Greg Glassman #7 | Live Call In

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Bam. We’re live. The guy who won the Nobel Prize for physics in 2000, is it 22 or 23? He came out and said, Hey, global warming’s a complete scam. There’s absolutely zero evidence, and he’s already trying to cancel him. Three Nobel Prize laureates have now come out and said, Hey dude, there’s no science. There it is. Complete fucking media science. It’s pseudoscience.

Mattew Souza (00:28):

Strip that man of his, the

Sevan Matossian (00:31):

Fucking Nobel Prize winner of 2000. It’s so funny.

Mattew Souza (00:38):


Sevan Matossian (00:39):

Kind of unreal that we’re going to do this again with climate change. Like we did the, I dunno what you want, what can we call this thing? The so-called pandemic? Is that what we

Mattew Souza (00:52):

Call That sounds about right. Think about. It’s perfect thing to tax. How do you solve it? It takes a really long time. It takes a lot of money. Let’s just push it, scare everybody and collect all the money we can for

Sevan Matossian (01:07):

Easy to herd the people with whatever agenda you want.

Mattew Souza (01:10):

Yeah, for sure.

Sevan Matossian (01:11):

If you don’t, you die. It’s another one of those. If you don’t, you die. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (01:15):

Yeah. You got to be skeptical of the fear-based motives, huh? When they start pushing the fear.

Sevan Matossian (01:21):

Mr. Spin. Good morning guys. I dunno what we are doing for games week on my podcast, but I suspect I’m getting up every morning at 5:00 AM and going until 10:00 PM and I went over to Brian Spins YouTube page, the barbell spin, and he’s just stacking it with shows.

Mattew Souza (01:44):

Oh shit. Look at that.

Sevan Matossian (01:46):

And so if I’m ever available, I’ll beg him to come on there, but I would definitely hit all those notify mes. Notify me. Notify me. I mean, look at that dude.

Mattew Souza (01:54):

Oh wow.

Sevan Matossian (01:56):

He’s loading up.

Mattew Souza (01:57):


Sevan Matossian (01:58):

He even got some thumbnails. He means business.

Mattew Souza (02:04):

Get on him.

Sevan Matossian (02:05):

Well, we’re out getting Instagram pics with Danielle Brandon and begging from, for autographs from Rich Froning spinning will be doing

Mattew Souza (02:17):

The Lord’s work. Getting your baseball card signed. Yeah, I take it. That means he’s not coming then. That’s kind of a bummer. I was looking forward to seeing him caved.

Sevan Matossian (02:25):

Astros spin is going to five x his subs next week. I hope so. 10 x 20 x.

Mattew Souza (02:35):

Yeah. Should

Sevan Matossian (02:37):

There’s an article here. I’m looking. It’s written by Dema. She spoke at the Marianne de Massey. Did we have her on the show?

Mattew Souza (02:49):

No. No. We have not had her on the show.

Sevan Matossian (02:51):

We should not have her on the show.

Mattew Souza (02:53):


Sevan Matossian (02:56):

Ho. We were just looking at the Broken Science Initiative website.

Greg Glassman (03:05):

Yeah. What’s over there?

Sevan Matossian (03:06):

Our medical journal’s dead.

Greg Glassman (03:10):

It’s funny. It’s one of those things that Emily or Jim sent to me and I said, yeah, throw it up. And I haven’t opened it yet, but

Sevan Matossian (03:19):

It’s all stuff I’ve heard you say before. It’s great. Damas killed it.

Greg Glassman (03:22):

Yeah. It’s not new news. The point that most research findings are false, and this is John IDIs on the subject of medical research. Well, what am I supposed to have a party for the places where most of it’s bullshit. It’s published.

Sevan Matossian (03:43):

Say that again. What was the first sentence you said?

Greg Glassman (03:46):

We’ve known for a long while that most research findings were false in the medical space.

