#791 – The Morning Show | Live Call In

Caleb Beaver (00:00):

If he’s working today,

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

For some reason I thought he’d be here today. Bam. We’re live.

Caleb Beaver (00:05):

I thought so too. Honestly.

Sevan Matossian (00:07):

I think he said he would be here. Want me to call him?

Caleb Beaver (00:10):

Yeah, just give him a ring.

Sevan Matossian (00:12):

Give him it’s a good idea. Let’s see. Uh oh. He’s in my favorites.


Let’s see. Matt Suza. Good morning everyone. Christine. Hi. Good morning. Juicy Spiegel. Good morning, Amanda. Amanda, stack. Good morning, Jeremy. Good morning. Rb. Emily was an incredible guest. Why do you say that? I’m curious why you say that? A lot of people really liked her. I thought it was just, uh, maybe you guys were, uh, titillated by the, uh, conversation, like the, the subject matter. You guys are really into the whole CrossFit scene and liked all the juicy CrossFit stuff. I mean, granted, she’s smart as shit. Um, finally made it to a Rob show. Robin, great to have you here. Surfs up.

Caleb Beaver (01:03):

You reached Matt. Leave a message and I’ll get back to you

Sevan Matossian (01:05):

As soon as I can. No, no, no. Su I wonder what’s going on with Suza.

Caleb Beaver (01:09):

Must be sleeping in.

Sevan Matossian (01:10):

Um, more airtime. You can now say six words in this show. More airtime for you. Caleb.

Caleb Beaver (01:16):

I’ve got two more

Sevan Matossian (01:18):

<laugh>. Angela Martinez, Alex Mallard, Mike the sour. Bam. It’s 10:00 AM Oh, that’s 7:00 AM Uh, Greg. See, amazing show Yesterday. Subject matter was amazing. I was concerned that, um, she was one of those guests that’s so smart that I was concerned she was leaving a bunch of people in the dust, or like, she was connecting too many dots too fast. So I, but, but she was cool when I would kind of like stop it and try to, um, try to bring it all, uh, back together. So, um, cuz she knows a lot. She knows a lot. A lot of pieces. A lot of pieces. Um, thank you to Paper Street Coffee. Cheers. Cheers. You’re on the paper street too,

Caleb Beaver (02:07):

Of course.

Sevan Matossian (02:08):

Do you want, do you want one of these cups, Caleb?

Caleb Beaver (02:11):

Yeah, it’d be kind of dope.

Sevan Matossian (02:12):

Oh, okay. I’ll get you one. Uh, I will send Gabe a text and then I forgot. Um, I wanted to show you something. Um, can you bring me the grenade soap?

Caleb Beaver (02:27):

Oh, dude.

Sevan Matossian (02:28):

Grenade? Yes. Go.

Caleb Beaver (02:31):


Sevan Matossian (02:32):

Oh. It’s grenade. It’s grenade, not gurney, right? Is it

Caleb Beaver (02:35):

Grenade? G G R E N A D E.

Sevan Matossian (02:37):

Oh, yeah. It’s funny, I’m still learning how to speak the English language.

Caleb Beaver (02:41):

So when I was going through, so we have to like, for when we fly through military air mm-hmm. <affirmative>, we, uh, like, we still have to go through like a TSA type thing. Like we have to check our bags and make

Sevan Matossian (02:54):

Sure, oh, I like this. I like this

Caleb Beaver (02:55):

Nonsense and stuff.

Sevan Matossian (02:56):

I like this.

Caleb Beaver (02:57):

So I, I have like packed a few things in my luggage that I was concerned. Like I was, I was trying to like, bring them home, bring things home. But, um, they like sent it through an extra

Sevan Matossian (03:13):

Fentanyl grenade. Yeah, yeah, yeah. A handgun. <laugh>

Caleb Beaver (03:16):

All this stuff. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (03:17):

Yeah. Um, souvenirs. Just souvenirs,

Caleb Beaver (03:21):

Right. And, uh, I get, so they send it through the X-ray and they’re like, we need to check your bag <laugh>. I was like, oh shit. Like, I’m gonna be in some serious trouble. And they like, dig through and uh, they like, pull out this box. It’s like a cardboard box. And, uh, they open it up and they’re like, what is this? And I was like, oh, it’s soap. And it was the fucking grenade soap from Doc Sparton

Sevan Matossian (03:48):

<laugh>. Oh shit. Oh shit.

