#061 – Low energy and nothing to say/
- April 10, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Tuesday April 10 (Ep 61) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett. –
We’re tired! It’s been a big day. We don’t have much to say. Josh got a good deal on a Frankie magazine and Tommy describes what he ate in Europe.
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So daily talk show everyone happy
65th Episode 60 61st
episode and also my two years anniversary since I proposed to my wife Amy my now wife Amy
and euro sorry I'm just eating some chocolate yeah
back from the dentist
you're just spending may yet we're recording this episode and it's currently 7am
I'm gonna go ahead and say here and we so I
made a video making out like that's a trait I'm gonna go home and say that's where you leave
nurse to treat though it's nice if it's a trait I get the guy and say
it'd be more of a is like Josh can isolate piece because it's a pain going on I shouldn't be bad I shouldn't adult Have you had many cases where
friends will just start your no
I'm not we had to happen once I think it was exciting for like four years ago and see you don't have peace aid friends or you know you don't like you're not amongst the peace aids because that's when it happens right yeah peace and you can drive home so just crushing the cat yeah
well we had friends over the other day and we actually drunk some wines one so if I can let loose Jackie boy had some pain had some Shiraz now Do you know the difference between Pino insurance your eyes just to your taste sort of very very dark sort of good with mates
really sort of almost like meat stock
see the thing is you know this because you fucking you absorb everything you've probably heard this at a some sort of like one test tasting you
I don't remember the ship but I just I don't know why but this is stuck and then pay knows a little bit lighter but fruit here it's the milk chocolate and the in the
dark chocolate yes using a chocolate ineligible yeah
I think if you using a chocolate analogy actually the pain is a 70% a Shiraz is like an 85 okay and then you've got a rosy which would be milk with a bit of extra flavor bit of bubbles are they not even the same yeah true that yeah yeah like they're keeping the all the actual reds in chocolate category and then then you got like a semi on one side
blank said one is a little white chocolate yeah
because blank means what yeah i think but what
wine isn't what it's like fucking below me it's very confusing isn't your parents are still together yeah I my parents are still together the been being a strong
so we can talk about divorce really
which is what no white like what so you're using your two year mark of engagement to talk about to you know we've been married this is just engaged and the rate i'd you know the reason I knew it was
the only reason I knew that we got yesterday was Facebook memories yeah
yeah a photo of me holding up a hearing and that's nice if you remember or don't use fingering not
know I I remembered it and then I messaged her and said Happy anniversary of our engagement and we made I made a video and we've talked about on this podcast where I got her to read to read doub the be all she says idea I do because you didn't have clear audio yeah and you
can I suggest yeah appreciate it because which was good and you've just posted the video on to LinkedIn because test hashtag world's not it's just all for hashtag all for content I said that I wanted you to put the the text with the video to be Has anyone else gotten engaged just for content and I decided not to go there so you've already got people on you've got congratulation. Congratulate and Anthony on. He's eight years and so it wasn't getting it. The divorce. I know you told me that. If I had all this dark chocolate it was going to pick me up and look at me. Yeah,
true. Josh has been flat before today's episode. No, I theology was Yeah,
it's a flat what's the other type of flat
flat like sad? Are you sure you get like your million energy? I think Yeah. And
you just energy flat. I think I was I was doing a what's going to edit and surprise you with the highlights package of the daily talk show. And so I just went through and I just because I've got all the original files. And then I realized once I got to Episode Two, there was just no way of doing it. George This is are you getting the same pleasure out of if you finished it? And you were telling me the initial idea and showing like I gotta go but then the reason I bring it up is because my tone was like this wrap the whole thought episode one yeah. So um. The the note taking still going strong still doing that. from yesterday's we spent nearly whole episode talking about fucking note taking. Yeah. Is that a criticism? Well, I
can't we can't back it up today. Yeah. Second that
okay. Well, how about this? I am see this Frankie magazine. This just here.
Huh? It's quite nice. So I am what would you pay for it without looking at the price tag? Um,
I couldn't tell you the last time I bought a magazine what I would what I think you would probably pay for it is
1499. Okay, so I went I saw it it grabbed my attention. And then I looked at the price tag and there was a bunch of there was a bunch of these magazines Frankie all sort of piled up and it was $4 95.
