#909 – Sunday Service | Guest Host Steve – O

Mattew Souza (00:03):

I got it in there almost a minute late. Still made it on time. Still made it on time. Savon is still out. You guys are stuck with me for one more day, but, uh, hopefully we could get in the groove a little quicker this time. Last time felt all right, like the first 20 minutes. The first 20. At first when I saw the, uh, Josh Bridge’s podcast, I thought I clicked the wrong button and freaked out for a second. There. It took like 15, 20 minutes to get the flow last. I think. Uh,


We got some great affiliate talk last time. And so, uh, I think maybe that’ll be the topic of discussion this time. So if you guys have any questions, throw ’em in there about, uh, just whatever, about the gym, what’s going on, what’s up? Putting out your box. Is there any weird, exciting stories you guys wanna tell? Um, no, I did not. I did not. But you know, we’re gonna work on it. We’re gonna work on it, you guys. So I’ve been playing with these sound effects. You guys want to hear ’em? So what if we, uh, get a little vibe going,

Mattew Souza (01:21):


Mattew Souza (01:32):

Good morning, little Sunday service.

Mattew Souza (01:36):

We gonna have some fun?

Mattew Souza (01:40):

Too much? Is that too much? Oh my goodness. I have a lot of fun with that. There. Almost too much. Almost too much. Ah, yes. Okay, what is this one? Here we go. Jake Chapman. Susan, my mother-in-law is qualified for the 65 plus and doesn’t have a coach going with her. I need to pimp her out. That Jake

Mattew Souza (02:17):


Mattew Souza (02:18):

You just used the word pimp her out with your mother-in-law. Dude, come on, hold on. Know anybody that would be willing to help out. Well, now that we have the comment, uh, and I read it out loud for all those people just listening here, they’re gonna hear it and maybe somebody will, uh, someone will step up to the plate. Although I would’ve used a little bit of a different language. Need to pimp her out. That sounds kind of,


Oh, CrossFit Corey, you think it sounds PornHub music? <laugh>? Oh no. Full boy thinks it’s the same thing. Oh no. Good morning. Good morning, Bob. Morning Bob. You’re right. Practice, practice, practice. I saw the, uh, comments you love there and I agree. I agree. Phillip Kelly Suza, what’s your favorite cereal? The Seven Eastes. Wanna know? Do you really want to know? Like, like what do you mean? Like, favorite breakfast cereal? I’m assuming I don’t even to turn a breakfast cereal. It’s bad for you. Yeah, exactly. Arv. That’s exactly how I feel. Ar said SU’s parents are gone. Look out. When the cat is away, the mice will play. Okay, so also too, we got the, uh, I got the phone line going. We’re pretty sure it should still work just like it did yesterday. I’m gonna put the call line up here and uh, hopefully we get someone to call in. At the very least, just, uh, just text, just uh, test it out.


Stefan going to Madison Rooms are four to $500 a night. Yeah, the cheap ones. Wait till it gets closer and closer. Cross McCoy. You look like a boo berry kind of guy. I don’t even know what that is. I don’t even know what that is. Okay, so I got some, uh, I do got some clips with you guys. Suza with the, I was in the drunk take last night. Beard <laugh> Paul. I was not in the drunk take last night, but this is a, uh, half ass shave. That’s for damn sure. That’s for sure. All right, first clip here.


Let’s get it played up, by the way, thank you everybody who, uh, reached out with the kind words yesterday about, um, my first time on the show. That was very nice because oftentimes when you turn this thing off, you’re just kind of left to your own demise. You know, you’re like, did, did I do well? Did I not do well? I don’t know. So check this out. Burger King worker gifted $400,000 for retirement after not missing a single day in 27 years. 400 k. That seems a little, I don’t know about you guys. That seems a little low for not missing a single day in 27 years of work. How many days do you think he worked a week? Probably a shit. Load two. Look at him.


He probably ran that place. If he could make it to Burger King 27 years and not miss a day of work and half, you guys can’t even make it to the gym three fucking days a week. You need to, uh, I don’t even know if they said his name. Mr. Ford, you need to take some inspiration from Mr. Ford. Kevin Ford. 54. We’ll get a retirement pension of more than $400,000. This is an appreciation for his efforts while working for Burger King in Las Vegas, Nevada. A video Mr. Ford accepting a gift bag as a reward for not missing a day of work in 27 years won’t viral. Last year, the video touched thousands of Americans who felt he should receive another present since GoFundMe campaign has started in his name to generate money for his retirement. So maybe he’ll get another, uh, 400 K <laugh>. That was his pension. Jeffrey, you’re right, you are right.


