#891 – Live Call In | Up To The Stratosphere

Sevan Matossian (00:05):

Bam, we’re live. Uh, you know, there is a chance, maybe even a good chance that, uh, we don’t, uh, have Brian friend on the show if it’s not for California Hormones. You guys should know that that’s a huge, huge, crazy relevant sponsor, uh, to this show.


The fact that Brian Friend comes on here, uh, on average once a week. And so, uh, please be thankful to them. Uh, even go over to their Instagram and thank them for sponsoring the show. But if you are interested, if you are interested, and they are gonna start selling peptides, which doesn’t require any, uh, I don’t think that requires any doctor stuff. I think if, if you just start researching peptides or you go speak to a doctor, um, that’s something that you can kind of administer and, uh, prescribe yourself. But if it, like, I wanna repeat again, if it wasn’t for California Hormones, people like Brian Friend, there’s a good chance we wouldn’t be having them on the show. So remember that ca hormones.com, use the code word Seon, S e v A n, and, uh, you can get a free doctor’s consultation. And if you’re in California, especially in the Orange County area, you can also get free blood work.


And it looks like that free blood work will be coming to places like Nevada, New York, Florida, Arizona, and more. And, uh, the good thing, what’s interesting about the sponsors, uh, Sarah, Sarah Cox, uh, California Hormones, they are very close to the show. They are, uh, supporters of the show. Along with, when I say they, I’m also talking about the guy who made these cups, and the guy who basically, I mean, I mean, both of these people have taken such good care of me, uh, Gabe over at Paper Street Coffee and Sarah, uh, they’ve taken the, um, the initiative to be sponsors of this show. So, while other shows are like going out and actively searching for sponsors, those two have come to us and actively just said, Hey, we wanna support the show. How can we support it? And it just so happens that they have businesses.


It’s, it’s a, it’s a pretty crazy relationship. And it sometimes, I think we have like four other sponsors lined up. Oh, and, and, and I should say this also a birth fit. Uh, now Birth Fit is also a sponsor of the show. Uh, once again, uh, I had Lindsay on, oh, I don’t know, a long time ago, but with no interest of getting her as a sponsor, just someone I wanted to get as a guest, and I couldn’t be happier to have them involved also. So you got Birth fit, something I’m, you guys all know I’m hugely passionate about, uh, babies being born, uh, mamas crazy, crazy, passionate about that, the proper, the, the giving women and, and men, the proper tools for, uh, babies coming into this world. Uh, we got, uh, paper, streete, coffee. Uh, I’m a straight addict. And, uh, Sarah Cox, who’s just been in pa in, uh, California Hormones, who’s been just crazy supportive.


And, and when I do shows like show we did last night, um, trying to kind of expand into the golf space, even though that was probably the worst show I’ve ever done, totally my fault. Uh, those shows don’t happen without California hormones. So thank you to all those guys. Uh, Philip Kelly, I love California Hormones. Thank you. And we will be having, um, if you wanna know more about California hormones, uh, Andrew Hillard does a show called Testosterone on Tuesday. You should check that out. And we do have guests on regularly. Philip Kelly, uh, Gary Roberts, uh, Kat Shear, who’s on the schedule, who have, um, had relationships with California hormones who do have relationships with California hormones. And then I have them on and pick their brain. And I don’t do that because they’re, well, I do that because they’re my sponsor, but they don’t ask me to do that. I do that cuz I’m curious. I wanna stay up to date. Like, um, uh, California Hormones isn’t going away if I don’t have Philip on or Cat on or Gary on or or whatnot. Anyway, uh, Savon is becoming more and more viable with all these sponsors. Viable, viable. Oh yeah, always. There’s always a price here. I’m so viable. What Val, what value do we add? Yeah, what value do you add? There you go. Uh, okay.


Yesterday, I, um, I was taking the boys to get a hamburger, my fasting day. Brutal to do that on my fasting day Anyway, so I take the boys to get a hamburger on, on the way to do it. I call my mom and I say, Hey mom, you wanna come with us to get lunch? She said, yeah, I’m, I’m just about to do a workout. I said, okay, I’ll be over there in 45 minutes. So I go over there, knock on my mom’s door, she’s all sweaty. She just finished her workout. She gets in the car and, uh, we go get a burger. We hang out. Uh, me and the three boys, my wife and my mom, good time. Uh, that’s where I made the video on my Instagram, uh, yesterday, showing the bathroom in there, the, the toilet in the men’s room. If you haven’t seen that, it’s very enlightening, especially if you’re a woman.


