#910 – Live Call In | He Who Conquers Himself is Mighty

Sevan Matossian (00:00):

That’s awesome, Pam. We’re live. Jake, what’s up, chase? What’s up B Martin. What’s up? Oh my goodness. I didn’t do rumble this morning. Shit. We’re about to get a, uh, a mark. That’s okay. I’m there It is. You fucked. Rumble up. I just got the note from Streamy Yard. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Ooh. Hey. Uh, I, I, uh, enjoyed, uh, yesterday. Yesterday was crazy.

Mattew Souza (00:25):


Sevan Matossian (00:26):

Yeah. I was, I was, um, uh, t3, uh, let’s go baby. Yeah, I was a total baby yesterday. But you know what’s cool is, um, I I, I, I really enjoy, um, uh, oh, uh, I felt so disconnected from my fans. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And so I posted a lot on Instagram so that they wouldn’t feel like I was ignoring them. No, no, no, no. I fuck you guys. I felt disconnected cuz of me. It’s like I realized yesterday how, uh, how much I like being, uh, hanging in, hanging in the chat, how much I like bean on the air. And, um, I, and I tried to compensate for that by just posting more on Instagram. And it kind of worked. Like I felt, um, I felt connected, you know what I mean? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Oh my God, I’m so sorry. I wasn’t there for you guys yesterday.


No, no. Not, not even a little bit. I, I felt sorry for myself that, um, you guys weren’t there for me. How’s that? <laugh> assholes. You guys should have all come to Newport and seen me. <laugh>. Uh, Bruce. What’s up brother? Jesper. What’s up? Uh, Matt, uh, Shindel Decker. What’s up? Good morning, brother. Oh, I know. I owe you a, um, call. I think you sent me an email. I still haven’t opened it. Uh, my, my problems are really, um, insignificant. Like, I, like I said yesterday on my post, it’s like I ordered a bloody Mary yesterday and there wasn’t salt on my glass. And, and like, I was in, I was in one of those moods where like, that was causing me to pout <laugh>. How, how, how is doing the show, by the way? Thank you so much for doing that.

Mattew Souza (02:03):

Oh, thanks for the opportunity.

Sevan Matossian (02:04):

Are you gonna do, are you’re gonna do more? You’re comfortable? We’re good?

Mattew Souza (02:08):

Uh, I wouldn’t say comfortable, but yeah, I’m comfortable with getting more comfortable.

Sevan Matossian (02:11):

Oh yeah.

Mattew Souza (02:11):

Like that reps in, you know.

Sevan Matossian (02:14):

Is this early for you? This isn’t right. You seem different though.

Mattew Souza (02:17):

No, well, I just, I literally just woke up probably like 20 minutes ago Right when I first sent you that first text. Like I was rolling outta bed.

Sevan Matossian (02:24):

So you have figured out, um, in your life because, nor when, when’s normally your first class you teach,

Mattew Souza (02:30):

Uh, on Monday, Wednesday, Friday. It’s 5:30 AM

Sevan Matossian (02:34):

So you figured out and how far is the gym from your, uh, bed where you put your head down? Like

Mattew Souza (02:38):

Five minutes.

Sevan Matossian (02:39):

Okay. So you figured out how to Because because it, it’s funny, right? It’s like, um, sleep is like burpees. The, the last 10. If you’re doing, let’s say 90, you’re doing a hundred burpees, those last 10 are really hard, but it’s just you did 10 in the beginning. What’s another 10 at the end? But they’re fucking really hard and mm-hmm. <affirmative>, uh, and what they bring to your fitness is more than the first 10, right? Yeah. It sleeps like that too, when Right. If you’re getting up really early, every minute counts.

Mattew Souza (03:05):


Sevan Matossian (03:06):

Yeah. Right? Yep. <laugh> your max. Have you had coffee yet?

Mattew Souza (03:11):

I, I’ve had two sips.

