#764 – Live Call In | Ms Universe

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Um, bam. We’re live.

Caleb Beaver (00:02):

I think they can, they go upwards of a year. Sometimes long. Sometimes. I think usually it’s as long as a year. Like that’s the longest.

Sevan Matossian (00:10):

Like, have you ever met anyone who’s been like, not home for three years, who’s just like there?

Caleb Beaver (00:14):

Mm. No. But I’ve heard stories of like, contractors who just live out here. Yeah. I think, I think I met a guy who was, uh, he had been out, he had been deployed, deployed for three or four years, but he just lives out here.

Sevan Matossian (00:30):

Like, does he have a house and shit?

Caleb Beaver (00:33):

Um, I don’t know. I didn’t know. It was like in passing. And

Sevan Matossian (00:37):

There’s gotta be dudes who start second, second families out there too, if you’re a contractor. Oh, yeah. Like you have a wife

Caleb Beaver (00:42):

And surprised

Sevan Matossian (00:43):

You have a wife and kids here, and a wife and kids there.

Caleb Beaver (00:46):

Probably. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (00:47):

Wow. That must get complicated.

Caleb Beaver (00:49):

<laugh>. Yeah. The, uh, well, there’s, I’ve, I’ve heard of more than one divorce that’s gonna be occurring when they get home.

Sevan Matossian (00:58):

Oh, good times. Holy shit. I can’t believe how many people are listening. 34. Incredible. What a show this morning. Tom Garron. Bruce. Wayne. Corey. Hi, Heidi. Good morning. Heidi. Heidi, Heidi. Heidi. Hi. Did you, Heidi, did you make it home? Uh, Colin Lawrence. Hi. Welcome back to Reality, all you Florida traveling CrossFit junkies. Brandon Wael, Ken O’Connor. Good morning. Morning from the biker. Good morning, Jessica Valenzuela. Always nice to see you, miss Jessica, Judy Reid. Good morning friends. Bumped to have to not have any competition watched today. No, no. It’s fine. We’re good. <laugh> The Moral Spiegel from the Miss Universe. Pagent. I almost stopped saying, um, a referring to Danny Spiegel is the beacon of moral authority because like they, I feel like they were trying to take it from me and I was gonna let ’em have it. Like they were leaning into it and kind of embracing it. And so I was gonna stop saying it, and then I was like, it’s, it’s too good. I can’t stop. I can’t stop. I won’t stop. Austin Martin. Corey. Leonard. Hi. Alan Kester, Kesten bomb. Did I fight with you yesterday, Alan? I feel like me and you got into it. I mean, in a good way. Austin Hartman. I’m always fighting with you, Audrey. Good morning, badass Audrey. Mr. Butter. Dina Miller. Matt Shindel Decker. Hi Matt. Good morning.


Uh, Joe, uh, Willman. I feel like I’ll swear less now that I know Matt’s here. Mr. Shindel Decker show. Sean Wa, John Jaak, Sean Jaak, rich Broda. Holy cow. Naim. This is more than 34 people. I thought I could read everyone’s name. I can’t. Sean Sullivan. Naim. Naim Hasim. Uh, you gave away Caleb’s location by saying what time it was by him yesterday.

Caleb Beaver (02:50):

Still don’t think that gives you any information.

Sevan Matossian (02:53):

<laugh>, uh, alright.

Caleb Beaver (02:54):

It gives you an idea, I guess.

Sevan Matossian (02:56):

Go get his autograph. Jay Ner Ladina Martinez. You know what’s funny is I don’t, um, it is true. I didn’t think you guys knew this, but one time, either you or Suza said, I love it how you click on them even before you read them. And I do that. I don’t know why, but some just catch me. I probably saw that guy’s name, name, and I’m like, I just automatically like picture him like in Africa somewhere. So I’m like, oh, I wonder what he has to say and then I click it. Did you know I do that? I click them before I even read them.