Caleb Beaver (03:50):

They had 10 stents since out. They were like literal. They were like just holding me there. They weren’t gonna let me go. It was like, they made like a whole stink about it. They’re like, wow, you can’t, what are you doing? You’re bringing it. Like, it was fucking hilarious.

Sevan Matossian (04:02):

Oh, they were probably so excited. They probably thought they had you. They were so

Caleb Beaver (04:06):

Excited. They’re like, oh shit. This dumb idiot’s bringing a grenade back. Yes.

Sevan Matossian (04:10):


Caleb Beaver (04:11):

And then

Sevan Matossian (04:12):

Would you gotten, how much trouble would you get in for that?

Caleb Beaver (04:15):

That’s a good question. Um, I probably would’ve gotten out like, at least some paperwork. Like, like something that’s written in my record,

Sevan Matossian (04:22):

But probably not. Not kicked outta the Air Force.

Caleb Beaver (04:24):

No, I don’t think so.

Sevan Matossian (04:26):

Hey, um, uh, Victor, uh, brown, um, she kept you on track. She kept me on track. Uh, and kept you and kept you from getting too emotional. I, uh, is that bad? I don’t, I don’t think anyone keeps me on track, but I don’t think, um, I don’t think I was, uh, I don’t, is that a bad thing if I’m emotional?

Caleb Beaver (04:50):

Well, Jeremy, Jeremy says I get an article 15. That’s

Sevan Matossian (04:54):

Pretty bad. What’s that? Is that bad?

Caleb Beaver (04:56):

Yeah, it’s like a career killer. Like, if you get article 15, usually you’re fucked.

Sevan Matossian (04:59):

Can you still stay in for, uh, 20 years and get money?

Caleb Beaver (05:04):

Yeah. I think you can stay in, but like, you’re never gonna make more than like an, like a NCO level job. So, I don’t know. You just, you kind of get fucked.

Sevan Matossian (05:14):

Okay. Oh, oh yeah. Well that’s not good. It’s not good to be somewhere knowing that you can’t get, get, get elevated. Not a girl woman. Yeah. Yeah. That, that one hit me like a, uh, brick shit house that hit, like, I, I think of myself as an egoless angel. Oh, thank you. I think of myself as an egoless angel. And that one hit direct. That was a direct shot to my ego. Like a, just a Oh, sure, sure. Um, yeah, that one, that man made me realize I’m not egoless. Tell me what to say. Like I give a, but it’s cool. So this is the soap by the way that Caleb’s talking about?

Caleb Beaver (05:56):


Sevan Matossian (05:59):

And, uh, Dale King makes this. And the name of the company is Spartan

Caleb Beaver (06:03):


Sevan Matossian (06:03):

Spartan Doc Spartan. Oh yeah. It says right here. No, it doesn’t say right here. Uh, manufactured in, uh, Portsmouth, Ohio Contents grenade. Someone said it’s not an English word. I guess it’s, um, I’m gonna guess it’s French and it says soap, uh, www doc d c spartan.com. Just like it sounds. I wanna find out what’s in this soap. Oh. Could you look at the ingredients? Uh, fra a life size grenade. Cause what’s crazy is I’m looking for a soap sponsor. Cause I wanna represent, present a rep represent a soap that doesn’t like, um, uh, chemically castrate me. Right? I want to use a soap that doesn’t chemically castrate me, uh, on my body. And I want to use one in my, um, for my clothes. My wife is, my wife and I have a serious problem. I, at the washing machine, I’ve been doing the wash our whole like, career together. And now she doesn’t want me doing it cuz she says I use, uh, chemical soaps like that. Um, high protein snicker bar soap, uh, coconut oil, palm oil, sa safflower oil glycerine, sheia butter, purified water, lie sorbitol, I don’t know what that is. Soba Olay. Uh, yeah, o uh, those two in there. I wonder if those reduce my, um, sperm count. Titanium dioxide. I don’t care about my sperm. It’s my kids chloral power prop proprietary blend of essential oils.


The, it smells good. It smells really good.

Caleb Beaver (07:40):

Yeah, it does smell really good.

