David Pan (00:00):

Hear me? I can

Sevan Matossian (00:01):

Hear you. Great.

David Pan (00:04):

All right. Thanks so much. Thanks.

Sevan Matossian (00:07):

Yeah, thank you. This is, it’s a live show. It’s a cantankerous audience. I will keep them under control. Since we have such a great guest on this morning, I saw your up at the uc Regents and I myself have gone through a similar journey, which I think is what my audience enjoys. You have a much more sober approach. I think you are extremely articulate, and I’m very curious about your journey in sort of making the change in perspective from where I think you came from, from the little bit I was able to find about you to where you are today, to where you’re making the bold steps to make these statements you’re making, especially while you work in the high, oh, you can’t hear me? Can you not hear me?

David Pan (01:08):

Yeah. Somehow you cut out for a second, but

Sevan Matossian (01:11):

We’re back. I think your internet connection might be a little choppy because your picture’s a little grainy.

David Pan (01:17):


Sevan Matossian (01:20):

Are you near a router?

David Pan (01:22):

Yeah. It’s a little complicated. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (01:37):

I’m unable to hear you. I think you have a really bad connection. David, is there anywhere else you could possibly go

David Pan (01:49):

For a second here? Okay,

Sevan Matossian (01:51):

Sure. Take your time. Take your time.

David Pan (01:55):

I got a bunch of house guests here, so

Sevan Matossian (02:04):

You’ve retreated to the basement. I didn’t even know, or the attic. I didn’t even know they had basins in California. The garage. Oh, that’s better. That’s better.

David Pan (02:28):

That’s better, huh? I think that’s better. Yeah,

Sevan Matossian (02:31):

Just a 90 degree shift.

David Pan (02:34):

Sorry about

Sevan Matossian (02:34):

That. Oh, no, that’s not better. Darn it. Darn it. Darn it. Darn it. I don’t think it is better. Yeah, I don’t think it is better. I got excited. No, it’s pretty bad. It’s choppy. We’re about three frames per second.

David Pan (03:03):

It’s still bad.

Sevan Matossian (03:08):

Maybe even a phone. I don’t know. Sometimes a phone can be better.

David Pan (03:13):

Oh, really? I think it’s just internet connection’s bad for there. I can set up my patient hotspot for you. Oh, okay.

Sevan Matossian (03:31):

Okay. You want to log back in with her? You want to log back in with the hotspot?

David Pan (03:37):

Yeah. Okay. We’re going to, yeah,

Sevan Matossian (03:41):

I’ll push you out right now and then, sorry, this you can log back in with the hotspot. No, not a problem at all. Not a problem. Okay. I’m going to remove you from the show, and then you just come in with the hotspot when you’re ready. All right. Thanks brother. Listen, dingdong. David, where’s David’s comment? You look old. These are my old glasses. These are my, I got an important guest. These are my, I have either hunter or black guests on, and these are just my normal glasses. I mean, I have a hundred pair of glasses, but I got a lot of different looks, buddy. You know that? Yeah. I’m supposed to look old. Supposed to look old today. I’m talking to the German professor from uc. Irvine can’t just be looking like a regular dingdong that you guys see every morning. Vitor. What’s up dude? Blade. Hey, the red emblem is going to gain seven. A whole lot of members. The red emblem, the red, I don’t even know what that is. Alright, doorway. Pull up bar. Did you see it? Yeah. That’s nice. Okay, I’ll write that down. I’ll comment on that. That’s good. And I saw surfboards doorway. Pull up bar. You guys are going to dig this dude. Surfboards.


We will take it. He is running for the, oh, he is running for Congress in California and homeboy flipped a script. I think he was a democrat and he had a great up. Maybe I’ll play you guys the up now. Here. Lemme play you guys this up now that he did. This is at the regents of University of California to urge them to eliminate the University of California Diversity program. So he said this in public. Here we go. Let’s play this. Here we go. You’re going to have to read it. The audio’s horrible. Here we go,

Speaker 3 (05:58):

Irvine. And I’m here to urge you to investigate or, and hopefully eliminate the diversity, equity, and inclusion programs.

Sevan Matossian (06:05):

He wants to investigate or eliminate the diversity, equity and inclusion program at the University of California. University of

Speaker 3 (06:10):

California. Let me give you an example of how they function to create discrimination and undermine academic

Sevan Matossian (06:19):

Excellence. They undermine academic excellence and encourage discrimination is what he’s saying.