Caleb Beaver (03:27):

Yeah. Sometimes I like you click it and I’ve already read the comment. Yeah. And I’m like, oh, I get a little worried that you’re gonna

Sevan Matossian (03:34):

Read it. Oh boy. No fights for real in here. Se no more, uh, of fight. Uh, no more of a fight. It was a friendly band. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Thank you, Mr. Keston. Keston Keston bomb guys. Um, I was thinking about, um, this no plan B thing when I put this shirt on this morning, and I was thinking about how it is, is that it’s really just, I, I you need to have things in your life that are a hundred percent non-negotiable on Sundays, no matter what. I don’t eat. I did not eat yesterday. I even told myself leading up to the last Sunday to yesterday, Hey, sev, uh, because you’ve stopped eating at 6:00 PM every day. Now you, uh, you don’t have to fast on Sundays and Sunday came. And it’s non-negotiable. I didn’t eat it doesn’t matter. It’s non-negotiable. It’s non-negotiable. It’s non-negotiable that I do a podcast every morning at 7:00 AM It’s non-negotiable that that’s the same as no plan B.


I’m just putting another spinner perspective on it. And why should you have these non-negotiable things? And some people have non-negotiable things. Like I’ll go to all my kids’ sporting events that, that’s not one of mine. If it comes between this podcast and one of my kids’ sporting events. I do, I do this podcast, uh, not open to discussion or modification. Yeah. If it comes to like, my, my, my parents will be at my house. My dad will be at my house and it’ll be Christmas and they’ll be like, oh, come on, Savon, just eat at Sunday. No, I don’t. It’s non-negotiable. It’s nongo it, there is no wiggle room. And here’s why.


These things that I’ve chosen that are non-negotiable, that there’s no plan B, they only lead to better things. So when I started CrossFit, it wasn’t non-negotiable, but because I did CrossFit, I had to quit smoking because the two couldn’t coincide together. And so when you have these things that are non-negotiable, no plan B, and you’ve chosen the right thing, it will push away other things that aren’t, don’t help you get towards your goal. Jorge Fernandez, it’s non-negotiable. He does not drink alcohol because he has no plan B in regards to the sport that he’s pursuing, which is CrossFit. And the two cannot live together. Savon, did you smoke your, your cigarettes indoors? Is my voice a little. I had two sh I had, I, you know what’s crazy? I, um, I just, uh, before the show started, I forgot my socks. And I ran back in the house to get socks. And while I was in there, I, I threw down a, a shot of espresso. And I think I fucking torched my throat. <laugh>


Not bad. Like it didn’t hurt like too bad, but I’m like, well, I drank that a little too fast. Uh, you have to have a no plan B, you have to have some no plan B shit in your life. If you wanna get better, you don’t have to. What am I saying? I’m just telling you it works so well and it’s scary. I like, I I did not wanna, um, there there’s part huge chunks of me that always wanna like quit this podcast, but I can’t, there is no, there’s, I can’t, it would be so stupid. It’s non-negotiable. It’s only seven to eight 30. I’m living a fucking dream life. I’m done at eight 30. I have an excuse to look at social media.


Um, uh, Caleb, I forgot to send you this. I saw this the other day and, um, I, I didn’t, I haven’t actually watched the whole thing. I’m gonna put it in the private chat. I’ll watch it with everyone for the first time. But I saw this and I was like, is this real? I don’t believe this is almost looks like a joke. It says, um, what, let me read it first here. It says a police, fitness, nutrition. I don’t have much of a backstory to this video, but it seems like, once again, untrained citizens u utilizing what seems to be extremely excessive force, making a sensational world star viral video, and at times being hailed as heroes. In the meantime, I’m scratching my head like, what? Let me be the one to scream out this shit is not fucking cool. Get trained. Understand circumstances and consequences. Uh, okay, so these are, it looks like these are two guys. I watched about 15 seconds of this and then just saved it over here. And I was like, okay, I gotta show Caleb this. Uh, this is, um, this is, uh, and and I would love to know what you guys are doing. That’s, uh, no plan B non-negotiable.


