#956 – The Time is Now | Live Call In Show

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Bam. We’re live. Oh, shit. That doesn’t look right. Okay, here we go to spacer’s on. Oh my goodness. There’s two little spiders hanging from my microphone. Two spiders. I don’t know. That was a little aggressive. That’s weird.


Does that mean just a a, a spider egg hatched around here? What is going on? Oh, no rumble this morning. That’s my fault. I didn’t do my true duties. Steven Flores. Good morning, Paulina. Good morning, Heidi. Good morning, Heidi. Uh, anyone who needs to vet a mate, um, do not hesitate to, um, speak to Heidi. Contact Heidi. She will teach you how to vet a mate appropriately. Um, dog coach Brit. Hi. Haven’t seen you before, g Louise. Hi, the Shi graphic guru. Good morning, vindicate. Good morning. Thank you for the shirt. It’s weird. I never think I’m gonna like this shirt, uh, Travis. And then I, uh, whenever I put it on, just cuz the color, they’re just so muted or something. And then whenever I put it on, I’m like, oh, this is a dope shirt. I need to wear it more. Same, same. Almost like Groundhog Day. Matt Burns. Good morning, Dixie. Good morning, Janelle. Winston. I saw yesterday, Instagram was suggesting to me that I follow you. Good morning, Phillip Kelly. Good morning. Morning Wood. Jens, Audrey. Hello, lovers and friends. Happy Tuesday. Who already worked out? Not me.


I, um, I did my second shot of BPC 1 57 last night. I did it right before I went to bed, and the first time I did it with Andrew, I had my arm straight and I just pushed it in there and it was easy peasy Last night. I kind of bent it a little bit. I didn’t flex it, but it brought whatever that tendon is that, or I don’t know if it’s a tendon or a ligament or whatever, but there’s something in there. Maybe it’s muscle, but there’s this narrow thing in there. And when I pushed the needle in, I felt it hit it.


Yeah. I felt it hit it. I wouldn’t to say, well, it hurt for sure, but not bad. I mean, nothing. Um, on a one to 10, it was a two, but it was just unsettling. Like, I, I felt it push. I felt the needle push through the skin. You, the first time I did it, right when the needle breaks the skin, it, the pain’s gone. So it’s like pain and then gone. And then you can shove the needle all the way in and you don’t feel anything. But this time I broke the skin and then I had to, whatever that thing is that’s underneath there, that thing got penetrated too. And another weird thing, I’m 51 years old and I can never, ever, ever in my entire life remember waking up with a tight jaw. And this morning my jaw was tight. It was weird. I wonder if there’s any relationship to that. Uh, Mr. David. Good morning, brother. Dr. Seuss. Moaning. Moaning, moaning, moaning. Morning, uh, pool Boy. Good morning. Nice to see you jiggy. Josh. Hi.


What’s good, Sevy? I’m ramping up my barefoot training. Do you recommend that IATA board? Oh, is that the one with the needles on it? I try to, uh, Shakti, Matt and my feet adapted really quickly and it doesn’t feel sharp anymore. Wow. Wow. Uh, I can’t recommend it or not recommend it because for me, in all fairness, it’s really just been a, um, I treat it like a gimmick. Like when I pull it down, it’s just me and my son’s fool around on it. I haven’t developed any real practice on it. I’ll show you guys what the, what he’s talking about. It’s a crazy board. It’s fun having, I’ll tell you that. It’s, um, I made a video of, uh, Avi doing a, um, maybe I’ll do that again. It’s been a while. I made a video of Avi doing a, uh, pistol, a one-legged squat barefoot on this board.


Let’s see, I’ll share the screen. IAR board, is that what it’s called? Iar IAR board. I’m not even, I I, oh yeah. These are nice. So basically you see that the, that’s kind of a tough to understand what you’re looking at, but those are, it’s basically a board with, uh, bunch of nails or pins. I they’re nails that are all equally distant from each other that if you stepped on one, it would puncture your foot. But because it’s distributed over the heads of so many nails, you, you know what’s interesting? I, I’ve had years of my wife talking to me about using words like sensations and stimulus and things like that. So when, when I step on that thing, I have a way of processing it intellectually. That’s pretty interesting that I don’t think I would have if I didn’t. Oh, there it is. That’s a great shot of it. You guys see that?


