- March 9, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday March 9 (Ep 39) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett.
Friday night in St Kilda and too tired for a better description!
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It is the daily talk show everyone and it is Episode 39 and it's a Friday painting the picture it is 9pm on the dot. Yes. Nice. We're in St Kilda beautiful, balmy evening. We have the fan going. It's just sort of blowing a as a word. I mean you you've painted that nicely. This fucking toys everywhere from my son
My wife Amy. She's sitting on the couch. We're sitting on the ground. Yeah, but it's not. We're just.
I wonder if I do you think lying back. Remember you? One of the only times you made me stop a podcast? Yeah, start from scratch was from when I moved into a position where you couldn't say means you probably you know you really have a conversation we either looking at them or the least within your line of sight you have behind me. We like the idea of just like laying back right now. Oh, did you would have heard that in my voice. I think this is quite nice. I feel like almost in a therapy session. You're looking at the ceiling. Is this real? Is this what therapy like? Is this a standard therapy move? What I know I don't know that like the traditional therapy say on movies where it's like they lie on that couch. Yeah, be
I don't know
where you we sitting up
now. I was just sitting in the chair. I mean, you've been to therapy or psychologist if you've lived in the chair doing it
just sat? Yeah, I don't know. I think that's just Hollywood made movies out to be written. Maybe it's rich people that live in New York and they get the mahogany chair because it's just like they're paying a grand for the session and they're actually that they're paying for gold class
psychology. You know,
how's your day been?
It's a bit of a catch up because I feel like you and I haven't spoken much like
Yeah, well we were meant to do Nando's lunch. That's right. And we did it we got a coming past in St. Kilda,
skateboarder because skateboard no no let's just keep push would you call it is the song kick push by Lupe Fiasco okay kick push cake don't know push and Coast anyway it's cool person so don't ever do that again yeah
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you do it then smart ass
kick Polish solution coast that's cool it seeks out anyway this is Skype pass
or you went to man those
Skype back at the end of the street and so I he people doing going past like 3am going down for sky really anyway that's weird winter Nando's we they stepped up our order okay what about it's always fucking This is always net Did you tweet them? No no no no this is the best kind of stuff haha so they brought over
two meals yeah and then brought over another two meals and before you know we were all confused because everyone was I did you order that no I didn't know that did you get that and so they just brought double did I realize they didn't k yeah and then we had already started channeling into like the chips and stuff
and next minute we just had an extra food choice and would have been wrapped he's wrapped I actually probably hit more of it but I
was happy it was like I'm sure they just would have taken it back to the kitchen and we got cold and so we we put it to good use every spoken about our reaction at restaurants, I think we have about whether you complying I actually remember specifically Kempton ordered a rice I think and they gave him chippies or something? And when he said, when I said on my fact up your order, like we should say something. Yeah, and he was like, Nah,
that's nice. I think we've talked about that on this
hour. That in store like in regards to stories was that as the worst you said the word chickpeas, chickpeas, if it was a Peri Peri writing of a story. It was the lemon and hub. Yeah,
and you always want to get hot, because it's never that hot. If you
could tell the story that I Oh, the question that I used to ask people to understand what they were like, as a human. I'll get you to answer it. Okay. If you can have if you could have. So it's there's two different versions of the question asked both of them. If you could have any cuisine in your house full time like a restaurant? Yeah.
What would it be? The old me would have said Italian. Yeah,
I bought feel like when I asked you last. I was speaking to the old you
know, I would have said Mexican. Because the thing is, the thing is Mexican, you can have it for me.
He can have a body little tax. It's got. It's like, you got your nachos.