I’d love to know. Well, let me see what Audrey Fra Frazier cha uh, quit nine 11 2012. Oh, smoking. Yes. It’s just, it’s so just, you know why smoking so bad? Cuz it haunts you. You stop being able to enjoy the cigarettes and you just wonder, start thinking about when you’re gonna die. A fucked up habit. <laugh>, uh, Casey, uh, Barbour coverage weekend was epic. Thank you for all you guys do. Sevana, go, Hey, thank God for things like Waap Polooza. No one should thank God, because I was just looking at all our stats this morning. And same with Rogue and this event and the CrossFit games. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t have a podcast. I mean, let’s just face it. Like those just skyrocketed my numbers. I mean, it, it’s nuts how, uh, it, it’s not, it’s nuts how unsuccessful this podcast is. And yet in the world of podcasting, it’s like one of the biggest podcasts out there. It’s bizarre. There are so many times, there’s so many podcasts that were just like a thousand listeners a month. Uh, Victor Brown, 1999 for all the coverage this past weekend at Waap Puso. Thanks, dude. Gee, you’ve been so generous. Victor, uh, se and the crew keep crushing, uh, the game. Thanks. Okay, so it’s two guys. What, where do they’re just at a, like a bus station?

Caleb Beaver (09:23):

Yeah, it looks like a, or like in an intersection maybe.

Sevan Matossian (09:27):

And is that one guy barefoot or in socks or is he on his tippy toes? What’s he doing in the blue shirt?

Caleb Beaver (09:32):

He, he’s in socks. Okay. I think his shoes are right here.

Sevan Matossian (09:34):

And there’s a bunch of stuff on the ground. And this looks like this is being filmed from a c Oh, they’re in the street in between a bus and a car. Someone’s filming this from their car. That’s a side mirror.

Caleb Beaver (09:43):

Yeah, I think so.

Sevan Matossian (09:45):

Okay. Fair enough. Here we go,

Unknown (09:49):

Man. Stop that shit, man. Damn.

Sevan Matossian (09:53):

Okay. Get

Unknown (09:54):


Sevan Matossian (10:00):

So that’s a

Unknown (10:01):

Damn the fuck you want, bro.

Sevan Matossian (10:04):

So a security guard with a weightlifting background <laugh>, uh, picks this guy up and slams him on the ground. I don’t think that guy’s head hit the ground, did it?

Caleb Beaver (10:18):

No, it was like the top of his back. I’m sure his head hit the ground too, but it looked like it was What if that’s the bus driver? No, this

Sevan Matossian (10:28):

Is, I think that is the bus driver. Dude. I think that guy who picks him up is the bus driver. I think that’s like, that’s it. I think that is the bus driver.

Caleb Beaver (10:36):

Yeah, I, yeah, I could see that.

Sevan Matossian (10:38):

Like he’s got the Dr. Yeah. Hey, you think he’s tripping that he just killed that dude? Maybe <laugh> like, oh shit, that wasn’t necessary.

Caleb Beaver (10:46):

I don’t think he killed him, but he is definitely fucked him up pretty good. Yeah, because he looks up, the guy looks up from the ground, like he picks his head up

Sevan Matossian (10:55):

And just from that guy’s physique, he looks like a crack head. I mean, I’m, I’m, I’m jumping to a huge conclusion here. But what I’m seeing is, is that the guy in the blues just some normal everyday regular dude and some crackheads approached him and, uh, oh. And that guy, does the guy in the blue get, is he going to walk in front of the bus or is he going to get on the bus?

Caleb Beaver (11:15):

I feel like he might be getting on the bus whenever they were fighting on the bus. And then finally the driver stopped him and then he got out and was like, this is bullshit. And then took him out.

Sevan Matossian (11:25):

God, uh, Victor Brown Chicago bus drivers already. So the guy who’s watching this is saying like, it’s excess. Oh, let’s see what Ian, Ian Smith Fitness says. I asked this guy to come on the show a bunch. He, he never responded to me. Uh, excessive force. Yes. Law of the jungle dictates that’s bound to happen. I find it hard to believe the dude who got dunked like that hadn’t done something outta line, doesn’t make it right to s Suplex. Uh, city him. No, but fuck around and find out. Yeah. I’m, so many people need, uh, to learn that lesson. Fuck around and find out. I don’t, I I don’t fuck around. I don’t fuck around May. Maybe it’s cuz I have kids, but

Caleb Beaver (12:07):

Like stupid. I love when people try to like, posture up against somebody else and then they make a fool of themselves. Like some, one of my buddies was talking about how he was just staring eye to eye with another guy. Yeah. Because a guy just kept looking at him. So my buddy just kept staring at him trying to like big dick him.

