Sevan Matossian (00:00):
All my shit’s fucked up. Oh, my, my, oh, I see what’s going on here. My power went off. So I have to reset my road caster. Bam. We’re live kind of, kind of, we’re kind of live. We’re
Mattew Souza (00:13):
You sound an echoing. I don’t think you’re on the right mic either.
Sevan Matossian (00:15):
Yeah, we’re limping. How’s that? Better testing. Warm too. There you
Mattew Souza (00:19):
Sevan Matossian (00:20):
I wonder if I have the right camera. Looks. You do. It looks good. It looks like they’re shallow depth of field. So last night the power went out. I heard the transformer. I gu I guess that’s a transformer. Is that what the gray box is? That hangs on the telephone pole? Yeah, sure. Let me see. I’m gonna look up picture. I’m gonna look up. Look. Is this, I’m gonna look up, uh, transformer makes sure pol pole, transformer pole, transformer. But it took me to a penis pump. <laugh>. Uh, no, but a pole transformer. Yeah. Yeah. It’s one, it’s one of those gray things.
Here it comes, here comes the sexist comment for all the women in the audience. Let me post a picture for you. Oh, here we go, Caleb. Got it. It’s that thing, that cylindrical thing. I think one of those exploded. I heard this huge explosion right outside my house. And then the power went out. We had, uh, four or five. We had, uh, we had a, a family. We had this, these two, these family friends over, husband, wife, two kids. And we had invited 13 other people to the house and not one of them made it to the house. That’s how, that’s how good the storm was. I mean, for my, I I mean, I don’t live in Buffalo, you know, for God. Did you party su?
Mattew Souza (01:42):
Sevan Matossian (01:42):
Why? Oh. Um, I was just trying my no reason.
Mattew Souza (01:46):
You think I look bad?
Sevan Matossian (01:47):
Mattew Souza (01:49):
You do. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (01:49):
You too. No, no. Um, yeah, but they couldn’t make it to the house. All the streets were flooded. You know, there’s this, uh, web, there’s this website you could go to if you just go to pg and e Caleb. And then if you pull it up, I’ll show you what to click. And then you can pg e’s uh, Pacific Gas and Electric. It’s the people who keep all our shit going. And I think they’ve been in a bunch of trouble. Right. Uh, Suza for the last 10 years, like there was a whole town burnt down, uh, north
Mattew Souza (02:22):
Of, yeah, that’s that. The gas explosion, right?
Sevan Matossian (02:23):
Yeah. Like a whole town burnt down and people were suing them and blaming them. And so what the elec it was during a storm or something. So what they did is they’re like, all right, fuck you. We’ll just cut, turn off your power if we think it gets too windy. So that’s been a huge thing in California. The people were gonna sue the electric company for, um, uh, there should be a map that pops up. Oh, go back. Let me see. Yeah, that, so that’s all the places. <laugh>, this is the powers out. And I live down there in the, in the bottom of the bottom left-hand side of the map where you just see s a n That’s probably Santa Cruz
Mattew Souza (02:58):
Where all of them are.
Sevan Matossian (03:00):
Yeah. And those are all the power outages that are still going. But it was kind of cool. Um, they did get the power, uh, up, uh, up pretty early. Wow. Aaron, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Mattew Souza (03:13):
Oh, first donation of the new year. Absolutely right.
Sevan Matossian (03:16):
Thank you. And you will get some free advice for that. Please add a profile picture. Matt Burns had a profile
Mattew Souza (03:21):
Picture. You said that cuz my hair looks ridiculous right now. That’s why you said that, wasn’t
Sevan Matossian (03:24):
It? I just saw you yawning. I like your hair
Mattew Souza (03:27):
Sevan Matossian (03:28):
So, so 13 people didn’t make it to my house cuz so much shit was flooded. Uh, I wonder if I type in, um, Santa Cruz flooding. Yeah, if we get images, uh, heavy rain and slam, central and northern color. I mean, it’s not Buffalo. Like that story we told in Buffalo yesterday or two days ago were like 40 people. Um, 40 people died. It’s not like that. I mean, you, it, it wasn’t even cold last night. Did you notice that?
