Greg Glassman #10 | Live Call In

Sevan Matossian (00:02):

Spam we’re live. Hey, good morning, Christine. What’s up, Mooney Rambler? Yeah, Glassman opinions on taking more than six grams of fish oil. Oh, that’s a good one. Good morning. Three or four more days at this remote location before I get back to the studio. Justin, what’s up? Good morning, coach. Ken. Good morning Matt. What’s up, Hindle Decker? I know I owe you a text. I see an unopened text on my phone from you. Good morning, Greg. Good morning.

Greg Glassman (00:38):

Good morning.

Sevan Matossian (00:43):

You got your spot? That’s your spot.

Greg Glassman (00:46):

Yeah, I mean, I’m kind of sitting in a classroom like dumpster. I got Lego projects going on on either side of the table. It’s not my favorite thing, but

Sevan Matossian (01:02):

Hey, did you tell the rest of the homies in the house that you’re going to be consuming all the bandwidth for the next 90 minutes?

Greg Glassman (01:13):

We’re without visitors so it’s pretty quiet.

Sevan Matossian (01:16):

Oh, gotcha. Alright.

Greg Glassman (01:17):


Sevan Matossian (01:19):

Why is

Greg Glassman (01:19):

It sound okay? Am I doing

Sevan Matossian (01:20):

Alright dude? No. Yeah, you sound perfect. You crystal clear? Absolutely. Your picture is perfect. I just thought that was a fascinating phenomenon. If you get, I guess that’s why places you go to large events, I don’t know. Let’s just make up the Super Bowl and everyone’s cell service just takes a shitter. It’s just too many phones for one tower.

Greg Glassman (01:39):

Yeah, I had a house full of teenagers.

Sevan Matossian (01:41):


Greg Glassman (01:43):

I think

Sevan Matossian (01:45):

That was issue. Yeah. Robbie, good morning, Philip Kelly. Good morning Cave gastro. Good morning Mr. Walker. Stay safe today. Dennis O’Leary. Geez. Wow. Brandon Lacock. That’s a real name. That’s that guy’s real name. Good morning. What a full house. Holy cow. What about that? So it looks like Tyson did it. The Travis pageant’s son is now the number two quarterback for the Chicago Bears.

Greg Glassman (02:21):

It’s amazing. It’s a beautiful thing.

Sevan Matossian (02:23):

I wonder if there’s some sort of

Greg Glassman (02:26):

Actual, I share your sense of I’m more proud for he and Tyson Travis overly, but it’s an amazing and beautiful thing.

Sevan Matossian (02:42):

As good as he is, it’s still an underdog story, which is I feel, I don’t want anyone to think that I didn’t believe in him and I don’t know how amazing he is, but it’s still an underdog story.

Greg Glassman (02:52):

He was telling people that his kid was going to be a quarterback in the N F L when the kid was rolling his eyes at his dad and it was clearly Travis’s dream and he coached, encouraged and strategized a backdoor entry into the N F L. That’s as amazing as the kid is amazing and talented. I mean, this is all consistent with potentially he being one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. That doesn’t make it even more amazing if that happens right where he is at. It’s unbelievable.

Sevan Matossian (03:33):

The bears will now hand the role to undrafted rookie. So not even drafted.

Greg Glassman (03:39):

They’re already saying that the scouts and the coaches and the management look like geniuses. What a great thing to be said about you.

Sevan Matossian (03:49):

Right? Some people have said that about you.


The Bears will now hand the role to undrafted rookie Tyson Bet or veteran Nathan Peterman Bejan, who signed with Chicago after playing for offensive coordinator, Luke Tke squad at the Senior Bowl. So that’s one of the things that’s interesting about the story. I guess whatever is considered the pro bowl of college football is the Senior Bowl D two players don’t normally get invited there. Tyson was invited there and the coach of that team, the guest coach happened to be the offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears, this Luke Getsy. So he’s probably getting the pats on the back that he’s a genius, right? Hey, good job taking a risk on the kid.

Greg Glassman (04:31):

It was tweeted by a blue check that there’s a promotion coming because of this. How’s that?

Sevan Matossian (04:38):

Oh wow.