Sevan Matossian (12:23):


Caleb Beaver (12:24):

And then finally he just, he had like a drink in his hand and he just kept walking. And finally he like ran into a pile on and like spilled his drink everywhere.

Sevan Matossian (12:31):

<laugh> your buddy. Yeah. Yeah. I did that in college. I did, I tried to stare down like five cops riding, buying a bike. I was sitting at an outside, uh, diner. 30 minutes later I found myself in the back of a cop car

Caleb Beaver (12:42):

That’s like

Sevan Matossian (12:43):

For an unpaid dog, for an unpaid, uh, cer uh, what they said was an unpaid, uh, dog off leash ticket, which I had paid <laugh>. But you’re right, you’re right. I fucked around. I found out what happened.

Caleb Beaver (12:54):

It’s like there’s no need for that. You might as well leave them alone. Like if they’re leaving you alone, you leave them alone.

Sevan Matossian (12:59):

Yeah, exactly. But you have the right to stare at them. Okay, cool. You have also, they, you have the right to go to jail too. Byes, uh, he walked, uh, oh. Look it, here we go. Trish, you want a peace? He walked up behind the guy who weighed a hundred pounds and dropped him on his head for words. Stupid. Okay. That’s true. Maybe it was just words. That’s true. Uh,

Caleb Beaver (13:18):

Dunno what happened before that.

Sevan Matossian (13:20):

I I i I think that exactly that’s what you’re saying. I think it was a unthreatening non-threatening crack head who every six hours steals something. You’re right. I think it’s a non physically threatening crack head who steals something from someone every six hours to maintain. That would be my guess. So if you wanna tell part of the story, I’m gonna tell part of the story too. He weighs a hundred pounds, dropped him on his head for words. I agree. Then I’m also gonna add, uh, if this is like a Madlib story, let’s also add that, uh, he’s a, he’s a chronic thief and uh, and, and, and chronically talking shit to people.


Uh, Barry mc Cocker, uh, remember the Jim that Ian Smith belonged to, that he kept open during the pandemic. He does not belong there anymore. And him and the owner had a falling out. Well, yeah. No shit. Right? I mean, I don’t know what happened, but it makes sense. Every gym, gym owners have a falling out. Hey, uh, we were supposed to have the Cock Uy guy on and he texted us late last night. We rescheduled for the 23rd. By the way, I am not sure if this is actually gonna happen, but I think possibly from the 24th to the 27th, there will not be a podcast. I cannot believe that yet. Cuz I don’t think I’ve taken a day off in 7 million days and or one year to be exact. But, um, by day off, I don’t mean like a vacation. I don’t want to take a day off.


I just, I need to reword that. I need to figure out a way to word that better. But so, so, but uh, it looks like I have this opportunity to take my kids up to Tahoe. There’s a, a place there called Woodward, like a Woodward skate camp up in Truckee. And I’m gonna have an opportunity to take my kids there for four or five days. And I don’t know what the podcast situation’s gonna be like up there. Maybe I just take my laptop and just do live calling shows and fuck around. Do you like how I do it? I know. Shut it. I know. Here’s the thing, here’s the thing. I know, I know, I know. I hear you. Riley s didn’t sev just go on a wild diatribe about no plan B. Yeah, I hear you. But that no Plan B has what’s made it possible for this, uh, Woodward thing to, uh, happen. Maybe, I don’t know. Uh, Woodward is fucking dope. Yeah. And, and maybe it will happen. Uh, no. Austin, please don’t take four days off. This show is non-negotiable. I knew, I knew it. I knew it. I dropped the soap. And Tana, you want a piece of my ass? I love it. <laugh>. You guys are such scumbags. It’s never safe in here. It not waited to sell. This is not a safe, this is not a safe space. I should, yeah. I should have spaced those stories out a little bit. Right? <laugh>. Now fuck a family.