Mattew Souza (03:55):
Yeah. It wasn’t, it wasn’t bad at all. Dude. When I was driving back, it was like 12. It was like just after midnight cuz we basically like did the whole happy New Year, then just left. And I was, I was driving, the person in front of me was going like 20 miles an hour, getting on the freeway. And I’m like, well this dude’s fucked up. And then as we’re driving down the freeway, a very short stretch of the freeway, there was one car crashed into the side, into like the side of the freeway wall. Another car like awkwardly off to the side with its flashers on across the freeway. There was two more cars crashed into the medium on the other side
Sevan Matossian (04:26):
Because the water was so deep it just lifted the car up
Mattew Souza (04:29):
Because, uh, I don’t
Sevan Matossian (04:31):
Mattew Souza (04:31):
Or it was, I think they were fucked up. I think it’s like New Years driving crash. You just had a perfect storm of it was dark, everything was flooded. They were hydroplaning and driving like idiots.
Sevan Matossian (04:41):
They needed the, uh, patron saint damn Martins.
Mattew Souza (04:46):
Sevan Matossian (04:47):
Can you believe this sticker?
Mattew Souza (04:48):
I just want to take one quick second too, cuz I saw Mike, uh, Sedona was in the comments. Mike.
Sevan Matossian (04:55):
Oh, <laugh>. Wow. So the story behind that is, I, Susan, you were filming at Guap Polooza last year and you left it there,
Mattew Souza (05:06):
Or no, no, no. I left it in Rome when we were like, trying to get back after all the delays. I like left, I left honeymoon, I left it in Rome on my honeymoon. Yeah. And then I did a deer bill and Katie, um, radio silence. And then, uh, uh, Mike was nice enough to, he had this same one and, um, apparently he was just chilling in his closet, so he sent it over to me and I got it. Uh, yesterday he was at the gym. Thanks Mike. Super appreciate it. We got your address too now. So
Sevan Matossian (05:29):
Oops. Oops. Sorry. Sorry, Caleb. I Go ahead. Sorry. Huh? You got it. Yeah. What a good dude. Hungover and a good dude. Um, what did Audrey say last? Well, she said something in here I wanted to pull up about Alexis. What was it? So basically last night I couldn’t get on the show. Oh my God. Alexis is the greatest thing to grace this earth. Alexis, uh, is, uh, Hiller’s, uh, sidepiece. And, and yesterday they were on the, uh, show together. I told ’em I didn’t have electricity and I asked him if he would go on. Did you give him admin too?
Mattew Souza (06:05):
Mm-hmm. I had to because I could get on and sign him on. But once they got going, I, he couldn’t end the show.
Sevan Matossian (06:11):
Yeah. We should have given him admin rights a long time ago. That was smooth.
Mattew Souza (06:14):
Yeah. So he’s all hooked up. But they did great. Alexis was awesome on it.
Sevan Matossian (06:18):
He called me after the show. He’s like, that shit Caleb does is hard.
Mattew Souza (06:22):
Sevan Matossian (06:25):
Uh, so they came on the show. Um, I was really proud of that thumbnail too. And
Mattew Souza (06:30):
That was such a good thumbnail.
Sevan Matossian (06:32):
Thank you. I, I was, I was, I was, uh, at first I was gonna do a theme, Savon and Hiller sitting in a tree, K I s s I n g and like put like me and him in a tree together, like making googly eyes. And then I came across that tug of war. I’m like, nah, that’s, I’ll do this. But then it ended up being perfect. It was like foreshadowing. It was his show. Mm-hmm.
Mattew Souza (06:50):
<affirmative>. It was awesome.
Sevan Matossian (06:51):
So he came on, he did the show the other days. Thank you. Yeah,
Mattew Souza (06:54):
That was good.
Sevan Matossian (06:56):
He liked the, the garbage truck with the noble in the back.
Mattew Souza (06:58):
The whole thing with all of them falling in and the tug of war between CrossFit and Hillary and you Yeah. Liked it a lot. Whoop.
Sevan Matossian (07:06):
I do think you know what he did announce last night. Hillary announces that he is, even though he is on t r t, he’s gonna enter the CrossFit games <laugh>, which I think is good. Just hopefully he makes it, you know, to, to a point. I, I don’t know how I’m, I don’t know how hard it is, but if for some reason he were to make it to the semi-finals, I’m guessing they would drug test him and then he could make a video on the whole, uh, on the whole thing.