You've got everything
euros after I think like it's so I would say Mexican as well. Yeah, but that was got it getting me You just doing that. Then, hey, we speak to see talking about like the real obvious conversation
and I want to ask, I asked you have the assembly call
Christian, but I am i was i was playing around with the ID. I was listening to this person having this conversation with someone. Yeah,
at a restaurant and brain. I would just listening and it was the most mundane thing that lets like, I'll tell you what the story was. Yeah. And then you can try and say how you can you can bait it from a mundane level. It's such like a cliche, boring, Filling in the gap stories. It's like, Ah, this is Tinder date night. And it was like a group of friends. And they were talking about they're like, oh,
I've been thinking about getting a bone. Hi. Can I go? Oh, really? Why? Like, yeah, I'm just fighting the walk to the train station is just that little bit too far. No, I yeah. I just felt like that. You. I just. It's such a basic fucking conversation. Like, it's all it's, it reminds me of the defaults that I get into with Uber drivers. Right? I'm just like,
what, what David graph with these people are, they were, um, they would have been in their late 20s, maybe early 30s was the men in the situation? Yeah, yeah,
there was. It was a, I think there was a I think there was a guy I think there might have been, might have been one guy and two girls I've been would have been the Don
I Amy you and your girlfriends have some of the most basic conversations from my side. Like from my view to it. Amy sort of looking No, no. But what I know about it looks like Dennis she's like this is the talking to them. Like I'm almost sympathize empathize and for those that group of people that you're sayings borings fact because I looked at me and she loves hanging out with a friend and just talking back and forth like in it and it's like, it's doesn't matter what the combo is just talking about how you wanted a box but you loving it so true.
I mean, doesn't have
any say find some of yours and I've been rubbish I just said like, let's have a go. Let's try and go from mainstream conversation.
You I want you to stop. This is our first time maybe it's because you
go so deep. Like your fucking first question to me. Whenever we see each other was the highlight of the day. It's fucking 9am. Dude, I got up for an hour and a half ago not match the way of you a forcing gratitude novice super deep, right. So it takes a lot of thought sometimes you just want a bit of a surfer. So this is the perfect opportunity,
right? How do I just made a stop first?
Yes, I do. You
know what I was thinking the other day the thinking of trying new foods you were? Yeah, it is. Yeah. Because I just I'm feeling like I'm eating too much Uber Eats
and I saw a friend at work the other day and they had some of the little lamb protein balls and our new foods, what are they say? Yeah, I was wondering that myself, actually. And it breaks down to about $12 a meal. So what
would you spend on Uber?
Or will say that's the thing so it would be in the five don't like you'd have to $5 delivery but the thing is that when I was trying to work out is if we were good at meal prep on a Sunday we would definitely it would be a lot cheaper and then that's when you would care to 100% be cheaper but you don't do it Josh I'm like I know that's why you foods is good for me to have a conversation Are you just talking about yourselves in the house this is what the daily talk show Michelle's feedback on the last one saying that I'm talking over the top of you the best way to get around it is purely having conversation with myself I want to hear you had so that was how do you write that in a basic conversation? Yeah,
I mean, I you know, I actually thought about your food before so it's kind of you know, but this is the thing you know, you can get you foods in like, just little fucking he playing the game or not now not playing a damn damn damn game. You go on about the food, you can get it from IGA. So yeah, they're like little like a little ones in the city. Like this quickie, Matt. You're
literally doing exactly what I wanted.
Can you please just have one go at a basic conversation
it's hard isn't when you think about it, but just give it a go on this is one or two or so
how was the traffic on pen wrote tonight? I actually wasn't too bad. But there was a tiny bit because of Ed Sheeran. You sure there's not too wasn't delays in like upon Rodney rabbit's foot? Oh, yeah. New the corner. Yeah, there's been a bunch slightly instruction you. Penrose bit annoying. You know, just in general. annoying. Yeah. It's
almost like with punt ride they they got the letters on the front big stuff you know, you pay with
men to be saved. Right?
insane. That was quite good or bad. Yeah, pond road. Good like playing your data
we need to do I would love to build in some segments where we just have these regular thing Joe, like, close the loop. And I tried to get Yeah, and ground. I'm glad that we haven't actually had too many more closer looks because it just means that we've fucked up. Yeah, it's true. It's true. Is there anyone listening to this that you have been surprised with? are like paper mill reached out from your world? Yes. And people are Na Na. I'd be surprised that no one's listening. No, no, no, no. It was surprising hearing getting the email from God yesterday. Yeah. Old friend from high school. Yeah. wouldn't have seen in 12 years or something like that. That was cool. What about you? Have you have you had any interesting people listening?
