- February 22, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Thursday Feb 22 (Ep 28) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett.
We weren’t in the same room for this episode and Tommy recorded straight from his mac, so it sounds like he’s recorded on a potato.
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It is the daily talk show everyone.
Well, I'm Tommy kind of. It's sneaking the daily talk show into one day because we're.
We're about to miss the day. If we don't do this in the next hour, 15 minutes, you sound like a potato because
your children recording on your internal mic and you Mac Yes.
And you say and clear.
Yeah, I sound fine. Normal
fact up my tongue. I've got like a blister on it. Like in multiple. I don't know what the fact and what I reckon it could be from this like, hot meet thing. And I was eating today.
What? What was that? What were you eating like this been like, almost like a
mix was like a burrito mix. That it was frozen than I really hated it. And I reckon I burnt the fact out of my tongue in multiple spots. I feel like feel like you can't talk. Probably
when we recorded a podcast early this morning. I was in Sydney at the time you were in Melbourne. Now. We're currently both in Melbourne, in
different homes. You're in your car, the fucking the technical shit didn't work, which is very upsetting. Because I was very excited about this opportunity opportunity. Because I can play like with this software we're using to record remotely, I can do things like
on the fix. If you find like, I've got my Tish
mate When have you never had any fucking tech what's been the biggest technical issue you've ever had just they might go nowhere. You might have nothing other than this
in radio. There's, it's it's horrible. Because it's like you're getting paid to do that. And those mornings we got in and working the regional radio that there's like, no one no technical people in it at 4am. And so we would literally get there. And the the panel the thing that runs the audio through out to the the signal the aerial was fact it just wouldn't work.
And so we had to go into another studio and then that wouldn't work. It was just a fucking nightmare. And I fucking weird I get like super hot if something's not working. Or if I fuck something up. Even today. I just had a micro moment where I was like, filming something. And then I'm like, I realized I didn't button on I wasn't recording. It wasn't a big deal because it was just one of those quick moments. But that shoots disaster when that sort of thing happened.
Well, this is like a to do something every weekday. We've still got two days that we can just relax
due to a pumping out
a vlog a day for over a year for two years. You know, have you seen that guy, Ben Brown, who I mean, you've logged for, like, 400 days, something straight. So making a video day it would literally take up to 10 hours every day of your life for for for he and I don't think there's any correlation. Actually. Maybe there is. He's got Bell's palsy. Have you seen what is that?
So you know, what's his
name? Had it Sam Newman had this and it's where your your face half of your face the muscles basically don't activate. So he's half of his face looks droopy. But wasn't Sam humans want was was he really? Was that really an issue? Or was he I always just assume that he'd had heaps of cosmetic surgery. He said that too. But no, he had Bell's Palsy as well. Which
half of his face was sort of drooping. Anyway, this guy, Ben Brown, and he made this video talking about it. And he basically if you were to try to look in the mirror and talk and then have half your mouth. It's almost like he's talking like he was talking like this. It's amazing. And he was saying that he woke up one morning, and he have his shysters working, and if I can share himself went to the doctor and they said he got Bell's palsy. You know the muscle start activating and you should have it back within three months. But fact that he said it's stress related.
And so yours you can make thing he's daily vlog with maybe maybe like with a two separate stories. Have you done a bit of a man? Yeah,
well, he's, he's been very stressed. I'm feeling for Ben and then he's uh. Yeah, you got Bell's Palsy out of it now but
you know what
he says main stress anyway, I was connecting this stress fullness of actually wanted to talk about how fucking committing to something is super hard. is it's super uncomfortable
doing I don't think it's just committing to something. I think doing something is with two individuals who live two different lives is fucking next level hard, right?
I don't. If I was to do this by myself, I wouldn't have done it today. if they'll shoot going on. Yes, I'd be like, fuck it.
Yeah. And that's that's the thing, right? Like, I think that way, like, we're getting a bit fucking I was getting a bit antsy before and getting pissed off. Because I I do feel a commitment. And I do want to get it done. And I want it and
sometimes it gets hard, right? And you just want things to fucking work as well.
