#032 – Finding cash/
- February 28, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Wednesday Feb 28 (Ep 32) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett.
Tommy seems to have found a lot of cash in his life and Josh bought art off a guy who knocked on his door when he was a kid.
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today Tommy my we're trying something different it is the daily talk show and what are we up to we're up to Episode 32 and I was telling you a story yes about my mate Hamish Blake has a little little known at Radio Show oh yeah hey mission Andy he's the Hamish anyway he was telling me that with the podcast how because that would have transitioned from radio to
correct podcasting and
because they saw Ross do it is that that's exactly what has happened but they were he was talking about the discipline of being one of 4pm and how they're trying to create that space with podcast the podcast yeah
i mean they need that incentive
because they they're not getting paid enough for it right it's like guys we gotta put some constraints in place where you get the podcast going by for or not getting exactly well but that said that brought me to today when we decide I said to we're going to fuck around before every house right a lot I'm always like doing bits and bobs and I said we're gonna start this at 425 shop treat
it like a radio show we're on and so I didn't even get to check levels you're fucking a bit loud now that's fine on Hey some feedback has come through okay it's filter that's why down my my mother's call me She just actually call you now actually called her for this okay but she sent me a text message she's done a few little little bits of feedback but today I spoke to her okay and and she she really likes you
know you met her I wait
to see I really like Josh said you guys are funny. I actually was laughing out loud with the pubes
what she said she was laughing but she also said that she said oh but there's a few few too many facts in a okay that's I think my mom would have the same feedback if you listen yeah but she doesn't listen to anything
I feel like the kid who plays basketball whose parents never show them how to be clean my parents were always always important for my brother's
dad drove me to film school oh good so she she's a fan she said she feels like she knows you now Oh that's nice and she ever since the squeegee story I
think that really breaks the
penetrates the self service to call it
so there was a article yesterday that said this you moving on right now
maybe you want to you want is you want to bask in feedback Don and I are a little bit like basking in it
it didn't happen yesterday because you know I love this today's not as interesting a tomorrow Tomorrow we'll look back
and it'll be great going this this guy came back to me rental property that he had rented out and he found like a faculty diamonds stashed in the house so he's essentially sees fucking house is that how what I was probably the previous tenant I'm sure it's not but I didn't Delve much further into the audio because I can't be bothered rating but here we go Mom Dad they moved into a house every four years ago maybe five years ago and they bought it it was a deceased estate PR folks you need some cool shit a really cool shirt no no no so disaster state can just mean the owner has passed away yeah and they're selling it for the state but doesn't mean that they've got all this sheet lifting of course I didn't know this assumed know made sense to clarify that but so they they got it cheap in terms of not going to auction and bidding against all these people for the house yeah it was in all the style and it's got it's like a Californian Do you know what a California install bungalow houses I'm guessing like open as it got like a is it elevated now low low ceilings with like been exposed Yeah. Beautiful. Anyway, I've done a renowned to it. But as they're doing the rain I there was like this expose Baines in the lounge room. There's two of them one on each side of the room that is holding the roofer and that was out there painting and he sees on the inside of the beam which is like the furthest from your eyesight because it's like facing the wall Yes, it's quite close to the wall. He found an envelope that have been nailed to the wood so if you see that you know there's going to be something good in it. Well, it's a weird spot you'd never think anything's up there Yeah. And you'd never there's no way to put anything and it's out of sight so it because they were in for a couple of months before they even started doing this stuff and he took down the envelope opened it up is fucking 800 bucks cash amazing not like an old currency old old old Australian currency so the paper that legit paper notes can you still like cash that yeah you can take old school notes and cash them in the bank Oh that's good as it's still essentially a part of the economy currency the currency so has to be accounted for measure lost money out there there would be a lot it did they like they know how much is within the Australian economy the dollars that are printed that's right I put I put up on Facebook as I anyone have any suggestions of where I should fly my drone when you do this? This was the first guy and I know that one of the suggestions you and I wouldn't flew the drone over the cemetery Yeah, you wouldn't do that nowadays would you have rather than the other suggestion was the GM flight over the the note printing place in Melbourne. There's a little joint with a print Australian current Oh, that's cool man as a as a kid getting a nostalgia getting
