#779 – Hiller went to Texas & chilled w/ the Liver King | Live Call In

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Here, here’s the part that I, um, I, I like it. That she signed with Snicker Bar. Bam. We’re live.

Andrew Hiller (00:08):

Can you go deeper on

Sevan Matossian (00:10):

That? Yeah. Well, I’ll just tell you why. I mean, two reasons. I’m, I’m, I’m my two immediate reasons when I see that she signed up for Snicker Bar that, uh, Brook well signed with Snicker Bar that make me really happy is, um, money for Her.

Andrew Hiller (00:26):


Sevan Matossian (00:26):

Right. Good. Good. And, uh, and to let people know that like, yes, the CrossFit Games is not CrossFit. Like the worst thing that you could probably, like, the worst thing you could probably do, um, if you’re a true CrossFitter, is eat processed food. And I, and I know, I know, uh, most of us do it. I’m guilty of eating processed food. And when I mean processed food, I mean like, I mean, ultra processed food. Am I talking about like a Hamburg, when you buy hamburger meat and it’s wrapped in the package that’s also been processed also, but Ultra Processed Foods, snicker Bar, I mean, like that, that’s like the fucking worst thing you could fucking possibly do. And the games is out of that scope. The games is totally, the games are, um, the, uh,

Andrew Hiller (01:13):

Is that along the lines of Monster as well? You kind of say whatever, let ’em be the sponsor of the games, or is that incorrect on your end?

Sevan Matossian (01:21):

In a perfect world, I wish to CrossFit was so pure did that, it could just keep away from all that stuff. Here’s the thing I would wanna know. I want, here’s the thing I wanna know from Aose. Can she say whatever she wants? Or did they buy her mouth? Like, we know LeBron J we like anyone who believes anything LeBron James says is, is batshit crazy. Zero. The o it makes more sense that LeBron James would wanna line little black boys up and put a gun to their head and shoot them all. Then he would to save them. Like, if you just looked at the Logic, logic, logic,

Andrew Hiller (01:52):

Logic. Here’s, here’s your Brooke Wells protein bar.

Sevan Matossian (01:56):

Yeah. I mean, dude, like, I’m a fucking pig and I would not eat that. I I don’t eat snicker bars. I just would, I just don’t do it. Theater.

Andrew Hiller (02:03):

It had a protein bar for a while that I ate when I was in college. And then,

Sevan Matossian (02:07):

Oh, I ate a thousand protein bars as a kid. Right.

Andrew Hiller (02:11):

Are there, are there any of that you eat these days or no?

Sevan Matossian (02:14):

Uh, a protein bar?

Andrew Hiller (02:16):

Yeah. Anything.

Sevan Matossian (02:18):

Yeah. I eat, there’s processed, there’s processed. No, there’s processed foods. I’ll take a bite of like, I’m Gil like, uh, I was at, uh, Woodward yesterday and there was absolute garbage to eat here at Boreal. I mean, Gar, it’s just poison for your kids. It’s all the worst shit, like stuff like Cheetos. Right. So I went up and down every aisle of their completely disgusting cafeteria. Like, like Seven Elevens a good cafeteria. It’s clean. They have hot dogs. The condiments are nice. They got all the creams in one spot. The cups are organized. These, this ski resort is like, the only cool thing are the Brazilians who work there. They’re, they’re cool as shit. They’re accents and shit,

Andrew Hiller (02:58):

And they smile. Ski resort are cool. Okay. But, um, you go yesterday, did you fall?

Sevan Matossian (03:03):

I didn’t ski actually. I’m gonna ski today though.

Andrew Hiller (03:05):

But So you were, you go ski?

Sevan Matossian (03:07):

I am. I’m gonna ski today. But, um, uh, so I got my kids at Cliff Bar. Okay. And it’s full of sugar and all sorts of shit, and it’s processed, but they skied for three hours and then went straight to the skate park and they skated for three hours. Got And, and I’m, and like, yeah, they need some sugar, they need some, they need some food. And, you know, and I had brought a bunch of like nuts and shit like that dried fruit, but they ended up with a cliff bar. So, so, so I’m guilt, I’m guilty of it. But to have Brooke Wells who’s a games athlete pushing a snicker bar, like it’s, um,

Andrew Hiller (03:37):

It’s not a sticker bar, it’s a protein bar.