That I don’t know if, um, I think my heads are sharper. Mine are actual nails. Those look like they’re blunted a little bit. Wow. Look at this one. $2,000 for that one. Wow. Is is that, is that right? $1,111. I don’t know what’s going on there if that, I can’t tell the price. Oh, here’s one for $555. They were expensive. That’s a nice one, dude. That’s pretty. But basically when I step on it, my, you, there’s two ways you could process it. You could step on it and you could be like, oh my God, that hurts. But because of the years of the way my wife talks to me about things, um, it’s funny. I process it like, wow, this is a lot of stimulation. I don’t feel it as pain. I wonder, I wonder how you, you process it jiggy. And so like, I step on it, I’m like, whew. And I just start to get really what I would call overstimulated. Yeah. Over stemmed. Over stemmed. It was like that. I saw that. Um, new, um, the, the tranny, uh, spider-Man movie, black Lives Matter tranny Man, they really ruined that movie.


It was, they have a spider girl in there with the mental, mental disorder haircut that, you know, the, the one that I think has a correlation with mental disorder screaming. You have a mental, mental health issues. And then she’s got all these piercings and she’s a spider-man. And it’s like, it’s absurd so bad. But anyway, uh, I got over stemmed in that movie. That was a lot. But I don’t go to the movies and shit like that. I’m a outside, outside barefoot and a garden kind of guy. I get overstimulated by YouTube, uh, working on a new se shirt for the games. Awesome dude. That’s killer.


Matt Burns se no guests. So don’t go off too far off the rails too far. It’s close to the games and we don’t need to get kicked off. Oh, I understand. I see what you’re saying. All right. Fair enough. I appreciate the, uh, the concern. Everything seems normal and, uh, very chill this morning. Very chill. So chill that I was like, maybe I don’t even do a show this morning. Not like in a bad way. Um, Stu has your pee pee stop working. I heard That’s what steroids do. I’m not on the steroids. I’m not, I, I took, um, some peptides in a, uh, injured arm. I don’t do that. God, I don’t do steroids. I’m still fucking marshmallow. Caller. Hi.

Speaker 2 (07:58):

Hey, how you doing Sivan?

Sevan Matossian (07:59):

Hi. Good morning. Nice to your voice.

Speaker 2 (08:03):

I wanted to say hello to all my seven Misas. They’re in the chat.

Sevan Matossian (08:07):

Oh, like who? Name one for me.

Speaker 2 (08:10):

Oh God. Heidi, Philip,

Sevan Matossian (08:12):


Speaker 2 (08:13):

Jan Odd.

Sevan Matossian (08:15):

Have you ever met Heidi Zombie? Have you met Heidi in person?

Speaker 2 (08:19):

No, I have not. But I feel like I have.

Sevan Matossian (08:22):

I know, me too. I got to work with her Alza.

Speaker 2 (08:28):

I wanted to relay a story.

Sevan Matossian (08:30):

I can’t wait.

Speaker 2 (08:33):

My kids are 28 and 27.

Sevan Matossian (08:35):


Speaker 2 (08:37):

They were, when they were growing up, they had these stores in the mall that I refused to let them buy clothes in.

Sevan Matossian (08:45):


Speaker 2 (08:47):

Hollister. Abercrombie. And then the ultimate Grooming store is pink.

Sevan Matossian (08:54):


Speaker 2 (08:55):

But they used to like, you know, why can’t we buy any clothes? Or, I’m like, because they’ve got child pornography for ads Pink. I don’t know if anybody’s got

Sevan Matossian (09:07):

Pink, pink clothing store. I’m looking it up now. Pink Clothing. Oh yeah, I remember that. Yeah. Yeah, I remember that.