How the fuck did I make any money? Well, so this is the thing they wouldn't because that wasn't the right price but they there was another shooting magazine that was meant to be there and so for whatever reason I was like, Well, that was interesting because I then saw Frankie on the other side of the sort of stand on another stand on another sort of pay area and it was $15 okay so I was spot on the money yes, 15 bucks so did you get it for five yes and so you told them that it was so I said to the guy I just said to the guy hey it's coming out like it says that it's a four it was actually said for 50 but I fucked up and I said for 95 and then he scanned it through sock on so right and these looks like someone's done all this wrong Oh is like is like trying to fix them all up is I can look Oh, I'm so sorry about this all skin. I'll put it through his 495 for you. Okay. I remember they used to be I don't know if was rule but it was always like you feel if a close if if the clothing had the wrong tag on it. You'd have
to pay you get to pay what that tags it. Yeah.
Which feels like it's sets themselves up for like fraud. Hundred percent.
I remember being a little punk ass kid who saw on a expensive thing of meat
that I sorry, I found next on a cheap piece of made a sticker pulled that off. whacked it onto the expensive post, mate. Yeah,
well, that's just you, isn't it? Wow. We're a punk kid
is a punk kid. Something punk kid would do
for me to do that. Now. protein. I think there's food shops.
shops are always a bit fucking expensive. p. o
box uptake. Got something in the news? Well, it was it was something that I got all like I ordered online. I don't know if I mentioned my jerky. Yes, yes. Yes. On the podcast. He bought 20 packs of jerky. Yeah, half price, which is still six bucks. It's a lot more. The only time I've ever bought jerky was in the I'd like an airport and they overpriced the shit out of it. Yeah. Or like a maybe like a pit like a gas station in the US where it's like want something a little bit healthy and they're in the northern packets over there like have you ever seen in the states I've got like jazz
six servers have you had the service stations you could it was like a jazz at the front that had jerky you just lift up bold enough. You know what I do remember of the gas stations is the cluster fuck that is the campaign by card. Did you have this nice issue our international credit cards can be used at the gas station so normally now yet. And so you normally you pay at the at the fucking Bauza yeah
but it doesn't work I said. And so the thing is, you can't do it they need you to put in the credit card you then fill up the petrol so they make you you have to go in you have to think guess how much pay it fucking fill it up and hope it's close. Yeah, yeah. Yeah,
it's a classified I think I do remember having to pay first the amount and then go out and fill it up to that amount. Yeah,
have you ever gotten a real bargain so obviously this Frankie magazine was a real fucking bargain Have you ever taken advance the bag of putting the check? Well, like it's a bit it's an interesting mag for you to buy.
Why because it's pink yeah it's all very female focused I think you bought it for the aesthetics of it not the actual content of it No
I buying magazine anyway I know as a minimalist No, I just thought it just just a bit of info but aesthetic. Have you
haven't opened it yet? But I will.
Do you know what the thing that's been taking up most of my brain in the last few days trying to work out what to bring when we travel.
We spoke about this Weren't you making a list on yesterday's podcast? What was denied, literally put together list
now you said you I was on the notepad type stuff,
working out what you're gonna break. I think You're overthinking the whole travel thing. It's easy when I'm not going traveling. But I've overthought it every time gone. And been so pissed off that I've taken an extra suitcase with a shields so that's the thing that's because you over thought and put too much stuff what I've been thinking is I don't want to take anything that's unnecessary. I think you need to go away feeling anxious that you have fucking nothing. Well, I think that that's that's what I want to try and do have absolutely nothing on the trip. But I need as content creators, it's a little bit trickier with camera gear. Yeah,
because it's like a What do I from a lens point of view? What do I take? What cameras do I take to I just I guess I just take the one day x
right I think now traveling with camera gear what's the one camera you actually use the most CFS seven but that's the size of your head yeah
I mean the iPhone if that's what you well yeah like I mean I use my my use my iPhone for photos a large
you sure I pumped at seven video as well as a wife for four weeks? Yeah,
without on the AWS
or use the AWS mo because it gave me like that steady cams to describe like four different cameras at least now use the AWS mo in my G seven x so it was the thing I checked in my pocket yeah and then the one that I had like a little it's like a little looks like a mini ukulele in a in a in a in a little has a temper is cool and anyway I use that but I wouldn't take that away again I think
but you just one camera that you use more because what will you do with it well so what we're praying I try to work out is obviously how much we want to work while we're why and also how much we might if we're in some fucking cool if we end up like making pizzas and shit in some fucking cool part of Italy you so do you also have like slow here but there's that bit where it's like fact would be cool to do something super cinematic and super beautiful you can make it look pretty good What about you You go and the whole trapeze you seeing how cinematic you can get a fucking Sony RX one while I feel like that's the advice I'd give someone who's just getting started but I there's that part of me which is like I've been there I don't like
it's an eye maybe it's you don't know ation yeah I
think it is I think working towards it is because I made some seriously good footage out of this seriously like a camera hard to do now though going back with everything you using or no i know i buy new camera now but I'd just be an RX 100 that g seven x is out of date they bought it as I was going through Judy free so all Judy free and then I realized to put it on my my business so I didn't actually get the fat juicy back from it
yeah but she was just bought it you factor
but seriously just don't ever think it's a holiday think? Yeah. Well I think that that's the thing I think we're trying to work out with how much of it is a holiday we sort of communicating it as a work well unless you make money while you're over though it's it's a it's a it's work in the sense of working on aircraft. So making story so you might be my one story up series that I did you know the episode with Christian how maybe we try and do five of them. Well, while we're away.
