Greg Glassman | Microdosing The Truth | Live Call In

Sevan Matossian (00:04):

Bam. We’re live. None of those guys look like they work out. I don’t like the start of that. Why does that have to be the first comment I see this morning? sebi looks like a showered Palestinian. I’ll take it. I can do adjust something with my camera though. I’m already ready for a new studio. I want to try to do a show standing up. I want to see if that affects my demeanor, my personality. You guys seen this movie The Fall of Minneapolis, the one I showed the trailer for yesterday? You know what’s cool is I showed that trailer and it didn’t even, I didn’t get a dinging for it. A lot of times if you show a trailer, you get a ding for it, like some sort of copyright dinging. It’s like, Hey, why are you dinging me for a copyright for something I’m trying to promote for you, Mr.


Ecker. Good morning. I look forward to speaking with you later today. Hope you’re doing well, buddy. Morning friends. JW Rambler. Hey, always. Hi Lauren Knowles. Also morning for her. Also. Tank Reeves just came to say, told you so DJT is getting the shaft and that election will be either canceled or worse. Haley versus Harris. You know what? I think we’ll bring this up when Greg comes on. I don’t think that thing in Colorado is going to stick and the three descending dissension. The dissension is from three judges who were appointed by a Democrat. So the three judges that think that Donald Trump should be on the ballot were Democrats. Hey, there hasn’t even been due process for the insurrection. They’re calling it insurrection and there’s no due process. Oh, thank you Caleb. I’ve Colin Show put the number up. Look at Caleb already working. Just comes in full speed ahead.

Caleb Beaver (02:14):

Adding value.

Sevan Matossian (02:16):

Stevon looks like an Armenian mobster in that photo. Do you know how much better? It really is true. Our shows with thumbnails do so much better.

Caleb Beaver (02:26):

Yeah, I think so too.

Sevan Matossian (02:27):

Yeah, Bruce Wayne makes a thumbnail. It does better and we need to tell him, chat with him about if it’s rich. Froning on my picture needs to be small. His needs to be big.

Caleb Beaver (02:40):

Yeah, that’s true. Big shirtless picture and then tiny seven one head.

Sevan Matossian (02:45):

Yeah, tiny. Not even necessary. Just if you have one laying around.

Caleb Beaver (02:51):


Sevan Matossian (02:53):

I’m curious if Emily, we needed Emily thumbnail. I wonder if that would get us more views. I bet it would. Stevon looks like he has an IED strapped to him in this picture. Oh, I got nine 11 was fun for me. That terrorist. Look I have, I told you guys the story. I got stopped in Miami coming in one time, went to secondary. They were fucking convinced that I was in the Syrian army. Dude, it was crazy.

Caleb Beaver (03:22):

Which one? Which Syrian

Sevan Matossian (03:24):

Army. I don’t know, but they’re like, how many years have you spent, it wasn’t even like, were you in the Syrian army? How many years were you in the Syrian army? The what? Army ma’am, and I was a full on dirt toilet tour. I was like, ma’am, I wouldn’t hurt anyone. I fucking hate cops. I hate you. I hate all military. I’m a full blown

Caleb Beaver (03:42):

Peace Corps guy.

Sevan Matossian (03:43):

Yeah, I’m Marxist. What are you talking Black Lives Matter. What do you mean? I feel sorry for black people. I’m a liberal. Leave me alone. I’m better than you. I would never kill anyone. The only way liberals do bad shit is we gather them together and burn them in ovens. Leave me alone. Sorry. I thought Greg, by the way, this is not a criticism. Greg always rolls in a few minutes after the show starts, but last night he was pumped. I thought he would be here like 10 minutes before me, but no, I get that a lot too, by the way. Always secondary for se. So many secondaries. Not just like the Miami one was just really long time. I’ve been in secondary for a long time in Canada and Miami, but been to secondary 20 times. One time in Egypt, I went to secondary. I went to third dairy. I stayed in the airport for three hours. Yeah, flying into Egypt. Not fun. 20 guys, no exaggeration. 20

Caleb Beaver (04:52):

Guys. Egyptians don’t mess around either.

Sevan Matossian (04:53):

20 guys all in suits, silk suits. Is that a TV camera or a movie camera? They kept saying they wanted to know. I was like,

Caleb Beaver (05:04):

What’s the difference?