Speaker 2 (09:15):

Do you, I mean, basically. Come on. Really?

Sevan Matossian (09:18):

You know, before I had kids, I didn’t even notice any of that stuff.

Speaker 2 (09:23):

Oh. It was like struggles. And so anyway, I’ve been talking to my kids lately and they’re like, they’re so right. Not letting us shop in those stores.

Sevan Matossian (09:33):

Oh wow. They did. They do say that now. They do say that now. Oh shit. You’re, I think, are you driving? Cuz your, your phone reception just broke up. Call back. Maybe you’re toast. I lost you. Oh, you’re gone. Yeah. Isn’t that weird? Uh, it, it’s the same thing with, I used to, um, I used to go to the gay Pride parades all the time when they were near my house. I mean, I would still go near the, if they were near my house. And, uh, when you’re, when you’re 19 years old there and, and drinking illegally on the streets, you don’t notice, you don’t think there’s anything wrong with dudes running around with their dicks out and then all of a sudden you have kids and you’re like, you get it. You’re like, oh, that’s, that’s, that’s why a little bit better. Appropriate. Yeah, much better. Thank you. Okay, so your kids do see, anyway, so what ha do they have kids? Is that why that? It’s funny how all of a sudden you care, care about child pornography once you have kids.

Speaker 3 (10:26):

No, they don’t. They don’t have any kids yet. But, you know, I was just, I was just asking if they remember like, going through the mall and me not letting them go in those stores. And it was, you know, of course they’re, you know, they see it today and there’s a documentary out on the grooming of employees and customers for I think Aber Abercrombie. I think there’s like a documentary. And my daughter and I were talking about it and she’s like, oh my god, mom, you’re never gonna believe what happened with Abercrombie. I don’t know, maybe I heard it on your podcast.

Sevan Matossian (10:59):

Yeah. JR used to work there and I think JR was like, Hey, you gotta see this documentary. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (11:03):

That’s where I heard it. Yeah. There was a, there’s a documentary out about how it was really bad, bad Juju in that store.

Sevan Matossian (11:10):

Someone, someone, um, tell me the name of that doc. I’m gonna watch it and have JR back on and ask him about it. Yeah. It’s, um, yeah.

Speaker 3 (11:19):

And of course my daughter wanted to always go into Pink. Cause it was, it was just a Victoria’s Secret brand for kids.

Sevan Matossian (11:28):

Oh, okay. And they call it Pink. Yeah. Okay. I I’m like, come

Speaker 3 (11:31):

On people.

Sevan Matossian (11:32):

That’s funny you say that when I typed in pink it says Pink Victoria’s Secrets. I wonder if it’s owned by the same people.

Speaker 3 (11:38):

Yeah, it is. They, they opened it to grab that young market.

Sevan Matossian (11:42):

Wow. Wow.

Speaker 3 (11:44):

And of course it refers to, you know what, you know.

Sevan Matossian (11:47):

Wow. And then, and then our, and then our beloved ar artist, uh, badass Chick artist Pink, uh, ended up being bought by uh, Pfizer, which is kind of crazy. Right. She ended up, uh,

Speaker 3 (12:00):

Anyway, I just wanted to relay that. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (12:02):

Well thank you. Thank you. Hey, hey.

Speaker 3 (12:04):

If you talk to Hunter. Yeah. If you talk to Hunter, tell him I’m not some crazy fan.

Sevan Matossian (12:10):

Why? What did you do?

Speaker 3 (12:10):

Cause I’ve been trying to hit him up in his dms to hike Mount Washington at the end of the Appalachian Trail.

Sevan Matossian (12:16):


Speaker 3 (12:17):

But I think he’s, he got off the Appalachian trail early, I think.

Sevan Matossian (12:22):

Hey, do you know where Jody Lynn lives?

Speaker 3 (12:27):

What do you mean? That’s me.