Tell my kids, my kids all the time. Why do you have to do a podcast? Yeah, because I buy you Legos dip shit. <laugh>. Yeah. Why? That’s why, um, I, I I want to, uh, 3 53, I’ve been really thinking about this Donald Trump thing when he owned the Miss Universe pageant. And he said that, uh, uh, uh, don’t you like grabbing a pussy? And it, it’s a trip and I wanna be completely, uh, honest with everyone out there. I know most of you guys listening to the show know this, but the truth is this, every good man, um, has that in him. And the problem is, is that every good man has that in him to grab the pussy thing. Not to actually do it, but to, to, to say that. Like, like you don’t have to grab the pussy, but I could, you know, I could, Caleb and I could be at the bar and a girl could walk in and, you know, be like, oh God, I’d love the motorboat. That chick that motorboat. By the way, for those of you who are old and don’t know shit, that’s when you put the, your face in the boot.


And the the problem is, is that none of us want a, a guy like that for our, uh, daughter. Uh, can you please read the quote of exactly what he said? Fine. Okay. Well, can you pull the, uh, the, the Trump I grabbed the pussy, uh, quote up. So, so I, I was thinking about JR right? JR is a daughter. And like, he, like, you don’t want, you want a strong, powerful, wealthy man who’s kind and loves your daughter to marry your daughter. And yet what makes a man like that is, is is that grab the pussy thing too. And obviously that thing, um, that thing evolves as you get older. Like, I don’t have that grab the pussy thing in me anymore. Yeah. I, it just, um, it just, I don’t know where it went, but it, it, it, it, it, it changes. It’s like gr grab the pussies like GreenRU on a tree.


I’m more of a, I’m a ripe apple now. It’s a, it’s, it’s a, it’s it’s immature. It’s Sure. Jay Hartel sex. Uh, a healthy sex drive. Yeah, that could be. Thank you guys. Cause I haven’t thought this out, so I appreciate, um, uh, I appreciate the, the help. Bad take se What do you mean bad take? I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there. And she was married, you know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful. Oh, so th this is Guy Talk. I moved on her like a bitch. So he was making fun of himself. Yeah. This is guy talk and she was married, you know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful. Um, Hey, that’s every, that’s every healthy human being by the way. I’ve never read this before, so I hope I’m not, uh, going down a dark alley. I just started kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Yeah. Well, the, you can’t just kiss anyone you want. We, that’s not the rules, but, but that desire could be there. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.


And so this, this is, this is reality. If you take this piece out of men, what you get on the other side of it, the grass is not greener on the other, on the other side of the hill. The grass is not greener. So what you have to do is you have to mitigate this. You have to, you have to, uh, typical, uh, um, uh, harmless locker room talk. But the thing is, is we don’t wanna hear it from our president and we don’t want to hear it from the guy who marries our daughter. It’s tricky. But, but here’s, here’s, here’s where I’m going with this. If you tr you have to mitigate that. But if you try to stop that or try to cut it out of a man, what you will end up is with, is the, the, uh, man that just bought the Miss America pageant. You will go from a man who really is really, uh, excited about his fame and the opportunities. It’s open for him to be intimate with women, to a man who’s turned himself into a woman who is now gonna let other men enter your sport. The missed universe, Pagen, that’s, those are the kind of things that happen when you try to fucking stop a a, the world’s largest river. You build a dam and you think you’re gonna stop the world’s largest river from going downstream. And you are not.


You are not. And, and, and, and you may think you stopped it. You may change it for a second, but what you’re going to do is you’re going to end up with a lot of other problems. Sean Sullivan, he wasn’t president when he said it. Fair enough. Yeah. Stop it or tame it. Yeah. There, there has to be. Right, right. There has to be some, you just have to be careful trying to, uh, retard or stop or plug this thing up that makes us men, because we’re gonna end up with some fucked up shit. And it’s, it’s only gonna end up keep hurting. It’s gonna hurt women even more. You think it was bad that some guy said he, he, when he is famous, he’s allowed to grab women’s pussies and they won’t stop you. That’s what he said. Now you have a man who’s bought the Miss Universe pageant who says he’s a woman who’s letting men compete in the contest.