Sevan Matossian (03:13):

And are these your first words of the day as you come on? Yes. If you hadn’t talked, you hadn’t, uh uh, grace is still asleep. Still asleep. Yeah. I know. That’s another weird thing about doing the podcast. You’re, you’re, you start talking and you’re like, oh, shit. Here I am. <laugh>. This is weird. And in your mouth it hasn’t even warmed up.

Mattew Souza (03:30):

I know. I didn’t realize how good I had it as the, as co-hosting, because with these on the load normal life column, I’m about 30 minutes before the show. I get up, I kind of freshen my face up, make sure I’m awake, and then get into it. But I realize that when you’re the one hosting it, you need that full hour. You need the shower. You need

Sevan Matossian (03:44):

Yes. Yes, yes.

Mattew Souza (03:46):

You need the time.

Sevan Matossian (03:48):

You need the full hour. I, I want to, uh, show you something that I posted yesterday. Um, it, it, it, it do made me, well, first of all, first of all, I got a DM from a listener who went out on a limb and tried to explain to me that like, Hey, I, I like a lot of the stuff you say, but I think it would be more potent if you were less prickly. Okay. And, and I sent you a screenshot of that, right? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And I thought that one, I thought it was a, a, a pretty, uh, nice long dm. And I don’t usually like long dms. Thoughtful. Thoughtful. Yeah. And risk. And, and that, that person took a risk sending that to me, right? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. So, so I, I posted this yesterday and I’m, I’m basically, you know, I’m just really, to me, it’s just funny. I’m just making a joke, but it’s kind of serious. It’s, but I write it. I

Mattew Souza (04:40):

Dunno, I think it’s serious. I dunno.

Sevan Matossian (04:42):

But I write it like it’s serious. Yeah. And I’m basically saying, Hey, how come these, um, shower stalls don’t have, or these, uh, toilet stalls don’t have doors on them.

Mattew Souza (04:51):


Sevan Matossian (04:51):

Like, this is crazy. We pay taxes. Yeah. And, and we know the reason why they don’t cause they don’t want people camping in there.

Mattew Souza (04:56):

Right. Doing drugs.

Sevan Matossian (04:58):

And, and so because, so that, um, uh, it, it would be like, Hey, if, uh, because there are so many retarded people out there, um, we stopped all stop driving. And it’s not cool. You just have to keep the retarded people off the road. There’s, there’s no reason that I should be punished. Uh, I should not be allowed to drive because there’s retarded people. It just doesn’t make any sense. And so it doesn’t make any sense also that there’s no doors on these because just scoop those people up and throw ’em in jail because they need to be thrown in jail. Not because you’re mad at them, not cuz you’re upset, but because if you were a drug addict, you would want to be thrown in jail too. Yeah. If you were in there shooting. Yeah. Say that again. What’d you say? I

Mattew Souza (05:40):

Was just saying we’re all being punished for their behavior.

Sevan Matossian (05:42):

Yeah. And the right thing to do for them is to arrest them and give them a place to get off the drugs. That’s what I would want.

Mattew Souza (05:48):


Sevan Matossian (05:48):

<affirmative>. Okay. So

Mattew Souza (05:51):

I’m agree. We,

Sevan Matossian (05:52):

We go down here a little bit. And, um, by the way, um, uh, someone here commented, um, uh, you use those bathrooms, not, not only do I use those bathrooms, I go in there barefoot, and I don’t even use an ask gasket. And, and I, I, I just, um, barefoot You go in there barefoot. Yeah. All that. Oh, I couldn’t do that. I don’t know why I go everywhere barefoot. I’m a beast. Okay, here we go. So this gentleman here, his name is Z Zeal, and he writes, uh, hey, I just, I, I like, just about everything you work on and love watching your kids grow. I drive a ton of inspiration from you and your shows in a way I raise my own kids that said, you’ve got your platform and use it however you like, but please ease up on the hate speech.


