- April 6, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday April 6 (Ep 59) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett. –
We haven’t done much nostalgic content lately, so we ask the question; What sort of kids were we?
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It's the daily talk show everybody on yeah we're on we're running. Wow we 50 Josh is done
with 5050 I just done a podcast with my mind who is next door at my office. You can go here and had a 45 minute combat. Sorry
about that. And now I'm rushing to get this down. We've got 30 minutes so Bernie Mac be prepared for a 30 minute episode nothing more. We're sorry about that we're at your office again. How much time do you spend coming out with emails before you hit Save the other a while the the other day for the very first time ever I use some sort of shortcut which sent the email or not for it was read on it was annoying because I'd sort of I was trying to come up with a good way of saying something that's said it twice. So really it was like a
half assed was sort of enjoy its Facebook you know how you can enter oh sorry Return key the message yeah on a computer
see how you know halfway through a love poem? Well this is some people who will
put everything in a draft first without putting in the email address you do that I feel like someone I know does that I usually just remove I'm replying I wrote earlier email delay their email
us your just in case I pull a JJ and not the bit wary. Now the
exciting thing happened to me yesterday well in the sense of I discovered something that I should have been doing for a long time brushing your teeth now I do that regularly my mum's attend to us hey where he says Jansen wearing Andy no not not at all of that but I appreciate the other day when we when I had a client meeting me downstairs and you said How might just put some shoes on yeah you gotta gotta put shoes it's not boho productions socks I'm working from home but no it's around you know I like me on you know I've talked about Amazon Prime and I get very excited about the opportunity of getting things delivered it only occurred to me yesterday Why the fuck am I not using words or calls online well they offer free delivery coaster yeah and we'll we'll use is like fairly inexpensive and so I did just that when yesterday it come it's Yeah, it arrived. So I tried to do calls. It was like 1:30pm I said to Bray I don't feel like going to the shops I'm like what we're doing it let's do I can Cole's online. Yeah, so that was my first preference went through did all the ordering and then
the timelines that are could arrive was like midday the next day. So the key with these if you're going to use any of these services doing it in the morning is the best option because it was like 140 all of these times to be able to get it disappeared you just reminded me I me Tell me about this. She did tell me that during the days free but most people aren't fucking home during the day
Yeah, there's a premium for peak time so like 6pm if you're getting delivery for I think it's all worth maybe well so we'll words I think we may be spent 12 bucks on delivery and delivery however the
the savings because it's got like the little sort of ticker on how much things are so fucking good. Like just like what else can we get? What else do we want? I fucking loved it. And so so we went with all words in the end and I had two tabs open and so I was comparing what we would have paid for colds versus Willie's and even though Willie's we hand them the x like the delivery cost it actually came through cheaper right you said earlier this week and on the podcast that you get a bit funny before you go away you get a bit anxious there's two things that happened one of them is going to be a calm a love a bit of a calm This is the faxes I'll say it again no one I don't think anyone's ever said that sentence going to be a calm I think they do it well it will definitely be a thing if it already isn't. But so I had the option of selecting different times in the morning yes I could do think it was like between six and 9am or five and I am someone listening is probably thinking Josh has nothing on it nice live I've got
this morning and you said I said what's up today said I've just got to do a bit of cooking What the fuck are you or have ever fucking just that a hometown guy who's
who doesn't leave the house you're gonna say a housewife he was excellent
I realized that that's a bad thing to say yeah well
we all make mistakes over here right? Okay well you just made one so I said yeah I did the know the this
is two girls in the room it's just fucking shaking their head shaking their head at me I'm so sorry. They're actually laughing okay yeah
because they're just this is the shift that we've put up with a whole lot yeah it's bad no so the it's good
that I stopped myself though isn't it yeah and
that was very good that you're filtering and that you and that you reflect and you realize and you're just you
it's probably if you've recorded yourself constantly it would be more of a filter like I think we put a filter on this to not be outrageous
yeah we still be pretty outrageous yeah we have at home well you know I've got like the security camera in the the home office which picks up sounds from other rooms and if brain I have an argument though like she's done a bit of a let's pull up the I didn't I can say that put up the hollow and that that has always the rule has always been with the security camera you cannot fucking default to the security cameras document it's it's not you can't prove he bring to the yeah the jury exactly it's no so I did the so the anti question I do have I do do things a bit on that's why we rush I do finish this podcast and I just it's it's at the moment it's that type of work which isn't necessarily like it's it's less sexy long fucking emailing meeting people having phone calls and once you do that when you break it down into fucking 30 minutes or one hour increments it's just amazing how quickly if I can goes but no so I decided to do the morning so it was out of the way and because I'm doing a slow cooked lamb I need to put it in the oven early
I have you put in you know
all right there we go. Settle dash dash Europe. That's what the house why
is it that? I was gonna say that.
