#034 – Fizzy water Friday/
- March 2, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday March 2 (Ep 34) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett.
Another relaxing Friday night, this time, at Josh’s place. Talking Hey Tiger, interacting with strangers, sleep, having a TV as a kid, auditioning for a reality show and more.
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It is the daily talk show Tomi May I wonder if you compete cap on that fizzy water I don't know if he can yeah you definitely can. just pouring out a couple of glasses of sparkling mineral water thanks to will words and they're not a sponsor please sponsor ask if you can use
it was is awkward because you put your finger in front of the cheese cheese with a guy doesn't drink cheese Oh doesn't sound like
it's Friday everyone Episode 34 yeah you'll be able to hear those bubbles Now you won't be able to it's a it's Friday night he very relaxing you've come over to my joint. I've just finished filming for the day. Yeah you've been itching How should I bang yeah
good I am fact this week I've literally had this feeling of
I just don't have the answers and you know some way I go through via I go through months
it's like a ride a wave of feeling amazing. Yeah Then I hit this the bottom of the wave and I'm feeling like I fucking got no answers of how I need to do this thing for my business yeah I I make it bigger and it's and I think it's so natural right because but then on the other side I'm just like I fuckin need the answers but it's like I'm always wanting to know the answer so where
are you on the wave at the moment I went real hard down down the face of the wave
yeah felt real good understood like Calvin down the bottom is still got traction momentum the wife still behind me yep but I feel like I'm just like fact
is this the right board using the wave metaphor it's sort of like you really got into of metaphor you know I love metaphors know it's like when you say the start of the wave yeah
you say the opportunity you see the possibilities you don't know how big the wife could even get bigger and now you're actually like in it and there's probably and it says she says I grind you just fucking cron is that what I do? So I think they grind the wife. No, that's more of a skateboarder Rick how's the wife carving? Absolutely
So it's yeah you asked my waist minutes let's let's has felt this
is not this is nice to be able to do this on a Friday night reflective for the week yeah it's at 7pm Bray is still she's at work
chocolate company where she on the live Joe she's on the packing chocolate why okay they're all hands on deck at hi Tiger HQ you say it
like it's a fracking paid ad you always emphasize hi Tiger yeah it's very true and I just sold them into they don't even sell the chocolate yet to
this day one birthday today Hey tiger.com die you back oh yeah they the least chocolate I have a bit like you
You expect a friend who it's like imagine if you knew one of the dudes that work Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory you know added no you know what the thing is if you knew Willie was
named Willy Wonka you're wondering himself Willy Wonka wouldn't never disclose a Will you would you I had a boss cold really cold and Willie related but sort of boat which was this at the stripping business. I was the boss Okay, well, I call me big will. It
will eat the radius. Releasing the show. Is that how like redheads a cold blue each
It's like the opposite type of thing. So I was implying everyone's creating the connection.
Yes. I Bree Bree is working at the high Tiger which is a chocolate social enterprise started by science tied one of the geniuses behind invite her where I used to work
and just in case you didn't get any the pronunciations from Josh because he was unclear and that
I feel like hi guy when I when I say involved it sounds like in Bartow, what fact make
I still can't work out how to get to the place to buy After Effects templates. Big takes me to a marketplace there are million dollar company. I still don't even know how to work it out. It's Yeah, they've got a whole team working on user experience. It's fact but it's a great business. I mean, I've given them a lot of my money it's recommended to nearly every one of my mates doesn't make it easy. The
yes i breeze packing chocolate, because they launch I think on the seven. So tissue. And I he on the river in Abbotsford.
