Sevan Matossian (00:00):
Fireplace. There’s a fireplace at this rental. And I was in the other room and I smelled gas, and I come in and no, no. One of my sons came and said, Hey, a’s fucking with the fireplace. I went in there and the whole living room smelled like gas. And he had the gas turned all the way up,
Mattew Souza (00:15):
<laugh>. Oh fuck.
Sevan Matossian (00:16):
I never seen him do anything. I’m like, dude, what are you doing?
Mattew Souza (00:19):
Sevan Matossian (00:19):
Like, turn the heat on. I’m like, dude, what?
Caleb Beaver (00:23):
It’s probably a bunch of propane in your house then.
Mattew Souza (00:26):
That was two days ago.
Sevan Matossian (00:29):
So, so, you know what I did? Bam. We’re like, you know what I did is I, I just taught him how to use it. I’m like, dude, look, you gotta
Mattew Souza (00:35):
Have a lighter and
Sevan Matossian (00:37):
You can’t just turn it on and you gotta light the, you know, the little ring in the fireplace? You
Mattew Souza (00:41):
Got a light? Yeah, you
Sevan Matossian (00:43):
Got a light there? Is that what it’s
Mattew Souza (00:44):
Caleb Beaver (00:44):
Yeah. Pilot light.
Mattew Souza (00:47):
Sevan Matossian (00:48):
Mattew Souza (00:48):
Yes. Pilot light. Yes. Um, just
Sevan Matossian (00:52):
Mattew Souza (00:53):
Sevan Matossian (00:54):
That. I know
Mattew Souza (00:55):
Too. See how that works. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (01:02):
I sent someone, I sent someone something and they’re like, yeah, I’ve already seen this. And I go, I know you’ve already seen this. I’m just letting you know that I know too. You know, like, I sent them something that they thought they only had access to, but just like to flex on ’em. Like, Hey, I got eyeballs over there too.
Mattew Souza (01:16):
<laugh>. You’re on the inside. Yeah. You know? Yeah. You know. Is my internet okay?
Sevan Matossian (01:23):
Um, yeah, you
Mattew Souza (01:24):
Look great. Super choppy. You’d be great. Oh, okay. If,
Sevan Matossian (01:29):
If, if I saw Good morning everyone. Hi, Laura. Steven, Christine. Hi, Natalie. Hi. Good morning everyone. How 23.1 is that today
Mattew Souza (01:41):
Sevan Matossian (01:43):
Means no morning drinking today since I have a show tonight. Um, I didn’t say that out loud, did
Mattew Souza (01:48):
I? <laugh>. Uh,
Sevan Matossian (01:50):
So, uh, if, if I saw someone who was walking around with handcuffs behind their back, they fuck the handcuffs can be in the front. I don’t care where they’re, they’re wearing handcuffs and there’s keys everywhere on the ground.
Mattew Souza (02:08):
Sevan Matossian (02:09):
And I see this person walking around with handcuffs for like fucking six months. At some point, I say to them, Hey, you know, there’s keys on the ground and you can just unshackle yourself, right?
Let’s say it’s not just handcuffs. Let’s say it’s handcuffs in a steel ball that weighs 40 pounds and they’re dragging it. And let’s say that I see the ball bump into them every once in a while. And so they’re covered in bruises. And one day I see ’em and the ball’s bumped into ’em and it’s broken their ankle and they’re on crutches. And so they’re handcuffed. There’s a ball chain to them, and it’s just fucking ruining their life. They can’t get anything done. They look fucking miserable. And yet there’s keys everywhere on the ground. At some point I say to you,
Mattew Souza (02:50):
Caleb Beaver (02:53):
Nah, you just let ’em suffer.
