Sevan Matossian (00:05):
Bam. We’re live. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. Jamie Latir. Hi. Good morning. Oh no. You already lost Tyson Tuesdays. Not exactly. Maybe. I don’t know. Who knows? You just never know, but no, we have not. Just this particular Tuesday, I spoke to him yesterday. Normally Tuesdays are their days off and he didn’t get this Tuesday off. That’s it. That’s what happened. I dropped a pen pad on my Toast Bakers rock pad and it just blended in and vanished. Wow. Branstetter has got a competition. Competitor to the Shakin.
Caleb Beaver (00:55):
Yeah, he does. He’s got a leg up. I think he’s got a far better shakin than I do.
Sevan Matossian (01:02):
I don’t know. That might make him less to work with though.
Caleb Beaver (01:05):
Sevan Matossian (01:07):
You want the better. God damnit, what the fuck is going on down here? The better. Hey. No teeth. Sorry. Yeah, the better the sha and the worse the content.
Caleb Beaver (01:22):
Sevan Matossian (01:23):
What happened? You got deployed again or what happened?
Caleb Beaver (01:27):
No, I had to go to work for a couple weeks and then I went to Rogue obviously. Are
Sevan Matossian (01:32):
You done with a National Guard?
Caleb Beaver (01:35):
Yeah, until this weekend and then I’ll work again this weekend and then not until another month.
Sevan Matossian (01:42):
So it’s just weekends, Saturdays and Sundays.
Caleb Beaver (01:45):
Sevan Matossian (01:45):
Every month. One weekend a month.
Caleb Beaver (01:47):
Sevan Matossian (01:51):
God, when I was a kid, that didn’t sound like a huge commitment. Now that I’m older. That sounds crazy.
Caleb Beaver (01:57):
Yeah, right now it doesn’t seem like a lot just because I was going from Monday through Friday working all day, so if I could just do it one weekend a month, I don’t really care too much.
Sevan Matossian (02:09):
Do you have kids and you’d be like, fuck that. I ain’t doing that. How long do you have to do that?
Caleb Beaver (02:17):
I signed for another six year contract, so 2029.
Sevan Matossian (02:20):
Hey, is any part of that fun? Is any part of it like, oh, this is cool, this is the weekend, I’m going to do this and I’m going to get to go away for a couple days and change of scenery and do you see the same people? Will you see friends?
Caleb Beaver (02:30):
Well, yeah, so all new people that I’ve met, but yeah, the unit that I went to is actually pretty fun, so they get to do a bunch of stuff and I think this weekend we’re going camping somewhere and pretty cool.
Sevan Matossian (02:45):
So is there a summer camp component to it? I guess everyone wants to be there. Tell me what it’s like. By the way, Greg said he’ll be a little late. I said, yeah, no problem. Come on. Sorry. I’m texting. Sorry for the confusion. Doesn’t sound good. I’m just processing. I want to complain. I’m a verbal person, you know what I mean? And so I’ve already lost, I’ve already had, I dunno if lost is the right word, but I’ve already had issues with probably a half dozen relationships because of this show, because I talk about my relationships on this show. What’s crazy is the one I talk about the most is the one with my wife and she’s the only person I use, my name everyone else, I change parts of the story or I don’t include the name. You know what I mean?
If it was Uncle Buck who diddled me, I say it was Aunt Cindy. You know what I mean? Right. She kind of change it up a little bit. Of course. So no one can sniff it out. So I want to talk shit, but I just know it’s unhealthy for the bigger picture. So I’m just like, I had this girlfriend. She was like, you have the complete inability to swallow anything, and that’s what she would call it when you had a thought. Oh, I heard a great joke the other day. This chick looks at the guy and she goes, what’s the best water slide for your kids? And he goes, I don’t know. She goes, my throat nice. Isn’t nice. Anyway, I just want to talk about everything. Okay, 12 daily doses. Hey buddy. Hi. What’s up dude? Oh, perfect. Great morning to have you. Good to see you buddy.