Sevan Matossian (03:52):


Greg Glassman (03:53):

We had a guy say two years ago, Richard Smith reported it that we’re at a point where until you can prove otherwise, it’s time to assume that the research you’re reading is fraudulent. And by the way, what would that you could show by other means that you knew otherwise it could be proven otherwise. I’ll tell you what it is. If it comports with the empirical realities of a clinical practice,


And that’s what we all do. We read these fucking studies and if you Oh yeah, I’ve seen that happen. You suspect there’s something to it. If you’re like, wow, that flies in the face of everything I’ve seen in my practice. You have an obligation as a clinician, as an empiricist, as a scientist to dismiss the underlying theory. No predictive strength, no science. And so what’s wrong with these journals? Richard Smith’s 25 years editor in chief and c e o of the British Medical Journal, the longest running medical journal in the world. I believe he wrote the problem with medical journals. The book, he said he’s got, I think it’s 20 chapters, 30 chapters, and he said he could have made 50 or a hundred chapters each, a different facet of what’s wrong in medical journals. Each of these is little slivers of what’s wrong when you commit to the epistemic debasement of science switching predictive strength as the determinant of a model’s validity when it’s replaced with consensus. And that’s what peer review is. And so the problem with medical journals is the problem with peer review is the problem with consensus science is the problem with voting rather than predicting


And it

Sevan Matossian (05:52):

Didn’t get masks. Yeah,

Greg Glassman (05:54):

Masks in lockdowns. In fauci, in a US funded vaccine made by our enemies who are going to do what, probably weaponize it against this. Anyone think you’re doing medical research over there that isn’t being where the chief hope is for weaponization? You’re nuts.

Sevan Matossian (06:21):

In the wiki page it says the B M J is a weekly peer-reviewed medical trade journal, and in that article on the broken science page, de Massey quote, someone is a study that they did on peer reviewed medical journals, medical articles, studies, medical studies, and there’s no proof that peer reviewed validates it more than not being peer reviewed. And yet that’s the first thing in wiki, this thing was started in 1840. The B M J,

Greg Glassman (06:51):

All medical journals are suffering. They all suffer from many of the same defects and deficits. Richard Smith spelled that out nicely. So has Marcia Engel, who was a New England Journal of Medicine editor in chief for a similar period of time, close to 20 years, and so has Richard Horton. I believe he was editor in chief at Lancet. They’ve all had the same damnation for peer review.

Sevan Matossian (07:23):

God, Richard Smith. That’s huge. That’s crazy.

Greg Glassman (07:26):

He’s brilliant.

Sevan Matossian (07:28):

He basically said, believing in peer review is like believing in the lochness monster, having faith in peer review is having faith that the lochness monster exists.

Mattew Souza (07:38):

And that was written in 2006 too, right?

Sevan Matossian (07:40):

The one he wrote that quote

Mattew Souza (07:42):

From, that one that you brought up there, I think it was if it was the same article you shared with us on screen, which you could tell it’s only gotten worse since then.

Greg Glassman (07:51):

The astrologers, the astronomers distance themselves from the astrologers with the capacity to predict eclipses. That’s when everyone’s like, oh, wait a minute, this guy’s different. This is different. They’re all reading stars, but look what he can do. And that’s the essence of science and it’s where all the trust comes from. In fact, predictability is the cornerstone for all trust in every way, shape or form. There is no trust that doesn’t, whether it’s say this before, whether it’s of your spouse or science, rational predictability that earns the trust.

Sevan Matossian (08:40):

Speaking of trust, I and Adi says that people are trusting medical journals or losing their trust in medical journals. I don’t think that’s true. I wish that were true. I think people are too scared to lose their trust in ’em.

Greg Glassman (08:59):

You have people on almost daily that have figured it out. So

Sevan Matossian (09:03):

Hey, even me, if something happens to me and I get sick, the first place I want to go is I’m exaggerating a little bit, but if something happens to me, if I see, I saw a growth on my leg the other day, took a picture of it and sent it to the guy at Kaiser. He is like, it’s a mole. Well, shit, that thing sprouted up in fucking a month.

Greg Glassman (09:26):

I don’t know. And you feel better. He says it’s just a mole, right?

Sevan Matossian (09:29):

Yes, sir. Yeah. The same guy who told me to use canola oil

Greg Glassman (09:33):

As your friend. I don’t.