Say what you like. But, um, you can do it without the word. And then he says this word mm-hmm. <affirmative> that I used. Uh, uh, and it’s, um, liberal and retarded, uh, mixed into one word. And he said, respectfully, from a father looking for out for his autistic sons, that hopefully the world is a little safer and more understanding as he grows, little grows older. Thanks, dude. And I didn’t even understand what he was talking about until someone, I didn’t even know what he was talking about. I, I just read that and I thought, Hey, every time I use that word, that contraction of putting those words together, I’m, um, I’m saying it in a really hateful way. Like, I’m like, like fascist scum. That’s what I’m thinking. I’m thinking, um, Jew killer. I’m thinking of baby killer. I think pedophile. I think all the worst shit, right? Yeah. Because, because it’s those people that make it so my kids can’t go to school.


You know, n n not that I would send ’em to school, but it’s those people, right? It’s those people that made it. So my kids’ peer group are so weak. By the way, I don’t know if this is a fact, but I’m gonna tell you a correlate. I hear parents say to me all the time, we go out to dinner, we go somewhere, and they’re like, I can’t believe how well my kids sat. I never say that about my kids. Ever, ever, ever. My What do you mean you can’t? But like my, they do everything I say when we’re inside a restaurant and nothing, I say when we’re at the beach, I’ve never, my listen to this people, I, my two kids are six and eight. My kids have never looked at my cell phone while it’s in their hands. My kids have never used my cell phone.


Ever. Never. But s we’re waiting at the doctor’s office. It’s an hour and a half Wait. And I have to No, no, you don’t. I we hadn’t waited in the doctor’s office as a little kid too. So did Susan next to their mom. Yeah, no. So, or in li or in line somewhere at the dmv. Didn’t have a phone. No. Put your head on your mom’s lap and you shut the fuck up. <laugh>. She pulls out some bobby pins out of her purse, and you pretend like they’re spaceships and you fight ’em against each other. <laugh>.


Um, so, um, so I, so anyway, but, but I, I didn’t like the, um, when I say that word, it, it just seemed, I, I, I just heard what I wanted to hear from him that I just felt like, you know, he’s right. That is not, that word makes me feel something that I don’t want to feel. I’d rather, and I would rather be more intellectually specific about it. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And, and of course all the people jumped in and, and all then 20 people jumped in and said, Hey, um, basically shut up to this guy. Yeah. Like, Hey, you’re totally, you’re off your rocker. And the guy is off for his reasoning. He is completely off his rocker. Because here’s the thing, he’s trying to be nice.

Mattew Souza (09:15):


Sevan Matossian (09:15):

But he’s behaving like fascist scum. But, but it’s okay. He, he can, he can do what he wants. But then someone told me he had pronouns in his bio.

Mattew Souza (09:26):


Sevan Matossian (09:26):

<affirmative>. And if you don’t know why pro, um, why that is so ridiculous, go, go listen to some Jordan Peterson, um, videos and you’ll see. But he claims it’s because he, um, he’s nice.

Mattew Souza (09:39):

That mean, that’s why everybody does this, right?

Sevan Matossian (09:42):

I guess

Mattew Souza (09:42):

We all conform to the things we know

Sevan Matossian (09:45):

Don’t make sense. I, I beg of you, if you think you’re doing it to be nice, you have to just kind of hit the reset button or hit pause on that thought and really be honest with yourself and ask yourself what, um, what, what, what does it, what does it mean to be nice? But, but I, but I, if you’re doing it to be nice, then I, then I wanna show you this because you have pronouns in your bio. And so if you’re trying to make the place, uh, the world a safer place for your son, first of all, you probably shouldn’t have got your son the injections. I’m assuming you did that. You should not have done that. And you should stop with all, uh, medical treatment. And by the way, another thing, uh, when I go out with kids, uh, we went out yesterday with a bunch of kids and all the kids ordered, uh, lemonade and my kids ordered water and, uh, within, um, and my kids were bummed that they couldn’t drink lemonade.


And within uh, 20 minutes, those kids were started behaving poorly. And my kids continued to behave well. And you could tell, do you know how much better kids feel who behave Well, do you know how great you feel when you behave well when you’re a kid? And so these other kids are not behaving well. And so they don’t get what they want from their parents, and they don’t get what they want from the world. And my kids still need no policing. My kids are never put on a leash. They’re there. My kids are those border collies that the dude just leaves in his Jeep <laugh>. And then, and it jumps out and follows him and waits at the door at the 7-Eleven. Well, he comes in and gets a a six-pack of Modelo <laugh>. That’s my, those are my kids.