Sevan Matossian (05:05):

Yeah, I was fucking tripping.

Caleb Beaver (05:08):

There’s a right answer here and I will give it. Just tell me what it is.

Sevan Matossian (05:11):

That was the movie Desert Runners that I was filming and directing, and that was the one where they came and got the Jew a week into the shoot. We were out in the middle of the Sahara Desert and the guys in the Toyota Helixes came out and said, you got a Jew running with you. And everyone’s like,

Caleb Beaver (05:31):


Sevan Matossian (05:33):

And they grabbed the Jew. It’s so funny. You don’t even think about that shit until you have to take care of three Jews. You’re like, yeah, so some people hate Jews, so what? Some people hate some black people. So what? You’re just a liberal

Caleb Beaver (05:48):

Now your kids are going to run through Egypt and they’re going to say, oh, do you have three little Jew boys running with you? Yeah, yeah. And be like right

Sevan Matossian (05:55):

There. Be like right there. Those three. I don’t think Mustafa, Muhammad and I dunno, what’s the third name? Hasim better fucking have their A game on if they’re going to fucking fuck with the three playing brothers though. It’s no joke, man. We did a little tour of Jiu-Jitsu Academy. Those guys are crazy. Scaled Nation. Good morning. Athena Perez. I wonder when they’re Scaled Nation. Oh, upcoming events. Oh, March. Okay. Working with larger bodies in Hamilton, Montana. Oh, that’s Missoula cool town. Right at Bitterroot CrossFit. March 30th and then Nashville, Tennessee in April. Oh two seminars in April. Oh, are they backwards? Oh, they’re backwards on your website for April. Oh shit. I need to send you something, don’t I? For crying out loud. Sorry, I’m back home. Athena. I know. I need to mail you something. Yeah, there they are. March, April, and then you can go backwards in April too to Tennessee. Oh two in Tennessee. Oh, that’s why they’re backwards. They’re both at the same place or same town. Alright. Ryan Omaha too. Oh, oh. Say hi to Ms. Tovar for me. Make sure you take your CEO shirt.

Caleb Beaver (07:29):

Maybe I’ll come say hi to you too.

Sevan Matossian (07:30):

Yeah, there’s Mr. Glassman. What is Greg’s thoughts about God? What are Greg’s thoughts about God? What is Greg’s thoughts about God?

Greg Glassman (07:44):

I think you should capitalize it.

Caleb Beaver (07:51):

Good start.

Sevan Matossian (07:53):

It is

Greg Glassman (07:54):

A, I always do, and I’m not in the least bit religious.

Sevan Matossian (07:58):

Mom and dad are capitalized too, right?

Greg Glassman (08:01):

I do that too. And brother and sister and kids.

Sevan Matossian (08:05):

Oh, brother and sister kids.

Greg Glassman (08:06):

I know they’re special.

Sevan Matossian (08:08):

Right? Okay.

Greg Glassman (08:11):

I go German for that.

Sevan Matossian (08:14):

They do that. What do you mean

Greg Glassman (08:16):

Germans? Capitalize all nouns.

Sevan Matossian (08:19):

All nouns. It’s the

Greg Glassman (08:20):

Easiest fucking language in the world.

Caleb Beaver (08:23):

It’s so easy.

Greg Glassman (08:24):

It’s so easy.

Sevan Matossian (08:29):

Let’s see. What do you got,

Greg Glassman (08:31):

Kate? It’s beautiful. From that regard alone, just as orderly as you think the Germans would make a religion. I mean language. Excuse me.

Sevan Matossian (08:43):

The problem is I’ve just heard the dominant German speaker I’ve heard has always got his hand waving around in the air and a little mustache and he’s just getting crazy. That

Greg Glassman (08:55):

Guy even fucked up Mercedes-Benz and German Shepherd dogs for people.

Sevan Matossian (09:00):

I know it sucks.

Greg Glassman (09:01):

I had a girlfriend that couldn’t get into Mercedes or look at a German Shepherd dog. That was her.

Sevan Matossian (09:08):

Yeah, I’ve been around those people. Yeah, that’s because in German, all nouns are capitalized. Yep. Every person, place and thing is capitalized. So not only do you have to remember to capitalize every sentence in proper noun like we do in English, you have to capitalize every other thing as well. Oh, it’s funny. They’re trying to act like that’s a bad thing in here. So not only do you have to remember

Caleb Beaver (09:32):

They is dropped on the scalp. There you go.