Sevan Matossian (03:40):

Oh dude. It’s a $45 billion company that sells poison. That kills people. That’s probably, I I bet you, uh, I bet you I’m, I’m just making this up, but I bet you Mars or whoever owns them is responsible for 5% of the deaths more, more deaths every year than, um, COVID by far. You know what I was thinking about the other day actually, I heard Greg say something like this. It was, it was, it was such simple math the way he said it. I go, dude, you gotta come on my podcast and, and say this. So let’s say 3 million pe I’m just making this up. Let’s say 3 million people die every year. Right. And in the United States, I think it’s 2.6, but let’s say 3 million people die every year in the United States. They just expire for whatever reason. But we know 80% of those people who die, die from chronic disease. Right?

Andrew Hiller (04:26):


Sevan Matossian (04:27):

And, and so that’s, uh, 800,000 times three. That’s 2.4 million of the 3 million people who die, die from chronic disease. That means when co when Covid came <laugh>, it sh the number should, and it was like that means the number should have gone up to like 4 million people. And because it didn’t Right there, you have a problem. You just have, you just have a, you just have a mathematical problem.

Andrew Hiller (04:52):

You have a mathematical problem because you know that the, the number hadn’t increased.

Sevan Matossian (04:56):

Yeah. Someone’s lying. Either people aren’t dying from chronic disease or they’re not dying. Well, you know, it’s that they weren’t dying from Covid, they were dying with Covid. I mean, you just know that because it’s been consistent. It’s just we live with such morons. Did you see what Project Veritas did yesterday?

Andrew Hiller (05:10):


Sevan Matossian (05:11):

Do you know who that is? Project Veritas.

Andrew Hiller (05:13):

I’ve heard you say it, but that’s about, I’ll, I’ll probably connect it once you tell me what it is, but,

Sevan Matossian (05:17):

Uh, oh bro, I gotta show this to you. Hey, I’m looking at your YouTube page. Did you really think that that video with, um, Adrian sucked? I haven’t watched the video.

Andrew Hiller (05:24):

No. No. Let’s, you gotta watch it. That’s why. Okay

Sevan Matossian (05:27):

Man. Cuz that’s a, I I enjoyed that video.

Andrew Hiller (05:30):

I did too. But the, the entire video is basically me giving CrossFit a hard time because it’s their best content in years. And they didn’t create it.

Sevan Matossian (05:37):

Yeah, they didn’t make it. I know. Isn’t that

Andrew Hiller (05:39):

Awesome? And so, so No, the video’s great. And the, are you kidding me? Was you guys didn’t even make this fucking thing <laugh>? Yeah. That, that’s what that was all about.

Sevan Matossian (05:49):

Hey, did you get it at the end? Like, it took me a second to get it and I was thinking most people wouldn’t get it.

Andrew Hiller (05:55):

Which part?

Sevan Matossian (05:56):


Andrew Hiller (05:56):

The, the wooki looking thing. The bear.

Sevan Matossian (05:58):

Yeah. Yeah. Did you get, I dunno if I want to ruin it for people, but you like the Sasquatch is a wa that they’re a Washington. They’re based in Washington. Uh,

Andrew Hiller (06:07):

I do not, I did not get that, no.

Sevan Matossian (06:08):

Okay, okay. Because I told her, I said, Hey, I don’t think most people are gonna get that joke. What’d

Andrew Hiller (06:12):

She say? She thought they would?

Sevan Matossian (06:14):

No, she said she basically didn’t give a fuck it be, it’s for her community. The people at Street Parking will get it because it’s for, and I was like, yep. Well, I, that’s the best answer you could ever given. Yeah.

Andrew Hiller (06:23):

I, I had no freaking idea.

Sevan Matossian (06:24):

Yeah. That’s like an inside joke with their, you know, 40,000 members. But I got it cuz I, because I talk about Bigfoot every once in a while.

Andrew Hiller (06:30):

It’s like that so, so, so hardell. It’s cl you say click bait, but is there any part of the video that doesn’t align with the things that I said? <laugh>. Oh, wrong button.

Sevan Matossian (06:42):

Oh, but that’s good. Oh, you’re working the backend today. I really like you.

Andrew Hiller (06:45):

I, I, I brought the Snickers thing. I like the look of the comments. I try.

Sevan Matossian (06:49):

Yeah, you’re doing good.

Andrew Hiller (06:50):

I just don’t wanna overstep. I don’t wanna pull up something. You’re like, get that thing off the fucking screen, bro. That Snickers bar, that candy bar off of my

Sevan Matossian (06:58):

Uhoh. Oh, I’m so glad Hiller froze. Not me. Whose connection’s worse? Mine are hillers cuz he froze and I’m in some cabin.

Andrew Hiller (07:07):

Am I back?

Sevan Matossian (07:08):

Yeah, you’re back.

Andrew Hiller (07:09):

That’s never happened before. I just upgraded my internet. What the fuck? <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (07:14):

I want my money back. Cool. And and you have a, you have the wor uh, I was the worst gym owner. You have a do not sign up for the 2023 CrossFit open.