Mattew Souza (07:31):
Hey, you think if they drug tested him and he popped that CrossFit even say anything like, morning cha for anybody. Report it. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (07:38):
Yeah. Uh, yeah. Happy New Year guys. So, ha, what’d you say? Caleb?
Caleb Beaver (07:42):
Like, thank you Captain. Obvious no shits on t
Sevan Matossian (07:45):
R t. Uh, happy New Year guys. So happy I found your podcast in 2022 and looking forward to the great, uh, 2023 season. Awesome, dude. Thank you. Beautiful family. Uh, rich Rosada, uh, at seven 30 this morning, uh, Jorge Ventura will be joining us. We’ll get an update from the border. For those of you who haven’t been following that story, it is just chaos there. I don’t know if it, if it’s always chaos there, we’ll ask ’em. Or if it’s just like an ebb and flow, but the reports coming out of there now are absolutely nuts. Those numbers are, those numbers are massive. Like I was hearing 8,000 people a day.
Mattew Souza (08:22):
Sevan Matossian (08:23):
So that’s 2.4 million people a year. If that’s happening, that means it’s basically one out of every 150 people in the United States is in, uh, uh, a, a migrant, an illegal migrant. I also heard yesterday in California, we’ll ask, uh, we’ll ask him about this also, that they’re going to start allowing migrants to work. I’m not sure if I, I’m curious if there’s an argument why that’s a good thing, allowing illegals to work
Mattew Souza (08:49):
Sevan Matossian (08:50):
Because on one hand I’m like, okay, they’re here and if they wanna work, just let ’em fucking work.
Mattew Souza (08:55):
Well, I think part of the issue is they’ll, the price fluctuation for work. Cuz if they’re coming across and they’re like, should I’ll do it for two bucks. I don’t care. Then it kind of resets the whole entire, you know, low skill job, low skill job, uh, pricing.
Sevan Matossian (09:11):
And you saying it’s a good thing or bad thing?
Mattew Souza (09:13):
I don’t know. I don’t really have a comment on it. I’m just saying if, if you were only willing to work for $10 an hour, but I’m willing to work for two. Yeah. Every, the whole thing resets at $2 an hour.
Sevan Matossian (09:22):
And let’s contextualize that. I heard this the other day. We have a clip, I think somewhere in the, uh, live column notes. Um, I wonder if I can find that really quick. Basically there are 11. It would be towards the bottom. I think Cal if we had it. There are 11 million job openings in the United States and there are 7 million able-bodied people who aren’t working. And I think 4 million of them are young men. I heard some stat like that. It’s, it’s absolutely nuts. Uh, how many people aren’t, aren’t working.
Mattew Souza (10:04):
Yeah. It just seems like a lot of those like, um, labor jobs or, or jobs like that. Like people just can’t, especially in like small businesses, like they just can’t seem to find people to fill those positions.
Sevan Matossian (10:15):
It w isn’t there some sort of, um, like habit, um, formula where if you don’t do, if you do something for 90 days, it becomes a habit.
Mattew Souza (10:26):
I’ve heard that.
Sevan Matossian (10:26):
Yeah. And so if we, if you were in the United States government was paying people, I was getting a shitload of money from him for, well, way more than 90 days.
Mattew Souza (10:34):
Yeah. Why would you ever do anything else?
Sevan Matossian (10:38):
Um, listen what Alan’s saying here. Uh, I hate this shit. Illegals coming in and being, uh, given the, given the right to work while here I am with multiple degrees. I hate this shit. Illegals coming in and being given the right to work while I’m here with multiple degrees and certificates, having to renew my visa because I came in legally. Bullshit. I see what you’re saying. You, the, the part that, um, I found interesting is the people that I talk to who live near the border and by near the border, I mean within 300 miles of the border, they say it’s, it’s a little scary. Yeah. Just because you just see people wandering around, people wandering onto your property, wandering onto your ranches. Caleb, you got a little schmutz, uh, on your, uh, in, in the corner of your Thanks. Nice, nice.
Mattew Souza (11:23):
He saved that for later.
Sevan Matossian (11:24):
Like job of the hut. Just use it. Ah,
Mattew Souza (11:27):
<laugh>, my grandpa lives right there on that low lo cal Alade donuts border in you and Arizona. Like, he lives like super close in this small like retirement community down there.
