- March 14, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Wednesday March 14 (Ep 42) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett. –
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Wednesday and Wednesday of last two days there will be you know, factors the public holiday on the Monday here in Australia in Melbourne. It wasn't across Australia well I don't even know the thing when you have a business the public holidays go out the window my body get well you can will for
the why was I a dog and it will for now it's just something else I do it
but when you get that wrong I think it's just bloke eat like when I feel like you saying something it could be sane as a bit masculine never is quite cute little puppy. Woof woof woof woof woof woof woof like a to just very quickly by Mondays and Fridays which do you prefer in regards to go public holiday
Friday because Thursday still the week so it's like yeah you have a short week leading into it and then Fridays a good day to have off yeah and so people that just redid the launch and it's fun I guess it makes sense talking about the whole masculinity thing I was wondering Can I borrow some he Chester yes you can do
I've got me on the know I was I was hearing a guy having a conversation with someone the other day and it made me uncomfortable. He was talking about like
his wife being at home and he's saying you know
she understands the hours I'm doing because you know I bring home the bacon is like you know fucking nappies. You know free he's got a kid and I was thinking to myself, I'm like, I was like, slightly wincing about the interaction. That was why do you think I was having a reaction? What was I reacting to it? It's, it's,
I think it's an old school. The man putting in more effort than the woman Yeah. And it's like, Fuck, the effort that goes into raising a child is just as much as me at work tapping away, Mr. Computer trying to do you know, client work. Yeah, and it's this perception that, like, the only thing you need is bacon
lackeys. Nice man. It's all good. Yeah, where was this?
It was just within a, like a, like a music industry. Sort of, dude,
I didn't want to reveal the person. I know. I don't mean Who was it? But I was like, way it was the location. It was. It was it was sort of like a backstage music sort of event.
Okay. Yeah, no, I get that. I get that. I was wondering if you ever heard that while Rick Krispy Kreme and Mary Warren
driving here tonight. And I saw this guy on the side of the road wedding for bass. And I thought, fuck, he's on pant road. And the boss only goes up pan, right. And I'm going up pan road. So I thought like the split second. I was like, I should maybe I could ski lift right now. He's not asking for live then. I was thinking about
cars. And he talking? Yeah, I was. I haven't spoken to you about that, like my inkling. Is you? Haven't he checked before he checked it
We talked about accidents prior to the show. I say you can't do
x. It was that Maxim. No, I was doing sound like English math.
Okay, great. It's still an accent. But I will let that one part
that. He will tell you Matt Reiser sections before. Yeah, what are the nodes go to ones, right.
You can do like British ones are fine. Yeah, I think American Americans fine. But as a white person doing like an Indian accent or things like, Don't worry, I leave the radio host. He's good is covered
with the gotcha calls in the air no hitchhiking. Yeah, I've never done it all. No, I've never been the hitchhiker. I've picked people up. And one of the cases that's exact scenario that you're talking about with them saying someone at the bus stop. Yeah, I saw a boy that I went to school with. We grew up from he was in Canada with me and went through high school, he had autism, and he couldn't when he was in primary school, couldn't speak. But then sort of developed some speech and I was sort of thing anyway, he sort of he should have hung around the wrong crowds or things like that. easily influenced, but I I liked him. And so I see I knew where he lived. And I was heading that direction. He was at the bus stop, and I was 19. And I said, He's nine. I said, Hi. And I opened the passenger. I reached out and open the passenger door the real invite and because it was easier actually then trying to do the wind screen because I had like a manual when manual window and I said, Hey, dude, do you want to live to I'm going towards your house now. And he Yoda fuck you
like no, this is
the problem was then the bass was coming behind me. And I'm in the fucking at the bus stop with my daughter. But I did try.