Just a quick one fascinates me. And I've only just learned it more since dealing with bigger businesses. It's like seeing something like invited that's makes a lot of money, which in turn to me, just shows that it's successful in terms of, they've got a great product, etc. but they are still flows like it's still like I I tried to find my example is I wanted to find After Effects templates. The site I don't know what it's called. Yeah, because I've got five video five. Okay, so video have I typed it in, it took me to like a homepage. And I tried to send that to a friend and they got lost. And so my point is, it's like, I find it really hard to just fine if you don't remember video Hi, which I didn't. And I just wanted to write invite, oh, after effects templates. And I couldn't find it. And my point is, is like big businesses that still do well because there's probably a lot of people that understand No, yeah, but there's still flaws. It's like when tribe jewels lands app started there was like they didn't have a search functions or sort function for what campaigns were being shown on your feed right? Which that would mean so if you are a dog if you had a dog as an influencer and you wanted to make money posting photos on your dogs account and then there's all these random products like human food like he couldn't like filter couldn't feel to them. But now you can but my point is like he got it out. Yeah,
well, that's it I think the learning on that is that the power of being first really good book 22 immutable laws of marketing, and they talk about the power of being first in a category and that's something that involves, oh, did numerous times I did with flashed in with flash before when, you know, flash was cool. Then they did the theme forest which was, you know, what, you know, predominantly a WordPress template site. But they've, yeah,
they've been able to succeed, even though that sometimes there's this science that do one thing and they're able to do better but I think
the being involved her have been around long enough and they
Yeah, it's a it's interesting, I know that one of the things with with them is they're also dealing with like, a lot of legacy code. So you imagine if you are a company that's been around for a while you have all these brands and so they set up all these different brands before they realize that they're going to be big when you're a small company with a couple of people you don't think about when you've got millions of people visiting the website and navigation so there's a lot of like sticky type but then you gotta stop is the thing yes start like starting and they still winning and then you issue right and then the other thing is, the bigger the ship the fucking slower moves. Whereas when you have this like little nimble I think that's why like businesses that promote being sort of the second it's like that's why I opted for a long time with Telstra so he can be the the second player and so for invited they have like companies like creative market which you know, position themselves as the small and nimble business but the thing that invite whoa does have is that huge library and the huge volume of traffic which sort of feeds feeds the beast stalking body for a walk last night. Yeah
and we'll just cruising just him and I and we're walking down Acklin straight in security
and I've done this quite a few times in my life I there's a fucking drone is it
just look Josh is balcony Yes. drone flying which one is it looks good. Sam is no one was getting close to the fucking or he's diaries. He's bringing download to the river.
And you saw Damn. Anyway, that's the excitement for this Friday Night Live action at the window. So I'm walking along with body and minding our own business for a moment before I decided not to mind my own business. And there was a couple walking next to me. And now we're having this this discussion. You're great at like until with the general public. Well, I don't know if this was definitely wasn't needed. But the girl was saying to the guy so the guy said, Oh, that used to be a shoe shop and he was looking at old
shop that was vacant and she's like, ah, I don't know if it was I think it's you know are you talking about the one that was down there down the street is like nah, they used to sell Converse and staff and she's like, now look, I don't think they was and
at that point they would just cruising past me because I had a bit of a slow walk on and I I just looked at him. I said there was
that's great though. And she and she looks I really look really stand and he looks at me and smiled.
I said yeah, yeah, yeah, they definitely used to sell Converse. I was just thinking that walking past that and he laughed. I love that band. I love like, connecting. I feel like I
had a moment like of that. The other morning when I was at my car. And I heard this
thing Grandma, not like I heard the singing. I was like, what's going on? It's like, I'm in a big car park in like the basement of my apartment block. And then is this chick with her baby and she's just like singing to the baby. And it was really nice. And I was like a good acoustics word
I felt like really was like oh, like I'm happy. Like I would normally just shut up in those scenarios and just let it and allow this weird thing because she's like continuing missing me me I'm like I have to address it now really good about
this q&a interact because what's the worst that can happen? I just said to him man Good luck with it.
He's a thing I was in the supermarket Five minutes later and he walks into the same miles me by himself and he just nodded mean smiles he was so is that yeah yeah my back
guys had a thing she was so sure that there wasn't a shot there you should say half I could go with
sleep how many
how many hours of sleep do yet and I couldn't tell you because it's why it's broken its broken and broken from Bodie waking out cries How do you wake up he wakes up and cries he's unsettled and then I we've we've condom so he was drinking milk during the night up to like three bottles sometimes so that's why if I drink milk throughout the night I will know obviously he wakes up you give him a bottle
and he's back to sleep and drinks at while he's sleeping but then he said okay is like it's fine I don't nurses or whatever you call like they host NATO. What does Natal main
prenatal postnatal post these past the birth of the GI Joe bit mean night? Oh, I don't know the meaning. But if it's prenatal means before the baby. postnatal is after the baby postnatal depression okay anyway i'm not i'm not a I'm gonna world's expert in that field. But I know my baby and he drinks milk any fact he loves it and what we've done is they say milk powder milk okay they told us to cut it off the people the people's told us APL the converse guys
okay so you do have some nurses yeah so
you get government like you just go these appointments fucking awesome striving like what they provide you It's so you're not killing your baby yeah and you take him there they weigh them they measure them and they tell you what's going on what you need to know and but he's been he's been so good he's all off like we haven't resolved
the whole one yeah but
as in like this complications and mothers freak out like it would there would be some full on cases but I think bodies been pretty great was so fortunate right but the point of yeah we had to cut him off the milk and so I've condom into it. I give him a bottle is for the water he drinks it goes to sleep. So it's just a like a soothing thing it just you know, and Bray you girlfriend puts a thumbnail mouth when you're sleeping. Because you having a bad dream. Yeah, that's exactly right.
