#780 – The Morning Show | Live Call In

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

Morning burps. I dunno why it burps so much in the morning. Bam. We’re live. Oh, yes. I get, you know, for some, um, uhoh,

Mathew Souza (00:10):

Are you checked in your mic?

Sevan Matossian (00:12):

Uh, oh, my, this thing’s not even hooked up.

Mathew Souza (00:15):

Yeah, I was gonna say, you sound, all of a sudden you started sounding real echoy.

Sevan Matossian (00:20):

My, um,

Sevan Matossian (00:21):

I don’t even see the road

Sevan Matossian (00:22):

Caster as a choice.

Mathew Souza (00:24):


Sevan Matossian (00:28):

Tomorrow I’ll be back. Yeah. This microphone, I can’t even turn this. Uh oh. Great.

Mathew Souza (00:36):

What happened?

Sevan Matossian (00:37):

Here we go.

Mathew Souza (00:38):

It was fine. It was

Sevan Matossian (00:40):

Fine. I have no idea. Of course, soon as we go live <laugh> flashlight,

Mathew Souza (00:45):

I, I wish I would’ve caught it. It didn’t sound like that when we first chatted. I would’ve said something.

Sevan Matossian (00:52):

I can’t, I’ll have to reboot the whole thing. God damn it. I can’t even turn the road caster off. Oh yeah. Don’t unplug it. Okay,

Mathew Souza (01:05):

Here we go. Want me to just run the commercial perpetuity?

Sevan Matossian (01:07):

Did you hear something weird? No, just rebooted the roader. Did you, do you hear any weird popping sounds?

Mathew Souza (01:16):

I did. There was like, there’s Yeah. Something happened.

Sevan Matossian (01:19):

Yeah. Here we go.

Sevan Matossian (01:21):

How’s that better?

Mathew Souza (01:23):

There you go.

Sevan Matossian (01:24):


Sevan Matossian (01:24):

Yes. Better, right? Yeah.

Mathew Souza (01:25):

There you go. Much better.

Sevan Matossian (01:28):

Hi everybody. Bam. We’re live. No, bam, I guess. Good. No. Bam. Today, I guess. Good. Hey. Crazy. But, um, I’m on the road in this jack setup and, uh, the numbers are just no guests really. Unless you can’t Hunter and Hiller and, and we’re killing it.

Mathew Souza (01:43):

Yeah. People are, people are liking the, uh, calling shows numbers

Sevan Matossian (01:47):

Are off the chart. I I, I, I don’t know if the phone’s working, but we will find out, um, soon enough. Hey, um, I’m tripping on this thing. I saw, uh, Don Lemon and all these people, Stephen King and all these people tripping because of that. Um, books, they go into the schools, you know.

Mathew Souza (02:07):


Sevan Matossian (02:08):

Schools if, like, if your kid goes to a junior high, they don’t want books in there like that. Teach, um, the girls, the girls how to suck caulk or boys how to suck caulk.

Mathew Souza (02:18):

Right. Makes, makes sense. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (02:20):

Or oral copulation that stuff. They’re trying to, um, I I said caulk because I know on YouTube will ban it if I said the other word. Right. You think caulk, like I’m saying like c a l K. Is that not like the stuff you use like, you know, in your bathroom? Yeah. Not, I guess you use both of them in the bathroom. <laugh>, the stuff you used to in the corner of like the wall for grout. Like, like I, I’m not, I don’t do any man stuff. I don’t know what you use caulk for, but you

Sevan Matossian (02:47):

Use it. My flash.

Sevan Matossian (02:50):

Okay. But how are they worried about junior highs vetting books on that kind of stuff? But they, those same people aren’t worried about the vetting that’s been going on the internet. You know, every seventh grader can look up anything on their iPhone and now you’re worried. Um, oh. Oh, it’s a u l K. Okay. Trish uses qu caulk to seal. Um, my cracks my, uh, my floor in my, um, gym at home and my garage is all black. So it was so fun cuz I got to go to Home Depot and I used to, I got to be like, ed, do you have any black caulk <laugh>? I need, I need a lot of black caulk. Like, and my, it’s so funny cuz my kids would be say that not even knowing what they were saying, <laugh>, um, uh, uh, Jessica t uh, Savon, we love your guest, but, um, you don’t need them. We’re here for you. Tomorrow’s guest is so cool. I’m so excited to have Sarah back. I love Sarah.