I caught up with Gideon who I talked about yesterday's Polka. Yeah, he said he had a few ideas the pockets I can't even fucking Where did he have bodies? We were talking about just video ideas. But one thing he did say was
I mentioned something about Telstra and he met oh and he know he mentioned something about it so he knew like until they differ yeah it's
so it's more interesting when someone reveal something I've heard on it that's cool. Now I haven't had to be honest I haven't really interacted with PayPal lightly the you know that's true you know that's true
you were when it comes to a bill payer How do you pay your bills you a guy who he paid on time do you get a direct debit did it
I mean pies a lot of them. Yeah, good seriously logistics of the house. And like I am so thankful I me that you pay all the bills for my like, all of the rent and that she had. So my point is, I pay my phone bill. Yeah,
only because I said to me, I'm not gonna put it on direct debit, because they fact the bills that literally that's my number one tip for people is do not put your phone bills as direct debit, because when those factors take 500 bucks when they're only meant to take 100 getting that money back will be an absolutely cluster. I can see exactly what happened this month with my phone bill. Yeah. But then, Amy, how long does it take you to pay all of our bills awake? actually bring her up to the microphone. This is me. So this is cute. crawled up under the care of this is really nice. How long does it take you to pay all of our bills
Three minutes, three times a month.
Time invest. js? I'm not. I'm not giving you that ever again. It's how it's actually easier than what we thought that it probably took me
quite a few hours to work out the systems of initially, but now that they're set up I'm is a bit off Mike. Tommy. But that's okay. So she may be quiet. She's never the punch through of my mom's. That's okay.
lovely voice. No, no, he's a singer. Bullshit. I got an EP out on iTunes, Spotify.
This is fucking No, I didn't know that. Do you play guitar as well.
Now guitar can be.
So now we've got an interview. Josh is interview. Yeah. They
said this is music. Yeah, this is this. I've never done the show. Live media. Georgia. I'm the First Lady Byron cook. This is buddy. Australia's top music thing. So any serious guys? I may tell me. What. What's your API about?
Um, it's about a lot of things. Probably. Mostly just relationships old. Like your previous relationships. Some
and some of the girl that I was playing while riding with
her relationship. I
know your relationship with your the girl you're playing with. I see what you felt every young this you big. We do that. What you just trying to pressure on relationships. No, I'm just kidding. Amy said that. So. Okay. Interesting. And so how did they do it? Did your love of singing come from Christianity from church and all that stuff? Yeah, probably. And my mom was always singing and my dad plays guitar. My brother plays bass. And my sister plays guitar and piano and clarinet. And What instruments do you play? I sing. I sing. Yeah, no, I didn't know if he played. I thought I asked. If you like you said I'm sorry.
So can you Did you ever get into cover cover songs? Are we aware your journals? Okay, favorite cover song?
There's so many great songs. You know, this is turning into a live set in a few seconds when we pick Tell me what song and I want to hear you punch it out.
I always really love singing like a lot of jazz. So I liked seeing
Can you go something a bit man strain me
How about I make you comfortable by starting I think this this is not about me. Come fly with me. Let's fly four bodies a slate of our babies in the other room. And he will have not made was that jazz though. That's the only job postings jazz. So go. I mean, can you sing us something she's doing over here? Is
that something that when people go you know, to sing? Can you sing for us? Is that happen a lot? Not really.
Tell everyone that Amy for two years. Maybe
she doesn't get a rental. And I have it? Yeah,
this is where we're very different. Like I I know how to juggle like, and I will share my we've all seen on the live stream. And we want to say less of it. That's what was already back. embarrassing thing was I went to I went to quad quad blocks office and was doing a bit of juggling for the for all the people. And I was doing okay. And then one of the guys was like, are like, just sort of took the balls and just started fucking juggling is? Oh, we got a fourth Boykins. Right that might
be that. Yeah. The chair. Just. I was so embarrassed. Because I might. He's this guy who wasn't really making a big deal of it. But I mean, can you sing us a couple of lines?
Annoying night? Do you want to see
I can. Yeah, there we go. The thing is, though, obviously I haven't sound for a while and I haven't warmed up. Always
the caveat around the other creatives give the caveat of Yeah,
I haven't done yeah, I don't use this camera. Normally. I'm not sure what the device always brought trauma. It's pretty like it's it's midday, it's gonna be the harsh lie. We don't have ND filters. So anything
that really good Josh he knows his camera guy named Dave he was good. I can I may say you're about to sing doing is just what do you want to sing? What's your
imagine that this is Australian Idol. And really get into the mic place. Right. holding it down. Yeah. Thank you and get nice and close to it with like a I'm holding it. Is that all right
now? Yeah, that's good. I just want to make sure that we're getting a nice and clear. All right. And so let's just pretend that I'm Simon cow. Yeah. Okay. Ready? Hang on. And can you say action?
Oh, okay. What's your name? My name is Amy jacket. Okay, Amy, what do you do? I work at an advertising agency.