my mom said oh Josh loves talking about his past doesn t
shy but she she kind of has that but actually it's probably exaggerated version that was my point was that you were exaggerating and I think she said sounds cute or that doesn't it yeah
no yeah getting coins like if you got like if I got a 2018 coin yeah get Falcon real pumped about it
I was bit annoyed that mom and dad didn't look into how much those notes because they could have been collected so rather than just cashing it it because you can look at the sequence on a note to see when it is from hmm then you'd have to go in fucking find what's the deal with finding shit like Whoo hoo I mean some people would I could have gone out of the way to contact the owner and blah blah blah but it's it's seven 900 bucks hundred bucks I think that yeah I mean it is the previous owners but you wouldn't be able to find it if you find cashing the straight what's the deal
like if it's
if it's over 100 bucks you should try and do something you can have you know I've never had that happen so I can't can't say whether I would oh no I've never have you come like what's the like have you ever had a bunch of money just rocker a fat just reminded me I was a kid I would have a soldier like he's old right I feel good story that's that doesn't involve high school and I can walk around with my tapes well i'll tell you can we make this why don't we just try and get all of our stories out okay about being young
and then we'll go so you tell me your young story
well has relevance to this I'll make all right you fuckin better not make it up like us know when you're in school I go to teachers couldn't read but would make up the stories from the book yes now you're doing exactly what I did there was some other feedback to someone mentioned that they like that I thought that was funny that you said that really who was the captain yes can't I'll second listener Matt you're bringing in all the listeners yeah
well we don't know if any anyway anyway so about eight years old walking down the street It was called McCombe street Nelson week as well as hanging out in the estimate McDonald's if you know the area now and there's There was an old police stations gone now because I'm. When I say old. It fucking looked all was it operating as a time. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So it was like this. It's where the at, you know where ABC is in sync in
this year. So it's like the main headquarters of it. You say this shoot a lot of shows that, okay, anyhow. SoftBank. Yeah. That's a new one. So there was a police headquarters is tiny. Fucking tiny. And we were walking out May, Matt, Matt, Matt and I, and we looked in the bushes and there was a bag in there. And like, my whole life, I've always a fan shit. loads of money. I found $50, 20
times nightclubs in the canal. Just fucking driving along. sort of going past in the wind. I stopped, like, I've, I look for it. So I find it right. Are you the type to do a bit of the feeling in the vending machines for the coin is to boot them as a kid at high school. Fucking just a fly kick into it. The and a few dollars. And anyway, so Matt and I walk along. There's this bag. black bag. Reach over. Be too scared to open it. It was like quite a big bag. And I put and we pulled it out and open it up. VHS players? DVD player. Fucking This was home. And we thought this year robbery for sure. Yeah. And so we took it straight to the cop station. I mean, it's pretty good for a young eight years. I mean, he was probably the only thing we thought it's not going to take the time. And we took it there. And we launched it in. well as in you launch your larger form. Like, is this your squeegee?
Can I just pull apart? why you've got some of the dates wrong? No one would have had a David by when you're right now. Maybe not. Maybe it was definitely a chess player to VCR right. That's the
points good points is a day would have been like 100% would have been before grade six. So that so that are in there was actually Yes. Because this kid would imagine 1999 he's dad this kid Matt used to his dad was a sound engineer. He had the fucking criminal krim. David A plies Hold tight plies look that up. That's a good fact. When did Hey Siri
when we're DVD players invented
I mean it's not I do my web
search 10 something up for when we're DVD players I fucking hate I do very will go into the fucking Wikipedia thing. stories into the Patreon we handed this in about a week later I got a phone call from the place saying the owner has come forward and they want to give you a reward we got 50 boxes split between us how good is that
is even better than I guess David A players would have. So
the first David a play was created by Sony Corporation in Taiwan in collaboration with Pacific digital company from United States in 1997
You would have been 97 you would have been what nine?