Sevan Matossian (09:39):

Have you been to Germany, Greg?

Greg Glassman (09:42):


Sevan Matossian (09:43):

For seminars?

Greg Glassman (09:45):


Sevan Matossian (09:45):

Something. Yeah, I went there a couple of times too. I really enjoyed it. Good people. Clean country. Country. Yeah. You’ve been there too,

Caleb Beaver (09:54):

Kayla? Yeah. We stopped by when I came back from my deployment, spent like four days there does three

Greg Glassman (09:58):

German speaking countries have a $5 trillion. GDP.

Sevan Matossian (10:02):

What are those?

Greg Glassman (10:05):

Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. And you feel every dollar of it when you cross the border, it’s like someone flipped a switch. It’s kind of bizarre.

Sevan Matossian (10:15):

I didn’t even know Switzerland spoke German. I didn’t even know. I don’t know what I thought they spoke.

Caleb Beaver (10:24):

Yeah, the streets are clean, the roads are well worked. If they ever put a road under construction, they tear it all the way down to the base layer all the way down to ground level, and then they rebuild it from the bottom up. So in America, they’ll just resurface it. They’ll grind down the top of the asphalt and just relay another layer of asphalt. But in Germany, they actually take the time to remake the whole thing. So you could have a road that’s out of commission for a year, but once it’s done, it’s perfect and you’ll be able to drive on it. For centuries.

Sevan Matossian (10:57):

There’s this highway between Mombasa and Nairobi. Nairobi, Mombasa Highway, and they had three different construction countries come and make it, and I forget, it was like China, Japan and Germany, and I remember the locals there were saying that the German road is way, way, way, way superior than what the Chinese and what the Japanese made just crazy. The other two got potholes and need constant repairs and the Germans just killed it.

Greg Glassman (11:24):

Sevi and I were navigating the airport in Nairobi and our terminal was closed and we’re like, why? And I go, it’s on fire. Terminal one was on fire.

Sevan Matossian (11:37):

It opened back up. It was all good. Hey, I think you were with me, Greg. Also, we saw a family of four, a man, a woman, and two kids get on a escalator and you could tell it was the first time they’d ever been on an escalator. Do you remember? The father huddled them all together and they got on together and in sheer terror. That was kind of cool. Any other thoughts on God, Greg? Besides the spelling,

Greg Glassman (12:08):

I am neutral on the whole thing and it allows me to judge religions. Religious people shouldn’t be weighing in on the Jews and the Catholics and that kind of thing, so I consider myself a referee

Sevan Matossian (12:25):

And why shouldn’t they?

Greg Glassman (12:27):

I’m speaking mostly in jest, but

Sevan Matossian (12:29):

Right, because they’re bias of They’re bias.

Greg Glassman (12:32):

Yeah. They got to be, you’ve already got a team, right?

Sevan Matossian (12:39):


Greg Glassman (12:41):

My buddy Elliot, he’s got Ohio State Buckeye’s license plate, right? Yeah. If I ask him his opinion on something in college football, it’s going to be jaded by his Ohio State perspective, his Buckeye lenses. I don’t like college football, so I should weigh in.

Sevan Matossian (13:03):

I’m guessing, and I’m projecting that they’re asking about your thoughts about the afterlife.

Greg Glassman (13:12):

I am doing my best to get it all done here and I’d recommend everyone do the same.

Sevan Matossian (13:21):

Act like you only have one shot,

Greg Glassman (13:22):

But I have no interest in being a part of taking anything from anyone. When I was a kid, I was probably a little different. I was a lot different about that. And so those guys, those sweet boys that would knock on the door and want to leave pamphlets, I’d have, yeah, I was as good at what they did as they were respectfully always. But I’ve lost interest in that.

Sevan Matossian (13:57):

Hey, so first I want to say you taught me

Greg Glassman (14:02):

There’s greater fish to fry in terms of writing people’s epistemology.

Sevan Matossian (14:12):

There’s okay,

Greg Glassman (14:14):

Yeah. In fact, on net I’m going to say that Judaism and Christianity have been good for the species,

Sevan Matossian (14:21):

And you taught me that. Hey, just because you don’t,

Greg Glassman (14:25):

I learned it from Frederick

Sevan Matossian (14:28):

And what was that?