Sevan Matossian (09:35):

I know I hear you. I’m just telling you ding-dongs like that. I’m your friend and there’s ding-dongs like me. This is the same guy who told me to use canola oil. If I want to live a long time,

Greg Glassman (09:42):

Right. I’ll show six months from now, we’ll be going. Yeah. He showed his doctor sent a fucking picture and the guy says it’s just a mole

Sevan Matossian (09:49):

And said he’s dead.

Greg Glassman (09:51):

Can you believe it?

Sevan Matossian (09:53):

Hey, I will say this though, in the defense, my mom, when I told my mom that I did that at Kaiser, she’s like, you should get a second opinion. There’s

Greg Glassman (10:04):

An issue here. There’s an issue here. And I don’t remember where it comes from and I think it was, I don’t want to pin anything on someone that they don’t want to have said, but we don’t get better outcomes on second and third opinions.

Sevan Matossian (10:26):

We don’t.

Greg Glassman (10:27):

No. Sadly I would get a second opinion as well, but what happens is that people settle where they, oh yeah, this guy’s good.

Sevan Matossian (10:39):

Oh, what you want to hear?

Greg Glassman (10:41):


Sevan Matossian (10:42):

Yeah, yeah.

Greg Glassman (10:44):

So he goes, dude, you’re dying. The next guy goes, Hey, that’s bullshit. Oh man, this guy’s a good doctor and it doesn’t correlate to you not dying.

Sevan Matossian (10:57):

We had a games athlete on here the other day, doctor, he had kidney failure. Dr. Diagnosed him with the autoimmune disease. He stopped doing, changed his whole life. Two years later, he is at the doctor, a different doctor. Doctor’s like, you don’t have an autoimmune disease. What are you talking about? Not at all.

Greg Glassman (11:15):


Sevan Matossian (11:16):

He did. I’m like, oh shit. Because, but as a layman, you think that a doctor takes a blood sample, looks through a microscope, and he sees a bunch of cells running around and they’re holding flags that say, I’m an autoimmune disease. And it’s not even like that. It’s like a fucking guessing game.

Greg Glassman (11:34):

Okay, here’s an auto side,

Sevan Matossian (11:36):

Right? Tell me

Greg Glassman (11:37):

Flags, the little flags that landscapers put in for putting down irrigation.

Sevan Matossian (11:42):

Yeah. Is that so you don’t dig there?

Greg Glassman (11:45):

I don’t know, but they just did. The guy next door is putting in some irrigation. He had little flags out all over the yard where the pipe where it’s going to in.

Sevan Matossian (11:53):

Yeah. And

Greg Glassman (11:54):

The fledgling bald eagle that does more walking than flying went through the yard and pulled them all out.

Sevan Matossian (12:01):

Oh, that’s cool. That’s really cool. That’s

Caleb Beaver (12:05):

Something I would do when I was a kid. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (12:07):

You were. And you were a bald eagle calin. You’re a bald eagle for

Mattew Souza (12:10):

Sure. Makes sense.

Sevan Matossian (12:14):

Hey, did someone see that?

Greg Glassman (12:16):

The neighbor told us that they’ve got to do something else because the thing won’t leave him in the ground.

Sevan Matossian (12:20):

Just walks over with his and goes like that. Or with his beak,

Greg Glassman (12:23):

Pulls him out and walks over the next one, pulls him out. There’s a lot of walking this thing, walking like miles a day and then does some fly.

Sevan Matossian (12:30):

Hey, did you end up getting the fence for your dog, the electric fence?

Greg Glassman (12:35):

No. Everyone’s all excited about it except for the people that have lived with it.

Sevan Matossian (12:43):

Oh, you mean you’ve talked to people who put the shot collar, what’s it called? The invisible fence.

Greg Glassman (12:48):

They’ve got one that just soothes the dog or something. Reminds him of the transgress.

Sevan Matossian (12:53):

Gives him a handy if he runs out idea

Greg Glassman (12:57):

And another one shock

Sevan Matossian (12:58):

Them. Yeah, I like that one.

