- August 1, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Wednesday August 1 (Ep 142) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
Speeding up podcasts when you listen, news outlets doing clickbait, Josh’s boat tour of Capri, running out of washing, feeling obliged to order more at a restaurant and the reason to not lick cotton tips.
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conversation sometimes worth recording with Josh Johnson and Tommy jacket. It's a daily Talk Show Episode 142 Tommy jacket, right? I this is a bit of a hot builder for the show. But we were talking just before we started about some exciting shit that we got going on. And yeah, it it makes me want to do two things go and take a poo. But it also gives me shivers, I get cold and it is cold here in Melbourne while you're in, you know, summer Europe. But do you get that when you get to be the axon and you start getting a bit like, a bit cold? And, like
seven? Yeah, a bit, a bit out of body experience, a little bit sort of Tinguely type of deal. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. And this is one of those first time where there's, it's the reward comes a little bit lighter. Yeah. Like I'm always someone who I like to bring the reward soon. And this is one of the situations where we've planned something out but a little bit far. And so it's hard to talk about it in the public space because it feels like we've got a still a long way to go. Yeah,
and the more the reason we don't want to talk about half the stuff that we're going to do is because if it falls through, we look at real
well Yeah, well, it's also it's just that thing of you don't want that to be the thing that people listen for or are expecting Yes. Um, it's it's a nice bonus, there is a nice reward to yc which I'm normally fucking terrible about. I saw
something that was very funny and I thought you would get a giggle out of this so we had jack post on the show who is the co host of the Christian O'Connell Breakfast Show and share that to Jackie was on episode 90 of the daily talk show but I just saw on their Facebook page they posted a video and I just saw someone had written a comment in the comment section woman named Susan and she says Is it just me or is the podcast having issues and that got my interest as soon as I saw that it was followed by sounds like it's really speeded up and hard to listen to
what has she done yeah
this is double taps the space program like for time
but I thought it was good to inform your she writes speeded up
by I realized the situation as I go as I got today, what what she's done, she's accidentally hit the double speed. But Captain James who listens to this show, he started listening to all these podcasts in double speed and you wreck it this is one thing that Captain doesn't need. I feel like it's just like, I can imagine him on the road listening to us right now.
fact he's, he's already pretty tweak to do that. What I thought if we let's just for the next 30 seconds, increase the speed at which we're talking, which would really stuffing my because now he's listening to us in quadruple speed, I find it very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very hard to the point where I can only say one word quickly. So anyway, let's get into this discussion of that. Not stop that but that would have really stuck with giants is a double I actually did it though I did that exact thing trying to 1.5 but the concern that I have is that doing this show and listening to other shows, I'm wary that some of the styles can sometimes be rubbed off on me. So for instance, we spoke about it earlier on a previous episode about me listening to
shows where it's only 100 and how they sort of get a bit monologue they obviously by design it's a little bit more sort of a monologue and I was worried that all of a sudden out stop becoming a little bit like that and it's the same with the speed ease I feel like if I constantly listen to everything at one point ice or two times the speed that I'm going to start thinking everything else in the world slower and I'm going to start speaking faster yeah it's
I've tried at one and a half speed is probably about what i what i can cope with before it you know sounds outrageous yeah
being on holidays I can listen to so many more podcasts
know you've been taking money all of them yeah
it's probably is what does it look like from the out outside getting all my messages and stuff is a bit manic what's what's it makes me feel like it makes me feel
or understand how sort of cemented in your own life and work in this busy existence when you might isn't in that which I mean that's why you're why you having sort of a pause in a race it from from your life while having a great time and experiencing a whole bunch of other stuff but I can definitely feel like you're sending me this stuff and like you said before our year
you've been messaging me like obviously light I just haven't looked at them and but then I forgotten about them so
you've just got a whole bunch of time on your hands that you're sending through these thoughts but it's great there's so much of the blue bubble on I message it's one of those things where it's like and I'm the kind of made that doesn't need to hear back from someone yeah I'm happy to have the Montauk
on the pot yes just like riding I'm just like you know what this is at some point although you still getting messages right? Is that a Mac now Laurent's from the office I can