Idea for future show, bro. Roundtable. What is that? My name’s not even in that. Manny, you gotta <inaudible>. I’m finally putting his card away. Yes, putting multiple of them away as we speak, doing the hero’s work there. So I’m not sure if the, uh, call line is on and you guys want to brave it and call it for me. Say hi. It’s gonna leave me fucking out here. Fry Jeremy, I’m gonna play a little bit of the, uh, clip front. I told you yesterday I didn’t play it. I forgot to, and then this time I’m going to play some of it for you. Oh, here we go. See you. By the way, the uh, call line will no longer read out your name. So you guys no need to fear caller. Hello. Welcome to the show.

Speaker 3 (07:15):

Hey, Matt.

Mattew Souza (07:16):

Hey. What’s

Speaker 3 (07:16):

Going on? Cabinet gal.

Mattew Souza (07:17):

Cabinet gal. What’s up,

Speaker 3 (07:19):

Cabinet gal? I’m sitting out in the sun in

Mattew Souza (07:23):


Speaker 3 (07:25):

I’m just calling in before Jeremy does.

Mattew Souza (07:27):

Oh, why? You don’t like the, you don’t like the ongoing staring story with Jeremy? I’m

Speaker 3 (07:31):

Not, I’m not, I’m not into that story.

Mattew Souza (07:34):

No. Why not? What what doesn’t do it for you?

Speaker 3 (07:38):

Uh, he needs to move on. He

Mattew Souza (07:40):

Needs to move on. I thought, I thought they were going. I thought it was going well.

Speaker 3 (07:45):

No. It sounds like he’s running an experiment.

Mattew Souza (07:49):

<laugh>. Yeah, but we all get to participate, so that that’s all right.

Speaker 3 (07:53):

All right. I’ll try to enjoy it. But it’s getting old.

Mattew Souza (07:56):

Yeah. What do you, what

Speaker 3 (07:57):

Anyway, you’re doing. You’re, you’re doing a great job there.

Mattew Souza (08:00):

All right, well, thank you. Thanks for calling and being the first one, breaking ice. Maybe we’ll get a, uh, few more to, to give a call and, uh, chat about some stuff.

Speaker 3 (08:09):

Yeah, no problem. It’s a great day here in Connecticut and I’ll catch up with you this week.

Mattew Souza (08:13):

Thanks. I can hear the birds chirping. It’s so nice. It sounds beautiful. <laugh>. You have a great day. All

Speaker 3 (08:18):

Right. You take care. Thanks

Mattew Souza (08:19):


Speaker 3 (08:19):

Going Bye-Bye.

Mattew Souza (08:22):

Oh, Jeremy not a fan of your, okay. I’m still gonna play this anyways for you cuz I thought it was hilarious and it made me instantly think of you. Let’s see if I could bring it up though. Again, I don’t know how this will just gonna have to chop up into sections because I don’t honestly get dinged, but it’s pretty funny. Okay, <laugh>. All right, Jamie. So if you’re done running your little experiment, as Kael says, I’ve been looking for love here we have

Speaker 4 (09:04):

Today. We brought in the group of conservative young women and wanted to get their honest opinions about what they’re,

Mattew Souza (09:11):

Okay. So this is a dating app called The Right Stuff, and it’s specifically for conservative women. And, uh, we’re looking

Speaker 4 (09:21):

For in the guys they date.

Mattew Souza (09:26):

It’s as here We’re gonna skip her out for a minute.

Speaker 4 (09:28):

Why do you want to date a conservative

Mattew Souza (09:31):


Speaker 5 (09:31):

Me at least I know that we’re gonna start off with some shared values.

Mattew Souza (09:34):

<laugh>. Oh my goodness. Hold on, we got another caller here. Come on. Hello. Welcome to the show.

Speaker 6 (09:47):


Mattew Souza (09:48):

Hey, what’s going on?

Speaker 6 (09:50):

This is Darth Vader.

