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Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Only one of ’em. Can you pull that up and look at that, Caleb? Bam. We’re live

Caleb Beaver (00:05):

Like what word? You can’t say

Sevan Matossian (00:07):

<laugh>. Yeah. Like is, we’re using the word rape bad in the title of a video

Mattew Souza (00:11):


Mattew Souza (00:15):

Or the first ten second of this show.

Sevan Matossian (00:23):

Oh, what A morning. I was just telling these guys, sorry I’m late. I fell down a rabbit hole of Epstein, Epstein, uh, stuff. It’s really hard to find anything new on the guy, but did you ever see that YouTube footage of, of him, of the guys who landed on the island and are walking around the island?

Mattew Souza (00:41):

No. There’s footage.

Sevan Matossian (00:42):

Yeah, there’s footage of two random guys who, who take a boat over to the island. Oh, shit, man. And they’re cruising around on the island. Yeah. I don’t, uh, I didn’t know that you couldn’t use, what’s it say, Caleb? No, not, not to use rape.

Caleb Beaver (01:01):

I couldn’t find like, the list of things.

Mattew Souza (01:04):

<laugh>, there’s

Caleb Beaver (01:06):

No definitive, it’s not like YouTube created a list of them and

Sevan Matossian (01:11):

Stanford did that. YouTube, but titles. Yep.

Mattew Souza (01:14):

So I must say my only reference is the larger YouTube stations that we, that I reference sometimes in terms of research for this show and what they say and what they don’t say and how they say it and what they, and, and how they change the words. And, uh, that’s one of the main ones that they don’t say or change.

Sevan Matossian (01:33):

Okay. You could change it now. You can go over there and you wanna just drop the A or something and put it in an asterisk mark. Yeah,

Caleb Beaver (01:39):

I just changed it. I just took out the word and said, now it says video.

Sevan Matossian (01:43):

Ah, you’re a good dude. So if the title says, my abuser attempted to rape me, or I had an abortion, then this content is flagged heavily and restricted. Wow. Really? What can, can, can anybody

Mattew Souza (01:57):

Think all this weird shit’s been happening to our YouTube channel?

Sevan Matossian (02:00):

Can someone explain that to me? Wow. Here’s a wow. You’re a nine 11. Free the nipple. Eight chan Abor. What? Eight chan. What the fuck is that?

Mattew Souza (02:13):

<laugh>? Yeah. You’re just gonna hit all the words in

Mattew Souza (02:15):

One go.

Sevan Matossian (02:16):

<laugh> aids accused abuse. Wow. There’s a whole, uh, I mean, I understand some of these ass fucker. Like, I understand you can’t have bang Bros in the title

Mattew Souza (02:26):

<laugh> thing

Sevan Matossian (02:27):

Is blow blowjobs. Boners, boobies. Wow. There’s 15,000 words.

Mattew Souza (02:34):

Holy smokes.

Sevan Matossian (02:36):

This is incredible. What? Uh, here’s one. It says that you couldn’t, you, if you write blacks accused of rape, you’re toast.

Mattew Souza (02:45):

What about Floyd? 19 and anal?

Sevan Matossian (02:48):

Uh, I guess anal. I didn’t see Floyd 19, but Anals a No-no. <laugh>. Hey, that would definitely be cool if Floyd 19 was on there.

Mattew Souza (02:58):

<laugh> would be

Sevan Matossian (02:59):

Cool. Wow. Bullying, bulimia. Bca.

Caleb Beaver (03:04):

You say bull, you say bullying and bulimia. The way that the other word should be is pronounced.

Sevan Matossian (03:12):

Bullying. Bullying

Caleb Beaver (03:16):

And bulimia. Emia.

Sevan Matossian (03:19):

B bu bulimia. Bugatti. Bugatti. That’s the one with all the semen. Is that what Bugatti is? No, I just said it as like,

Caleb Beaver (03:28):

That’s a car.

Sevan Matossian (03:29):

<laugh>. Oh, I thought that was like porn where there’s like, there’s a lot of semen or something. <laugh>.

Caleb Beaver (03:35):

No, that’s Bocky.

Sevan Matossian (03:36):

Oh, thank you. Yeah. <laugh>. Uh, I should read more.

