, I think this is just pre, you know, uh, okay, here it is. Here it is. I gotta, I got it pulled up.
Sevan Matossian (07:05):
Oh, you think it’s old? It’s episode 1451. What? What’s, yeah, it’s Oh, from April, 2020.
Alex Stein (07:11):
Yeah. It’s old, but it’s just, I mean, it’s just kind of talking about how this guy is like this. Yeah. So there’s the idea that
Mattew Souza (07:16):
Pops in the background.
Alex Stein (07:18):
So you like that you like Alex,
Sevan Matossian (07:20):
You’re getting Botox.
Alex Stein (07:22):
No, I had a freaking thing on my neck. It’s still kinda there. I had to get it drained as like a cyst. And I just went to a Botox place cuz it was like, they’re like, oh, we’ll drain it. We charged 150 bucks
Sevan Matossian (07:31):
And they drained it. Yeah.
Alex Stein (07:33):
But it didn’t, nothing, not even that much stuff came out. They just cut a hole and then it healed and it was basically gone when it healed. But, um,
Sevan Matossian (07:39):
I had one of those on my, I had one of those on my hip, like on my belt line. I think it was from my b my waistband hitting it. I just took a pin and popped it. I got a lot of good shit.
Alex Stein (07:49):
I’ve been, I’ve been wearing this weighted vest and I just think it was like something from my weighted vest or something. I don’t know. Who knows? I mean, I’ve a
Sevan Matossian (07:55):
Bulletproof vest. Are you wearing a
Alex Stein (07:56):
Bulletproof vest? No, I’m wearing a 20 pound weighted vest. I, I mean, I’ve been walking, I just haven’t, dude, this is my problem I was talking about earlier, Dr. Hotez, this is my point when Joe was really hammering him and in the clip he’s like, oh, well you know, it’s hard to stay healthy when you exercise. And then Joe was like, no, I mean, excuse me. He started to say healthy when you travel. And then Joe’s like, no, every time I travel, the first place I go is the gym. And I’m like, gosh, I got to adapt that mentality. That is the thinking. Like that is why people listen to Joe Rogan content because you hear him talking. I’m like, God, I can’t be a pussy. I mean, Joe’s right? Like, it’s easy for me to be like, oh, I’m at the Hilton Garden Inn. I can just go to my hotel room and do nothing. You know, it’s like I should be just cuz I’m tired is not an excuse for me not to go do 45 minutes or an hour of exercise.
Mattew Souza (08:36):
Yeah, you’ll feel so much better after traveling too. You go in there and get a little sweat in a little pump and you’re like ready to go, dude.
Alex Stein (08:41):
Ex ex. Exactly. But this is also my problem is I overeat and then when I’m freaking on the road, I’m eating at the airport, I’ve just been traveling so much. That’s no excuse. I mean, I listen to Joe, he’s like, I eat right. But I, I’m just saying I hate it because all of a sudden I’m like, oh, I’m on the gay Peter Hotez side of this argument. I’m watching, I’m like, I’m Peter ROEs.
Sevan Matossian (08:58):
Ah, no. If you gay people exercise, if you were on the gay side, you’d bust
Alex Stein (09:02):
Trouble with gay. I don’t mean that like that. I’m pro-gay. I’m just saying, you know what I mean? I mean, I’m on the, I’m on the not cool side of this argument. I’m on the, the not, I don’t wanna be on his, I wanna in Rogans, but whatever. So, hey,
Sevan Matossian (09:15):
I got it for you. I got it for you. You ready? Yes. You set your clock on your iPhone for 10 minutes mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And you do five burpees on the minute. Okay. For 10 minutes.
Alex Stein (09:27):
That’s it. So you do 50 burpees for 10 minutes, that’s
Sevan Matossian (09:30):
It. And, and then, yeah. And if that’s, and, and then when that, and then after you do that for 10 times, you know, 10 different hotel visits, you switch it to six, you switch it to seven, you’re a big man, right? How tall
Alex Stein (09:39):
Are you? Yeah, I’m six three and I’m 242 pounds. Okay.
Sevan Matossian (09:42):
Yeah. Start with five. I’m five five, a hundred sixty pounds. So I do 10 on the minute, but just do five. And then what you’re doing, Alex, is you’re doing the greatest calisthenic invented demand. You’re lowering your center of mass to the ground and then you’re raising it to its highest point. There’s nothing greater you can do for your body.