Mattew Souza (09:52):


Speaker 6 (09:54):

Dude. The Jeremy story’s so good.

Mattew Souza (09:58):

Yeah, I don’t know

Speaker 6 (09:59):

Why. It’s, it’s, it’s like, it’s like the, it’s like the only thing keeping the show together in the professional realm. It’s what, it’s what makes the show finally. Like, there’s a continuity and a thread there and a participate. Participation participation. It’s so good. I’ve never even seen that done before. And, and she nailed it. It is an experiment. It’s our, it’s what happens when a fucking dude has to navigate the land of, of retarded li tar in order to, um, uh, get laid. It’s like, it’s like he’s certain, you know, like crane manis that you, like, you have to have sex with a female and then run away before she slaps her head off with the black widow <laugh>. You gotta strum the web so you don’t, and then humper and then sneak away. Dude, it, it’s just brilliant and there’s so many fun things, you know what I mean? He’s the black guy. She’s the white girl. I mean, it’s just, it’s so layer.

Mattew Souza (10:56):

Yeah. Yeah.

Speaker 6 (10:57):

He’s patient. She doesn’t shut the fuck up. He’s described her as a perfect, in a loving way. Just a complete manic retard. I mean, <laugh>. It’s just stereotypical. Just it’s our modern day. Um, west side story. Dude, it’s crazy.

Mattew Souza (11:10):


Speaker 6 (11:10):

It’s crazy. It’s a Savon podcast exclusive. Listen, if you can’t enjoy the Jimmy thing, just take a few deep breath and, you know, heat up some lemon juice in the, in the microwave. Drink a hot cup of, you know, fucking tea, caffeine free and just chill. Just enjoy this one.

Mattew Souza (11:26):

Just enjoy the journey on it, huh?

Speaker 6 (11:28):

<laugh>? Yeah, yeah, yeah. It’s got, it’s got a, it’s got politics and sex and, and, and love and, and it, it’s, it’s fucking nuts, dude. It’s, I love it. I, I, who was it? I was cabinet lady.

Mattew Souza (11:41):


Speaker 6 (11:42):

Yeah, yeah. We even got a cabinet lady. She’s off her rock. I love her, but she, she’s all, and I love the fact that it pisses David weed off when Jeremy calls. It’s a, it’s a 12 outta 10 on every level. So good. Heidi can’t help but rip on him. It just, I just love Jared. Jeremy. No one, no one get it. So he stops calling in. We need to hear this saga.

Mattew Souza (12:09):

Yeah. We need to hear, we need the whole story. And at the end we gotta take all of them and clip it together into one long story so all of ’em run back to back.

Speaker 6 (12:17):

Yes. Yes. Hey guys, the more comfortable we can hear make Jeremy, instead of making fun of ’em, the more likely we’re gonna get the stories like, like with nudity and this hog out and like, weird shit. She says to him when they’re having sex and it’s gonna be, it’s gonna

Mattew Souza (12:32):

<laugh>. Is that so much true

Speaker 6 (12:34):

<laugh>, you have to think of Jeremy as like a snail. You don’t wanna touch those antlers and then they go back in. You know what I mean? You gotta let him like have the antlers out and cruise around. You don’t want him to, we don’t want him to retract contract. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (12:48):

He’s gotta get comfortable. Yeah. We gotta make it It’s a safe space. Yeah, it’s a safe space. Jeremy I think was already in the, uh, comments this morning too. Yeah, he is. Yeah. He’s soaking it up right now. You think his, you think his girlfriend’s gonna listen to it? Like, what if one day she’s like, hey, oh,

Speaker 6 (13:03):


Mattew Souza (13:03):

Hey, I really wanna like get into his world and get to know him a little bit more. You know, I’m gonna listen to that podcast. He always talks about.

Speaker 6 (13:12):

Yeah. That’s the, uh, that’s the, uh, that would be the crown jewel dude. When she actually gets involved in the story when, I mean that’s eventually what’s gonna happen. She’s gonna find out that he’s sharing on the largest podcast on Planet Earth or second largest, uh, this story of their relationship and how she handles that. Like, is she gonna think she’s part of an experiment or is she gonna realize that we’re actually his, this is 2023 counseling and what friendship looks like. It’s the whole thing is so fantastic,

Mattew Souza (13:48):

Tony. It’s got

Speaker 6 (13:49):

And, and, and, and, and, and then we have our own personal dilemma because we like Jeremy, but we also know, we know we’re exploiting them for, uh, 39 cent donations on, on YouTube. This thing is crazy. I’m so excited about it. Oh,

Mattew Souza (14:07):

Oh my gosh. The chat is conflicted. Half of ’em, half of ’em realized who it was and half of ’em didn’t.