Sevan Matossian (12:28):

Oh, you are Jody Lynn. Okay. Yeah.

Speaker 3 (12:30):


Sevan Matossian (12:31):

Lynn. And Jody Lynn is the, the

Speaker 3 (12:32):

Cabinet gal.

Sevan Matossian (12:33):

So you are the same person?

Speaker 3 (12:35):


Sevan Matossian (12:36):

Okay, good. Alright. Good. Okay. I was tripping. Good. Alright. I feel

Speaker 3 (12:39):

Better. Uh, I’m Jaylen y on Instagram.

Sevan Matossian (12:42):

Okay. Good. All right.

Speaker 3 (12:44):

That’s my Instagram handle. And then Jody Lynn realtor. I think it comes up in the comments.

Sevan Matossian (12:49):

Okay, good. Now I’m good. But in the

Speaker 3 (12:52):

Chat, I think I’m Jody Lynn.

Sevan Matossian (12:53):

Yeah, you are. Okay. Okay. Sometimes. Okay. La cabinet or? Yeah. Okay. The one and only. Okay. Thank you. Steven Flores says, hi, Jodi. Rob Robbie says, hi Jody.

Speaker 3 (13:03):

Hi guys.

Sevan Matossian (13:04):

You have friends in high places. All

Speaker 3 (13:05):

My, all my seventies says, anyway, I wanted Hunter to end the Appalachian Trail and hike Mount Washington. Cause I always hike Mount Washington once a summer. That’s the highest peak in the Northeast.

Sevan Matossian (13:19):

Alright, well, so

Speaker 3 (13:19):

The Appalachian Trail goes right through there. So I was, I was hitting him up in the dms. Like, who is this crazy lady?

Sevan Matossian (13:26):

I, I spoke to Hunter yesterday. I dunno if I should reveal what happened, but he is off the Appalachian Trail. He did have a Yeah,

Speaker 3 (13:34):

I heard that. I, I kind of got that he was off the Appalachian Trail, but

Sevan Matossian (13:38):

He did have a great time on it though. He said it was amazing.

Speaker 3 (13:41):

Oh, yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (13:43):

Heidi’s disappointed that I didn’t know that Jodi and, uh, cabinet lady were the same person. Okay.

Speaker 3 (13:47):

<laugh>. You know what I’d love to do?

Sevan Matossian (13:50):

I’ll have to be reminded again. Probably.

Speaker 3 (13:52):

No, I would love to go work for Katie and design gyms.

Sevan Matossian (13:58):

Katie who henneger

Speaker 3 (14:00):

Instead, instead of designing kitchens, I’d like to design gyms for outfits, you know.

Sevan Matossian (14:06):

Oh, wow.

Speaker 3 (14:07):

Go down to Columbus. Just sit there and design gyms and sell their equipment.

Sevan Matossian (14:11):

Wow. Hey, they have, um, do, is it similar software? Do you use software to design? Um,

Speaker 3 (14:17):

Yeah. I use, uh, I use computer aided design.

Sevan Matossian (14:21):


Speaker 3 (14:22):

The 3d 3d, um, perspectives and everything like that.

Sevan Matossian (14:26):

Do you think Rogue uses those also, like you said?

Speaker 3 (14:29):

I don’t know. I gotta find out.

Sevan Matossian (14:31):

I bet you they do.

Speaker 3 (14:31):

I gotta just pack up my car and go down to Columbus and knock on the door.

Sevan Matossian (14:34):

Yeah. Seriously. Why don’t you just DM her, start courting her. Dear Bill and Katie

Speaker 3 (14:41):


Sevan Matossian (14:42):

Don’t use my name. I don’t think that will open any,

Speaker 3 (14:44):

Well, it didn’t go so well with Hunter, so I don’t know. Yeah, well, if I had any luck there,

Sevan Matossian (14:49):


Speaker 3 (14:50):


Sevan Matossian (14:51):


Speaker 3 (14:52):


Sevan Matossian (14:52):

Every 20 people I invite on the show, I get one. So keep trying.