I'll do like the sound effects know so you probably what time you go to bed die and 930 10
that's such a good time. Yeah, I feel like it would be lightened that I feel like we text and you will be 930 10
that would be like variation
have half an hour Yeah, I can do probably probably Yeah, probably 10 let's say 10 consistently tank because it could be lighter earlier. And do
you have any rules around your phone now? I'm fine. I just charge my phone put it down. I know this sounds like a bit of a sleep interrogation but I'm just trying to ascertain some stuff so have you always gone to sleep similar times
of well I used to go to bed very early because I was a strong breakfast ready oh no
startup Light District yeah light is a stripper early as a personal trainer it really is a radio host and which one feels more natural to
well waking up
early definitely getting up early is better for me and the thing here's the thing someone said to me Lucy who's on the podcast Monday yeah my little practice parents yet she she said I'm not a I'm not. I'm just not a morning person. Like I'm a night owl
as a teenager. You're nothing person. Right? You just fucking well. I said. I will soon learn that you can. Actually we can't just stay up late. Because when you have a job, you got to get the job. Right. But it's like I me isn't a morning person. You could say that. Right? So yeah, I I used to feel jet lagged all the time. If I didn't get eight hours of sleep. I used to every single morning mom the style journalist she she she would just loves
talking about his past.
thanks, Joanne. Joanne, we use a full name. Oh. She charges you like Joe not guess what. As soon as full name as in Joanne. Yeah. Joe. Joe and seven. He likes Joe. Joey. Joey. Oh, that's cute. Joey
Do you ever call your mom by your first name, ma'am? Yeah. Joey
outside Leonore Mrs. DJI. Okay.
I say Hello darling.
Lazy My darling. Just for my because I Darling Darling nothing sleazy about your mom dying I'm dying to your mom my 16 year I'll work on scale a bit fat now we're just calling it like Tao I remember when I was trying to be cool was a kid I would call
my striped shirt and watching cry the straight guy going around a fanny pack I had so many people think that those guys a kid they would
you could I mean
I could be gay you would think you know I am I had like a comeback though when people would say Josh your guy I'm like I'm not gay but my boyfriend is
that real riled up about it
says the problem with that joke is the six year old the C grade six kids that they would have thought you were
there the idiots I
mean you've got to go a boyfriend you'll
die yeah well that's the show I remember this one guy was very carefully using I had Ted Baker glasses you stories come out to me and say Tim Baker said a band or brand
and it would fuck with my mind because I had no idea what he was talking about. You'd always asked me anyway talking about the slave so I saw the some article I just typed in sleeping to Google the other day and this is article that talks about the fact that the outbid time is actually coded into our day and I will you know that
So are you saying the specific time saying that you know like some people like one on like signing up light on the day that is what they call a light kroner type okay and so like Kronos type is like and they'll feel jet lagged all the time and because I just can't get to sleep until lifetime like get up later and it can having a light Curnow type of parent Lee is linked to things like having depression and shit like that because you like create isolation you're off sort of kilter with the rest of the world like many you stay up staying up late going to waking up like that type of thing so late Kronos type but I've definitely noticed I've been trying to prioritize getting some work done which means and I'm still getting like I'll get five hours sleep like I did a few nights this week of like midnight go to bed wake up at 5am and you just feel you just feel it's
not sustainable for me now nose it like I would be fact after doing that you
just feel a bit sort of mentally drained or vulnerable like you feel like the willingness just to tell someone to fuck off goes through the roof it is probably very short yeah