Speaker 6 (14:13):


Mattew Souza (14:14):


Speaker 6 (14:14):

Stars Vader

Mattew Souza (14:16):


Speaker 6 (14:17):

Hey. Hey. Um, uh, the, the thought of Jake, you know, that’s an o a media opportunity for us too. We should also exploit Jake Chapman’s. Is that his mom or his stepmom?

Mattew Souza (14:28):

That was his mother-in-law. His mother-in-law.

Speaker 6 (14:31):

Yeah. We should like, we should get like you should be her coach at the names and then we’ll have a there doing behind the scenes also.

Mattew Souza (14:40):

I should do it. Have a

Speaker 6 (14:41):

Coach. A coach is passing shit. Yeah. It’s like, it’s awesome. It’s like, and wouldn’t that be great if you went there with the games athlete?

Mattew Souza (14:51):

Yeah. 65 plus, you know. That’s perfect. I’ll be ready to rock.

Speaker 6 (14:56):

Alright, so, so slick. What would they be like a no, sorry. No one from Theon podcast can be your coach <laugh>.

Mattew Souza (15:05):

They just gotta turn their shirts inside out. That’s all like we did at the games.

Speaker 6 (15:12):

Hey, I, you saw I sent you uh, Ezra’s phone number.

Mattew Souza (15:16):

Yes, I did. Yeah. Yeah. Ezra’s the uh,

Speaker 6 (15:20):

I know, I know, I know. The audience is gonna be ecstatic about that. We got Ezra Adder Hole. Who’s that? Who’s that?

Mattew Souza (15:27):

Michael sees pushing me here. Michael C paid a dollar 99. It said, hang up, I’m getting bored. And then I saw his comment. Michael c knew I saw his comment and then his next comment, which was also a dollar 99 and said, say it suza. Damn it, I paid for it. <laugh>.

Speaker 6 (15:44):

Alright all. God.

Mattew Souza (15:47):

That was good. You

Speaker 6 (15:47):

Guys. Are you guys, you guys good? The haters are just, uh, about the Jeremy story. Like just, they’re just part of the story. They know. Um, they don’t sway the opinion at all. Jeremy’s the best. That story’s Oh, a hundred percent. That’s the thread that’s keeping the show alive.

Mattew Souza (16:07):

Yeah. The story’s going nowhere. The story is going nowhere. That’s for sure. We’re gonna keep, we’re gonna keep that one up. We wanna see how that ends. We gotta follow.

Speaker 6 (16:16):

It’s like, uh, the Democratic party without a o c, it’s like you gotta keep her.

Mattew Souza (16:21):

Hey, the real reason is, is how could you be listening to the show and not be totally invested in the story? Right. That’s what I don’t get. Yeah. Like how are you not like wondering like how are you not secretly wanting me to show up with a hat low over my eyes and film them across the street while they’re at a date? You know? Yes. How do you not want that to happen? That’s the real

Speaker 6 (16:39):

Question. Yes. Aren’t you dying? And everyone’s probably dying to know what she looks like and it’s just so

Mattew Souza (16:44):

Oh, I know. I’m dying to know what she looks like. I bet she’s cute though, cuz Jeremy, Jeremy’s a good looking dude and he’s got a rocking body.

Speaker 6 (16:51):

Yeah, she is. She’s very attractive.

Mattew Souza (16:53):

Yeah. I said it Jeremy,

Speaker 6 (16:54):

I’ll give you that.

Mattew Souza (16:55):

Hey, someone said, uh, Jay Hartel said, I bet the caller is a, uh, sexy Armenian. It’s

Speaker 6 (17:00):

A good He is. It’s a’s

Mattew Souza (17:01):

A good guess

Speaker 6 (17:03):

When he is not the, when he’s not playing dark Vader <laugh>. Dude. People dress up. I people dress up as Star Wars characters.