Greg Glassman (04:39):

Yeah. This is a good get financially and talent wise and in this sense of incubating a talent. So they got what? They got this kid on the hook for three years is it? So

Sevan Matossian (04:52):

I think that’s what I heard. I either heard or saw it written. I can’t remember three years

Greg Glassman (04:58):

At what is for him a fortune and what is for the league. Nothing.

Sevan Matossian (05:03):


Greg Glassman (05:05):


Sevan Matossian (05:07):

Got it. So good. Did you see, I

Greg Glassman (05:10):

Tell you what pans out, he stays on this trajectory, let’s say, and the financial opportunities for him down the road will be enormous. Not that there’s anything wrong with Macon with a mill something a year anyways,

Sevan Matossian (05:33):

Right. As opposed to 400 million for 10 years.

Greg Glassman (05:36):

Yeah, right.

Sevan Matossian (05:39):

Did you also see one of the things I saw was that he Chicago’s the largest media market in the United States with only one team, meaning he doesn’t have to share the press with two football teams. I think a big city like LA might have, or New York has the Giants and the Jets, things like that. It’s a cool place. Cool spot. And I think lots of people like us who have kids and who are fathers, whereas it’s weird. You get some, I don’t know, some proximity, pride. You’re stoked. You’re more stoked than you. I’m more stoked than I thought I would be. I’m surprised how excited I am for Travis.

Greg Glassman (06:30):

It’s epic. Hold my beer, watch this. Right,

Sevan Matossian (06:34):


Greg Glassman (06:35):

You’re just glad you were there and proud to be a witness to it. Yeah, yeah. Your kid’s going to be in the N F L

Sevan Matossian (06:45):

As opposed to there’s a lot of professions that people might be jealous too. You know what I mean? Fuck that. You know what I mean? You’re feigning. Oh, good job. Congratulations. I think that a lot of people are sincerely really happy for this dude. Yeah, it’s good shit.

Greg Glassman (06:59):

And I imagine there’s some of this around almost every player,

Sevan Matossian (07:05):

Right? That’s a good

Greg Glassman (07:06):

Point. Friends and family,

Sevan Matossian (07:09):

Right? Right. Absolutely.

Greg Glassman (07:12):

For a lot of those kids, it wasn’t ever seen as a long shot either.

Sevan Matossian (07:19):

Right. Good point though.

Greg Glassman (07:22):

It may have been,

Sevan Matossian (07:24):

As you say that I don’t know how many, let’s say there’s 30 teams or 32 teams or whatever in the N F L and each one got, let’s say 10 new players. I’m just making that up. So that’s 300 kids somewhere on the planet. Their little communities of friends and family are like, holy shit, you did it. This is going on. What is interesting about this story though is someone sent me a screenshot. Tyson’s name was trending on Twitter. So this story is getting a little more buzz or X or whatever they call it now. Are you going to switch the name? Are you going to keep calling it Twitter or X or are you fluid?

Greg Glassman (07:57):

I have no idea.

Sevan Matossian (08:01):

You didn’t go to bed last night being like, shit, should I keep calling it Twitter or X?

Greg Glassman (08:04):

Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (08:08):

I want to show you this crazy story that I remembered I saw a few months back. Tom, hi.

Speaker 3 (08:25):

Hey, what’s up? Sorry to bug you early in the podcast.

Sevan Matossian (08:27):

You’re not bugging. You’re not bugging.

Speaker 3 (08:29):

Cool. Hey, last time I called in, I told you a story and you wanted to talk about Jesus, so I have to redeem myself today.

Sevan Matossian (08:37):

You told me a blowjob story while I wanted to hear stories about Jesus.

Speaker 3 (08:41):


Sevan Matossian (08:42):


Speaker 3 (08:42):

So now I got to make it up. So I wanted to ask, first of all, dude, how cool is it to watch Tyson? And I’m a Bears fan, I live like two hours from the city and I just couldn’t be more stoked on this kid. It’s so cool. The cool thing is,

Sevan Matossian (08:56):

Go ahead.