And I'm like, ever since
then, I'm like, I ended up fucking deleting in my Facebook. I'm like, I can't deal with having someone who would any point could just go vegan. And the phase or so. And the thing is that my
my mom works in the area, which he leaves like, where we grow up. And she gets like she said, like this was a couple years ago. Now. She's like, how he came to came in, was asking you that. Yeah. And she was just like, she felt a bit drinking. You wanted to say, Sorry. Now he was. He's like a bigger guy, and all that sort of thing. But it was just
mom was actually a little bit scared of him saying, Oh, I don't know about this. So anyway, that was. So that was my hitchhiking style story. And so the only other time I remember doing it is being Great Ocean Road have done that a bunch of times. And we're picking up people. No, no, just I've done the Great Ocean Road. But I we picked up people once when it was raining. And people walked out, you know, the 12 muscles to drive from the car park and people walk out and people was stuck in the Rhine. And we just pulled over and let them know. That's nice. Yeah, well,
you want lower out not clubbing them. So you didn't go through this. Like there's this whole night night life. Right? says like, all this shit that goes down when there's alcohol involved. And you hope that it's not dangerous. Yeah, there's like a lot of the danger elements probably not thought about when you are intoxicated. So there is like jumping into cars and like jump, you know, getting in with people that you might not think if I've got one story. This was before Uber. Yeah, she's almost two. There was only like three years ago. Yeah, yeah.
So yes. Before we've already been criticized from Michelle for saying scheme pissed off that I'm talking about nostalgia when I'm referring to something only few years ago, but that's,
you know, nostalgia. What a nice idea that the direct message was like, come over. We'll talk about the old times nostalgia, you know, yesterday. The hook is I just get you in now. Let's talk about the old times. I love it anyway. I I was so drunk and the only time I've ever ended up like shooting somewhere and almost just being out of it. I just remember coming to and I was in a car park, I'd gone up into these buildings locked off private car park, and we're sitting of this wall. I just remember just taking big deep breaths
done a few Jaeger bombs as in like water is it like an anxious breath or
Doctor Who yeah yeah no it's not it's not anxious it's not I'm loving this it's like
I need oxygen me cuz I'm gonna spew everywhere it's almost like what I do brain are laughing at a guy watching on a boat you does that do the site mouth op game
yeah you deep breath if you drink you've probably been there before
the second that oxygen and then I woke up actually came to it I wasn't asleep I hadn't been vomiting was like what am I doing? I had this I think I just remember thinking Oh, Scott used to sit down and anyway I came out of this callback so I'm going to get fucking home I was probably 19 yeah and I just from a spelling bees with the student a few Yeah, give them any old dude bread. His name was okay. And he really drink he can drink so he drank on the table. And so I went across the road and I was trying to hail a cab and this guy I was thinking about police had an accent for this one
time what national I'll do
it I'll do one
guy okay. So this little fucking rev for pulls up.
Okay. Yeah. Gone. And
he had a sign in his hand that said taxi drawn on a piece of cardboard taxi. And I got in the car as a fact is, this is fun. So jumped in the car. He's a
big fucking mess.
And I was in St. Kilda, which is a 12 minute drive from my house. Yeah. Where I grew up in in Brighton. And so I just remember
in the car,
putting the window down. You feel a bit seek? No, I didn't see you. But I just remember getting close to home and we pulled out and I had a high cash This is what actually when I carry cash, I don't I can carry cash anymore. So this guy would have been in trouble with my jumped in now. And so I got to that and he touch the dials on his dash pertaining to calculate the free I was like 1250 Thanks. And I gave him some caching. And I go that it was
the weirdest thing and you didn't say my, you know, doing it. Like we don't need to treat this as an improv, Said. It was bizarre. I'd always piece to the right customer to go along with these bullshit. It's amazing. We like to play doctors and nurses. Now. We should always that way doctors and patients.
No backing off
that will be the title of this
show. getting destroyed. It causes strangers I've done it a couple of other times. That was a weird one. Yeah, that was almost like he talking about paid for. What about
people? Like I've there's one specific friend that I'm thinking oh yeah, that is such a dangerous driver that I feel every time I'm in nice car. I feel like I'm in a ti si add. It's just like I want I'll just try and avoid it
gets to a point an age. It's like it's not cool to do any stupid. She's not
even like, it's just like a bit of a creative second tweaked. Yeah,
I reckon I know who this Yes.