Mattew Souza (17:12):

Yeah. Yeah. What do you think about that? You go to the movie Dressed Up as a Star Wars

Speaker 6 (17:15):

Character. I think it’s, I think it’s, I think there’s nothing less interesting than dressing up as a Star Wars character, but I only bring it up in context of how much better is it in the Jeremy story than going to like ComicCon is <inaudible> <laugh> and yet a million people would probably love to do that. Like great.

Mattew Souza (17:33):

Yeah. I thought you were gonna say if you dress up in, uh, <laugh>, if you dress up and go to a Star Wars theater, mental illness, instantly mental illness

Speaker 6 (17:41):

And Oh, it totally is. Hey, is Boba Fes the bounty Hunter? Is that what what? That’s what is that him?

Mattew Souza (17:46):

I don’t even know. I didn’t,

Speaker 6 (17:51):

I dunno. Alright, well thank you. Thanks for taking my call. Thanks for doing the show.

Mattew Souza (17:54):

Oh yeah, man. Thank you. Thanks for coming in and chatting for a

Speaker 6 (17:58):

Little bit. Don’t anyone stir me up again? Yeah, I need to concentrate No one say anything crazy again.

Mattew Souza (18:03):

Well, the phone lines will be open the whole time, so if you feel the urge.

Speaker 6 (18:08):

All right. All right, thank you. Yep.

Mattew Souza (18:10):

Bye. Bye


Ladies and gevo. Mr. [inaudible] even calling in from the car. Dylan. Val, anything could happen on the sev on podcast? Yeah, exactly. Even a schluff like me could end up in front of here running the show. Huh? Okay. We had a couple of, uh, questions. Do you guys wanna see the rest of that clip about it? It was just the end that I thought was hilarious. I’m just gonna, I’m just gonna play the last piece of this clip because I thought it was funny. I’m personally, I’m a huge fan of the, uh, of the story. Jeremy, here we go.

Speaker 6 (18:48):

And what’s the biggest red flag when it comes to dating

Speaker 7 (18:51):

A Democrat? No, Democrats. A Democrat. Can’t be a Democrat.

Mattew Souza (18:55):

All right, well <laugh>, we know what the qualification is there. Huh? Can’t be a Democrat. Oh my goodness. Yeah, it’s a, um, <laugh> j Harle. I need to get on that site. It’s called the, uh, what’s it called? Hold on. Lemme make sure date the right stuff. Date the right, right. Stuff. Get the pun there. So what do you guys have, do you need, guys, have anything weird going on at your, uh, at your box, at your gym that you wanna chat about? Is there anything strange happening? Is this the C cro Delicate? Oh, is that the bow that you guys were talking about?


See, it’s like a train wreck. I’m sorry it happened, but I can’t stop looking at it as a tribe. <laugh>, I think they talk about the Jeremy story with that. Jeremy, you’re such a good dude for letting us end the intimate part of your, uh, life there. Yes. Ivanni is getting his level two cert this weekend. Good guess. I thought there was a, um, I was looking for a good question that was at the top. I thought I saw one, but, oh, here we go. Slater. Susan, what are your thoughts about the mass shooting that happened 20 minutes away from me, Joe Byler this morning on my way to work? Still heavy police presence. Yeah. I think that status quo after anything like crazy like that happens, I think they end up keeping, uh, like a huge police presence for a while. Not only for investigation purposes, but just for like, like public like appearance, right?


They just want everybody to feel like it’s gonna go, okay, hurry up, go back to buying stuff into your jobs. We have <laugh>, everything is fine. Um, fuck. I don’t really like talking about these that much, honestly, because I, I feel that the only way that we could actually make some sort of move towards, um, a solution or, or, or solving something like this would be to first have to look at the data of like the last, you know, the last shootings that happened over the course of let’s say the last five or six years, right? You would compile all the data and then you would find different threads through ’em to kind of look at and say, okay, is there anything in these threads that connect kind of all these or have similarities of all these happening that we could look at and that we could actually like work towards bettering?