Welcome. Yeah, blade. What’s up, dude? Feel free to let it all hang out about our relationship. Thank you. No problem. No problem. Good dude. Yeah, good dude. Some of the best hair in the game, blade Man, you have nice hair, beautiful kids too. That’s kind of all I know about you. Easy to have on the show and great hair and beautiful kids and a lot of dads that would scare the shit out of ’em. Being alone with all three kids, you did all three kids all by yourself out and outing, Hey, blade, how many times did you take your kids to the bathroom there? That’s the craziest part. That’s the part you never think of. Every time I go somewhere with my kids, you never get settled. Someone’s either hungry needs to go to the bathroom or is crying because they’re hurt. They fell on hurt and knee and it’s just like this cycle on this six minute rotation. So I’ll go somewhere and set up a tent or something or an umbrella. I think I’m going to sit down and watch my kids and it’s going to be sunny and I don’t want to get burnt mynas to get burnt, but it’s not, you don’t sit down under it and Hey, dude, the true story, 95% of the time when I stand up, if I’m at the skate park or tennis place and I set up my umbrella when I come back, there’s a mom sitting under it.
Caleb Beaver (06:44):
Sevan Matossian (06:44):
Yeah. And hey, and 50% of the time when I come back to it, they don’t move. Even though it’s completely obvious it’s mine.
Caleb Beaver (06:54):
It’s not a park umbrella.
Sevan Matossian (06:55):
And anyone thinks that if for some reason someone thought I’m assertive and have balls, no, you should see me. I don’t say anything. I just sit there in the sun and I’m just like,
Caleb Beaver (07:05):
You don’t sit under the umbrella either. Is it not big enough for two
Sevan Matossian (07:08):
People? I try to without it being like I’m a fucking pervert. You know what I mean? I have to still leave one person’s space between me and the fucking some random kid’s mom, who’s now under my umbrella, but it’s so obvious it’s a complete concrete park. I’ve set up my umbrella there. All my shit’s under there, my pads, there’s no other umbrellas there. Do you know what I mean? It’s completely out of place. It’s weird even to see an umbrella there.
Caleb Beaver (07:29):
Is it one of those you throw into the ground or is it have stakes?
Sevan Matossian (07:33):
That I have two kinds. I have one that it’s big and it just pops up and it’s got the poles and shit. It’s like a full tripod set up.
And then I have one that clamps on, so if they’re at one bowl that doesn’t have a place to clamp it on, I bring the big one. But they also have a seating area and there’s a steel fence there and you can clamp it on. It’s like a $20 umbrella from Amazon. If you just typed in Sun umbrella, it’s there. And it’s so my kids’ water bottles under there, everything, man. I was going to come back today at one o’clock and do the Dave Castro weekend review of the weekend review. Now I’m thinking like, shit, maybe I should just do it here. No, fuck it. You know what we’re going to do, especially since 12 daily doses is here, we might as well give him just a fat dose of reality. I I’ll just send you the live calling notes and we can just power through.
Caleb Beaver (08:41):
Alright, let’s do it. Heidi just said, I’m guessing this happened at Rogue. Heidi said, McCaskey gave some lady the countdown. It was insane. I want to hear about that.
Sevan Matossian (08:56):
Oh yeah, I want to hear about that too. What does that mean?
Caleb Beaver (08:59):
Sevan Matossian (08:59):
Was in a seat?
Caleb Beaver (09:00):
Yeah, I bet.
Sevan Matossian (09:01):
Oh, someone told me that they actually had a problem with that at Rogue, that they got to their Where did I read that? I got to my seats and someone was in my seats and it was the first CrossFit games ever where someone was a dick to me. I asked them to get out of my seats.
