Live Call In | Dating Liberal Girls #886

Sevan Matossian (00:08):

I hope he didn’t lose power again. No, but you know what? My computer didn’t turn on this morning. I was there an Apple update last night. Bam. We’re live. Was there an Apple update last night? Well, that was really, uh, weird, but here I am looking at my notes. I believe Matthew Suza will be coming late to the show today, 45 minutes late, but he will be here. I think he’s at the, uh, Hayward Fire Station today, uh, working with our first responders that, um, are supposed to be putting out fires and saving people from car accidents, but instead they’re working on old obese people. It’s weird. That’s a weird, it’s a weird pro profession, right? That whole firefighting thing. It’s, I want, it’s kind of almost a misnomer to call it firefighting. Firefighting,


Old people fighting, old obese people fighting. Uh, Jeff Beko, good morning from Spokane, Washington, home of the legend Cole Saer. Jeff, it’s been a while. Good to have you back, buddy. I wanna let you know that we’ve done absolutely nothing without you. And, uh, except I did get a haircut, which has caused, uh, Steven to have an outburst that says, uh, you’re looking hot. I shaved the side of my head. Is that easy? My buddy texted me yesterday, uh, Garrett, and she called this the Viking Dyke Cut. And I was like, well, uh, I love hook it up. I am a v Viking dyke. I’m here for the penis talk. Ooh, I would love to start with some penis talk. I can talk, uh, we can talk about, um, what Elon Musk thinks about chopping off penises, if you want. Uh, it’s interesting. It’s al it’s, I I realized how powerful, uh, he is in my life, and I don’t even know it. Um, oh, you’re off, you’re, you’re, you’re shot out of a cannon. You’re shot out. What is going on with this mic? This is what was happening yesterday too. You’re shot out of a mic this morning,


Shot out of a mic shot out of a cannon this morning. You’re shot out of a cannon this morning. You, you, I mean, I can give you this. I can give you this here straight for the straight. This is, here’s some, here’s some, uh, relevant, um, penis talk for you, Jeff. This is gonna cost you something like 99 cent or something. Here’s my arrow. Oh my goodness. Come on. This is gonna cost you something. Uh, define a penis. Uh, the next door, the, the penis. One of the characteristics of the penis. It is the, uh, next door neighbor and close friend of the balls.


Um, here we go. Uh, fa fascinating. I I haven’t, I’ve not fact checked this. I have not, uh, I have not, I have not fact checked this. Elon Musk, uh, says, anyone who sterilizes a child with attempted sex change should go to prison for life. Uh, Tesla and Twitter, c e o Elon Musk has declared that he believes anyone who sterilizes a child to make them feel more like the opposite, opposite sex, uh, should go to prison for life. Musk made this remark on a social media platform Thursday night in response to an individual who pointed out the hysteria left wing, uh, outrage at Florida, Florida, governor Ron Des Santo’s stance that sex change procedure on children should be illegal in the sunshine State. Musk replied, any parent or doctor who sterilizes a child before they are a consenting adult, which means they’re not a child, should go to prison for life. The sterilization language is likely a reference to hormone altering drugs, col, equally called puberty blockers, which do cause infertility, other so-called gender affirming pres. So this has, this is kind of like chopping. This is kind of penis talk.


What do you think that’s equal to? What do you think hap, what do you think happened in the old days, in the old days, um, that were like, how did people allow that to happen? Like, does anyone think it’s controversial that Elon said that? I’m trying to think. Like, this seems so sane to me. If you chain, if you participate in the sterilization of children under any, like, pretense, right? Um, you should probably go to jail. I don’t the timeframe I, i I have no opinion on. I’m trying to think, I’m trying to think why that’s outrageous.