And so I don’t, I don’t know what that is. I was just saying, just saying that that would seem like a more viable solution than basically the political isle parting it like it’s doing with everything. Because I always feel that once the political owl parts it, nobody’s solving any problems. We’re just gonna argue for the, uh, we’re just gonna argue for the the home team. Jay Hartel Suza, how did you fall into owning a gym? I wish the story was, uh, more awesome than it was, but basically the long and the short of it was I was, um, I was coaching at a gym voluntarily at the one up in, in Livermore here on, and we have a caller to be continued. Caller Hello. Welcome to the show. Caller. Good morning. You were live.

Speaker 8 (22:00):

Good morning. Good morning, Steve. How are you today?

Mattew Souza (22:04):

I’m great. How are you?

Speaker 8 (22:06):

Good. I have a controversial opinion on all these shootings.

Mattew Souza (22:10):

Oh, okay. Let’s hear it.

Speaker 8 (22:12):

I think they’re all bad.

Mattew Souza (22:15):

I I would agree with that as well. Yeah,

Speaker 8 (22:17):

I think that, I think that, I think that murder might be not popular to say today, but is wrong,

Mattew Souza (22:25):

But Right. Yes. Yeah, I would, I would agrees

Speaker 8 (22:29):

Shootings, would you agree? I

Mattew Souza (22:30):

Agree. S yes. Awful, terrible, wrong.

Speaker 8 (22:34):

This is kinda homogenized thinking that happens when we listen to

Mattew Souza (22:39):

What do you mean? Like, some people, some people don’t think it’s wrong.

Speaker 8 (22:43):

No, that was a really good joke. Okay. <laugh>. Um, I got a question.

Mattew Souza (22:46):

Yeah. What’s up? So

Speaker 8 (22:48):

Last night I was in a bar arm wrestling with a bunch of racist South Africans. Okay. And I think I tour by rotator cuff

Mattew Souza (22:57):


Speaker 8 (22:58):

Do you have as a gym owner?

Mattew Souza (23:00):


Speaker 8 (23:01):

Do you have any like, particular Kelly starret ish kind of methods for remedying my broken joints?

Mattew Souza (23:14):

<laugh>? Uh, yeah, if it’s also,

Speaker 8 (23:17):

I got one more thing, but I apologize.

Mattew Souza (23:18):

Yeah, no, go ahead.

Speaker 8 (23:19):

Cabinet lady may be wrong, but at least she calls in. I want everyone to know this is a callin show. Yeah. So people that shit talk in the comments call in you sons of guns.

Mattew Souza (23:32):

Exactly. All right. That’s what I’m saying.

Speaker 8 (23:35):

Up Bing. All right. Sorry. Go ahead. What do I do about my rotator cuff?

Mattew Souza (23:40):

Well, first off, you need to stop, uh, challenging randoms to arm wrestle in the bar. That’s gonna, that’s gonna lead to injury. So you can introduce yourself to risk down to zero by just not, not doing that. And, uh, you got a lacrosse ball handy?

Speaker 8 (23:52):

Uh, no. No, I didn’t go to college.

Mattew Souza (23:55):

Okay. So

Speaker 8 (23:56):

I did not play lacrosse.

Mattew Souza (23:57):

Okay. So you’re you’re pretty much fucked. I’m gonna let you know that right now. Unless you have a lacrosse ball. Forget about it. Really? Yeah, that’s the key. Everybody knows. Oh.

Speaker 8 (24:06):

Oh dang.

Mattew Souza (24:07):


Speaker 8 (24:08):

All right. Well, yeah, I guess I’ll just take my happy as on the road.

Mattew Souza (24:12):

Yep. The, the crowd agreed. And, uh, I just solved the problem. Thank you for calling. All right. Lemme know if you have any other elements I could cure over the air for you.

Speaker 8 (24:20):

Oh, I can. Well, maybe not. Bye bye.

Mattew Souza (24:27):

Get at the joke, cuz everybody always says that, uh, lacrosse balls, they’ll fix everything. So yeah, so that was basically it. I was, uh, I was coaching part-time at a gym. It wasn’t a paid position, it was a volunteer position. I was, uh, attending, um, classes there for a while in a husband and wife that worked there or worked out there at the time. Basically wanted to start their own gym. And they thought that I had a knack for coaching. I clearly enjoyed it. And, um, they offered if I wanted to get on the journey with them. And I said yes. And about eight months later, we actually, we didn’t start a gym. I bought an existing CrossFit gym in Livermore. We were gonna start a gym and Tracy, it was all set. I had the location, everything, um, lined up. We just had to sign on the dotted line for the lease.