Mathew Souza (03:46):


Sevan Matossian (03:47):

But how, how, uh, thank you Jessica. How I I don’t understand that thinking. So it, they think it’s worth saying on national news. Don Lemon, that’s the gay black guy thinks it’s okay. I I, I labeled him. I didn’t know he’s been on the show forever. Yeah. He, he thinks it’s wrong for elementary schools and junior highs to vet books, let’s say. Even they’re vetted wrong. Right?

Mathew Souza (04:13):


Sevan Matossian (04:14):

I don’t know. I don’t know what that looks like. But let’s say they don’t allow a book in there that shows that, um, I, I don’t know. Look, let’s say they, they, they vet a book in Florida that’s that disproves global warming or climate change and the, and the, and the CNN crowd’s like that. Look at they’re trying to sway the science or something. Dude, you realize everyone has a phone now. There is no, the only real censorship happens on the internet and you haven’t said shit about it in the last two years. You do realize in California, Gavin Newsom just signed a law that makes it illegal for doctors. I don’t know if illegal is the right word, but doctors can lose their license if they express their own opinion about, um, the flu and covid and shit like that. Mostly Covid. But if it’s covid mixed with the flu, they’re not allowed to, they have to read from what the state law policy is.

Mathew Souza (05:04):

That’s scary.

Sevan Matossian (05:05):

Yeah. That’s crazy scary. You can’t get a second opinion from a doctor. How, why do you care about censorship in our schools? Like, I, I wanna know, I wanna know why you care about that when everyone has a, um, a cellphone that they can look up anything.

Mathew Souza (05:21):

Yeah, that’s weird.

Sevan Matossian (05:24):

And, and, and you kicked me off of Instagram. How is, how does Trump get to come back to Instagram and Facebook? But I don’t,

Mathew Souza (05:31):

How were they not vetting books before

Sevan Matossian (05:33):

<laugh>? Great question. I

Mathew Souza (05:35):

Don’t understand that part. They’re like, now we’re gonna vet the books.

Sevan Matossian (05:39):

I I’m just, I’m so do these people not know how to think? Hey, the same thing I’ve been thinking about the gun control stuff. Dude, you have to realize it doesn’t matter. Let’s say 10,000 kids died tomorrow because of guns.

Mathew Souza (05:52):


Sevan Matossian (05:53):

That does not matter until you explain to me what the consequences are of getting rid of guns. If the consequences of getting rid of guns means that 1 million kids take a forced in injection from Pfizer, then I have to go with the 10,000 that got killed by guns. You’re not, you’re not telling me what the consequences are. That was, well, you didn’t tell me what the consequences were for the lockdown. You didn’t tell me what the consequences were if I didn’t get the injection. You didn’t tell me what the consequences were. If we forced all 8 billion people on the planet to get the injection, you just kept saying, um, that, oh, we can stop covid. You didn’t tell me what the balance, you didn’t tell me that the consequences, um, for wearing mask was gonna lead, lead to the largest speech impediment wave of speech, imp impediments, uh, the, the planet’s ever seen.

Mathew Souza (06:43):

Well, we don’t even know the full effect. Really. That’s gonna take like 10 years or more

Sevan Matossian (06:50):

If l l we have to have freedom of speech, by the way. Uh, a wise man once told me, the only gun you bring a uh, uh, the only debate you bring a gun to, the only debate you bring a gun to is the freedom of speech debate. And if you lose the debate, start using that gun, you cannot lose your freedom of speech. You cannot, you cannot.

Mathew Souza (07:09):

I think the whole, I mean you just called it gun control that already right off the top is like, doesn’t make sense. Right. Control what? Control the cell of guns control the, it’s like just, they just put that out gun control. But like you said, there’s not, there’s nothing to show what exactly that’ll help with.

Sevan Matossian (07:28):

How about that guy that hit, um, uh, Mr. Pelosi with the hammer?

Mathew Souza (07:34):

That’s crazy.

Sevan Matossian (07:35):

He, I guess he called into a TV station and alo and apologized. Did you see that?