Speaker 3 (08:57):

Sorry. I was going to say fields will get hurt. I think you said this before, but if you’re a football guy, when you’re running quarterback, you will come out at some point during the season going to Playtime, which is just incredible. For an rafted free quarterback, playtime first year out of college, undrafted created D two. It’s like things that just don’t happen. It’s just amazing.

Sevan Matossian (09:21):

It probably hasn’t happened in 30 years. Right? I think I saw the last time a legit D two quarterback was drafted was 1998 or something. I don’t know. I don’t know if he ever heard it.

Speaker 3 (09:33):

And you’re right, it had to have been almost in the old league, not the modern N F L with the kind of money they’re making now, but those guys in the eighties and even the early nineties, they weren’t making lifetime money. They had to go be like insurance agents and do ads after they retired. Right. The money wasn’t what it’s now, and it had to be old era N F L. So it’s just incredible. But I wanted to ask a question of Greg. You’re still live with Greg, right?

Sevan Matossian (10:04):

Greg, are you here? Yeah, I think so. No, no. Tom, you can’t answer. I asked if Greg’s here, you don’t answer. Yes. It depends

Greg Glassman (10:10):

On the question.

Speaker 3 (10:14):

No, my question was this, to redeem myself from my Sunday call. Have you ever investigated scientifically or skeptically the claims about and his life?

Greg Glassman (10:31):

No, I have not.

Speaker 3 (10:33):


Greg Glassman (10:34):

Yeah, I wouldn’t even know how quite to go about that.

Speaker 3 (10:40):

So let just recommend a book if your brain ever goes this direction. I know you’re busy, please. There’s a book by, I think it’s Max Lato is the author and it’s called The Case For Christ.


And the reason I think you would like that is he was a documentary filmmaker and he started making a documentary for the History Channel or something like that. And it was supposed to be all the evidence why Jesus couldn’t have been the Son of God and probably didn’t exist then his investigation went on for five years and it converted into a believer and then ended up writing a book and the documentary because he so convinced by the evidence. So as a scientifically minded person, I just think would that, I would love to hear your thoughts on it if you ever do read it.

Greg Glassman (11:29):

Yeah. Let me give that some consideration and thanks for the recommendation and the shout out.

Sevan Matossian (11:39):

Yeah, absolutely. Tom, refresh me on, what was it, A blowjob story, your other story?

Speaker 3 (11:44):

Yes, it was. You’re going to take me back in that direction?

Sevan Matossian (11:47):

No, I just like the full balance of your character. You’re a, your many faceted diamond. Everyone loves Jesus and everyone loves blowjob. Well, I think projecting large majority of people find both of those subjects lovely.

Speaker 3 (12:07):

Yeah, I like good stuff and those are two of the best things you can get into this life. So alright, love you guys. Have a great

Sevan Matossian (12:14):

Day. Okay, bye. He got both. So this is from Newsweek and I also found this, the only other place that I found this talked about was in scientific America, and it’s a mysterious green lasers over Hawaii. Were likely from Chinese satellite and it shows these, I dunno if you can see the picture, but these green lasers coming down from on top of Maui and it says a long exposure picture of the green laser beam cited passing over Manuka Hawaii by the Subaru, a shy star camera at the Subaru telescope January 28th, 2023. So recently, and as I dug into this and I started asking people about it, oh, there’s even a video of it here, A rare view of green laser scan. Someone was saying that this was a satellite geo-locating future targets. Have you ever heard of any of this stuff that I’m showing you? I know it’s, I didn’t warn you about this.

Greg Glassman (13:21):

Yeah, I saw the story.

Sevan Matossian (13:23):

Oh, you did see, okay.

Greg Glassman (13:25):

Yeah. And it had been rumored to be a directed energy weapon and that’s what started the fires and that’s where I kind of like, okay,

Sevan Matossian (13:37):

I went there too. But then I remembered this article I saw in Newsweek and that I also saw in Scientific America, and these aren’t known to be conspiracy rags and they have photos of them and it’s laser coming

Greg Glassman (13:51):


Sevan Matossian (13:53):

It is a conspiracy rag. It tows. They’re the climate change guys. Yeah, okay.

Greg Glassman (14:02):

And other issues.