I’m trying to think why that’s, I I don’t Yeah. Like slave, okay. Like slavery. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Like, we look back at slavery and we’re like, how did we do that? Like, wouldn’t it be weird if you woke up in the morning and you had slaves? How do you, how do you, um, sit with yourself the rest of the day? How did you not like stop for a second and be like, holy shit, there’s a person’s time on earth here that I’m like, I’ve, I’ve, I’m stealing under the, I mean, the, the guys. If, if you disobeyed as a slave, I’m assuming the penalty was death. I wonder what that is, right? Like, if you’re a slave and you’re like, fuck you, I ain’t doing it. They just kill you. Oh, homosexuality, okay. I dunno about if it was until 2007 that I remember in 1990, fucking raging with the homos, my senior year in high school, raging openly fucking naked on the streets of San Francisco. They lived by different rules. All the marginalized man, you guys, we, we grew up differently. I grew up in the Bay Area. That shit was, that shit was, they were down. We were down, uh, sending their women, sending their kids to daycare. Uh, okay, I I, I, I don’t agree with that, but, but now, now we’ve gone too far. Like, if you have to send your kids to daycare, you have to, but, but I, but I feel the sentiment. I wanna say it. Trust me, that won’t be popular here.


Uh, let’s see. Um, if we flip the script, what, what the kids are asking for, what would these adults say? Oh, and, and God, these, God, you guys are fucking good a farm wife. So this is so important. Even if it’s absurd or not absurd. This is like high level thinking of context, putting things in context and relativity, the, the farm wife is saying, um, what if, what if kids were asking for more testosterone? Is that okay? Hey, I kind of just don’t feel man enough. You know, what’s crazy about that? That you say that At least at that point, yeah. You can’t do that as a parent either. I, I, I, you’re absolutely right. Can’t do that either. You can’t.


We have to agree that the hormones are such a delicate, um, cocktail, delicate cocktail, uh, Damon Castro, Sevan. It’s been a minute. Hope you were well. Uh, what’s the chatter today? I just see that Elon said this, and, and I, part of me is like, God, I, I wonder if I ever said this on my show, because this is like, just like, duh, this to me, this is like, Hey, if you put dogs in the microwave, uh, you should go to jail for a long time. Um, if you, I don’t know. There’s just things that you, if you, um, if you killed your girlfriend’s cat, uh, because you caught her cheating on you, I think you should go to jail for a long time. Um, if you want your parents, if your parents are old and you want their money and you kill them, uh, you should go to jail for a long time.


It just seems like these are like some no-brainers. And if you sterilize your child, I just think you should go to jail for a long time. I, how is this a controversial, uh, statement? If you wanna get controversial? Uh, this thing about, uh, sending your kids to daycare, boy, what, what if you looked at the odds? What if, what if you looked at the odds and of every a hundred kids to daycare, you started looking at the bad shit that happened to ’em. Uh, three and a hundred are beat, beat up by their peers. Seven and a hundred are abused by their, uh, by the workers. Um, 20 and a hundred are, um, uh, held back slower because, uh, they’re, they’re too advanced for their peer group. And like you just went through and just started say, talking about all the things that happened at daycare. I, I, I wonder how many have like a, uh, an experience that’s like a, a thriving growth experience.


Samantha h with the, uh, uh, uh, quick justification around, uh, finances. Hey, I send my kids to daycare. A single income today is not always realistic. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. Uh, yes, doc. Uh, Dr. Seuss. Uh, hormones. Is this a live colon? Oh, shit. Here we go. Here we go. I mean, what do you want me to come back with? Uh, you shouldn’t have had so many kids, Allison NYC trying to soften the blow. I’m so grateful I don’t have to leave my babies at daycare. Some people have no choice. I Why say that? I don’t understand it. Why, why, why say some people have no choice. Why give people an out? Now? Now, here’s the thing. It’s okay if they have an out. Maybe they shouldn’t be judged. But why? Why, why? Why should we give that? Give it to them. It, you’re 200 pounds overweight. It’s okay. It’s your birthday. Have a slice of cake. I, I just, I don’t think that’s my job to give people an out. I think, do you know what I think that is? Maybe I’m, oh shit. Here we go. Standby. About to take a ass whooping. Call her. Hi.