Yeah so could have been safe I was 11 is definitely David A pis in Australia by then. Yeah, and my friends that definitely had him so maybe there wasn't maybe just VCs VC applies
all I remember is just like taking them out
trying to blow the dust off yeah back
do you actually have out these these we are going to go very deep into our past as in just nostalgia for your first movie that you ever went to in the sentiments
okay this is the the grandma that passed away yeah we got the cash to go over the valley this is I just remembered this going to see Space Jam
is great feel for life when MySpace My memory is not as sharp as yours of fucking The Lion King Daniel Plaza and I had the weirdest thing happened la a few to like three nights ago I like for whatever reason I think
this is fucking weed I was looking at my iPhone was on charge and I was using a battery charger for it
like one of those that are portable and it has a flashing light and no joke. This is what happened I was going to bed because I was using that one because I was too lazy to plug into the power outlet and I looked at that light I blinked and I was I just saw this real quick moment of me a dandy Plaza washing Lion King interesting real fucking weird it got me thinking maybe there was maybe there was some sort of light it was identical or something that fucking disaster it's just like as a weird moment where it's just like oh that why did I just think of that then you
have what's your oldest memory
I don't know it's a hard one is that cuz yeah
I think there's like it's always trauma is fine we don't remember shit falling off my bike and I had it was next broken by well done so reference to a previous episode enjoy getting and actually that's a fucking good part of getting getting that can be at like you know driving you know getting back getting getting on it if I can get in my kidney come on just coming getting
if I can draw back Come on cut Somalis
did that ever happen to you very quickly ever have a stranger trying kidnapped being bad either but I'm glad that went somewhere.
fact this is what my head goes everywhere really quickly on kidnap someone said the other day. Can an adult be kidnapped? Yes.
Fact you have got me. Yeah.
I thought like hey, we got kidnapped time but he napped
true at all I can show it doesn't it doesn't work. But no. I remember. Like Captain writing. That's that works. Yeah, I was riding my bike fell off the bike next to the sand pit with gravel. So just my face. Yeah, I had like a basically. scab mustache. Oh, I just remember.
It was Christmas time. And it will meant to be honest. A Christmas lot of time. Remember being remembered my auntie and mom being really annoyed at me. Because I didn't want to. I was like, so remember. That made me feel really bad for being so vain. Because I had this thing. I didn't want anyone to say. Like Josh. It's fine. You look fine here I am with like a fucking hoffa knows.
He's a thing. Bodie. I film a lot of his life. My son,
I look at my life. I've got photo albums. My mom's pies. Yeah. And I look at the photos and a fact my mind that because I sometimes think that I remember that moment. Yeah, when you remember the picture? Yeah, I want to just remember the picture. Yeah, but I imagine kids growing up now that have everything recorded. People just your memories, just merging totally does all this weird. Shit. Hi.
I've got you know, I've got footage of Bodie, the first time that he's come into the world. It's crazy. Like, man, this is also the thing has been freaking me out lately is Facebook has Facebook memories. I thought everyone knew about this until we will speaking to a
client. That's just computer Sorry about that.
The say this is we're just talking before about you tell me I need to take my Apple Watch off. Because every time if I get a notification, it's the equivalent of having a stroke while talking. I can't
which I'm going to try and stay in the moment. We'll talk it remember talking to jack post the other day, the other the third person in the show. And I was telling him about Facebook memories, hidden in fact, know about Facebook memories, or just in general didn't know it was like, Oh, what? What's the maybe you went there? But he was like, What? What is it? I'm like, it will tell you like the mass and post that much at all. Okay, but anyway, what's being freaking me the fuck out is? And I've been I've sent you one or two of these examples where now you're fucking phone's going. Yeah, this wouldn't happen on a fucking This is the difference between that
number is one short. This has been happening over the last answer.