Sevan Matossian (14:04):

Okay, fair. It was just an interesting connection my brain made because that conspiracy theory of the lasers and all of that, and the fires being on purpose seems to be just everywhere, but maybe it’s just my algorithm. They just know me and they’re just trying to give me what I want. It’s junk food. But this isn’t

Greg Glassman (14:27):

Wrap yourself around current events. You have to greatly expand your tolerance for odd shit. I get it. Right. I couldn’t get excited about the lasers, low energy, super sophisticated, ultra-sensitive detecting equipment. I don’t know if that shit’s not going on everywhere. Is that the contra of satellites and the extent to which they’re mapping place for targets? I wouldn’t be surprised if every damn time you dock your D J I it checks in with the mothership and reports what it seen. I

Sevan Matossian (15:14):

Don’t know. Oh, right, right. And they probably have something, what’s funny is someone could probably just read the agreement when you buy it and probably says something like that, all information can be shared with blah

Greg Glassman (15:28):

Blah, blah Chevy. I read that the captain of every naval vessel had an LG T v in his office and at the Chinese, he figured out how to were able to turn on the camera and microphone.

Sevan Matossian (15:42):


Greg Glassman (15:44):

How’s that far get, I don’t think that, I don’t think the things that threaten us are secrets.

Sevan Matossian (15:57):


Greg Glassman (16:00):

Look at the amount

Sevan Matossian (16:01):

Of, it’s just a coincidence. I’m becoming more and more skeptical about coincidences and synchronicities.

Greg Glassman (16:09):

This notion of a conspiracy of interest is pretty strong, pretty powerful when you catch onto it and it’s the people at Coca-Cola and at Pfizer and at DaVita don’t have to have conversations to greatly enjoy each other.

Sevan Matossian (16:34):



And basically what you’re saying also is it might not be that BlackRock is one giant machine trying to just squeeze the juice out of every last dollar out of everything, but there might be some guy on the 10th floor who is having issues with his, I dunno, investments in tractors and then find out that there’s a guy on the 30th floor that actually makes, has investments in the plastic tube that every tractor has and so he can just call ’em and they can work out some sort of deal, right? Because the company’s so big, but it doesn’t start off some sort of giant conspiracy. Is that what you’re saying also? Yeah.

Greg Glassman (17:18):

Maybe the example,

Sevan Matossian (17:22):

I know it wasn’t a good one. You had to use your imagination.

Greg Glassman (17:25):

I think the BlackRock Vanguard thing has to do with the institutional investors, primarily the large unions and what controls them politically.

Sevan Matossian (17:44):

There’s so many fun little stories that I want to show you. This one on Stanford, this is from the epic Times. This one’s fucking nuts, but no surprise. No surprise. This is about Stanford University and the admission, what’s going on with admissions over at Stanford? Okay, here we go. When I play these, can you hear them okay?

Greg Glassman (18:13):


Speaker 4 (18:14):

Okay. University just announced the incoming class of 2026 and they boasted that there were only 23% white applicants and a demographic that has three times that number. But here’s what was interesting. They would not tell you of the people who were admitted how many did or did not take the s a t, which is optional now, but they did want to emphasize that those that took the s a T and got a perfect, that’s almost impossible to do a perfect score on the SS a T. They proudly announced they rejected 75% of ’em. And so it’s almost a boast that we’re not going to be bound by meritocracy. So I talked to some people off the record in Silicon Valley and one person, if I were to name his name, everybody would know him. He said we would rather have a coder from Georgia Tech than we would from Stanford. So it’s starting to affect us everywhere, and it’s a war on meritocracy and it’s an equality of result, enforce mandate, and it’s all done under the guise of being morally superior. But it’s a very amoral system because it destroys the lives of people who play by the rules and try to achieve Stanford University.

Sevan Matossian (19:16):

Absolutely. Nuts

Greg Glassman (19:23):

Is the religion of mommy has a cock and daddy’s trying to get pregnant.

Sevan Matossian (19:30):

Meaning what? The religion of nothing makes sense.