Greg Glassman (13:00):

And the best I hear is that the only one that works is the shock one. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (13:04):

No, duh.

Greg Glassman (13:05):

And I’m not really that into it, but the other thing is that there are dogs that’ll just nut up, take a deep breath and run through the shock and yell and then not come back

Sevan Matossian (13:15):

Like, fuck. Oh man. I know what happens if I pass through it again.

Greg Glassman (13:19):

Right, right. So it’s worth it to chase a deer, but not to come home for the fucking shitty kibble you’re getting it safe with

Sevan Matossian (13:25):

And get shocked again to come home. Yeah.

Mattew Souza (13:28):

Take your shocking,

Sevan Matossian (13:32):

Newt. Hey, what’s up girl? Behind the scenes fun. So proud of you, se and team, keep smashing it. Thank you. We’ll see. We’ll see who’s proud of me, Trish. Greg, we all know the virus is due to China inviting a Pangolin on the Thank you. Oh, Caleb, you are a good dude. I wasn’t going to read it. I don’t say that word on this show. Thank you you guys. What’s a Pangolin?

Caleb Beaver (13:58):

I’m too far away for it to matter.

Sevan Matossian (14:00):

What’s a Pangolin? I’m looking. Greg froze.

Mattew Souza (14:04):

Oh man.

Sevan Matossian (14:06):

Sorry Greg. Well, it was fun having you. You’re a good dude. Wow. That’s a real creature. We live on planet Earth with.

Caleb Beaver (14:18):

That’s insane.

Sevan Matossian (14:19):


Mattew Souza (14:20):

Of course Trish would know that one.

Sevan Matossian (14:22):

Pangolin. Hey, is that related to that thing they have in Texas? The armadillo?

Caleb Beaver (14:27):

I don’t know.

Mattew Souza (14:28):

Looks like it.

Caleb Beaver (14:29):

It eats 20,000 ants.

Sevan Matossian (14:31):

That thing’s an ant eater.

Caleb Beaver (14:34):

Yeah. Yeah. I guess. Yeah, it would.

Mattew Souza (14:37):

Wait, why are they so valuable? Why are they valuable?

Sevan Matossian (14:40):

Why did it put a price tag on it?

Mattew Souza (14:42):

No, it’s just the next click dropdown tab on Google.

Sevan Matossian (14:46):

Oh, let me see, this thing that thing’s a mammal. Wow, look at that body armor that someone built out of that thing.

Mattew Souza (14:56):

It’s a luxury food in some places.

Sevan Matossian (15:01):

I wouldn’t mess with that thing if I saw that thing.

Mattew Souza (15:03):

Hell no. I think it’s a leftover dinosaur. If you believe,

Sevan Matossian (15:07):

If you die, can I have the c e o sign? Of course.

Mattew Souza (15:12):

I’ll make sure to get it to you. Austin.

Sevan Matossian (15:15):

Yeah, that’s a good point. Tank. He was on blood thinners for two years. Yeah, remember that? Yeah.

Mattew Souza (15:20):

Yeah. That was crazy. Oh, Greg’s back in.

Sevan Matossian (15:22):

He was on blood pressure medicine.

Mattew Souza (15:28):

Oh, who was

Sevan Matossian (15:30):

That guy that they told had the autoimmune disease? They put him on blood pressure medicine and he was on it for two years. I’m like, you were on unnecessary medicine for two years. He’s like, I’m like,

Greg Glassman (15:43):

But let me, I don’t want to tell somebody that your blood pressure medicine is unnecessary.


The need for it is very likely unnecessary, but I want to remove the need for it before I just get out from under you. And so don’t everyone go throw away your blood pressure unless your commitment is, and it still might not be a smart thing to do. It doesn’t change much, but what you don’t want to do is live with your hypertension. That’s what you don’t want to do. And if you refuse to address the causes of it set into excessive consumption of refined carbohydrate in all likelihood, in all likeliness, not going to do something about that, then the pills are to go along with side effects.

Sevan Matossian (16:39):

You broke up. Say that again. The pills. What?

Greg Glassman (16:42):

The pills may the way to go if you’re not going to do something about the divine cause.