Speaker 3 (06:24):

I was recently connected with a search committee in which we had three shortlisted candidates, the equity advisor as a condition of allowing our search to continue in, insisted that we include another candidate from farther down the list.

Sevan Matossian (06:38):

They were doing. Sounds like a hiring, and they had three candidates who were the top candidates. And somebody insisted. One of the bosses insisted that they include a candidate from further down the list

Speaker 3 (06:51):

Who was part of either black Hispanic women

Sevan Matossian (06:55):

Who was either black, Hispanic or woman. Because for some reason it was important to add those. Oh, here, I think we might have David back. Here we go. David. Hi. Okay, so far so good.

David Pan (07:08):

Hi, this better?

Sevan Matossian (07:11):

Yeah. Yeah. Sounds better. All right. Thank you. Was that one of your kids?

David Pan (07:18):

Sorry about that. Oh, its my sister. I got a bunch of house guests. Both my sisters are,

Sevan Matossian (07:27):

Oh no, it’s not better

David Pan (07:28):

Staying with me.

Sevan Matossian (07:29):

I don’t know. Full

David Pan (07:30):


Sevan Matossian (07:32):

Awesome. Hey, is that a pull-up bar over your upper pull? Yeah, it’s a little shaky. We’ll try. Is that a pull-up bar right there?

David Pan (07:44):

There is a pull-up bar. Yeah. I don’t know if you’re seeing it. Yeah, there’s a pull-up bar in the, it’s over there though. I don’t think you see it. I’m not sure what you’re seeing.

Sevan Matossian (07:53):

Maybe when you spun the computer around, someone saw your pull-up bar, but they were definitely approving Everyone in my audience loves a pull-up bar. I love a pull-up bar. It’s a good sign. Good indication. You’re a good guy.

David Pan (08:08):


Sevan Matossian (08:09):

It is. I’m telling you. It is. It is. It’s not a fact, but it’s a correlate. It’s a strong correlate. I see

David Pan (08:17):

David. Oh, see, okay. All right. Yeah, I love,

Sevan Matossian (08:24):

You’re born in Taiwan and then you come to this country. Can you take me back to there when you came, how old you were?

David Pan (08:34):

Oh man. I don’t know what’s going on. So yeah, you cut out for a second. Yeah.

Sevan Matossian (08:40):

I can’t hear. Born in Chicago.

David Pan (08:41):

Actually. My parents are from Taiwan.

Sevan Matossian (08:44):

Okay, so you’re born in the States and then the connection is really bad. Hey, let me ask you this. Could we reschedule so were in a better location with better internet? I think this is important for people to hear your story.

David Pan (09:06):


Sevan Matossian (09:09):

I could have Matt get, I’m really this with you and re I’m really That’s okay. It happens. You’re not the first guest that this has happened with. Rappers like to do their interviews from cars where there’s really bad internet. Shall I have Matt reach out to you and we’ll reschedule?

David Pan (09:27):

Sure. Let’s reschedule. So I don’t, okay.

Sevan Matossian (09:30):

Okay. No problem. Don’t stress at all. Don’t stress at all. Sorry, this. No, it’s okay. Enjoy your family. I know it’s the day after Christmas and we’ll reschedule with you, brother.

David Pan (09:41):

Okay, great. Okay. Ciao. Thanks so much.

Sevan Matossian (09:43):

Yep, no problem. Alright, take

David Pan (09:44):


Sevan Matossian (09:46):

Well, shit. Hello. Welcome to the Sev on podcast. How can I help you? Damn, I was ready for this full steam ahead. He’s a cool dude, man. He was a democrat and now he’s like, yo, what’s going on? The three platforms he’s running on, just so you know, and we’ll have him back. But I got to tell you, the three main topics are inflation, public schools and public safety. Inflation. Inflation. Public schools. Public schools and public safety. Those are like, you got my vote, Tyler. He seems really cool. Yeah, he’s cool as shit. He’s mellow. He’s sober as he is a sober man. What are we going to do now? Oh, oh, I’m glad you asked Mr. Birchfield. Birch Feld, Birch Felder apostle to Josh Bridges, the Josh Bridges apostle. Send Blade a link and we can talk to him. Judy Reed a bummer. He reminds me of my dad trying to FaceTime with us. Racist. You can always just throw episode one behind the scenes up and we can watch together. Hey, you know guys know Mike Sauer has now seen, he’s now seen an episode of the Behind the Scenes that I haven’t seen. Crazy. Right? Here’s something else. This is getting me fired. Wait, I’ve already been fired. Mike saw the episode before Dave saw the episode. How about that?