Just want to take a quick story today. I don't know. I might have mentioned this to my friend who had he's cast stolen. And when I say can I say Chi, it was a mini Moak.
You know many markets
so picture like a fanboy. Who will probably see all these top person.
Like he's a fun person. You fanboy
a bit. Like when I say fanboy. I mean, like top off kind of jock just gone down to the bottle shop in these little mini mark which is basically a tiny little car that's like a convertible that almost looks like a buggy that you driving on the roads. It looks without your car telling you to put your Save button on my phone. Email came through a mini mogul you just have to Google it's like it's like. It's like not even a car. It looks like a buggy, which I think it is
just anyway. These are like collectors cars. And you can buy them maybe like 10 grand years ago. People by the beach houses and so there's you can just cruise around the summer down to like the shops get food. I know there's heaps in Sorento in this data, Sam down in lawn anyway, so he had his that he decked out because he was a person I'm trying to that with speakers and like branding on it, and he had it at the front of his joint and it got stolen. This was like 12 years ago.
Yeah, he got a call from the cops saying we found it and so he was talking with this guy trying to with the owner and the owner didn't obviously steel he wasn't the criminal the owner bought it off gum tree maybe like a few years ago. And so there's no receipts is no records he just bought it and transferred ownership to him. And he paid I think it was like 10 grand or something then when spend a whole bunch of money so this thing's worth like 20 over $25,000 now I think in fact what happens in that situation dude like what's it sound like if that's your car and in someone and you find out someone's got it
what you like what you're gonna back well
here's the thing you went to court and he went in front of a judge day because because he couldn't work this out with the current owner or the guy who has it the guy was like now I'm not going to give it to you and he's like, fuck I want my callback I'll give you sites I'll give you I'll give you $7,000 and you act like yeah so he's actually saying you'd buy it back off this guy and where the cost of us because it was in better condition now because this guy dumped the home pages anyway he he fucking the judge awarded to the other dude why well because the judge said that he had gone through all of the you know he done the right thing this guy who bought through gantry he actually got formed it said that it would be that the ownership had been transferred to him but
all vehicles have serial numbers that traced back to the owner and so that still traced back to to my friend but the judge said for some reason and this is why he's been on back in three A w Neil Mitchell he's been on all the Breakfast Show is talking about this because you think that it's his car. But here's the thing so that would be like me coming to steal your fucking Mazda Mazda two or three or whatever it is
3930 sorry. I knew there was a three they're still you he under 3010 years later I fucking sell it to some other blog and then you find out that I've got it and you can't get it back. So literally the court system is meant this dude can't get his own car back
was there any consideration on whether you might had claimed insurance on it already
time others and which is able to go to pay out and then the insurance company would have dealt with it. Which is why he got roped into going to court to fight for his own car.
Fuck crazy. I was just looking the mini mark and it reminds
me Mike sorry mark. It looks like more cut chocolate and Minnie Mouse it looks like and I've just been fucking racking my brain trying to remember remember that show as well. Kids was like a yellow car and it would fucking move like I think when people went to sleep and stuff away capital flocking around it had creepy fucking what was it cold? Do you remember?
I can remember that.
