- April 27, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday April 27 (Ep 74) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett. –
Easey st, Collingwood. The Daily Talk Show live from hammocks. Our guest Derek has turned his dyno room in his scooter repair shop into a podcast studio.
Send us mail: PO BOX 400, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Derek’s site: http://castawaystudios.com.au/
Josh’s YouTube Channel – http://youtube.com/joshjanssen
Tommy’s YouTube Channel – http://youtube.com/tommyjackett
The Daily talk show everyone, Episode 74. Tommy. Jackie, can you pick up your microphone? Yeah, sorry. Sorry.
This fact this is an interesting at this is our we're out of our normal studio which is usually Josh has house you know we're sitting in hammocks or lying in hammocks. I feel like he's tend to yell when you're in a hammock. Am I yelling, yelling? We're in a hammock. Where we are is a friend of mine who has an office. It's not really an office. I've got an office on a street in Collingwood and sodas Derek? Derek. What's up,
Hey, guys. Yeah, we
would were really good. So Derek Scott like a workshop. I'm going to turn your mic down because you're fucking Yeah, it's fun.
Just Eric's got a workshop which is like, vintage scooter, scooter repays. Basically he if you break something that's mechanical. He can probably fix it. And he's got this awesome when I came in here. It's like an old school. I know he's had it for a long time. How many years have you had this scooter workshop for? I've been in here for about 20 years actively in scooters about 15. Okay. Okay, so we're in Collingwood it is when you walk in it's like it's a traditional fucking mechanics workshop yeah you know she'd everywhere but it looks like it's in order and there's like rented scooters and there's a room if you dig a little deeper that he's converted into a podcast studio so I've been telling you Josh that we need to do a podcast from here
yeah and the funny thing is that the normally factories garages anything like this I would feel a little bit out of my comfort zone because you don't know how to work a hammer how to work a hammer it's a I'm not the most the blog is blog if anything ever happens. anything happens to my car. I tend to have to contact our I save a role you girlfriend. Exactly. She'll be able to do it. But know what the thing that's amazing about this Derek is you've built a podcast studio in your you could closing the door Feel free to close the door for it go for it. And so Derek tell us why that's amazing isn't it just like shuts out the audio tell us how you ended up with a podcast CO in your in your factory
well it all It all started with a very special room that I built to be sort of mostly soundproof. And this room was built to host a dynamo Amadeu now for those who don't know that is a sort of a chassis machine you roll a motorcycle onto has a massive metal wheel that the power of the motorbike turns and the computers that have measures off the power and diagnostic machine. Really. Anyway, that thing is so heavy that you can't move it. And so the room was kind of committed to that. And I thought what could I do? There's a computer in there. It's a soundproof room. I know I've always wanted to do a podcast. Yeah, but in a
stinky factory like this one. There's just never been a possibility so that was it. I wonder if there's there's more fumes in here when I'm talking or when there's a car on for a good judge
dyno job. First dyno joke of the day. Josh Did you know what a diner was before? Yeah
yeah I told you so I worked on a show Derek called riders life it was a car car show channel 31 will forth Have you ever heard of routers life probably not know but that's
fine sounds great. You have now
as law and know we I remember doing some filming I don't know if it's still around but important Melbourne there was this
like arcade type thing that we're trying racing on dinos you know about this week where people would bring their cars and the software that's spat out was actually like you would say screen and lots of thing they would see but it's basically because I think the drag racing saying in Australia is a bit fact or in Melbourne anyway right so they they try and get people off the streets and what they were trying to do is this whole put your car on a dyno and drag right yeah it's
all look massively testosterone hundred vehicles stuff
you happy fucking engine
I didn't when I first got this dyno, I didn't experiment and I got on the Facebook. Yeah. And just run it people that already not owning the st know if people knew that I had the diner and I was dying, knowing things and how you maximum horsepower was a thing. And I just wrote a post that just said 17 the number one and seven. Yeah, and just put it up and lift it and one God got a better response from that gone. How'd you get that? And I had one guy ring me up who's scooter I was working on at the time. And he said,
am I gonna Am I gonna get 17 save nine. I know you didn't mind that. You didn't go for the option. Like stress. You're probably gonna get about 40
say that's what it is for. You said that. You should have said my. That's how many dots I had to
show the diner. Just I mean, away from scooters, we put my electric skateboard on it. Remember that? Derek? Oh, yes,