I was thinking today when I was in the shower about the Open, I was like, yeah, I’m doing the Open. And then I was like, why am I doing the open? I’m doing the Open because my boy Dave’s in charge of the games and I’m supporting Dave. I think that’s, there’s other reasons too, but I was getting kind of nervous today as I picked up the bar of soap. I bent over to pick up the, and I felt my back kind of give me a little sense of electricity down into my buttocks and I was like, oh shit, the open’s going to be hard. Why am I doing that? And I was like, you know what? Because for Dave Wa zombie. Dang, I wanted to hear Pan too. Dude, he’s awesome. He’s going to tear shit up, man. He speaks so sober on it and he’s so clean in his presentation regarding discrimination.


And here’s what else is weird. I know a lot of you guys think I’m batshit crazy for this, but he thinks that he’s kind of like me. He thinks that the left actually thinks that they just don’t know how to think in their unconscious. Well, I think that they don’t know how to think in their unconscious, but since we both come from the left, we both kind of have this feeling like, oh no, they want to do the right thing. He’s still like, they just don’t have it. We all want the same thing. We don’t want racism. Rosa is, I’m getting more and more understanding. No, wait a second. The left just hates fucking black people. But he’s not there yet. And so I’m hoping he’s right. I’m hoping he’s more like, Hey, we all want the same thing and this is the path forward and that discrimination is not the way and racism is not the way to get rid of racism. So he’s kind of more on that noble path than I am. And so maybe he can bring me back to that. I bet two wasn’t letting him be on. Well, he’s in the basement. Did you hear what he said? He had a, I guess it’s Christmas time, so he’s got tons of people over those glasses add 15 years. Yeah,


I’m back. I’ll leave these here for the next time. He’s on. These are nice though. These are actually refurbished. The guy who made these for me died. This is actually silver from, I don’t know, whenever silver was around. When you guys do a double under, do you guys on that first go, do you just start with one and then start doing ’em like a single and then a double? Or do you just start away? Just straight double? Anyone? Mike Sauer. Hi. I want to watch the behind the scenes so bad.


What’s funny is, so I was talking with Sus last night, and I think what we’re going to do is we’re going to release two a week for the first seven weeks and then a week before the open, we’re just going to release them all for free. So the first releases will just be for members only, and then after that we’ll just release the whole thing and that’ll be the week before the open for just a mass promotion for the open. But because of that release, there might only be like 200 people who see it. I don’t know anyone who’s ever really bought anything on YouTube. And so I don’t even know if people know how to buy stuff on YouTube. And since we’re not putting it on Netflix or Apple, it might just be like just you guys see it. Just some people here who want to pay the 20 bucks to see it.


But that’s where we’re at. We have a Sistas group in the open. Yeah, I should probably join that too so everyone can say they beat me. Noble Path. What’s that? I’m hearing some interesting shit about Noble this morning. They’re very interesting. All right, I’m seeing all these names in green now and I’m feeling this obligation that I got to read them. Oh, I said I was on the Oh, noble Path. Noble. Oh, noble. Got it. Okay, here we go. Here we go. Let’s just straight. Let’s just start the morning with some just straight misogyny. Is this misogyny or is this facts? You decide? Here we go.

Speaker 4 (15:55):

A hundred thousand women went on strike today. In is men gender equality. The entire population is 370,000. So over 25% of the population went on strike. And I have some crazy news for you. The economy did not come to a stop and it continued as normal. The only memo I got was that HR departments were getting no complaints for the 24 hours that the women were on strike and men were writing that. They were really sorry, women didn’t get gender equality, but I heard one CEO said it was nice to finally get some shit done. So a hundred thousand women went on strike today and I saw the man gender equality.