Speaker 2 (10:44):

Hey. Hey. Curious. I wanna run something by you. Okay. Please, Ben Shap by,

Sevan Matossian (10:48):

By curious or just curious

Speaker 2 (10:51):

Something. No, just curious. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (10:53):

Can I tell you something really quick? Before you we’re gonna talk about Ben Shapiro?

Speaker 2 (10:57):

Yeah. Do you mind?

Sevan Matossian (10:58):

No, not at all. I just wanna just throw one thing out there. Yeah. Off subject. Someone wrote in the comments, I forget what interview they were watching, but let’s say it was the James Newberry one. They’re like, holy shit, Savon, you’re the fucking greatest interviewer ever, blah, blah, blah. Just, just blowing me. Right? And then they said, so you should really stop with the shock jock stuff.

Speaker 2 (11:18):

And the shock jock. What’s that? It’s,

Sevan Matossian (11:20):

It’s, it’s, it’s, it, it’s crazy what, whatever they’re referencing, it’s like, what I love, like I love the Dirty talk. Okay. And acting like a 12 year old, and like, and, and they, you want to take that away from me because you want me just to be like, I’ll do all these beautiful interviews like I do with New Barry or Sarah Sigmund’s daughter, or, uh, Caitlin Harrison. But why can’t I have, like, why can’t I have some little richer pryor in me? Why do I have to be shocked? Why can’t I just be like, Hey, I like dirty jokes.

Speaker 2 (11:49):

Hey, Shakespeare said to each, uh, to be true, right? To

Sevan Matossian (11:53):

What’d he say? What’d he

Speaker 2 (11:54):

Say? I put you on? Should the own self be true

Sevan Matossian (11:57):

To th own self be true? Yeah.

Speaker 2 (11:59):

Right. So, I mean, I don’t, your dirty talk is not my favorite. Okay. But you do talk about pretty cool things. Okay. You are probably the best interviewer that I know. Okay. So I kind of like take the good with, I don’t wanna say the bad cause it’s my opinion. Yeah. But the, the good with the stuff that isn’t my favorite. You know,

Sevan Matossian (12:20):

Let, let me, let me ask, let me ask you this. I won’t forget about Men Shappiro. Okay. So like, I, I, I, I make fun of pickleball, but the truth is it’s probably really cool and I would have fun playing it. Oh, I do

Speaker 2 (12:30):

Too, right? I can’t play a game that’s called pickleball,

Sevan Matossian (12:33):

All that. Yeah. So yeah. Great jokes. But, but, but at the end of the day, um, it’s, it’s, it does nothing to bother me. I, if, if I was, if me and you were stuck somewhere, like in the prison yard, me and you’d probably become friends and play shitload of pickleball, but Right.

Speaker 2 (12:46):

Yeah. Or handball,

Sevan Matossian (12:47):

But, or handball. Right. Um, but but you, that’s, you, you really don’t like my crash humor?

Speaker 2 (12:55):

Ooh, do I really? Well, it makes me laugh, which I don’t like. Oh. But sometimes I do say

Sevan Matossian (13:03):

You think it’s bad, like sugar bad. You think like, I have a good lot of good wholesome people on here. They come here, it’s like the Playboy Magazine under their bed, and they’re like,

Speaker 2 (13:11):


Sevan Matossian (13:11):

Pleasure is like listening to sev. Oh man.

Speaker 2 (13:15):

Yeah. But then there’s also good articles in there too, you know, that are educational.

Sevan Matossian (13:20):

Alright. Okay. Ben Shapiro. I need to process

Speaker 2 (13:22):

That, but I’m not hating on it. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (13:24):

I know you’re not. I know you’re not. You’re just giving me some a healthy, uh, you’re, you’re like my conscience talking to me. I appreciate it.