Sevan Matossian (07:41):

Did you use any, or do you feel bad using it? Cuz it’s such a cool shape.

Caleb Beaver (07:44):

I should just, yeah, I like, I I didn’t use it because I thought it was kind of cool, but also like, I didn’t really have like, you know how you usually have like a place to store your soap?

Sevan Matossian (07:53):

Yeah. Like what, what do you mean? Like in the shower? Like it sits on a ledge? Yeah.

Caleb Beaver (07:57):

Yeah. Since we had like, community showers, I didn’t really want to use it cuz I would have to like store it on a shelf in my room.

Sevan Matossian (08:05):

Oh. What if you leave the soap in there, will just other people use it to wash their ass and stuff?

Caleb Beaver (08:10):


Sevan Matossian (08:11):

God, I love your cat. I, Hey, I’m gonna tell you something really fucked up.

Caleb Beaver (08:16):


Sevan Matossian (08:16):

And please don’t judge. Well, I don’t care if you judge me too harshly. I’m totally that person. Like, I would go in there. Yeah, I would go in there. I would take your soap, i’d ra lather it in my hands, theoretically taking off a layer of your, your whatever, poop and semen and whatever’s on there. Then I would use it to soap my body. And then when I put it back, I would roll it in my hands a bunch again to make sure I took off all the pubes and put it back. I’m totally that person. Yeah,

Caleb Beaver (08:46):

There’s definitely, definitely a few of those. Usually people would just like, leave it on like a ledge somewhere. Like, just kind of like, if they didn’t need it anymore, they were leaving, they would just leave their leftover on a shelf and then people just grab it. I always felt weird doing that

Sevan Matossian (08:59):

Too. Oh, it’s gross. I have to like, put on a, like a serious mental block, but I’d still do it.

Caleb Beaver (09:04):

Yeah. Like if it was a necessity, yeah, I’d use it.

Sevan Matossian (09:07):

Oh, you would too?

Caleb Beaver (09:08):

Yeah. Probably.

Sevan Matossian (09:09):

I wonder if women are like that too.

Caleb Beaver (09:13):

Uh, and people, women in the military definitely knew that shit

Sevan Matossian (09:17):

<laugh>. They, they is lie. Okay. My dad says a fuck ton on wood ash and I’ve considered my making my own. Oh. So I need a soap sponsor. I I I really want, uh, what if, uh, you dropped the soap?

Caleb Beaver (09:32):

Well, we have her individual shower, so it was okay.

Sevan Matossian (09:34):

All right. Uh, you were fine. Somewhere happy. She was calling you out on your terms like woke. It’s hard for some to stray from their progressive roots triggered the libs whenever possible. I ca I liked it. I like it though when people call me out woke cuz it lets me rework the, uh, re rework my definition to let people know it’s real. Man. Did you see that preview that Disney put out? Um, uh, in one of their movies they have a, a whole song and dance that’s three out, three minutes long, uh, asking for reparations. It’s amazing

Caleb Beaver (10:04):


Sevan Matossian (10:05):

You No, no one is, uh, no one is responsible for what their parents did. Just so you know, you don’t, you don’t owe debt. You don’t owe debt for what your parents did. Uh, uh, um, I hate to use this as an example, but Matt, uh, Shindel Decker d doesn’t owe debt because his mom killed the bus driver. No one owes debt to anyone because of what their relatives did or didn’t do. And don’t forget, they keep saying that this country’s built on the backs of slaves. It was built on the backs of shitloads of people. And where did those slaves come from? We know where those slaves came from. They came from other melanated people selling those melanated people to pigment deprive people,

Caleb Beaver (10:47):

You know, who has to pay for, uh, what their parents did.

Sevan Matossian (10:49):

You, you. And if you think that that’s gonna, if you think that’s gonna help, um, the country be a better place, you’re crazy. That is gonna cause some serious fucking heartache and headache. There’s nothing, there’s nothing fair about it. And there’s nothing, there’s nothing fair in life either.

Caleb Beaver (11:07):

North Korea has whole camps that do that.

Sevan Matossian (11:09):

Say that again.

Caleb Beaver (11:11):

North Korea has whole camps. Who are, they’re the people are paying for what their parents did. Yeah. They’re, they’re, they’re forcing generations into indenture servitude for our, just because well, something that their parents did.