How are you doing today? I'm good. Eric. Who were you? calling from
focus group. And the reason behind me call is that since you No.
that is so many more times. You know what? So that's the reason I said that was because it in Australia. You've got what? Four? How many numbers? 456-789-1010 digits for a mobile number. And that was
nine digits. But this
is happening. Is that work? This is happening now. I think because I think I've had someone's email signature that I can't code the other day. Yeah, and I'm pretty sure I'm just like, over on my phone into the history history. I'm sure that I called a number that one did you see one digit short? And it freaked me the fact out and I kept like, going back and forth. That was fucking we. That is we, that one's probably. So there's mobile number spoofing is there so our phones, phone spoofing spoofing, so what you can do it I think that it's easier to do in the US but there's all these services where you yeah you can basically trick you can say that you from any number that's fucked up yeah so you could he's definitely a scammer maybe not maybe just trying to just backing yeah I'm guessing anyway jack post didn't know about the memories Facebook memories but what has been freaking me out is that everything seems to be happening in cycles where like I'll tell you a story or I'll mention something or to topic and then the next day on Facebook memories I've done a status like four years earlier on the exact same thing talking about the same topic fact maybe you would just super predictable like they have the same so I reckon because I'm not really sure about what the
did it again I looked at my fire sorry that's when
Josh gets a bit uh. He's looking at his phone we should just bet I can we should have yeah
I would not be surprised if you said to me Tell me if I can just look at this and I and I get closer to a new just peel off your scalp and there's nothing it no to fucking Eileen Brian like a robot Do
you think with that Brian
would be a robot
packing saying tweets that
I felt could be more optimized never know
you could have been an early adopter you walking through the school with your teachers yeah at smart at every other kid your to your well a hater years. You were 28 when you will fall off. Yeah, that's funny, isn't it? The
we've got to share a couple of like a few nostalgic stories. One that I was thinking like, definitely can relate to your rum drink. The vending machine type of psychic in the oven. Yeah, you sit at my primary school. Few press two buttons at once. You'd get two drinks. She chair that was a really big one fucking loved that. I remember dad used to. or he'd give me $1 to buy licorice. And licorice was only five cents. Is this black licorice? All right. Yeah, black licorice because readily Krishna was 10 cents okay extra five cents for that shit but I used to just eight so I would eat so much of it I was just like and so what was the point of that story just been an established now this is that took it too far
to tell me that
Did you ever do Ovaltine ease? Yeah, they're around. Oh
yeah. It was like it's like Milo that's been compressed into the little thing tablets or
whatever tablets pills it's bullshit Did you ever really hurt yourself at school my whole lot the monkey bars and rip if I can
say that Scott belly button. Unity next to my belly button. Okay, I jumped up on a fence and there was a piece of metal sticking out the fence and I jumped down off the fence and
our guts I never was in dangerous enough situations for anything to
to have I told you the story on this podcast about me breaking my I'm not schooled. Oh yeah. You've been bent it or like it's called Bode. Yes. It looks like a fucking bow. bow and arrow.
Let's talk about recommendations. What do you can share me at the moment? YouTube videos blog.
I'm big on um. I am big on how how you built this. Yep. Cast? Yeah, I'll just. It's cold
fact. I can't. Can't say the name. How bill how I built this. Yeah, it's awesome. It's by I think NPR and it's all about the stories behind business owners. And I'm talking to partners lie Wikipedia. The dude who started Wikipedia. Quick fact this might get you into it. So Wikipedia. What do you reckon? Out of sight out of five top website traffic in the world? So what websites getting the most traffic in the world? Top Five? Like you want me to get this kind of shit? Yeah. Who's coming in? Number one?
I can't remember. But I'll do I'll just name five. That would be in the top five. Yeah, Wikipedia YouTube Google.