Speaker 2 (13:31):

You know what I did wanna tell you, which is I didn’t plan, tell you. Okay. Is my wife and I be two days after we like started talking, we agreed we did not want kids. Neither of us want kids whatsoever. Okay. Okay. Love kids don’t want ’em. Okay. And, uh, we can no longer have kids for preventive reasons, you know, we took, but watching you with your boys. Yeah. That is the only time I’ve ever thought, man, it would be cool to have a kid, boy or girl wouldn’t care. You make being a father seem cool.

Sevan Matossian (14:00):

Oh, thank you.

Speaker 2 (14:01):

So I wanted to give you that compliment, honestly. Like that relationship that you would have, the way you talk about being a father and having like, uh, Hailey, be your mother. I’m like, man, that’s what’s supposed to be though. So I wanted to give you that compliment.

Sevan Matossian (14:15):

How old? How old are you?

Speaker 2 (14:17):

31. Oh,

Sevan Matossian (14:18):

Yeah. Yeah. It’s so much time.

Speaker 2 (14:21):

So fine. Alright. So I thought this was interesting that Ben Shapiro had said there’s like some soccer girl on the US team that was complaining about not getting paid as much as the men.

Sevan Matossian (14:32):

Oh, yes, I saw that clip.

Speaker 2 (14:34):

Oh, okay. And then did you see his part where he is like, well, if you could make the women’s team or in the men’s team, then you deserve to get paid the same. Because it doesn’t matter how hard you work, it’s how good you are. Right? Right. Like, if you and I work in the same place, just because you’re a harder worker than I am, but you can’t perform as well, it doesn’t mean you should get paid more. So do you feel like that should apply to CrossFit too? I mean, those women are way harder workers than men. I mean, those women are just as harder workers as men, but, uh, they get paid as much, but they could never perform as well. Right?

Sevan Matossian (15:09):

Um, uh, I, I think that there’s some like conflation there. He, he, here’s how I heard that argument. Here’s how I heard the argument. I’m gonna, the basketball one is really fresh in my head. So, so, so let me tell you the basketball one, the W N B A has a revenue of 60,000,060 million a year, and the NBA has a revenue of 10 billion a year. And the women Okay. Are still, even though the wo the average salary for an God. Listen, anyone who thinks like I have a shitty memory, or like I I’m not good with anything, listen to how fucking amazing my memory is when it comes to

Speaker 2 (15:48):

No, you shake having a bad memory. Okay. I know you do. Thank, thank you. We’re talking about fast

Sevan Matossian (15:52):

Stuff. I’m fake as fuck. We’re great. Good. I like that. Around about,

Speaker 2 (15:56):

Honestly, you’re fake. I said I knew you were faking it.

Sevan Matossian (15:58):

Okay. Okay, here we go. Uh, the, the average N B A male makes 9 million a year, 9.1 million a year. The average wa female makes $120,000 a year. But based on the percentages of how much revenue their organizations make, the women still make more money than the men.

Speaker 2 (16:19):

Oh, that’s a cool fact. Right? No one talks about

Sevan Matossian (16:21):

That. And so the, those types of things, that’s how I think of it. It, it’s just like, it was fucked up. Uh, and, and the, the only soccer thing I know is, is that the, the win, the, when the men went to the World Cup, they had to give some of their winnings to the women, which was fucked up because the men’s World Cup generated billions and billions more than the women’s,

Speaker 2 (16:42):

Right? Mm-hmm. <affirmative>.

Sevan Matossian (16:43):

Yeah. So like, I don’t even think it’s how hard you work. Like let, let’s say you and I grow avocados and it’s twice as hard to grow them and twice as hard to pick them, but they’re just not popular. And apricots are super easy to grow and they’re super popular. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I, I’m a full-blown capitalist. I just say, let the markets drive everything.

Speaker 2 (17:01):

Mm-hmm. <affirmative>,

Sevan Matossian (17:02):

I don’t think, I don’t think you should. I don’t think you should, uh, uh, force anything. Oh. Uh, just say Jeff Baker calls it disingenuous. Not, not fake, disingenuous.