Sevan Matossian (11:23):

And, and I’m not suggesting that that’s a good argument for why, why there should. Those people also shouldn’t get reparations. It’s not like two rights make a wrong or two wrongs make a right. It, it’s just, it’s just completely fucking illogical. It really bums me out that they’re pushing that. I, I, I feel like that the only thing that that causes is, um, um, more, more divisiveness. It, it pains me, uh, the, um, we had Philip Kelly also on the other morning of the live calling show. That was really cool. Uh, he’s eight. If, if you didn’t hear that, you might want to catch up on that. He’s eight. We, the reason why that’s so cool is he got covid, he got really sick, he spent a bunch of time in the hospital, he’s in recovery. I think that’s gonna be a fun thread to follow just over the next, you know, year, two years, five years, however long the show lasts, however long we can keep him coming on. And then for the last eight weeks, he’s been doing a small dose of t r t through California hormones, who’s also a sponsor. And I just really like hearing his, um, his journey. Yeah. Disney, Disney pushing agendas into children is maddening. Yeah. If I was, I was also thinking if I was a child, what I would take away from that.


There’s this thing, there’s this thing, there’s an idea around these words that I think is the root of the entire problem that we’re currently stuck in. And it sucks because I don’t think that even 1% of the population is smart enough to acknowledge it. And even when you’re smart enough to acknowledge it, like I am, I’m still not able to always see through it. It’s weird. But the issue is the conflation of, uh, black people, black culture, melanated skin. There’s all of these words that are being conflated. Like there’s something completely different from melanated people in black culture. I wish we could even come up with a different word for it. Maybe it’s hip hop culture, but there’s a culture surrounding this, uh, melanated persona that’s just conflated with the actual p human being. And it’s, it’s so fucked up. It’s so fucked up.


And, and there’s just as many people who are white who’ve embraced that culture, if not more than there are people with melanated skin. And I think at the root, that culture has done some really, um, unhelpful things to, to society. I was just looking at a list. I don’t know if I put a link to it, but it was, it was the wealthiest people in the United States. I don’t know if I put a link to it at the bottom. It was a Twitter link. Um, but basically I’ve, I’ve shown it before on the show, but it showed the wealthiest people in the United States by, uh, ethnic, uh, demographic and, and, and like whites are at 56,000 a year. Oh, here it is. Oh wow. You’re quick. Did I have a link to that?

Caleb Beaver (14:24):

Yeah, it was, it was

Sevan Matossian (14:25):

In there. What number is that? It was, you’re good. 4 0 7. Oh yeah. 4 0 7. So look at this. We’ve looked at this before. So what made me think of this is I took my kids to, uh, Fremont, um, the other day, uh, for the jujitsu tournament when I was a kid, Fremont was all just white and black people, no other people. And now when I took my kids to a loney college, all the buildings there, everything’s written in ch I think it’s Chinese, it’s some that I don’t recognize. Maybe it’s Japanese, but it’s some Asian language. It’s those characters, right? And look at, these are the wealthiest people in the United States. Indian Americans, then Filipino Americans, then Taiwanese Americans, then Sri Lankan Americans, then Japanese Americans, then Malaysian Americans, then Chinese Americans, then Pakistani Americans. And that, that has, that’s all because of their culture. That’s my take on it. All because of their culture, all because of how they’re raised. All because they have tight families. I betcha that their divorce rates are lower than, uh, all the people below them too.

Caleb Beaver (15:28):

I think it’s like 50%.

Sevan Matossian (15:29):

It, it’s, it’s all American. It’s all, it’s all a, uh, it’s all, yeah. Yeah. They make twice as much as you basically your average American. Yeah. It’s all, it’s all a cultural thing. But the whole Bay Area is shifting to that. Anywhere near the mothership, like Apple, Amazon, Facebook, all those. I mean, uh, I went to a high school, I think in Los Gatos with Greg and Dave and Haley, my, my wife one time, Haley had made a video on the high school and there was a teacher there, and the teacher was white. And the teacher said, Hey, when I started teaching here 15 years ago, this entire school is white Now the only white person, the only white person at this high school is me. And it was the high school PE teacher. And all the other kids were, um, either Indian or, uh, some sort of Asian like Indian. When I say Indian, I mean like those people who live on the, like, the second biggest country in the world, the dark-skinned people. Like, they’re like, they’re really black, but we call them Indian pa. They, the Pakistani Indian, and then the Asians. I just lump them all in as like Chinese, Japanese, Korean. And it, those, those people’s culture is just fucking rock solid. If, if your goal is to, to keep your head down grind and, and, and make money.


