#778 – Olympics or Hyrox | Hunter’s Future

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam, more live. Let’s see if everything’s working today. Hi guys. Yo, Steven Flores. Phillip Kelly. I used to use a whoop. Not anymore. Uh, good morning. Sema. Sema. Did I see you? Um, missing for a while? Bruce Wayne. Dude, thank you for all the thumbnails. Crazy, crazy, crazy, crazy. Don’t forget, we need one for yesterday’s show. Uh, I listen every day. Never catch live. Love the comment section. You guys are hilarious. Whitney Davis, how come you don’t ever catch alive? Are you just catching this one? Because we’re starting so early. It is early. It’s 6:00 AM I am not sure, uh, what is going to happen to su or, uh, Mr. Hunter McIntyre today, because, um, it’s so early and I’m starting to show early because as you can see, I’m not in my home studio. And I am in a room, in a house in Truckee, California up here with the family and friends. Uh, there’s a skate park here called Woodward and, uh, a ski resort called, uh, Boral. You know, what I’m learning is how few people really give a shit.


Like, you know, when you buy a cup of coffee from someone and they’ll be like, oh, by the way, there’s half and half over there and there’s lids over there and there’s sugar over here. And then there’s, if, if, if your cup’s too hot, I can double your cup for you. Have a good day. And you’re like, well, shit, you get, you get a dollar for this $2 50 cent coffee or $4 coffee, I’m gonna give you a dollar. And then there’s just the other people who just don’t give, uh, shit. And this is like a world-class skate park that has, there was probably like 10, 10 kids that worked there between the age of 20 and 25. And it, and it’s just amazing how few of them actually give a shit. Like less than, less than half, like just zero fucks given. And I, I guess that’s okay.


They still get their paycheck. But, um, man, when you have one, one of the, I mean, I think most of you guys know this, but the thing about life is, is it never changes from high school. It’s always a popularity contest. It’s always, it always comes down to who you know. Dennis, good morning, Judy. Good morning, Brandon Waddel. Good morning, Jamie LaMer. Good morning, Travis Belling, Housen. Good morning, Mark Moss. Good morning. It’s all comes down to who, you know, everything in life comes down to who you know, excuse me, and how you treat them at the end of the day, it’s since 90, it’s 99.99. Nine nine 9%. And, uh, big face, big nose. Ah, my face is small. No, face is small. Nose is average. Makes me nose look big. But I appreciate it. Appreciate the acknowledgement of my existence in any way or form.


And so you have people coming into town, especially at a fantastic place like, uh, Woodward and, and you. And you never know what’s gonna happen if you’re a 20 year old kid who works there. You should be exceedingly kind and polite and bring your a game to everyone cuz there’s people who come there from all over the world to enjoy the facility. And you never know who you’re gonna meet and what opportunities it’s gonna present. And the bar is set so low. I did make the bed again. Thank you. I don’t make it at home. My wife makes it at home, but I’m making it here. I kind of make it. It’s just a sheet and a, and a and a comforter. You never, ever, ever know who you’re gonna meet. And you shouldn’t do anything half-assed anyway. You will always feel better when you’re nicer to people and you give ’em your, uh, a hundred percent of your a game.


I found, uh, there’s some really interesting shit going on. Always on Instagram. I wanna show you guys this here real quick. Uh, you got, oh wait, the wrong section here. Sh share things will be a little slower than normal. Cause I’m, I’m lacking several screens. Look at this. This is from the, uh, Pfizer Instagram account. First of all, they’ve turned off their comments and I’ll explain to you why here very soon. Yeah, people think, uh, thank you Jay. Uh, people will walk up to me and, and tell me that it’s obvious I dye my hair and my mustache because of the discrepancy in my hair colors. But I, I don’t do it either. Uh, okay. So, uh, right here, this is the Pfizer, uh, Instagram account. It’s quite, it’s, it’s, it’s crazy. Hilarious. Look at this. Give your child an active role in their health.