Mattew Souza (11:15):

Yeah. It’s 30 feet away from the owner, like doing its own thing. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (11:19):

Yeah. This

Mattew Souza (11:20):

Little whistle, it pops up and boom, it comes right back to where, you know, the whole time it was tethered <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (11:26):

I, I, I am, um, I, I know it’s just pure, uh, braggery. And I know, you know, you guys are gonna love it in 10 years when my kids are addicted to heroin, I’m gonna be like, we told you so, blah, blah, blah, fine. But I’m telling you now, and as su, anytime Susan meets other kids, he comes back and he is like, dude, it’s ridiculous.

Mattew Souza (11:44):

And I meet a lot of ’em.

Sevan Matossian (11:45):

It is ridiculous. Um, and I’m very, I’m, I’m stern with my kids. Just like you’d be stern with dog. Like, I don’t let my kids pee in that like, you know, they’re not allowed to pee on the floor. They, it’s, it’s zero tolerance for just, you know, peeing in the living room. They’re not allowed to chew on shoes. There’s zero tolerance. Um, but it’s crazy. Okay. I want you, I want you to see this, Zach. And I want you to think long and hard about this. If you’re trying to be nice, and I don’t really care what this lady’s saying too much either, although I like her. Um, but if your point is to be nice, why would you offend millions of women billions with your, uh, with your pronouns? If, if that’s your reasoning, your reasoning’s so flimsy. It, your kindness is so benign and fake and it’s so misplaced. I just want you to think about it. I’m not saying that word because I don’t like the way it makes me feel. Just worry about yourself, dude. I’m worried about myself.


Try being just incredibly selfish and you’ll realize how good that makes you to other people, right? I don’t pick up dog poop on the ground when I’m walking. Um, cuz I’m some sort of benevolent fucking creature <laugh>. I do it because I think I wouldn’t wanna step in dog poop myself. And I saw this and there could be other people there. Yeah. Am I trying to win no fucking award? I’m not trying to be a superhero. I’m not trying, I’m not a good person. I’m not a bad person. I’m not. I just, I’m just thinking about me. Oh, David says, I can’t stand this woman. Dude, she would own you in 10 seconds. She’d walk into the room and you’d be just licking that beaver at her command. Shut the fuck up. <laugh>. I don’t like that woman. You like every woman, women own you. Here we go. Action.

Speaker 3 (13:36):

Start it off being like, I understand, I have empathy for you. I will use your pronouns of choice. You know, I’m not gonna say you’re a woman, but you’re a trans woman. And now I am realizing that all of those things are gateway drugs to the co-opting of female sports and the word female and the word woman and breastfeeding and childbearing and menstruation. All the things that are under solidly a list of what is a woman. You don’t know the first thing.

Sevan Matossian (14:09):

Yes you do. Yes you do. Yeah, you do. David, you eat that pussy at command. Yes. Yes. You, you’d wear assless chaps and let her rail you from behind lube your Cheerio and rail you from behind. You would do anything for her. She’d throw a $50 bill on the ground. You’d get down there, she’d fly her G five into Spain and just fucking own you. Do stuff to you that sodomize you and you’d enjoy it. <laugh>, you’d stop listening to this show for if, if she, if she gave you, blew you a kiss. Lie to me, David. And, okay. Uh, yeah. Mike a pull boy, I’d eat it. Yeah. You’re a good dude. <laugh>. Dude. You’re a great dude, dude. Pull Boy, you are a good guy.


God, I hope I don’t get banned for talking about licking vagina. That would suck. Uh, okay. Oh, oh, oh. Where So, so, so she base, listen, you are call, there’s this creature here on planet Earth that we denote or signify by calling them female and female. Hu It’s a human. And I’m trying to think, I mean, I was watching my wife yesterday exercise with my son. I cannot think of a greater creature. It is truly a remarkable creature. And yet your goal is to be nice. But you’ll, you’ll call dudes that creature’s name. What is that saying to all the other females out there? I, dude, listen, I don’t care. I’m trying to use your logic. I’m trying to figure you out for a second. Zeke, why would you do that?