Mattew Souza (02:55):
Yeah. <laugh>, I looked at one of, uh, I
Sevan Matossian (02:58):
Looked at one of my, um, uh, favorite words, uh, words. One of the words I’ve heard more than any other word in my entire youth. It’s because I listened to rap music. The word starts with an end and ends. And er and I looked up that word this morning. Cause I was like, what the fuck does that word even mean? And that word means, uh, um, uh, when, when it, it, first of all, it says it’s the most offensive word in the English language. That’s what the definition was. And I’m like, wow. And the like, like, like that should fucking matter, right? Like, like that’s like some objective. It’s like there’s some objective metric for that. But what, whatever. And then I look up the definition of it. And the definition is, um, uh, when you have, uh, you call that to someone you have contempt against.
So I’m like, what the fuck does contempt mean? And contempt is when you think you’re better than someone. So if you think you’re better than someone, you call them that word. And then I started thinking, we don’t have a society that’s like, Hey, we can set you free from that word. We have a society that demands. We, we live with people. All of you listening, all of you listening, I’m the only one. I’m the only one I know. Very arrogant tomy. But I’m just calling it the way I see it. See it. I’m the only one willing to say, Hey, you don’t have to be offended by that word. It’s just a word. And write down, if you look down is the key. And you can pick it up and set yourself free. And never be offended by any words ever again.
You can set yourself free. You don’t have to wear the handcuffs. You don’t have to drag the ball around. You can set yourself free. A narcissist maybe. Yeah, maybe a narcissist. Or may. Or maybe that’s just an easy thing to call me, to distract from the fact that I’m the only fucking one willing to tell you the truth. It’s kind of irrelevant. Yeah. Yeah. It’s a narcissist. It’s irrelevant that I’m the only one. You’re right. It’s irrelevant. You do not have to be offended by the word that starts with a ch an ends in ink. You don’t have to be offended by the word that starts with, it ends in ick. You don’t have to be offended by any of these words. The keys right there. The thing is, so what’s so crazy is if I, if I pick up the key and hand it to you, the world will turn on me. If I try to set you free from that word, the world will try to fucking kill me.
You do not. Ha. Yeah. That’s a bad word. Don’t ever say that word con. That one is truly bad. <laugh>. Thank you, Mr. Hillary. Sorry, my my I’m almost bulletproof. <laugh>. You do not have to be shackled. You can set. And you know what’s interesting? There’s one for Armenians. It’s called, it’s Armo. But I didn’t learn it until I was like in my thirties. Armo Armo. Yeah. If like, you’re in LA and you call someone an armo, um, that’s like a derogatory, but I didn’t learn it till I was late. So that word doesn’t even work on me cause I didn’t learn it young enough. But not only do we not tell our our fellow man, Hey, you can set yourself free. But if we did, I mean, you know, what made me think of this is there’s this group of girls right now complaining that there’s men in their locker rooms who are changing. They’re complaining that Leah Thompson, um, uh, is changing in their locker room. And that Leah Thompson six four with a huge don. I made up the huge don part, but, but has a don I just assumed Leah’s Thompson confirmed. Huge dog. Yeah. Isn’t that weird? I just assumed Leah has a huge Don <laugh>.
Mattew Souza (06:36):
It would only make sense. It would only make sense.
Sevan Matossian (06:39):
It would only be fair.
Mattew Souza (06:40):
Sevan Matossian (06:42):
Justice. And I’m thinking, where, where’s all the people? Like where’s these chicks, dads and brothers? Where, where, where, where, where are all these like, just to, to, like, if you’re someone’s dad and there’s a boy in your daughter’s locker room, don’t you go in there and drag him out?
Mattew Souza (07:06):
Sevan Matossian (07:07):
Interesting. I’m tripping. I’m so, I’m, Hey. There was a guy, uh, when I was in elementary school who it would happen every couple years. I remember K through six, a guy would pull up in a car at the crosswalks where the kids like walk across with the stop signs. You know, it was like the sixth graders do it. And he’d pull down his pants and show his dick to the kids. Happened every couple years. And it was like terrifying, right?
Mattew Souza (07:29):
Wait, wait, what <laugh> Nobody just stopped. Nobody was like, there’s that.