Sevan Matossian (16:48):

Right, right.

Greg Glassman (16:50):

And again, I broke up. You

Sevan Matossian (16:54):

Do. You have a house full of people. Again, I like that theory you gave last week that you have 20 people at your house and everyone’s on the net.

Greg Glassman (17:02):

I guest that came in last night and they’re probably all scream porn right now.

Sevan Matossian (17:05):

Yeah, it’s about porn time. Are they boys? Are they men or women?

Greg Glassman (17:14):

We’ve got both. Oh, kids, adults.

Sevan Matossian (17:17):

Yeah. Someone said Seon, if you die, can I have your c e o sign? Of course, Jake. Look. Greg’s starting a rush on all my sevan. Can I have the chocolate dick? Sure. Cheers. Bye. Bye.

Mattew Souza (17:32):


Sevan Matossian (17:33):

As long as you can explain to me that gravity is a understanding of a phenomenon and not the phenomenon itself. As long as you’re enlightened enough to know the distinction. Matt Burns. I love when Greg is on. Thank you coach. Sarah Cox. Dude. Sarah, have you seen these things? I’ve been, oh, look at you. Yeah, right. Yeah. That’s not even my, this is my hurt arm. What’d you say, Greg?

Greg Glassman (17:59):

Is there peptides?

Sevan Matossian (18:03):

It’s not the peptides that’s making them big, but it’s the peptides that’s letting me work out hard. Again. It’s my work. It’s my work. Sarah Cox Kaiser’s doctors are trained to diagnose patients in seven minutes. Is that true? Is there a

Caleb Beaver (18:20):

Like 20 minute appointments? Probably. You get 10 minutes with the technician and then seven minutes left. You probably get seen by the provider themselves.

Greg Glassman (18:29):

Hey, just imagine them not knowing many patients, each doctor seeing per specialty. That’s inconceivable. I mean, it’s fucking G Medicine, right?

Sevan Matossian (18:44):

Yeah, yeah, it is.

Caleb Beaver (18:49):

20 patients a day, 20 minute appointments.

Greg Glassman (18:52):

You should see what it’s like. Every time I say something nice about Coline my get upset, but we made emergency room visit recently. We’re the only ones there. And Maggie walked right in. The doctor says about what next. Super cool.

Sevan Matossian (19:17):

Oh, your connection is Jack. Dude, your connection is Jack. Do you want me to call Maggie and be like, Hey, tell everyone to turn off the TVs, the 1370 inch TVs you have in that house.

Greg Glassman (19:35):

Do something

Sevan Matossian (19:38):

Ds, here we go again. SE on Google during podcast. Here we go again, guys. DSS watching us. Google

Greg Glassman (19:45):


Sevan Matossian (19:49):

PS stands for, right? This is a good one. Matt Burns. Does Greg know you’re coming for a month? He knows I’m coming. I don’t think I told him how long I’m

Greg Glassman (19:58):


Sevan Matossian (20:01):

I was bragging to people I was, come to see you for a month.

Greg Glassman (20:04):

A month. Well, we’ve hobbled that so you don’t stay long.

Sevan Matossian (20:07):

You’ve hobbled. Oh, the net. Perfect. Perfect.

Greg Glassman (20:12):

I’m going to leave. I won’t stay here for much of this.

Sevan Matossian (20:15):

Where’s Greg? He’s playing.

Greg Glassman (20:18):


Sevan Matossian (20:18):

Took off. When’s he coming back after you leave this house

Greg Glassman (20:21):

In a month,

Sevan Matossian (20:26):

Greg, any idea? Oh, good. This question’s always here. Bruce. Wayne, great question. I want to know this too. I want to do one in Larkin Valley so bad. I want to do a small one in Larkin Valley. So bad. Greg, any idea when the next B S I conference will be broken Science initiative?

Greg Glassman (20:42):

No, not really. There’s a lot going on right now intellectually and in these periods of learning a whole lot and meeting a whole lot of new people and furthering this network of people that can articulate how it is that academic science lost its way. It’s a period of a lot of excitement. So there’s less presenting I think during these periods of rapid absorption. And certainly a bunch of us are in that phase right now.