And and I was trying to figure out what, why everyone can’t see it. And I, and Caleb, I’d love to get your opinion on this, is the reason why they, I can’t see their perspective is because they make the presupposition. They accept the fact that if you’re a woman, if you’re a man and you transition to you’re a woman, you’re now a woman. And I, and that’s where we differ. And so they, they think they’re doing something for all women and feminists because they really believe that that man is a woman. And I don’t, and that’s where we go on divergent paths.

Caleb Beaver (21:43):

Yeah, I think you’re right.

Sevan Matossian (21:44):

That’s it. Right? That’s where the problem is.

Caleb Beaver (21:46):

Yeah. Because whenever, um, I guess when I’ve just, when I’ve talked with people who are transgender, people who have just like read up about it, it they just believe that they now are a woman. If they’re, if they were, if they’re genetically a man, they, and they wish to now be addressed as a woman, as if they’ve always been one. Like that’s

Sevan Matossian (22:09):

Yeah. That, that part I’m cool with. It’s the part that if they’re really a woman,

Caleb Beaver (22:14):

Right. No, that’s what I’m saying. Like, they believe that they they are a woman. Yeah. So that they, whatever they’re doing is to help progress womankind.

Sevan Matossian (22:25):

Yeah. It, it’s a trip. So it, it would be the same if I ran a red light and hit a car, but I demanded in court that, hey, for me, red is green and so it’s not my fault.

Caleb Beaver (22:42):

Yeah, okay.

Sevan Matossian (22:43):

Right. I’m like changing. Did that make sense to you? It like, so, so I, we all, we all see a man and then six months later he’s a woman, but we still know it’s a man. We know it. You can’t change that. It’s like at h you, you just, you can’t, no matter what, you can’t change it. But it wants to be called a woman. But we’re like, oh. So we can be like, okay,

Caleb Beaver (23:04):

You can’t change the definition of the word, but you can change the representation of it, I guess. Is that, is that kind of

Sevan Matossian (23:10):

Well, you can even change the definition of the word. Just the, the, there’s some things are just facts. I, I feel like,

Caleb Beaver (23:17):

Okay. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (23:19):

Like I’m more cer I’m more certain that you’re a man than I am. The earth is round. If I had to like sev on one of these is you have to put all your money in one basket of which one’s true. Is Caleb a man or is the earth round? Caleb’s a man? I just have more data, more data points for it. Sure. Yeah. But once I see you’re a man for some reason, I can’t get my head wrapped around the fact of ever believing you’re actually a woman. I’m willing to just, just, if you dressed up as Batman for Halloween and you said, Hey sev, can you just call me Batman all Halloween, I really want to get into character. I’d be like, no problem buddy.

Caleb Beaver (23:52):

Yeah, I see what you’re saying.

Sevan Matossian (23:54):

But you’re not Batman.

Caleb Beaver (23:55):

Yeah. I’m never going to be Exactly Batman.

Sevan Matossian (23:58):

Yeah. It’s, I

Caleb Beaver (24:02):

It’s like you’re, you’re, you’re honoring the wishes, but you know, in the back of your head, like that’s never gonna be the case. Like no matter how much speech therapy you go to, no matter how much, how much hormone blockers or testosterone you’re taking, like you will always be what was created <laugh> initially.

Sevan Matossian (24:20):

Yeah. Yeah. Like if you have a basketball and you empty it and, and, and you, and you empty it out with air and then you fill it up with, uh, sand and make it in a slam ball, that’s actually more of a slam ball than a a man who’s turned himself into a woman. Dropping off your penis is a pretty drastic move. I appreciate the effort. <laugh>.

Caleb Beaver (24:42):

Yeah. I don’t fuck.

Sevan Matossian (24:43):

It’s no plan B. Hey, that’s no plan B.

Caleb Beaver (24:45):

It’s like you’re, you are really selling yourself out to be a woman if that’s what you’re doing.

Sevan Matossian (24:54):

That nuclear waste guy really does look like, uh, t Taylor. I agree. I I so agree.

Caleb Beaver (25:00):

That was f that was perfect.

Sevan Matossian (25:05):

Yeah. So I, that’s where we differ that, that that’s why we can’t communicate. The two sides can’t communicate because we don’t accept the fact that they’re women like that they have women chromosomes and they really, and they do. And so they make that leap and then now they think they’re doing, they’re fighting for women’s rights. Oh, this should be, this should be interesting. Okay, bill, speak to me, brother.