Mathew Souza (07:40):

He called at a TV station and apologize.

Sevan Matossian (07:42):

Yeah, I guess, I guess from jail yesterday he called into a TV station and apologized for, for not like being more prepared, basically for not killing him.

Mathew Souza (07:52):


Sevan Matossian (07:53):

<laugh>. Yeah. It’s crazy. But, but I mean every that part’s, that part’s messed up. But everything else he’s, he got right. He basically said, Hey, I’m sorry to everyone out there. I was trying to stop tyranny. I should have been more prepared and basically worked them. Geez. What’s weird is why is Paul Pelosi holding a drink when the cops open the door?

Mathew Souza (08:11):

The whole thing’s bizarre. And then they’re both holding onto the hammer and does it in the video. I was trying to see if we could find one. He like opens the door for the cops and then like steps back inside

Sevan Matossian (08:25):

The, the, yeah. Well I think it’s, I think it’s cuz he had one hand on the hammer. If I’m, if I’m,

Mathew Souza (08:30):

It doesn’t matter if you got that door open, I’m letting go of the hammer and I’m stepping between that guy and the cops and letting the cops deal with him.

Sevan Matossian (08:38):

Right. Right, right.

Mathew Souza (08:39):

I mean, like, if you have the ability to open the door and the exit is right there and you’re being held against your will by some dude with the hammer, you let go of it and you’re run, you take the chance of maybe getting hit on the way out. But

Sevan Matossian (08:50):

The whole, um, Corey says, uh, um, what did Corey say something, or No, uh oh no. Fitness two. How the cops let him hit him with the hammer. Oh. But it happens fast.

Mathew Souza (09:02):

It does happen quick. If the cops just can’t enter the house. There has to be some sort of protocol there. And then as soon as he swung the hammer, they do, they run it. And

Sevan Matossian (09:10):

I’m telling you, Pelosi didn’t want to pay for a blowjob and that guy went and got a hammer. I don’t know. I’m starting to think because that guy called in that that guy really was a, um,

Mathew Souza (09:19):

Yeah, I don’t, I’m not buying that. He

Sevan Matossian (09:20):

Was like some sort of, he was like some sort of like, uh, Antifa freedom fight or something basically, I don’t know what you call them, but he basically wanted to stop. Uh, I mean, everyone knows how corrupt, um, that guy in and his wife are. And I think that guy just had one too many hits of acid and went over there to kill him. I, I I, but the part that, the fact that he’s holding a drink is just weird. I need that explained to me.

Mathew Souza (09:45):

Yeah. Do you wanna play the video at all or,

Sevan Matossian (09:48):

I don’t know. Do you guys wanna see it?

Mathew Souza (09:50):

They maybe they’ve already seen it. I could just fast forward it too. Please. But

Sevan Matossian (09:55):

I’ll tell you what if, um, he should have had a gun in his hand. Not a drink.

Mathew Souza (10:03):

Here we have it right here.

Sevan Matossian (10:07):

Oh, okay. Wow.

Mathew Souza (10:09):

So this is like right when the cops open the door.

Sevan Matossian (10:12):

So he’s, it looks like those are pajamas he’s wearing and underwear. That, that’s legit. That’s legit. 2:00 AM outfit. I prefer not to sleep.

Mathew Souza (10:21):

Wait, wait. But what’s his face? Pelosi has the hammer at this point. And now this guy’s trying to get away. Get it away.

Sevan Matossian (10:26):

Well, they both have it. They both have it. Right. But if you, why doesn’t he put the drink down and use both hands?

Mathew Souza (10:33):

Okay, so right there. Why aren’t you just step out?

Sevan Matossian (10:37):


Mathew Souza (10:38):

Let go of it and run

Sevan Matossian (10:40):

Again. I don’t know. Look

Mathew Souza (10:42):

At the body language. He’s in front of the guy. His shoulder’s turned out. Well, he is got his drink in his hand, <laugh>, and he’s holding onto that to the hammer still. And now the attacker look.

Sevan Matossian (10:54):

Yeah. Are they smiling? Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness.

Mathew Souza (11:04):

That is some weird shit. Huh?