Sevan Matossian (16:34):

I wonder what that looks like. I wonder what HR reports look like. The proportion. I’d love to see that. Women to men ethnicities, gay men to straight men, gay women to, I’d love to see that. I’d love to see that. Eric Weiss. What’s up buddy? How are you? Good to see you. Nice jacket. One of my kids’ friends, their parents are head of HR in a big, big ass company. It’s a man. I just don’t see that as a man’s job. Do you guys see that as a man’s job to listen to people? Bitch. I mean, there’s some men who would be good at it. I’d be fucking amazing at it, but I got a little bit of that in me. Oh, so it is true. Okay. Alright. I’m having two conversation at once. I’m having a private conversation over on my text set. I’m fighting with someone this morning. I fight a lot with my friends. Whitney, join Noble Community on Facebook. Lots of buy and sell in there. Oh, gross. Eric Weiss Morning. Seven members since day two. I’d love to know the ratio. I’d love to know the ratio, the demographics of those who complain. You think that there’s something there. What you’re about to see is a picture from a camera inside the Capitol building on January 6th. This woman, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who’s married to a chub version of a guy who looks like Hunter McIntyre, looks like a donut eating version of Hunter McIntyre, who is wealthy as fuck tech guy.


She was not in the building, and yet she has a lot of strong opinions about what was going on in the building. So below you’re going to see five police officers standing there as the protestors march by and then above you’re going to see and hear this a OC lady. That’s what they call her affectionately call her a OC. I think it’s affectionate her take on what happened that day. Some people call this an insurrection. Can you imagine not starting guns or a fire to insurrection?

Speaker 5 (19:36):

One of the reasons why that impact was so doubled that day is because of half of the misogyny and the racism that is so deeply rooted.

Sevan Matossian (19:48):

Oh, sorry. There’s 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 cops and two of the cops are escorting the crowd through the capitol who are walking annoyingly slow. It looks nothing like a riot. And yet this chick is saying that there was misogyny and racism in the crowd.

Speaker 5 (20:07):


Sevan Matossian (20:08):

Animated misogyny and racism on

Speaker 5 (20:11):

Attack on the capitol,

Sevan Matossian (20:13):

On the attack at the Capitol. This is the United States capitol in dc. I wish if you guys can’t see this, you really need to see this

Speaker 5 (20:19):

In a white supremacy and patriarchy are very linked in a lot of ways. There’s a lot of sexualizing of that violence.

Sevan Matossian (20:30):

So there was white supremacy and some other stuff, and there was sexualizing of the violence. I don’t even know what that means. Sexualizing of the violence or was the violence sexualized?

Speaker 5 (20:41):

And I didn’t think that I was just going to be killed. I thought other things were going to happen to me as well.

Speaker 6 (20:49):

So what sounds like what you’re telling me right now is that you didn’t only think that you were going to die. You thought you were going to be

Speaker 7 (20:55):

Raped. Yeah, I thought I was.

Sevan Matossian (21:01):

Oh, did you see her tell how she turned her mouth to the side? Her lie, her lie. Tell she’s the second most embarrassing member of the government. She wasn’t even there. She was two blocks away in a building called the Ed Perlmutter and the Cannon House office building. They have underground pathway, so she probably went over there. Amazing.


And then there’s some old lady, the first comment says men vote for her because of her looks, not just her looks. She got a good body too. And then someone wrote, Hey, I don’t like a OC at all. But yeah, those picks don’t tell the truth about the day. Come on, my brothers. We know some of you went too far. Yeah, I mean that’s everywhere in the nicest restaurant in the world. Someone’s peeing on the floor in the bathroom. Of course there’s some people who went too far, but basically it looks like she was told to just say a bunch of words. White supremacy, some other words. Misogyny. Sorry, I’m fighting with my friend again. If she can get elected, David Pan for sure can get, I mean, he’s got to be 300 times as smart as her. I wanted to let you guys know this. This is an important piece of information too. If you overeat on a regular basis, this is true what I’m about to tell you. Listen, if you overeat on a regular basis, you’ll die early. You’ll die prematurely. You’ll not live out a life as long as you could if you ate the right amounts. That is true. There’s not a lot of things that are true. That’s one of them.

Speaker 8 (23:32):

Usually the fattest person in the room join me on my Fat Positive radio show. It’s a

Speaker 9 (23:37):

Great show. I highly recommend. Oh, nevermind. She actually died. I wonder

Sevan Matossian (23:41):


Speaker 10 (23:41):

Just because I’m fat. That doesn’t invalidate the things that I say. She’s,

Speaker 9 (23:45):

She’s also sadly dead. I say sadly because towards the end of her life, she was actually trying to make a difference.