this is the straight that gets the littlest work done in Australia. Derek and I just in the studio. And so I'm actually swinging a hammer right now and tell us what happened with these hammocks like how they came about well look it's a lifestyle thing
I pretty much always
20 years I've been in this factory and you know there's obviously going to be more than three occasions when I've been chronically hanging over in this building or you know with the flu or whatever you want to call it and you just got nowhere to go nowhere to hide it's just all been gritty and you know grease on the floor and you can put your head on the desk and then you know the doorbell ring so it just dawned on me a few months ago that this room was clean and had beams at either end oh my god I can get a hammock winter bunnies 25 bucks it's
a fact yeah they said they bright orange it looks like prisoners outfit yeah and it's a traditional hammock but just brought orange and the thing that I think is amazing about this space is its sound it soundproof soundproof the opposite way in the sense of you're trying to stop us getting outside getting out exactly well yeah I didn't think too much about acoustic treatment when I was building it
because who k zero you're in a room with a screaming two stroke engine doesn't really matter if it's sort of reserving a bit you're already got you know earmuffs on yeah but now been trying a little bit of time to treat it It sounds great and here it sounds like really like you wouldn't you wouldn't know that you're in a bloody factory that's for sure it's by far our best location for
so the the scooter stuff why did why do you actually need a diner other than just testing how fast it goes it doesn't test how fast it goes it does doesn't it it does
but it's not the main reason I would die
yeah so the dyno is just to is it did Derek help us please just let me know you letting Tommy is debate on a dyno in fact and Tommy knows faculty who
I know I know man I know about dinos captain and I used to be obsessed with fucking dinos and he's got a GTA nice and skyline are 34 GT edge know that it's gonna epically fast go wow and so he's used to get it on the dyno all the time to check the how many killer wasps it had been so kilo kilowatts is different to speed horsepower all these things what kilowatts is horsepower
yeah it's a different milligrams pants metric versus Imperial okay so horsepower sounds cool yeah yeah but you get less I think
and so so what's what's the traditional use what we using a dyno every day now so it's it's technically for tuning so you can
my idea would save me from screaming up and down Easy Street is a test box but um I just kept doing that anyway
I can vouch for that well there's Derek again
what I like about this stuff though to it like because it's quite a specialized equipment Where do you get a dyno from like what's the ballpark figure on the cost of a dyno howdy like from a business point of view is that a practical thing for people to get or is this like serious purchase way like after his wife listening or listening
I don't mind her knowing over to dine out but I do mind knowing I've just sold it I guess she
doesn't know not okay i mean delhi delhi talk shows huge
spreading quickly. I think you probably saw
sheet she hasn't. She probably hasn't seen my Instagram. Yeah,
she's not one of the so that was going to your Instagram, the Ozzy vinyl show. So how did you get from having a fucking dyno in the factory, to have in fact, and turntables and a podcast and records everywhere? It's sick? Well, I
probably got a bit of tick tick addiction building the studio and I was thoroughly enjoying it's better than a coke addiction.
of all, I reckon
we end up with a bit. Whoa, yeah.
Well, you saw you
still have to do the same ship meeting people from gamma trail. Yeah.
So tell us about it. Right.
So he sort of put the studio together with this idea. I'd have a podcast studio and I didn't usually considered doing it myself, though, I probably still say it. The whole point is to to build this studio that people can use and it was kind of more of a idealistic do to kind of vibe as I always make the studio that people you know, that I've got, no other voice can come in, and groups and stuff like that. It's like the new community radio, was it? Well, when I first came up with the idea before I had this room about two or three years ago, I'd like to have a podcast studio
then it was actually community radio that put the blankets on it because I looked up you know, alternative places you can hire to do a podcast three, see, I was doing it for cheap in a fancy pants studio. So I kind of went off again Yeah, and then sort of the idea popped up and then I went or doesn't really matter because now I want to you know, I'm not trying to make money out of Yes, in a pre existing room. So the
show and the content vinyls like what is it what does it all mean to you? Have you gotten here? What's your background that sort of spark to that interest or the you know, the the,
the great Oracle mentor out there I YouTube search
came up with, you know, a lot of things like stop hating your own voice and, you know, ladies kind of things you learn when you go, how do I do this? Yeah. And one of them was like, do what, you know, do what you're good at. And everyone's gone to a scooter podcast, scooter podcast off of Connor. This is meant to be escapism, not sort of laying down more scooter chip. In my spare time.