Why would you do that? Why don’t you, why if, if you really wanna be kind, why don’t you call them mentally ill men who are confused? Why don’t you use honesty? And if you don’t believe that, if you’re like, no, Savon, they’re not mentally ill men. They’re men born in the wrong body, then call them that men born in the wrong body. Why are you stealing the word that I used to point at the most insane ridiculously epic creature on planet earth? The woman, the human woman. You’re, it’s just, you’re just full of shit. I, I’m sorry. I don’t mean that in a negative way at all. It’s just nuts. Because if you care, you would not do that to that creature. You’re worried about, um, your disabled son, and yet you’re not worried about his mom or all the creatures. Even if it doesn’t bug that mom, if it bugged 10 of those moms, why would you do that to them?


Because your platform is, is that you’re trying to be nice. Well, you’re actually, it’s a double whammy because you’re not only that, but you’re being a codependent to what I believe are mental, uh, mentally ill men on top of that. You were part of by using that, you, you were part of a cohort that is fascist scum. By that I mean, it’s a regime that wants to censor free speech. It’s the regime that’s behind internment camps. That’s where they gathered Japanese people, you know, this landey people from the island across the Pacific. They gathered Americans with those eyes like that and put them in internment camps. They enslaved people, melanated people because of their skin color. They started the kk you the right doesn’t have anything like antifa, nothing. And, and, and yet you, you claim to do it out a benigns. I you must be so poorly thought out. But that’s okay. Some, uh, and and that’s not a dig. That’s not a dig. Um, it, it, it just, it’s just, I can help you just listen to the show. I’ll help you think some things out. I can help you. What about

Speaker 3 (17:49):

Being a woman? You have no idea what the average woman has been through the course of her life. The challenges we have, the beauty of being a woman, the softness of being a woman, and you never will. And

Sevan Matossian (17:57):

I’m done. I know how your vagina feels when it touches my penis

Speaker 3 (18:02):

Engaging in this fiction. Paul, I’m done. I have empathy, I have compassion, but I am not willing to abandon

Sevan Matossian (18:09):

Truth there. She said it there, she said it. Hey dude, I I mean, how do you not like her? Who care? She, she wants to, she wants to, she wants to be truthful. It’s, uh, um, uh, uh, yeah. So, well, I think

Mattew Souza (18:31):

There’s, there’s also two different things too. Do you want somebody who’s like just compassionate that allows you the space to do your own thing after you’re an 18 year old consenting adult to do whatever you want? Or are you looking for more than, more than that? Like, so

Sevan Matossian (18:44):

What do you mean explain that to me? Meaning you,

Mattew Souza (18:45):

You can’t just gimme your, the space to let me do whatever I’m gonna do. But on top of that, like I now not only need the space, but I need you to cosign on it and then participate in it with me. So it’s not just affecting me. Right. It’s also, I’m

Sevan Matossian (19:01):

You’re you’re talking about him, like your

Mattew Souza (19:03):

Per permission. Yeah. Like right. If I, so yeah. So if you’re gonna have the conversation about transgender people say, oh, well it’s no big deal. They could just do whatever they want now, which I also agree with. You’re an 18 or older consenting adult. Do whatever you want. Do whatever you want to your body, but just don’t force everybody else to participate in it, because that’s where it kind of gets strange, doesn’t it? And then under the same logic of me feeling that I was, um, born the wrong gender for the terminology that is used, can that apply to race? And if it can’t, then is there a fundamental flaw on the logic and reasoning of saying that this is a

Sevan Matossian (19:40):

You mean I can’t, I can’t, you mean, I can say that I feel like a woman, but I can’t say that I feel like a a a brother from the hood.

Mattew Souza (19:46):

Why? Why can’t you?