Greg Glassman (19:34):

The, it’s the natural and rational extension of a whole host of absurdities that start as political correctness. Then we create a generation of people that are blind to the fundamental realities of biology and life. And it’s what it looks like when a civilization, this is what it looks like,

Sevan Matossian (20:05):


Greg Glassman (20:05):

Correctness. We said, we were taught that there’s no difference between men and women and we roll our eyes and yeah, okay. And in polite company you don’t like, but there is a difference. My nine-year-old said they don’t even have the same privates.

Sevan Matossian (20:21):


Greg Glassman (20:22):

That’s how fucking obvious the difference is, right? But we can pretend there’s no difference. And then a generation later, guess what? There’s no fucking difference. And it’s insanity. I can be a man or a woman, no difference, and I’m going to go into the girl’s restroom

Sevan Matossian (20:44):

At the end, the quality of life just diminishes. Of course it does. Of course it does. It’s over.

Greg Glassman (20:48):

Of course it does, and it has. And it’s

Sevan Matossian (20:52):

Like trying to use your VW bus as a tractor. It’s just not made for that.

Greg Glassman (20:56):

Look at the amount of willpower it takes now to not realize what a utter and complete piece of crooked shit Joe Biden and family are like The fucking Gotti. Look at it. Look at what you have to do to ignore that, to pretend like it’s not true.

Sevan Matossian (21:25):

I watched this video the other day that you had mentioned that just come out the interview with Victor Shoken. Did you end up watching this?

Greg Glassman (21:40):

No, but I get the gist of it and I heard he’ll need while driving. I heard him catching the highlights and I get it entirely.

Sevan Matossian (21:51):

I get it entirely. Yeah. That’s what I did. I watched this highlight video. I, and it was everything you told me was in here.

Greg Glassman (21:56):

Yeah. Yeah. It’s what I would’ve presumed. Probably the only surprise for me is that Brian Kme is the first person to ask to speak to him. That should tell you a lot about mainstream media. Brian fucking Kme was the first person to ask him to talk, and his story couldn’t be more straightforward. We gave the Biden’s millions. I was investigating. Barisma did, and I was investigating and my boss came to me and told me that I was fired because the vice president of the United States wants me gone or we won’t get our money.

Sevan Matossian (22:37):

His boss told him the truth. That’s what he said too. He said they didn’t even hide it from me.

Greg Glassman (22:40):

Yeah, of course. That’s what happened. And what does Biden do? Brags about exactly that. Brags about it. And so what’s Trump do tries to get to the bottom of it when told of what’s going on and they impeach him over it.

Greg Glassman (22:59):


Sevan Matossian (23:00):

It’s crazy.

Greg Glassman (23:02):

I hate Trump. I will proudly vote for that fucking cocksucker.

Sevan Matossian (23:08):

I hate him. And why is that? Not why do you hate him, but why will you vote for

Greg Glassman (23:12):

Him? Doesn’t hate the ideology that opposes him other than for the obvious reasons of his deficiencies in character and acuity. Those are painfully clear to me. What I hate more about him is the ideology of the knee jerk left that’s pushing the religion of Mommy has a cock and daddy’s trying to get pregnant. They’ve ruined our schools, ruined them,

Sevan Matossian (23:49):

Ruined them. I

Greg Glassman (23:50):

Agree. Ruined them. From what I’m seeing with my kids. I feel crazy guilt for having put kids into the system at all. It is so sad. How much is required of them for how little is taught?

Sevan Matossian (24:12):

Explain that to me. What do you mean? I know what you mean, but I It’s nine

Greg Glassman (24:15):

Hours a day captive behind a locked gate. Right? It sounds secure, right? Yeah. They’re sitting ducks, something shitty happens and then there’s the prep time before and after getting ready and all that shit. And then you have to supplement everything with tutors and activities. If you want to fit, you have to provide that. If you want ’em learn math, you have to do something extra too. So there’s a 10, 11, 12 hour day for what can be done in hour and a half, two hours. It’s a violent waste of time.