Caleb Beaver (03:44):

Happy New Year’s Eve. Everybody

Sevan Matossian (03:46):

<laugh>. I, I, first of all, I’ve, first of all, I was late, I, I looked and I, and I hadn’t even jumped in the shower and it was six 50. I was like, oh my God, what have I done? I’ve never done that. And then I come in here and my light stop working. Does the lighting look different? I had to set up a different light. Still looks good.

Caleb Beaver (04:04):

Looks softer.

Sevan Matossian (04:06):

Yeah. It’s a soft skin. Yeah, it’s a softer light. Very well. Well done. Yeah. Okay. All right. Um, all, okay. Let’s, let’s try, uh, I wonder if we just did some things. What, let’s go to 1 0 5. Sorry. Maddie Rogers is Maddie Rogers, the, the weightlifter who always trains in front of like a Ukrainian flag or L G B Q flag. And she has all the skin issues, but doesn’t correlate it to getting the injection. That’s her a recent change in prescriptions. Yeah. Yeah. Let’s just see if we can get there. Okay, here we go. That I titled this one. Sorry, Maddie.

Mattew Souza (04:52):

No, I wanna say all this is conspiracy and not true. Not between the suspicious surge and oxy monkey and unusual outbreak and liver inflammation, A among kids and alarming number of attacks on the heart, inflammation of the heart, cardiovascular disease, and strokes. It would appear these arm cocktails they force in the population are causing acquired immuno efficiency syndrome or aids. Now remember, all adverse effects from theses you see on vaers are grossly underreported. Maybe one to 10% of adverse events are actually reported. The total number of acquired immune disorders from 2000 2020 was 21. That number just went up to 386 and 2021. A 1145% increase is being a life-threatening organ. Dysfunction triggered by infection had 75 cases totaling from 2000 to 2020 due to jabs. And 2021 alone, it had 1,593 cases with the overwhelming majority due to the Fauci aci. That’s a 2020 4% increase. Same for herpes, which had a rise of 18,336 cases. Wow. One compared to 926 combined in the last 20 years. So it makes sense that the predictive programming is used like this article I found in Fortune predicting a rise in human immune viruses evidence coming out that there’s a mammoth rise in STDs and H I V with 1.6 million cases reported in 2021. If only we knew what else happened in 2021. We can tie this two happy Thursday savages. Except you people that push for this, I would have a battle of wits with you, but it would appear that you are unarmed.

Sevan Matossian (06:23):

Okay. Check

Mattew Souza (06:24):

That off.

Sevan Matossian (06:26):

Um, wait,

Mattew Souza (06:27):

Don’t, don’t we correlate the STD and all that just for the fact that everybody was stuck inside.

Sevan Matossian (06:31):

Yeah, that’s fair. I’m maybe, shit

Mattew Souza (06:32):

Just got weird. You know,

Sevan Matossian (06:34):

I’m open to, I’m open to talk about that. Yeah. You’re inside time for everything.

Mattew Souza (06:39):


Sevan Matossian (06:39):

You were boning more people, more time for Tinder. More spread. Totally possible.

Mattew Souza (06:46):

Mm-hmm. <affirmative>.

Sevan Matossian (06:47):

These are all old ones. I don’t want to, I I have some new ones, but I wanna see if I can, uh, oh, this one has a great title. 99 Scumbag in the Wild <laugh>. Oh, there you go. There you go. My wife got herpes because of the jab. I’m not even gonna pull that comment up. Keep it anonymous, but, um, yeah, keep

Mattew Souza (07:08):


Sevan Matossian (07:08):

Anonymous. Hey, if you, if you think that this is just crazy talk too, here’s what you do. Find a nurse friend who works in a hospital and just start asking them questions. Don’t ask ’em, just straight up, um, do you think that the jab fuck, people just start being like, Hey, have you noticed an increase? And start naming off some shit. It’s awesome. Don’t ask me though. Yeah. Don’t ask, uh, Caleb

Mattew Souza (07:28):

<laugh>. Yeah. Most people will just say, you should be more worried right now that our hospitals are being overrun.

Sevan Matossian (07:33):

Yeah. No, they’re not <laugh>. Yeah, I know. It’s,

Mattew Souza (07:38):

I’m just playing this side of the

Sevan Matossian (07:39):

Fence this way. Well, you know, where hospitals are being overrun though is in, in Canada and England definitely being overrun there. Okay, let’s, this is, I just love the title of this. I don’t even remember what this is. Scumbag in the Wild. Here we go. Oversight

Speaker 6 (07:53):

From Indiana. Mr. Hollingsworth is now recognized for five minutes.