What brings you here?
This is what I say. This is good banter guy.
And I thought that my life would end up in one direction. And here I am. So I'm I guess I'm just hoping for a new life.
Greg. Greg right. And what do you what are you gonna typical answer? Yeah, that's very good. Now you need a sob story. You saw what happened to you.
Me clicking Add documents to go.
You've got a very supportive relationship. Everything. scribe and what's. What song are you gonna do? I'm gonna do two lines of Fly Me To The Moon. Okay. And yeah, when you're ready,
Fly Me To The Moon. And let me play manga style.
Let me see what spring is like. on Jupiter. and
beautiful. Go. We made it round of applause.
The Olden Did you did you sing at your wedding? No. It's not a thing to do. I think it's a thing to do. But I didn't. I would 100% be seeing I'd be juggling. I'd be singing it'd be a full I'd have improved 100% would have improvisation. You would have the most knows sweat I've ever seen are going on before I'd learn how to play the guitar and learn how to do that thing with a with cod's. Let's light cone shuffling.
shuffling the cards. Okay. So when do you bring it out? When was the last time that you actually sung
one of my friends asked me to sing at her wedding. And I hadn't sung for quite a while. And that was I think the first time Tommy ever saw me sing. That was probably the last time really tell me. What vibe Do you get watching it? Does it give you a little? What did you say? tingling, tingling, tingling, you think? Oh no. I definitely feel the nodes. The nerves the nerd night. It's like if I think when you partner does something, it's like you feel that as well.
I was growing my life
now. It was awesome. I actually Snapchat and that whole thing I'm really
is. This must have been a while. I think I wouldn't be born snap. Yeah. Yeah. I loved it.
It was great. She did really well. YouTube stories.
You're telling me about YouTube software to that YouTube
stories. looks identical to Instagram snapchat stories. It's
amazing that they literally call it the same thing. Yeah,
there's no fucking around with with coffee. It's what Zuckerberg did. He's like, Well, we've clearly copied the story function and we're using Snapchat Yeah. Instagram stories. Gone fracking. Boom. It's like on the rise. He had a like a hockey stick growth snapchats continuously. I saw this cool graph. Yeah. Yeah. The other day of like, the users of Instagram stories. Instagram. Interesting.
Thank you. I mean, by the wife of being involved
with that have been us singing that cause not just what's
that cable? Sorry, baby boy. He just wants a bit more water. But Instagram stories. Yeah, sorry, YouTube. Sorry. Yeah, you have to be invited. So you need to probably have a certain amount of subscribers to actually
as you go. What's wrong with him?
He's in this screaming mood at the moment is right. It sounds very cute, though. Still is the Facebook? Yeah. How much time you actually like? What if you would go through social networks? Where are you spending your time? Instagram? Facebook? YouTube? I watch like, I watch long form stuff on you on YouTube. Yeah.
Long for many, five minutes. An app. And so I probably spend
I probably spend more of my time there because I'm watching videos. Yeah.
How do you consume it? Is it on your phone? Is it on my phone? Well, we don't have smart TV like you that can we can play back. What do you think of the smart tip? Like when you were at our place? Do you think the smart TVs good? Or do you think it's just seek fact? It's so good. Okay.