I, I, I haven’t even clicked this one. Let’s click this one and see what it says. Uh, ask care, ask care providers to explain in simple language, encourage questions and curiosity about their care care providers. How about ask your CrossFit coach. Just idiot shit. But look at this, this is what caught my eye. Mirna the mRNA. This is the, this is the games. This is the CrossFit game. Same, uh, same marketing team. Mirna the mRNA. Look it. They have little characters like the CrossFit games. Little, little char. Look it. Hi, I’m Mirna. I’m a messenger, a Ribo nucleic acid molecule.


I can’t even believe it. I’m willing to bet that, uh, the the woke, the woke woke, woke, woke ocracy, the wokes who, uh, run, uh, CrossFit games, the ones who, uh, <laugh> have forgotten that the protocol that they have, um, in CrossFit is a cure for the world’s most vaccine problem. The irony of it, right? I’m guessing that they got their idea for their characters from the Pfizer, uh, Instagram count. I’m, I’m willing to bet that I know, know, it sounds crazy. You have to understand how much crazy, uh, ridiculous shit they do over there. Look at it. Let’s see. Oh, by the way, they finally made a good piece of media. I don’t know if you’ve seen this video with Adrian Bosman, but they didn’t make it. Street parking made it. But this is actually a fantastic piece of content over here. This Adrian Bosman video, if you guys haven’t seen it, this thing is funny. Sean Sullivan. Hi. Good morning. Herbert Fillers. Uh, Joe. Yeah, Joe the Camel. Exactly. Joe, the camel to me, uh, have to mark it to the demographic they’re going after. But, you know, uh, Herbert, they should have made it like Carl the Camel. You know, I, I think that the first name and the last name have to be the same. I think that’s part of the protocol. But CrossFit actually did that shit. Look at this. Come back, Cameron. I wonder, I wonder if he’s triple boosted.


You think hunter’s gonna come on? Oh, look. Oh, look it. Badass Betty. Very creative, very creative, anxious ally. Oy boy. Uh, which brings us to, um, this, I probably wouldn’t have talked about any of this if, uh, if Hunter was on. So at least this gives us a second. If you do not follow this account, you have to follow this account. Project Veritas with James O’Keefe. Holy smokes.


Holy smokes. Holy smokes. Uh, Jack, you know what is happening though? I talked to some people in the military. They’re no longer kicking people outta the military for being unvaccinated. This was a while ago, but just found out there is some shenanigans they’re playing. Uh, there are, there are rules that are, that they’re sharing with the public. And then there are different rules, uh, inside. So we shall see, uh, exactly how this, um, plays out. Oh, you don’t even know CrossFit support of diversity, equity, and inclusion. You don’t even know. You don’t even know, uh, many, many, uh, when there was the, uh, regime change, many, many, many, many unqualified people were put into very high level positions all over CrossFit Inc. And they’re still there based on the, uh, the genitalia in their pan pants, the color of their skin, and, uh, and whose genitalia they want to touch with their hands. I, uh, and, and, and who and who that they’ve, uh, been intimate with. It is a, it is. Um, I would love to, I would love to share with you, but I’m, I’m being nice. I didn’t appreciate it when I worked over there and there were people who were throwing stones at the ship that I was on.


Who, so I’ve tried to walk a fine line of telling you guys the truth of what’s going on over there and not trying to send over any massive torpedoes. But there there are some. Yeah, that’s everywhere. Yeah. Fair enough. Yeah. I guess you’re right. Fair enough. Yeah. You winy little bitch. That’s savon. That’s fair enough. No, I’m not going across the gym. You know what I did yesterday? I did, uh, with my wife and, uh, Greg’s wife. We did, uh, five minutes of lunges and five minutes of, uh, max, max lunges in five minutes and max, uh, air squats. I thought I was gonna wake up broken this morning, but I’m actually okay. Okay, here we go. This is, this is just unreal. I hope you guys can hear this. Uh, this is just crazy. And this is why I, I must, I have to assume this is why Pfizer turned off its comments on its Instagram account. This is Jordan Tristan Walker, he’s the Pfizer Director of research and Development, strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning. They’re exploring mutating the virus themselves so that they can get ahead and make vaccines for it. Oh, really? There is no sound. Okay, standby. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. You don’t need sound. I’m just gonna tell you what he’s saying. No, I’m just joking. Hold on. Let me, let me redo this. I’m outside of my skillset. Here we go. Project Veritas. Okay, here we go. Let’s try again. Here we go. Ultimately

Jordan Tristan Walker (11:00):

Is thinking about mutating covid. Well, that is not what we say to the public. No, don’t tell anyone. Restoring like, no. You know how the virus keeps mutating.