Sevan Matossian (07:32):
Well, itd be like up the street or no, they’re like, no one knew who it was. You know, it’d be like a not the same. Well, fuck, I don’t know if it’s the same guy or not. You would just hear about it. You know what I mean? Like, you hear the parents being like, well, someone showed their penis to one of the girl cross guards the other day and now, and they’d be like, pictures up if you see this man. You know what I mean? And like, he being like, some sort of fucked up, like chavelle
Mattew Souza (07:52):
Mattew Souza (07:53):
People are so weird.
Sevan Matossian (07:55):
That’s probably the car that like, uh, um, most military guys want too. Like young military guys. Old Chavelle. Is that true, Caleb? I don’t mean to say that young military guys master, but show their dick in public, but just seems like a, anyway, I, I digress. Uh, tho those people were bad. Now it’s okay. Now, now you can go. Not only you can just show your penis to, you can just go into a women’s locker room and show your penis. Not only that, while they undress, this is a bizarre world.
Mattew Souza (08:27):
Not only that, but you’ll be protected by the law.
Sevan Matossian (08:32):
A transformer, Leah, uh, Thomas dropped her pants and exposure. Male genitalia. That’s a penis and balls. I think those, that’s about the summation in a woman’s locker room after a meet a claims university of Kentucky athlete, Riley Gaines. Dude, you gotta snap a photo of that
Mattew Souza (08:51):
Caleb Beaver (08:55):
Apparently she has like a secret Instagram, and he’s like, uh, touting this, like, hit the relationships that he has with other women, like the, his girlfriend or his partner, whatever is, uh, a dude transition or a, a female transitioning to be a male. I think
Sevan Matossian (09:19):
So. I was thinking, how, how are there not? Oh, so he what? Oh, it, it, it’s on an ins. Do you have that Instagram account? I’m
Caleb Beaver (09:26):
Trying to look for it right now. Okay. I just saw it yesterday.
Sevan Matossian (09:28):
So I was just thinking, I was like, yeah, dads won’t stand up for their, um, uh, dads won’t stand up for their daughters. And, uh,
Mattew Souza (09:38):
Well, what would they do?
Sevan Matossian (09:39):
The, I don’t know. But, uh, some, something, I’ll, I’ll come back to that. One second. Let me connect this thought. And I’ll tell you, I’ll tell you what I would do. And, and, and that there’s parents not only not setting their little black and brown and Asian kids free from these words, but they’re demanding. They’re, they’re putting, uh, extra shackles on them. When the kids are born, they’re putting the shackles on them. It’s, it, it is truly fucking bizarre how stupid we are as human beings for how smart we are. Imagine, I, I just can’t get over it. It, it’s just so fun for me to think about all the different ways of how stupid we are. We’re just, kids are born and we’re just putting them on the train track shackled, knowing that a train’s gonna come and hit them eventually. Why even put them there? So I, I was thinking today, I would, I would suggest to all of you and, and, and myself, cuz there’s things that you, you know, if you’re, if you’re a sophomore in high school and someone calls you a pimple face or pizza face, that shit hurts. I get it. But those of you who are adults, pick something today and make sure it never bothers you again. Something so stupid that you’re holding onto Set yourself free. Don’t do it.
Uh, official Ben Shapiro. Insane to think people want guys like this in the locker room with actual women. Ali Thompson appears to have two penises. Oh no, sorry. Ali Thompson appears to have two Instagram accounts. His public account, Leah k Thomas featuring a small handful of generic photos promoting messages like let trans kids play, then a private account. Leah, Tim. And anyway, that poor dude. That can’t be fun. Whatever he’s going through.
Mattew Souza (11:24):
I think what you’re asking for is, is something that everybody’s capable of, but nobody wants to actually take the time to do. Hey. Which is like, choose their response.