You talked about before we got on this. You mentioned the EULA. All when when it starts recording, I get nervous. You don't come across as nervous. And it's interesting because I see like you look at your your Instagram page, you've put how many videos if you put up probably 140
or something like that, which
I mean you can only do if you're actually genuinely passionate about what you're talking about. And so how do you battle the nerves? I mean, it's not like you're doing it on in on a stage in front of thousands and thousands of people. But everyone feels nervous. I know first podcast we did. There was a bit of nerves what's How do you deal with that?
Well, I don't really I just kind of push on and go well, it's gonna happen I see there's kind of like they say you've got to have this operation we do. Don't you go Yeah, like wag it yeah you go to the operation and then you go it's ages away and then that you know they can't I haven't had an operation but I imagine it's likely and then and then they will you win and then they give you a NATO and yet Oh, she was close now it doesn't matter how scared you are. Yeah, happening. You know, the main the main you wake up and everything's cool if you're lucky. So I see it like that. I'm just you know, someone two times I've been best man in the you know, my life you know, from the day they say can you be my best my best man my whole life is it's got another layer of gelatinous film around in of nerves until your second I sit down. And then I feel every bit of Grog, I've drank that. So
give me like a break. So it's like that. And so we can do it. We listening to podcasts, like how does what I'm really curious about is so what was data what's day to day been like for you for the last 2015 years or whatever, and how has the How is podcasting slowly sort of come into your vision
it is it's another guilty confession because I discovered that you know, the after show podcasts like into something like a reality show, like you know,
if they have a show like The Walking Dead Yeah, sure, people and then there's a if you really like that show, and then I'm at work working by myself every day and you put one of those on, then you've got these a couple of American sitting there going on and on about the show that you've watched last night, I spent an hour talking about a 40 minute show sort of thing. And that's like, Oh, that was kind of that's that was how I that was the only podcasts I knew for a couple years and I will then they were good and I like the way that they saw things are I just watched the TV show and then went to bed yeah but these guys gone Have you noticed that the there's a there's a code to the colors of T shirts the dude Where's in Breaking Bad and all these international and that's really all podcasts I've listened to it's just they can go deeper and so
the screwed a business how did how did that come about? How did you start on your career path? What was if you know the entry into it totally by mistake. I just
just I've just always operated with no ambition.
And so I just got into scooters. My mate said I'm going to get a Vespa isn't easy. And I went Oh, yeah. What's that
I want and I you know, I got a an older one than him. And then I just, you know, while he was just riding to work every day, I was going deep into it until our whole you know, 50% of my workspace. This was a real time In fact, I was I was fabricating road on furniture, architectural stuff in here for many years before that. So you've always worked with the hands Yeah, and you Yeah,
you know how to fix mechanical things. And so what did you just start tinkering around with it
did just this shooting I'm pulling them apart, carry on. And then the there was a drought here, you remember? And this there was a big boom in modern scooters, automatic ones Tupperware, scooters,
let's just being bitchy, but I'm scared to talk as
you get. You get a lot of bitchy scooter talk on Derek podcast. And he made one
if I did. Okay. Yeah, I'll probably lose a lot of business.
Well, the thing with this with scooters. And this is something that's just
I feel like my perception of scooters has only changed over the last couple of years
is like, I used to think that screwed is this real fam thing, right? And then I started meeting people who like, I think you're a pretty blokey bloke where does that where does that sort of fam vibe of scooters come from? Is it a certain scene within
like the metrosexual metrosexual Italian yeah Italy? George? Haven't you know I'm about to back man whities say the dudes on those scooters. Oh, there is that where I'm dressed malefactors. It
can I put it down? I think it's just one of those Australian things. Yeah. Where? You know we kind of look at isolated and we miss out on a few interesting points in history. Yeah,
I've the review I've just done this morning before you guys came in was a band called marching orders. Which isn't always skinhead band, and for those for the members of that band.