So you would potentially do that? I have that eventually. Yes. I yeah. We've actually got nowhere in a house really to put it within a small place. But it's like it's actually nice. Not having a TV. Yeah, we see. We see if we want to watch company. We jump into bed together, getting away from the baby. He's a nice room and we watch Netflix on our on the laptop, which is nice. And so we just shut it off. If we want to go to sleep. It's like you're gonna be in the lounge room. I actually think I'd
probably I don't want to have a TV in my bedroom. Now. We talked about that the other day and we'll talk about as as kids and TVs and bedroom and things like that. I nearly Yeah, I think that we all go through the stages especially if you're in a flux of working hard in this way we're talking about is a sprained an extension of that. I think one of the things that you do is you self medicate or use drugs exactly is no, no, no, you you realize you say Okay, you know what? I'm going to treat myself and everyone's got their things. I nearly bought a ps4. Yes. from Amazon. Stupid. It is fucking dumb, wasn't it? And it reminded me of I was never into games as a kid. And my first job as a kid was
I registered my business. Josh Johnson productions when I was 14. And my first job was freelancing for channel 31 show called Reuters. Life. And I was pleasure. padam. The Hot Rod. Yeah, it's like a hot rod Car Show. And I was paid $24 per minute that I edited. So every minute that appeared on the show, I'd get $24, and I remember my brother, convincing me being like, Man, you should get the Xbox 360, it'd be sick. And so I edited like three long form interviews over a weekend and I got enough cash to get the Xbox 360 and bought the xbox three events from your mom. You said you'd pay that I literally like bought it myself. Because the the client was with paying. Yeah, the myki amazing
thing was that I never use I paid 1100 dollars for it, then, man What the hell I know. And then I saw it as my brother. Probably a year later for 300 bucks a one out of that. And he was the one it was the one that should get it. You should get it and I sold it to him for like a quarter of what I paid. The worst thing your family actually out, like 1400 dollars in total, is that as a family you really lost that it's your brother. Kind of one point next will sense he lost. I remember. I also sold I've never sought we've spoken about this and how bad I am at selling secondhand things. But what I did I sell internally within my family feels easier. I remember I sold my j five like my tower computer. My brother for $300, for whatever reason was always the he was getting a good deal on all this shit. But I bought it was always because I was like, needing to buy something. And I bought this would have been 2009 maybe. And it was a pain. And I say that mole skin have brought one out now too. But it's a pen that has a little scanner at the tip. And you buy special notepads and you right and as you write it and he it saves that. So like years ago there was she'd had Yeah, so that would save it. But the cool thing was, was that it was recording audio at the same time. Did you know about this? So what you could do is if I was in a meeting, I could write notes, and then I could press with my pain, any part of the notes and it would play back the audio from that specific time. What are you a robot? You can't just do this normally. I know but that was the thing like where I feel like we haven't gone yet is in recording the, like recording our meetings. Ryan the like, we just haven't that hasn't been a thing or do you like how would you feel if someone was coming to a meeting and said Hi, do you mind if I record this? I remember I'd be happy with it. It'd be a bit we'd would you start changing your language maybe. But
yeah, I might definitely to be a bit more choice with my words. Choice, bro. choice. Yeah,
but it's fine. But then the problem with that is like, then you have to listen back to it. So you need again, the patent of listening back to something and I've recorded interviews without people knowing on the phone just for mine. Not nothing to put out or anything but
just for me to think about what it shows on TV like client stuff, not stuff with like, I remember I did my job my job interview I remember I ended up telling my friend who did the phone interview who I later worked with she was in HR but yeah and I remember I recorded the conversation so I could play it back to pray because I'm fucking fine idle love love the smell your own voice that and job interviews
that's fucking we fact gonna thrive job interviews or a piece of piece it is so easy to talk to someone and have a but the thing is like job interviews are fucking dumb they don't tell you anything just
job interviews at scale like when when there's 40 people coming in for the one role is the silliest thing yeah and I've always known that it's like I don't think I'll I can shine in that moment but you mean like group interview no but like like some roles I say any most jobs that are advertising line they've probably 40 resumes coming through yeah how you gonna cut through with a resume and then how are you going to cut through it like once you once you they right it's like you're either putting on a show So what I'm saying is all of the jobs I've got I've never had never done in straight interview yeah that you call it always been through connections or you know knowing someone there that sort of let me just get in front of some Marie and actually make them one on one or so it's interesting I've Yeah, I've had that stuff do you
know the one thing that I don't think I've ever told you which you might find interesting you know visual domain yeah production company that's just on Nicholson straight they specialize in like the whole niche was
real estate videos. I think something I actually
applied for, like an account manager role there in 2010. I think it was just like send them an email I would have been a shocking like, that would have just been like middleman. One I want like just being like, literally sat like, No wonder I never got a call about I never called you back now. crazy, man. I sent like my regiment and stuff. But it would have been all this editing and technical shit where you don't like when they work. I would have only been at like, you know, 10 people or something like that at the top 50 now. Yeah.
So where have you were some of the places that you've ever you actually applied for places? Oh, I've handed few resumes in when I was 17 at Jims. Yeah, and then after that. It's only when anyone's ever said or Hi, can you send me an interview? I sorry, say me. I say resume. And I was like, Fuck, I don't have one. All right. I'll put them together the same whenever late. I honestly haven't used one
was your first job at a gym. What was your first
year I walked in there. I walked in. And I did hand the raising my hand. But I walked in and I spoke to the people. Yeah, that's the point.