I had a conversation about
a friend of mine. I said to him, what do you think you should do? You think you are say Why? Why is it isn't it that you? I said why don't you create content for your business? Like is there a reason and a animals around? What sort of businesses you have a video production? Yeah, like promotional content. Yeah. It was all around he. what he was saying to me. Sorry, that fucking typing's Can you hear the topping? No you can't hear anything here that's fine I kept thinking about it you know
typing that's actually load this sound of it happens
it's amazing she's turned down the volume of a chat appreciated I
I feel I'm brain hasn't heard a plug in episode lightly and she thinks that this I feel like this has been a boring as fuck episode. So far,
because you brought up notepads. I've got a fact we can out
what to put in your travel. I like feel hot. Look how much I'm sweating. I can't say this with you. So. So anyways, so you speaking to a Yeah. And
you're saying I'd like to basically essence of our conversation Missouri all around him wanting to make sure it's high production value to put it out. And I said, was there a limitation to that for you around being, you know, shot by a bunch of different people, directors and writing scripts? And
I mean, what you could rely from that is what you're saying. Yeah, maybe you just try something. Because I think you could create some seriously epic looking sheet with the bosses because you know how to use camera and work them to their full capacity. Yeah,
I just think that it's a, you know, you get you get to a point where you could definitely do that. But I guess it's the it's working out where you want to play it. Like, what can you if you're gonna spend the time so if I spend all this time capturing content, maybe I'm better off use it. Like, maybe it makes sense to me to use the best thing that I have, in the sense of like, bringing something that's really really good and doing a good job of it rather than
like, I think that what it would do is it would like for instance, if we say good story, like amazing stories and I capture described story, I feel like I would always have that anxiety of like, I wish that I gave this the respect of my full craft, which is, you know, amazing cinematography, which equipment does come into that right.
Do I story, I think, look at what does well online and if you and if your if your mission is to tell a story and make it and have it connect with people. I don't know if it is all about that. And I know that you could easily look now we need the equipment say, but there are plenty of people making massive impact. Yeah, definitely. But I don't know if that's the that's the reason of the impact. It's big. They have success despite their lack of production. Value pretending What is it? It's a story then. So it's absolutely so what my if you were to not use gear as technical as you do? Whatever. If you weren't to use the big cameras you do. And you were to focus on the story news, whatever, just easy. Basic. Sheer, would that mean that you tell more stories? Yeah, well, so I think that this is the thing, right, and this comes down to lane filmmaking,
which a friend of mine Kylie ad has sort of really built a out and she's writing a book on at the moment, but it's the Yeah, that idea of you know, quick iterations and and making stuff and so for me, I actually do do lean productions right you think about like compared to a lot of filmmakers I actually use whitelist key than a lot of them already right but now I think definitely
it does get harder and harder to say okay well if I'm really if I if I have this level of storytelling through this there is it is hard to fucking dial it back I I completely agree with what you're saying the best camera you have is the one on you but what happens if you have the option of pre whatever camera you want then you have to work out okay what's how more uncomfortable is it going to be for me to carry a better camera than a smaller camera horrible around your it makes me hot and anxious thinking about you walking through the streets of each silly with 20 kilos of filming gear which you used twice yeah
it's crazy I did I took that fucking took a 70 day with a couple of lenses and it and a GoPro like it fucking pissed me off yeah so annoying I this uncomfortable backpack plus our the suitcase it's just horrible
you're going to Bali so yes
yeah, I've got I've got to go to a wedding but we're going about the for nine days to enjoy ourselves
I'm not gonna take I'm going to take so little yeah
is the the whole Bali wedding thing you've you've been to one before Yeah. Yeah.