That's not true to the members. That band and other photographer from the cover all ride scooters, they're all covered in tattoos, and they're all genuinely tough.
Wow. So e scooter this how niche, like how the subculture of Scuderi Is it like is it is obviously something out there. Yeah,
well, it's mostly kinds from the UK. It's a UK thing. So all that you know, that you the mods is kind of the most mostly known part of it. The mods as modifying the mods as in, you know, the who dudes in suits riding around on scooters. You don't know
what do you know anything? I know who the who are out there. Is that what you're referring to the group? Yeah. Yeah.
So there was a subculture that kicked off in the you know, the gritty subcultures have always come from basically poor kids with nothing else to do when they build a subculture, you know, yeah. punks. Rude, boys. Yes.
Fucking watch. Phil I don't know. Anything. So my cultural sort of this is what's gonna be fascinations. You're a 99 1990
of fucking like I know it's outrageous so I know nothing so preface anything that you're saying with Josh has no fucking idea but I'm so interested Josh was just uploaded onto the matrix he hasn't seen that but you will know what I'm talking about. So he's fresh just feed him a new system so so that Yeah, there's all these yeah so Toronto This is a succession of subcultures
that come from poor kids in Britain yeah and
there were ones called Teddy boys which I think very funny when my father was a teddy boy yeah but the mods they they it's very interesting they just went all right they think you know we're scumbag kids from the poor areas and we haven't got work and all that so they obsessed and was Italian Tailored Suit started in its before hit the poor kids that started as a movement they say by a couple of Jewish lives in London. Yeah. Who just went let's go let's look fucking shop that was and that was it. Let's look super duper sharp. And that evolved into using the Italian scooters because they were neat. There was no dirty oil or anything anyway, you know, that will self contained and it moved into that. And then it took off and was huge. And they used to go and have big brawls with the rockets.
And because we were in Collingwood, and so did you grow up in Collingwood? Or where did you grow up? Now mural back more back. Okay, so how long like do you live close by here? You what's your address? I'm curious. I'm curious as to you know, did Australia say that like, have you did did we then sort of take that subculture? And because I think I could I can't really imagine because Collingwood for the our international listeners How would you describe it? It's a pretty used to be pretty fucking roughed in it. Yeah. Yeah,
this was a rough inner city suburb that would have housed people working in inner city factories. Mm hmm. And you told me the story about this straight 20 years ago to what it is today what's the comparison you something stuck out from what you told me about it
20 years ago there was well you know you're in a hot you know, you're some way working down there right and there's a basically a billion more people sitting there doing work compared to 20 years ago then
the the building over the road was one huge it was the last kind of freestanding red brick in a city factory you could ever see from a distance there's few Fitzroy ones where they put balconies on for apartments and it was only recently recently that they tore the facade often made it look like the crown casino Danny's
good echo good heck
What did I actually do in the factory well they
went most of the time when I was here it was a sign making factory but it was all about shoes last week was about shoes really although just after world war two I think from here down in from my building down to your building was owned by one company and they made board game
wow yeah Do you know what what ballgame
did know it's something to do with war
I didn't know I'm gonna handy it's
obviously didn't do well we closed and Derek couldn't give a fuck about what we already you're in an industry that
seems unique has it How have you seen from you know the global financial crisis like what's the ride in business for you how you saying it
really doesn't affect me at all because it's so small and I'm kind of is probably one of the guy that does it who's an old Italian guy down by the seaside he rips you off
me rusty rusty till
now let's not come into that but the probably business wise I I don't handle like because I've when I was doing the road on it was a unique and it was my my designs kind of thing creativity creatively and with the scooters there's there's no one else doing it so I kind of become super sensitive to competition if someone goes I'll fix that are you know my mate fixed it for me I was like oh who's attacking made Who's this what you know so I don't have it yeah I'm not in a competitive business so just I forgot what it's like
what what sort of content you can choose to like have you gone down the YouTube rabbit hole of screw during or is it just not a thing What does that may email creating content I sit know just watching content like their bloggers who are in the Spirit of St
Louis Really? Rami are with fixing. Yes
So really it's look at ease and opening and I do every day I probably go maybe I should. Maybe I should. Yeah but I'd like like I said I don't handle criticism very well. So you know
a thing that the comments would be like yeah, I used a wavy washer in that one in 1964 that was supposed to be a you know you know twice as many waves in the washer shape you know like said
half any he
gets it gets a bit intense. Yeah.