Sevan Matossian (21:25):

Do you think that these people who are running on these platforms like Trump’s doing it, Vivek Ramas, Swami’s doing it where they’re, it’s talking about a complete gutting and reforming of the institution. That’s our educational institution. You think that’s possible

Greg Glassman (21:49):

To the public school? You’re gone. Attendance is down.

Mattew Souza (21:54):


Sevan Matossian (21:54):

Oh yeah, Greg, you’ve turned into a robot in like an Atari game.

Greg Glassman (22:01):

Oh, great.

Sevan Matossian (22:02):

I’m so sorry. I want to give you a solution. I don’t want to be those people that’s just sharing problems with you, but I don’t know what the solution is. You know what you have to say. Expect to text Thursday morning. Oh yeah, dude, I’m on it a day. That was hilarious. Where’s all the wheelchairs? Where are the wheelchair athletes?

Mattew Souza (22:27):

You were awesome last night. Thank you. That was dope.

Sevan Matossian (22:31):

Kyle Landis, Greg, my rock headed dog runs right through the invisible fence. If she sees something she wants to chase,

Greg Glassman (22:42):

That’s standard report.

Sevan Matossian (22:58):

Well, that’s interesting. Do you have starlink there, Greg? I’m surprised you don’t have a backup. Starlink there.

Greg Glassman (23:05):

Generally starlink. It is not as fast as my backup. So in St. Andrew’s, I’ve got the microwave thing for Optic and AR link and shit. It has to get pretty bad before you link. I think it’s, I don’t know if it’s this good.

Sevan Matossian (23:34):

Justin’s son, Glassman, nicest man ever. I met Greg at the 2019 games, had a brief conversation and he immediately invited me to the athlete dinner that night. What a guy, dude. Dude, there’s a reason why there’s a story like this every time we have you on. By the way,

Greg Glassman (23:50):

I thought

Mattew Souza (23:50):


Greg Glassman (23:54):

He was Frazier.

Mattew Souza (23:55):


Sevan Matossian (23:56):


Mattew Souza (23:56):

Justin. Sorry

Sevan Matossian (23:58):

Justin. He’s not a nice guy. He must stick you from Frazier.

Mattew Souza (24:02):

Just Frazier. Sorry. Lazy. The

Sevan Matossian (24:10):

Author of this book, cause unknown. Greg gave me this book, Edward Dowd, fantastic book. There’s all these, everything that he says in here then has a QR code next to it, so you can go to the source of where he got it. So this book’s just full of QR codes so that no one can say it’s conspiracy theory and it’s tracking all of these mysterious deaths that are occurring all over planet earth right now. It is interesting what happened to LeBron James’s son, cardiac arrest. And as I was digging around, there were two things that I found that were interesting about it. You know who else’s son had cardiac arrest many years earlier? Actually, I don’t know if he had cardiac arrest, but he had some sort of a heart condition was Shaquille O’Neal’s son, and then people keep bringing up Len bias. I don’t know if you guys even remember that. I was a kid when that happened, but it was a college basketball star who died of cocaine overdose. But I don’t blame anyone for thinking that LeBron’s son’s cardiac arrest was due to the injection. What’s crazy is that, does anyone here think it’s unfair to ask if he was injected

Mattew Souza (25:37):

Here on YouTube? Yes. No.

Sevan Matossian (25:41):

If someone who’s 20 has a heart attack, there’s nothing immoral or unconscionable about asking, Hey, was he injected?

Mattew Souza (25:50):

No, I don’t think so.

Sevan Matossian (25:51):

Just like you might ask, was he on cocaine or was he on steroids?

Mattew Souza (25:55):

Yeah. Same way. You see a car accident and ask, how did that happen? Did it

Sevan Matossian (25:58):

Happen like this? Yeah, this guy drunk. Yeah. Yeah. Did he run the red light? These are just, and yet for some reason, people take such offense if you ask where you injected Eaton Beaver. Good morning, coach Seon. Caleb Souza. Sistas es.

Mattew Souza (26:16):


Greg Glassman (26:16):

Rebooted my net here.