Sevan Matossian (11:10):

The whole thing is so weird. You’re doing a great job of playing it though.

Mathew Souza (11:13):

Oh, thanks. I’m trying to like stop it on a couple. Yeah, so let’s just,

Sevan Matossian (11:19):

Let’s just make up what, let’s just make up what happened before then. This guy broke into the house.

Mathew Souza (11:24):


Sevan Matossian (11:26):

He has a hammer. Paul’s talking to him. The guy’s like, Hey dude, you’re a piece of shit. We know about your insider trading. We know you’ve made a hundred million dollars with your wife. We know that your, um, support, uh, ped, you and your wife support pedophilia and, um, and, and you’re fascist. And you sup and you, you’re against freedom rights and you don’t understand liberty. And he is just going off on him, right? Yeah. And then at some point Paul figures out that he has to call the cops and is able to call the cops.

Mathew Souza (11:53):

Well, did you hear this stuff from the phone call? It’s

Sevan Matossian (11:56):

Like weird. I

Mathew Souza (11:56):

Yeah. The cop call’s really weird too.

Sevan Matossian (11:58):

It is weird.

Mathew Souza (11:59):

It’s like, if I’m sitting here and you’re like, are you okay Matt? And I’m like, yes, fine. And then I start like blinking a bunch of times or something and you’re like, okay, well we’re gonna start the show. This seems weird, but

Sevan Matossian (12:09):

He, he’s also really old Paul,

Mathew Souza (12:12):

What’s really old?

Sevan Matossian (12:13):

How old is he? And he’s really old. He’s 82 and he’s probably, and and I, he looks like he has a drinking problem.

Mathew Souza (12:19):

Well, he couldn’t even put the drink down to be attacked by a hammer. So

Sevan Matossian (12:23):

<laugh>. Yeah. Anyway. Okay. We’ll, we’ll keep we’ll stay on top of this. I

Mathew Souza (12:28):

Has it unfold.

Sevan Matossian (12:29):

Yeah. That guy did call into a TV station though and say he’s sorry he didn’t, uh, finish the job. And, uh, yeah, it’s weird. Hey, how about this, uh, 3 74. This is fantastic. I, I pointed out, I pointed out to you guys yesterday that something doesn’t make sense when you look at the numbers. Uh, basically if there’s 3 million people died in 2019 and 3 million people died in 2020 and 3 million people died in 2021. I think it’s a little less than that every year. Um, and 80% of them died from chronic disease. Where’s the covid numbers? But, but, uh, scroll to the top of the article. This is, this is the crazy part. This is coming from the uk. The Daily Mayo. Keep going up to the top. The headline of the story. That is, that is Oh, that is it.

Mathew Souza (13:14):

Yeah. Massive spike in debt. Uh,

Sevan Matossian (13:16):

Spike. Oh, maybe go down a little bit. Oh, okay. Well, yeah, yeah. Sorry. Massive. It just looks different on your there than on my phone. Massive spike in excess death sparks call for the urgent investigation. Uh, NHS Crisis is blamed for nearly 3000 more Brits than usual dying each week. Each week. So 3000 more people in the United Kingdom are dying every week this year than they were last year. And the what they’re blaming this on, you ready for this?

Mathew Souza (13:43):

Mm-hmm. <affirmative>

Sevan Matossian (13:45):

Is the collapse of their healthcare system. So basically they’re blaming it on the fact that people can’t get in to get medical procedures to save their lives. Hey, dude, this is all stuff that, um, uh, Greg warned about 20 years ago if we went to social socialized medicine and if, if, if the Obamacare came into place, he was basically saying stuff like, Hey, now there’s never been a better time to take your health into your own hands. Trish, wait, what are the numbers? Wait, excuse me. Excuse me. What are the numbers? Who cares?

Mathew Souza (14:21):


Sevan Matossian (14:23):

Who care

Mathew Souza (14:24):

That’s involving Covid.

Sevan Matossian (14:27):

Hey. Yeah. That, that might not even, those numbers might not even be true, Trish, but it’s, it’s, it’s, what’s crazy is that there’s even just the article about it.

Mathew Souza (14:39):

It’s such a mess.