Speaker 2 (17:13):

No. It’s like, I don’t know. To me it’s entertaining when you like, pretend to not know something about like open or movement or whatever. I was like, that’s how you be a good interviewer when the interviewer knows it all. They’re boring. Like they we’re here to hear whoever you’re talking to. I mean, we wanna hear you too, but like, the way you allow everyone else to be an expert, even if you know Yeah. Entertaining. So,

Sevan Matossian (17:35):

Uh, Jeff also calls it fox self dep deprecation. I think that’s like, felt fake. Self-deprecation is cringe. Oh

Speaker 2 (17:43):

Yeah. Oh yeah. I like it. So, okay. But all right. Well, one of my favorite things is that CrossFit, the women do get, um, paid just as much. And it’s not any different. I grew up with like a, a father who was a chauvinist, and CrossFit has given me a much healthier view of women in being strong and, you know, getting your butt kicked every day by women in the gym. Like, that’s been awesome for, I think everybody else should get their butt kicked back. That

Sevan Matossian (18:09):

Was the only thing. That was the only thing. Greg Glassman fucked up paying the women the same amount as the men. What a douche

Speaker 2 (18:16):

<laugh>. He should have paid a much less, is that what you’re saying?

Sevan Matossian (18:20):

Uh, no. Yeah. Um, he here and, and what’s, what’s crazy, what’s so cool about CrossFit too is just like, just imagine in 2024, if Tia does come back, let’s say Ma O’Brien wins the games this year, CrossFit games, and then TA comes back in 2024, we will have the, it will be the biggest thing ever in the sport. I, I think by far it’ll be the coolest thing ever. So I mean, yeah. The, the, the it, yeah. I mean, it’s the same with women’s gymnastics, right? I mean, it torches men’s gymnastics in terms of financing. Title IX didn’t apply to men’s gymnastics. For some reason. They got rid of men’s gymnastics all over the country in colleges. But women’s gymnastics is thriving. It’s bizarre shit.

Speaker 2 (19:00):

Why do you think that is?

Sevan Matossian (19:01):

It’s just a one-way street. It’s, it’s the same thing. It’s exactly that same thing where you can hire someone, you can put an ad on Lincoln saying, I’m looking for a black woman who’s a lesbian. But then if you, but, but if you saw a black woman who’s a lesbian and you met her, and she’s like, yeah, I’m the, um, district manager at McDonald’s. And if you said to her, Hey, did they hire you because you’re black? Someone might think that that’s racist. Well, whether it’s racist or not, it doesn’t matter. At that point, we’ve already established that that’s one of the criteria for why people are hired. And so it’s, we just live in Bazaro world. We live in completely. Oh, for sure. Everyone want for sure. We live in just li people just want everyone to lie to themselves. By the way, I just saw one of the, uh, 49 er, uh, players has been banned from Australia. So for all of you who are a

Speaker 2 (19:52):

Fannick, is it

Sevan Matossian (19:53):

For those of you who are a fan of that particular 49ers? I am, uh, I apologize.

Speaker 2 (19:59):

Oh man. Can you not say who it is?

Sevan Matossian (20:01):

No. I’m, I’m taking off until July. I’m, I’m giving any specifics around the 49ers.

Speaker 2 (20:08):

Oh, yeah. Yeah. I don’t even know where to get medical help anymore. I mean, now that you Oh,

Sevan Matossian (20:11):


Speaker 2 (20:12):

Careful what to do. Careful. Oh, I mean, uh, uh, I don’t know what to say now. So, <laugh> careful all man. I appreciate your time. I’m actually watching Windows. So when you buy a house Yes. Um, in, uh, New Hampshire off one of Osa down the street from visit Brittany Spears. Yes. Call, uh, give us a call.