Caleb Beaver (09:13):
Really? I could see that happening at Rogue. There were quite a few of seats open, but if that’s not your seat, there’s another one too. Rows down
Sevan Matossian (09:23):
Caleb Beaver (09:24):
Sevan Matossian (09:24):
Yeah. Live call in show
First. Hey guys, I was having this discussion with someone yesterday and we were talking about kids and we were talking about all the stuff I do with my kids and they’re like, dude, it just makes me feel bad. I don’t do that much stuff with my kids that you do with your kids. And I was talking with my wife about it actually this morning and I was like, God, I never post anything like that trying to make anyone ever feel bad. I’m not like, Hey, here we are at tennis. Here we are at skateboarding. It’s all, I don’t even know why I do it. I think I just do it just to show off. Just be like, look what’s possible. This is fucking awesome. I’m so proud of them just showing off all the shit that they’re doing. But no one should feel bad. No one should feel bad. If you want to take a takeaway from all the kids stuff I post, only takeaway is just consistency. If you’re just doing one thing with your kids, but you do it every day or six days a week, that’s it. Your response should be good.
I feel bad because you do so much with your kids. Good.
Caleb Beaver (10:43):
It is really cool.
Sevan Matossian (10:44):
Caleb Beaver (10:45):
It’s cool when you post that picture of Avi and Tyson, it’s like you have,
Sevan Matossian (10:51):
Oh, you froze, Caleb, you froze. You froze. Say it again. You froze. Yes. Start over.
Caleb Beaver (10:57):
Sevan Matossian (10:58):
Night. Tell me how cool I am again.
Caleb Beaver (10:59):
Yeah, yeah. When you posted that picture of Avi and Tyson and you just have Avi’s, bright eyes just wide open at this NFL football player standing on a brand new stadium that the LA Chargers built, and it looks incredible, and it’s just showing that he can look up to something and be like, oh yeah, I could do that. I could be on the world stage and be an athlete or do whatever. Look at I know this person and they did it so I can do
Sevan Matossian (11:30):
Too. I wonder if he’s going to be a lifelong football fan now. I remember the first football game I watched, it was just a TV set was on and I walked by, I think it was a Super Bowl with the Raiders against the Eagles or something. Someone’s going to be like, they never played in the Super Bowl then forever. I was just a Raider fan. I just watched the Forever. I wonder if he’s going to be into football. I mean, the first time he’s ever even seen the game. I think 12 daily doses high already back in the lineup. savi, you’re going to let your youngsters have a little Halloween candy up until this point. Every year so far, I will go trick or treating and then they can eat candy that night. And then when they wake up, it’s all gone. I just throw it all away and I used to save it, but the truth is I eat it. You know what I mean? So I’ll put it somewhere where the brown bags are up high or somewhere in the kitchen. You got that spot or where light bulbs are or something.
And then every time I go up there, once a week when you go up there to get something, I see some candy and I’ll eat three of those small Snicker bars. Okay. 12. But it’s fucked up. So now I just throw it away. My kids, we had a friend who came to our house one time. I’ve told this story before and my wife had made Flourless or Sugarless cookies or something like that, and her kids or Flowerless cake, and her kids just straight up were like, this is gross. And they wouldn’t eat it. And the mom pulled out Oreos out of her bag and started feeding her kids Oreos at our house. And I was like, Hey, what are you doing? Why are you feeding your kids that shit? And she goes, Hey, if you don’t feed them sugar now, they won’t be inoculated to it. She thought like, Hey, you have to. She said, I feed my kids stuff like this every day so that they’ll be used to it. I was like, wow. That’s some kind of crazy thinking. But the truth is, I guess my kids can’t eat a lot of candy
Caleb Beaver (13:27):
Without getting sick or what?
Sevan Matossian (13:28):
Yep. Yep. Can’t even do a, I could eat a pound of M and msm. Peanut covered M and msms. No problem. My kids can’t even eat a whole package of m and ms. Between the three of them, they won’t finish a pack. They don’t feel good. Yeah, it’s a trip. It’s a trip. So I guess I fucked up and I didn’t inoculate. Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly. I got to check it out or it’s going to be eaten. Yeah, exactly. I think every night I get tired, I start craving sweets.
Caleb Beaver (14:04):
Sevan Matossian (14:05):
So it’s like, like, Hey, I should probably go to bed and if I fuck around and stay awake for another 20 minutes, I’ll be doing something stupid or alcohol. Or I’ll start craving alcohol.