Greg Glassman (14:29):

That where he was godless, all his values were only found in Judeo Christian countries from women’s rights to free speech, to right, to assembly, all that stuff. It’s property rights. When we went here before, look at the axes against the west and the way their system of government and how their people live. We’ll go from China to Russia to Iran, to North Korea, to Gaza, and what do you have complete and total enslavement? A subjugated body of people. Their leadership has decided they’re nothing but collateral damage and the rest of us are less than that.

Sevan Matossian (15:34):

You could not be Christian, but still take that, use their values in order to live a bountiful and fruitful life.

Greg Glassman (15:45):

Yeah. My father-in-law said the other day, I believe in the 10 Commandments, and I’m like, let me go through that again. I go, yeah, I’m fully solid on almost all

Sevan Matossian (15:53):

Of ’em. Right?

Greg Glassman (15:56):

It is kind of a demarcation of being decent or indecent.

Sevan Matossian (16:01):

Right? Let me pose this paradigm to you, and

Greg Glassman (16:11):

I do think they’re ingrained in us, likely biologically.

Sevan Matossian (16:15):

Oh, you do?

Greg Glassman (16:16):

Yes. Yeah. There’s those hayekian things that while manmade were designed by no man, law, language, religion, currency.

Sevan Matossian (16:28):

Thou sht have no other gods before me.

Greg Glassman (16:30):

That one I can, okay, we’ll come back to that.

Sevan Matossian (16:33):

Those could just be the next nine. Also though thou shall not make unto any graven image. I don’t even know what that means. Wow. This

Caleb Beaver (16:41):

One’s fucking annoying.

Sevan Matossian (16:43):

Okay, thank you.

Caleb Beaver (16:44):

Nope. Hold on. Lemme get a better one. Me get like a kids one. Here we go.

Sevan Matossian (16:48):

What does that mean? You can’t. Oh, thank you, God. Caleb, you’re a good dude. Okay, number one. Yes. That’s

Greg Glassman (16:58):


Sevan Matossian (16:59):

I apologize, Greg, but I apologize. You have to slum it down here with those ignorance. Love God more than anything else, don’t make anything more important than God. Always say God’s name with love and respect. Honor the Lord by resting on the seventh day of the week. Love and respect your mom and dad. Never hurt anyone. Always be faithful to your husband and wife. Don’t take anything that isn’t yours. Always tell the truth. Be happy with what you have. Don’t wish for other people’s things.

Greg Glassman (17:42):

Number six, alone determines whether you should live in a cage or not. You know what I mean? This is some important shit.

Sevan Matossian (17:51):

Yeah. Yeah. Hey, there are these things in there though that are kind of like, don’t take anything that isn’t yours.

Greg Glassman (18:03):

That would’ve helped a lot of people with the cage problem.

Sevan Matossian (18:06):


Greg Glassman (18:10):

I observed in my pet rats as a kid that they understood property rights. So if I just threw something in the middle, the dominant rat was going to get it. If I gave the coveted treat to one of the submissive less dominant rats, he or she could huddle in the corner and eat it and the others would just watch and be bummed. They fucking knew it was his. I gave it to ’em

Sevan Matossian (18:40):


Greg Glassman (18:41):

Now, if I left the room, they might gang up and take it from ’em and eat it, right? But dogs are the same way. Watch ’em. It’s kind of interesting. There’s a sense of I got this nana and a nana. What? It’s mine.

Sevan Matossian (18:56):

Seagulls. Don’t do that. Play that game. You throw a piece of bread up and a seagull grabs it and 17 seagulls are on his ass as he flies away, just screaming at him.

Greg Glassman (19:04):

Chickens too. It’s fun to watch the one chicken that has the centipede and you have to eat it. Basically doing that running, flying thing. They do because each time you stop, the chances of keeping it plummet.