Sevan Matossian (11:33):
Right? Or they, and what’s weird is this whole, this whole list of things is on the Democrats side too. Like all of these fucked up things that we just keep bringing up are Democrats. That’s the weird part. Like, like, I’m sorry. How, how many girls have to get raped in high school by a transgender person before you’re like, I’m not a Democrat anymore. I don’t, I don’t get it. Okay. I, I don’t believe in God, but I’m gonna accept that because I just don’t want girls to get raped. Hmm. Like, how about, how about we just, God, your hair looks good. And you used a razor with a blade on it too.
Mattew Souza (12:05):
Sevan Matossian (12:06):
Yeah. Shaved it.
Mattew Souza (12:06):
Yeah. I just did it myself at home.
Sevan Matossian (12:09):
But clean. You didn’t use electric, uh, on your face. That’s
Mattew Souza (12:12):
Oh, I did. I have the same exact one you do. Oh, that’s the green one. The Phillips one that you tried to save your balls with and got minced
Sevan Matossian (12:18):
Meat. Do not do that with thunder balls. <laugh>, that one’s
Mattew Souza (12:21):
Rough. I’m surprised you took that risk. I <laugh> That was bold.
Sevan Matossian (12:26):
Dude. Like 600 paper cuts on my scrotum in like two seconds flat.
Mattew Souza (12:31):
You would’ve been eligible to go into any locker room with that blazer too.
Sevan Matossian (12:36):
So I don’t know, may, maybe I should run for president in har I should run, move to a all like Chinese community or black community, or you got my, I even saw someone I respected the other day call, um, uh, she’s Asian. And um, she said something about how there’s Asian hate. Like she believed that I’m just like, holy fuck. And this chick’s smart. Like, dude, set yourself free from that shit.
Mattew Souza (13:05):
It’s always the invisible though. Like if you look at those people, like those people, I hate to categorize that, but like,
Sevan Matossian (13:10):
No, I like it. I like it. Do it
Mattew Souza (13:12):
<laugh>. Okay. We could do the, we, we could do the, we could do the, the, the Democrat deal, right? It’s like you have to, you have to sit with your thoughts for a little bit. And if you, if you’re somebody who’s gonna sit with your thoughts, you’ll be non-reactive and everything kind of slows down. But most people are reacting to not exactly what’s right in front of ’em, but some sort of insecurities or feelings that they’re harboring from deep down. And I think half the time they don’t even know it. You know, like, so there was somebody on the plane on the way here and they were like, ma’am, you can’t have your bag down at the side. Like you could pick it up and strap it into the seat next to you. And she just got mad right away. That has nothing to do with that interaction. That’s either the habit of that woman always getting broke up and then underneath that habit is a layer of whatever the hell she’s never dealt with, right? Right. And so I just think we have a ton of people that just haven’t dealt with their own shit or their traumas for their past or something like that. And so they’re waiting for that moment. And some of the people that get offended by those words are like waiting for it to happen. So they could have an excuse to loud,
Sevan Matossian (14:17):
Don’t tell me that, that word doesn’t mean anything. You don’t know the struggle of my people. You don’t know the history of that word. And they just go down this litany of reasons to stay offended.
Mattew Souza (14:24):
Sevan Matossian (14:26):
I’m sorry, here’s the key to your handcuffs. I’m sorry I even showed them to you. I’m just gonna set them. Nevermind. It’s not a key to your handcuff. You, you’re right. You are a piece of shit. Let me just throw that away. Stay locked up after life. Exactly.
Mattew Souza (14:35):
Yes. They would kill you over you trying to free them from that
Sevan Matossian (14:38):
Mattew Souza (14:38):
Sevan Matossian (14:39):
It’s so much easier. Hey, that’s a great animation. Me trying to set, or just some character trying to set someone free and they get killed. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Hey, it’s, it’s uh, it’s like that, like trying to get a cat outta barb wire. There was this cat one time stuck in Barb, and I tried to set it free. I was, it was gonna fucking kill
Mattew Souza (14:53):
And it would just go crazy itself, dude. Right. And continue to get itself worse. I mean that’s,
Sevan Matossian (14:56):
I would rather fucking work on a running lawnmower than try to free a cat from fucking, uh, yeah.