Sevan Matossian (20:27):

And what’s the name of company

Speaker 2 (20:28):

Windows Scrub Coast? It’s, uh, streak free or Die Window cleaning

Sevan Matossian (20:33):

Streak for your Die. You know, one of the things I do is I have a, uh, I have some properties. And what I like to do is, um, once a year, I, you did once a year, I, I have someone go in and take, uh, the screens off of all the windows in the house and clean the windows for my tenants and clean all the screens and all the windowsills. They fucking love that. And I remember when I used to do, have that done at the house I live in now, I can’t even afford it at my own house. Um, that is such a good feeling, having your windows cleaned and your screens cleaned. Oh,

Speaker 2 (21:01):

I love it. Yeah. I love it. It’s awesome. Um, you know what, I figured you were in real estate. Cause I was like, crunching numbers. I’m like, there’s no way he’s living a good lifestyle. Uh, off YouTube, you know, the podcast. I mean, you don’t have to tell what you make or anything, but I’m like, this dude has to be into real estate. He has to have some investments, but some passive income coming in. Cause uh,

Sevan Matossian (21:25):

Lots of, lots of, I know of lots of passive income.

Speaker 2 (21:29):

Well, I guess, I don’t know if it’s passive, but Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (21:32):

Meaning my wife does everything, meaning my wife does everything

Speaker 2 (21:36):

<laugh>. There you go. So, all right, bro, thank you for your time. Okay.

Sevan Matossian (21:41):

Peace and love.

Speaker 2 (21:42):


Sevan Matossian (21:44):

Settle down, everyone. Uh, no. I’m, I’m not, I’m definitely not rolling in it. Let me tell you. Everyone give a dollar. I ain’t rolling in nothing. If everyone gives a dollar, I’ll be rolling in something. Okay. So Elon doesn’t like, um, sterilization to kids. I, I, I think that makes him, I think that’s some leadership talk. I think that’s cool. On the other hand, if you just think about that, there’s people who wanna sterilize kids, it’s absolutely terrifying. I, I, I, uh, 12 daily doses, uh, that was, uh, root canal call worthy. I don’t know. I need, I needed that. He helped me work through some shit.


He helped me, uh, work through that shit. Unfortunately, the thing about my memory is, um, 90% true. I have a horrible, uh, memory. And, and, uh, 90% of the time people think I’m faking it. I am. Absolutely not. But I, I, whatever do, do, do say what you want. Do, do. Dodo gaga. Now I’m gonna show you a prank. Now showing you this prank, I, I thought the, I think this is a very wholesome, uh, thank you. Thank you, Heidi for 70 Roland. Thank you. I appreciate it. Listen, I’ll, I’ll give you an idea of how, how, how much money I have or, or how I live my life. I, I bought some clippers the other day and, and the clippers are only like, I don’t know, they were like $34 or $24, I can’t remember. And, and, and I spent too much to 30 minutes looking for one. And, and, and price was a huge factor.


And I got slapped around a little bit for buying new stuff and bringing into the house. So, but back in the day, I probably would’ve like, bought like three, three, kept the one I liked and given two away. Uh, Jessica seat, 99 cents. Thank you. My wife also takes care of me, and she has red hair. It’s a theme in my life. Redhead’s, taking care of me. Jodi Lynn. Wow. This is another theme in my life. Women taking care of me. Look at this. Jodi Lynn, $1. This feels good. I feel, feel like I’m 14 years old again and my mom just gave me my allowance.


Okay, here, where, where are, okay, so, so I, I like this. Um, I like this. I like this pr I don’t know how the money works. I’m always tripped that like, one person gave a dollar and the other person gave 99 cents. I, I wonder how that works. Do you have to type that in or are they choices? Default choices. Oh my goodness. All the kids private lessons must cost a bomb. Great way to spend money if you have it. Yeah. So it’s crazy. This lady, I told this story before, about a year and a half ago. I came in through the back gate of the tennis club that my kids go to through the back gate. You know why I come through the back gate? You all know, because the front gate, they have all these covid restrictions. Oh, darn it. I’m not supposed to say that word.