Sevan Matossian (11:40):
Uh, Christine Young don’t believe all the job openings. Lots of companies are not actually hiring because it’s better for them to overwork the part-time people they don’t pay benefits to. Yeah. I’m guessing it’s the same though in where, um, Matt lives everywhere in Santa Cruz. There’s for higher signs. Yeah. I mean, anyone can get a job for $20 an hour now in, in Santa Cruz. A any, like, you just go over to Pete’s Coffee. There are the, the public school here, uh, public school, the public pool here can’t stay open. I’m on their mailing list and they send emails at least every week saying that they have to shut down for a day here. They’re shutting down early cuz they don’t have people to, uh, I’ve never seen anything like this in my life. So there’s shitloads of jobs here in California. Uh, Jessica Valenzuela, my hubby,
Mattew Souza (12:25):
Sevan Matossian (12:26):
Had to do assignments once a month on the border in Texas and all the stories, they don’t mention anything about how they’re found dead in the desert from dehydration, including kids. Uh, we’ll definitely get into that. Yeah,
Mattew Souza (12:37):
Sevan Matossian (12:37):
Let, let me make a note about that. Here’s another thing that I really want to emphasize. I’m pretty sure these aren’t Mexicans. I’m pretty sure it’s like less than 5% are Mexicans. Yeah.
Mattew Souza (12:48):
Caleb Beaver (12:48):
It’s like everybody else.
Sevan Matossian (12:50):
Caleb Beaver (12:51):
It’s like everybody else. Everybody but Mexicans. Everybody else in the lower hemisphere.
Sevan Matossian (12:57):
Yeah. Uh, Jason from Canada. This is a very similar conversation to forgiving student debt and reading in the morning is hard. Talking in the morning is hard.
Mattew Souza (13:08):
Ah, I know. It takes a second. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (13:10):
Ah, ah, I should have done voice exercises. Some people are responsible and pay for their education and people that don’t get bailed out. Same shit. There’s a process. So follow it. Uh, rich, uh, says the problem is neither side in Washington wants to fix the problem. They both want it as an issue for their bases. What about this idea that if you let all these people in across the border, that they become democrats, that, that that seems to be like the, um, the rights, uh, theory on it. Open the border, let let a million people come in and you get a million more, uh, democratic votes.
Mattew Souza (13:50):
Yeah. Which is interesting cuz they’re not actually citizens.
Sevan Matossian (13:54):
If you do go, I do need more paper street coffee. I have a big cup of it right here. If you go to paper streete coffee, I think it’s 15% off. If you use the code word seon and you’ll get those beautiful little speaking of brown people, brown beans, <laugh>, um, Jason Miller. If you’re worried about them taking jobs, well they aren’t taking your job. And if they are, you need to skill up.
Mattew Souza (14:15):
I don’t know if I was worried about them taking our jobs. Just resetting labor costs lower than they necessarily should be.
Sevan Matossian (14:23):
Yeah. Skill up. Skill up. Well the other guy Jason said, uh, in the comment said he got the skills. Oh, but, but his thing was is that he has to keep reapplying for a visa.
Mattew Souza (14:33):
Yeah. Cuz he’s doing it the right way.
Sevan Matossian (14:35):
That’s why the liberals in Canada love immigration. Yeah. That, that makes total sense. And let me tell you, the, all the immigrants that I’ve known who come to Canada, their favorite thing is the supposedly free healthcare. But lemme tell you, it is not free. That is a complete misnomer. It is not free. It’s being paid for in two ways. The people, uh, the healthcare is suffering in one way. It pays and the other way, uh, people are taxed for it. Someone’s paying for it and you’re getting, and, and, and the worst the situation gets, the worst the doctors get. It’s the same with our school teachers. Right. I think the average school teacher only lasts three years. Why? Because their job is so shitty cuz the system’s so shitty. And so the same thing’s happening with doctors and nurses and, and and, and in in the uh, the medical care that people get.
Mattew Souza (15:22):
Well the interesting thing is, remember how Alex had said like, why are people, they people off the leave country to go get different, uh, procedures and stuff done cuz they can’t afford it here in the us Right? Like a lot of people at that retirement home, I was telling you about that my grandfather’s at like, they all go to Mexico for their dental work and everything else.
Sevan Matossian (15:38):
Cause I know some really rich people who I know some really wealthy people who go to Mexico across the border go south for work.
Mattew Souza (15:43):
Yeah, me too.