Speaker 7 (07:58):

Well, good afternoon. I’m excited to be here with each of you. Before I get started on my questions, Mr. Moynihan, I wanted to let you know, sir Ruthie, raise your hand, sir. Ruthie, she has been my team member for a couple of years now, but on Monday she becomes a Bank of America team member about which she is very, very excited. So I hope you’ll take good care of her and know and recognize pause that she has shown already in our office. I’m

Sevan Matossian (08:20):

<laugh> This is a, for those of you who can’t see this, who aren’t watching it, this is, uh, the, uh, re uh, Republican from Indiana’s ninth District, Trey Hollingsworth interviewing a bunch of executives. Maybe they’re even CEOs of like five or six of the major banks in the, uh, United States. It’s some sort of inquiry. And before he even digs in, he’s, he’s thank the bank for offering a job to one of his former assistants, um, who’s now switching to the banks absolutely fucking insane. Basically showing the relationship between the banks and, uh, the, the politicians. It’s, it’s really disgusting. Okay. Were you gonna say

Speaker 7 (09:01):

Something the same at Bank of America?

Speaker 8 (09:02):

How are you floating your resume to big banks? I mean, you’re supposed to be the ones, you know, policing the big banks pro up. Jamie, there must be some kind of log and sparking for a financial institution right after you’ve been working in financial regulation, right? No, no. <laugh>. Dougie.

Sevan Matossian (09:23):

So it’s some regulatory committee that’s supposed to be questioning the bank, and yet he’s admitting that one of his employees is then going to the bank. Mm-hmm.

Mattew Souza (09:30):


Sevan Matossian (09:31):

Just openly, he doesn’t even care Air. I go on

Speaker 8 (09:37):

<laugh>. What are you doing at Seasons Goldman?

Speaker 9 (09:40):

We’ll do that. And her father already works for us, so he’ll take care of it. You should have called us <laugh>. We’ll do that. And her father already works for us, so he’ll take care of it. You should have called us

Speaker 8 (09:49):


Speaker 9 (09:51):

Um, we’re good. Well, I

Speaker 7 (09:52):

Appreciate the opportunity to chat about some of these issues today. What I’m really interested in is the state of the economy.

Sevan Matossian (09:59):

Crazy. And then, so the, so the, the girl who works for, um, the, the guy in the government, the, the, the Republican from Indiana, the lady who works for, for him, her dad already works for this guy. And the, the title of this is, uh, cspan Oversight of US Banks. Great

Speaker 8 (10:19):


Sevan Matossian (10:21):

Well, I’m glad that’s, what is that called? Nepotism?

Caleb Beaver (10:25):

Something like that.

Sevan Matossian (10:27):

Uh, 98, uh, killed Teenager on Purpose. Hey, I, at least I switched the thumbnail. I switched the thumbnail to picture of Epstein.

Mattew Souza (10:37):

Looks great.

Sevan Matossian (10:38):

At first. It was a guy, it was a Democrat. The longest serving, or the second longest serving, uh, senator in the history of the United States. Uh, Robert Bird, who was a Democrat out of West Virginia. Oh. Who was one of the best recruiters ever for the, uh, kk.

Mattew Souza (10:54):

I saw that thumbnail, team

Sevan Matossian (10:56):

<laugh>. Listen, that, that guy was one of the best recruiters ever for the kkk. And he was in the Senate until 2010, 2005. But it’s okay. He, he, it’s okay. He said he was sorry. He said it was a bad career move.

Mattew Souza (11:12):

Oh, good. Okay. Well, <laugh>. Yeah. Hey, that bank thing too, that’s the same shit with the C d C and, uh, in like, big pharma, like a ton of the big pharma execs from like Kaiser and shit go over to c d C and regulate. And a ton of the, uh, senators and the representatives and stuff go over to the banks and regulate. It’s just one of those weird, like, once you’re in the cool kids club and wanna, and wanna regulate things, they just move those pieces around. And that’s because they’re essentially just regulating themselves, which is no regulation at all.

Sevan Matossian (11:44):

One correction here, I think, uh, I think it normally goes the other way. So you’ll be, uh, a big wig at the F FDA or at the C d C Oh. And then they’ll stick you on the board then. Yep. Then, then you switch over to, uh, pharma. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (11:57):

So either way

Sevan Matossian (11:57):

And, and they contact you ahead of time. You know, you have that job set up, do us right here, and we’ll give you a cush job in five years. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> the regulatory, uh, there’s this term or, uh, captured regulatory, uh, commissions. And basically everyone knows that the FDA and the CDC have been captured by Big pharma. Yeah. Captured. I don’t think we have to look that word up.