And so do they expose conferences where the factory like find out this information
on on online or you're supposed
to like swap meet type of shit and find like old manuals are not here.
This happens in Italy and England and stuff but now there's only swap meets have been have been kind of in this building.
Do you feel the need to go out and explore overseas to see what's going on? Or is it all very self contained? You just it's just someone brings in their broken scooter and I fix it. Yes.
There's not much to learn. Like if when someone does turn up who can do what I do and it has had and then suddenly just kind of perk up and go sheet I better get you know, learn some or staff will be on the cutting edge. Yeah, but I usually learn about what new products are available
from my customers. Yeah, they ring app and they go oh, what do you think about this new 219 cc, you know Ella minium kit for the blah blah just go let me just check on that and I'll get back to you. Yeah, the pockets
and like a magnet. And you're talking to us before about the
the fact that you are a bit of a name dropper, who's the most famous customer that you've ever had in your shop?
Oh my god, I know
I've got I've got the daily talk shows
here right now,
but not customers. And what about
the answer the question Dan Henschel
Dan Roshan anyway.
Not in any way
of going well,
he that's a slab isn't it?
Well, yeah, this isn't this isn't film production roles here. You're fine.
I had a guy come in who said I told this story this morning after I met another guy who I plan to name drop but um.
He came in with this like nice tatty old school which is obviously emotionally connected to it has to be a reason why you keep it and he was what a sting
thing is I
my emotions more importantly
you must have some fucking real to keep this piece of shit
that all my life my cars in your face so the
he's coming and he said look I'm secret every year or can I do every year my battery goes flat I'm going Why do you use it? He goes no because I don't work in America for sort of half a year whoa what do you do? He said I'm an actor how's it far that's grass I'm a name dropper
Give me something I said come on. And I thought he's gonna say you know
like an extra or something like that yeah and I'll say because I'm doing the show and I said well give me the biggest thing you've ever done quickly and he said I'll snow town yeah Have you seen it? I said no no, I haven't seen it but I'm going to visit
this on the Adelaide What about the murders and stuff? Yeah, grab the bodies in the battle. Yeah, so yeah,
when I watch it, what party goes you know I'm the fat sick Oh, with a beard. Who can I feel? Speak Yeah, right. Okay. What else and he's doing a show called turn Washington spies I've watched every one of you good love it. Yeah. What is the Oracle about the some kind of revolution in America? Not the civil war but something else but yeah.
Talking murders. Easy straight?
Yes. That's the famous easy straight murder
Yeah. So how long have you been in all I ask a question to it. I've got a connection it's not about you right now
back in good connection.
I want to
work quite well the way I roll with with this topic Yeah, you guys actually don't know this but I have a specific way of dealing with this topic I think that's just letting people tell me their information first
guy you want
Yeah. Sounds like something a motor Woodside but
what does he know
in short there was a murder on Easy Street and there was a woman killed and a baby that was in it caught just crawling around the woman was found three days later after the murder and the baby was alive when was this What What year are we talking I couldn't tell you it'd be 60 s no no no sorry no wasn't that like okay I can work this out because my brother knows the baby really don't do
that is interesting goodbye to the babies obviously grown up to be an adult
yeah survives and so with the police must have gone and found this fact and poor little baby in a court just hungry and screaming and and so I think it was my brother went to school with the guy yeah. Or partied with the guy one of those things. But either way, I bro has met the baby that was in the heavy doing okay, it's fine now. Yeah.
Well, I know he's an adult. See, ya know. But I still think if your mom was murdered when you're a baby.
When it comes to real. I think I feel like if it happened before you were born you would be it'd be seen as like a story. You'd almost feel like it's a movie you reflect back to Scott bad bits in a recent story that's attached to you. So I wonder. I feel like you'd be fine. It's I think it'd be a hot and scab. No one let you forget. That's what Yeah, yeah.