And he's just. Yeah, you probably would. And he's just like, distracted, and he's just like talking. And he'll like I don't think he didn't flip his car. Didn't know he did something pretty fucking bad. where it's like, Aw, man, like, I think he must have crashed. You know, Hey, I got in the car with
a nightclub in a lie. And fact, I've got some good stories. And the nightclubs in LA. My friend in Melbourne, hooked us up with this club promoter in LA. It's like it's the base connection. If you actually want to go clubbing in LA, it was like a big dog of the copying world. So micro VIP clubs. You can't get into just walking past with a big dog. Do you just need to part on these things? Yeah, he's a part owner of one of them. And he's just there's a massive promotional company called SP which own a few of the nightclubs and he'd worked for them for years. And anyway, so my mate hooked me up with this dude. And I was and I was there by myself in LA and I went out with him. I called him as I might, what's going on? Yeah, and he's like, yeah, meet me. Blah, blah, blah. And so I just called a cab day I was by myself and I was waiting for him at the front. We went in and we'll pass the crowd like it feels cool when you're with these dudes like I think some of their lives their bits had some injuries it leaving nightclubs Yeah, because for me, the traveler who's experiencing this kind of go in and out of this experience. Amazing. Yeah, the next day you feel shit and you don't ever go back. Yeah, but it is some kind of like cool thing when someone's got power in those situations
which spin out of like pop in and out of those.
So I met this I met a whole bunch of people through him and then we went off to this other nightclub and then I've got like 3am as I fucking are going to go home I gotta lift home with the dude who sang that song Come Malaya Come Come a little butterfly sugar baby cry butterfly who what was the group butterfly anyway that dude I've got a photo of him but he gave me a lift home he'd been on um. I was wondering why I was like fracture I go in this car and then he's mad it's like all he he was on Celebrity Rehab so he's full server series a funding dedicated legal like designated driver and yeah that was bizarre he was a safe drop I feel like we could turn this into a car themed episode he's a cast is another car story
when Fifi box was pregnant and they're just found out it's so funny to think that there's a industry for the spirits like she was having pepper artsy following a when they found out and I was the digital content producer of faith angels there she we have international listeners Yeah, so yeah, faith angels. They were like a Dr. Radio Show. So sort of an FM radio show Fifi box was sort of a radio personality and she was on more like breakfast TV and all that sort of thing and is a friend of mine anyway she was pregnant and she'd gotten should just factor other car or whatever. I think she had a Beemer but they've given her replacement like follow dr and she said Josh I don't want them to be able to basically say that I leaving the building because they at the front right now so she's like can you drive
and I'll I'll lie in the back and then we'll drive around the corner and like we can actually just drive to your house in Port Melbourne where I was living at the time and she'll get out so it
and so anyway I was like okay yeah I can do that so i
i was like driving it was like a big fucking car super expensive and as I was like leaving I was like trying to be as like in conspicuous as possible and went to like indicate left and I saw
that guy that had autism
that's your favorite line that was the I was trying to look as conspicuous as possible as I turn left it was like a real hot sun is day I had turned rather than turning on the indicate I'd put the windscreen wipers on full spiking the Euro cars yeah it sounds and it was just like I'm sure it would have looked like you just say this sort of like fat 21 year old in this like real expensive baby Did you say that people they Why did not but we did I remember when we were in Sydney and at the airport and we just get out of the count all the sudden legislation swamped yeah we even like
yeah I've got like other friends that like where they'll just like they just hang out side the place and even like
my friend who's like the brother of someone who is like who pepper artsy like fall I was like who actually have conversations I'm not fucking
like I know a guy who knows another blog that has a connection is
it's it's a boring story anyway literally like family members who actually like Nori the paps because you see them every day like Oh, hi. Hey, going now they're not in town at the moment.
that we relationship would you ever be a pepper artsy, would you ever do it? I'm a crepe with my camera. As it is, so is that a yes, now, now after saying teenage paparazzo. The film. I served in the Melbourne International Film Festival. Think the guy from entourage or some shit. Center height. It's a doc. Oh
yeah. Adrian Grenier he he know people's names. He's the guy he's the green eyed one. Yeah, he's in he's the main guy. Yeah, Adrian Grenier and, yeah, he
he produced that. Yeah,
he needed that. I think as well. It's about his life as a celebrity. Or is it now you got an iPhone? Good idea. It's the it's a clean can't remember as a teenager like it's a kid is like 15 years old. Yeah.
who basically like fucking hustlers and he's happy. He's like elbowing. The fact out of people getting photos. Yeah, and he's able to use that roads like a Britney. Britney. And she's like, yeah, this is cute. So she gets a good shot. But he's got like, a fucking one day or whatever. You had this a few years old. The one day excellent around it. But it's just like,
like taking a ton of photos. And just like there is something
except exciting about it.