Andrew Hiller (07:23):

Well, that one would also be considered click bait because I end up saying do sign up and I give all of my reasons why

Sevan Matossian (07:31):

I tried people in did a hedge. You tried to suck people. What? I

Andrew Hiller (07:35):

Tried to suck people into the video. Oh.

Sevan Matossian (07:37):

As opposed to suck them off. Uh, head judge screams at my wife.

Andrew Hiller (07:41):

That is also entirely true. And not click bait. It happened. It’s nuts.

Sevan Matossian (07:46):

It’s bad. Do you have it on video?

Andrew Hiller (07:48):

Oh yeah. I got a couple different angles of it. Wow. It was during the three rep overhead squad at Waip Polooza. So there’s two attempts at that. And during her second attempt, she unres it. You can see that the first overhead squat is the depth. At least you can see from the sky cam. It’s like, yeah, that’s good. And when I’m walking on my GoPro, someone gets in the way at the exact time where she would be hitting depth, the head judge turns and comes right up over her and she’s going into her second lift and just starts screaming lower as she’s descending into the squad. Like, oh,

Sevan Matossian (08:21):


Andrew Hiller (08:21):

Like a freaking statue. Like a gargo. And it’s like, how in the fuck are you supposed to concentrate when someones screaming at you to go lower before you’ve even gotten like this? The squad had barely even started yet.

Sevan Matossian (08:33):

Is it the chicken, the white shirt?

Andrew Hiller (08:35):

I don’t remember the, the color. Here.

Sevan Matossian (08:37):

Here I’ll pull it up. I’ll pull it up. Hey, um, maybe that, isn’t there like an excuse there though, Hillary? Like it could be because it was, um,

Andrew Hiller (08:44):


Sevan Matossian (08:45):

It was noisy. Cause it’s so noisy there.

Andrew Hiller (08:47):

So people will get this all fucked up and say Hillary’s just defending his freaking fiance here. And yeah,


I like it. I’m not, and you can take it that way, but in my head I look at it, yeah, it’s the chicken, the white shirt. Look it. She’s running around. She’s doing it to everybody. She’s screaming at the chicken, the blue. And she hasn’t watch. She’s screaming and she barely even started. And while I see it and I go, yeah, she probably needs to go lower. Looking at that angle, looking at the other angle. I’ve got you make her do a fourth rep. If it’s a three rip overhead squat and this one doesn’t end up counting, look at this shit. It’s terrible. Just screaming. You can see her mouth like moving.

Sevan Matossian (09:24):

That looked like my wife’s hair that came in front of your camera. That was a red head.

Andrew Hiller (09:29):

Was she there?

Sevan Matossian (09:30):

Look how big Alexis’s boobs look in that shot.

Andrew Hiller (09:32):

Yeah, they’re huge. They’re awesome.

Sevan Matossian (09:35):

Hey, um, uh, but maybe she has to yell because, um, because it’s so noisy.

Andrew Hiller (09:43):

Well, no, in a perfect world, you just say nothing and say, do another rep. No rep. And then Alexis is like, well, I probably didn’t go low enough. You just do a fourth overhead squat. That’s the, that’s the punishment you get. You don’t,

Sevan Matossian (09:55):

Did Alexis hear her

Andrew Hiller (09:56):

Lyft? There’s, you could hear her on the camera. If you play that video from the, the, the one far, far away, you could hear the ah,

Sevan Matossian (10:06):

Hey, does Alexis hear? Does Alexis, did Alexis hear?

Andrew Hiller (10:09):

Oh, <laugh>, that’s she hear. That’s why she says she dropped it. And then of course I’ll come back at her like, well, you should be, you’re in a competition. You should be ready for something like that. <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (10:20):

And I guess now you could yell at her to, to help her train for that. You could yell at her. Yeah. And throw dirt on

Andrew Hiller (10:26):

Her. Throw dirt on her in the middle of her burpees.

Sevan Matossian (10:30):

I’m digging your thumbnails.

Andrew Hiller (10:33):

Graham ass annoyed when the judges don’t do their job and then annoyed when they’d do it. Hey, I am annoyed at the way that it was done.