Caleb Beaver (14:15):
Yeah. If I’m not doing anything alcohol or sugar is
Sevan Matossian (14:19):
Caleb Beaver (14:19):
Just get bored and you’re like, fuck it, let’s do something else.
Sevan Matossian (14:21):
And probably an apple would fix it, but I don’t even eat an apple, even though I got millions of them or grapes or probably if I just sat down and ate an apple, it would go away. I know. It would’ve done it. Rambler confess, Yoon. Sugar or sugar? A drug. Yeah, hell of a drug.
Caleb Beaver (14:42):
Oh, is the phone number forwarding to SU’s?
Sevan Matossian (14:45):
Oh shit. Oh shit. Thank you. Someone said that. Yeah. Good call. Yeah. I’ll call forwarding. I’ll turn that shit off. Thank you. Okay, there we go.
Caleb Beaver (14:57):
Sevan Matossian (14:57):
It again. There we go.
Caleb Beaver (15:09):
The nice thing about living out here is nobody will come to your house for trick or treating. You’re so
Sevan Matossian (15:13):
Far away. Oh, so you don’t even have to buy candy? No. Candy call high. I wonder if this is working. No, it’s not working. Hold on, hold on. Let’s see what’s going on here. I have to go to Bluetooth. Jesus Christ, Bluetooth on. Of course it says it’s connected. Turn it off, turn it back on. Office system settings. Bluetooth. Hello. Hi. There we go. Caller, I can hear you. I can’t hear you. Can you hear me? Oh, I can hear you. Yeah, I can hear you. Hi. Oh, hi. How’s it going? Good. Greg just popped on too, so everything’s even better now.
Speaker 3 (16:03):
Oh, well. I’ll let you guys go then. This is not important.
Sevan Matossian (16:07):
This is very important. Go ahead. Is it about candy?
Speaker 3 (16:09):
Well, no. I was going to call and tell you about McCaskey. Fucking this lady up in the stadium.
Sevan Matossian (16:16):
Oh yeah. Heidi, tell me what
Caleb Beaver (16:18):
Sevan Matossian (16:19):
Speaker 3 (16:19):
Sevan Matossian (16:19):
Speaker 3 (16:20):
Oh my God, dude. So we’re sitting over, me and OTT are sitting with cock over here, and we look over PK and McCaskey. Mr. And Mrs. McCaskey are sitting over in the other section. These two ladies we’re sitting in their spot. I look over and I see Mike, he’s got his hands in front of her face doing the countdown, dude, 4, 3, 2, 1. Right in this chick’s face, and he’s fucking beat red. And he goes, you’re out. And he blasts off up the stairs to go get security and Philip Kelly’s just sitting there, just awkwardly kind of, but he’s so handsome that he just is looking there, just stoic. McCaskey comes back with security. They had moved four seats up behind him. They didn’t leave, but they just moved four seats. He comes back with security and he’s just, dude, the guy was the color of a tomato. It was insane. Never
Sevan Matossian (17:29):
Seen. Hey, what was the reason the girls wouldn’t get up from the seat? This is at Rogue. This is supposed to happen at a across the event. Everyone’s supposed
Speaker 3 (17:36):
To be, I
Sevan Matossian (17:37):
Know. They should have been AC sit on my lap.
Speaker 3 (17:40):
Well, and I hate to be this way, but they didn’t look to be CrossFitters really? I think they were just dipping
Sevan Matossian (17:47):
Theirs in know. Maybe it was from the power lifting community.
Speaker 3 (17:50):
Sure, totally. So anyway, I’ll leave you guys be, that’s the story
Sevan Matossian (17:56):
Speaker 3 (17:56):
Sevan Matossian (17:57):
So did they get up? Did security make a move?
Speaker 3 (18:00):
He made a move, yeah, they finally left.
Sevan Matossian (18:04):
Wow, that’s pretty. That’s the most hostile thing I’ve ever heard of a CrossFit event.
Speaker 3 (18:10):
Yeah, it was Savage. Anyway, love you guys.
Sevan Matossian (18:13):
Okay. I’ll talk to you later. Say hi to Greg.