It's not like, you know what, like, given when you consider old people and what I do and what they say like, it's fairly I know somebody who I won't say the name because it's fact without even thinking.
bless their heart
said, I don't know what you're about to Saigon. Chuck
n in the woodpile. What does that is that an old saying? And really in, I guess what I'm saying. And it's an old it's an old term that is if it's from probably slave days have fact is that Yeah,
and that it even sort of made its way he
sucked in so many ways. I don't do well with them. Confronting when people are being a bit sexist, or homophobic or racist. Or like, I, what do you mean? Like, I don't know. Well, I do. Yeah, I call you out. But
like, I was doing work with a not a client, but someone who was doing work with a client, just an older dude. And we just say things he can't wait. I just like, you just sort of do the awkward, awkward laugh, which I don't feel good about. I feel like
I should probably say more in moderation. I
think people they get a reputation for doing it. Yeah,
well, I think it's that thing of, okay. If I don't say anything, or do anything, I guess I'm sort of like enabling the behavior. And it's like, it's at the same time. I don't think that me
calling this guy out. Right now. He's the right answer. And it sometimes happens to with power, you know, you notice like it's the people who are a little bit powerful, or they're packing a personality and they just the bad behavior is
it was some pigs on radio that a known for being a bit yeah, bit off, beat off. And it's all I don't know, if direction it becomes a thing for them. Like, they're known as the person that's a bit off. Yeah, pushing the boundaries when it comes to, you know, women. Yeah,
we're just saying writing things where it's like a wouldn't have wouldn't have said that one of your things you say is like, you would you don't want to be known for that stuff. Like, if, if that's not what do you say something around. Like, if that's not the fight that you're wanting to you according to have Don't even start. So if it's, it's a picking to picking fights. I think what I've said is like, I'd prefer to show it's definitely like an actions thing, where it's My point being that just always being the aggressive you can't say that and go hard. And he's less effective than sometimes being like, I'm going to be, you know, friendly with this person. And then just sort of slowly come around to like, maybe you shouldn't say that about those people. Because it's not really,
but when we miss someone on the weekend, I mean, met them and it was an older guy, and I said
something about hive and something around us. I've heard about you. Is this the beautiful wine or something? It was just like, though, it was so innocent. Yeah, but I did feel like you could just say hi, versus bringing out looks. Yeah, I do I need for double case. Yeah,
but I didn't know maybe it's a different era. I was talking to my mate last night. And we'll talk about parenting and talking about our parents, your parents, no joking about your parents that were talking about the viewer of parents that are our parents. Yeah. And the difference, I think, to what the new age will be, I think, I do think that the younger generations are a bit more in tune with fucking talking about how we're feeling all the time I read something, it was posted by Kai, who runs off screen magazine was a quote from the
one of the contributors, I think, in the lightest magazine latest issue. And it was something like the bigotries always been there. All of these things have always been there, but the network's haven't. So that's what we're saying. Now we're saying like all these social networks, and we're sort of colliding with all of these different sort of opinions. But yeah,
like knowing, I feel like I know what my kids are up to. Right. I'll know if there is I've been smoking a joint or smoking a cigarette, and I've ever smell it. I've gone through all that stuff. And I
feel like I feel like you've transitioned to slightly from bigotry to smoking pot. Well, it's all around parenting, instead of setting boundaries. And a lot of kids parents that wouldn't have known friends of mine. Yeah,
or haven't said anything. And clearly the gone down on
and it's like, do not say they didn't say anything. So I'm, I mean, I'm not maybe I'm judging their parents style in terms of, I thought, I think for me, if I was in the case of got these kids around, they clearly off in the bedroom doing something. There's some sort of smell coming out of there. Yeah. You like, what do you do? Yeah, it's, I, I'm just thinking about all these things now with Bodie, looking around, reflecting on my childhood and my upbringing and going, how the fuck am I going to do this? And what road Am I going to take with body and we're going to be cool, dad. And what's cool? Yeah,
I just call being like, Okay, guys, you can you can do heroin, but only in the house. Yeah,
I mean, it's like,
it's like the fucking kids. A junkie and that's like our buddies. Dads. Really? Fucking cookie with these dads were so pack. What's cap? That's cool. I think a cool I think you needed Yeah, you're right. Totally writing a finding. I think being being cool is about allowing self expression, allowing the kids to bed also showing them different values. And like, so one value is around life and it's around and having a deliberate life and maybe avoiding some of these vices which consider fuck you up.