Sevan Matossian (10:40):

I have to show you something. You’re gonna trip

Andrew Hiller (10:43):

<laugh>. Nobody will ever be good enough for Hillary. I’m convinced. Well, here’s the thing is I went and I did it at the Zelos games and

Sevan Matossian (10:49):

I went, oh, when, when you, when you answer the comments, will you bring them up just in case of if, because some people listen to the show. Cool. There

Andrew Hiller (10:55):

It is. Nobody will ever be good enough for Hillary. I’m convinced Philip Kelly. The only reason that I felt as if I had any justification in putting any of this out was because as I was at the Zelos games, there wasn’t a part of me that felt as if I should go up to the athlete and start demeaning their movement or saying what they should be doing as they’re doing it. I win, I address the judge. So I’d go up to the judge and I’d give ’em a tap and I’d go tell them to go lower right now. Or I’d say they’re not hitting the wall ball target. Or I said they’re not locking out their elbows. But never would I go up to the athlete, especially in an event like that, and deter their attention from what it is they’re doing.

Sevan Matossian (11:31):

That looked like some sort of head judge too, right? That wa like the hat on backwards. It did, it did. Walking around handling business.

Andrew Hiller (11:38):

There goes savon defending me the judge again.

Sevan Matossian (11:40):

That’s right.

Andrew Hiller (11:42):

<laugh>. You’re a good dude.

Sevan Matossian (11:45):

I know. I I’m sure it was really loud there. I know. It had to have been really loud there. I I don’t know what the protocol is for judges, but it had to have been crazy loud there. And, and, and we had, we had a camera down. We had, uh, Heidi in the, in the audience. I mean, we know it was loud there cause we had Heidi in the audience and we had su off to the side. And <laugh>, I’ve seen some footage of, um, from, uh, Brian spin from the barbell spin.

Andrew Hiller (12:08):

Yeah. It was rather loud. But again, head judge, go talk to judge of athlete, not scream at athlete, in my opinion.

Sevan Matossian (12:20):

You were, you were, um, in Texas.

Andrew Hiller (12:24):


Sevan Matossian (12:24):

And you met with, I got back and you met with, uh, Brian.

Andrew Hiller (12:27):

I met Brian Johnson. I met the liver king.

Sevan Matossian (12:30):

And but that’s why you went there. You didn’t go, you didn’t just run into him. You went there.

Andrew Hiller (12:34):

I went there to go and meet Brian Johnson and his team. Correct. Wow. That dude. He’s so cool.

Sevan Matossian (12:43):

Hi, I wanna offer promotion of your channel. Viewers followers, view chatbots. The price is lower than any competitor. The quality is Gar <laugh>. Does that, does that actually work? You spam my chat and you think I’m gonna buy something from you. Se how was Boz when he was the head judge of the games, uh, strict?

Andrew Hiller (13:06):

Did he ever scream at an athlete?

Sevan Matossian (13:08):

No, I, that’s not his style. I, well, I don’t know if he never did, but I never saw it.

Andrew Hiller (13:12):

Well, tell me that. He’s like one of the, if not the pinnacle of head judges. And if it’s not his style, isn’t it just not the style?

Sevan Matossian (13:21):

Yeah. I, I’m trying to think. I never heard, I can’t remember ever hearing any judge yell. Like I never heard, um, Todd or Chuck or Adrian, or not even Dave. I’ve never seen,

Andrew Hiller (13:34):

Yeah, I’ve never seen a head judge screaming at an athlete like that. If one, number one, like here, here’s, here’s how this goes. There’s athlete, there’s judge, there’s a head judge. If the head judge goes directly at the judge, the ath or no, sorry, if the head judge goes directly at the athlete, all of a sudden you cut this person out and then they feel as if they’re not doing their job. They might overcompensate, they might o undercompensated. But in either way, there’s a world where you’re saying they’re not adequate

Sevan Matossian (14:02):

<laugh>. Right, right.

Andrew Hiller (14:03):

You’re just overstepping them. It’d be, I’m sure you can have examples of this in your kids too. It’s like, are you going to teach ’em how to do something or you’re gonna do it for ’em?

Sevan Matossian (14:11):

Yeah. Yellings usually not the best thing. I just, here’s what I figure, I figure if you are an athlete and you’re not, and you need to do something to fix what you’re doing, well, here’s the example I give. I’m running towards the edge of a cliff and I’m about to run off and someone screams at me, Hey, you fucking midget Armenian, stop running. And if I’m upset with the way that they, um, uh, addressed me, I have a big problem. Because the real issue is that they just saved my life from running off the edge of a cliff. So I need to shut the fuck up and quit being a woke pussy. And so if you’re competing at the, at an event and a judge yells at you, you need to go deeper. My thought is super high. Emotional IQ would be like, thank you. Just saying Go ahead. What you got in the comments, motherfucker?

Andrew Hiller (15:04):

I’m thinking I’m,

Sevan Matossian (15:05):

I’m not saying, I’m not saying it’s, I’m not saying it’s, I what logic

Andrew Hiller (15:08):

Is infallible? I’m like heart. I got, I’m not saying damn, that’s good. I’m

Sevan Matossian (15:12):

Not saying I, maybe it’s just because I’m so selfish and I just pick out the good shit for and, and, and, and, uh, the, I mean,

Andrew Hiller (15:19):

I can’t, I can’t argue with that too much.