Sevan Matossian (11:12):

So he already said, he said the, the, the questionnaire guy goes, so you guys are thinking about mutating the virus? And he goes, well, we don’t say that to the public.

Jordan Tristan Walker (11:22):

Yeah. Well, one of the things we’re exploring is like, why don’t we just mutate it ourselves?

Sevan Matossian (11:26):

Why don’t we mutate it ourselves

Jordan Tristan Walker (11:28):

So we could focus on, we could create un vaccines, right? So we have to do that. If we’re gonna do that though, there’s a risk of like, as you could imagine, no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating virus be like, very controlled to make sure that those virus that you mutate doesn’t create something that like, you know, stones everywhere. Something crazy is the way that the virus started and moving, to be honest. Like, it’s this nuis sense of these virus popped out of nowhere. Like Yeah, I know.

Sevan Matossian (11:54):

Uh, he also acknowledged there that it makes no sense that viruses just pop out of nowhere.

James O’Keefe (12:00):

Meet Jordan, Tristan Walker, a director of research and development, strategic operations and mRNA Scientific planning at Pfizer. It

Jordan Tristan Walker (12:09):

Sounds like gain of function today. I don’t know. It’s a little bit different. I think it’s different. It’s like this. It’s definitely not gain a function. It sounds like it is. I mean, it’s okay. <laugh> No, no, no, no. So directed evolution is very different.

Sevan Matossian (12:24):

Oh, he’s calling it directed evolution instead of gain a function. I see something you guys are talking about Coca-Cola over there. Uh, I don’t know if you saw what just happened, uh, over at Coca-Cola. Uh, I’m gonna try to get the guy on the podcast, but there was a guy over there that worked on their marketing team, and that was the playbook in Coca-Cola that every single person who stood up against Coke was, uh, to be called a racist. And they, and they did. And, uh, I can’t wait to, if I can get this guy in the podcast, it’s gonna be amazing. That was Coca-Cola’s playbook. It, it, the story broke a couple weeks ago.

Jordan Tristan Walker (13:01):

Well, you’re not supposed to do game function research of the viruses. Like Yeah, exactly. Not, but you do like these,

Sevan Matossian (13:07):

Like Coke was canceling people calling them racist. If you, if you said anything bad about sugar or coke. Sounds familiar, right? Yeah. Oh, here we go. No, okay, here we go.

Jordan Tristan Walker (13:22):

Selected directional mutations to try to see if make more code. Yeah. So there, there is research. I’m going about that. I don’t know how that’s gonna work. There not be more outbreaks to take Jesus first.

Dr. Robert Malone (13:32):

The gentleman seems to have absolutely no moral compass at all

Jordan Tristan Walker (13:38):

For all government officials. It’s pretty good for the industry to be honest. Yeah. Yeah. <laugh>, it’s bad for everyone else in America. Why is it bad for everybody else? Because if the regulators who, if they prove out drugs, know that once they shop regulator, they wanna go work for the company, they’re not gonna be as hard for company. You know, their job

Sevan Matossian (13:55):

Regulators who work for the company, it’s good for them, but bad for their rest of America.


Oh my goodness. Hey, the thing is that this isn’t an isolated incident. It’s not like something we didn’t know that there’s, there’s so much content out there like this. It’s a never ending stream. It feels like it doesn’t even matter. It feels like no one cares. That account, only that account has a million followers while the rock has 240 million. You know? Um, it, it’s, it’s never ending. So I don’t know, but I love it when I see stuff like this and I’m crazy, crazy impressed by Project Veritas. That guy is a beast. It’s a never ending flow.