I literally like I was definitely listening to your story. But I was also typing in googling, talking calm
and it's I've got nothing. This is
what you do when you're on the phone to your girlfriend. You're focusing on YouTube or doing something I get so distracted on in that way on a phone call. Yeah, by searching online Can you multitask? Do you think there's no no no no many people who can was listening to a podcast the Kevin Rose the guy who founded dig he's got a podcast
just called the Kevin Rose show and he had a guy on that
is like a bio hacker like he gets into like doing things for his body to get the most out of it. And he basically I mean it's a pretty funny idea of a bio hack but it's um what it would have people go on when it's not Ritalin but something like that
yeah like ADHD but there's
there's another one fact what is it called D account anyway
he was on I've just got fucking someone sent me quite video shoot Melbourne quite request sending it 13 minutes ago mates fucking 1045
I was going to get distracted the and I can now say that I can two things at once. I literally went from talking to you to somehow fucking reading this email
disaster. Anyway, he was talking about the
he basically went on this add fucking medication for sort of semi faked that he had add to be able to get it and he says these concentration ease it was phenomenal. Like he was able to complete tasks and just work really effectively. But I'm fucking scared of that. I don't think I'd ever even when I probably do have add the idea of taking something scares the heck out of me. Do you? Did you get caught? Did the teacher say you had a day in school? Mommy would threaten me. I think I've told you this before. Yeah, mom would threaten me with that she was going to take me to the doctors and they were gonna, you know, medicate me day, which is sort of a fucked up thing to say, isn't it? No wonder I want to take penicillin sheets. I used to get told my mom used to get told by the teachers at school that I had a day and then I needed to go and get help. It's like, Fuck, man. It's
such a it's a coping mechanism for people to add a Rob was the one that I think you know, it's the bright like brain drugs, not those ones. But there is similar ones that increase concentration. And it's not actual stimulants. So unlike speed, it's like speed keeps you up. And you I'm sure you might get a bit more concentration a slightly but those ones are stimulating your mind like amphetamines. And so what he was saying was also saying can sleep what
what MDMA is that wants to call
like, what's the next to see DUI
empty and M to one more time? Slowly
aim for Mary? Yeah? Yeah? day for dead. MDMA. MDMA.
Yeah. Why are you saying MDMA
because the guy also was saying that MDMA is really helped him
all right, this guy I've stopped listening to him He's a fucking dragging.
It will do it. Drag bro. But he was like, if you take it out of the nightclub, and just do it with I can a controlled environment and
we did you make this slack. And Dude,
this is the podcast factory MDA. I don't have you done him. Oh, that's not a business.
What was it like? What does it do? To
me? It's the purpose of any of those drugs is to release serotonin and make you happy. And that's exactly what they do. I tell you, I was saying
it always goes away. You're into in a voice you can be so have more. So Sean
you apparently MDMA was used before it was made illegal in the US
as a way for people who are going through therapy that would have MDMA before because apparently you get super honest and you don't worry about what people think.
Love you there.
thought I lost you there. Now. What? What are you thinking is I don't think I should try MDMA by the way
there's actually it probably the funniest one of you because you fucking tell every single person in your life that you love them. You call you call fucking the person you did a film shoot with when you were 12 years old and tell them that you love them I just want to say so when I was when I was stripping and going around New Zealand on that manpower to her it wasn't Manpower's Sydney Hot Shots is basically the reject version of manpower.
Anyway, two stories, the posters that were uploaded all the venues that we went to, we're not ass and so everyone would say, or they've sent the beside
Anyway, even New Zealand This is bring it back to the drugs when i when i would have been 2008. 2009.
sorry. I was just trying to look at those dates with right. Yeah, that's, that's fine, too. Yeah. 2009. Anyway, they was legal party pills. Now. These were things that was sold in like cigarette shops.
They were sold, I reckon. I think there are also sold it like
what do you call it a fucking service stations and what they were were like, those are dude, the furthest thing from no dyes, no dyes, we might just make you feel a bit up, like stimulated, like you've had three coffees, I bought these things. These are legal pills. I didn't take legal drugs. I bought these pills. And I had to have them.
This was over the counter fact. Man, I was flying. It was the craziest thing was like, could not believe that they were able to sell a drug. It was the closest thing to the feeling of MDMA. If that's like if you're reading those things about euphoria. feeling happy, feeling floaty? It was like crazy. Dude, they've since banned them. So what it was, was a certain certain, certain, a certain strand or certain substance that hadn't been classed as an illicit drug. Yes.
Haha, yeah. I don't even know how
happy herb ship on to.
So Cynthia. Same thing from the happy herbs is like, that's where you got them from those stores over there, too. But man party pills. Not a good thing. I mean, I felt pretty average the next day. Well, yeah.