I think there's two ways it's look at you and your upbringing. Yeah, your decisions, not in your upbringing. But you personally. Yeah. And all the decisions you made and all the fucking decisions I made. Yeah. And I said, I would like my kids to be more like you growing up in in their choices.
But you can't, you can't like you can't even pick that there. You can't really dictate it, can you? But I think that there's, I think some qualities
I think leadership qualities lead to positive positive things. I had some news from a friend he called me earlier in the week and said, Mike, did you know this dude died? I'm not the guy and I killed himself and his brother killed himself years before who I was really close with. Yeah. And, and this was easy, older brother. And I was and this is why I've been sort of reminiscing, talking about how we grew up in the sheet we went through and like my mind now we're saying fact it's like,
it's lucky we survived. Yeah, it's not even like with from some third world country or gang areas. It's like you're from fracking. Brighton. Yeah. Why
don't you bad what it like is, it is that part of the is it sort of the Hollywood effect, which obviously Hollywood has, like
actually talking about the, the, the feeling of being naughty or doing, you know, like getting notoriety. These are all things of power, like, you feel a bit powerful when you're back and doing something a bit naughty, or I'm stealing this. This is mine. Or, you know, you're getting in a fight and you win. It's like all these naughty things, senses of power. And these kids are probably feeling like a lot that I grew up with that have died with the naughtiest with a the troublemakers nice people. And it's like they definitely were seeking something. I don't know what that something is it probably unique to each one of them. Yeah,
but yeah, it's it's so tough. What do you think you've been seeking your life?
I've always gone after the thing and bring you back to work. Because that's what we spend most of our time doing. No, don't see. Anything that I've done is work. Really. Yeah. I've always gone after the things I'm passionate about. Stimulate me and and helped me just be a bit more of karma person. Like, I feel something like editing I can do for four hours. I can't sit still. A lot of the time I grew up being really restless. Yeah. And it may be it is seeking the feeling of less restlessness, if that's a
word. Yeah, I think for me, it's like I'm seeking to be have the attention of a room or the seeking to you go to market in your hand as soon in the room. I'm living the dream he killed it. The now it is that like, as a kid, it was definitely like, I loved external prize I loved like I would put together
as SRC president, youngest SRC president ever in Gleneagles history.
I would write you know, my speeches and shit and just get fucking really into it. And that was for me, that was like, my focus. You knew it young, the D Are you just reflecting on that? I know, I knew it fit. Like, I knew that I liked that stuff early on. I think
the weirdness is that and I think that I was lucky that I had supportive teachers that actually enabled it because in primary school, I didn't necessarily I didn't get all the leadership like I was given that leadership, you know, sports manager position, which was made specifically for me, because I didn't get a sports monitor role which was decided by the students. So clearly I'm, you know, running sort of a dictatorship which I love, which, you know, worked for me, but the Yeah, it's definitely
had it how do you think that works for you now as
it can for me, for if I think about me, if that was what I was saying, which I think everything has its negatives. So I think that the negative for me is that nothing ever feels good enough. Everything is always I can never be in the present moment. It's like, I'm he now. But it's not what I where I want to be. And I think that that's
and where I am now is where I wanted to be four years ago. And this is this constant thing that's happening. And I think that that's how I've been, I've always lived my life on looking way back and far ahead. Not too far ahead. Maybe like three years and nothing probably in the middle.