Sevan Matossian (19:21):

Jake Chapman, other than faith in God, I’m a perfect Christian. It’s kind of interesting because I mean, I dunno if he’s joking or not, but that’s kind of the position that I was talking about. Yeah, try to follow the rules of the Bible. Even if you don’t believe in God, it will get civilization in yourself ahead in the game. It’s a good rule book. A lot of good shit in there. Let me pose this to you, Greg, that somewhere inside of us, there’s a piece that needs to have that itched, whatever that God thing is that fulfills, but some people have filled it with other things like their TV set or what CNN tells them, but it is the same mechanism and it is the same that there’s an archetype to us that has to be, I guess, food. We all have to eat. Some of us eat Skittles, some of us eat ribeye, some of us, so that somewhere as a human being, intellectually there’s something that we feel like we need to consume that fills this bucket in our brain, and some people have chosen Christianity to fill that bucket and other people have chosen CNN and maybe other people have chose Bayesian logic.


I don’t know. Do you think that I’m onto something or

Greg Glassman (20:42):

Yeah, I do, but I want to circle around it and

Sevan Matossian (20:44):

Address it. Okay,

Greg Glassman (20:48):

Man, this damn few people I know that don’t either believe in God or have the same faith at the same other than rational, powerful vehement for the state and its achievements and it’s just my Christian and my liberal friends. My conservative friends are largely Judeo Christian and my liberal friends are not, and my liberal friends still have their God. It’s the fucking state.

Sevan Matossian (21:32):

Right? Can you give me some examples of how that manifests if you have,

Greg Glassman (21:37):

Try amongst your liberal friends, having a discussion as to the exacerbating effects of giveaways on poverty of the reality that rent control creates slums, that being colorblind is the best way ethically and practically to deal with race relations. Try having those discussions. Try explaining that the state is a source of destruction and bad, more than good. It’s an inconceivable point of view to them. Absolutely utterly inconceivable. They’ll shut down. You’re going to get as far as you will talking with one of our friends about You’re not so sure about this Jesus guy.

Sevan Matossian (22:28):

Right? Right.

Greg Glassman (22:29):

Discussion’s over, you’re seen as being something that’s not worthy of further interaction and for my money, I’d rather live in the Judeo-Christian

Sevan Matossian (22:48):


Greg Glassman (22:49):

World than in the socialist world.

Sevan Matossian (22:51):

Right? Is there a third? Is there third choice?

Greg Glassman (22:58):

I don’t know. It’s libertarian kind of types. These fence sitters. We never get anything fucking together. This is I think, very much what a lot of Jews feel,

Sevan Matossian (23:15):

Which is

Greg Glassman (23:16):

Kramer’s. I don’t know. There was something in it other than other than he’d tell me, you should be in temple today, and I’d say, I’m not Jewish. He goes, yeah, you are. And I go, no, I’m not. He goes, yeah, but you are. And I go, I don’t even believe in God. He goes, that doesn’t matter either. You should still be there and if you want to sit there and continue this, he had a pretty good argument.

Sevan Matossian (23:45):

Speaking of Jews, I saw this stat. I’m going to see if I can find the source for it. Okay, here we go. I just found it. You turned me on to this lady. This week’s polling results published by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey researched

Greg Glassman (24:05):

Research. That’s it. I’m going to do my stop reading. When

Sevan Matossian (24:09):

Revealed that no fewer than 82% of the residents of Gaza approved of October 7th.

Greg Glassman (24:19):

Here’s where I go on that. I’m going to pretend like it’s not true and that these are actually a decent oppressed people oppressed by a dictatorial shit government, one of the shittiest on the shitty planet. It’s North Korea, bad in Gaza. Look, ask Amnesty International. They said they’ve been torturing and interrogating people in that hospital to the tunes of hundreds. It’s Amnesty International, for god’s sakes. It’s no friend of conservative causes.

Sevan Matossian (24:53):


Greg Glassman (24:55):

Hundreds of cases of Hamas torturing people in that fucking hospital. Do you know what torture looks like in hospitals? You know how good you can do it there? Oh

Sevan Matossian (25:07):


Greg Glassman (25:09):

That’s some Soviet quality super torture. When you have, you’ve got everything you would ever need. Right?

Caleb Beaver (25:16):

Got your scalpels and drugs.

Greg Glassman (25:17):

Otherwise, they keep pantsing out. It’s no fun.

Caleb Beaver (25:20):

Shoot him up with some more adrenaline, some epinephrine in there.

Greg Glassman (25:27):

They’re like, stop. He’s going to kill him. You’re like, he’s far from fucking dead. We’re at the hospital.