Sevan Matossian (14:42):

Just Yeah. The thing is, is, um, that’s the inevitability of socialized medicine. Yeah, of course. And once again, free medicine sounds so great, but you don’t think about the consequences. Dude, I heard Louis CK on fucking a clip on Louis ck on Instagram where he is talking about just leave the borders open. It’s not cool that, um, uh, people in the United States have it so well and that we wanna like, lock ourselves off from the rest of the rest of the world that doesn’t have it. So, well, it’s like, dude, are you fucking

Mathew Souza (15:12):


Sevan Matossian (15:13):

Are you fucking kidding me? I don’t. You have kids that you want to live better than you,

Mathew Souza (15:19):

Dude. It’s not that they don’t have kids like that, like a comment like that. You have no idea what you’re talking about. It’s just such

Sevan Matossian (15:24):

A, it’s such small picture thinking, right? Yeah.

Mathew Souza (15:26):

Come on, let ’em all thorough. What’s that gonna do? It’s like, what the fuck? How do

Sevan Matossian (15:31):

You not see is that mentality where if someone has it good, what you should do is bring them down?

Mathew Souza (15:37):


Sevan Matossian (15:38):

No, no, no. That, that then everyone’s bad. Yeah. If you live in, uh, the UK or Canada or you’re poor, or you live in Australia, uh, or if you live anywhere outside the United States, period. Right. And slash your poor, you have more reason than ever now to stop eating sugar. Do not go out and buy a snicker bar. Do not. Your health is totally within your control. You are so empowered.

Mathew Souza (16:10):

Well, what if I need 20 grams of protein?

Sevan Matossian (16:13):

<laugh>? I can give you one gram of protein at a time.

Mathew Souza (16:17):

<laugh>. I I can’t eat eggs. Those cause blood clots.

Sevan Matossian (16:22):

Okay. And now, uh, 3 73 a, a word from our, uh, uh, president please. A word from our president. Whoa.

Mathew Souza (16:31):

I haven’t seen this clip, but I know it’s gonna be insightful. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (16:34):

Inspir. This is, Hey, just so you know, as we start to play this clip, this took me a second to get, like, I didn’t understand what was going on. You may even have to play this twice. Okay. And no, I had no idea what was going on the first time I saw this.

Mathew Souza (16:45):

Okay. All right. Ready? Here we

Sevan Matossian (16:48):

Go. Yeah, here we

Speaker 4 (16:48):

Go. Would you say your mental focus is

Speaker 5 (16:52):

Which focused <laugh>? I say it’s, I think it’s, I I haven’t look, I have trouble even mentioning, even saying to myself, my own head, the number of years I know more think of myself as being as old as I am than fly. I mean, it’s just not, uh, uh, I haven’t observed anything in terms of there’s not things I don’t do now that I did before. Whether it’s physical or

Speaker 4 (17:18):

How would you say your mental focus is?

Mathew Souza (17:21):

Why is lip

Sevan Matossian (17:22):

Syncing? Which

Mathew Souza (17:23):

<laugh>? It’s crazy to me that that was like actually something that he said then. <laugh>

Sevan Matossian (17:32):

Lip syncing is amazing.

Mathew Souza (17:35):

Oh my goodness.

Sevan Matossian (17:36):

Uh, I don’t know what country you live in, but yes. That’s your listen, if you live anywhere on planet Earth, that’s your ruler. Esteban, did you see the pay scale for Dana’s new slap League two K to play two K to win? Yeah, we played some videos yesterday from it. I don’t know if I like it.

Mathew Souza (17:53):

I don’t.

Sevan Matossian (17:54):

Uh, why don’t you like it?

Mathew Souza (17:56):

Because it just seems so, like, I just don’t like people watching people get like, hit in the face or something like that. And at least with an m a fight, there’s so much skill involved. And like, if you get hit, it’s like, well, you know, you dropped your hands here, you did this wrong, you did that with that, you’re just standing there expecting to be hit. Like, that’s the point. <laugh>, it just seems cruel.