Mattew Souza (15:03):
Yeah. And so I just think you have, and I don’t even know if it’s a Republican Democrat. I just think you basically have,
Sevan Matossian (15:09):
Well, right now it’s a Democrats. I if if we’ve unfucked the Democrats, then I’m sure then the Republican then next thing thing we know the Christians will be fucking like, burning people for being naked. I mean, but right now it’s the Democrats, right?
Mattew Souza (15:20):
Sure. I mean, I just think it’s, it’s cuz you could go, I, I hate the label of like this or that black or white, you know, Democrat, republican, blah, blah. Because it doesn’t allow for all the gray area and the nuance in between that it, that is the world we live in. I mean, how many things are actually just binary? We could come up with, well, I killed somebody, you’re a terrible person. Well, they broke into my house and they were coming after your kids. Oh, you’re a hero. Yeah. Same act. Yeah. Different context. And so every time, you know, it’s hard to go back and forth and say, well, this is right and this is wrong because it just depends on the context of the situation. And, and mostly as human beings, we just don’t enact upon the thing that separates from every single el living thing on this planet, which is our ability to choose the response, to sit down, slow down and say, Hey, do I really even want to react to this? And it’s hard, like you’ve had somebody like cut you off on the freeway or do something right front
Sevan Matossian (16:13):
And you, there’s some dude changing in your girl’s locker room at 13 year old <laugh>, 13 year old boy changing river.
Mattew Souza (16:18):
Yeah. To the extreme. Okay. And so, you know, how do you, how do you process that? And then choose whatever response that you wanna have. But that goes back to the question that I originally had. So if they were at yours, the school with your daughter, like what is the appropriate response in your
Sevan Matossian (16:36):
Get a video camera and just go start talking to everyone.
Mattew Souza (16:40):
So just expose the way the
Sevan Matossian (16:41):
Group talk to the principal. Yeah, talk to the principal. Like, like, so if my daughter goes to that university, I go outside the university, and when the dean comes out, I’m like, Hey, are you cool? Do you have a daughter? And there’s like, here’s, I found this picture of you and your family on the internet. Are you okay with Leah Thompson? Uh, this isn’t actually Leah Thompson, but this is a man who’s six four is naked. Are you okay with, and I put the pictures together. Are you okay with your daughter? And, uh, and Leah Thompson being in the same locker room together. And I, her, I fucking grind on him. And I do the same thing with the pro, the provost of the school, the dean of the school, the president of the school. I find Leah Thompson’s parents. I just start going around if I, anyone who I can talk to and I do a full, full, uh, full campaign, I start look, I start finding out, maybe I hire my daughter a bodyguard, and I find out what the laws are of a men changing, uh, a penis. And the, um, here’s the thing. They think that they’re trickiness by calling. Well they are tricking us by calling it, um, a transgender. Like they’ve made up this word.
Like it’s just, we, we should, we just need to stop using they’ve, they’ve completely tricked the fucking, I just see it every day too. This word, gender being used. Stop using it. There’s, there’s such thing. It’s imaginary shit.
Mattew Souza (17:52):
Hey, own the definition on the word.
Sevan Matossian (17:53):
Yeah. Just say that’s a dude stop. Like, that’s a dude and it’s a mental illness. Just call it what you want. Don’t be afraid. You have a fucking mental illness and you’re a, I believe I should be free to think. And it shouldn’t be offensive that you have a mental illness. If you have a penis and you wish you didn’t and, um, and you’re a dude no matter what, you’re a boy. End of story. If you want to call yourself transgender, that’s fine. But, but you’re, and, and for some reason that gets you a pass into that locker room without the police coming. I, it’s so weird to me, and no one can explain it. All they can do is call you names like transphobic or something. No one’s like actually chevon when you cut off your penis. You, you know what I mean? Or actually, when you think you’re a girl, you become a girl. Oh, can I think myself into being a dolphin? Like what, where does that,
Mattew Souza (18:48):
Hey, you said something earlier about like, uh, I, I believe in God, but then I allow these things to, to exist or whatever. Like there’s no pushback against it from different religious communities. At least not in the masses. Right? Was that kind of the claim that you, you had made earlier? I
Sevan Matossian (19:03):
Don’t, I don’t remember, but keep going.