Speaker 3 (14:56):

Okay. I I appreciate that.

Sevan Matossian (15:01):

Oh, look at this. Look at this. Um, Gabe from Paper Street Coffee says, wait, I need her to help me build out my cafe. There you go. There’s your first customer. Oh,

Speaker 3 (15:10):

Perfect. Hit me up. Ok. Send me your dimensions. I do the whole workup. I what I did, like, I did my sister’s kitchen in Michigan. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. So I got her measurements.

Sevan Matossian (15:22):

What are your sister’s measurements? What are your sister’s measurements?

Speaker 3 (15:26):

<laugh>, they’re not as good as mine. Okay. Anyway, I sent her the design and she just bought the cabinets at a local shop. So yeah, I’ll do that. I’ll do that for papers. Tree of course.

Sevan Matossian (15:38):

Awesome. Okay. Uh, Gabe, it is gonna be heavy on the cabinets. There’ll be more cabinets than most coffee shops. She has a bias.

Speaker 3 (15:46):

<laugh> Jeremy. Oh my God. Jeremy. Do not go to Pink with your daughter. That’s terrible.

Sevan Matossian (15:51):

You saw that comment?

Speaker 3 (15:53):

I saw. I’m looking at the comments on the iPad. Alright.

Sevan Matossian (15:57):

All right. Thanks for calling.

Speaker 3 (15:58):

Hey, take it easy. Bye. Bye. Bye.

Sevan Matossian (16:14):

The, the, to, to go back to, I forget who said it, but hey, someone said take it, take it. I think it was Shawn. Shawn was like, Hey, take it easy. Don’t lose the channel as we, uh, build up to the game saying anything crazy. The last time I lost the channel for a week when I got a strike, it was something I had said months ago. Months ago. And, uh, someone dug it out and reported it. Uh, Jake Chapman, uh, Sevi. You seem tired today. Everything okay? No, I’m, I’m b Yesterday I was really tired because the show started a half hour early with Rich. And then I was really tired. Uh, today I’m good. I slept. I slept fucking great. Best. I’ve slept in a long time. Although, like I said, I woke up, my jaw was tight. And I’ve never had that in my life.


I can’t ever remember my jaw being tight. It got better. It got better. I wake up, uh, an hour before the show starts and it got better. I got it. Loosened up. No, everything’s great. I’m mellow. I am. I am Chillo, chillo, cello. I’m chill. There’s nothing, uh, I saw on the, I was glad that Jody called. There was nothing. There’s, now there’s a fucking moth in here. What is it? Bug Week in my office. Uh, some, sometimes I come in here in the morning. I’m so fucking fired up. I wanted to start the show. I wanted to start the show with music today. And I know I’m not allowed to do that. You know what song I wanted to play? Um, you, I’ll go to YouTube and see if I can pull it up. I wanted to start the show with I, uh, I think the band’s name is called Passenger.


Passenger. Passenger. That show. Oh, let her go. I wanted to start the, um, fuck it. Now we’re in trouble. I wanted to start the show with this. I played this for my son yesterday in the car. And, uh, when it was over, he said, what’s the name of that song? And I said, let her go. And he, um, he went right into the house and played it. Asked Alexa to play like that song, Jake. Oh wow. Tell me, tell me. I was gonna say, can you imagine doing a, uh, writing a song that everyone in the world likes? That there’s not one person that doesn’t like it. You don’t like that song?


Man, I knew Sevy was sad today. It’s kind of a sad song, right? I’m, but I’m not sad. Uh, are you taking song requests? No. That would just fuck the whole show up right there. But whatever. Every show is fucked up. Every, like that’s the, we we can’t mo our YouTube monetization is so fucked up because of just the swearing and the topics we talked about. It’s just a mess. It’s just a mess. But it doesn’t, at least they’re not strike strikes. They’re just copyright strikes. They’re not you. There’s actually shit. You just can’t say, oh, Jake loves it. He’s just bullshitting.