No, I I I wish it was. Yeah, I know. That’s how I feel too. Right? God bless Project Veritas. Like when people are like that, that guy’s a national treasurer, you know, usually it’s like, you’re like, no, he is not. But that guy is a national treasure. That’s real journalism. Yeah. It’s, it’s, it’s so good. Hey, and, and, and, and the fact that Pfizer is reacting and they turned off their, the comments on their, uh, Instagram account, I don’t even think that’s their big story. I think they have another big story that’s gonna break any day now also that they’re like saying is gonna like, be their biggest one yet. So, um, uh, skate park is, is, uh, the most special thing about the skate park here in Truckee is that it’s empty. There’s no one there. It’s, uh, I don’t know how big the place is. I’d say a hundred thousand square feet. It’s a trampoline park, but not like your traditional champ trampoline park. Like one of those cool commercial ones. This one’s like specific for like, looks like CTO, sole stuff.


And they have stuff there that like, um, you know, those guys, you see, I don’t know where, where you see them, but on the internet or on Instagram, and they’re jumping on the trampolines and then they walk up the wall to a ledge. It’s like stuff like that. And then they have, um, six, six or seven ramps called mega ramps of different heights. And you go down those at different speeds, and then you launch into a foam pit. And, uh, you, I, I don’t know what the rules are, but I’ve seen people slide down on their butt. I’ve seen bicycles, scooters, uh, skateboards. And then there’s a bowl there, um, and there’s a bowl there that’s just a, uh, you know, just like a regular skate park, like a really nice skate park. And then upstairs there’s a bar, not a good bar. It doesn’t have like, um, it just, it’s like beer.


I don’t even drink beer. And, uh, and that’s it. But it, it’s mi it’s missing so many things. Like, it’s, it’s cool. It’s cool. It’s cool. I, I don’t wanna, I I’m the verdict’s still out. It’s cool. I’m glad we’re here. I won’t be like eager to come back to this, uh, specific place. Um, the, the, the, the people there, I’d give a, who worked there, I’d give a c It’s just no, no white claw either. I didn’t see any white claw. I looked, uh, and, but, uh, the, but at Boreal, the ski resort where there, we had a, the kids took a ski lesson. They learned how to ski. The, both the ski instructors there were really cool. Uh, we, we screwed it up. We signed up on the wrong date. So we got there yesterday and the guy’s like, Hey, your lesson’s not for two days, but they accommodated, uh, accommodated us anyway.


They had the guy who was like the management guy, you know, come out of his office and sued up and teach my kids. And he was cool as shit. And my kids learned how to ski. I like right before my eyes in one hour started ’em like, with no lift, then the carpet, and then took ’em up on the big lift and I washed ’em ski down. I, I do think I saved my kids’ life though. Yesterday he was bombing down one of the, uh, bunny runs, and it looked like he was gonna launch into a tree. And I grabbed his arm with my bad arm, I felt to get hurt again. But I grabbed him by his arm really quick and snagged him, actually forced him to crash. All of our institutions are corrupt. Yeah, I’m okay with a little corruption, but, uh, you know, there, there’s a, there’s a difference between, um, I don’t know.


I don’t know what the metaphor is here. There’s, there’s, there’s a difference between, um, you know, you’re staying in a hotel room and you look out your window and you see someone changing in the building next to you. Like, like one time I stayed in this hotel room in Seattle at the, uh, four seasons and in the hotel across from you or apartment buildings behind me, there was this guy, he looked like he was maybe 60 and he was undressing like this 30 year old woman right in front of the window. And then they had sex on the bed. And I could just see it. And like, I didn’t close my blinds, I just pulled up a chair and watched, you know. And, uh, that’s different than, um, go going over there and looking through a door in the crack. And then, and then, and then that’s also different from like, uh, going, paying two people to have sex.


And then that’s different from, uh, raping someone. Like there’s levels, you know, uh, there’s levels to the, um, there’s, there’s levels to it. You, you, there’s a difference between your walking and the, the parking lot of the ski resort. And you find a glove on the ground and you pick it up, and maybe you set it on the hood of a car that you walk by and, or it’s, maybe it’s a P gloves. And then you come back, you know, at the end of the day, 12 hours later, and the gloves are still there, and then you take them versus the first time you see the gloves, you just take ’em for yourself. Like, they’re just levels to it. I, I, I had this friend, I think I told this story, really, really disappointed me. I had this friend, I, we, we were somewhere together. I can’t remember a skate park or something. And there were too many micro scooters there at the skate park that someone had left. Those things are like 150 bucks each. And, uh, we saw them and then the next day I came back and with my friend, and I’m like, oh, someone must have, uh, come back and got those scooters. And he is like, no, no, I came back here last night and got ’em.