Maybe like some sort of fucking Chinese one one more you get that in that top five. One more? You missed one more that you mean Facebook? I was thinking that's it? Yeah,
top five. Is those The other thing I mentioned for an Asian search engine? Yeah I don't I can't remember to access but all those doing so Facebook Mark Zuckerberg with 70 billion or something yeah money the guys that sold YouTube made half a billion h early days when I sold to Google don't even
know if I was that my I have a feeling that's what they said yeah
Do you know the net worth and a dude who started Wikileaks he's named Jimmy Jimmy wild Jimmy Wales network who has the fifth most visited website in the world I can probably $200,000 estimated million back going back so
he's a developer White is literally that's what happens right this is where all this you know open source open sort of you know it's the
these guys like it's it's an open platform which is better for the world but it means that he's not making as much coin just to tie back to nostalgia Jimmy Jimmy Wales and do started Wikipedia said and I'm only a couple like 10 minutes into it and he said that he loved reading anything who get and he got this encyclopedia and the way he got the encyclopedia was door to door salesman came around knocked on the door and sold encyclopedia to his mom hard copies Do you remember that should happen I remember so I think I've got one key GIVE ME SAY IT'S NOT encyclopedia just walking we're just in my home office remote but maybe what we might have gone to the hat so I
had I remember when I was freelancing as a kid and I made like a bunch of coin I hate a bit of cash yeah and I was so pumped with it we had this
we had this international student can pass it was like a painter he was selling these paintings see bought one of him for 100 bucks hundred bucks yeah
fucking hundred dollars out partying with 100 bucks at your front door yeah as a kid that dude I felt like if I can pull a tells us that yeah bro
just fucking yeah it out just and then I can mom gets home job What have you What have you done he is paintings this my board at mom my fucking art collector so I know you're not you can't even fucking keep your bedroom clean you idiot and you still owe us money for you Jake five
you actually buy I bought a painting I mean this would have still been somewhere
literally so I remember my Nana I told my mentor about it and she
for Christmas gift or whatever she got it if I can put on a cat like it was canvas and she got stretched onto a until I can frame you don't know where I'm sure I think we ended up chucking it because real fucking he got fired and failures and shit that's a good hassle by that dude yeah but it's clever because it was in we should live in Lister field South which was like a little bit fancy pants when it comes to Southeast suburbs. suburbs. So he Yeah, he would have just been doing the rounds. But that's a big that's a big sum of cash back then.
I remember that you were bringing around this is remember your cold Yeah, I wasn't a you called kid were early days of your called my mom did
your cool. How do you say you coped. You killed? Yeah, yeah, cool. It's basically called it's like fucking yoga cultured milk some weird shit anyway, they when they first launched I remember them doing taste tests at front doors and so they would come to ours and they did that and they and we got we got like a bunch of them to try the door marketing that's gone a bit yeah, people is people hate the fact hate people at the house. Now what about the soft drinks that you'd get delivered in the glass bottles? I never did that. I know you weren't a soft drink good thing yeah we
got likely golden whatever it was you know you get a fucking subscription and you'd get
ya know that fact we never got that the I just before we go because we're gonna we're trying to be tight on time as well. You're going to pick me up soon. But
new social network
it is the most complicated that takes off vero, vero V, rho v, right, maybe the right v are a bunch of people on it already. Isn't it funny that
Instagram all these things have sort of created this photo effect so I remember being on Instagram early days and like if I can you do get people get off you get off with bang like early adopters and so every man and his dog wants to like you put this in the same basket is a little bit of your brain that said you should have gotten Bitcoin yeah it's Friday how better to just be on it some interesting nuggets though yeah
so someone's screen grab that just posted that so I haven't been able to verify it bothered verifying it yet but
we'll get royalty free right to your images and things so if you're a creator maybe think twice about posting on there interesting also
like the it's been started by this billionaire Lebanese dude maybe whose dad was the president fucking royally fucked up so they Why are they there was they've had some humanitarian questionable humanitarian sort of things happening so within the startup another stab at it within this guy's family and he's next thing and it's just like I think might not be there I don't know but all in all and we're just kind of an ugly app isn't it
can it's the first thing didn't what I like about it though what you can select friends or acquaintances and stuff like that so I was getting off on being like who do I consider this person a friend I don't I can't even tell you how to how I can find people yeah it's not
intuitive I think that's the thing about Facebook they've had their time to just make it so intuitive like I remember the early days sheet pissing me off but now Facebook Instagram just it makes everyone Mike summer manipulated you Brian Charlie but I think it's hats off to them for being our hats off hats
off access to my Brian yeah he
daily torture I've got someone to accept Nicole of just accepted you I'm going to put her down she is about what he's hiring events. Anyway, the the daily talk show we can email us high at the daily talk show.com and we we haven't just been sort of getting out groove really isn't it like I still feel like there's an opportunity we've put no real structures around this but I can see us dialing this in I think that the Krispy Kreme episode which is Episode 48 away fact I'm looking forward to that Yeah
that one that's gonna be sick live from Krispy Kreme and so
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