Mattew Souza (12:20):

And it’s the same shit with the donors for our elected officials. And then they scratch their back once they get into office. And I mean, you have to at some point ask yourself like, huh, they’re running for, you know, whatever office, and it’s costing X million, uh, dollars to run to get ’em there, but they only get paid, you know, a fraction of that for their annual salary. But yet then we got all these, uh, you know, congress people that are getting absurd returns on all their investments and things like that. It’s just, it’s, it’s, it’s an open joke against us. The, uh, open joke American American people. Cuz we don’t do anything about it. We don’t care. We’re too distracted with our tos and our fear mongering and hating my neighbor because his skin color is slightly different 10th than mine. Right. That I, you know, I’m not gonna focus on whatev what’s really going on.

Sevan Matossian (13:04):

If, if you wanna see some good stuff. I think I have some clips coming up today. Um, look up at any Mike Wallace videos from the seventies, uh, that, that was, uh, Mike Wallace is, is now dead. It was Chris Wallace’s dad, but he was a maybe one of the most famous reporters in the world for, uh, 60 Minutes and type in Mike Wallace vaccine. And you will see some crazy shit. I saw a clip this morning, I don’t know if I saved it, but it’s Mike Wallace talking to the head of the C d c. Oh yeah, there it is. Oh, you could play it now. 300. Here’s, I, I, I couldn’t find this. I fell down this hole too this morning. I was looking, uh, Rochelle Wolinsky or Rachel Wolinsky, the lady who’s the head, the pretty lady, brunette lady who’s head of the CDC now. At one point I heard her say, when they asked her about the vaccine, she said, well, we were just hoping it would work based on reports we were hearing from the news <laugh>. I’m like, what? I’m like, what? I couldn’t fucking believe I heard that. But listen, that’s not new. Listen to this. This is, this is the former c d C director David Cen, and look where he listen, where he gets his news from where he gets where the C d C gets their information from about how prevalent the swine flu is. You, you, well, you, nothing has changed. Nothing has changed. Watch this.

Speaker 10 (14:25):

You began to give flu shocks to the American people in October of 76.

Speaker 11 (14:29):

October 1st.

Speaker 10 (14:30):

By that time, how many cases of swine flu around the world had been reported?

Speaker 11 (14:34):

There had been, uh, several reported, but unconfirmed. There had been cases in, uh, uh, Australia that were reported by the Press

Sevan Matossian (14:46):

Australia again,

Speaker 11 (14:47):

Uh, by the news media. There were cases in,

Speaker 10 (14:50):

Uh, none confirmed giving the public all the information it needed about the swine flu shot. This form stated that the swine flu vaccine had been tested. What it didn’t say was that after those tests were completed, the scientists developed another vaccine pause. And that was,

Sevan Matossian (15:07):

But by the way, this is also what happened. By the way, they were giving the emergency, uh, m mr mRNA, uh, gene therapy to people under the guise, under the rules and under the laws of a gene therapy or vaccine that’s not under emergency protocol. There’s two different protocols, legal protocols, if it’s under the emergency guideline, it has a certain set of protocols on who has to take it. And then once it’s been confirmed and passed through the science, it gets a different form of protocols. And so the, the vast majority of you guys who took the vaccine didn’t even take it, didn’t even take the one that was, that you were supposed to take. There’s, there’s two different, and, and they are different formulas also. You can, you can dig into it. Go ahead. Action.

Speaker 10 (16:00):

Was the one given to most of the 46 million who took the shot? That vaccine was called X 53 A. Was X 53 a ever field tested? Uh, I, I can’t say I would have to, uh, it wasn’t, you began to give flu shots to the American people in October of 76, October 1st. By that time, how many cases of

Sevan Matossian (16:26):

Hold on there. Uh, one more thing you should know. If you go look at the Pfizer vaccine that was released, although there were 40,000 people, um, in the study, the injections were given based on a study of only a cohort of only 180 people. So once, uh, out of the 40,000 people, once 180 people, um, made it through the trials that they were done, that was enough so that the rest of us could take it. And of those 180 people who took it, only eight of them. It was based on eight of them who got the vaccine and who got covid 1 62 to eight. If you’re not able to follow that, go ahead and look it up. It’s everywhere. It’s, it’s fucking, you can find it in the Lancet. The Lancet. L A N C E T. It’s nuts. It was, it was, uh, in their, one of their 2021 papers. Uh, it it’s, it’s fucking crazy. Okay, go on. But the news part, wait till you see where he that Oh, there’s more, isn’t there? He, he says where he gets, there wasn’t one end

Caleb Beaver (17:29):

Of it. It just started, it repeated itself.