Like, what do you mean you came back here last night and got ’em? Like, just leave those out until the person comes back. That’s it. Just leave. Just just leave ’em there. Uh, do you smoke a cigarette when they’re done? No. I, I didn’t. I always, uh, Brandon Waddell, I always leave the hotel blinds open. Uh, just so people like, it’s that, that’s like your way of like ex ex uh, experimenting with being a voyeur. No, not a voyeur, exhibitionist. I’m okay with it. I don’t do it. But it’s cool, it’s exciting for everyone else who might sneak a peek. My, um, my, when I, when my wife and I didn’t live together many, many years ago, she had this apartment and the neighbors were always getting at it. Just crazy sounds. And at first I thought it was cool, but it got old so quick. Got old so quick. A live 20 minutes ago, damn. Two times speed to catch up. That’s good. That’s fine.


Oh look, we got a new guy in the comments. I’ve never seen this guy. Brandon Leko. Brandon Leko. Am I pronouncing that right? Leko? Try having roommates. Yeah, I had roommates and all that shit. Housemates. Uh, I do want him do a public service announcement for you guys. Very important that you guys, uh, uh, recognize this. Uh, here we go. Let me see. Share screen. I wish you guys could see what I’m working with. What a mess. Okay. Uh, brace yourself. Here we go. See if I get the volume here. Stroke season is coming. You better get your shot. This

Rob Brown (21:51):

Is the sl between influenza, infection and stroke.

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj (21:56):

I didn’t know about this either until last year, but it turns out that after flu season, about three or four weeks later, there is a stroke season. And like you said, most of Canada is, uh, getting down off of a, of a big, uh, hump of, of flu. So now we’re starting to see more strokes. And a friend of, uh, one of my colleagues actually mentioned that,

Sevan Matossian (22:16):

Are you guys hearing this After flu season in Canada comes stroke season. This is real. I mean, not the, not the story. The idiots who believe this, they allow people to come on TV and say this. Here we

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj (22:30):

Go. And it worked the other day, said, have you noticed how many strokes we’re seeing? It’s a lot more than usual. It feels like. So anecdotally, we’re starting to see that. The good news is,

Sevan Matossian (22:39):

Anecdotally, we’re starting to see more strokes. I never knew until one of my colleagues told me that after flu season is stroke season. Oh my goodness,

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj (22:49):

That, uh, getting

Sevan Matossian (22:50):

Your, have you ever listen, I’ve been everywhere, Brian, everywhere. I’m the most traveled in seasoned and socially astute and, uh, ethnically, racially, uh, aware, experienced the person on the planet today. Thank you very much. Have a nose, hair. I can feel it. And then everywhere, the most socially conscious person that’s ever walked the planet. That’s it. End of story. Okay, here we go. Back to stroke season. Bring

Dr. Raj Bhardwaj (23:23):

Your flu, reduces your risk of stroke. According to a study from the University of Calgary right here back in November.

Rob Brown (23:30):

Tell us more about us. So what is this link between influenza?

Sevan Matossian (23:34):

Unbelievable. Dude, that’s the news in Canada. It’s stroke season. Uh, sema I did. So I failed. Uh, yesterday I was, I was like, you know what, I’m just gonna snot eat tomorrow. And, um, I’ll see what it does to my mucus. And, uh, at, I don’t know what time it was, but, so in the morning we go skiing. That’s why I’m starting the show so early. And when I say we go skiing, like I just stand there. Although I might go skiing today and my kids ski. Uh, so then after skiing, we went to a hamburger place. Um, and, uh, I, I broke and I ate a, I ate a double cheeseburger and within 10 minutes all my boogers came back. So there’s that. Anyway, everyone be careful. Uh, stroke season, especially if you live in Canada, comes directly after. I wish Susan could have seen that crazy dude. Hey, there’s people who believe that, oh man, it’s too bad. Hunter’s not here. I found a new sport for Hunter. Oh, you guys are gonna like this. I wonder if I’m gonna get in trouble for showing this, uh, step on. I just met a new girl. I am hoping stroke seizing is coming. Fair enough. I I, I feel you. I feel you. Uh, savon, uh, you just bring a light and plastic sled. <laugh> <laugh>.