What do you do? Why do you think these types of drugs are banned?
is a fact it probably made this synthetic so that probably made in a factory somewhere over in Asia and put into pills and people are died ingesting them.
Oh, it's like
they I mean, they're pretty gross. But I think that's like the they're not natural.
Yeah, I was actually I was talking to my Uber driver on the way to Sydney Airport this afternoon. And he was telling me we're talking about
he's from Egypt. I was I asked him what he was
what he was having for dinner.
You just shared writing that quote as you try and tell me the story
because I was trying to remember you said that he was having for dinner like what's like pastor Mac called what I call
a mac and cheese
macaroni. He's he said, we're having macaroni with like, a tomato sauce
with like, and with charcoal chicken. I'm gonna buy some chicken and we're going to cut it up in whatever and then he said to me, he's like, you know, macaroni cheese was like, wow, you just think I'm some fucking white dummy that doesn't know anything else hours it's got a good laugh. But then we're talking about what they ate in Egypt. And he was telling me that there's this dish that's like this green looking soup and he said it's amazing right it's one of his favorite things to it and he said that used to be banned when during the time of the pyramids being built because it's so good that it makes you really slick be and if it's made right you fall asleep after reading it. And he said that it's not like a drug or anything. It's just I don't I didn't completely understand it. But it did make make me laugh a lot. Have you had any crazy conversations with Uber drivers? Any any deep and meaningful
when I went to Sydney Oh, sorry, when I went to the Gold Coast
because Gold Coast Airport was one of the first that you can actually get an Uber from so now in Melbourne, you can actually get an Uber they've got their dedicated Uber rank and so because girl goes to the airport is like a bus stop in comparison
you we got this driver who came and she just took us around showing she was like this woman with his big for drive that just was a local and gave us a tour and showed us all these restaurants any I made a video about it wasn't it wasn't that out there but when I was a kid we used to fucking get taxis and this would cost us money because we wanted to go cruising and when all check in get 30 bucks and get them to take us down through St Kilda and just down fucking weird straight seeing which shit It was like it was so fucking silly but we just thought was cool cruise with a cab driver when I would have been 13
fucking we you and never into cat cruising way
now the only the only thing that would have been exciting would have been if it was connected to like a drive thru know
a bit like I actually had you and you might you might have cars like how does that cause you weren't a part of that same way. What my needs
what like what a universe where you living in? I have any mates seriously I had my mom I had like, even when I was like 18 I had brain a schoolteacher and conduct with a bit
yeah i don't know i don't have made they don't fucking go cruising. We would spend from Friday night till Sunday like with sleeping in between but most nights would be at cruising This is like for a period of time and we'll probably 17 287899 717
to 19 yeah and there would be Vail cruises it'd be like Eric seven club mates actually yeah
so when I was when I was younger when I was like 15 and I was working or 14 and I was working on Reuters life that was the sheet that I found so I remember guys super cheap border Casey like in the city of Casey was fucking big for them the meetups and I would I can go and film paper with if I can cause that's always the no interest in them
cruising up through the baby long's it was seeing we loved it back that I think now it's fucking stupid but was good fun and the time getting you might see that's when we went as a car cruise and we went to the opening of Krispy Kreme donut knee that we waited two hours in the car
you know they still do cruisers I think they're like this and that's a huge thing in America to like some of these American diners and stuff a lot of their business comes from these cruises because my dad's a big fat and hot rod or and shared and yeah it's very common burger places don't at places they can they just give their copper so that people can go in fact and you know show off their cars and they closed it does got an Impala
as they close down that donut shop Krispy Kreme in nine nary worn still there the drive for
you know what drive through fact know if it's too late you know it'd be really fun can we let's pick a diet I'm be what are we at now Episode 28 Let's do
the one that has the most amount of run it needs to be around number already let's thinking it sounded like
okay let's do 40 lets you and I will go out to Krispy Kreme we'll get we'll go through the drive thru. Get dine out and we'll do the podcast from there and how about that not only will we do that but let's make Episode 40 our first live recording as well so also stream it on social funny.
Let's do that.
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