It good hustle from that young kid. Is it the Australian guy he's I think he's gone to shit now. Darren lion are you he's made the juul long Lord man Yeah, yeah.
And so but he was a huge he was a pepper it wasn't just a pepper out. So he was actually he had like a photo agency or whatever. Which would sell them but he also had fake ABS Amazon Celebrity Big Brother and of whack hey yeah, why
like different colors just this really flamboyant dude couldn't really quite understand it but he but he that's marketing right like that's all these brand he wants people to talk about the fake ads he wants people to talk about the hair and and and he's in that movie world it's always it is so Hollywood like used to you see you see pepper it is everywhere in LA Yeah, sure. I'm just get our being pepper it. So I went up and took photos of the pepper arts. He's taking photos did if you
if you had a small budget to spend on plastic surgery.
What would you know? Seriously worth? Like? Man? You got to make a decision on this. What do you want to get done?
Plastic surgery? It can't just be a some Cosmo. Yeah,
no cosmetics. Now let's go cosmetic.
If I had the I just do my teeth. Like they fine. But I just do them again. I've got I've had my bottom lines down like venues and shit.
I'd get my top ones done. You can just get them. Wait. What did you get done with the bottom? Yeah,
that was just a bit wonky. And then I had like back brace and so you can't even see them. The back of your mind. That's low level. Shit. What are you gonna do?
I'd probably de scope my head.
Hey, plugs. A flood? Nah, I don't know. What the fuck would I do?
You don't want to do anything. I really am just pretty happy. Like, I feel like any improvements has can affect him point at whatever else is wrong. Like,
as soon as I get live, or they'll be like, Fuck, he's ice is weird. We're gonna get to some feedback from a Mac. And what does he What did he sign off with shades is shades.
That's that's my homeboy from Sheridan. And my homeboy now too. Yeah, well,
you now lives in Melbourne, Melbourne, homeboy. But
we have sorted out our email, you're a lot more official. Now. We've got our own. I was basically getting all the emails and then just being a real lazy fuck with getting back to people will still get into now Josh is saying is he's popping off the responsibility. So if you don't, it's a shared shared responsibility. Yeah. And we now have on on your phone, for instance, you will get a notification and be told when there's new email, which is exciting. So you've received an email, we've received an email at high at the daily talk. show.com.
What I'm saying is, this is going to lay this out. We still have a few minutes Okay, so we'll get to that yet. Okay. It's a good taste. And
I was in the way here and I was thinking about was saying, Let's go on. Yeah, yeah, it's classic position. Did you literally you're like, fucking anything, have some content? Because all your stories are based on us? Yeah, by the way, it's like 1030 at night. I've been fucking dealing with this fact edit, trying to get shit done and sheets exporting at the moment. So we're buying. We've got time about slaving to I'd like to do a little appreciation piece to Tommy's very busy, and I've been busy and Tommy has made the compromise and come all the way to Abbotsford from St Kilda. So I appreciate
you Tommy Tommy. So
no, this is I had this thought past the way on pit road. Yeah, just gone past the guy that was almost picked up. Yeah, but I was thinking I felt quite good. Like it's light and I should be tied and I was like, now this is like, what the house is bad. This is not you know, you to put in the effort. Like it's, it's like almost energizing thinking about how much hard work you're putting in for something. Yeah, see, that's like, what that whole thing of Gary Vee in the motivational business people selling that motivation. Like it's a it's a thing to tell people you're working hard. Yeah. But my thought around it was the other side of that is me being tied tomorrow and feeling depressed. Yeah. And not. And so there'll be a bunch of people that don't function well without sleep and be putting in 17 hour days like Gary vay, why can't the next day show depressed? Yeah.
Well, I think you know what, like, I've been listening that book essentialism. You need to listen to it from fracking start to finish. Yeah, because it has changed. It is the exact thing that I needed to hear. But it's a single
was I gonna listen to it another way from start to finish.