Sevan Matossian (15:46):
Mattew Souza (15:47):
Not my grandpa. He’s not wonderful.
Sevan Matossian (15:49):
Ask uh, Caleb, how, uh, free, how is free healthcare Caleb?
Caleb Beaver (15:53):
Well, I’m basically providing it to myself. So it’s pretty good.
Sevan Matossian (15:57):
<laugh> awesome. Yes.
Mattew Souza (15:58):
Still up. He doesn’t <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (16:02):
Uh, with Dems wanting to do away with voter ID deeming its racist. That allows them to vote. Uh, thus vote more votes for the left. What, what is the, the thought on that? How, why, why,
Mattew Souza (16:15):
Why is it racist? Is that what you’re saying? Like how could
Sevan Matossian (16:17):
They Well, I, I’ve heard that argument. It’s fucking crazy. The the argument that it’s racist is racist. Yes. Like all of these things that they do. All of them. But is it, it doesn’t seem like it’s too much to ask for Id for to vote.
Mattew Souza (16:32):
That should What?
Sevan Matossian (16:33):
It doesn’t, it doesn’t seem like it’s that much of an ask. Like, Hey, uh,
Mattew Souza (16:37):
Bro, well you need your ID to do anything, right? You wanna go fly on a plane, you need your id. You wanna go get money out of the bank? Cash a check. You need an id. Yeah. You wanna buy anything where you’re gonna have some sort of a loan on a car or, or more like you need an id.
Sevan Matossian (16:52):
You, uh, you wanna get your prostate checked? You need an id. Id
Mattew Souza (16:57):
Exactly. What are you talking
Sevan Matossian (16:58):
About here? What don’t you don’t need? Uh, you wanna buy weed at the dispensary? You need id, you
Mattew Souza (17:02):
Need an id.
Sevan Matossian (17:03):
You want to have the doctor stick. Check your prostate. Put his finger in your ass. Need an id.
Mattew Souza (17:08):
Oh, I need an id. I
Sevan Matossian (17:10):
Decided you wanna buy fentanyl. Don’t need an id.
Mattew Souza (17:13):
<laugh>. No, I don’t need an ID for that.
Sevan Matossian (17:16):
No, I, no, ID, uh, you need an ID to buy booze?
Mattew Souza (17:19):
Sevan Matossian (17:20):
Um, I got these, uh, new cards from from wad. Zombie. Oh, it won’t.
Mattew Souza (17:26):
Is it pa? Is that packaged?
Sevan Matossian (17:28):
Yeah, it’s, oh, it’s so nice. Oh, it comes with, uh, it comes with that and a and Stan. So the stands are That’s awesome. Yeah. So you can go to wad zombies. Um,
Caleb Beaver (17:40):
It’s more valuable if it’s still in the package. Right.
Mattew Souza (17:43):
How that works. When you held that up, it had a slight glare in it. And at first I thought this was a new supplement you were gonna try. I don’t know why you gonna buzz
Sevan Matossian (17:51):
<laugh>. I would try any, I would try a new supplement. <laugh>. You think Killer’s gonna get that C4 sponsorship?
Mattew Souza (17:59):
I don’t know. I mean, he should. He should. I think he should, but I don’t know if the company’s gonna go for it. Every so afraid these days. I’m like, well, what if he makes a video and it upsets the wrong Natty or not? And
Caleb Beaver (18:09):
You know, I don’t think people will drink c4 regardless. Speaking of which, we had a bunch of cases of that from somebody lately. Like some, somebody from somewhere else brought in like cases of C4 for us. It was fantastic.
Mattew Souza (18:19):
Sevan Matossian (18:21):
Uh, that shit’s like, uh, sniffing crank. Right? It it gets you just a hundred percent. Yeah. You’ve
Mattew Souza (18:27):
Never had it Simon. Have you had one?
Sevan Matossian (18:28):
No, but I’ve, I’ve had, uh, I went on a little spree about a year ago. I drank bangs for a month or two. Mm. I still have like, just two in my refrigerator that have been in there probably for a year. And they’re like a break in case of emergency. You know, like a coffee machine stops working or something. <laugh>,
Caleb Beaver (18:46):
You’re like out middle of nowhere and you can’t make coffee.
Sevan Matossian (18:48):
Caleb Beaver (18:50):
Sevan Matossian (18:51):
Uh, Dolan pepper.