Alex Stein (09:56):
That’s, and I agree. I I think body weight is probably the best, you know, sort of, uh, I mean, I mean mm-hmm. <affirmative> obviously you want a little weight, but I, I mean really I think body weights, that’s what all like the Navy seals do and all that stuff for training and endurance. It’s really just bo I mean a me I wanna be like a marathon runner more than a bodybuilder. So that’s why I like Me
Sevan Matossian (10:11):
Too. Me too. I, I want people to say, Hey, you look skinny. Some guys are like, don’t like that. I’m perfectly okay with
Alex Stein (10:17):
That. Well, and and you’ve noticed in the fitness world, which I like because I love rich bian and, and like, you know, there is a science to it that, that’s fun and all this stuff. Two 40, they don’t think I’m two 40. What do they
Sevan Matossian (10:26):
Think? No, they believe you. He’s saying you’re too big. He’s saying you’re too big. I
Alex Stein (10:29):
Am. Yeah. No, no, I am, uh, uh, I literally just read to myself 2 42. I’m way too big. I need to be 2 0 5, really need to be 1 95, but 2 0 5. I’m a 36 waist. I’m just, I’m, I’m, I’m not in good shape right now. And it’s, it’s just, I have so many excuses.
Sevan Matossian (10:43):
You look good. You look good.
Alex Stein (10:45):
Uh, okay, well I’ll take that. But, but this is what I’m excited for and I’m also a little stressed. I’m going on my first, you know, quote unquote vacation. I’m not going to film any content or anything. I’m going to Vegas for the next three days. So that’s gonna with my girlfriend, so
Sevan Matossian (10:57):
Oh, that’s what I wanna know about. You have a girlfriend?
Alex Stein (11:00):
Yeah, I’m dating a girl and she’s a, she’s just graduated from college. She’s a 23 year old C c u crowd. And you know, me being a 36 year old man, <laugh>, it’s really fun. I’ll tell you. Hey,
Sevan Matossian (11:09):
Is it that blonde girl who’s sitting behind you in one of the videos, like laughing? Yes,
Alex Stein (11:13):
Yes, yes, yes, yes. That’s her. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Damn. You heard you’re an
Sevan Matossian (11:17):
Alex Stein (11:17):
Sevan Matossian (11:18):
Hey, is that also, Hey,
Alex Stein (11:20):
How do you got an eye like a hawk? You’re, I mean, and, and I’m just telling you, I think you created a whole new form of content by just you noticing my dad in that short content because you said something and then two other friends of mine was like, oh, you need more content with your dad. And uh, and it’s just because everybody, it’d be funny with you, with your dad, it’d be funny with Matt, with his dad. It’s just, there’s something funny about people like with their family, but especially cuz my dad and I are lunatic. So that, that’s why I might question you
Sevan Matossian (11:43):
<laugh>. Hey, so I was at this, I went to a, a party. Matt was getting married and I went to the pre-party. I didn’t go to the wedding, but I went to the pre-party and I met this girl there. And then like, like a month later, this girl, she lived in Texas, right? Matt? Matt, you tell the story. This is cr a crazy story. This involves you Alex. Yeah,
Mattew Souza (12:00):
It does. It’s kind of funny. So it’s one of
Sevan Matossian (12:02):
My girls. This is in California. Santa Santa. Santa Santa Cruz, California. In the middle of nowhere I meet this girl. Okay?
Mattew Souza (12:07):
It’s, it’s, it’s my, my wife’s uh, one of her really good friends from college. And like, what, what was it like two weeks later, a week later after the, after the wedding, I see her post a picture with you at an event out in Texas. And I go, oh. And so I end up messaging her and I’m like, Hey, I’m a huge fan of Alex. We’ve had him on the podcast a bunch of times. And she goes, oh really? Well can you, can you help me out here? And uh, and I go, well, you know, I don’t know, he is coming on again. Maybe we’ll chat about it. And uh,
Sevan Matossian (12:33):
She got his phone number. She got Allison. Who
Alex Stein (12:36):
Is this girl? Is it Paris? Do I know this girl? <laugh>? Yeah. See, I know, it’s funny cuz I know Paris really well. I mean, I don’t know her super, super well, but I know her well enough cuz she was just in California for like two months or a month or something. She was just there for a long time. Yeah, no, she’s my girl. She’s not girl. But I’m dating this other girl. But Paris knows I, yeah. This is the other problem. This is another problem. God bless. Paris is a beautiful young lady. I would go out with her a million times over, but I was talking to Paige before I even met Paris for the first time. But this is the problem.