You said listen to all I
feel like you do two minutes. So I called
the book. Yeah, I read it. Read it. What? How much did you listen to it? Oh
I Leisha so I am no, you just, it's just about priorities. And just being you know, it's like it's it's that cliche of being able to say no. But it's really protecting your time and protecting the things that are important to us. So like, at the end of the day, like if family time is important for you. It's just like you just make it a non negotiable and your fucking don't like I am so quick. My default is if someone asks I want to go for the least resistance so I'd be like yeah sure. Yeah, make it work and what I've been experiencing of light is with throughout this whole saying yes, more what happens is my agenda is filled up by other people shit whereas and the thing is that people have people don't fucking respect you. If you're always just going to say yes and be available there's something to be said with like think that it's an insecurity in ourselves well, it's like I feel like I'm not enough to the point where it's like or that I'm such a people pleaser that I always need to be available. Or I always need to, you know, and for me, and this goes back to one of our previous episodes talking about nourishing and all that sort of thing I think was yesterday
is the essential ism I mean, we've got a brief I can talk in the next room Sorry about that. And the thing about essential ism and what they were talking about is EDS identifying when you are not the right fit for something and sometimes I'm good with it and so the exact the prime example is doing client work and so what I am going to do
over the coming months is really big data being dialed into what I do best and anything outside of that I just want to because I think that like at the beginning you have to you fucking so and you say yes to everything it's like go go go the more you do the better it's all about volume and like wow I like put him in yeah
and literally like our if you if someone sends me something and it's like not the right fit I'm just gonna say no I'm not really the right fit I think it serves a purpose though making these mistakes I know for me learning is like I I will learn very quick if I start working and getting to work and and then thinking about how I'm going with it all this yeah so I mean that just worked for me but it's like you having this realization yeah after she going on for you. Yeah. And reading a book that has message that connects to this stuff and so it's like I hear success stories of everything everyone's had and we caught talked about the crucible moment Yeah. It's like
something full on happens the jolts you into a new thinking? Yeah. And it's also that stretching which allows you to realize because I'm like, is this the path is saying yes. And like, because this, it's a volume game. So there's only just going to be more of this and I so it's about like, cherry picking your life and prioritizing and just like I think it even comes down to things like email, I'm just fucking over at the moment. This expect at like, I've just set this ridiculous expectation around email, where it's like, at the moment when I'm on a shoot. If I don't email back within like, four hours, people will be like, Hi, I'll get a cold or they'll be like, Oh, did you get that? And that's just like, I want to completely restructure things. And I think part of the problem with the businesses that were in his stuff with revisions and things like that, but I think we almost need to take that off a mile. Like I know I'm Dr. Jason Fox,
who I know and I'm doing a video with later in the month What's he doing? He's a organizational psychologist is probably I don't know if that's like the right phrasing he he he's got one of these he's booked here he's sort of he's when you see him an event or something he stands out yeah how to lead a quest is one of the books that he's done most recently unlock new progress through doubt and uncertainty so he's all about like if I can speaking to the big companies of the world the McDonalds and shit like that and being like this is how when everything's fracking changing Hey deal with it this is nice he signed it and ship for me anyway he
What the fuck was I talking about?
This is fine This is why did I
go to grab fucking shit off the bookshelf what was the button that's gonna annoy the shit out of me we need to bring it around yeah we than a time emails oh yes yes he has
a he has a an autoresponder rule feels it feels like we fucking talk auto responders every episode you to respond as a as an autoresponder which says, like, basically, Hi, I'm going to be slow as fuck with the same Oh, yeah.
Oh, that's. That's allowing. You form the expectation and the expectation is on slows. Fuck yeah.