Mattew Souza (18:52):
Dang. You got the
Sevan Matossian (18:53):
Stack. Alexis Raptors. Um, em, Emily Rolf
Mattew Souza (19:01):
Sevan Matossian (19:03):
I got a Brian friend sticker. Probably throw darts at that <laugh>.
Caleb Beaver (19:09):
Mattew Souza (19:09):
Send it to Heidi.
Sevan Matossian (19:11):
Then he is got these like pretty, there’s a Matt Del Lugo sticker. There’s the, these really realistic ones. He sent me stickers for everything. There’s a Clyde Dale Media. He sent me everything except the sev on podcast sticker
Mattew Souza (19:22):
Caleb Beaver (19:22):
What the hell?
Sevan Matossian (19:24):
I dunno. I’m putting them in two different piles. The good ones and the bad ones.
Caleb Beaver (19:27):
Sevan Matossian (19:28):
Um, there’s, uh, eat Your Hard Out one. There’s, there’s this one, this pain cave one very juvenile. Very
Mattew Souza (19:37):
Juvenile. Very juvenile.
Sevan Matossian (19:39):
Uh, there’s this one that you can put over your bed <laugh> on Forward
Caleb Beaver (19:44):
<laugh>. Yes. On your dumbbells that you said next to your
Sevan Matossian (19:47):
Bed. <laugh>. There’s this one. I’m gonna stick on the side of my penis. The fittest Wizard.
Caleb Beaver (19:50):
Mattew Souza (19:52):
Sevan Matossian (19:55):
And there’s this one that’s pretty damn good. This Puy
Mattew Souza (20:00):
Savon. Have you ever played Cards Against Humanity? Do you know what that is?
Sevan Matossian (20:03):
I do know what it is. I’ve never played it. I don’t, I don’t know. I I mean, I’ve heard of it, but I don’t know the, uh, tell me. We
Mattew Souza (20:08):
Played it last night. It’s just like, it’s the card version game of this show. I felt like
Sevan Matossian (20:13):
Mattew Souza (20:14):
Sevan Matossian (20:15):
How do you play? What’s,
Mattew Souza (20:16):
What happened? There’s two different cards. There’s a black card and a white card, and the black card plays out.
Sevan Matossian (20:19):
Oh. Uh, oh.
Mattew Souza (20:20):
And it, and it has, and it has a phrase on it. And it’ll say like, Savan is the king of, and it’ll have a blank. And then we all have seven white cards that just have the most random fucking phrases on it. Everything. I mean, random phrases in they’re dark and a lot of ’em are like crazy sexual. And then some of ’em are just like someone actor’s name or like, something soft. And so everybody puts down their card. And then if you’re the person who drew who rather than laid over the black card, you pick up all the white cards and you read that with the blank and the phrase, and then you pick the funniest one that’s funniest to you.
Sevan Matossian (20:53):
And then you, and then if
Mattew Souza (20:53):
It keep the black card, if it, if, uh, whoever won whoever you thought was the funniest, they get to keep the black card person with the most black cards at the end wins.
Sevan Matossian (21:01):
Who, who does do you who reads it out loud? Is is the
Mattew Souza (21:04):
The person, the person who, uh, whoever has turned it is on the black card.
Sevan Matossian (21:07):
Okay. So delivery plays some role.
Mattew Souza (21:10):
A hundred percent. You gotta do it to the person. Or if, if it’s in the case of somebody who like normally wouldn’t speak like that, like if we were playing with your, with your mother, we would like put down like a raunchy card just to see if her like, reaction when she picks it up, if she’s like gonna read it or if she’s gonna skip it or what she’s gonna Oh,
Sevan Matossian (21:25):
You can’t, you learn a lot about somebody
Mattew Souza (21:26):
When you you could. Yeah. You could be like, some people are like, I’m not, I’m not reading this one because it, you know, whatever reason. But disappointing. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (21:35):
I went to the bank and then it could be like skull. Fuck the teller.
Mattew Souza (21:39):
Exactly. <laugh>. Yes, exactly.
Sevan Matossian (21:42):
Caleb Beaver (21:43):
Is the show.
Sevan Matossian (21:44):
Mattew Souza (21:44):
Just, you never know where it’s gonna go, but it could go anywhere.