Sevan Matossian (19:48):

I, I, you’re right. I, I don’t know. I, I would need that explained to me too. I would, the whole thing is, um, and, and that, that’s the mental illness. And anyone who’s ever had, um, like a mental illness. I don’t know if any how many of you had it, but I’ve had it. It’s crazy. Uh, you basically start to lose touch with reality in, in a way that you, you’re scared you start to see the boogeyman. Like anyone who, like, I’ll give you examples of it. Like just a strong core of it. Anyone who races their social media overnight

Mattew Souza (20:16):


Sevan Matossian (20:16):

<affirmative>, you, you, uh, if you want to, if you wanna experience just like a quick, like mad dose of it, um, be living check to check and have, uh, two kids at home, and then your boss finds out he’s sleeping with your wife, uh, or you find, or your boss finds out you’re sleeping with his wife mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you’ll experience a small dose <laugh> of, uh, of mental illness as your whole world starts to unravel <laugh>, you start, you’re, you start reeling. You, you, it, it’s this, uh, constant reeling feeling. So, um, yeah. And it, and it’s okay. It’s okay. It’s not, it’s not, it’s not a, uh, it’s not name calling to say that someone has, um, mental illness, but it, but if you’re a, if you, if you have a penis and you think you’re a woman, you have a mental illness, re re regardless of whether it’s true. If you feel that way or not, let, let’s say you’re a hundred percent right, you really do feel like a woman, which is just bizarre because I’m a man and I don’t know what it feels like to be a man. So I don’t know how a, I don’t know how a woman would know what it’s like to feel like a man or a man would be like, to feel like it’s a woman when I don’t even know what it’s like to feel like a man. And I’m man, and I am a man.

Mattew Souza (21:23):

You just get to make the whole thing up and Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (21:25):

Yeah. Exactly. The whole thing’s made up. Yeah. It’s, it’s, it’s, it’s, um,

Mattew Souza (21:29):

Yeah. And once, once policies start to change, once laws starts to change, once other people are, um, being, uh, things are being taken away from ’em. Like we’re seeing what’s happening in women’s sports and, uh, we’re seeing what’s happening in, in women’s prisons, that’s, um, participation of society at large. There’s no demand. Say

Sevan Matossian (21:48):

That one more time. One more time please.

Mattew Souza (21:50):

Like when policies start to change and other people are starting to be harmed from it, maybe not necessarily physically, although we are seeing that in some of the prisons where people are saying Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. So once that starts to happen, you are part, you are asking for everybody else’s participation in that. Yeah. Yeah. It’s not isolated to you and the other consenting person you’re with. Like if you’re gay and you say, I’m gay. And then where everybody says, okay, and then you go over and find another gay person you’re attracted to, and the, and that’s it. It’s, there’s no, there’s no changes of that. There’s no policy that has to be changed. There’s no rules that have to be bent. There’s no mental gymnastics we have to do to allow this with, uh, without, you know, with taking logical reason out of the equation. So that’s, there’s

Sevan Matossian (22:32):

Delusions. There’s delusions we all participate in,

Mattew Souza (22:35):

Right. Money.

Sevan Matossian (22:37):

Money, yeah. Or

Mattew Souza (22:38):

Currency I should say. Cuz there’s a difference.

Sevan Matossian (22:40):

Uh, traffic, traffic rules.

Mattew Souza (22:43):

Traffic, yep.

Sevan Matossian (22:44):

Yeah. Stuff like that. The law,

Mattew Souza (22:47):

Just in general.

Sevan Matossian (22:48):

Right. Thank you. Uh, $50 trillion. What is this? 50 50 trillion. Oh, this is great. You’re gonna love this. This is, this is, there’s so much and a 50 trillion, uh, in the 1980s, the first ever, uh, the, the budget, the US budget, um, hit a trillion dollars under Reagan. That was the first time. Uh, so here, here’s a 50 trillion proposal being talked about with the, um, secretary of the Department of Energy under Joe Biden. I’m so, I’m so biased. I, I see. I don’t hang, I’m so biased. Hey, you know what’s weird about the scene down here? The, the jiujitsu scene down here is woke, I think in Southern California. It

Mattew Souza (23:37):

All is. It’s like, it’s the hub man. Is

Sevan Matossian (23:40):

It jujitsu guys? I just thought jujitsu guys weren’t Well cuz they roll around with other dudes and they drip sweat into each other’s mouth.