Do you think how far for do think it's not a great deal. I feel like I need to probably do a bit more of that. Yeah, yeah, you're in a bit
Well, I think that I do it for some things and not for other things. I don't really do it. Like I've learned it with my health. But that's a perfect example. Right? The things that you eat and the things that you do now the exercise that you do I going to be beneficial for you at you know, in six months time and so it can be a little bit hard whereas I think I'm quite good at like planting the seeds aid of saying, okay, I am doing this thing now, which is going to benefit me in like a year's time I'm working on this thing, and it's gonna fucking the Lisa.
Let's just take it down to a completely different place. Yeah, there's a there's a new fad going around on YouTube. Or it's like an old one that's picked up again, cinnamon challenge that was one that was years ago. And that was like, What
what? What was the cinnamon challenge? People would just eat a spoonful of cinnamon and then they would just try that fucking because the inevitable cough Well, yeah, you couldn't choke come. Yeah,
exactly. Because it's almost impossible because it's like it's just it's so fine and got it just goes into your throat
as asthmatics probably wouldn't be. It was enormously fact I need to one thing I need to do. This is a reminder can. Everyone reminds me, I need to pay my ambulance cover. I don't have an ambulance. Everyone else should do that to a six. But
it's worth it going. Yes.
Then there was the most discussing when I actually thought it was a joke. Tied. pod challenge. Tie tied. Tied. Hi, Lucy. Todd pod type on
a tripod. No. It's a fucking dishwashing
tablet. The put into your washing machine dishwasher kids were eating and because we're eating them
joking about eating them. Or some kids ate them.
This is what's going on in this world. The one that's just come out
people snorting condoms. I've saying that you saw that. I've seen it.
They putting a condom and an empty condom to the nostril and then going and then it goes up and then comes out their mouth. So it's like hanging out their nose and out their mouth. And Michelle a mouth to said that. What would you do to be famous? A fucking wouldn't do that. Some kids are trying to do this. It looks horrible. It's so disgusting. That is horrendous. It blows my mind what's let's get the opinion and have a 16 year old. We've got Lucy.
My thirsty. Come over here. What? What do you think of that?
I honestly don't have an opinion.
I'm like, gross.
What do you think of the people who are actually doing it? Like, what kind of a person do you know any of these kind of people that would even go to somewhere like that. I didn't
know that was even a thing to do that. Like I knew about the Todd pod thing, because there's a lot of people on Twitter that I follow that talk about that. And I'm like, okay, but I haven't heard about this one. So to scare parents. What like if you're a parent? What is the thing that you're most scared of? About what kids are doing today? Give us an insight
Oh, see, I'm really boring and I'm very lucky anti drugs and anti like drinking before it's legal. So I'm like the most boring teenager you're just like man hey we can away cool so what what are the kids doing? What are they what's up for? What's up for oh this is a lot of people that I used to go to school when I actually went to school there are a lot of kids that would come back to school like on the Monday and talk about how they got so wasted on tweaking that's very standard that was a very standard thing yeah yeah I remember there was an overweight guy would have been pushing 100 kilos you know in the nine and he said I got so fucked up that I needed my stomach pumped up on the weekend oh I said oh yeah that sounds like a lot of pumping so did a lot of pumping of your mom was like wow like I was
I was so impressed that he was just fucking on it but you know what Andre you when
you when he went you seek me when
I got I got in trouble types of things that I do which I did get in trouble for was we did like a jackass style video where I am with would work like when people were in will work would get like the thin planks and get people punching through them and stuff it's dumb shit like that and you get in trouble for that yeah and I was I want to put it up on YouTube and I even went through and did tracking motion tracking on everyone's uniforms to blur out the uniforms to do and but we didn't end up didn't end up putting it online thanks for your comments Lucy I think you can find out episode with Lucy and learn more about her our most popular episode ever by the way yeah
sort of what's it called it's
a 16 year old with the 16,000 followers on yes I
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yeah but the
fact I'm trying to I also got interest for
for is a forgery it was somewhere if it's not fraud that's too strong ceiling mounted
credit card and then I