Sevan Matossian (13:00):
What a small world, right?
Alex Stein (13:02):
It is tiny. It is tiny. It is so small and people think it’s so big, dude. It is so, it is so small. Unless you,
Sevan Matossian (13:08):
This party, this party was in Libtard Bill, Alex, like these people, if they knew who you were, like no one at that place would fucking like you. Like I’m telling the, the odds of me meeting someone who wants
Alex Stein (13:17):
Sevan Matossian (13:18):
<laugh> wants to juggle your genitalia in California at a party like this is crazy.
Alex Stein (13:22):
No. Impossible. Hey, you know what? Even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while. And I mean, and dude, this is the other thing. And I guys, I keep on talking about, I don’t wanna, you know, they, they say mo money mo problems or fame or whatever, and I’m not famous, but the bigger I’m getting, the more people that are coming after me. So it ha it’s kinda this double-edged sword where it’s like, yes, people go to a party on these cute girls like talking about you. I’m like, oh yeah, that, that feels good. There are cute girls in my dms, but there’s also like incel freak, you know, uh, Antifa, people coming to threaten me posting pictures of, you know, God knows what I mean, edited photos. I’m just saying I get some of the most hate mail. So it’s weird. The more love you get, the more hate you get. It’s almost equal. It’s almost like a shoehorn effect, you know? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, the more love you’re getting the
Sevan Matossian (14:02):
Sell. What’s incel what’s that mean?
Alex Stein (14:04):
That’s an involuntary celibate. Hold on, lemme put my cat sky outta here. Gosh almighty
Sevan Matossian (14:09):
God, if his robe fell off, that would be awesome.
Alex Stein (14:11):
I know he
Mattew Souza (14:12):
Alex Stein (14:13):
No, he just bugs me because SkyBus the number one ranks cat of my cats. And you know, you
Sevan Matossian (14:17):
Are big time now. La The first time we had you on, you loved your cats. Now they’re just fucking getting yelled at and shit.
Alex Stein (14:22):
Fucking me off. No, it’s only Skybar. It’s just because they’re all being divas and, and they know that I’m, they know I’m about to travel cuz they see the luggage out. So that’s when they really start going. They’ve peed on my suitcase multiple times. I like, I have no idea how I, this, the, the, the suitcase is all the way at the top of my, my closet. Unless I’m might get in there and peeing it. No, they’re, they’re insane. They do not like it when I’m on the road. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (14:45):
Uh, if you would like to, um, ask Alex Stein a question, you can call in if you say something stupid, uh, I’ll give you a free t-shirt. <laugh>, there we go. So, so that checks one thing off the list already. Not only do you have a girlfriend, but you’re going on um, to Vegas with her, which is, which is cool. Why Vegas? Why don’t you go somewhere?
Alex Stein (15:03):
I know. Well this is why, I mean because if lights were so cheap, uh, we’re so cheap we’re flying Spirit Airlines. It was like they were paying us to go there cuz that, that’s another reason. Uh, and I’m going to London, I’m going to London on uh, January 22nd to go do some publicity stunts. And I’ve already had to hire an attorney out there just in case I get any trouble because Oh shit. Uh, yeah, I’m gonna go do some protests in London. But, but back to back to Vegas. So, so this is the trips I’ve planned. I got Vegas Tampa than London for January. So I got a, I got a lot on my plate in the, in the, that’s what I’m kind of stressed about. But what I’m saying about Vegas, the reason why I went there, I, and I have, I’m talking about all my humble brags, I’m not trying to talk about this, but I have the Amex, I have the Amex platinum card.