Mattew Souza (23:46):

Hey dude, if you go into a room full of people with a cold, are you gonna not be the only one that doesn’t catch the cold?

Sevan Matossian (23:52):

No, I’m okay. I’m catching it. You’re catching. I don’t, I don’t know. May, who knows <laugh>. I don’t even, I don’t do, I don’t even do cold currency

Mattew Souza (23:59):


Sevan Matossian (24:00):

But how come those guys are woke? How come? I thought those were tough guys and they were personal accountability and responsibility

Mattew Souza (24:06):

Were, they’re insulated.

Sevan Matossian (24:08):

L la they’ve been, they got la

Mattew Souza (24:10):

I mean, they can be

Sevan Matossian (24:11):

Blue pill

Mattew Souza (24:12):

And it’s a whole, the, uh, superiority complex that comes with a lot of the Hollywood la scene. You know, like we set the trash, the, the fashion. We set the trends, we set the ideology <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (24:27):

So it’s so, it’s so weird. Okay. Uh, he, here, here we, um, here we go.

Speaker 4 (24:34):

You’re the Deputy Secretary of Energy. Give me your estimate of how much that is going to reduce world temperatures.

Speaker 5 (24:41):

So, so first of all, it’s a net cost. Um, it’s what, uh, benefits we’re having from getting our act together and

Speaker 4 (24:47):

Understand, and maybe I’m being right now, maybe I’m not being clear. If we spent 50 trillion to become carbon neutral by 2050 in the United States of America, how, how much is that going to reduce world temperatures?

Speaker 5 (25:01):

This is a global problem. So we need to reduce our emissions and we need to do everything we can. How

Speaker 4 (25:05):

Much, if we do our part, is he going to reduce

Speaker 5 (25:07):

World? So we’re per, we’re 13% of global emissions.

Speaker 4 (25:10):

You don’t know. Do you, you don’t know. Do

Speaker 5 (25:13):

You? You can do the math. We need

Speaker 4 (25:14):

To, you don’t know, do you Mr. Secretary, you’re the Deputy Secretary of Energy. Give me your estimate of how much that is going to reduce world temperatures.

Speaker 5 (25:23):

So, so first of all, it’s a net cost. Um, it’s what, uh, benefits we’re having from getting our act together. Understood.

Speaker 4 (25:30):

And maybe I’m being right now, maybe I’m not being clear. If we spent 50 trillion to become carbon neutral by 2050 in the United States of America, how, how much is that going to reduce world temperatures?

Speaker 5 (25:43):

This is a global problem. So we need to reduce our

Sevan Matossian (25:48):

It’s inappropriate, right?

Mattew Souza (25:50):

It’s absurd.

Sevan Matossian (25:51):

It’s absurd. It’s, it’s, it’s like, um, it’s absurd, right?

Mattew Souza (25:56):


Sevan Matossian (25:57):

Like, just answer the question. You’re the Department of Secretary. What’s the estimate? Just make anything up. It’s okay. Right? Just say something one, one degree, half a degree. We don’t know. Just say something. How come he just won’t answer the, um, it’s bizarre.

Mattew Souza (26:14):

It is bizarre. The

Sevan Matossian (26:15):

Whole, the whole, the whole climate thing is a trip. I wonder when we’re not gonna be allowed to talk about the truth about that.

Mattew Souza (26:23):

Just hold. It’s okay. I got this button here so [inaudible] We could still talk about whatever the [inaudible] we want <laugh>.

Sevan Matossian (26:29):

It’s, uh, wow.

Mattew Souza (26:31):

Yeah. Hold on to your hats. Right? Anything that starts to get pushed once you start to, uh,

Sevan Matossian (26:36):

Like what if the W H O weighs, uh, well, they probably have What if the W H O weighs in on climate change, which I’m sure have already, and then YouTube says, Hey, uh, we, if you, you can’t say anything that doesn’t fit the w h o guidelines, by the way. Uh, just so everyone knows, um, that is, uh, when the Democrats were doing, um, the Japanese internment camps, collecting Japanese, taking all their property from them, millions of them. Was it millions? 3 million? Was it 3 million Japanese people?