Mattew Souza (19:05):
Well, it was, I I I forget where the stat was, but it was something like how like we’re completely devoid of religion, like in our country. Yeah. And that, that when that foundation left, you could tell how weak it is. Because when things like this are ushered in, there is no, and like there’s no religious groups or anything like that, that are pushing back against it saying that it’s against, it’s against my religion. But if you were to try to do this, you know, even 30 years ago, you probably would’ve had more of ’em. So does that mean that we’re just completely in the absence of religion, like as a society in, in total in the United States?
Sevan Matossian (19:37):
Uh, or, or, or, or whatever. Or, or Yes. Or whatever religion comes with values, morals, uh, social pressures. You know what I mean? Like Yeah. Cause you know what I mean? Like did, there’s a, on the other side of it, right, there was like, if, if a woman cheated on a man and the height of the Christian era, they stoned her. I mean, like, we can’t have that
Mattew Souza (19:57):
Sevan Matossian (19:58):
<laugh>, um, uh, seban, I appreciate it that you’re not only just focused on the dude, um, uh, uh, uh, the girls seeing the dude, but I also appreciate it that you’re sensitive to the fact that we don’t want the dude looking at our naked daughter. You’re welcome, Adam. Yes. It’s, it’s both. We don’t, we don’t want the Did you like how I edited that <laugh>? That’s good. We, we don’t, we don’t want like, oh yeah. I don’t need the guy seeing my daughter naked either or, or my wife or, yeah. I, I don’t, it’s, and why is that? Why, why don’t I want a bunch of dude? Because I know how dudes work. We all know how dudes work. We all know how dudes work. We don’t, we don’t want dudes having unfettered access to our naked women.
Mattew Souza (20:44):
Wait, so you mean not
Sevan Matossian (20:45):
Even the best dudes? Not even the dudes.
Mattew Souza (20:48):
So if I were to transition, you mean that that switch doesn’t flip off?
Sevan Matossian (20:52):
No. That no. Dude, what’s crazy is, is could be to all those dudes, the vast majority of those dudes who are in the women’s prison who are cl or in the women’s prison who are, who are still men who are claiming that they’re women, those dudes also claim lesbian. Meaning they’re straight, they’re claiming that they’re women, but they’re lesbian and then they go to the women’s prison and then they fuck these chicks with their penises.
Mattew Souza (21:17):
Sevan Matossian (21:17):
It’s crazy. I know. I was just reading this whole thing on it. It’s fucking nuts.
Mattew Souza (21:21):
Caleb Beaver (21:22):
Sometimes I have a really hard time wrapping my head around all of this <laugh>, like, it takes me like probably an extra 30 seconds to just dissect what was just said.
Sevan Matossian (21:30):
Uh, I know someone who’s transitioned in 2011 and has been, I don’t even know what that means by the way. Transition. Does it still have a penis and has been living her life in the, in her new community? More just fucking bullshit. Like what, what do you mean her new community, but Mars and being a productive citizen. <laugh> Okay, fine. Works volunteers a ton where at the children’s library and is an advocate for women’s shelter?
Mattew Souza (21:56):
I don’t understand. I don’t,
Caleb Beaver (21:58):
Honestly, I don’t believe anything that Trish says, so
Sevan Matossian (22:02):
I can’t go all or nothing on. Yeah. I I’m not all or nothing. Oh, I’m all I, well I am all or nothing. I don’t want men with penises near, uh, naked girls. Unless the girls say, unless the girls have approved it.
Mattew Souza (22:15):
Yeah, I was gonna say the only thing that you’ve, uh, stayed like, not, the only thing, the one thing that you’re really consistent on with this is do whatever you want if it doesn’t affect anybody else, but once it affects the schools, and once you’re allowing, legally allowing men in locker room with women’s in, locking them up in prison together, that’s where the line has just been pushed too far.