And so that gives me, that gives me a status at any Hilton hotel. So like the Tropicana Hotel, even though that’s not a great hotel, it’s kind of a shitty hotel, but it’s like, it was like basically free and I get a suite there, so Oh, that’s nice mean. Yes, I got like a suite at the Tropicana and I got, the flights were cheap on spirit. Um, so I, I and I don’t drink, but you know, we can go there and you know, they have uh, you know, they have so much stuff going on. So that’s why you don’t drink. That’s just a tourists. No, I don’t drink. I don’t drink. So that’s kind of like, I’m not gonna go there and get wasted. I might, the Cowboys play against the Titans. I don’t, I used to like to gamble, but now it kind of gives me anxiety.
Um, but, but I, I’m probably gonna go put like 200 bucks in the Cowboys game or something. Just to make it, yeah, make it fun. You’re in, you’re in the game. It used to make it fun. Yeah, but I, I don’t, I’m not gonna go see, I don’t, I I hate sports. Game is sports gambling to me is the hardest thing to gamble on. I don’t know if you’ve ever on sports, but dude, I think, oh dude, I don’t bet on sports. It’s the hard, I think it’s the hardest thing cuz it’s so random. A player gets hurt, there’s all these spreads. It’s just
Sevan Matossian (16:39):
The spread thing. I, I don’t wanna do anything where it’s, I just wanna pick a guy, like pick a team. As soon as I see spreads in odds, I’m like, fuck off.
Alex Stein (16:47):
<laugh>. <laugh>. Exactly. Yeah, because it makes it, you know, just really very complicated. But so yeah, so, you know, I don’t really have, I don’t plan to go to gamble. My point is I just plan to go eat. It’s cold so we’re not gonna be by the pool. And you know, I had a viral video. You saw you, you, you teased. How about my fight with bar stool? So it’s funny. So a a a lot to go full circle with it. Vegas, what got me and Dave fighting was I went to Las Vegas for an event. This Geeks and Gamers event, like some YouTubers that have a really big channel, they did like a meet and greet. So I went there cuz I’d gone on their show a few times. And, uh, it was just, you know, fun. But while I was there, I did a city council meeting in the city council meeting. That’s one where I was like, yeah, I lost all my money and I slept with a prostitute and it was transgender and you guys need to have like a tracker and there’s all these people doing the vaccine. That was
Sevan Matossian (17:30):
A great up you gave there that was really like stoic and like, that was
Alex Stein (17:34):
Great. Yeah, my wife’s boyfriend, all this stuff. I had hit all the humdingers, you know, I really went through the, the, you know, the laundry list of stuff. But, but that got shared by Ocho cinco, like the famous wide receiver then bars stool shared it. Uh, that’s I guess how it got like the, the sports, you know, uh, radar. And then like 30 minutes after they take it down, and this is the second time Bartol had tweeted my video and they take my video and they tweeted like, it gets, helps it gets millions of views. You know, this is a, you know, I, and I’m not even like, I, I I, what I’m saying is I’m not dependent on Bartol to do this, but they don’t even tag me when they share my stuff. So my point is, lemme me, lemme tell the full story.
So, so I, when Cincinnati was in the Super Bowl, I called into their city council and I said, my wife left me, and I’ve been betting all my money on the Bengals and they’re all the way to the Super Bowl. I’m back, baby. We’re back. Like I was gonna kill myself and I’m back. And, and, and they bartol shared that. And then an hour later they took it down. And after that, this was the first time. This is in February of 2022. And my, I mess with my buddies like, yeah, you mentioned wanting to kill yourself, so we can’t share that. I was like, okay, all right. I’m not gonna, I’m not gonna, you know, raise a, you know, not even tweet. Why’d you take it down then? You know, about like six months later, whatever that, whenever that, yeah, this summer when I did that, uh, Las Vegas video.
Another thing, 30 minutes later, they take the thing down. I’m like, why do they keep on taking this video down? So I just tweet barstow’s worst day porn is like accused of some of the most terrible things. I didn’t say what he is accused of. I didn’t even say he is a rapist or any like accused, you know, this is all allegedly and I’m not, I don’t necessarily know the truth. The point is I just said, oh, he’s, he’s like accused of the worst stuff, but I’m too bad for Barstow. And he retweeted it. Like, who the f is this guy? Then he decided to have me on his podcast. He messaged me, he’s like, Hey, do you wanna come on podcast? Of course I say, yes, I would love to come on the podcast. Then like 30 minutes later he is like, no, you can’t come on the podcast. You’re too political. It’s like what? You talk about all kinds of balls if you go on a talk. Hey, was
Sevan Matossian (19:28):
That public the exchange where he invited you on this podcast? Yes, podcast. He
Alex Stein (19:31):
Podcast, yes. He shared, we shared all this, this is all on Twitter. I can pull it up, you know, there’s videos of it. You can go to my latest Barst stool video on my YouTube and, and the, the messages are on that, uh, video screenshots as well. What I’m saying, all these have been leaked or you know, whatever. And him inviting me on then, and he publicly admitted that he invited me on and on invited me because I was too political. Do
Sevan Matossian (19:50):
You think he’s getting advised? Do you think he’s getting advised or do you think that he just has Yes. Men around him and he just goes full throttle?