I don’t think women’s bathrooms have that right. They don’t have that lid where you can use your foot to lift the, the seat up. Anyway, you can, you can check it out at SevOne Rinsta. And, uh, when we got to my mom’s house, I was gonna walk my mom to the door and I opened the side door and I told, asked one of my boys, Hey, do one of you wanna walk? Uh, meite, that’s grandmother in Armenian to, to her front door. It’s, it’s, it’s close. We’re in her driveway, you know, it’s, it’s 40 feet, 50 feet.


And, uh, one of my boys, Joseph, says, I’ll do it. And he jumps up and jumps out of the car. And as my mom gets out of the car too, my mom shows him how to put his hand, like on his waist so that my mom can hold his arm so he can walk. My mom and I watch my mom show him how to be there, present for a woman. And, and you can even do it for a man, right? But walk her to, uh, her front stoop up the stairs to the door. Is that thing that thing’s called a stoop, is that right? A stoop, a porch. And then, and then my mom gives, uh, my six-year-old her keys and he opens the door for her and lets her in the house.


I cannot tell you the joy that brings me, watching my mom teach him what she taught me. I don’t remember that exact lesson. I don’t remember that exact lesson, but I, but I, but I have this like montage, this, this, I don’t know what it is, a stain glass mosaic of the lessons my mom taught me on how to treat women. You walk on the street side, you walk at the speed that they walk, you hold the door open, you stand up when they enter the room. And what’s cool is, as these, as I’ve gotten older, I don’t, these things aren’t just things you do for women. They’re things you do for, for everybody. But anyway, it’s, it’s, it’s, uh, it’s so good. Um, when, you know, often I ask my guests to define presence, and, and those are, I think those are the things that, because I’m present often I attempt to be present often, those are the things I catch, right?


So I wanna walk my mom to the door, and then I have the thought, maybe I should offer it to one of the boys. And I see that thought. I’m aware of that thought and, and I offer it up and, and the shit happens. Yeah. I it is, it is, uh, uh, sounds like the words of sexist and misogyny. It, there is, there is some, um, there is, there is some sexism there. You know what it is? It’s, um, it’s, it’s accepting the truth that a portion of our job as men is to protect women and children. And so, I, I don’t, I I know you’re being funny, uh, Jeremy and I like it. But it is a, it is a portion of our duty to, I dunno if protect is the right word.


It’s a healthy behavior. I’ll work on the word, but maybe protect isn’t the word, but there is a, um, I don’t know to, to use wills that the guy who calls into the show, the super Christian dude, uh, it’s, it’s, it’s part of the natural law. And so you could even think of it in a selfish way. If you don’t do that stuff as a hu as a man, you’re not, um, you’re not letting what happen. It it, it’s like holding in a shit like the natural laws that you sit on the toilet and can take a deuce, drop a deuce. And so there is the natural law also that, and there’s natural law. You get tired, you close your eyes, you go to sleep. There is also a natural law of a man, uh, in, in, in moment in his natural state is doing those types of things.


Yeah. Protect is the word. Okay. Mark Entk, protect his word. It has nothing to do with, like, I’m starting to realize this, this natural law thing. I, I, I don’t wanna use it as a crutch, as an intellectual crutch, but, but, um, it’s like breathing. Just, you’re, you just know you’re supposed to do it. Uh, you wanna know what else supposed to do. Women aren’t supposed to go to war there. I said it, uh, women aren’t, women are not supposed to go to war at all. Uh, maybe there’s special ex, uh, exception, like in some sort of cyop or some sort of, uh, like manipulating men as a spy. But women are not supposed to go to war. Men, women are not supposed to be in the military. I, I know someone’s gonna hate that, but Yeah. Or be police officers, correct? Yep. Yeah. It, it just, it just is that way. I, I’m just, it just, it just is that way.