Okay, good. Yeah, it’s a great song. Right? Holy cow. Caitlin Burns a man. That one moves me. Yeah, for sure. That song is gay as fuck. I love it. It’s my, um, it’s what’s interesting too is it’s my, my toughest kid is my most emotional kid. Oh God. They’re all three. So emotional kids are emotional powerhouses. It’s nuts. The shit that moves them. What’s Double Wolf? Does that mean it’s good? Come on, someone tell me Who didn’t like that song? I want, let, let me see who did. There’s really someone who doesn’t like that song By Passenger. Let her go, man. Yeah. As a gay black man, I, I tell you, that’s it. That song. Fucking Rocks. Okay. Here, um, you Star Wars got a tranny actor. Do you guys see that?


Ima imagine. Why is that important for us to know Star Wars cast? Its first ever transgender actor. I don’t even know what that means anymore. Does that mean it had a penis and it cut it off, or what? I don’t know what that means. Even I read about the, I went to, um, Zoe Roku’s, uh, Instagram account. The tranny who is in the show. Just seems like your typical 23 year old. You’re, you don’t like that. You, you hate that song. Oh, Mason Mitchell hates it. Jay Harle hates it. David Weeds hates it. Golf Fox Trot Yankee hates it. Wow. Alright. Fuck.


I had no idea. I didn’t know anyone hated that song. I thought that was just like a fucking slam dunk. Corbin Bowman hate it. You, you like hate the song or you hate the way it makes you feel like you just want to like, take cock and rub it on your face. And you don’t like that, that that sensation wow. Reminds you of an ex-girlfriend who dumped you all. Gay guys hate it. Oh, cuz it moves them to, um, oh my God. Allison, you didn’t like that? Oh no. Oh my goodness. Oh my goodness. Wow. Uh, oh, here I here, uh, I’m a black guy and I like that song. Yeah. I think it’s, I don’t even think it’s like a good song. I think it’s a great song. I think it’s like, I I thought it was just like a slam dunk. Like, like something Bob Marley could, you know, like, wow. I wonder if we could find one song that we all like, yeah, of course. You like it. It need a dick in me. Yeah, of course. You like it.


That’s a great comment. Play some incubus. We need a palette. Cleanse. Cleanse. Wow, that’s good. Okay. Um, so, so di so yeah, so Star Wars. Star Wars is, is Brag. I guess they’re Walt Disney. Walt Disney. It’s so funny. But my whole feelings about Disney, I used to have these like certain kind of feeling and I, I would see Disney, I would think of Jim Cricket and Mickey Mouse. And now it’s, I I don’t think of that, any of that stuff at all. It’s all gone. I think of, um, of Disney as, uh, a tool to keep, uh, the, to just to keep black people down and, um, and to push pedophilia. Isn’t that weird how it just completely flipped? Like that’s, that’s what I think that their, their deal is. And of course, I don’t, I I think it’s great that, um, every, I mean, being transgender is being an actor. I mean, we’re all actors. I just think it’s bizarre that they’re pushing that this, this, this person too. Uh, Zo to Rockies is a really cool looking human being. I think it was a girl. It chopped off its tits, which is weird because here they show it, it’s back as a girl. Let me see, let me go to his website or his Instagram. Uh, transgender and non-binary. What does that Oh yeah, yeah. It was a girl and now it’s a dude. But in the movie, it plays a girl. Wow.


I’m so confused. Anyway, if you go to, um, Zoe’s Instagram account, let’s see. I’ll pull it up. It, she or he, or it sounds just like a fucking typical. Um, it’s so weird. A typical 23 year old kid just completely confused, searching for something really passionate, just a fucking, it’s just crazy that they chopped the tits off this thing. Like, like, Hey dude, you’re just chilling. You’re just like, let me see if I can find the, um, the post where, where it just sounds like a typical 23 year old. Lemme see. Anyway, well, congratulations for getting the Star Wars. Um, the Star Wars piece.