Mattew Souza (27:04):

I don’t know. I’m not familiar with it.

Sevan Matossian (27:08):

Um, however many they took their property. I, I was, I was hanging out with a lady at tennis the other day. Big Asians. A lot of Asians, a lot of good Asians at tennis man. Um, they got like two year olds that smashed the ball. Um, but, uh, she was telling me about how her family, their, their property was taken in San Francisco and Pacific Heights never returned to ’em. Put in camps. Mm-hmm.

Mattew Souza (27:28):


Sevan Matossian (27:29):

They did nuts. Absolutely nuts. Uh, the, the media was taken over N nbc, cbs b s they weren’t allowed to, uh, you weren’t allowed to say any, any dissenting opinion, um, against the, uh, president at the time. I think it was, uh, fdr, uh, cl uh, climate change will be referred to as the Broncos

Mattew Souza (27:50):


Sevan Matossian (27:51):

I’m, I’m open. I’m definitely open to it.

Mattew Souza (27:54):

The only thing I hate about those, um, that clip that you played, or whenever they have those, you know, whatever those hearings and those meetings and stuff, it just feels like nothing ever comes from it. You know? They like put people on blast and like they’re showing that

Sevan Matossian (28:07):

Guy was respectful in the questions though, wasn’t he?

Mattew Souza (28:10):

What’s that?

Sevan Matossian (28:11):

That guy was res the guy questioning, uh, was respectful the questions. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (28:15):


Sevan Matossian (28:16):

He wasn’t, he wasn’t like being like Jim Jordan. Jim Jordan gets agro.

Mattew Souza (28:19):

Yeah. Yeah. He starts to really get the gotcha questions going and it just doesn’t feel like it, those things go anywhere. It just all, it just all feels like theater. It all feels like theater. Yes.

Sevan Matossian (28:29):

Yes. It’s

Mattew Souza (28:30):

A big fucking facade. And

Sevan Matossian (28:31):

Except, except, except when Tib went up there, the, the, remember the Twitter guy who, who was up there? Um, and uh, the same day he was testifying in Congress, uh, the Democrat sent the IRS to his house.

Mattew Souza (28:44):

<laugh>. No, I didn’t know.

Sevan Matossian (28:45):

Do you know about that? That happened last month. Those two reporters, what were they were being questioned about? Um,

Mattew Souza (28:51):


Sevan Matossian (28:54):

They were being questioned about. Um, darn it, I forget. I’ll remember, or someone will say in the comments, those guys were chill. Those guys were crazy chill. They didn’t do the theater. They just answered the questions. And then, then the irony is, is those guys are Democrats and they were getting just chewed up by the Democrats. The, that’s what’s scary about being woke. They’ll eventually they eat your own. Yeah,

Mattew Souza (29:18):

It implodes.

Sevan Matossian (29:19):

Yeah. There’s no, there, there’s no, uh, <laugh> there’s no logic. Right. You can’t be like, one plus one is two, and we’re all on the same team. And no matter what, we live and die by this. It’s not like that.

Mattew Souza (29:30):

Well, imagine

Sevan Matossian (29:30):

I’ll change that shit to three and and they’ll kill you.

Mattew Souza (29:33):

Yeah. And imagine trying to be the one perpetuating all of it because, uh, as things move along, if you f if you forget or you slip up in the agenda and you’re like not following it to the tee, all of a sudden you become the enemy. Right? Yes. Like, as you’re saying, eating their own. Yeah. So I’m like, well, I don’t necessarily agree with that. That seems a little extreme. It’s like, oh, nope. You needed to agree with it. Now we’re attacking

Sevan Matossian (29:51):

Matt. Matt to bet to Taby. Yeah. What, what was the, what was he testifying about? It was fascinating. What was it? Him and that other guy? Those reporters.

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