Sevan Matossian (22:33):
Uh, Savon, I wanna push you because you just flippantly said in the height of the Christian era, women were stoned for cheating on their husbands. When did that happen? I, I, I, I apologize. I completely made that up. That was a complete fantasy of mine, of, of me, uh, having a bias towards what I think is a, uh, it is my bias towards religious people. I apologize. I’m slowly working on that. Thank you. Bear with me. Someone find me. When Christian Stone went,
Mattew Souza (23:01):
<laugh> <laugh>, Caleb, find that article. Uh,
Sevan Matossian (23:05):
Mattew Souza (23:05):
It up now. <laugh>,
Sevan Matossian (23:07):
Um, uh, sev on both of my parents are correctional officers in prison told me a story that, uh, they would take inmates to the hospital for sex changes. That’s your tax dollars at work people. Yeah. A a cop the other day is, a friend of mine was trying to explain to me, it’s not like that, it’s not really as bad as they make it seem. And I’m like, dude, you only need one. You only need one dude in the women’s prison raping women for it to be as bad as I think it seems.
Mattew Souza (23:30):
Yeah. Then it shows that that doesn’t work and it’s not going to,
Sevan Matossian (23:34):
Uh, four, uh, 49 anyway. Um, now, you know, there’s, you, you, you can, you can set yourself free and not be offended by stuff. Just pick up the key, unshackle yourself anytime you’re offended. Let’s try to, uh, take the opportunity to, um, set our service free from, um, that offense. Let’s add texture and meaning and relativity to our life elsewhere. Oh, okay. Yeah. Here we go. Samantha, or whatever your name was with the cool red hair, uh, they bring in a woman accusing her of committing adultery, claiming she caught, which was caught in the very act of taking the d They tell Jesus that the punishment for someone like her should be stoning and prescribed by mosaic law. Jesus begins to write something on the ground using his finger. Huh? That wasn’t his finger. When the women’s accusers continue their challenge, he states that the one who’s without sin is the one who should cast the first stone. Oh, that’s awesome.
Mattew Souza (24:33):
Sevan Matossian (24:34):
Alright, fine. Fuck it. Christians are good. They never, they never fucking stoned anyone. <laugh> bad example. Even their leader doesn’t, uh, think that you should stone women for anything they did. They’re side, side action. Hey, and then what if Jesus just started throwing rocks at her? Because like he has, he’s like, I’m
Mattew Souza (24:51):
Without, I’m without sin. Fuck this bitch. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (24:56):
Uh, yeah. That, that is always the case. By the way, sev, I met an 11 year old girl who was transitioning to a boy. A parents had crazy psych issues. Yeah. So the two, I know two families, uh, one that changed their boy to a girl. I, I don’t know if they did it medically, but they, but they, they walked their boy into allowing him to do what he wants. And I just watched them walk their boy into being a girl. And then I watched, uh, another parent that has two girls, um, walk their girls into being boys. And I just sat, I, I I, well, I tried to push back. I tried to explain to ’em that, you know what it was with the, the one that had girls, they didn’t want their girls to be girly girls. And they pushed so hard in that direction that they turned them into boys. And it’s like, dude,
Mattew Souza (25:43):
What do you mean girly girls? They
Sevan Matossian (25:44):
Didn’t want anything. Like, didn’t like, they didn’t like the toe pointing in gymnastics. They didn’t want their kids wearing pink. They didn’t like, they pushed so hard that they, they pushed the the boys to boys.
Mattew Souza (25:54):
Oh. So they just pushed their,
Sevan Matossian (25:55):
Let their kids let, let their kid, their girls cut their own hair.
Mattew Souza (25:59):
So they just put their shit on to their kids. Projected
Sevan Matossian (26:02):
All that. Yes, yes, yes. It’s always like that. Yes.