Sevan Matossian (24:59):

My kids are in the homeschool system, Greg, and by the homeschool system, meaning that we accept money from the state. I can’t remember how much it is. It’s like $3,900 a year or something. And then once a year they test your kid or twice a year or something like that. Maybe it’s four times a year, I don’t know. And so the other day they were testing one of my kids and it’s just on a computer. Your kid sits in front of a computer for an hour and they fire questions at him. And so I’m sitting there watching as the questions come up and one of them is like, this is Tommy’s Juneteenth flag, what shape is it? And I’m like, wow. Wow. Holy shit. They want to know what shape the Juneteenth flag is and then there’s a picture of it. So you’ve never seen the flag? I’ve never seen the flag. No one’s ever seen this flag, but I’m just dying. I’m like, wow. They don’t even care. They’re going to just start slipping it in everywhere. They’re not even slick about it.

Greg Glassman (26:13):

It’s painful, but it’s, it’s also funny.

Sevan Matossian (26:18):

Well, I’m just so glad that I agree. I’m so glad that my kid’s not in school. I want to go back to the Victor Shoken thing for people who don’t understand what happened. Basically, this guy, Victor Shoken was investigating Hunter Biden and Joe Biden taking, working with a company called Barisma and taking bribes when Joe Biden was vice president and this attorney general over at the Ukraine, Victor Shoken started investigating it. And Joe actually flew to the Ukraine and told them, Hey, we’re not going to give you this billion dollars of aid. And they were like, you can’t do that. You’re not the president. And Joe Biden said, oh yes, I can watch me if you don’t fire this guy, Victor Shoken, who’s investigating my son and myself by the time I get on this plane, you’re not getting the money. And then Joe Biden, the reason why we know all this is Joe Biden told the story,

Greg Glassman (27:09):

He gave him 90 minutes.

Sevan Matossian (27:12):

Oh, was it 90 minutes? Okay. I thought it was 17 hours. I

Greg Glassman (27:14):

Think it was something like that.

Sevan Matossian (27:16):

And then basically he’s bragging. He’s like, yep. And they fired him and I got on the plane and they got their billion dollars. And then also what happened recently, for those of you who want to dig in further, the Attorney General over in the Grand Caymans, I think it was one of those Caribbean islands. Do you know this story, Greg?

Greg Glassman (27:43):

I may go ahead.

Sevan Matossian (27:44):

Opened up an investigation last year about Epstein’s involvement with JP Morgan, the vice president. A bunch of emails were released between the vice president of JP Morgan, or maybe it was the president and Epstein and the vice president of JP Morgan was telling Epstein who his favorite Disney characters were, and they were all princesses and it looked like Code talk for getting young girls. And so they opened up a case about it and lo and behold, Joe Biden went and did a vacation over on that island. I can’t remember if it was the Caymans or Cameroon, one of those Caribbean islands. And while he was there, that Attorney General was fired. This isn’t like conspiracy stuff. You can look it up. It’s in all the liberal rags also, but there’s no, they’re not even trying to hide the shit anymore. It’s crazy. I also saw yesterday something like 47 million emails from Jeffrey Epstein’s server now gone missing.

Greg Glassman (28:44):

Oh, of course. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (28:49):

Eaton Beaver. Hi coach. Good morning, coach. Good morning.

Greg Glassman (28:52):

Good morning Eaton.

Sevan Matossian (28:53):

Your name’s Eaton Beaver. And your picture is me fiddling with my nose, wiping a booger out on my nose. That’s really sweet of you. Thank you. That’s really sweet of you.

Greg Glassman (29:07):

On Hunter’s laptop, we have emails with him making fun of his father texts, making fun of his father’s cognitive decline while vice president.

Sevan Matossian (29:22):

Do you remember what it says?

Greg Glassman (29:25):

Yeah. So some crack about, thank God he is got the secret service. He’d never be able to find his way back even to the White House anymore. That’s how bad he’s getting kind of thing.

Sevan Matossian (29:33):

Oh man.

Greg Glassman (29:37):

Uses the bathroom at the restaurant and gets lost coming back to

Sevan Matossian (29:40):

The table, right? Yeah. See if I can do a quick search button. Oh yeah. Here it is. Hunter Biden, his therapist. A joke about Joe Biden’s decline. I enjoy watching Joe.

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