Speaker 3 (18:14):
Okay. Hi Greg. Hi Han. How are you? Good. How are you?
Greg Glassman (18:21):
Incident at the Rogue Invitational, is that what I’m gathering?
Speaker 3 (18:25):
Greg Glassman (18:28):
So there were assigned seats was someone was in someone’s seat.
Speaker 3 (18:34):
Yeah. So when you buy the ticket, you buy your seat and they had pretty good seats. It was right in front of right where they were doing the max dead lifts. So it was like front row, not front row, but pretty close and close. They asked these ladies like, Hey, you’re in our seats. There’s plenty of other open seats. They could have just moved. They’re like, Nope, we’re not moving. And so he is like, well, you have the count of four basically to get up. And they didn’t just sat there. Heard
Greg Glassman (19:01):
A worst event SE from at one of the invitationals, the hosted events.
Sevan Matossian (19:11):
Greg Glassman (19:12):
Some couple had brought folding chairs and they had abandoned their chairs, left their stuff there, but got out of their chairs to get a closer look against the fence, and someone morbidly OB sat in one of the chairs and collapsed it and sued the event in CrossFit.
Sevan Matossian (19:29):
Oh no. Shit.
Greg Glassman (19:30):
Yeah, a passerby
Sevan Matossian (19:32):
Decided they have a, so it’s not even like they left their dog tied up somewhere and bit someone. They left their chair out and their chair wasn’t able to withstand someone who’s 400 pounds. They broke the chair but sued the event.
Greg Glassman (19:43):
Sevan Matossian (19:44):
Greg Glassman (19:45):
He’s like one of the three bears set in the chair and then litigated.
Sevan Matossian (19:48):
Wow. Dude, that’s amazing. Hey, what was the outcome of that? Did the event have to pay money for
Greg Glassman (19:55):
That? We got out of it. I mean, we, A judge saw our culpability for what it was.
Sevan Matossian (20:01):
Wow. Talk about not taking personal accountability and responsibility. My goodness. Alright, Heidi, well thank you. Next time get a photo or some video, please.
Speaker 3 (20:15):
Okay, sounds good. Love you. Bye.
Sevan Matossian (20:16):
Thank you. Bye. I always have more feedback. I always want more. Here’s a little PSA regarding Halloween candy. Here we go. Here we go.
Speaker 5 (20:25):
What you were just saying, so that candy was bad for me. What candy? That candy, Halloween. Wait, we went to Julee house. I don’t eat candy. I only eat cake and ice cream. That’s all. That’s better. Why was the candy bad for you? Maybe that hard candy made me,
Sevan Matossian (21:00):
There you go. There you go. Everyone just cake and ice cream. No candy. This Halloween. There you go. Done. Little PSA
Greg Glassman (21:10):
Said you won’t get trick or treaters at your house, will you?
Sevan Matossian (21:13):
No. No, actually no.
Greg Glassman (21:16):
No. In defense in the dog. I think you’re safe. No.
Sevan Matossian (21:19):
Yeah. Hey, what do you think about think I have this guy coming on tomorrow and I was watching some of his interviews and he was saying that this is something that people don’t talk about, but that’s really bad for people is break dust and that if you live somewhere where there’s shitload of people breaking in the city, there’s just break dust everywhere and that shit’s horrible for you. Do you think that, have you ever heard that?
Greg Glassman (21:43):
Sevan Matossian (21:44):
Does it sounds plausible. I think
Greg Glassman (21:46):
I’ve lived there.
Sevan Matossian (21:47):
Greg Glassman (21:48):
I think I’ve lived there.
Sevan Matossian (21:49):
Yeah. Where there’s just people just break starting and stopping all day.
Greg Glassman (21:54):
Yeah. Yeah. And it leaves a black dust. I assumed it was exhaust.
Sevan Matossian (22:02):
I assumed it was exhaust too. You know that wall of plants I have in front of my house and then I have that old highway that goes in front of my house?