Sevan Matossian (21:48):
Uh, we played class last night too. I had a, uh, Milwaukee, um, uh, like utility light. I set it on Lowe and pointed it at the ceiling and it lit up like the living room in the kitchen, uh, with some dim light. And, uh, we played Clak. Great game. God,
Mattew Souza (22:03):
Some dim light. Really set the mood there. You were a candle lit as the power was out.
Sevan Matossian (22:07):
<laugh>. Yeah, we had, we had candles in the bathrooms. And, uh, Jason from Canada. Danny Spiegel card is 3D according to Alexis. So you can feel that. Geez Louise. Oh man. I didn’t like that part of the show. I didn’t like that part of the show. I’m gonna tell you. I didn’t like that part of the show. I don’t wanna say mean shit about people. I didn’t like that. But do you know what part, what she’s referring to? Yes. That part of the show. I didn’t like that
Mattew Souza (22:31):
Part of the show. And if you did it, you just have to go to Hillary’s stories and he’ll give you the timestamp of exactly where to
Sevan Matossian (22:35):
Go. <laugh>. Did he Is he ha Yeah. I didn’t like that part of the show. Oh, I, I, yeah. I didn’t like that. That felt, um, yeah. I don’t, I don’t, I I was thinking if I, I was wondering if I would bring up even that part of the show. Uh, because even saying that I don’t, I don’t like saying I don’t like that. Hmm. Um, yeah, it’s already I do, I do have great, I do have great skin. I have, I have like, my skin feels like a baby’s butt. It’s like all soft and shit. And
Mattew Souza (23:08):
They do have nice skin.
Sevan Matossian (23:09):
I have nice skin.
Mattew Souza (23:10):
Everybody in your family has nice skin actually.
Sevan Matossian (23:12):
Yeah. Yeah. We’re we, we got, um, we’re, we’re brown. We’re like, we’re brown people. We’re like, uh, you have to know. I don’t know what I look like to you guys, but like during the whole Osama bin Laden thing, I got like that face that like gets stopped. Savon was so desperate to change his subject that he wanted them to talk about their sex life. Yeah. Hey, she said she’s on top. Uh, every four times they have sex. She’s on top
Mattew Souza (23:36):
Every four times. Like this is a, oh,
Sevan Matossian (23:38):
Sorry. Every sorry. Sorry. Every, no, sorry. Every thr every time that she’s on, did you see the show Caleb?
Caleb Beaver (23:43):
I watched a little
Sevan Matossian (23:44):
Bit of it. Um, she, she was, um, she’s on top every uh, three out of every four times they have sex.
Mattew Souza (23:52):
Mattew Souza (23:53):
Mattew Souza (23:54):
Specific. Is that like, was
Sevan Matossian (23:55):
That I asked, well, I asked what the ratio was.
Mattew Souza (23:58):
Now is that by her, that’s like her choice? Or is that because like Hitler’s just like
Sevan Matossian (24:03):
Lazy? Yeah. <laugh>. I don’t know, but I would, I fucking love that. What a great, that’s a great ratio. The only ratio better than that would be four out of four
Mattew Souza (24:13):
Sevan Matossian (24:14):
<laugh>. What a fucking good life. He’s living
Mattew Souza (24:19):
That log cabin. Huh?
Sevan Matossian (24:20):
That’s pour yourself a whiskey and just sit back,
Mattew Souza (24:24):
Enjoy the show
Sevan Matossian (24:25):
<laugh>. Yeah. Except he doesn’t drink. I don’t know. He’d pour himself as c4. God, the thought of having the energy drink while having sex sounds horrible.
Mattew Souza (24:33):
Goes on the wrong pipe. And you start like coughing and like
Sevan Matossian (24:36):
<laugh>. Uh, my wife’s on top too. I’m a power bottom. Yeah. That’s what a great
Mattew Souza (24:41):
Sevan Matossian (24:42):
Every at that point, everything’s their fault. You just, uh, just sit back and, and chill. Uh, that’s her, uh, admitting. She’s lazy. She should be on top more. Yeah. <laugh>. I agree.
Mattew Souza (24:57):
We had a four.