One of my memories. Basically, what I was saying before was alluding to the fact that 20 years of he went before they had all before they set up all those cheap sneakers, shops up the road. We locals would cruise past all the time. I made my whole living out of just selling things to them. Yeah. furniture. Yeah, yeah.
the code name
so I I sort of grabbed the from the last of the oldies that used to be around here before they sold up for millions and took off or passed on or whatever. But they used to tell me little tidbits here and there. Because it was there their patch and all that. Yeah, but um, which I forgot most of but I do remember that the Herald Sun don't like mentioning the name of that paper too often. But the Herald Sun I remember the headline and I was here so it was no longer than 98 it was not before 1998 and it the headline said, I do not hate my mother's killer and my mother's killer. Yeah, and it was they got a quote of the baby baby and it was his 21st birthday. So they've gone and hunted him down hit him up for a quote on his 21st birthday
to do that chasing up someone
or 1998 was 21 you know it was 21 years before that he saying no. Well the guy would be around 30 it'd be between 36 and about 40 so what's an average what what's the rough what's a rough time that he that this all went down I'm just trying to get context Tommy said the 16th is hey why I was
way off I just told you it would have been because my brothers 36
around the same as
70 so that's out yeah so be
late late 70s late 70s okay and so obviously from 98 so it could have been after that yeah when the Herald something came out yeah sure but it but it's so it's after mid 70s I tell you
what we're all bunch of detectives who are working on like when you watch a crush investigations and you become
we can't be fucking running in a three it at that sort of way
so so what's true
fan out about these headline and what what does that make you think well it
just might be just height The Herald Sun even more than I ever had.
Well, you are obviously entering into easy stripe would have known history of like, of that
later on. told us it will just went Oh, easy, straight Easy Street. Like it's it's 20 years old. Yeah. Why was that same, right? It was still a little fresher. Yeah, people still do it. But people that are older Yeah. So as obviously as people get older. Yeah, there's that's the
rub. I understand it. Less and less people that
like you guys go Oh, I just found out about Easy Street. Yeah. But so there's less and less people knocking around this area that just the first thing they say is Oh, Easy Street. Like when I if I order some steal from a dandy non factory or something that
they referenced the murders lady
on the phone will go Oh, easy. Street. Who? Yeah.
Wow. Well, that's how I knew about it was because I remember speaking to my mom on the phone, I'm like, I'm going to just go and easy straight with Tommy's offices. And it's like, oh, he's straight. It's a thing. And she she she lives in that role not far from Danny long. So it must be a se thing you just said, you know any more details about like, what have you collected along the wireless
I started collecting a nice the faculty that
they were I mean, there were, there was a TV show someone I need produced it. And it was one of those using a psychic or something
is a local made TV show about it. And I made a big deal about some things that they never revealed about the crime scene. They were actually two women murdered are really, yeah, yeah. And
so that's why the room is that the old people used to say, you know, little things. I can't remember all the details. But there were things like, you know, there were bits of their body parts, founding letter boxes, and, but these would have been Chinese whispers. And yeah, you can't say that anymore. These would have been stories that is adapted to it. Each person told them on. Yeah, it's
very interesting. I wonder what it does to a straight or an area. Right? Like, I remember just being a kid and having like,
stuff go down. Yeah, SWAT teams cold or like, people killing and it just like, yeah, you get really paint a picture as a kid. You remember that? owning that half? It's obviously still there. Well, it was on the street with it at a house. So what was it was, yeah, yeah,
it's a house down there. It's, it was a way I mean,
a while back. It was always kind of like, oh, who's been living there? kind of thing. Yeah. But, uh, and someone has as time goes on. Yeah.
Would you live in it? Yeah, yeah. Yeah,
of course. It'd be worth second one point. I was allowed
to live in Preston
earlier. Question. Yeah. And so, um,
we're nearly 40 minutes. So better wrap it up. But I want to know more about this podcast stuff. So how much time you spending on all of this now? Is it do you find it's a it's a good sort of distraction from your normal work a going to just like you went from furniture to scooters. Is this the next? Is this the next iteration of Derek?
He's currently nodding his head, which I think
hey, was bringing out before yesterday. We Josh and I went pretty deep. Yeah, we did you listen to yesterday's podcast. Yeah,
halfway through. And so we were kind of talking about I mean, I can't really remember what we talked about. But the we talk a lot about deciding on where you want to go vs where you fucking think that you'll be able to go, it's like, I see you with this space. And you thinking might be it might be almost tarnished by those thoughts about what you could actually do with it. So what do you want to do with this stuff? Like blue sky total? Right? Okay.