it's yes being tied for me makes me yeah less able to do with fucking little shit I'm flip out again and felt like tonight's you know the snowball effect right you you get into a bit of a negative mindset and then everything just that's triggering triggering you you're on the way to work they have the dude on the way to work that a fucking yelling yeah get off the raw yeah absolutely because I've just triggered in the morning and it's just rolled into this spiral fracking someone took my pack I'm just gonna hit a mate fix your back in Kronos time
actually I know if you can fix your Kronos Tyler but um. I was doing a video videos today for a neurosurgeon, pretty cool, smart. Very smart. much smarter than us super smart. Like so he neurosurgeon spinal surgeon so does like yeah, it works on spines. But it was funny because I've got two herniated discs to know me when when I had a real screwed up back. I could barely walk. And anyway, I told myself I'm not going to talk about my bad because
you said that last time that when you saw him, he had a meeting with him. Yeah,
and I ended up I can mentioning it. And so this time when this time I did it, like I was fairly good, but you like this before I left the house. I was like, maybe I'll bring my MRI just so we can
bring it I couldn't find it. But yeah, but he was talking about the difference between a six successful patient and an unsuccessful patient in regards to passing that yet, you know, after a post surgery, he's saying how much of it is mindset and willingness to do exercises and do all that sort of thing. And we got onto the topic of standing desks. Yeah, have you used to standing desk before I've stood up at a desk or you've actually got like desks at your office that are basically standing desk like a workbench Yeah, I just caught high so you could stand there but yeah, I don't mind it but I've got no issue with my back but even if you don't being in it, like moving around going from a seated position to a standing position is really good for that Yeah, rather than I think that the research is that just being in one position for too long he's in good yet so that's why like, you look up articles you can type in standing desk and read all these articles about how standing desk is shit for you. Right? Like they spin everything the other wind now but my point being is, you know, my fancy pants, 1700 dolla console concept standing desk as you know
a literal, it means it's just a button to rise it
and I bragged about your desk to somebody I said it's got you plug it into the power and then you can power power all your devices off the desk. It is really an I can plug in USB, do all that sort of thing. And I think I don't know if I mentioned it on an early podcast. I nearly fucking ripped out of the deed or I've heard this story 17 times. Because Bray like wrapped all the cables up really neatly, not allowing for the fact that it would go up and down. It's going up here. Quick question is Ted Baker brand or a band?
It's a bright I think that he was just trying to fuck with me. I think the answer is just the brand in the
standing desk. Maybe realize haven't really if I actually worked at how much time I've spent standing in my standing desk. He would be sorry, limit like to answer
what what was the surgeon was he's to say was saying how good Yeah,
standing desks because so much of our issues the result of sitting too much. And he actually he's going to beginning one of the movie standing desks, which is one of my clients, which is the it's like a platform. So if you've already got a desk and you just want to have a sort of a standard thing. It's like a really nice bamboo top right, man. This is the last slide the client you can plug one client who's your favorite client at the moment?
I mean, we're talking about sleep. I've got a client called sleep Republic. Yeah, they sell mattresses in a box. But they're the oh geez. Of the mattress industry. So they actually they're not the new school. Just a bit of foam in a box that rocks up. These things have springs different layers. It's our sofa can go really King. Where did they. How did they start though? Did those starting normal mattresses and so they've got a company called Kyra prep chiropractic bedding. So they like bidding so expensive. Yeah, definitely that'd be more the higher end but then they've got like a warehouse that and they've got a warehouse in Melbourne that makes some of these beds so they do range different mattresses and this is just one of them. They mattresses in a box they so cheap though. Like 1300 to 1500 bucks for a king or something like that.
And you've got a king bed so big. It's huge.