what's the deal? Like? Is it is it super Is it a lot cheaper? doing it that way
get a bit more bang feedback. It's definitely in I don't know where you can match those kind of venues in Australia. What's the
pros and cons for doing overseas winning Do you think shooting yourself because you've drank water that's the con yeah
you can definitely get more for you your money you
spend $20,000 he has $20,000 that how does it change the dynamic of the whole experience do you It definitely
brings people together like actually having
actual rather long and stuff because you're gonna be spending all this time together and
I think one of the Connie's thinking that you need to hang out with all these people yeah to be different now that I've got a family it's like we could be off doing our own thing will come to the wedding and we're going off to do I think and but when you there with like you fam like for my brother's wedding It was very much more of I didn't really have any alone time we were around everyone constantly and then that was friends and family but dude being with 30 people at a fucking night spot like in like potato head where I met Amy my wife yeah meta on that trip. My brother's wedding like having this amazing like all your best friends overseas it's just a different vibe it's just it's not like you just bumped into him down the pub yeah it's like you're in this other country and we invite
well it's in my brother said are reckon we won't get that many people but they invited just as many people just as many people as they would if they had one here in Australia yeah and fact they got a lot of people
saying excuse and so what's the what's the protocol did they What do they pay for they pay for food and should have it they pay for like per head yeah I think people pay for their flights and a calm and auto ship yeah maybe if you're a groomsmen or something they might affect some a car Martin even that I so
my brother and I chipped in for how we chipped in a small amount. It's different for whatever your position is. Financially I paid maybe 250 bucks for some accommodation yeah there was two nights around the wedding yeah night of night before the wedding night of the wedding
and that just help them out I think they were because we had a sick Villa but we stayed all my fucking god our friends. I had a $5,000 Villa
and now I reach a bit okay let's
plan a night. Oh my God had his own private chef. Yeah and it hasn't it hasn't landed on a on a cliff fact that the house when you walk through it, there was like you're walking above water, it was like, oh my fucking God heals. It's called Lela Lela Villa La la la it's crazy it was the best it was the best thing ever slept on this bed would have had 70,000 sheep count three count main
thread counts I feel like I watched a duck I the other day which said they're all bullshit but travel agents and doing all of this stuff to you When was the last time users traveling I don't think I've ever used one of my sorry
I used one a friend of mines Dad used him to go to America and I got super he got his cheap flights tell you that much. United Melvin Li Li, New York. New York. Vegas.
Li Melbourne. You're 1700 bucks.
That's really good. I mean, it's, I'm fucking you know, either. We try. Hi. I've actually come on united but with a okay. Yeah, we hit a good one. Well, I wanted to, I was thinking about
trying something different. I want to get your thoughts on it. Whether you think it's a waste of time and money
using a service like up work app works used for, you know, graphic designers. I've used it for motion graphics, people, that sort of thing. Hire a virtual assistant that's based in wherever we're staying. For instance, Italy, you know, we're spending some time in Italy, they'll cost 25 bucks an hour and get them to organize some stuff for us locally to do what what what kind of stuff a bit that I've haven't worked
out, but what could what could it be
so basically saying, Hey, we want to go to this slow, we want to spend X amount of time and Sorento can find out the
these Booker's restaurants and stuff as I described but it's wise to time
man you know how we find fan restaurants just walk around know like just ask people so we're on the train going from fucking an eye peas there or something to Sorento. We met this girl she just said our I'm just coming back. I've stated that I've been there for a month which is stronger to go to this place. It's next to the bag store. You'll see it it's called this and then we fucking stumbled upon it. It was the best and then we ask this other person well and I'll tell you this place in Sorrento Yeah,
so without seafood restaurant on like say for that much
I didn't give a shit eight fucking when you there if you've never tasted it even ever tasted freshness like seafood and easily like seafood. More than delish fish in Port Melbourne.
See if it passes are many not just a piece of fish what do you do? What annoys me about seafood pastors is the shells what yeah because you get to eat around
so fucking annoying it's half the day I think that what are you going to eat then? A piece of pizza yeah
i mean i didn't bow yeah I turned out what what did you What do you every place you want went to I want to know what what were you eating so like grace Grace was sort of lackeys what saw what because they don't do the lamb at my mom did it she been there yeah
yeah they don't always pissed off and she probably was like just I just want to lamps lackey what they do it delicious food well I look like probably some fucking asshole tourists that said to them. I just want like, you know, the traditional one the last one and they're like we do lamb like once a year buddy Easter? Yeah, really? Well, why?