Sevan Matossian (15:22):

I don’t know if at all. So

Andrew Hiller (15:24):

I I just don’t think it’s good. Well, the only way that I can come at you with that is you have a head judge and, and athlete in the middle, and every athlete likely deserves a little bit of that screaming. Then you can’t do that. At which point, that’s why you tell your team what the standard is and they can all do it. Just no rep

Sevan Matossian (15:43):

’em. Yeah. And, and if, and, and if you are that judge that does that, maybe you tell, you could tell people, Hey, I’ll be going around yelling at you guys, uh, giving you guys a courtesy yell if you don’t go deep enough. Like you could say that. Or, or let’s say, let’s say that was Bo’s thing and we just knew that he had been yelling at people for 15 years, then we would just accept it.

Andrew Hiller (16:01):


Sevan Matossian (16:02):

But they do do this fucking thing, that thing with the arms, that to me that’s like, that’s intense. That’s like when someone rolls their eyes at you. <laugh>, if I was an athlete and I saw that, I’d be like, I started like twitching

Andrew Hiller (16:14):

And shit. Squatting the judges rolls their eyes at you. You’re like, oh, fuck.

Sevan Matossian (16:18):

Yeah. Like the no rep sign is fucking brutal.

Andrew Hiller (16:22):

Um, if I were in Alexis’s position, yeah. I would just want the no rep. And it’s like, all right, well fuck, I didn’t go low enough. I gotta go lower on the next one and now I gotta do two or three more squats because I didn’t do it on that one. That’s how I envisioned that having it should have been played out then. That’s all

Sevan Matossian (16:40):

This is. This is a little, this is a little, um,

Andrew Hiller (16:42):

Or rest is worse than three sucks.

Sevan Matossian (16:44):

Off subject, off subject here. But look, look at, um, Olympic weightlifters, like they’re doing snatches on the platform, right. And they don’t want anyone like walking in front of ’em when they do the snatch. Right. And yet in in basketball, they got the whole fucking, you’re trying to shoot three free throws in the whole, there’s no curtains like opposite behind the Yeah. Everybody’s trying to fuck you up. Yeah. Right. It’s like I’m more for the basketballs. I I like the more of the basketball thing. Deal with it.

Andrew Hiller (17:09):

Yeah. But that’s not the, it’s like the fucking referee stand there yelling

Sevan Matossian (17:13):

LeBron. Right, right. No, fuck

Andrew Hiller (17:15):


Sevan Matossian (17:16):

Right. Right. Is he right? Is it the referee? You supposed to be doing that or the fans. You’re right. Yeah. It’s a good point. Yeah, it’s a great point.

Andrew Hiller (17:23):


Sevan Matossian (17:23):

You oks fine if someone, have you ever seen

Andrew Hiller (17:25):

Basketball that movie basketball? That’s exactly what we were talking about. Like the the, the opposing team just stands there and they’ll like stick their butt hole in their face while they’re shooting their shots. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (17:35):


Andrew Hiller (17:35):

Like it. Oh my god. It’s funny.

Sevan Matossian (17:37):

Is that a Will Ferrell movie or something?

Andrew Hiller (17:39):

I don’t know who’s in it. And it’s not good. It’s a really shitty movie. But there’s these, these two dudes who are really good at shooting the basketball, like playing horse. Yeah. And they’ll say, Hey, I’ll take this shot. And then they make their entire game off of they can’t play basketball, they can shoot. So they just start fucking with one another and then it goes global <laugh>. And everyone’s like doing more and more outrageous shit to try to make ’em miss their shots.

Sevan Matossian (18:01):

Show your, show your cheerio. Listen for anyone. Also, you have to understand this, uh, this video, um, uh, the judge yelled at my wife. Hold on. Um, it has 10,000 views in four days. Uh, the big picture is, is Andrew wouldn’t have it any other way. And that he probably is gonna send a thank you note to that judge for giving him content. You have to understand the big picture at all times.

Andrew Hiller (18:28):

You got it

Sevan Matossian (18:29):

Right. They will probably get a can of C4 with a, like a, uh, Hiller has a stamp when he sends thank you letters. It’s like those kiss lips.