So anything above that is a win. Exactly. And the other thing too, that I'm finding to the more I say about this, I got a potential job. I was filming all of Yes, they didn't have time to do anything from my phone, email, anything like this. I had an email and a phone call from someone Yeah, saying hey, Josh, you know, got your details from someone. So we have this filming for Thursday that we want to do you know get back to us as a papers that we can do put together a quote anyway, I didn't have time to get back to it yesterday. Anyway, this morning at like 8am I got a call I answered it Hello this is Josh and Sarah hey I left a voicemail email blah blah blah I'm like are so sorry about that. Just been on a project I'm
she said, Oh, yeah, we had something for tomorrow for Thursday that we want filmed. I said, I'm actually heading overseas on Thursday and I'll be away but I'll be back next week. Doesn't sound like it's going to work for your timeline. But either either way, feel free to send me an email if there is a future work I'd be happy to look at it then but I wouldn't be able to do this one and she sent me an email basically saying actually haven't looked at Burberry presets me. She's like, Oh, that was nice that they've said that they're going to change the diet. So you make it work that's like, this is the thing I would have like, if I wanted to the hustle and me would have been like a fact. Even if you going away try and get an idea to try and go down. It's It was my business. Like I had a lot of those learnings. early days when I had my personal training business. Yeah,
because it's all based around how many how many sessions can you fit into one day and I've got, you know, 1015 clients that are doing a few sessions awake some three and you needing to juggle shit. Yeah,
and I didn't go to patch up do you bet
match them? But I just gave them this is all I got. Yeah, and people fit into it. Yeah, so because it's an asshole and I saw a bossy it's like, no, this is just what works and people know that that's just what works and it's just back and forth. It's good it's it's it's a good mindset to be into it. Because if you're running out of fear going I need the work I need this so you become a slave to the dollar or a slave to the job and you be feeding everyone else's schedule and it's a it's fraught with danger of unhappiness I think the
thing and I've noticing as I'm saying things like I'll fuck I've spoken about this or spoken about this previously I think what we're hearing from me is this journey of someone who was a massive people pleaser I think for me, I know in a previous episode we spoke about people picking your brain and I was always I really prided myself on like, Oh man, this person wants to hear from me and they want to be mentored by me and I'm going to give them my time and I think that that comes as come from an insecurity of feeling like I'm not enough or that I owe people something or it's like I need to prove to them or that I need to be giving every single person value
I feel as good day I mean it's a connection that's way you getting something out of it yeah the exchange is not one way you're actually being rewarded for being offering up this information it's like but the
thing is that there's the I listened to a podcast that Tim Ferriss did a while ago that was always alone codependency which I was like I discovered I'm like fuck I've had so many codependent situations or relationships where it's like the I have realized after the fact that I've been expecting something like so I'll go out of my way to do all of this stuff like perfect codependent example is right. Like I'll
you know, I'll be doing these things for you all the time. Say it's like every single day I go to you and I walk to you and I get a coffee you know what sort of thing and I'm like, I'm doing this thing and then all of a sudden something happened and I need you to be flexible and then you're like, are now man I can't do it. And then I'm like, Are you serious? I've just spent like the last six months coming to you. Yeah, it's like well, hang on. No, no, that's like that's an internal thing that you've created. This is your own codependency and that's a big thing with codependent people as of like, you give but then you you get really disappointed Wayne it's not met with the sort of gratitude or the response that you're hoping Yeah,
or even the same level of giving on there.
Exactly. And I just can't and so for me, my expectations are so low. I think that a lot of my friendships have flourished when I'm like, actually, you're like you have a friend who's a shocker fucking writing back to texts I've got like, I've had a bunch of them in my life. And then I realized I'm like I am that person for other people words just like where I'm just they always get me on the wrong moment or whatever it is. And it's just like, I look it up and do the equation I'm like, actually, I am probably perceived as being pretty fucking unreliable. And so I try and give people more slack expect less from people and then as well as that writing my things like availability and the you know, the hard balance is that some of the feedback that I get from people my friends is man I fucking love that. Like I'll just call you on a Saturday morning and be like man What are you up to? And you'll be like on nothing and we go yeah, go out and we hang out all day or we go get coffee it's just like it's almost It's enough like I just fucking love that you're always my little faith based but I think it's a net I think that's a way to live
shades for your feedback yeah my homeboy my son boys well this has come through to high at the daily talk show.com any feedback to some love yeah anything would be appreciated what have you send through exempt viruses yeah quick when there's been a virus going around recently Amy got one to her work not a virus I say you'll you'll get it var Craig got one as well Hi sir
basically saying we have footage of you when King send money here or release the footage amazing how much he cried give
he said to me my release it because I don't have a camera on my computer so
shades This is not
ransom a man this is would have a few of your way
Todd obeying first time email a longtime listener I like that that's
is that the ship bang reference I remember on the ship bang the radio show doubt always say that years ago listen to this bank first time listener long time cola no yeah yeah
first for the first time caller longtime listener so he's adapted it from the dinosaur days like radio
Tell me needs at least one do right.