Sevan Matossian (17:32):

Oh. In. And one of the, and one of the, uh, clips that I have from that, that he basically says that they assumed that that people had it based on what they were hearing from the media. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (17:43):

They he said that in there, <laugh>. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (17:44):

He did? It’s crazy.

Mattew Souza (17:45):

Yeah. The reports coming from the media.

Sevan Matossian (17:47):

It’s crazy. Stuff like that. It’s like unconfirmed. But

Mattew Souza (17:50):


Sevan Matossian (17:51):

And that’s exactly what Wolinsky said. They were hoping that it would work. It was a little different, but she said she was hoping it would work based on the reports from the media <laugh> and, and, and by work she was referring to the fact when they, they were very clear about this, that when they gave the vaccine, they, they were, um, they were certain it would stop you from dying, but they weren’t certain it would stop transmission. They were always very clear about that, I feel like. But people didn’t wanna believe that. They just wanted to believe that it was a cure all.

Mattew Souza (18:19):

Yeah. Well, because alls they have to do is say that at the very beginning and then shut up, and then the media’s just gonna run with what they want to be projected out there. And it’s not like they ever come out to correct anything, you know?

Sevan Matossian (18:29):


Mattew Souza (18:30):

They’re like, oh, well, we told you guys the media changed it, but we told you we weren’t lying the whole time.

Sevan Matossian (18:35):

Yeah. They never say sorry.

Mattew Souza (18:37):


Sevan Matossian (18:37):

Uh, 63, uh, holy shit. Four months later, God, I would love to make this list so much smaller. <laugh>, uh, uh, representative Sean Caston in a Instagram or tweet, I don’t know what this is. All Illinoisans, 12 years and older are eligible for the vaccine. They are safe, effective, and key to our path back to normalcy. Everyone in my family, including my 14 year old daughter, has started their vaccination pro process. Go to the next slide. Illinois rep Sean Caston reveals teenage daughter died from cardiac arrhythmia,

Mattew Souza (19:19):

God damn.

Sevan Matossian (19:22):

October 8th, 2022. Wow.

Mattew Souza (19:26):

And this was the same dude that then afterwards, like defended still the position of the vaccine for kids, right? Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (19:33):

Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Damn. It’s just a coincidence. People, it’s just a coincidence. Uh, number 62, what killed more people than Covid? What killed more black skinned people? Is this true? Uh, number 62.

Mattew Souza (19:47):

I wonder what would possess somebody to do that? How could you be so locked into the, your ideology that something as tragic as that would happen to your family? And that’s still not even gonna like, give you like a call to arms of like, Hey, maybe I should really fucking look into what I’m doing and what I’m pushing to everybody else. Yeah. But instead they just doubled down. I don’t understand like the type of turmoil that they must be dealing with internally.

Sevan Matossian (20:09):

Horrible. Yeah. Uh, this is, this is, we already covered this. We don’t need to cover this again, but this is a lady who’s pushing, um,

Mattew Souza (20:17):

And by the way, that word nutritionist, sorry, could drop it. I just, I’ve heard this said a bunch of times on this show too, that we’re a nutritionist. Anybody could be a nutritionist, guys.

Sevan Matossian (20:26):

I can be

Mattew Souza (20:26):

Literally Yeah. Anybody could be You just call yourself a nutritionist. You’re a nutritionist. It’s a registered dietician. That is the difference between a nutritionist and somebody who’s gone to school with a degree in, or a master’s degree in nutritional science and also has to pass a board of tests. So anybody, the three of us, Hey, guess what guys? We’re all nutritionist. Now. Anybody could fucking say it. And so when they put words like that, they’re just conflating it. So you think that there’s some sort of expertise behind it, but your local influencer selling fit Pee on Instagram is a nutritionist. So pay attention to that verbiage for everybody else that doesn’t know that as well.