And, uh, when they went to tell the gym owner that they were, that they were working out at like, what the plan was and why they were quitting and we were gonna move to the city about 20 minutes away or so. Um, he, he said at the time, like, Hey, why don’t you buy this? Because he started in 2008 and it was never a, the intention for him to have a functioning business. It was just a place for him and his buddies to go work out. More people started to show up. At the time, CrossFit was really popular. So the gym started to grow and he knew that he wasn’t doing the, uh, business, the justice that it deserved. So he, he basically said, Hey, rather than starting from scratch, why don’t you guys consider buying, um, this gym, which was called mm, CrossFit at the time.


And uh, and then that’s how it came to be. So we stopped everything that we had on the, in the other city in Tracy. And we turned our focus to purchasing the existing CrossFit gym. And in 2013, we bought it. And um, and that’s it. We bought it, we turned it into CrossFit Livermore. And then in 2016, I bought out my business partners. They were going different directions in life. They were selling Australia, all their businesses in California, moving outta state. And uh, I was one of those businesses that they had. So in 2016, I took sole ownership a hundred percent of the business and it’s been rocking ever since. Um, and sorry, I can’t see you guys as other comments if you’ve been talking right now, just because I tried to pause on these so I could actually remember to read ’em. Cause I skipped a shit load, including Philip Kelly’s donation yesterday.


I apologize, Philip, you can put it in. You don’t have to donate again and I’ll read it. I, I can’t remember what it was. Susan, how many days a week do you, uh, how many days a week does the average member attend class? 4.8? No, it’s usually, I I would say it’s anywhere between, between three and four is probably, but the program I write for the gym, I write it for seven days a week. Um, because I do have a lot of people that come that often. So it’s, uh, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday class at CrossFit, Thursday we do some sort of active recovery or, uh, cardio intervals. Friday, Saturday back to class at CrossFit and Sunday. I teach the mobility class in the mornings. Um, oh wait, somebody else also ask that same question. That’s interesting. Michael sees Suza. What’s your fan time Best ever is 2 35.


Don’t ask me to do that right now though. Okay, we’ll go down to the bottom. We’ll, we’ll start over here. Who do we got? No medical advice. Yes. This is not, that was not medical advice. <laugh> a lacrosse ball. He’s referring to the last, the last caller that called in. Susan, why don’t you tell us about you? Well, because I think that would probably work better. And then, and Melissa asked Susan, why don’t you tell us about you needs to be as good as Brian part one. No pressure. It doesn’t work that way. It needs somebody on the other side of it, right? They gotta ask the questions, they gotta probe, they gotta pry. Otherwise it just kind of sounds weird if I’m just like picking and choosing, um, su I ain’t that why God invented computers to do the kind of research he said about what that was an old comment. Sorry.


Thanks for putting up the show. That’s ideal. I just figured something’s better than nothing. Right? We already, uh, eclipsed yesterday’s views, which is good. Got more today. So thank you for what up? Never meet your heroes. True. Okay. Fair enough. All right. Any questions? Callers? Susie, do you have an expression maker? Yes, I do. Yes I do. Can you do anything about my crafts dick butter? No, I cannot do shit about that, don’t it? ’em, it’ll probably end up making it worse. Okay. Got another clip here for you guys. Don’t worry. I’m curious as to what you guys, um, think about this one here. Now, I apologize in advance because this is one of those things that I know you guys probably as I do hate the reactions where it’s somebody just sitting there like nodding and like pointing at the clip the whole time. They’re absolutely terrible. They’re absolutely terrible.


Wa Dami new segment. You look up things we suggest in Urban Dictionary, yet that’s not gonna be good. I mean, how long before we get [inaudible] censored on that one, huh? We can’t even talk about the [inaudible] anymore, let alone whatever else we could, uh, find on Urban Dictionary. That would be a [inaudible] Crazy. Like a little sensor. Okay, here we go. So another example, reincarnation. That was gonna be my question to you guys. We’ll let this clip play. Uh, inside this clip you have a year, um, in a five month old pianist that’s a babysitting at a piano on its parents’ lap. And it’s playing with its, it’s playing with its index finger to the piano. And then this woman who, uh, who did the little side by.

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