Make me, you make me sound like I’m retarded. Like I should be drooling. Also, it’s the dairy. I don’t know. I don’t know. I get boogers if I eat anything when I open mouth, kiss my wife, I get boogers. I just, uh, yeah, that’s, that’s a great question. Does Hallmark have happy stroke season cards? Great question. So Kenneth, um, if you, and it’s not cheap here either, so it’s $54 to use the skate park and the trampoline park, and you only get to use them for two hours. So you gotta use ’em like one hour each. They’re not enforcing any of that right now because there’s so few people there and they’re just letting it just roll.


Is Mr. Hiro Hicock showing up or is he a no show? Who knows? Fuck that dude. Mr. McIntyre. Holier than thou. I hope he shows. No one wants to come on at 6:00 AM This is, this is, this is why. This is why the show is gonna succeed. And I’m gonna leave Pete, Patty, myself on the back the whole way. Not he’s going to succeed. It has succeeded by the way. Um, and I, and because of us. But um, cuz I do this. Oh, Savon, why don’t you just take a break? Why don’t you go fuck yourself? Why don’t you go take a break? Do you know how good I feel after the show? Uh, paper Streete coffee. Gabe speaks up finally a voice of reason. This is the best time, Mr. David, you’re not late. I am early and I apologize. We will get back on track soon to our regular 7:00 AM shows until then. Uh, I think we’re gonna, I I I think this is gonna get us in trouble, but sometimes we just have to do what we have to do. So this slap league thing is underway. I, I, I don’t know how I feel about this thing. Uh, let me see what the, this thing is just nuts. If you guys haven’t seen this brace yourself. This is crazy.


Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Before, uh, Chris Birchfield, did you see the article about Dr. Fatima, uh, Stanford? She’s one of Biden’s new health czars. She believes obesity cannot be cured with a healthy diet and exercise because she believes it’s genetic. So I, I know you guys know this already, uh, but it’s a just ano, it’s more just word fuckery. It’s the same thing with gender and sex. And it’s all the things now that they’re going to change the meaning of obese. You are now not going to be obese, but you have obesity. Watch this trick there about the pool. We’re gonna see it happen in real time. You’re gonna get to see, it’s gonna be like, you know, you have type two diabetes, you have cancer, you have a giant nose, you have a huge caul. It’s now gonna be, you have obesity. Watch this trick. And words don’t matter. Se it’s not like that. No. It, it’s it with no poetic license and no hyperbole. There’s only magic going on here. The, the lowest forms of us humans, which is 99% of us. Uh, we just, we’re just tricked by words. We don’t even know it. I even tell people and they still don’t know it.


I don’t know if the UFC bought it, but I know Dan well, well, Dana, somehow I think, I don’t know if they bought it or they made it, but, but it’s great. But it’s, it’s, this shit is crazy. Brace yourself. Here we go.

Unknown (28:44):

There’s audio.

Sevan Matossian (28:45):

I can’t hear audio. Can

Unknown (28:46):


Sevan Matossian (28:52):

Oh yeah, there’s audio. So someone, someone, some judge said fair. So the chick got slapped and then someone said, fair meaning, I guess that there’s some sort of rules on like, which part of your hand has to hit the face or something. Yeah. I I, right. Is it dumb? Okay. I’m willing to be told what I’m seeing here. I’m, this is, uh, I’m, I’m open. This, this is one of those things where I need help.

Unknown (29:17):

Got some good.

Sevan Matossian (29:20):

Yeah, they’re, they’re, they’re like, ah, she’s got a great chin. I don’t think Dana likes what cities. Oh, isn’t it ironic? Wow. I never even thought of it. Dana’s sitting there watching women slap each other. <laugh>. I like Dana. I can’t pick on Dana, but it’s weird. But it’s, there is some comedy there for sure.

Unknown (29:40):

Here we go. Good. Good. Two. And

Sevan Matossian (29:46):

Oh, one of the rules is you can’t flinch. So you’re not allowed to flinch

Unknown (29:51):

No. With your right hand. Okay. And your feet square. Two right hand.

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