Alex Stein (19:56):
Well, maybe with that one I’m sure he is like, Hey, let me have Alex Stein on. He’s probably like, I’m gonna bury this kid, or whatever, whatever he thought to have him on his podcast. And then somebody at Barstow was probably like, no, this guy’s insane. Like, he might not want go there. You know, hes like a Kamikazi bomber, you know, I’m just guessing that’s what happened because like Dave obviously is quick. I’m quick, but I’m gonna go in there and act a fool. You know, they don’t know how I’m gonna act. And that’s what makes somebody most scared is the unpredictability of, you know, of me or the
Sevan Matossian (20:24):
Guest for people who are watching who didn’t follow the story. Alex basically was, was played a character in front of the city council and he to, and he told the city council that, that their city that’s full of basically evil and gambling has brought him down and ruined his life. And Barstow Sports is either owned or sponsored by a huge like offshore gamble gambling company. And so what they thought is that, that, um, and that’s all, that’s all Dave had to say, Hey Alex, I love you, but it just doesn’t, it has nothing to do with you. Come up with some other bits, we’ll repost ’em, but you know, it’s not cool for our business to make fun of gamblers because most of the people who’ve probably follow us have that Your story’s too close to home <laugh>. So yeah. So they, so they pulled it down and then Alex played it, uh, perfectly. But the, here’s what gets really weird. Dan Crenshaw
Alex Stein (21:13):
Retweeted it. Yes.
Sevan Matossian (21:15):
You and Dave, Dave Portnoy are in a street fight just throwing blows. And Dan Crenshaw steps out there to get some blows on you. I’m like,
Alex Stein (21:22):
What the fuck? <laugh> Dan Crenshaw a sitting congressman’s like, how can I fuck with Alex Stein in Dallas? Tap me.
Alex Stein (21:29):
And there’s this guy on the internet, Ethan Ralph, he’s saying all this stuff’s a work and all of it’s fake. I just wanna say on the record, I swear to God, none of this is fake. But, but this is the thing. It’s like, it’s so unbelievable. If you would’ve told me a sitting congressman would be retweeting
Alex Stein (21:42):
The, the, the owner of Baral
Alex Stein (21:43):
Sports wishing my demise, I would’ve said, no
Alex Stein (21:45):
Alex Stein (21:46):
That will never happen. It reality is stranger than fiction.
Sevan Matossian (21:50):
Hey, it’s like, um, it’s like a big bird. And, and uh, and uh, um, uh, the cookie monster we’re out in the street fighting and fucking like Thomas Soel fucking came to get in the fight too. It’s like, dude, what are you doing? Yeah, these guys are fucking like internet stars and you’re a fucking congressman. Like, chill the fuck out.
Alex Stein (22:08):
It’s cuz he wants to be young and relatable and hip and a lot of politicians shouldn’t. And so, you know, savanna, I’m running, I’m running for school board in my local school district where I graduated from. I decided that the filing date’s January 18th. So I’m gonna file to run for school board.
Sevan Matossian (22:20):
Okay, here it is. Let’s play, let’s play this. This is what Dan Crenshaw. Mm-hmm.
Alex Stein (22:24):
<affirmative>. Please try to grab my thing. Look, you’re too slow. You’re slow. Navy Seal. It’s funny, Dan, how you said you’re tall, you I’m small, but I’m so much taller than you Dan <laugh>. I’m so much bigger than you. You’re just a little, you’re a little sad little boy. No, I mean, I’m a little one. This is, yeah, imagine me calling you cuz you’re a ni you’re a globalist. Oh, I
Sevan Matossian (22:49):
Got a job. Pause real quick. Alex, what’s a globalist? What’s a globalist?