Andrew Hiller (18:37):

If if I get 20, you get a case, 20,000 views, you get a

Sevan Matossian (18:40):

Case. Yeah. And it says Hiller fit right on the lips. And it’s like a, that’s, that’s how you know you get a thank you for

Andrew Hiller (18:45):

Well, here’s the thing. It’s like, and just like you said, if you get yelled at for being saved, jumping off of a cliff, it, it’s just the way you wanna look at it, right? This judge can get upset, but also there’s a world where there’s a realization. It’s like, well, maybe I shouldn’t have screamed

Sevan Matossian (19:02):

And Right, right, right.

Andrew Hiller (19:03):

The future, perhaps this judge and every other judge goes, right, we don’t scream at athletes. We talk to judges and I don’t know if I’m fucking right, but it gives them the conversation to at least make that choice via,

Sevan Matossian (19:14):

Or they lean into it Hillary, and they start wearing, they get shirt printed. I’m the, I’m the screaming judge. Hey, there’s the judge at Rogue. It’s like, I’m the, I’m the, whoa, I don’t know what you call them. Uh, same, same different or something. The judge in lane five. Remember the judge in the middle, middle, middle? If you got the middle judge, you were fucked it rogue.

Andrew Hiller (19:34):

Damn. Like

Sevan Matossian (19:35):

We all knew it. That was kind of fun. In hindsight. That was really fun.

Andrew Hiller (19:38):

And to parallel those conversations, what I said in that one was that judge is there. Yeah. Every other judge needs to be as on their fucking game as that judge was the same way where there needs to now be 20 judges in 20 lanes all screaming at

Sevan Matossian (19:54):

Screaming. Yeah. Yeah.

Andrew Hiller (19:55):

It’s all about making it the same across the board. Yeah. And in this case, Alexis had the screamer that no Lane had the screamer. That’s no good

Sevan Matossian (20:03):

<laugh>. And we’ve also heard athletes say, Hey, I couldn’t hear my judge. It’s,

Andrew Hiller (20:05):

It’s no good. While it’s also good, it’s good to be like doing that sort of thing because there’s a certain thing you’re, you’re going for. How are you going about it?

Sevan Matossian (20:15):

Uh, uh, yeah, this is what we were talking about. Maybe they screamed because the music was so hot. I mean, dude, that, that, that event was, uh, a probably 3000 people smashed into a sitting area that was only meant to hold a thousand. It was so beautiful. It was so fucking cool. It was like a concert and then the athletes were on top of each other. I don’t know how cool that was. I, I mean, I liked watching it, but if I was one of those athletes or judges, it was some scary shit for a max lift. And, um, so it was cool. And, uh, yeah,

Andrew Hiller (20:47):

I just really

Sevan Matossian (20:48):

Like, is is Alexis a screamer? Jay Harder wants to

Andrew Hiller (20:51):

Know. She’s not <laugh>. Oh, <laugh>. I don’t think he asked that, but No,

Sevan Matossian (20:55):

No, he didn’t. I just didn’t. Dude,

Andrew Hiller (20:56):

I, I hate that. So screamer. Holy shit. That’s the worst. First of all, I’m like, Uhuh. No way. Not me. That, that ain’t from me. So hey,

Sevan Matossian (21:06):

I’m on. I can’t possibly be that good stuff.

Andrew Hiller (21:08):

That’s right. It, it makes you, all of a sudden it just detracts from where you’re at and you’re like, I’m no longer in the moment. This fucking sucks. <laugh>. I’m, and maybe I’m all fucked up. Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe it’s great.

Sevan Matossian (21:21):

Screamer is not bad one.

Andrew Hiller (21:22):

I I, however, yes. Hartman am a screamer. Screamer. I felt like being yelled over,

Sevan Matossian (21:27):

Scream screamer is a little excessive. God, there’s something I want to show. I wanna show you this Project Veritas thing. So basically I want to, this guy, he, so, so what subjects do we have over? So you went to Texas to meet with, uh, Brian Johnson, liver King and Project Veritas. Okay. We’ll try to talk about both these things. I,

Andrew Hiller (21:44):

This who, I didn’t meet these Veritas.

Sevan Matossian (21:46):

No, no, no, you didn’t. I’m, there’s two different stories going on. Oh, wait, shit. We have, this is, we have another Bianco again, if the Snicker, okay. How do you feel about if the Snickers protein bar gets at least some people to switch from a normal bar to a higher protein content, it’s beneficial for it to exist. I can’t, I don’t agree with that at all. Uh uh, but, but I see your point. Um, Hillary, what do you think about her signing with Snickers?

Andrew Hiller (22:12):

I think that a

Sevan Matossian (22:12):

CrossFit games athlete

Andrew Hiller (22:13):

Long until she switches from Snickers to another company that offers her some more money.

Sevan Matossian (22:19):

Okay. So what you’re saying is, is like, hey, just as long as you know that they’re all just sell, they’ll do anything for a dollar. Like none of it means anything. Be aware of that.