Uh, may, maybe somewhere in, maybe somewhere in the organization, there is a, is a, a place for them, but it’s just not, um, it’s not, um, God, I, I need something better than natural law. I, I just can’t fall on that. So until then, you can go ahead and call me a bigot or an asshole. I’ll, I’ll accept it. Uh, but, but, but, but I will, but I will, I will fix it. Um, uh, Clyde Media, good morning. Uh, Scott, I actually have a hard time thinking straight when protecting my wife and daughter or friends. I’m so adamant, uh, adamant about it. I lose some control functions. Yeah, totally. I, I totally understand that. Um, one time there was a guy who kicked my dog. I was homeless at the time, and we were in a field and a guy kicking my dog. Huge dude.


And I had a great Dane and I, the not, not in any world or reality, can I beat this guy up. Not in any world. I’m a skinny 143 pound, uh, homeless guy. This fucking big fucking jack dude in the park kicked my dog. And I fucking, I, I I, I just saw red and I fucking told, I just ran over, told him, and I told him I’d kill him. And he, I scared the death out him. And he fucking ran to his car and got in his car and left. And it was because I was, fuck, I was like, what Scott was saying, completely lost all I went fucking bonkers.


Shit. Fucking bonkers. It’s probably, I can’t even imagine the shit I said. No. So, yeah, I, I, I hear you. Okay, I wanna get through a ton of shit today. Uh, my, my list is like at 600. There’s so much to get through. Um, you know, as these things come out, you know, remember, remember the last few days we’ve been talking about the, the, the fact that if you have a good credit score, that you have to pay more money. And that if you were to put it for, for your mortgage, so basically if you have a credit score over six 80, you get, you have to pay more for your mortgage than someone who pay, who has a credit score under six 80. And it’s a new law that Biden has passed. I don’t even know how they passed that. I don’t know how that works.


But basically, um, it is a rewarding people who, well, it’s punishing people who have a good credit score in order to take care of people who have a worse credit score. And I, and basically we showed, if you do the math, it’s basically if you have a, let’s say you get two, two mortgages at 30 years each, it’s basically almost taking $4 million from you. And you go, SAEV, how do you figure it’s only $500 a year times 60 years? That’s only $30,000. If you were to put that $500 in a mutual fund every year for 60 years, and it doubled every seven years, it basically they’re taking three, four, 5 million from you easily the opportunity. So they’re, you’re, you’re basically paying them and they’re taking away an opportunity for you. You have to also remember at that point, you’re trusting other people how they spend their money better than you.


I’m gonna give you another example of something that happened yesterday. Yesterday before I took my kids to go get a hamburger with my mom. I went to a local school. I, I dunno what you’d call it, a vaudeville production or something. It was basically what the, this school, it’s called the Orchard School. It’s in my area. And basically they put on a performance at a theater. And the theater probably sits three or 400 people. And the kids do little sketches and performances. They ride on unicycles. It’s cool shit. They ride on unicycles. Um, they juggle, they do little skits, they do comedy skits. It’s all this stuff. It’s like some really cool hippie shit. And we get there and it’s sold out, and we haven’t bought our tickets yet. So the guy comes out and says, Hey, I’m gonna let about a hundred people sit in the front row on the ground, but we won’t accept credit card.


We only accept cash and we don’t accept Venmo or any of those app things. So you have to pay with cash. So first of all, we’re in line in, in, in kind of the waiting line to see if we can get in. And the reason we want to go for two reasons, I think my kids will enjoy it. But second, there’s some kids that we know who are in my kids’ tennis class who are performing in it. So we’re there waiting in line with like, the backup line, and I’m kind of initiating the whole thing. I’m like, where should we wait while we’re in line? I, yeah, I, I just, I’m just leading in a, in a bunch of different ways, like making sure that, that, uh, everything’s cool. So, so first of all, I congratulate the guy for being, being sold out. Like the principles there.