Speaker 11 (23:50):

I ruined my life with food binge eating and lack of self-care. And I’m hoping that it’s not too late for me this time,

Speaker 9 (24:04):

But realized it was too late. I got this sandwiches from four different fast food restaurants. Who has the best one? He’s dead at 30. Free

Speaker 12 (24:09):

Society makes you hate yourself if you don’t look a certain way. And I’m damn determined to change

Speaker 9 (24:16):

That. Yeah, she’s also dead at 37. I’m starting to see a correlation here that acceptance needs to stop now that these body positive influences are dying and people are realizing how stupid it is to accept it. You just got to work out and eat less. It’s pretty simple. You highly likely don’t have a disease or disorder. You’re just lazy. And

Speaker 11 (24:32):

I’m usually the fat.

Sevan Matossian (24:34):

Alright, there you go. Don’t overeat. You’ll end up dead. The real Kevin, I comment on Zach Lander’s videos in Sporty Beth with Avon’s call-in numbers to try to get them to call in Sporty. Beth called in yesterday. Did you hear it? That was crazy.


That nose ring on that girl was actually a horseshoe, says Eric Weiss. Wow. Jessica Valenzuela. Yes. And they took the injection also. Yeah, for sure. A hundred percent. I know you guys are like, Hey, we don’t really want to see obese people. We want to see more of a OC. She’s so hot. Fine, fine. More A OC then I know what you guys want. You guys saw this yesterday. Let’s bring it back again. These are two guys robbing. I don’t know what they’re robbing. I swear to God, those clothes look like they’re wrapped in plastic. So I think it’s a dry cleaner. But here we go. These boys are robbing this store because their family’s hungry. Here we go.

Speaker 13 (25:52):

And so they go out and they need to feed their child and they don’t have money. They’re put in a position where they feel like they either need to shoplift some bread or go hungry that night. So they go out and they need to feed their child and they don’t have money. They’re put in a position where they feel like they either need to shoplift some bread or go hungry

Sevan Matossian (26:13):

That night. And that’s the David Pan thing, man. Public safety food is a human right. I don’t even know what that means. No, it’s not. I don’t even know what that means. And if it is a human right, taking a whole rack of clothes is not going to get you to food. How are they defending that kind of shit? I’m just cruising. I’m just cruising.


Well, who can name the guy last week who had anal sex in the Capitol building in dc? Anyone for a thousand dollars? Who can name him? Congressional staffer. The congressional staffer who appeared in a gay pornographic video filmed in a Senate hearing room has been fired. Senator Ben Cardin’s office released a statement Saturday that Aiden must say KY is no longer employed by the US Senate. He’ll have no further comment on this personal manner. The statement read the graphic video that led to the firing first released in a bombshell report from the daily caller sent shockwaves throughout Washington.


And if you can’t see, it’s a guy who’s on all four on one of the Senate hearing tables with his anus pointed at the camera. Dude, they were having anal sex. I’m going to Google this guy’s fucking name. Aiden. That is just fucking unreal, isn’t it? Senate staffer fired over explicit video. Senator. Lemme see if I can find images of this guy. Oh shit. You guys want to see this dude? Oh, oh shit. They got it. Here he is. Right here. Here we go. Wow. Yeah, no surprise. So I guess this guy was taking it in the dumper in one of the hearing rooms. Aiden Masay, chair, chair. I dunno what his last name is. I dunno what that is. Well, look it. He’s got his mom and his dad’s last name. That’s always a bad sign. Sorry. I know I have friends who’ve given their kids both last names, but that’s a bad sign aid. And a 24-year-old legislative aide working for the US Senate has been dismissed from his position following allegations of filming explicit content. Filming or taking it. Oh shit. Here’s the video. Well fuck, let’s go. Here we go. Wow, guys. Holy shit.


That’s insane. You think I get in trouble for that here? Full screen. Wow. Hey, if you just felt movement in your pants, you’re gay. The incident came to light when Masse was accused of sharing an explicit video of himself engaged in sexual activity with another man on public X account. The video approximately eight seconds long, reportedly took place in the same room where Supreme Court nominees are interviewed. And where former FBI Director James Coy testified about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential.

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