So, okay. That’s that. You guys excited about the fights this weekend? If you’re a UFC fan, man, this weekend’s gonna be amazing. Yeah. But if you, if you are interested, say it again.

Caleb Beaver (16:54):

Hey, just keep promoting the slap fighting.

Sevan Matossian (16:57):

Yeah, the slap man that’s getting a lot of, I I’m kind, I’m torn. I, I like the slap fighting, but like, I like to think of it as like a, a Russian thing. I don’t like to think of it as something we do in the States. You know what I mean? Like, just something that pops on my ig once every two months.

Caleb Beaver (17:10):

I’ve lumped it into like, uh, that car Jiu-jitsu match,

Sevan Matossian (17:14):

Like Yeah, yeah,

Caleb Beaver (17:15):

Yeah. The front seats and they just play jujitsu with each other. Yeah. That’s, that’s how I’ve seen it. And that’s just bizarre to me that they’re promoting it so much. Like I just don’t see the appeal. Um, it’s cool.

Sevan Matossian (17:30):

Yeah, just like if you’re flipping through your IG and you see one like clip of it, it’s cool.

Caleb Beaver (17:33):


Sevan Matossian (17:35):

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Caleb Beaver (18:25):


Sevan Matossian (18:26):

Someone wrote, someone wrote, uh, started a, by the way, did you know someone started a seven on podcast Reddit thread and the moderators at Reddit? Pulled it down. Pulled it down. Yeah. But you, or not a thread, I guess, I guess that there’s like forums or this was when we first started the podcast. I guess there’s like sub forums or forums or groups or someone tried to be a, um, thank you cor bono. Yeah. Just mar anything that you think would be a good clip that I should go back, that you think that I, that I should turn into. Anything from a one minute to 10 minute clip. If you guys put it in the comments, then I can go back and clip it. If not, I just, by the time nighttime comes around, I’m already prepping for the next show and I missed that opportunity.


And I think the sub clips would help the show grow. I definitely think it’ll make me a few more dollars, um, free, free labor and I won’t be paying reparations, uh, to you, uh, once I become rich. Um, but it would be awesome to be so rich to throw a party for us, a bombshell confirmation that even Glassman doesn’t know who owns CrossFit now and other major dirt. I’m only halfway through, but it’s a doozy. Wow. I didn’t think really is is, uh, was that show that doozy? I thought it was just normal Morning glory with Chevon Gun Gun fu. I like it. How most of the people in here have, uh, profile pictures too. Comments not chat. Yes, Judy. Sorry, did I say chat? Yeah, comments. Whatever. I said listen to Judy.


Um, I wanna thank Bruce Wayne for all the thumbnails and, uh, there’s a couple other people who’ve been sending me thumbnails. I don’t know their name, but thank you. All that stuff. Like, even if I don’t respond to you and I just start using them, you have to know that I try to see everything. I’m so far behind on my dms. It’s a mess. I’m gonna read this to you. This came in my dms last week. Hi sev. I’m a regular listener to your podcast from the Philippines. I don’t always catch it live because of the time difference, but I always listen to the replays while I run. I don’t do CrossFit, but I’m a big fan of the methodology in the sport. I just use YouTube and Instagram to do workouts because the CrossFit box membership here is my, in my country is too expensive. That being said, I’m grateful for your podcast, for opening my eyes on a lot of issues. You freed my mind. And now I see the world through a different lens. Keep it up.