The dream is to get to build a get a curriculum writer to write a
roving podcast studio lesson into primary school curriculum and have this as the base basically, this room simply provides some kind of credibility Yeah, to the whole thing. And it goes around, and this is my business idea now is going to hear this, I don't have any listeners. And we go, just basically, go ahead. advice from someone. I said, Oh, this is what I'd love to do. And they say, get it written into the curriculum, and then you'll be cool and actually have it go round to the kids because it just kind of a great idea, talents, every kid with the talent you know, when you go to a school play, and it's, it might be about a, you know, some people walking through the desert, but they'll still be someone with a band playing banjo because that's his skill. Yeah, you know, this covers everybody skill. So that's my, that's one of the dreams I've actually decided to do my own podcast. So how
can people find like, if people want to listen, so you're gonna be talking vinyls? Tell us about I started to go the beach. He
is he screwed up.
That'll be on my last day before I retired,
I think. Yeah,
my friend is nice stereo of the fucking crown toilets
yet? No. So what? Yeah. How?
How people are going to be able to follow along if we're able to link it up. You know? Yeah. What is the the next little bit for you? So I've made a website called Castaway studios. That's kind of my working title for this room. Makes sense?
With the hammocks? Yeah, yeah, well, yeah,
that just was like, it makes me to pick you know how I've been drinking lots of water in the morning. I feel like it really makes me in a two piece as well. I don't know if that's a
cup. I thought first for water. But it's empty.
Yes, I go on. So tell us so Castaway.
Castaway. So that's the idea is to. If someone wants to do a podcast, they've always dreamed of it. Or they just want to on their bucket list. Technically. I'd like to just produce for them basically. All right, come in. Sit down. This is a spreadsheet that will help you work what fuck you can do? Yeah, because that's interesting. Isn't it? You go all right. I mean you guys got a handle on just sitting there having a yet we go
for dinner Sagan. Why don't we just record this yep yeah and that's the thing
that the structures great like having that and that's I think that that's the a lot of people at the beginning you need to synthesize your thoughts you need to know okay, you can talk about anything What are you going to talk about? yeah and so I think that sounds like a great idea yeah
to try that out the equipment I did a podcast called news in briefs right and it was a joke was never to be it was to test out whether I could produce something put it up put on blueberry
change and I did that it worked from a website use the podcast WordPress theme Yeah, great. And it all worked Yeah. And then I got carried away I probably did about 18 or so and all I did was look at the ABC News in my that came into my iPhone in the morning and just read the news because they just had to say something good it wasn't for anyone to hear I never told anyone we're was and but then after that I found myself kind of
thought you know just carry on and swearing because I thought well it'll least be something you know for my education
my per user with an account because I wouldn't medically started swearing
biggest problem we're gonna limit our audience from the amount of times we said Can't
I love it I was just thinking like this is and they're becoming more popular podcast studios yeah they're like the modern day man cave The old man cave was have a fucking stripper pole and a bar like that's I've literally seen some disgusting man caves
I don't know who your friends with no
no no i saw i just quickly I did a show and ship it in and we did this thing was like the our radio show on to her and we put it out there of can we do a podcast from your house and this one guy I felt so sorry for him I got to his house at 5am he had the fire going he had a Jim Beam can and he's hand yeah and he'd been drinking he's obviously an alcoholic and he had a stripper pole and he had like these old Jim Beam g strings hanging up and my point is like that's that's the old star I'm sure you've seen them Terry's probably get one of these has now jack but this is like the this is like the new mankind yeah and I know that people want like Craig has got one of these has
got the dream man cave I think it's you know and extends to anyone right? I think anyone could The amazing thing is anyone who's got something to say can create a podcast
yeah and create a space communication and communicating with people is almost becoming real cool yeah and it's
fucking awesome thanks for having us in your space there we're gonna have you back on and also want you if I can go on fully live with the with the Ozzy vinyl show is that
is that the name of what your podcast is gonna be? Yeah there's gonna it's gonna be an in depth one song one piece of history and just go deep into it because then they were podcasts shine Yeah, me they come to you talking right?
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