Show some discipline. Se I’ve come in through the back gate and I sneak onto the property because at the front gate, they’re like, Hey, you need to wear this on your face. You need to sign this waiver and all this bullshit. So I I, I come in through the back gate and my kids jump over the fence, and then they open the gate for me. And I come in and this lady says to me, stops this snooty lady. And you have to understand, tennis people suck, suck. She says, you’re not a member here, are you? I said, I’m absolutely not. And she rolls her eyes and walks away. I go, ma’am? She says, she turns around. I said, uh, your membership is $300 a month at this club. And I spend $1,600 a month in private lessons. So, uh, you know what? I am, I’m the guy who subsidizes this fucking club. Is that the first time I said, fuck today, cracker on her head. Uh, Jeff Beko, dollar 99. Thank you, Josh Doyle. Uh, two pounds. Wow. Look at your arms. Look at those shoulders. Juice. Juice. 12 daily doses. Now, this guy is rich. Love this group. Even though I’m the outlier, all we ask is that you tell the truth. How much does it cost to get a wrench? A 13 cents.


There’s not even a need for a wrench, Michael. There’s not even a need for wrenches in here, I don’t think. Okay. I I love this prank. I think it’s clean. I think it’s sweet. I think it’s a little, uh, devious. Um, but the execution is so, so poor, so poor. Uh, okay, here we go. Uh, so this is a guy, um, he gets a pair of apple, uh, AirPods from this lady and, and says, Hey, can I pay up front? And she says, yes. Is the audio working? I can’t hear it. Do you guys hear it? Oh, shit.

Speaker 3 (26:52):

Oh, excuse me, ma’am. Yes. What? Do you mind being a video? No, that’d be fine. All right. So, uh, pick a number between one and 10. Let’s say seven. Seven. Well, let’s do Lucky Day. You just won brand new AirPod Pros. Wow, you’re kidding me. Really? Yeah. Yeah. Why you won Nothing. You won. How come you win? Have a good one. Have a good one. Thank

Speaker 4 (27:16):


Sevan Matossian (27:22):

See, see how that works? You give someone in the store something for free and then they walk out and it sets the alarm off. It’s, it’s, I like it. It’s clean, but it’s still a little devious. It’s like, ooh, you’re playing with people’s emotions. No one gets hurt. But the something with the execution was horrible. I didn’t like it. Uh, so I’ve execution. Poor prank level cleanliness tent. Oh, you think that’s fake even You think that whole thing is fake. Come on. Yeah. Like Philip Kelly brings up a good point. If that’s California, you can just take those. You some, some of you think he’s joking. Isn’t that weird? Some of you think he’s joking. It is so weird that some of you think that he’s joking. And California, you can go in and you can just take those. That’s, uh, a hundred percent accurate.


It’s awesome that some of you think is joking. And you ask why we live in California. Cuz you can just take anything you want for free. We have a killer reparations program here. Okay? Back to sex. If, if, if those, those q t plus people that claim that they all stick together, which we, we clearly know that they don’t. And that’s bullshit. We know that there’s plenty of, uh, gay dudes and, and lesbians who aren’t down with the, with the, with the tranies. Not that they’re not down with the trannys. Yeah, they’re not down with the TRAs. But, but here’s the thing. You know how you’ll see some clips that say basically, uh, if a straight man doesn’t wanna go out with a man who’s transitioned to a, into a woman, that that makes him transphobic.


That for some reason, if you’re a dude and you’re not interested in having sex with a dude who’s now pretending to be a woman, you’re transphobic. It’s crazy. Crazy. Well, but what if I never, I can’t believe, I never even thought of this. What if you’re a lesbian and there’s a dude who switched to a girl? Would, would you want to hook up with if you were a lesbian? Would you want to hook up with that dude? Fuck no. Think about that. You’re a, a lesbian. You love women, but now somehow you’re transphobic because you don’t wanna hook up with a dude who’s pretending to be a woman. And, and I just like, this lady’s great by the way. Mag Gay 45. I like her. She’s great. Follow her account. Here we go. Uh, action. It.

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