That's the point of difference there is you're actually went in and I can talk even though then I'll 17 myself and I was nervous, unselfconscious whatever Yeah, but I still was like you know us the ability to connect with somebody on on that you know on that level so that was that and then I just rolled into all the other stuff from the US food stuff or any like real kitty sort of roles now I did I'm pipe around Oh that's cute mean mean James we did Piper and cutest thing I've ever heard
from geez you'd be fucking smashing it through windows with me yeah remember? Yeah so it was a few other kids that like I think James even into the prescription rounds like we deliver medicine to fit all people drugs not
not that kind too young but there was like yeah what were they called prescription rounds there was legit thing so you go and deliver the prescriptions probably doesn't have I
would have missed out Dre alert but I'm getting fucking I'm loving this shit right now see me you can see I've got a semi and with 31 minutes in bank okay be short but I just remember it's an official I was true
I was really into like I actually remember now I was an employee of the school as well I was part of like the chair monitors so I would put the chairs out for assemblies and if it was a full school assembly I put out the carpet I remember that I also had with labor I you yes you're on the fucking books you're a part time worker not only that Id you in jail
doesn't know I did all their file that I was quite good at admin stuff so I would do I remember I was getting paid to do like this the the newsletters like putting the staple like stapling the newsletters but not only that I'm getting fact I'm loving this fucking the still enjoying my styling and ship I remember the the craziest thing that I did for them was cleaning graffiti from all of the lockers look at Josh has gone crazy
have I remember they gave me like aerosol black paint and you would just spray over them I just remember like as a 14 year old like
coughing it Hi I'd be like a blow my nose it would just be black because I wasn't like where he crying but it would literally I was trying I didn't even know what at the time fact
that there was a kid at my school This is will finish on this because we've got almost gone over its name is Hugh and he was running effecting a ring a soft drink ring out of his locker it by itself the cans of coke for $1 cheaper than the school yeah and he and he was making haptic cash because he
would have been like 70 cent like because what he was buying and
55 maybe even 30 cents like yeah you know by slabs 24 and then he's selling them for dollar age like he's probably making 15 1012
bucks a slab but he was selling so many of them every day he's coming to his locker and like even the principles got involved yes counter all the principles board I thought happy we're going to get a drink those affecting their bottom line I remember the canteen was trying to stop I was the SRC president now to talk to you yeah that we're trying to stop how many sausage sizzles we were doing because we would ruin their business because basically sausage sizzle day no one is packing going to the canteen and I think and they were contractors like that was a contract so I feel like it was almost a conversation whether like guys you get five sausage sizzles a year that you can use and they need done and then you're done but that was one of my favorite stories is the as SRC president me trying to get healthier options in the canteen and I've got the email that I sent which had my recommendations for healthy options This was when I was 14 and I said one of the healthy options were milkshakes
it's still such a funny thing isn't it that my frame of mind was a point where like you know what the soft drinks a fucking terrible first you know we made Milk Shake Shack this milk is good for you but the you're the salt on the soft drink thing very quickly the taxes he said this will be this will be this is Tito I fought on that this is what happens with nostalgia it all starts to conduct a year semi job and you start running the math on that it's not like it all starts connecting but know when we're at school camp the teachers would bring cans of drink and they would use them as ways to get the kids to put their tense up and stuff so I'm ever been like fact if I thought this through I could have packed a whole thing it can I was just trying to get out of stuff myself right so I was like if I could you know give a can of coke and now we didn't talk to you the kid didn't do it and I didn't have the baddest saying I almost no one no one can I almost put the money on that person really on point knowing isn't doing guys remember that it's been the daily talk show we didn't get any emails today or we got one from Michelle who was just giving me an update on the package I'm very excited that we're receiving that should be Monday I would say next episode we're coming to you live from crispy crispy crime What do we when we when we doing that do we know we're doing it on Monday we should should
do it you have a holiday here you that was
I bring an Amy will obviously help project manage and we'll we'll do I think I might actually fast tomorrow and Sunday in preparation i don't know i don't want to bring it you know you know you had such a go at me about me talking about my food. When I had to say about my peanut butter slice for breakfast two separate people asked find out more and I saw your Facebook Messenger my I'm shocking on that. I'm all it was. Was it piece of toast guys. Just a nasty piece of toast
you actually completely missing what it was we done daily talk show. We'll see you from Krispy Kreme and Josh can give you an airborne if he remembers of is silly. pasted