I say, Hey, congratulations on being sold out. I said, Hey, where can we wait so that when you do open it up for the extra seats or for the people who can sit in the front row, we we’re in line. And he goes, oh, the good idea. Wait over there. I said, cool, no problem. So we go over there and there was a family that was there before us, so I make sure that they’re in front of us. So they come over to me at, right, right before the show starts and they’re like, Hey, it’s um, it’s $15 per adult and $7 per child. And the first thing I say is I say, Hey, uh, this guy was, uh, uh, before me, right? And soon as I said that, I wanted to say Trump 2024. Cuz you have to understand I’m in the complete libtard hive, right? And I wanted to say that like, look like, like no, like no one else would’ve said no. Those other people aren’t gonna say that shit. It’s the same thing. Like if I’m walking and I see dog shit, I look behind me and tell the person behind me, Hey, heads up dog shit.


Like, like shit that you would see in the south. People in, I know some of you who live in the south are like, what do you mean that’s just normal behavior? No, it’s not, not in California. It really is not. You do not see these type types of thing. You, you never see men stand for women or when they walk into the room in California, you do not see that. Anyway, so, so I tell the fa, I tell the family and I wanna say Trump 2024. Then the guy is short a dollar in front of me for his family. It, he, it’s uh, $42. All he has is $41. I immediately hand, uh, uh, a dollar cause I got a big fat water of cash. Cause I ball, I immediately hand. And he’s like, oh, thank you. Then as I’m paying, I I, I, uh, my $49 for my family, right? Was that right? 15 plus 15 is 30 plus 21 for the kids. Oh shit, it was $51.


Is that right? Uh, said 21 plus. Oh shit, I think I only paid 49. And the lady said, I trust you. Oh, you want to hear something crazy? I just thought of, oh fuck, I fucked the guy $3. Anyway, so as we’re going in, the people behind me, I hear the lady say, oh shit, we’re short $12. And I turn around and I make eye contact with her and I give her $12. And I think, again, to myself, I really want to say Trump 2024. Cuz I want these people to know that these fucking libtard that won’t make eye contact with homeless people or look the weather way or won’t have conversations about what abortion is. They do that all the time. When the train goes by with the Jews in it, they just sing louder. They don’t, they don’t face reality. They don’t. No one wants, none of those people want to have the conversation that men are now taking over women’s sports. Oh, they’re isolated situations.


They don’t have their social awareness. They don’t have the courtesy, they don’t have the thoughtfulness, they don’t have the, the, they’re in general, my experience with Republicans from the south is that there are a, a much more friendly, open, generous class of people. Period. End of story. Not even close. That’s it. Those are my stories from yesterday. But I was just thinking the whole time, I wanted to let those people know, hey, I’m one of those scumbags, I’m one of those scumbags that thinks that chopping off penises on 12 year old boys’ general mutilation. Yep. That’s me.


I, I asked my son yesterday in the car, what’s three times 17? He said, 51. I said, that’s one of those things that will come up over and over and over in life. And my wife said, uh, really? And I said, yeah, I don’t know why, but it does for me. And then look it, I was just thinking that, that, that, uh, those tickets were $51 and I fucked it up and I only paid 49. Uh, Savon, uh, you’ve never said anything more true. This is from a fellow Northern Californian nerd. By the way, Philip Kelly lives close to me. He totally knows. We, we roll with the same people. They walk around like this. Our cohort walks around like this, these people will not know anything is happening until something happens to like, like they might not even know. Then you see, you see these parents at the board, you see these libtard parents at the school board meetings. Um, my daughter was, um, she was beat up in the bathroom by a boy. Uh, could we not let boys in the girls’ bathrooms? I mean, I, I don’t wanna offend anyone. It’s like that.


I’m really, I’m really tripping. I’m really tripping on how, uh, did you see? Well, let’s just get, let’s just get to it. Let’s dig in. This is fun. Let’s dig in. Okay, I don’t know where to start. I’m gonna, I’m gonna play this just so I can get it off the list. I’ll played this before, but it’s important to play again. This was, um, apropo at the time. It, uh, came out in my life. Uh, we’ve played this before. Let’s start with, uh, our dear friend, uh, Joe Rogan, um, uh, dropping bombs. Uh, here we go. Mr. Joe, thank you for doing your part, Joe. God, we’re lucky. We have you. And here we go. Action

Speaker 2 (19:58):