Andrew Hiller (22:27):

I had a couple of conversations, not maybe within the past week or so. You realize why it is they’re doing what they’re doing. Cuz otherwise they can’t do what they’re doing. So Brooke Wells is a CrossFit games athlete and she needs to live a lifestyle to do those things. And without companies maybe like Mars or that’s who owns Snickers, right. Given her to do so. Maybe she can’t. So you, you understand to an extent that, and, and I guess you could also parallel with what you just said about separating the CrossFit games from the CrossFit affiliates. That doesn’t really make it right, but it gives you a level of understanding. And I made a video on that recently too, where just once you Oh, the Alza once, like I made my top five issues video. Like, once you understand why the issues are there, you can understand and un maybe they’re also pos, it’d be great if some vegetable company was gonna give her a shitload of money, but they’re not <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (23:25):

Um, for those of you who, who, who have trouble like contextualizing things or who don’t, I I just, you have to understand that that’s a 45 billion company and that for all we know they own CrossFit and the affiliates are paying money every year to Mars. Like that’s not farfetched, that’s not conspiracy. That could all be going on. And no one would know. Don wouldn’t know. No one would know you. Um, I I, I remember looking at one time, Gatorade spent 300 million a year just on advertising. So just to, to be, uh, kind of with a little poetic licenser to be, um, Kechi, is that the word? Gatorade spent 300 million a year on billboards just to advertise their sh their sugar water. That’s horrible for you. And they had a drink, they had a drinking protocol that would actually kill you. If you looked at their drinking protocol from like two or three years ago. The amount of water that they told you to drink or Gatorade to drink, um, would actually call. Cause uh, encephalopathy. Encephalopathy, that’s brain swelling. That’s what happens when you drink too much water. Your brain starts to swell. And, uh, and people actually have died from that, from following, uh, drink, uh, water drinking protocols. And so for, for a snicker for Gatorade to think that Gatorade or Snickers, um, hasn’t bought CrossFit when we don’t know who the owner is, you’re crazy. I what a great, what a great thing to buy. What did you say?

Andrew Hiller (24:45):

I love hearing you say this stuff. Becau, even when I was just a listener of your show, I would hear you say this sort of stuff. You pulled that down. I

Sevan Matossian (24:52):

Wanna talk Oh, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry. Go ahead. Yes.

Andrew Hiller (24:56):


Sevan Matossian (24:56):

Look at that Hillary like putting a smack down on me on my own show. I love it.

Andrew Hiller (25:00):

Well, I, I, I want to talk about that a little bit, but I, I want to finish that thought, which was you say that stuff and I know you know some things and I always wonder if there’s more to the things that you’re saying than what you know, and I go, I wonder if he really knows who owns CrossFit. There’s never really

Sevan Matossian (25:14):


Andrew Hiller (25:14):

Wouldn’t that be great concreteness to it? Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (25:17):

<laugh>, like,

Andrew Hiller (25:17):

I’ll ask you later, but when I would watch

Sevan Matossian (25:20):

<laugh> right now, ask Chevon, does Koch really own CrossFit?

Andrew Hiller (25:23):

Who, who owns CrossFit? Does he know fucking, you know, he’s being all like abstract this whole

Sevan Matossian (25:27):

Here. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Andrew Hiller (25:30):

As far as sponsors go. And the my biggest issue and the reasons I’ve made the videos on Brooke well, is from sleeping from mattress company to mattress company and shit like that is she never said that she eats NICs bar and if Right.

Sevan Matossian (25:41):

And you don’t see her and you don’t see her yet. Well, and her, and she did in the writeups say she eats it. I think,

Andrew Hiller (25:45):

Well, like this is my Gatorade thing right here. Yeah. And every time I do a really hard workout, I’ll slug down a bunch of sugar and I’ve been doing that since I was fucking 16. Okay. If Gatorade goes, Andrew, we want to sponsor you, I’d be like, Hey guys, I’ve been doing this for almost 15 years. Same way Frazer. And the issue with Brooke is while she does need to make money, it’d be, in my opinion, better. And for, there’s people like the Bianco guy, the new Bianco Yeah. Who are saying stuff like, no way I would push that if I were Brooke. But what if you actually do it?

Sevan Matossian (26:17):

Right. Right, right. What

Andrew Hiller (26:19):

If it’s like your secret,

Sevan Matossian (26:20):


Andrew Hiller (26:22):


Sevan Matossian (26:22):

Hey, she does. She says here on the writeup, it’s

Andrew Hiller (26:25):

Kyle. I did not say Brook sleeps around.