Greg Glassman (22:11):
Sevan Matossian (22:12):
Well, about an hour every, oh, here we go. These small particles are harmful both to the environment. Fuck off and your health. Okay, now you got my attention. Break just contributes 20% of the fine particulate matter pollution compared to just 7% contributed by exhaust fumes. Well, all those trees and plants in front of my house are a different color than their counterparts that are the exact same kind of plants on the other places in my property. So I assume that I always just thought that that was dust from the road that they were catching, but I was tripping the other day. Someone was talking about brake particulate and I was like, wow. I mean, you don’t have any brake particulate at your house, that’s for sure. You’re too far away.
Greg Glassman (22:53):
Yeah, just from coming down the drive, maybe it’s not much speed to bleed off there,
Sevan Matossian (22:59):
But I mean, one hour a day, I have probably a thousand cars break in front of my house because that road backs up one hour a day between you moving Idaho. What?
Greg Glassman (23:12):
So you’re moving to Idaho
Sevan Matossian (23:15):
Or I’m moving, or maybe just closer to your house in Santa Cruz. Hey, I got a couple, did you see the hockey player that died on the rink?
Greg Glassman (23:30):
Mike was telling me about it.
Sevan Matossian (23:33):
If you get a chance to see that video, want you to, I’m curious if you think that it was on purpose.
Greg Glassman (23:41):
I guess there’s, he won’t, the suspicion
Sevan Matossian (23:47):
He won’t survive it.
Greg Glassman (23:48):
That’s what Mike was saying. He thinks it’s career ending.
Sevan Matossian (23:51):
Well, it might be career ending, but I was wondering
Greg Glassman (23:54):
A manslaughter in charge.
Sevan Matossian (23:58):
If I hadn’t seen it, my initial reaction would be like, Hey dude, that’s the risk you take for getting out there. It’s a bunch of dudes skating on fucking knives. Right? It’s a sport where there’s knives on the bottom of everyone’s feet, but then when you see it, dude, it’s, boy, it’s a trip. His foot kicks up. Are you on a screen big enough that if Caleb pulled it up you could see it?
Greg Glassman (24:26):
Sevan Matossian (24:28):
Let’s see if we can show it.
Caleb Beaver (24:30):
Do you have it in the links or should I
Sevan Matossian (24:31):
Find it? No. No. And you know what? I saw it early in the day yesterday and then all of a sudden it was becoming harder and harder to find. But there were two angles. There was a semi closeup and then a really wide shot. In general though dudes in the NFL have been paralyzed for life. I mean, do you think that that’s, I mean, have you ever heard of anyone being charged for anything that happens in a sport?
Greg Glassman (25:01):
It seems like I have. I know it’s been considered before
Sevan Matossian (25:07):
Where someone maybe died Mancini. Oh. Oh, is this it? Oh wow. Yeah, it’s pretty. Oh yeah, there it is. See his foot going up like that? That’s so hard to see. Can you pull out a little bit, Caleb, so we get more detail but smaller picture.
Caleb Beaver (25:27):
Lemme see if I can find a better. Here we go. How about this one?
Sevan Matossian (25:31):
So it’s at the top of your screen. It’s right there Where Caleb’s circling. He checks the guy. Oh yeah, dude, he puts his foot up. Oh my God.
Caleb Beaver (25:59):
Yeah, it’s pretty gnarly.
Sevan Matossian (26:04):
And then he skates off to the side and the dude’s dead. Man, the blood was crazy.
Caleb Beaver (26:09):
It was a lot.
Sevan Matossian (26:12):
A vittorio says murder.
Caleb Beaver (26:16):
Yeah. You just don’t see that in hockey where somebody’s skate is coming off of the ice like that. Even if somebody gets hit on the top end, it doesn’t happen like that normally.
Sevan Matossian (26:26):
Vittorio intentional. 100%. The thing is, is he lifted his leg up intentionally. 100%. You don’t lift your leg up. It’s not intentional. But the thing is, I guess you’re not supposed to do that. I guess it’s the same in boxing. You’re not supposed to kick, you’re supposed to fight that. You’re supposed to fight that urge. Right. That instinct. Corey High supposed to elbow people in the face. Inboxing. Good morning Corey. Yeah,
Speaker 3 (26:51):
Good morning. Hey, I still get butterflies when I call him.