Sevan Matossian (25:33):

How about the guy? You and I were in China when this story broke. There was a reporter who the Saudis called into the embassy in Turkey. Hey, it was a New York. New York, no, sorry. Not New York, but Washington Times reporter and they invited him over to come visit him at the Saudi embassy in Turkey. I

Greg Glassman (26:02):

Think he was a post guy, but anyways,

Sevan Matossian (26:04):

What did I call it? Times? Oh yeah, yeah. Washington Post. Right? The one that’s owned by Bezos. Yeah. They called that dude in and the night before, two GG fives with a bunch of Saudis came in and they got this guy inside the embassy and they chopped him up into little pieces and put ’em in bags and the whole thing is recorded. The audio recordings of it.

Greg Glassman (26:28):

Yes. The guy working a bone cell was singing

Sevan Matossian (26:33):

With earplugs in and shit.

Greg Glassman (26:34):

Yeah. Yeah. What kind of song do you sing as you’re dissecting someone for Easy Transport? Probably a religious song,

Sevan Matossian (26:42):

Right? Muhammad?

Greg Glassman (26:46):

Something you learned in church, right.

Sevan Matossian (26:47):

Mohammed is great. Jeed Nelson. I’ve had a time where God wasn’t a part of my life and a part of my life has been led by faith through my experience. Despite being paralyzed. Life has been incrementally better with God and faith. Yeah. I mean, I think that’s part of the topic here, that this civilization is better than others and it’s fantastic for the civilization to have a bunch of people who are following the law of God. Right.

Greg Glassman (27:20):

Look, I can go here if there’s a guy I know he loves me.

Sevan Matossian (27:26):

Right? Why? Because your wife’s hot, because your kids are healthy. What do

Greg Glassman (27:32):

I have? I have my health. I’ve got,

Sevan Matossian (27:35):

If you lose

Greg Glassman (27:36):

Kids, I’ve got more money than I’m going to be able to spend in this lifetime.

Sevan Matossian (27:40):

You have enough money where if you lose a remote, you can just order another one on

Greg Glassman (27:43):

Amazon. That’s it. Get five until they quit disappearing and don’t even complain about it. Just go on to Amazon.

Sevan Matossian (27:53):

Yeah. No, kids get spanked, nothing. Pay

Greg Glassman (27:54):

Orders and look and put in remote and there they are. Get five more.

Sevan Matossian (27:59):


Greg Glassman (28:01):

And then at the point where they’re in every drawer you look in, you’re good.

Sevan Matossian (28:07):

That TV in your main room, in your Arizona house, the one that looks out at the pool, that giant tv, does that remote have a place where it lives? That remote has to be there for that tv.

Greg Glassman (28:17):

Yeah. I was hiding it in the barbecue for a

Sevan Matossian (28:19):

While. Oh, you were hiding it?

Greg Glassman (28:21):

Yeah. See, here’s my thing. Tell

Sevan Matossian (28:25):

I think, by the way, just so you know, Greg has more kids than ants on his property. That’s why you got to do shit like that.

Greg Glassman (28:32):


Sevan Matossian (28:33):

Go ahead. Sorry.

Greg Glassman (28:34):


Sevan Matossian (28:36):

Each kid has put it on the GR and the grill. Each kid has two to three friends over and he has nine kids. It’s a preschool

Greg Glassman (28:45):

And I’m old school. I think the remote should be in the room where the TV is

Sevan Matossian (28:51):


Greg Glassman (28:52):

Yeah. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (28:53):

I’ve never heard of that.

Greg Glassman (28:54):

I’m like, Hey, where’s the fucking remote? And it was like, there’s no telling. I’m like, why is that even a possibility?

Sevan Matossian (29:01):

It’s not even in the couch cushions. Is there a spot besides the spot where you hide it? Is it like, Hey, when you’re done, set it on this coffee table? We got a spot for our remote. It’s

Greg Glassman (29:12):

Even gotten better than that. I, I’ve got the home team using the native universal remote that comes Sony, which is mostly what we have. We have some lgs too, but I have them using that remote and then I got a Direct TV streaming account and I have these little remotes, and so we basically come in at the thing from completely different, I’m coming into the net and they’re coming in through Chromecast or whatever the fuck it is, and so we don’t even interface the same.

Sevan Matossian (29:53):

Yeah, I like that. I get

Greg Glassman (29:54):

It. We don’t work on the same interface with the television.

Sevan Matossian (29:57):


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