I mean I now because Bodie doesn't fact can get in the middle of this we we just spread out you can literally sprawl out and and king bed
is it so impractical though it's sort of like having a big couch where you're only you can be so limited by the places that you can leave it you're gonna just have to sell it as soon as you go somewhere Do you think I don't think I could live in this house all the new apartments they're all shoe boxes tiny that they would the big would fill out the room but we don't spend much time in our room anyway it's like you do you sleeping in terms of like awake time
your sleep so I like the idea of find smallish bedroom with a huge Baden it doesn't bother me
Did you have a TV in your bedroom as a kid
yeah but one like flu row yellow from fac you would have a nice kid Miss tell Jerome oh yeah yeah yes I love yeah
I'm Look how much I'm smiling cash converters and never did anything from Cashin is never not the converting the cash bit that I was obsessed with go even bought this is disgusting. I can count on one hand how many times I've bought something secondhand
and it would have been years and years ago it was like I bought a clapperboard off eBay and it was one 10th of the size I thought was going to be because of the fire die. Anyway, you TV. So those. I remember buying from Camberwell hundred and $40 something that was tiny needed like the, you know, the woody call it remedies for reception. Yeah, so I had those on top. But I had that in my room. That was cool. I just remember us having like, you know, we had like a family room in a lounge room and convincing mom and dad to allow me to take like one of the TV like the lounge and TV which we didn't use much and putting it in my room. I think it started off probably to play like Sega and stuff like that. See, and then I just like one of my favorite things to do with it as a kid was having like rove live or even like Big Brother up light on it just like the Gowanus light and you put it on be able to flick through like 15 3040
minute timer Did you ever auditioned for Big Brother now I've never auditioned for a reality show Have you ever not auditioned for a reality show
Ed my hitting like the 10 bags
which ones have you done so uniquely you talked about block Matt Tilly being a troll of you and the block I years find out what else well there was
anything that was one
scored you a famous Hall i mean i think fame whole famous whole yes yeah anyway you're being bad what else no I can't remember
maybe like some other shows that were more presenting best when I was on a mission to be presenter yeah
how far tonight me about the process of
auditioning for initial block that's a big one but the reality is they fucking are looking for people with profiles so if you've got really hundred percent
look at the people that are on this year well the Dallas talk show Did you see think of things will be changing few podcasts last year that had a girl on that had like 700,000 followers
yeah that's easy in a bikini master pics but she's a cool chick like she's got a personality and she has a profile Yeah, so
they're going to go with the person with a personally and a profile. So I was talking to Eliza
Hamish Hamish bikes like AI. She does heaps of stuff with Hamish and Andy Shin was on
married at first sight. She was the one of the bridesmaids she was saying how disgusting the producers were. She said was saying that like they don't she had there were two times throughout the day where all the crew were eating and the they got nothing that will like starving. They would be like locked in rooms weren't told what was going on there were asking like when the getting off the boat. And apparently the producer was like, swearing at that. Like, don't you think we want to fucking get off the boat? Like really rude. I'm on
the side of the producer. Why? Because what do you expect a show called married at first sight. When you get two people to get married straightaway. Not the people that are on those shows. Faculty?
No mon they had it. How about this? So tell me about married at first sight. They had to
they had to get their own way to mail from Melbourne to Sydney Yeah, and they got so you know, like there's a whole wedding type of thing. They each got $100 to spend on their dresses for the bridesmaids. So bridesmaids had to if they wanted to spend more than $100 they were out of pocket
I'd be more concerned that I know somebody who has a friend that was on married at first sight
of Alzheimer's like that it has an AI that has a friend that was all married at first sight she was she was on Meredith No no. Yeah as in as in Mary actual Marissa and if you know the person that's getting married or married at first sight fucking different them watch the hell but these are my it's coming from the block guys so you know it's different I definitely think it is because all you're doing is trying to win a house the other one you're you tangled up in some fucking emotional like horrible illness yeah and the blocks had it's fucking bad rag
on shoot like what if you're in your 30s or something so what do you got it like it's an experience yeah I'm in
fact it's pretty clear why you on the block because you want to fucking when the house
right Why do you think you're married at first sight you want
to be famous you recommend hundred percent you don't give a shit about love and maybe someone's a bullshit but really have you not worked out that there's other ways of finding love that's not on national television because you wouldn't if you would genuine genuine genuine genuine about finding somebody wouldn't you probably wouldn't know you
might go on Tinder a that would you Yarra, can you go on Tinder we were you ever single? The very, very good really thought about it
now because I never got to explore. But to be honest, I have always had with any relationship. It's been like that meeting somebody and there's been a spark. Yeah. And I've appreciated a chemistry between myself and somebody else that I almost feel like I'm a bit old school network where it's like a struggle to be on you know, on a on something like Tinder looking to see if chicks hot to the another like other than that. You just thinking that hard? I don't feel like there's chemistry, right? Yeah, so then, but. So like, meeting me was like, Fuck, I had all these other things going on. You know, it's gone. Haha.
Now anyway, but if I it's the first time you said Bona, you're gonna get another text from Joey. Tell me what's a bona my son does not get bonus.