Sevan Matossian (26:19):

It didn’t help.

Greg Glassman (26:21):

Should I?

Sevan Matossian (26:22):

Oh yeah, sure. Yeah, please. Yeah, try. Give it a try. All right. And while it’s rebooting, walk around your house and take people’s phones from them.

Greg Glassman (26:29):

Yeah, I just kind of,

Sevan Matossian (26:35):

You want to go out on the boat today? Turn your phone off right now.

Mattew Souza (26:39):


Sevan Matossian (26:39):

60 minutes. Here we go. You want to pull up that Twitter link? I don’t know if I sent it to you, Caleb. Sorry. I’m not sure if I sent you an email this morning. You

Caleb Beaver (26:50):

Did. You’re good. Okay.

Sevan Matossian (26:54):

World Cup Star 18 grabs her chest and collapses at training in Sydney. No shit. Right? Sydney, Australia. Do you know what they do over there? Before being rushed to the hospital in an ambulance after losing consciousness breakout World Cup Star Linda Cado may not feature again in the tournament. After the Colombian collapsed at training and distressing scene, the Young Gun eight team was rushed to the hospital and was unconscious for at least 90 seconds. Footage shows that started jogging with teammates before she suddenly stops, clutches her chest and falls to the ground. Yes. Dss, I’m reading from Twitter again. Welcome to this show.

Caleb Beaver (27:30):

I think it’s called X now, not Twitter.

Sevan Matossian (27:33):

Is it really? Is that what happened? They

Caleb Beaver (27:35):


Sevan Matossian (27:36):

No shit. Yeah. Oh, I like it. Like that little Malcolm X vibe. By the way, in Dave Castro’s weekly review, he talks about how he read Alex Haley’s Malcolm X, and he was really moved by it. Interesting. That book actually changed my life. I read that book and I only wear Malcolm X shirts for like a year. No shit. I’d wear a dirty shirt. If I didn’t have Malcolm X, I’d wear a Malcolm X dirty shirt, but I was always washing my shirts. I only had four or five of ’em.

Mattew Souza (28:10):

Is that when you were living with your dad too?

Sevan Matossian (28:12):

Yeah. That book rocked me. That was my, right after my senior year in high school,

Mattew Souza (28:19):

I was trying to find it, but somebody I think put a one in 15 to a clot issue or something like that.

Sevan Matossian (28:26):

What do you mean one in 15? Those are the chances of it being a clot

Mattew Souza (28:30):

After you receive the 49 ERs and one in 15 might be completely off, but somebody put a number to it. What’s the guy that does it on YouTube? That started out being a complete trumpeteer of the agenda and as he was looking and pouring through

Sevan Matossian (28:43):

Oh, the English doctor who flipped the script? Yeah.

Mattew Souza (28:46):

Yeah. He fucked himself. Or Unfucked himself.

Sevan Matossian (28:49):

Yeah, he unfucked himself in real time. Yeah, that was cool. Him. Oh, Campbell something. Campbell, him, Rogan, bill Mauer. So many people, good people. Richard, not Richard Branson, who’s the comedian? We saw him flip the script.

Mattew Souza (29:05):

Yeah. Fuck. Russell Bran.

Sevan Matossian (29:09):

Russell Bran. Hey dude. I totally misjudged Emily Rolf.

Mattew Souza (29:14):

Oh yeah, she’s awesome.

Sevan Matossian (29:15):

I was kind of tiptoeing around that shit. And then she’s like, I got proof. I got the injection. I was like, I got

Mattew Souza (29:21):

This scar. Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (29:24):

She’s like Caleb, she’s a nurse. She’s a shield for the industry. No offense, Caleb.

Mattew Souza (29:29):

Yeah. One in 35 of course tank’s. Got it. Yeah. John Campbell 1 35 has a mittal harm. You see, they use

Sevan Matossian (29:41):

Words I’m using here on purpose. Mittal harm. Yeah. Oh, that’s good. Yeah. Follow the plot. Dude, this sucks. Dude, this video is horrible to see too. She’s running kind of grabbing her right underneath her left breast. Is that where you’re.

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