The the homeless thing that people were tripping on is people want this is, this is the total, uh, I apologize in advance. Libtard response is, well, a lot of the homeless people are mentally ill. It doesn’t matter. Stop saying that. That’s just an excuse. That’s it. Um, to get some sort of emotional plea from you all. Homeless people are mentally ill. It doesn’t matter. It’s e it’s completely fucking irrelevant. The reason why they’re in mentally ill is because Uncle Buck touched them when they were little. They didn’t address it. They started getting into, into fentanyl on drugs. They started selling their pussy. They started sucking dick. And now they live on the streets doing drugs and they’re caught in a horrible cycle. And they th here it is. You ready? Here it is. They don’t need you making excuses for them that keep them down. You’re calling them mentally ill with this bullshit pseudo compassion that you should feel sorry for them. And that’s what’s keeping them down. Oh, let’s start a free, uh, a free, um, uh, needle program. Let’s, let’s, let’s give them a, let’s, let’s block off these three blocks and let them sleep. Here. You are being a codependent. Just imagine you were one of those people.


Nobody wants to be a heroin addict, a meth addict, a homeless person mentally ill. But here’s the thing, and especially with mental illness, mental illness, mental illness is like obesity. Not one person is going to come and save you. It’s only going to be you. Only you are going to be able to get off those streets. And do you know how you do that? Do you know how you stop being fat and how you get off the streets? You hit rock bottom. So stop saying that Mental illness, when you call them mentally ill, what you’re doing is you’re making an emotional appeal to continue to be a codependent for them. So what? Yeah, they’re mentally ill. So what you think giving them housing is gonna help? No, no. You’re giving them a warm place to shoot up more heroin. To meet more heroin addicts. It’s not the way I’m telling you. Anyone who’s pulled themselves up by the, what is, is it called Bootstraps? Is that the bootstraps? Yeah.

Caleb Beaver (23:08):

Can’t say that though. She AOC said it was, uh,

Sevan Matossian (23:11):

Racist. Racist bootstraps is,

Caleb Beaver (23:14):

Yeah, I

Sevan Matossian (23:15):

Don’t know why. Oh, I got a fu I got a funny one today. There’s this, um, I’ll get to it in a second. There’s a, there’s a, there was a school that served, um, watermelon waffles and chicken on the first day of Black History Month. And they, and they told the kids there that it was racist and they made the black kids feel bad for that. And that’s like, do they not know that they’re enforcing racism by telling the kids there That, that that’s racist. How the fuck are waffles and watermelon and chicken racist is rice racist? Is baklava racist towards Greeks? What if they would’ve served baklava during Greek history month or taboo? What? Swar what? Swar. Shawarma. Yeah. Yeah. What’s wrong with fried chicken? What’s wrong with fried chicken and watermelon? Do? Is that something do, do? Is is that like something culturally melanated? People don’t like? They don’t like that? Like No.

Caleb Beaver (24:10):

No. It’s like, what is stereotypically what they eat? Just fried chicken waffles and watermelon.

Sevan Matossian (24:16):

Yeah. Then why wouldn’t you make that? Why wouldn’t you serve that all 30 days? If it was Chinese history month, I’d expect it to be fucking fried rice the whole month.

Caleb Beaver (24:24):

Kung p chicken every day.

Sevan Matossian (24:26):

Yeah. It’s, we, we live in Bazaro world. Yeah. I love shawarma too.

Caleb Beaver (24:33):

I ate so much fucking s shwarma the past six months.

Sevan Matossian (24:36):

Hey, that’s that thing that’s on the tube, right? Yeah. It spins

Caleb Beaver (24:40):

<laugh>. They’re like rapping a little tortilla looking thing.

Sevan Matossian (24:43):

<laugh> Uh, yeah, grape sodas. Is is that, is that who, who eats that? Which people? The Asians, black

Caleb Beaver (24:50):

Black people? No, that’s other black people thing.

Sevan Matossian (24:51):

Uh, yeah. That sucks. That’s pro. That sounds like something white people gave him to kill them. Like abortion. Here’s your grape soda. With every abortion you get, you get a six pack of grape soda <laugh> brought to you by Whitey Fucking Margaret Singer. Can I get a live react for the Danielle Brandon video I sent on ig Josh LOEs? I don’t remember that. Oh, we can go to Danielle Brandon’s account. Let me say this one thing and and then, and then we’ll go look at how hot Danielle Brandon is. Uh, in total, the National Money Supply stands at 21.2 trillion, which is still more than 37% above the pre pandemic level J Okay. Fuck Jeremy. Alright, fine. Hi Jeremy. I wanna talk about money. What are you doing? Jeremy? Jeremy,

Speaker 4 (25:46):

Did you say Jeremy fucks

Sevan Matossian (25:48):

<laugh>? I said Jeremy fucks. Yes.