Sevan Matossian (25:00):
Okay. Let’s see what we have here in the, uh, in the notes. Oh, uh, 3 0 3. Um, this is, uh, the other day we had a, a commenter come on the show named Kurt. He said that the show is the same shit just over and over and over. And I should stick to interviewing. This is 3 0 3. And I just wanted to say thank you, Kurt, because he says that, and that gets me thinking, you know, is he right? And then I see this, and this is, um, uh, Mr. Rogers, it looks like, uh, testifying in Congress, which is just fascinating. This is in the late SI sixties. Mr. Rogers tried to warn everyone in the late 1960s, and again, in the 1980s, who knew that Mr. Rogers was such a, uh, right wing fucking nut job, uh, um, about an agenda on TV that isn’t suitable for minors. Who knew that he cared about kids. He went as far as making a song to remind young boys and girls that their biological sex, you fucking idiot, not gender is in fear of one day the media would give them the idea to change. Now it’s right. Genders later on in life, everyone laughed. But then this is very much a reality. Now Mr. Rogers predicted this shit. This is crazy,
Crazy, crazy, crazy.
Speaker 6 (26:22):
I’m very much concerned as I know you are about what’s being delivered to our children in this country.
Mattew Souza (26:31):
Boys are boys from the beginning. Girls are girls right from the start. Everybody’s fancy. Everybody’s fine. Your body’s fancy. And so as well, because sometimes children think that they might change, they might have to change after a while. And you know, we laugh about that now, but it’s because we had that concern when we were little. Yeah. Because you’re really not sure. You thought maybe you’d become a girl, or a girl would become a boy. Right. Exactly. Happens frequently out here.
Speaker 7 (27:05):
Boys are boys from the beginning. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Girls are girls. Right from the start. Only girls can be the mummies. Only boys can grow up and be the daddy. Yes.
Speaker 6 (27:21):
For a girl can be someday a lady.
Mattew Souza (27:24):
That last part was a little creepy.
Speaker 6 (27:25):
Can be someday a man. I’m very,
Sevan Matossian (27:30):
He he’s just trying to address it in the Mr. Rogers way. Yeah. I I I I see what you mean. Uh, it’s just, uh, he knew, he already knew. He well, he, he he was in the Hollywood scene. Right. He was in
Mattew Souza (27:44):
Well, that’s what I was gonna say. Yeah.
Sevan Matossian (27:45):
He might have been privy to information then. And don’t get it twisted. I’m not, I I don’t know about all the devil worship or the drinking blood. I don’t know that stuff. But that scene is full of a lot of really, um, a lot of really perverse people. Like Well, I think what happens is, is those people get power. And when people get power, one of the ways that they show it is, uh, their sexual appetite becomes, uh, they become more, less reserved about expressing it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, they feel little, like they don’t have to play by the rules. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> a a lot less reserved about it. And so if you have some sort, you know, if you’re a guy, maybe you would hit on girls in a way that would be inappropriate. Or just more often if you’re a girl, you might vice versa. But, but if you have some sort of, uh, attraction to kids, you somehow think probably you, you’re, you become less vulnerable to being caught. Mm-hmm. <affirmative> like you think you can get away with more. That that scene just breathes that. And it’s a real, real thing there. Like on every set. Uh, I picture sev on singing, uh, to his sons like that. I ra I rap to him. I, I don’t, I’m more of a rapper.
Speaker 6 (28:53):
Mattew Souza (28:55):
Get it right Chris.
Sevan Matossian (28:56):
So thank you Mr. Rogers. Thank you Kurt, for reminding me that, uh, it’s important to stay, uh, on the subjects, uh, that are important. Uh, 3 0 2. I tried to express this to you guys the other day and someone sent me this, uh, on the show and I was like, I was pretty, pretty happy to be in this company with, um, Rumi. Uh, he said the exact same thing, but he said it a little more eloquently, cry about your pain. And even some friends walk away but transmuted into art and even some enemies applaud. Hmm. And that’s the thing. Uh, who is the guest? I was talk, we were talking to about that there was a guest, right? Oh, it was, uh, it was, it was, uh, um, uh, he
Mattew Souza (29:37):
Was just live calling with that guy singing about getting something to eat
Sevan Matossian (29:39):
With his wife. I Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. You’re right. You’re right, you’re right. You’re right. So that guy was waiting, was tired of waiting for his wife always to have to get ready before they went out. And so he turned it into art. And it’s the same thing with, uh, you know, like I told you the story about how those people at the, I took my shirt off at the beach and that lady’s like, oh, my godson has a dad. Bo like, I knew.
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