Sevan Matossian (20:58):

This lady is, uh, pushing, um, uh, uh, she, she’s basically saying that, um, uh, racism is to be blamed for obesity. And yet she works for Oreos. <laugh>, it’s nuts. Racism is the fundamental driver of health. It’s what the fuck. So what that does, by the way, obviously in the big picture, is that it takes the power out of the person’s hand. Yeah. So you can blame someone else for your shortcoming. It’s, um, even if, let’s say that were true, it’s completely irrelevant to the cure. You’re not gonna get rid of racism and then fat people go away. If, if that’s, if that’s the, the, the protocol you think that’s gonna happen. It’s, it’s, it’s, it’s a moot point. M o o t moot.

Mattew Souza (21:47):

And look what they used to, uh, corporate nutritionist, a k a media person we’ve put out there.

Sevan Matossian (21:53):

You should be afraid to be fat. You should be afraid to be fat. You should be afraid to fucking close your eyes and swing a razor blade in front of your face. There’s things that you should be fucking afraid of that put you in your life in jeopardy that, that are a hundred percent guaranteed to shorten your life. You should, you should be, if your son is Alex land land lot, you should be terrified. If he’s one of five fucking urban climbers in the world, uh, fat phobia systems of oppression for creating false hi hierarchies of food. Oh my goodness. That suggests some foods are healthier than others. She also tells our audience that people should eat without guilt. No. You sh you should not eat without guilt. If you’re eating a box, a box of, uh, um, Keebler elves, uh, at, at 11 o’clock at night or any time during the day, you should feel like a fucking, like, you’re like, you should be ashamed. You’re abusing your body. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (22:46):

And what we have here is the corporate and democratic playbook of trying to help racism in other people. And really, they’re actually the ones that are doing the most harm to those communities that they’re claiming to protect.

Sevan Matossian (22:57):

Exactly. Re remember they used melanated people in, they’re open about it in the, in the advertisements for taking the injection. They’re like, we need melanated nurses doing the injections and the ads so that melanated people aren’t afraid to take them. And so I’m going to assume that they found her, that lady who’s also melanated to, uh, to, to push Oreo cookies and to say, if you don’t eat them, it’s, it’s, it’s only, uh, part of the racist agenda.

Mattew Souza (23:29):

Yeah. Do you remember when the vaccine first came out and all the nurses, at least a ton of ’em that I like personally know and stuff, were all posting the fact that they got the vaccine and we were like doing their part and were following the science and everything else. That was weird as fuck. Right? Because nobody so weird. Nobody told them that. Because I, I was friends with a few of ’em personally, and I was like, Hey, I’ve seen this from a ton of people that are nurses that are working. Like, were you guys given any initiative of like, Hey, we need to be responsible to help push this. Or like, you could be a good person if you show that you’re getting it and you’re, and they were like, no. And I was just thinking to myself, that’s so fucking weird that they would all post that and, and do

Sevan Matossian (24:10):

That. No one should. Um, uh, this isn’t, um, just melanated people. By the way, if you’re from fucking f uh, Iceland, like, you don’t think Annie Thor’s daughter’s worried about getting fucking skin cancer? Cuz she’s fucking butt white. You don’t think every single fucking Ashkenazi Jew woman is terrified of fucking breast cancer because the rates with, with the breast cancer, they, they found the gene that makes it so, uh, women, uh, who are Ashkenazi Jew are way, way more susceptible to breast cancer. Wait, my wife’s Ashkenazi Jew. When you, um, e even when you have kids with these people, there’s like some sort of recessive gene you gotta be worried about. So your kids don’t come out all fucked up. We don’t live in a, like a, a a one size fits all fucking world for all we know fucking, and and I bet you, you could find the science, the science that, that um, uh, people with, uh, brown and black skin have a, uh, the darker your skin is that there’s some sort of, uh, correlate or proof that they, they process sugar worse. So, I mean, that last one, I don’t know if it’s true, but I I wouldn’t be surprised. We’re not all equal. We’re not all fucking equal. I mean, look at, uh, I, um, we had this guy who used to work at, uh, CrossFit. His name was Asian Glow. And I go, why do they call you Asian glow? What? And he said, because when I drink alcohol, I turn butt red or uh, uh, vagina red. And I was like, oh, um, you’re part Ashkenazi too.

Mattew Souza (25:45):


Sevan Matossian (25:45):

God, you’re lucky.