Alex Stein (22:53):
This is exactly, that’s a very good question. A globalist is a person that cares more about the global dominance of America than actually Americans. So, so like this is the problem with the, the world today is that we’re being run by multinational corporations. You look at Apple computers, one of our biggest, uh, you know, companies in America, literally they make their phones in a place in China, um, called the Foxconn Studios, where the conditions are so poor that they actually have nets outside of the building because the employees are actually, um, killing themselves at, at such a high rate. And instead of getting, giving their employees, this is the
Sevan Matossian (23:23):
Biggest. And they locked them in there. And the last covid outbreak, they had their couple weeks, they locked employees in there,
Alex Stein (23:28):
Alex Stein (23:29):
Sleep in there,
Alex Stein (23:30):
They just sleep in there. I’m saying, and that doesn’t even go into the disgusting cobalt, cobalt mining that China, that all that China owns. That is literally modern day slave labor. So these multinational corporations, the reason why they can buy and sell these politicians because they want to be able to establish dominance in foreign countries so they can make more money in America or make more money globally by, you know, demonizing America or making us weaker. You know, that’s why you look at all these small towns, they’re all dying. Cause all the industry left, you know, we’ve outsourced everything. So that’s the problem with the globalization and, and the politicians that you think, you would think that savan, see, that sounds good. That’s what the, all the problem with the progressiveness. We should be globally together. We should all be, you know, friends. But it’s literally, this is, this is my tinfoil hat conspiracy.
It’s actually out of the Bible and it’s, and it’s um, Genesis chapter 11, verse nine. And if you flip that, that’s nine 11. That’s just a weird coincidence. But in that, that’s the story of the Tower of Babbel. And in the Tower of Babel, there’s a guy named Nimrod who’s the anti-Christ. And what he wants to do is he wants to build a kingdom to heaven or build a big tower to heaven to go kill God. And then once, you know, they got started, you know, making some headway, God is like, this is not gonna happen. So he made him speak, you know, all 60 different languages and they couldn’t, they couldn’t communicate and they all went through separate ways. They couldn’t build this tower. Basically, these evil people in the world, these people like Hillary Clinton, these people that, you know, at the top of everything in the Catholic church, the top of whatever, you know, all these, all of these, you know, clandestine secret groups, right? They want to reverse engineer that sky bearer. Shut up. Oh God,
Sevan Matossian (24:59):
That’s fine. It’s good. It’s cool. I feel like it’s Matt, I feel like it’s Matt pushing a sound effect that we don’t actually have. I like that. I know.
Alex Stein (25:06):
I dunno why he is doing that. So what I’m saying is in the Tower of Babbel that all everybody worked together to go kill God. So what they wanna do is they wanna reverse engineer that they want us under one currency, one ruler, because that makes them stronger. And that ruler would technically be Satan. So that’s, so, I mean, it sounds evil. So the idea of a globalization, it’s just not good. It’s just, you know, taking away American jobs, they’ve outsourced everything. That’s why our country is so weak. We don’t produce anything. And what made America strong was the industrial revolution. And I mean, tell me, what do we create? We create nothing. We’re getting killed, you know, in every facet of, look at this, this is a perfect example. The oil and gas industry. We have enough oil and gas reserves to power the entire world, yet they’re taking us off, uh, fossil fuels because of climate change, making our country incredibly weak, Texas, we, you know, like it’s half of our industry is oil and gas. There’s people in Midland, Texas, like Landman that work on these oil rigs that drive Ferrari, that drive like Bentleys because it’s, you know, it’s such a lucrative business. And we have some of the biggest oil reserves in the world. And because of climate change, because the temperature could raise half a degree in 300 years, we’re gonna take away all of that, those American jobs, all of that money from Americans, um, in order of social progressiveness because of, we gotta save some trees and listen, I wanna save trees. But that’s not, that’s not,
Sevan Matossian (26:20):
I just saw that, I just saw in the last, uh, 10 years, there’s 14 port, 14% more vegetation on the planet than there was 10 years ago. And that is because of climate change, because of the increased co2. Um, foliage is just off the charts.
Alex Stein (26:34):
Yeah. So it’s not good what you’re saying, you’re saying.