why I think the
Greeks get together and do some Big East it's like a I don't know why some sort of so it was a pork is that the one that everyone they do a lot of pork, pork and beef, but
okay. So you said Lucky's souvlaki submit it to bettering Grayson in Melbourne you reckon I actually prefer them in a perfect them and it seems like Melbourne
Melbourne has some seriously fucking great food
it's true and pray said the one the other day
I caught a porter up on it she was speaking to a relative that my phone vibrating is yours Amy
around I just got to see build bridges Kevin sequel you can't tell that story okay I like
that it's it's good This has just been tapped out of a story and sinister gosh I want to know the story what site
you'll you'll you'll never know it was pretty low level Italy The thing with
you ate you ate pizza for a couple of days and the fact you feel indigestion like you feel like this is sort of holding your throat you know when you've been eating too much carbs and you actually feel you feel like as like yeah
sad sick yeah that's like my life so that's what you your fact well so I think what I'll probably do Italy cheeses Salamis all of that shit just go back and bit Kato
that's what will send you feeling like that too I think I'll feel a bit clunky may be able to ship the good thing is in go to dailies and actually just get like a pig I man up fresh one Delhi payday payday
what is that
it's just like a you know the the role it's a role or like a busy sorry Penny Penny Penny Penny me okay yeah so
I mean spine spine The food was very salty for me from what I had like they just seem to put puts and we had some nice restaurants so salty I think coming from Australia it like was so fucking spoiled here with the consistency of like you know salads and fresh produce yeah either made in Barcelona
is America I assault so now you've been he complained at a McDonald's because he's Quarter Pounder was dry. He's like, Nah, man. This isn't isn't how you make him. That's what I did. That's what I have done though. I have a Mac is in most places I've gone to around the world. Yeah,
you gotta give it a bit of a trial. I did it. He's one America. Yeah, I was like, oh, they've given us a fucking cheeseburger free here.
What do you mean? Oh, well, I ordered a cheeseburger meal. And you weren't happy. Now I've got two cheeseburgers they have like a thing with a It comes with two cheeseburgers. So it's a standard fact. In America. It had there was a standard one we got that I was like, I liked us.
And then I looked at so I know it comes with two cheeseburgers chips in drink. Fact. That does remind me we brain. I was staying in a hotel the other day. And I'm just waiting to get the signal where I can tell the story story. But she knew the
general manager with say a name. So we hang on.
Okay. And then I didn't hear what you just said. You said, Don't say the hotel's name. And I've changed the person it's time to solve. Okay, we're staying in a hotel and Brie new the general manager and
when we when we taught their price like sofas given us an upgrade, also flight. She's really yeah. And then there was showing us around the room. And there was like champagne in our room for us. Just like cyphy has just gone above and beyond. Anyway, we were
at dinner and we booked and dinner with through. So at the hotel restaurant. And the guy said, Oh, you read the Chef's Table. That's the best known as he just comes. And they said,
Look, just to start off the night will give you something special. We got some snacks complimentary to enjoy. I'm pretty sure like so has looked after so much. This is ridiculous. Then we look around and everyone else is fucking getting the same price that and so that was this ongoing thing where she kept saying saying it came to a head when we were
leaving the hotel and we bump into so we weren't expecting to say so fair and praise like Aw, thank you so much. So I've actually I've got you a little gift just to just as a thank you. And so it's like, wow, I haven't done anything. I'm like, yeah, Brad told us. He's fucking hasn't done anything. We're just we're just at this hotel. And this is how I roll so that was that was supposed to ship Yes. I've didn't fact and look at what I call for you. Hopefully next time. So I will look after us everyone. It's been a very fucking tired daily talk show. What are we going to call this app? Maybe the it's bit fucking boring. Low Energy, your low energy though energy. It's got a lot low energy and nothing to say. I think that might be everything everyone will listen to that I had done. Review us if you've just listened to this one. Go back
today. We were talking about like holding on to stuff that you've had for a long time. For instance, my mom's got a whole bunch of stuff from her childhood, my childhood at our family home. She wrote to me today. You're Yep. 60. That's it. I'm throwing everything out. Crying did like a funny face and a wink face. I said. If you didn't tell me. I wouldn't be sad. But now that I know you're throwing it out. I feel sad. Keep it all she said. Then I won't do it. Then.
We still got that was the whole point. Yes. That I was like, I think we project the sadness that makes people just never be minimal in a staff. Yeah.
All the emotion that's really objects. All right. Love you guys. Thanks. Have a good one. Bye. Yeah,
it kind of In fact, when we get to the great nugget no it's not the fucking red button. Press the red button I'm doing the stop button by