there was a strike going on teach a strike and bunch of they're always going to get the diet well everyone got the day off except you nines and you were in the night and I was in you know so i just got the document that said the years and just changed it updated it printed out a bunch of one saying you know I don't have to attend on this journey so you for you did for it yeah and so then I would read it out like 20 of them and gave him to my friends that he go did you know I was wrong at the top are not to the point like you know how parents have a way of elevating things like you could be in child Josh I might Mom It's like one day I just like cuz she she obviously found out because everyone else for the school so there was a bit of that sort of stuff mum would always like
mom was really funny about sick days. Like if I was it's she was never even though I got a souvlaki and a flake. Shake Shake, shake. Shake it from where if I can grab I put a lot of fun. Did you
have to go the West End devils devils Shopping Center, which is a shot they are on the internet. And when there's a Wendy's of mostly only in shopping centres on Yeah,
but are you different to our American audience. It's a mainly ice cream stuff. My brother did work experience because my auntie was a franchisee of the Rosebud Wendy's. And he had so many blue slushies that he went blow no yeah cool story but the
weather when I'm being sick mom was like I was really like funny honest being like she would get really mad if we were like I'm sick like she would test us by just being an asshole to us like you know like
this is disgusting that sort
of stuff but anytime I'm like I'm not feeling well it's a Josh I know what you're doing and it's disgusting
your mom in one word from this podcast if you listen outrage she's always
outraged back yeah she always was just blown away by what effect three little boys we do it that's what I think that was her strategy which was just like always outright say he's a thing in life. You do that shit when a young
forge that later if you need that experience, funny new girl that probably didn't learn that lesson. probably didn't do what you did then and worked at that fact. You can do that. She did. Yeah, she had a doctor's pad. So like, off doctors certificate pad had been stolen from somewhere. writing prescriptions. Basically, she had that to back. She also know but it was she was running a full medical claims she was forging
to so she was say she was sick. Yeah. And her workplace called. They said no. And you know this person. I'm not. This was when I was 20. Okay, sure. We're not friends anymore. But she got fired, of course. But like they said, what point do you learn this shit, right? It's like the dude who died that I know, this is the conversation we're having is like, going from like, thinking about when we were young ownership? We did. Yeah. And how outrageous it was in like, we had no clue and, you know, go out, get wasted, have no responsibility and access, you could sleep will die. So that wasn't an issue. It's like, they just didn't grow up. A lot of the people that aren't here anymore that I grew up with. did not grow up. Yeah, and I just were in that world
that it felt like it felt like we'd trans transition good or bad. It's like, feel like you just might get through, right. It's like, it's interesting. How much like being a young kid like, what you are like, when you're a teenager translates because there's like the people the boot my the people who were bullies in high school, like they went on to jail. Like really? Yeah, so like, I noticed that being like this. A couple of you know, outliers where it's like if I can real naughty kid now has a huge landscaping business and fucking killing it right? And so there's people out there who have done that, but I'm trying to think what else other shit How do I remember that I was like, determine to try and anything it related trying to get like into the school system or trying to set up basically set up I was like, had a plan which I never actually acted on. But I wanted to take down the hall schooling says, No, no, what I would do was I was I was wanting at found like an Ethernet port. And we could access we didn't have access to wireless, but like Wi Fi. Yeah, it has to go straight into striving to calm and so I had sort of, like, worked out a spot where I'd be able to actually hide like a wireless router. So I'd be able to run my own wireless network. But I'm trying to think of what the fact that I'm sure I from an IT point of view I would have definitely because I was saying the problem was he was smarter than most of the teachers when it came to the IT staff Yeah, well, the height the the network guy just fucking hated me because I was just like, always from the SSA point of view, as always pushing for us to have
like unrestricted internet and I actually How about this, the IT department blocked Josh Johnson calm from