Sevan Matossian (18:16):

No, don’t buy Snickers, but alcohol is okay. Alcohol is not okay either. Listen, if you are concerned, you, you need to know David, that your health is in, is under your control. But if you are gonna drink alcohol, have a Titos and Soda <laugh>. Uh, okay. Uh, at Tequila Straits, it’s pure c t e. Yeah. That’s the thing, right? Chris Guino. Yeah. It, I guess that’s the part that, uh, Suza doesn’t like you, you to, to, to play. You have to give up some brain cells. It seems a little excessive. The barrier to entry seems a little high.

Mathew Souza (18:52):


Sevan Matossian (18:54):

A little high.

Mathew Souza (18:55):

It doesn’t really see, there’s no athleticism. There’s no skill. It’s just like you just, you just take a shot and sue’s at a stand.

Sevan Matossian (19:03):

Hey, what happened? In what, what’s this thing that happened? Um, uh, someone in the comments wrote this. There was a brutal Tyrese Nichols video. I tried to watch that video, uh, last night on, uh, Instagram. I couldn’t figure out what was going on. Yeah,

Mathew Souza (19:17):

You’d probably better off watching those type videos on Twitter too. But I don’t know. I I’m not totally caught up on the full story. I think it was something like he, he ran a stop sign and then who

Sevan Matossian (19:27):

Did Is this gonna, is this a, is this I just saw that there’s protestors. Is this another, uh, is this gonna be another George Floyd

Mathew Souza (19:33):

<laugh>? I don’t think it’s gonna have the same effect, uh, due to,

Sevan Matossian (19:38):

Oh shit. Memphis cops beat someone to death. Oh no. Yeah.

Mathew Souza (19:42):

And I mean, it’s

Sevan Matossian (19:43):


Mathew Souza (19:44):


Sevan Matossian (19:44):


Mathew Souza (19:45):

I don’t think it’s gonna have the same effect cuz all four or five of the cops were black.

Sevan Matossian (19:51):

Okay. That’s three 70. That’s these cops I saw in this cl in look at three 70. Oh, shit. So these cops are all black and is the dude they beat black or white. Please be white. Please be white.

Mathew Souza (20:04):

Please be white. No, it’s a black dude.

Sevan Matossian (20:05):

Don’t. Well, they were 50% of the way there. This is fucking amazing. I’m so sorry.

Mathew Souza (20:11):

It’s one of those videos too that’s hard to watch. Cause they just like, one, one cop comes up and just boots him in the head twice.

Sevan Matossian (20:16):

Really? Yeah.

Mathew Souza (20:17):

Like walks up, stands there, just stands back and just boots him in the head more. A little bit more time goes by and he just kicks him

Sevan Matossian (20:24):

Again. Van Jos Jones says, the black cops were racist. First of all, let me be ex extremely clear. I grew up in the Bay Area. Bay Area, San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Concord, pleasant Hill, San Jose, the most racist people. If if, if you want to use that word racist ever. That you that I ever met were always the my black friends. None. No, no, no, no. White person in the Bay Area is racist. If you, you, you’re terrified of being racist. And all the black dudes for sure were racist. I don’t remember any of the black girls being racist, but just the black dudes were just always racist. It was cool too. It was fine. It was just like, they just fucking, like, they just ripped on you for being white

Mathew Souza (21:01):


Sevan Matossian (21:01):

And you’ve heard my stories of like, you know, you’re McDonald’s at midnight and four black dudes walk in. They’re like, Hey, wait outside while we order. Yeah, no problem.

Mathew Souza (21:09):


Sevan Matossian (21:09):

Just the way the Bay Area was, that’s the, that’s why the whole racism accusation works so well on liberals that we’re terrified of being called racist. So then this whole thing has played out over the last couple years where all the white people are racist. And being a Bay Area kid, I’m just so fucking confused. I’m like, wait a second. The white people aren’t racist. Plus the abolitionist won. We, the, the good guys won. Like maybe the, maybe maybe we should pay all the white people reparations in this country too, for all the relatives that they lost that fought to free the black people. If we’re gonna start splitting people up by color, if you’re a family fought in the fucking civil war on the abolitionist side, then you get, um, the, then black people, when they get their reparations, they’ll also have to pay you now their reparation because your family set their family free. I mean, when does the idiocy stop? But anyway, this is crazy. Yeah, I thought, I thought black people couldn’t be racist because they didn’t have the power. They only had Obama, Oprah and LeBron. Dude,

Mathew Souza (22:07):

Pass it through the c n filter and anything anything’s possible can’t be racist. I mean, look at, look at this. I mean, you have an issue where

Sevan Matossian (22:14):

This is fucking amazing. Yeah. I wish the guy would’ve been white. I really do. I I mean, if someone had to die, I just wish we could have just flipped the script. Wow. These look like nice guys. The Actually don’t judge it. Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.