Good one. Hey, guys.
First time email a longtime listener in Episode 39. You mentioned the hustle of the guy selling Coca Cola cans at high school. Do I have a story for you? He's referring to Hugh from high school. Wesley college. Yeah, so me and my actual know just my friend one in particular, let's call him James James discovered there was a spear locker next to his at a high school during his entire year 12 period. James was also a fan of what some may call the devil's lettuce and a lot of people what is the Devil Devil? I think it's Wade. And because he that's why he's using in fact nine. And a lot of people knew this around the school yard. If there was a guy he was that guy. I'm not sure if if you remember the extra cheery bottles but if you measure it up, it's a pretty perfect size to drop what a rapper Snoop Dogg calls a little bit of sticky icky inside it it's like a bong nobody's making Yeah,
I feel like it's an extra bottle. Like it's a
joke on dropping names. As Josh doesn't seem to know any popular musicians on earth who ever existed. It would also conceal the smell shades works for like a record label. So he was Snoop
Dogg. I know that he went on Martha Stewart show.
Okay. Interesting reference to you see where you come into contact with rappers. It's
on a fucking
Martha Stewart show. All right, you may know where the story is going. So I'll keep it short and sweet. a transfer of cash between James and he's let's call them medically enthused clientele came via a handshake whilst at the same time James smoothly dropped a locker key into friends pocket or hand smooth the buyer would then go to the locker open up the extra cheery bottle and pick up the green nugget of sacred holiness so he was literally just using the extra thing yeah
storage device rather than a bomb. Yeah,
I did go to a Catholic school in brackets. The buyer would then give James the key back be on their merry way James is in jail now I'm kidding. He says
point of the story the hassle with real in high school he made a shitload of cash and entrepreneurs start from day dot remember when entrepreneurship wasn't considered cool story for another time, though, and that Coca Cola story you mentioned brought me back to the time when I was in high school. I'm not James though. I swear I'm not James is a well he's the he's the guy getting the K he's snitch now you know I love it
thanks thanks shades like that may mean that shit life he grew up and ship it and that's what's happened I mean you don't do drugs but I feel like you're very street smart you have a sense they think what how much does marijuana cost? And then like what is how do they make profit like what's that like did they just mark it up significantly like who who does the marketing
is talking to me the other day and we're talking about like drug dealers ever really clear profit margin they buy it for one price and they sell it for another and there's a profit inventory and we'll we'll laughing because it's like the fucking profit margins in your business after you take at marketing advertising days is like it's so diluted and unclear where is drug dealers by 1000 pills for 20 grand and sell them for $30 a pill so they make $10,000 because they get so it's really clear that they buying they have to buy volume
been they sell and then they sell a smaller amount how many levels do you think hearing like marijuana for instance probably less levels and say appeal or something like that because I guess
less levels meaning what
less hands that is going through like a pill having a
manufacturing process where it's getting pressed and it's getting old make sure the drugs and that's why people are worried about nowadays with a fucking come from unless you know the person making them yeah and so there's levels of drugs that are less dangerous How do you know
people I mean not that you do I to be clear you know to drugs but being an all of these scenes and shit you you say these things and being the faculty inquisitive type you're the type to find out this sort of information how do people find out whether drugs a good quality or not cocaine what is the what is the quality in cocaine? What are people looking for? The smell, the smell and the look okay well it's like the causes hills like do they logos mean something Yeah.
But then it's like I used to be saw it when I was going to nightclubs when I was younger, it was cold, fabulous. Okay, basically review site, these are still around, right? So you can actually jump on and see what pills are circulating and what the review says about them interested in I remember, there was like
these certain type of pill going around when I was probably 19 green Mitsubishi's for any party guy was out there they're probably thinking
well I don't know just really strong pills are you take pills and it's like they literally had pieces of glass in them I sold them
to glide one is what's that meant to do? It was like fucking dodgy yeah is it like then so there was like the good ones and then so like the ones that legitimately works then there was these other ones that we going around so some Bogan any sheds probably putting together the ones that look the same and crushing up a big glass
back around that shit
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