made I made a I made a film, which I should actually should uncover and maybe share it on my Facebook. But it was from 2000. And maybe she's any Kevin No, not choosing a can. It was a film called teen tech. And what I did was, I used to MySpace, MSN, all that sort of thing. And spent the day chatting to like talking to people. So what we'll do is would be like a JD with chanting charm on MSN, he's just invited us over to his place. And then my mate who's 18 would drive there. And then we would like and on the way would be like, how he's a Wi Fi hotspot with fracking connect and be like, I remember I Skype to my power from a computer that I was using on someone else's Wi Fi. In fact, it was just a lot ease like there was wireless encryption and things. So you could just you could download a Firefox add on where you would connect to a Wi Fi. And anytime anyone would log into Facebook, Twitter, and all that sort of thing. their username password would just come up, you click through. And now in ism. Yeah. Like I was saying that to Captain before, who's a big sort of secure like, very into sort of keeping everything secure are saying on the older iPhones, I used to always be blown away because when you plug it into a computer, you would just like be straightaway connected. And never use it. You know, how ask is this? a trusted? Yeah, putting you Yeah, in pack code. What do you think? I think I'd never use to do that. And I used to always think fact would be awesome to go to either a cafe or an airport and set up a row of USB charging ports and basically on the other end of a computer and just fucking download all of their shift for what just say, I love that you had all these thoughts. But you you're not the criminal mind. But you had the initial thought of how to do the crime, but nothing after that. You're like, oh, wants it done that what? Well, that's nothing. I just like to be like to know that I could do it. That's why I'd be this what's known as white hat. Oh, sorry. White Hat. White Hat. Hackers. Good. Yeah, good for good. Yeah. So you got black hat? white hat? Yeah. So people who are hacking ship for good so there will be the top banks will hire them to go and try and break in fact, I mean, that's a career that you'd feel like yeah, that's not where you know, I love social change. I love the social engineering element of it. I like the ID soaking two campuses about it before and he was saying he was laughing about all the spy chat that we hadn't being a PCI I think we definitely need to open up before I go why we need to organize a week where I'm investigating and what you know just how much we have for myki with Sajan is how many how much info I can get on you and stuff and you sign away so you can say that I can do it and already the best breeze rolling episode is Tommy suing Josh because he didn't sign the form Now the thing is that breeze already picked up because the other day I was thinking about it I was on like the spice shop I was just ready to drop away in a calm again when a completely dropped to grant on all these
different shift to be like fucking of like little simply because you know you can have a SIM card so like when one of the probably easiest ones is like a little box which is essentially a microphone and it's got a SIM card in it so it's got its own it's like a phone yeah but it's like it's on a constant call so you can like listen in and he what's on saying and if you have like say an Android phone or things like that you could download you know certain apps so that you could do all this stuff so
if you get something done something that I've done wrong yeah I just if you could that's the challenge so you know we'll do it so it's legit and you've signed over the stuff I want to join live video like photos ma picking my nose in my car driving down pat road just so bored in traffic Just look at him up the nose
man I'm beat up people for not physically but I on this podcast for people for the literary. Yeah catch me later. I'd never let us say I can be like Dan
Lee or hot let's let's do it. So it sometime How about this sometime in the next week? I'm not going to mention at the end. But this is you you're giving permission. Alright, so in the next week, I'll spend a day or two days whichever I design 14. Eight hours over 48 hour period. I will be creating getting content on you. Or getting information what some of the ground rules what are some of the no go zones place and a boundaries.
don't give a shit.
Okay. Judges wind him before he blow it away. I won't involve your family. As much as I can hack me somehow. I can't ruin an EVA data. Could you imagine? Tell me I
don't want I don't want to live in a place where am I worried so much. Who the fuck is done this. You will blame for anything. If anything happens. There's someone smarter than you on this podcast listening I'm fucking excited you
ever wanted to daily talk show. I've got some ideas. Actually. I've killed it to so I'll make sure I try and record it so I can catch it. Changing all my passwords as of right now. Thanks everyone. Have a good one. I