Mattew Souza (26:05):
Sevan Matossian (26:06):
There’s a, there’s a great, there’s some great, uh, stuff coming out. Also, I just saw this thing of this, these, uh, two, this lesbian couple that has two boys, and how they basically turned one of their boys into a girl because they felt the social pressure, but they knew in their hearts all along whatever that means, their hearts that it was wrong. And now they’re trying to fix it.
Hey, I know something. I wanna tell you this. As a parent, if you allow your child under your watch to, uh, gen uh, do genital mutilation, um, you will eventually wake up and live the worst possible fucking horror. Um, you will feel a guilt that will be so bad that you will probably end up having to kill yourself. I’m, I’m just, I’m, I’m, that’s, I’m not even like saying it like in a mean way. I’m giving you a free public service message. If you interfere with your child’s sexual direction and push a boy to be a girl and, and, uh, and advocate for it and become a docent of their genital mutilation, at some point you will wake up. We all get red pilled. It’s not, no one goes from red pill to blue pill. You ding Dons figure that out. Think about that for a second.
Mattew Souza (27:10):
<laugh>. That’s the first time I heard that. But I think that, that by and large is pretty true.
Sevan Matossian (27:16):
There’s this, um, thi thing in the Bible. Don’t, uh, don’t be a dog and return to your vomit. You know, like, don’t, don’t go back once you’re red pill. Don’t go back. Uh, thank you. Brought to you by California hormones. So you will feel horrible. It’s, it’s the thing, that’s the thing with the abortion thing too. Like, don’t, don’t do that. This, don’t do abortion. Don’t do heroin and don’t transition your kid. Because in the end, like, and if you so believe that your kid is a boy, your boy child is a girl, just wait till they’re 18 and let them do it. Do not put any of those things on your conscience. Your conscience. You sleep with your conscience. It’s, it’s there behind your eyeballs. You don’t want stuff on your mind. Uh, a dog returns to his vomit. So a fool repeats his folly. God, you’re good today, Caleb. It’s an foreign aphorism. What, what, what does that mean,
Mattew Souza (28:07):
Aphorism? I’ll look it up.
Sevan Matossian (28:09):
Uh, it’s an aphorism, which appears in the book of Proverbs in the Bible. Proverbs 26 11. Oh, I’m gonna use that next time. Froning on, uh, rich a Proverbs 26 11 Hebrew.
Mattew Souza (28:18):
Just a little flexo <laugh>. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (28:20):
Yeah, yeah. As a dog returns to his do vomit. So a fool repeats his folly. Is that why you’re not gonna ever enter the games as an individual? Again, I don’t know if that works, but
Mattew Souza (28:29):
<laugh> <laugh> smooth transition. That’s a big segue there. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (28:36):
Oh, of course a lot of queer people I know were abused by same sex adults when they were, of course by any, but not even same sex dude. If you fucking that, that’s why you can’t have sex with kids. Cuz you’ll fuck them up. They’re not made for that. They’re not made for that at all. You’ll fuck them up and they will, uh, that, that’s exactly what happens. That’s the, that’s the 50 cent psycho-analysis. That’s true. Anywhere from 51% to a hundred percent of the time. Um, uh, uncle Buck touches Saev when he’s, uh, four. Uh, and, um, then Savon, uh, either becomes hypersexualized or wants to become a woman or wants to do something to compensate for those horrors of having Uncle Buck, uh, make me blown from when I was four to 12. The, by the way, I should use a, I’m Armenian a hundred percent. It should be a different uncle. Uh, like <laugh>, um, like Uncle Huda, you know what I mean? They, he wants some fucking Yeah, he have some fucking Armenian name. And I’d always be picking pubes outta my mouth.
Mattew Souza (29:38):
Sevan Matossian (29:41):
I’m just trying to keep the story realistic. Uncle Hot. Where’s your penis? It’s in there. Keep looking <laugh>. There’s crumbs from your BCC lava down here. Uh, don’t worry about it. Oh yeah, he’d probably sprinkle sprinkle B lava down there on his pube. So I’d go down there and blah. I know BCC lava is, but.
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