Sevan Matossian (26:36):
No, that’s a good, I mean, that’s a fucking good thing. There’s 14% more, um, uh, vegetation
Alex Stein (26:41):
Sevan Matossian (26:42):
Good vegetation foliage on the planet because of the vegetation, but the
Alex Stein (26:45):
Vegetation creates carbon dump. But that’s what people don’t realize is trees and the mm-hmm. <affirmative> that creates co2 so
Sevan Matossian (26:50):
Well no, but, but, but they, they eat the co2, right? And they give off oxygen.
Alex Stein (26:54):
Yeah, yeah. No, I I I, I’m just saying. But
Sevan Matossian (26:57):
That’s a good thing.
Alex Stein (26:58):
Of course, of course. But it, it’s just, you know, they, they’re making America weaker in order to, you know, make other countries stronger because they want us to be, it’s, it’s like, dude, look at the, the battle in Ukraine right now. Basically at the beginning of this whole entire war, all Russia and Ukraine had to agree on was that Ukraine would not join nato, which is a direct threat to Russia, or at least they interpret nato, the North Atlantic in a treaty organization as a direct threat. And in the Donbass region, like the region on the border, I think would be autonomous, where you could say you’re either Russian or you’re Ukrainian. Like you could basically choose, you know, it’s a border city or whatever. And, and because of this, because of we control nato and we don’t want Ukraine to say, we will not join nato.
We’re over there fighting a proxy war, giving them a hundred billion dollars, killing Ukrainians, killing Russians. For what? For a pissing match because they might join nato. It’s all bull crap. That’s all globalization. We need to help out Americans. We have a homelessness problem that is disgusting. We had 200,000 drug overdose deaths from Fentanyl. We have sex trafficking coming through our Texas border at rates that we’ve never even been able to calculate just the people that they catch. It’s over a million, uh, people. And that’s not even the people that they don’t catch. So my point is, we have major problems here in America. Being a globalist says, oh, the problem in Ukraine is more important, more important than the problem here in America. Yep. W
Sevan Matossian (28:14):
Was the European Union thing, was that part of the globalist agenda?
Alex Stein (28:17):
Of course. Duh. Okay. Why don’t think Ukraine wants to get at, that’s, that’s what all of this stuff is. That’s why it’s like these big groups, you don’t really, I get why they exist, but they’re not good. That’s not good. It’s like the world economic forum. It’s not good for the American people. Uh, communism and, and this is the thing that even when the pilgrims first came over, they tried communism and socialism where everybody just shared and it didn’t work out. They ended up killing each other, using Indians to kill other people. So that I wanna help people. We definitely need to help marginalized people. Uh, you know, so I’m not like, oh, we shouldn’t have social services or something like that, but we cannot have this like socialistic, you know, uh, one world order is, is what these people want. And that’s the direction we’re heading. So that’s, that’s sounds crazy, but that’s what I’m fighting is the globalization of America. I’m America first. I wanna help American citizens.
Mattew Souza (29:01):
And it’s never worked. Communism and socialism has never worked. We have a whole power of history of that equate to most genocide, the most death in every single society. Every single one has collapsed. The only experiments that have worked the longest was capitalism in the form that they had way back in ancient Rome.
Alex Stein (29:15):
And listen, this is the thing they say, oh, I’m alt right, but I believe we should, I think we talked about this last time, we should have some sort of socialized medicine. We should have it where you can, you know, in America where an ambulance doesn’t cost, listen, I know you can have private and socialized, but this is, this is the thing. I know you’re saying. No, this is the thing. An ambulance shouldn’t cost $2,500. There’s a, I know people that are afraid to actually, you know, call an ambulance and they’re taking Ubers to the hospital because they’re scared. So there should be some sort of like basic healthcare that, listen, this is the problem here in Texas.
Sevan Matossian (29:43):
There was before Obamacare. Listen, listen, listen. There was before Obamacare.
Alex Stein (29:46):
Well, tell me this. Why does insulin cost $210 in Texas and $7 in Mexico?
Mattew Souza (29:51):
Yeah. Right, right. Yeah. And here’s the thing, none of it’s healthcare. It’s all sickness management. So the issue exactly right. Really, if we actually wanna talk about how we could take the whole entire society as a.
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