Mathew Souza (22:28):

I was say actually that guys, guys, what’s crazy? Oh my God, it

Sevan Matossian (22:33):

Looks like that. It’s fucking incredible.

Mathew Souza (22:35):

It looks like the same lineup that beat that woman cop in, uh, Nashville.

Sevan Matossian (22:40):

It. Look. Oh, right, right, right. Just the bystander dudes.

Mathew Souza (22:45):

But, uh,

Sevan Matossian (22:46):

Just civilians. They,

Mathew Souza (22:47):

They, they, uh, they beat her differently. Beat her with the black, with the black caulk. <laugh> not, not.

Sevan Matossian (22:54):

Hey, uh, you’re an idiot. If you’re a boot licking cop lover, they are paws of a corrupt power structure. Not true. Not

Mathew Souza (23:00):

True. Listen. No, I know, I know a bunch

Sevan Matossian (23:02):

Of cops. Listen, listen. Don’t start hating. Don’t use this to don’t pivot your hate towards white cops to all cops. Okay, so five, five melanated cops beat a melanated dude. And now a bunch of white people in Nashville are shutting down freeways who

Mathew Souza (23:21):


Sevan Matossian (23:22):

Yeah. You fucking idiots. Hey, just shut up and go back to work. Let let that poor family’s, let that poor family, uh, uh, what’s the guy’s name? Mr. Nichols? Yes. Let Mr. Nichols, um, uh, let Mr. Nichols just chill. Uh, Mrs. And Mr. Nichols, uh, mourn. Let them sue the city and get money. Let those cops get in trouble and just chill. Shut the

Mathew Souza (23:45):

Fuck up. You know

Sevan Matossian (23:46):

What’s crazy? Hey, 99% of cops are great. And, and uh, even if it’s only 80%, I’ll take it. It’s still better than the general population. But seban, they choose that job. I don’t care. There’s this, there’s the Daoist saying that says trust people and they become trustworthy. We have to work with the best that we have riding and hating on cops. We’ve already did that for two years. And it makes everything worse. It makes everything worse. We all, and, and, and the the left wants you to Rio and hate on cops if you believe in like, conspiracy theories because you know who suffers? Black people, melanated people. That’s that. That’s the only people who’ve suffered in the last two or three years because of the hatred on cops. It has not affected me at all in my little White haven in Santa Cruz, California. Zero. Cause there’s no crime in my fucking neighborhood. Zero. Like 0, 0, 0 crime in my neighborhood. Zero

Mathew Souza (24:43):


Sevan Matossian (24:46):

But my neighbors are also donkeys and peacocks and, and, uh,

Mathew Souza (24:49):

Fig trees. <laugh>. Yeah. A little bit different. When your neighbors a garden

Sevan Matossian (24:53):

Dude, stay away from cops. They’re great people doing fucking horrible shit. Stay away from them.

Mathew Souza (25:01):

It’s always sad whenever I see the, like, press conferences because alls I see is like the parents who are really like, hurt and just in this like numb state, regardless of their relationship with their kid or regardless of how the kid behaved or the

Sevan Matossian (25:17):

Criminal, they’re emotional bomb. Right. They’re just an emotion and the waves are coming off and affecting everyone else. Yeah. And making other people have idiot decisions.

Mathew Souza (25:23):

When I look out, alls I see is just human beings not, you know, human beings with different motives. You see the parents there that are, their whole life is in chaos and they’re going through all this hurt and they’re kind of being like, ushered down this filter of like, you know, here come all the professionals with this. Here comes the lawyers, here comes the activists, here comes all the people that benefit off of your son’s death because now they’re gonna turn this into their media outlet to get their message across and, and everything else. And so when you see the press conference, I just see like, hurt parents and vultures, you know, it’s like they’re hurt.