Anyway. So I don't think
anyway. Maybe trying
to say that you don't go on that show. For love. Or you don't go on that show of anything but love. I think it's a bit of a lie.
I'm trying to think if I've ever applied for I don't think I've ever applied for reality. shy. I never. Never for big brother. Now. I know. For me, for me. Sorry. Nothing. I haven't. I haven't done any of them. I don't know. It just feels
I mean, the closest we'll get to reality stuff is the content that we create. And then we were the fucking producers. I've already got my own show on youtube. youtube.com. forward slash Tommy. JACK, how many? How many videos have you done so far? 20. $15. 100. Yeah.
Okay. So you still you still on track. So the
thing is, like, I could pump out I could do a week of just five days. Like everyday video. Yeah. Which I probably will at some point. It's just a bit of a challenge. But the moment I've got what you got to to edit that I've that I've got there. So yeah.
Any recommendations before we go? things that people should watch or listen or enjoy? You've got one. Why do you say that? So I can think of one okay. No, did I tell you about
a book came out? It was. It's on Amazon. But it's also i'm actually downloaded the audiobook, so right. You know. Ryan Holliday, yeah, you engineer. He's the guy who
I think nostalgia alert. I've just looked at my phone. This always happens high. As soon as I look at my phone to do anything. Shari related. My mom has literally just said Jackie found some friends. Jake is my brother and she's posted a photo nostalgia alert of like old do you know not just need like, pop lady. And what's that? What's the right of any Bugs Bunny puppets? Man? You still love them as a kid. But no. So my recommendation just I'm only like a couple of minutes in front for this audio book. But it's by Ryan Holliday. Ryan Holliday was the marketing director all American Apparel at the age of like in his early 20s huge role for the time and he's written awesome books like obstacle the obstacle is the way and ego is the enemy but he's got this latest one cold conspiracy and it's a paid a teal Hulk Hogan
and the anatomy of intrigue so it's all about the shit that went down so hello Peter what happened a Hulk Hogan
Taban a six time you okay he's had How many years have you had three a sex tape came out of Hulk Hogan
on Gorkha and Hulk Hogan sued Gawker with the financial support of Peter teal and Peter teal who's the billionaire you pay to paypal what else is he done Facebook he was a family invest
invest so they can I think out Gorkha released an article A long time ago about Peter teal being gay maybe or something or so he had a vendetta yeah and so I think he spent about $12 million on helping Hulk Hogan Sue Gorkha and which closed gold yeah so they they went bankrupt I watched there's a great documentary about I have seen that yeah so he's fascinated this will be interesting book Ryan holidays very good at sort of taken distracting thing it's
so easy saying it could be a conspiracy
no I don't actually have no idea I think that he might use that story as a what's parable main just not a parable. I'm just feel like it's a parable because I've heard a few people use the word parable lightly. There's been multiple times on this podcast where you've said a really great word but had no conviction in saying that word fact. Man I have we build this parable. A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson has more fucking is told by Jesus and the gospel.
Which side but I guess. Yeah, I guess it is Logan's Jesus. Yeah.
Any recommendation from you? Now? I was to interview what you just said. So Thanks, Mike.
With maybe another recommendation for me sleep. Yeah, it's a it's probably a good trick up. Yeah, we haven't had any gets up and turn off. Turn off your phone or put it on Do Not Disturb. Yeah, if that's
your issue, although I stopped taking drugs. Yeah, that also the heroin won't help
now that will help the slate does it really speed up and get off? Get off speed ever. Thank you, everyone. For a mouse to special shout out. We're going to shout outs every Friday. Michelle thank you so much for the emails. And every time you send an email whilst I'm shocking it you're going to get basically respond like 100 responses to a McDonald's over the weekend. But thank you. We look forward to the P o box bit of my own. That's very exciting. And also to Sean Yeah,
He he he gave us a bit of love on his Instagram story. Yeah.
Sean, email is because if you do something, I'd rather give you a shout out then all of Joshua's rich friends who have businesses that he keeps plugging, so if you do something show on that you want to play. Yeah,
I'll plug it for you there. Yeah, and I'll make sure I pronounce every word like Josh. Hi at the daily talk. Show. Calm and we're on the miles at p o box. 400. Abbotsford Victoria 3067. We're not getting sheet anyone or everyone and it's where a week in two days away from our Krispy Kreme app.
That's awesome. Can't wait Episode 40. Yeah.