Of every single country that’s ever existed other than the United States, up until 1776, every fucking country that has ever existed was run by dictators, right? All of them. This is the first one where you had elected officials. This is the first experiment in self-government that actually worked. And it created the greatest superpower of the world’s ever known. It created the greatest cultural machine, the greatest machine of art and creativity and innovation, right? Fucking here. And how did it do that? It did it through freedom. Because when you give people freedom, you let people do whatever the fuck they want to do. They actually find ways to succeed and grow and thrive. But as soon as you put the boots to them, as soon as you tell them you have to do this or you can’t do that, you have to listen to me. Now you have a mini dictator. You have one step away from a king. You have a one step closer, you’re moving one step closer to dictatorship. That’s what the fuck is happening. The

Sevan Matossian (20:58):

History. He’s not lying. He’s not lying. I re I I repeat those Democrats and socialists. They will stack bodies like cordwood. They’re gonna try to do it. I hate, I hate to be doomsday. Thank you Joe, for, uh, your appearance on the, uh, salon podcast says, uh, this says copycat. Let’s see what this is. Number two. I I normally don’t start at the top. This is number two. Here we go. Uh oh. What is this? What is this? What is this? Uh, okay, I’m checking the comments. Uh, corn Julio, uh, Savon. I’m sure it’s worse in northern California, but even here in Arizona, it’s really bad with these people. Yeah, I i in, in sometimes you just feel sorry for them. Like in those situations yesterday, I just feel sorry for ’em. They’re so meek. They’re so weak. They’re so, and then, and, but, but there, there’s, I don’t think there’s a place to feel sorry for them. Okay, here we go. Let’s see. What is this nonsense here?

Speaker 3 (22:13):

Sir? I’m so sorry. I like my wallet at home and I need to get some tampons. You have a couple dollars you can spare.

Sevan Matossian (22:23):

Caller. Hi. Oh, hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on, hold on. Caller. Hi.

Michael (22:30):

Good morning, Michael. See?

Sevan Matossian (22:31):

Hey, what’s up Michael?

Michael (22:32):

I’m gonna make it, make it quick this morning. I was listening to your show yesterday. I hate when I don’t catch it, but I was listening to yesterday and then, uh, I’m glad you kinda picked up where, where you left off far as, you know, schools and public schools and all that stuff. So there’s a group of superintendents from SoCal that went traveling, uh, California, and they went up to the capitol and went to go meet with some, some state legislators. They sent out their 23 year old interns and would even come and see superintendents. These are the guys that are and girls that are responsible for our kids. And that’s the part that I think that’s broken in the system is we have these legislators and elect that, that allow these 23, 24 year old interns to write whatever the hell they want. And they’re halfway engaged when they’re reviewing this stuff. So,

Sevan Matossian (23:19):

Yeah. Uh, we get older. I experienced the same thing when I went to Washington, uh, with Greg. And we would sit down with so-called senators or congressmen and it would be just a room full of the, the fucking dumbest kids you’ve ever met, the dumbest kids you’ve ever met. Posturing little fucks.

Michael (23:35):

It’s crazy. Yeah, it’s crazy, brother. Happy Monday.

Sevan Matossian (23:37):

Okay. Thank you. Uh, I, I do wanna say this guy’s. Uh, so in regards to those, uh, loans, those loans and the money that you’re gonna pay, that, that is the beginning of the social, well, I dunno if it’s the beginning, but that is the social credit system. Basically what they’re doing is they’re putting you in prison. Everyone will have the same sheets. Everyone will go out at the yard at the same time. And one of the things about prison is, is if there’s a fight in the yard, everyone pays the price. There’s a lockdown for everyone. So Joe and Bob get in a fight and all 1000 people in the prison now are in lockdown. That’s what’s happening. They’re running society like a prison. Jamal has a bad credit car, uh, credit score.


And so, um, uh, Marcus now has to fucking pay an extra $50 a month. It’s fucking bullshit. Yeah. Ya uh, social, uh, credit system funds people’s irresponsibility at the cost of being responsible. And guess who gets the money? Manny Spiegel. I’m politically homeless. There’s nowhere to go for moderates. I’m liberal about some things and I’m conservative about others. Here’s the thing for me, it doesn’t even matter. I’m not, I’m not either. I’m just, I I have to get rid. I, i, i, it’s come to any means necessary. So let’s say, uh, I, let’s say I have a, I see a gopher in my yard. I will chop its head off with a shovel, a smoke bomb. Um, I’ll let a cat in the yard. It doesn’t matter. I have to get rid of the gophers or I’m going to lose my crop. That’s where I’m at. We, we, we’ve reached a, uh, Malcolm X uh, situation. So I think this is a joke. I forget why I chose this clip, but I think it’s a take. You know that guy who usually asks people for a couple dollars and then gives away like a thousand dollars if they say yes, I think this is a joke. This is a woman, uh, walked up to this man and asked him for a couple dollars to buy a tampon.