Sevan Matossian (25:56):

Yeah. Tons of vultures. Tons. Well also it’s, it’s like the liver king thing. A lot of people just want to act out emotionally. Right? They have their own demons and they just want to act out. Yeah. Just let the parents j Yeah. Yeah. Trish, so are the teachers you pick on them quite a bit. Here’s the, here’s the thing. I don’t think I do pick on teachers quite a bit, but let’s say I do. I only pick on the teachers who have blue hair, 200 pounds overweight and, and telling kids it’s okay if you’re a boy that you wanna turn into a girl. And the reason why I pick on them is because in my state of California and in this country, the United States, it’s a law. Give me some wiggle room here. Please. It’s a law that you have to send your kids to school. You have to get them injected with a huge list of drugs, and then you have to put them into the school system. And that’s the law. Of course. Yes. There are some exceptions like my kids who are homeschooled. But the general law is you have to force your kids down this funnel. Kids, k i d s kids.


And, and so, uh, yeah, the teachers are gonna be underneath a little bit more, uh, scrutiny. CrossFit. Corey, I’m a hundred percent against religion, but Daoism sounds pretty re uh, legit. Hell, I’m already in a fitness cult. My, uh, the thing is, is I religion’s important too. We, we have to have the, this Christian manifesto, this bible book is, uh, we need a lot of people following the, we need more people following those guidelines.

Mathew Souza (27:13):

Well, a lot of people conflate like religion with church too. So they might not like the going to the organization of the church or, or the corruption that happens within some churches or something. But those, that’s completely separate than like you focusing on a religion.

Sevan Matossian (27:28):

Okay. Do

Mathew Souza (27:29):

You know what I mean with that?

Sevan Matossian (27:30):

Yeah, I do. I do. Yes. Hey, I’m o I need some cops to abuse their power. Th that’s the thing. I, they, they, they, I need some cop cops to flirt with the line. That’s what’s so hard about that job. I need there, there, there, there are circumstances where we need them to abuse their power. I don’t, I don’t want, uh, 116 year old boys hanging out on a street corner. I want the cops to be like, Hey, what are you doing?

Mathew Souza (28:08):

Yeah. And you also don’t want to,

Sevan Matossian (28:10):

What are you guys doing over here?

Mathew Souza (28:11):

It say to defund the police or, or make the job as terrible as it is now. I mean, there’s a lot of cops that, that I know that go to the gym or whatever, that are just like, I wouldn’t have become a cop now. Like, it’s too hard to do my job. There’s too much scrutiny. Like the light that we’re put under, like it just is, is more stressful than it was before. So whenever we make a job that protects our society that hard and puts, put ’em under that much scrutiny all the time through the media and stuff, like, you’re gonna get the worst of the worst. And you’re only gonna get the worst of the worst. Highlighted. Like there is, there’s probably was a, a bunch of stories in the US that same day that that tragedy happened to that poor person that got beat, where it was like, cop saves another baby out of, you know, a a car. For sure. Cops for sure stops a robbery. Yes. Cops saves a wife from being abused, you know, but you’re never gonna hear any of that shit. You’re never gonna hear about the cop that dedicated,

Sevan Matossian (29:02):

They arrested 3000 people drunk driving, who would’ve killed, ruined, killed 10 innocent people yesterday also.

Mathew Souza (29:07):

Yeah. And out of those 10, two would’ve been under the age of of 10. Right? Right. Like, you wouldn’t, you wouldn’t, you’re not gonna hear that. You’re not gonna hear, hey, the the cop that dedicated 25 years of service to his community that started that charity, that visited those kids, that helped out that school. Like, you’re just never gonna hear that in the media. You’re always gonna hear the worst of the worst. And then it, you know, perception becomes reality.

Sevan Matossian (29:27):

Uh, uh, um, I I am, I’m perfectly okay. You have to know this. Uh, Mr. S Mr. Smith, you have to know this. Mr. Smith. I am perfectly okay and beyond. Okay. I’m for Brooke Wells doing the snicker thing. I, I’m, I, I hope she makes a lot of money. I hope it invigorates her and inspires her to perform better. I hope it adds value to her life. I’m like, so, uh, I, I’m, I’m happy for her. I, I truly am. It’s cool.

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