Sevan Matossian (26:27):

Hey, listen, listen, listen. She does say on days I’m wanting some chocolate post-workout. I’m so glad I discovered the new Snickers. So, so although she doesn’t, oh, it helps me hit my protein goals while also satisfying my desire for chocolate. I mean, she doesn’t say explicitly sheets it, but it’s pretty damn close. Hey, here, how about this though? What, um, what about this Hiller? I didn’t never even thought this before. It, it would’ve been so much smarter, so much smarter for Snickers to just do what they did with Fraser.

Andrew Hiller (26:58):

What’s that? Nothing.

Sevan Matossian (27:00):

No. Pay him to say it without advertising it.

Andrew Hiller (27:03):

Are you sure they

Sevan Matossian (27:04):

Did that? No, I just made that up. Ah,

Andrew Hiller (27:05):

I just made that up

Sevan Matossian (27:06):

Them. Yeah. But, but listen, what if you had her, what if you had her walk out on the floor and take a bite of a Snickers bar as a like, here we know, like we see this and we know she’s just a fucking sellout. And I don’t mean that with any negative connotation I got, but but, but we know her mouth has been botched. She can’t, like, we, we can assume that she could never really tell the truth. She switches from one watch to another. Like she’s just doing, she’s sold out like, like all the other athletes, Serena Williams, like, they just don’t give a fuck about making money and, and keeping the lights on in their house is, is more important to them than, um, uh, being honest.

Andrew Hiller (27:43):

And you, he I was saying you can’t blame.

Sevan Matossian (27:47):

I’m not, I’m not hating on him for that. No, no.

Andrew Hiller (27:49):

On his part. I’m like, ah, I’m fucking,

Sevan Matossian (27:51):

Oh, dude.

Andrew Hiller (27:52):

I mean, that’s best policy homie,

Sevan Matossian (27:54):

Dude. Like, but like there’s, there’s millions of people out there doing that. Yeah. Saying’s right.

Andrew Hiller (27:59):

Okay, good.

Sevan Matossian (28:00):

But what if they would’ve just said, Hey, um, uh, we’re gonna give you, uh, uh, $300,000 and we just need like three, we just need you to get caught taking a bite of a snicker bars three different times publicly. Dude, it would be so much more powerful. I betcha Matt Fraser’s Snicker Bar leak sells way more than Brook

Andrew Hiller (28:19):

Wells’s. It’s like his beta leak overt how it’s sold out because he said he uses it. Yes. Unlike posting a fucking thing on it. This, if spiel were signed by Crumble Cookie. It’s brilliant. 10 zillion times better than Brook. Well, signing with the fucking, and like it’s a fucking cookie company. Yeah, but the bitch eats him.

Sevan Matossian (28:40):

<laugh>. He said it not me. And I think he means a bitch in an endearing way. The way, uh, just so you know, when I defend Hillary or get ahead of this, uh, he means in the daring way, the way rappers sit, I love my bitch.

Andrew Hiller (28:51):


Sevan Matossian (28:51):

It’s, she scratched that itch.

Andrew Hiller (28:52):

It’s a positive adjective. All right.

Sevan Matossian (28:55):

Uh, Alexa Kowalski, uh, behind, uh, I have a giant behind I want to tell you about. No, no. She says, uh, behind on this. I could hear my own judge telling me to get lower on the next one. Hey, does Hiller ever tell you to get lower? Um, it’s really not that loud. The bitch you screamed in my face was not necessary. And she, and then she does mean bitch in a negative way, by the way.

Andrew Hiller (29:15):

She does not, uh, <laugh> she does.

Sevan Matossian (29:18):

It is not in the friendly rap vernacular. Uh, uh, Alexa Kalsi continues. I will say 215 was too, he heavy. Even for my giant caboose. Uh, it, it, it, it, it, it wreaked havoc on my hi hip and shoulder. So it’s not the weight I should have attempted. I, they, they paraphrased a little

Andrew Hiller (29:35):

Bit. I know. I liked it. <laugh>. Thank you. She does have a giant caboose.

Sevan Matossian (29:40):

Yeah. Alright.

Andrew Hiller (29:41):

It’s awesome.

Sevan Matossian (29:42):

My, my, my giant tits and caboose could not handle the two 15.

Andrew Hiller (29:45):

God, she’s good looking.

Sevan Matossian (29:47):


Andrew Hiller (29:47):

Is. Thank you. I’ll tell her that

Sevan Matossian (29:50):

Too. She’s like, and she has skin like a, like a porcelain toilet. Perfect skin.

Andrew Hiller (29:53):

She takes a lot of, she takes great care of her skin every night. 30 fucking minutes.

Sevan Matossian (29:58):

Uh, okay.

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