Speaker 5 (25:40):


Speaker 6 (25:40):

You. This is literally everything

Speaker 3 (25:41):

I got. I really appreciate that. Have a, excuse me. I actually didn’t need the money. I was doing the social experiment since he would be generous enough to gimme the money. Why’d you give it to me?

Speaker 6 (25:51):

I don’t know. You said you needed it. I wanted to, to help you out. So take it and be blessed. Have a good

Speaker 3 (25:57):

Thank you. I, I mean, excuse me. The first person that was gonna give me some money, I was gonna give them some head.

Speaker 6 (26:04):

You were what?

Speaker 3 (26:05):

I was gonna give them some head.

Speaker 5 (26:09):

Oh God,

Speaker 6 (26:18):

No one’s ever done that for me before. Where you wanna do it right here,

Speaker 3 (26:21):

Right here is fine.

Speaker 5 (26:23):

Thank you so much,

Speaker 6 (26:27):


Speaker 3 (26:27):

Excuse me, sir. I’m

Sevan Matossian (26:28):

So, there you go. Now, I think it was, uh, chaplain who said a, uh, a great joke, uh, only comes after a good joke. And there you saw it. So first we got a little misdirection. We think that, uh, she’s gonna give this guy, uh, she’s borrowing mine from him. Then she’s gonna give him head, and then it ends up being a set up by the cops. Fantastic. What a fantastic, uh, bit. Thank you. No, I seriously, I didn’t, I don’t even remember choosing that piece, to be honest with you. My, this list is massive. This list is ridiculous, Mr. Cocker. Okay. You hung up. Okay. I dunno why that’s called. Oh, copycat. I said it’s a copycat because he copies the guy who gives away the, uh, the thousand bucks. Okay, here we go. Oh, feminism, feminism. Here we go, man. We’re gonna get through so many of these today. This is gonna be fun. Here we go. You’ve

Speaker 7 (27:24):

Sort of feminism that insists that women proved their ability to do all the things that men do. This is a distortion and a travesty. Men have never sought to prove that they can do all the things women do. Why? Subject women to purely masculine criteria. Women can and ought to be judged by the criteria of femininity for it is in their femininity, that they participate in the human race. And femininity has its limitations. So has masculinity. It’s a naive

Sevan Matossian (27:52):

Sort of, Hey, what a crazy thing. Right? It just makes you realize how confused the human brain can get. What a crazy siop, the whole premise. That’s how systemic racism works too. It’s the people. It’s the people who believe that there is systemic racism who insist that it stay there. The whole premise of what she’s saying here, are you guys grasping this? Is that if for a woman to even be chasing the things that a man does, makes her less of a woman. It’s crazy. It it, it’s a

Speaker 7 (28:28):

Feminism that insists that woman proved their ability to do all the things that men

Sevan Matossian (28:32):

Feminism insists that women prove their ability to do all the things that men do. That in itself right there makes it not feminism

Speaker 7 (28:42):

Do. This is a distortion and a travesty. Men have never sought to prove that they can do all the things

Sevan Matossian (28:48):

Crazy. It’s always twisted. It’s always backwards like that. Yeah. It makes her a masculine woman, huh? Hmm hmm. Imagine Superman wishing he were Aquaman. Although I can’t, I can’t imagine Aquaman wishing he was Superman. So maybe that’s not a, uh, a good example. Brace yourself. People. Here we go. Uh, here we go. There are so many people making fortunes on the homeless problem in Los Angeles. What is the incentive to solve the problem? Really, uh, listen carefully. The homeless problem in the state of Washington, that’s our furthest northwest state. Besides Alaska and the continental United States, it’s the furthest northwest state. The homeless situation is a billion dollar industry. B.

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