Sevan Matossian (26:55):
Oh, that’s cool. That’s good. I’m glad.
Speaker 3 (26:57):
I think it’s a good thing.
Sevan Matossian (26:58):
Speaker 3 (26:58):
Means, means I care.
Sevan Matossian (26:59):
Speaker 3 (27:01):
Morning gentlemen. Hey, I watched the Power Project podcast. I just finished that one. That was really good. I appreciate that, Greg.
Greg Glassman (27:08):
Oh, thank you.
Sevan Matossian (27:08):
Oh, with Mark Bell? Yeah. Yeah, it was great, right?
Speaker 3 (27:10):
Yeah, yeah, yeah. That was good. I was waiting to see your head pop up somewhere.
Sevan Matossian (27:15):
How long was that?
Speaker 3 (27:18):
Like an hour 45?
Sevan Matossian (27:19):
Yeah, I sat in a chair there and it went by like in eight seconds. I was in the audience there, audience of one. I was like, holy shit. That was fast. Yeah, that was good. So
Speaker 3 (27:28):
You were a cook?
Sevan Matossian (27:29):
Yeah. Yeah. Just chilling. Just chilling.
Speaker 3 (27:32):
Heck yeah. Well get off that. It looks like his foot. I wonder if it pops off of somebody else’s ski and then it hits him in the throat.
Sevan Matossian (27:45):
Oh, he was skating and something hit his foot and he lifted his
Speaker 3 (27:48):
Foot up in a
Sevan Matossian (27:48):
Speaker 3 (27:50):
Yeah. He’s shifting left and I wonder if it accidentally pops his foot comes up, maybe he’s doesn’t think that it’s going to anything and he just goes with the flow and then wham hits it right in the neck. Have
Sevan Matossian (28:01):
You ever played
Speaker 3 (28:01):
Hockey? My students show me that I played roller hockey when I was really young. Did
Sevan Matossian (28:07):
You ever kick anyone in the face? You ever lift your foot up and hit anyone in the chest or the face?
Speaker 3 (28:12):
I’ve been severely hurt doing roller hockey flying around on the tennis court. I don’t know if I’ve been kicked in the face, but for sure fingers have been rolled over and
Sevan Matossian (28:24):
All of that kind of stuff. Yeah. It’s weird in that sport to lift your foot up high enough to reach someone’s throat.
Speaker 3 (28:30):
Yeah. I mean there’s anomalies. There’s also DeMar Hamlin who, whose heart stopped on the field.
Sevan Matossian (28:35):
Speaker 3 (28:37):
Things happen all the time. I wanted to get your say what
Greg Glassman (28:44):
Is the kicker’s history matter to us? I heard that he’s the shit bird of the league for cheap shots, including going at people with skates. Let’s look that up. Yeah,
Sevan Matossian (29:03):
He was the most penalized guy currently in the league. I heard also
Speaker 3 (29:08):
Then I redact my previous statements.
Sevan Matossian (29:09):
Greg Glassman (29:10):
Alright. I kind of feel that way too. I mean, if I was sitting on a grand jury, I think it’s worthy of an indictment.
Sevan Matossian (29:18):
Speaker 3 (29:19):
Greg Glassman (29:20):
And you know what? It looks so natural because we’ve watched so much fucking UFC. You kick a guy in the face.
Sevan Matossian (29:29):
Oh, interesting. Mike.
Greg Glassman (29:30):
It’s got a very Marshall delivery to it.
Sevan Matossian (29:33):
But how about Mike McCaskey kicking is one of the top penalty occurrences in this league. That’s interesting too. So it’s not completely unheard of. Which doesn’t make it any more less intentional, which doesn’t make it right. Or any more, less intentional.
Speaker 3 (29:51):
Isn’t intent a big percentage of how you’re found guilty?
Sevan Matossian (29:57):
Yeah. I mean, I can’t imagine.
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