Bill (25:32):

So this is the, this is the conversation I’d like to start. Okay. Is we, you know, we, we like to think, oh, we can turn the clock back to 2005 or 2011, you know, when it was, you know, hey, two men could marry each other, but, uh, you know, we weren’t touching the kids yet. Right. But what I wanna challenge us is an a, a true reorientation of reality. Because once we accepted that a man could be with a man, we could call that marriage then this, we were already on the slippery slope. And to, to answer the question of pretending a male can be a female, we also have to answer the question of two men pretending that they can be married or two women can be married. You can’t have one without the other. The pride flag, right? The trans pride flag started with the original pride flag, and that’s the, these are the flags that are now flying across our embassies around the world. Um, just, just throwing that out there as to how, how

Sevan Matossian (26:38):

You think there should be a, you think there should be a different word for people who are gay who get married? Is

Bill (26:43):

That what you saying? I don’t think it’s mar marriage is a covenant between a man and a woman.

Sevan Matossian (26:49):

Oh, I, I never thought it, I never thought it like that. Is that really the definition?

Bill (26:53):


Sevan Matossian (26:54):

They change the definition of it for marriage? Did they change the definition of it? Did it used to be that was in the definition that it has to be a penis in a vagina.

Bill (27:01):

Of course, the Defense of Marriage Act in 1995, much less the book of Genesis male and females he created. Though

Caleb Beaver (27:06):

That sounds, that’s definitely a biblical thing. I don’t necessarily think that’s a government thing,

Sevan Matossian (27:11):

But if it was a

Bill (27:13):

Go ahead. But first of all, we, we, we were <laugh> a Christian country, and so you would, you could not have asked anyone before, you know, the sixties at the very least, that, um, if, if there was something the government could rule that the church could not, the church could not, or, or, or that religion could not

Sevan Matossian (27:37):

Defined by Google was marriage ever defined by sex. Hey, will is


Ance America? This, this is off subject a little bit, but I wanna tell you one other thing. I don’t have, this isn’t scientific proof by the way either, but if you think for a second that straight men are, are, uh, if you think straight men are like oversexualized or what Donald Trump has said, like grabbing a woman’s pussy, you can do that when you’re famous is oversexualized. There’s nothing keeping gay men in check. I have nothing. I have no problem with gay men. You have to know that. But they’re the most oversexualized part of the population by far, no doubt. What keeps a man in check is being around fucking women. The, I agree with you, the unchecked sexual energy and crazy shit that goes on in the gay community when you just have men is fucking other level. So before you start checking straight white men, just start checking all gay men.


If you, if you want to go down that path of just fucking people’s lives up, stay away from straight men. Gay men are fucking out of fucking control. Everything is either make money or ejaculate. Now that of course, that’s a sweeping generalization, but relative to us straight men who got girls keeping us in check, like, let me tell you gay men, that is just one giant sex stew at least, uh, a non-gay man, we got in our sex stew, we got some other shit like opening doors and crap. I’m not fucking i’ll, I’m not joking. I’ll

Bill (28:55):

Take your word for it. <laugh> joking. I, I, I, uh, you know that that’s, and that’s my frustration with, with Donald Trump too, right?

Sevan Matossian (29:04):

Oh, you’re right. The original definition is from 1891. Okay. So I found it in the dictionary. So they had, uh, marriage is the state of, the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex as husband and wife is a consensual and contractual relationship recognized by law. Okay. So that is the definition. And they just like the mRNA, they now call that a vaccine. They, they change the definition. They change the definition of marriage. Exactly. Okay.

Bill (29:25):

Well, and, and so we, we have to reorient our calculus because, you know, we’ve started to grow up. Our kids are now starting to grow up where marriage can be, can be anything. Because if there’s no root in the, in what the definition you just read or the book of Genesis as <laugh> as I would even say, or, or many parts of the New Testament, then, then marriage is meaningless. Something a, a, a union has to have a limit in order to have meaning. Um, because the na whatever nature of consent or liberty, that is limitless because you can’t.

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