Speaker 4 (25:51):

<laugh>. Hey, I’ll keep this one short, I promise. Okay, but you were talking about, uh,

Sevan Matossian (25:56):

That’s what I said to my wife,

Speaker 4 (25:56):

My melanated What’s

Sevan Matossian (25:58):

That? That’s what I said to my wife last night.

Speaker 4 (26:01):

Oh, I, I used to say that all the time and I was married. Um, we, you’re talking about my melanated people. Um, and, and, and I wake up this morning, remember, I’m in Milwaukee. I wake up this morning

Sevan Matossian (26:13):

To gunshots who

Speaker 4 (26:15):

No, no, no. I actually live in, uh, a good part of the city, believe it or not. Um, and I wake up to a story, uh, m p d officer shot and killed overnight, um, and way up on the, uh, in the hood. And, um, I, I mean, it’s not too surprising. I mean, an officer isn’t killed every day, but shit like that is happening pretty regularly. Um, so it got me thinking about, you know, a lot of the things people are saying, like, these officers need more training, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And I, I’m wondering how, okay, so let’s say in a, in a, in a, in this perfect world that the, as you call ’em, ards, wanna, Hey,

Sevan Matossian (26:59):

How come they don’t tell us the color of the officer that was shot or the color of the person who shot him? So what does that tell you right away? Sorry to interrupt. What? So that tells you that it’s a black officer shot by a black, uh, uh, sorry, I’m not, I really don’t wanna say black anymore. It’s a melanated officer shot by a melanated citizen.

Speaker 4 (27:18):

Right? Right. Exactly. The story, the story does not give details.

Sevan Matossian (27:23):

That’s what I would assume. That’s what I have to assume, right? Because they’re not trying to piss me off.

Speaker 4 (27:27):

Right? For sure. 100%. 100%. So it got me thinking, like, let’s say that that officer in his unit and, you know, his department went through extensive deescalation training, um, was super, uh, versed in, you know, things like jujitsu, self-defense, et cetera, et cetera. What one of those skills, when it comes to what it sounded like, uh, like an armed robbery situation, and he has to, he has to confront this criminal. What one of those skills that’s gonna work to get that criminal who’s clearly a piece of shit has probably raised in a fatherless home. Yeah. You know, he is all enamored in the hiphop culture and drugs and, and all this. What skill is that officer gonna use to get that kid not to do what he did? What, why not what you recommend and what most logical thinkers, let’s improve us as society. You know, let’s get better at not doing dumb shit. Or if an officer does confront you about something, pulls you over, just, you know, comply and do what you’re told. Why, why, why is it not, why don’t we hear more of Zach? Why are we hearing so much of officers need more training?

Sevan Matossian (28:51):

I never hear that, Jeremy. I, this show is the first time, the first time I ever heard that maybe society needs more training as opposed to, um, uh, the police was on this show when it came outta my mouth. Thank you. Do we have a, you know what? Have we have

Speaker 4 (29:06):

A clapping? That might

Sevan Matossian (29:06):

Be very true. Do we have a clapping

Speaker 4 (29:07):

Now? Yeah, for sure. Absolutely. I’ll do it for you. I’m clapping right now while I’m holding my phone. Do we have a but no, you’re right. I mean, I you, you’ll hear it depending on your circles of friends or Yeah. You know who you talk to, like you’ll hear it, but you, I mean, that’s not the only time you said something. We all think quite regularly, but yeah, I think I could give you credit for being the, the first thank you voice out there to say it for sure.

Sevan Matossian (29:31):

It’s, it’s, it’s, it’s, it’s absolutely b I mean, we’ve talked about it before with the, with the, um, with the, uh, garbage man, right? We all put our trash cans out and, and separate them so that that machine can get ’em. We don’t park our cars in front of our mailboxes When the police pull you over, just be cool. Yeah. Just be cool. Yeah. Put your hands on the steering wheel, turn your dome light on, turn the car off. I mean mm-hmm. <affirmative>, every one of these videos where the cop gets shot or something, or the, or the the guy getting pulled over gets shot for some reason the dude can’t keep his hands on a.

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