That’s another thing. Look at the Wiki article. There are standard deviation fucking smarter than the fucking rest of the people. So do you know what that means? If you, if, if if Wiki’s saying that if someone has to be smarter, then someone has to be dumber. But you can’t say, but you can’t say it that way. You can’t say Puerto Ricans are dumber than Jews. But you can say the Jews are smarter. Nazi Jews are smarter than the rest of the world. This is we where we where we live. An idiot world. It’s okay. It’s okay that my wife is smarter than me. It’s okay. It it’s

Mattew Souza (26:24):

Preferred. Even

Sevan Matossian (26:25):

<laugh>. Yeah. Yeah. It’s not even Ra it’s not racist. It’s not, it’s not. Um, Jann Clarke Jann, oh, what do I call him? Yawn John. What? The Jewish spelling of John j o n like John Stewart. I

Mattew Souza (26:39):

Was just thinking, damn, I would say that wrong the whole time.

Sevan Matossian (26:41):

<laugh>, you good? Um, just, just stopping in to say thanks for all the shows in 2022. Love to all our fellow seven’s. Excellent work from all of them. Uh, bring, bring on the growth of 2000, uh, 23 for the pod also. Fuck Dan Bailey.

Mattew Souza (26:53):

<laugh> <laugh>, gosh,

Sevan Matossian (26:59):

Also fuck Danielle, Brandon. But a totally different use of the word Fuck

Mattew Souza (27:02):


Sevan Matossian (27:04):

Totally different, totally different

Mattew Souza (27:07):

Opposite side of the, uh, pendulum

Sevan Matossian (27:09):

That Yes. Yes, yes. God bless. Danielle, Brandon.

Mattew Souza (27:12):

Mm-hmm. <affirmative>.

Sevan Matossian (27:13):

Damn. She’s hot. Uh, oh.

Mattew Souza (27:16):


Sevan Matossian (27:18):

Where were we? Um, oh, speaking of that, thank you John for, uh, um, the, the loot and thank you to California Hormones and Paper Street Coffee for just being there and the other sponsors, um, this year who, uh, helped us, uh, get through the year. Absolutely amazing. Absolutely fucking amazing. And as far as I know, uh, paper Street Coffee, p a p e r s t coffee, I think you get 15% off if you use the SEV code. I don’t know when that’s going to stop.

Mattew Souza (27:50):

Hopefully never.

Sevan Matossian (27:51):

Yeah. But go over there and, uh, excuse me and check that out. Um, and California hormones, um, I’m, I’m, I’m excited. You got to meet the, um, some people this year who started on the protocol. You got to meet Andrew Hiller. You got to meet, um, that guy Paul, who was, uh, unconscious with Covid for 80 days. Um, you’re gonna get to, uh, talk to Phillip Kelly soon, who was also unconscious, uh, in the hospital with Covid for 40 days, who’s also started on the protocol. You got to meet Kat Shearer and you got to meet Gary Roberts. Oh, awesome. Thank you. And so, uh, yeah, thank you. Thank you, thank you to these people. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, if you go over to the ca Hormones website, um, which, which, which we, this year, it’s gotta be a goal to fix that website. Um, and, uh, if you, if you go over there and you use the code word Sevan and you live in California, you can get free blood work, especially if you’re in the Southern California area. That’s maybe the only good thing about living in Southern California.

Mattew Souza (29:00):


Sevan Matossian (29:00):


Mattew Souza (29:02):


Sevan Matossian (29:02):

You can go over there and you can get free blood work and you get the free doctor’s consultation. And by the way, not ev so I’m in contact with, uh, uh, a couple people who, um, have taken the, the journey and what they end up finding out is their, uh, testosterone levels are really good and high. And so then the doctors there have been like, Hey, if you’re feeling sluggish, and, and give them kind of a list of vitamins to take. I don’t know what they were, but they, they sent him to me like, Hey, they said I should start this protocol. So let’s not just go over there and, and, and, you know, and get juiced up. You’re gonna get a, get a good, uh, discussion with a qualified doctor. Uh, John Clark. Can you show the video of the guy putting his opponent’s mouthpiece back in for him before knocking him out? Oh, I saw that. That was awesome.

Mattew Souza (29:47):

<laugh>. That’s kind of funny. I’m always jealous of everybody who’s on the t r t that when they just talk about the energy level and how much like pep in their step they have as they get outta bed. Oh, I want that. That’s be nice. I need that.

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