There’s all this talk out there about all this anti trans sdi, uh, anti-trans legislation. And every time, every single piece that I’ve looked at is not anti-trans at all. It’s so weird that they’re couching it like that. No, no one, no one cares. Listen, no one wants you to encourage their kids. No one wants you to encourage their kids to do anything. I don’t, I I, without my consent, I don’t want you to encourage my kids to do anything. I don’t want you to encourage my kids. It’s like, um, uh, where was I the other day? I went to this. I went to a, a little corner market, uh, a little fancy market. And as we’re leaving, the lady says, oh, can I give your kids pops? Uh, or no? She asked the boys, uh, directly. She said, um, can I give your kids popsicles?


We’re giving away free popsicles. No. First she asked them, Hey boys, do you guys want popsicles? And they looked at me and then she said, can I give your kids popsicles? And I said, no, I don’t want, I don’t want you encouraging my kids to do anything that I didn’t ask you to encourage them for. I’m not, I’m not interested in your help at all outside of like, really common sense. Like, there’s a a lion grab my kid and you want to like, help save my kid from the lion’s mouth. No one who has kids wants you to encourage them to do anything.


I don’t want you to encourage them to explore their sexuality. I don’t want you to encourage them to explore it. I’m not, I’m not interested in, in you proposing anything to them. I’ll do all of that for my kids. That that’s what parenting is. If I want my kid to learn how to dance, I’ll sign them up for a dance class. If I want my kid to learn how to write, I’ll sign them up for a writing class. I will take my kids and make the decisions of what I want my kids to be encouraged to do.


I DJ’d at a gay wedding and those, uh, songs hit, maybe I should show you guys my playlist. Then you guys will fucking be like, oh shit. He really is gay. This is this, this, it’s, it’s so sad. Uh, this is that. This is the, uh, the Instagram account of Zoe Raki, who is the transgender that Disney’s celebrating is in the new Star Wars film. Just cool, congratulations on getting that. You must be excited. But when you, if you listen to this piece from her Instagram, Instagram account, it’s a testimonial from obviously a transvestite. Like you can see that you, that’s a man dressed as a woman.


And he’s talking about the importance to fight back against transphobia. But he actually doesn’t say anything like no one’s bridging. The gap is for as much information i I consume about transgenderism. No one’s ever explained to me. I, I haven’t heard one person in the thousand pieces of content I’ve seen. Explain to me what’s actually going on other than mental illness. It all comes across as mental illness. I’m hungry. I waited. I had no food in my refrigerator. I waited till it was nighttime. I got a flashlight. I jumped over the fence into my neighbor’s yard. I brought a brown paper bag with me. I took the brown paper bag off over my head and filled it with apples. I stole those apples. They belonged to my neighbor according to California law. I went back over the fence with the bag. As I was running home. I tripped and fell and the bags went all over the street. I picked the bag. I, uh, the apples all over the street. I picked the apples up. I put them back in the bag. I entered my house. I washed the apples. I sliced them and fed my children. I did that because my kids were hungry and I didn’t have money to feed them there. There’s there’s nothing like that in the transgender community. There’s no, there’s, there’s nothing that I can understand. There’s, there’s not one fucking explanation.


And all of my experience with that, with going to those parades and hanging out with those peoples, it’s all, it’s all they, they were either all, um, it’s all sex stuff. It’s all, it’s a hundred percent sex stuff, which is okay, I’m not judging it. But then don’t, then, then you see right there, why I don’t want it around my kids. I’m not interested in, in introducing ideas. Uh, when I walk down the street, I can look at my own kids. My kids behave and are the way they are because of things that were introduced to them or, or things that were not introduced to them. So when I see, uh, a group of, uh, 11 year old girls, um, behaving in a certain way and didn’t come up with that shit, someone, someone introduced it to them. So I just don’t want those people introducing that this shit to my kids until they’re ready. Until they’re ready and they can learn all about the fucking.

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