update in Melbourne Yeah, I know we've spoke I feel like we spoke about this quite a bit but it seems to be a big thing he said about on social media and it's the the Coles and Woolworths banning the bags and charging 15 cents. Banning free bags and charging 15 cents for back calls have done a backflip and they've just confirmed that they're not going to be charging for the bags
ongoing how crazy Wow. So they're just giving out that brochure late but the point would be that they they've got to be reusable so the risk and not charging is that people are just I know my lazy self would just be like man I would just be trading them like the bags that I would be getting. Normally I would end up with 100 of them 100% and that's exactly where I mean they pretty thin they seem a bit stronger than the old ones but it's yeah completely backflip and but what I kind of thought about this whole thing was people it's it's funny like how there's this this ground swell in something that shifts and people get on board with either having an argument or sharing their opinion like I see how news.com they posted on Facebook and they status for the the news article was you get a bag you get a bag it was like the Oprah saying you get a car you get a car but I was like you trivializing something that I mean it's kind of important like obviously calls and is that the media's responsibility like is it is that their role to be doing that I don't think I don't think editorializing I don't think a news outlet and i and i get it they trying to keep up with these and the clues.com to you. Yeah but I mean there's still one of the leaders in distributing any kind of news in Australia online and so I was like that is such a fucking poor poor offering of what you guys do jumping in and trying to make trying to get an eyebrow reference and try be a bit funny and get a kick out of it when obviously cold of this is a huge backflip that I've done like massive that they have crumbled and the so this is what people are now the angle is well if you're going to crumble on that what do you ever gonna stick to and grow backbone and all this shit so it's it's interesting it's it's kind of like the old bike phenomenon it was it's like the bag phenomenon it's like Zach guys things that happen and just bubble it's it's water cooler talk
and this is the thing right when you're a why being in Capri right now the level of like it looking from the outside in you say these things and you're like,
house how small that like when we're in these worlds like we create these little worlds don't mean birds this like we we get behind this stuff. And we talked about it and it seems like such a big thing. And then you only have to hike move a little bit further away. And you realize it's like fact one how we haven't. How is that becoming such a big topic of conversation. I
guess it's it definitely shifted what I've been doing. Like I just have been deciding not to get one and just carry on shit or just yeah, it's it's definitely it will definitely change it. percentage of people within this still angry drunks that will be pissed off about having to spend any more money. Yeah,
it's good for many environmental point of view, making that sort of shift i think is good. I was looking on on social media with the
there was that guy and Frank stun that fucking King here? Yeah, she said that video. I didn't see the video. But I saw people posting. So in short, a guy King hit someone which is just a stranger on the street. This 4043 year old yet he was was walking along, just minding his own business. And then this guy with he's got two other two mates with him. Yeah,
just I can hit him. smashes him in the face, knocks him down. He got off on so didn't get locked up for which was crazy. It was like, unprovoked. But doing what I said the first thing I saw of that was somewhat he'd created a meme or a better term, like a photo of his face and the concrete in business the he has and the number and so they gave out this guy's number. And so people jumping on. Imagine the people calling him It's crazy. The sort of shaming or the public retribution. That's not the right word. But like, what comes back on you mean, and I'm not saying it is unwarranted, but it's like, it's crazy. If you fuck up. It's it's going to be public these days.
Well, I think that that's the, you know, the public is now trying to bring, you know, take some sort of control and they're saying something that seems unjust, which is the fact that he's just still walking on the streets because it's super upsetting it like I'm not one to really get into the news cycle or, you know, sort of join in on that conversation. But when I saw that, it definitely I was like, What can I do, I wanted to do something because it was one of those, um, it was it was just one of those things where you're like, if this was allowed, if this was a thing that kept happening in society or something that we accepted, it would be a pretty dark place
it's I mean, there's many things at play here. I was just thinking news.com to a friend of mine cam he posted like this outrageous article that was written by them on Ilan Musk, and it was beating him up for something that he done. And then the next day I posted an article about Elon Musk and was a really positive one that was like outlining, you know, five steps to being a billionaire or five yards a billionaire does. It's like I mean, it's like, it's like you might with Bob, Paula, who's just having a gala at someone, the next minute I cried. I love that guy.
It's It's It's difficult, because I don't know what the answer is. I think that especially with the rhetoric around what Donald Trump has been speaking to, it's around journalism and sort of anti a bit sort of anti journalist at the moment. It it's also a bit dangerous because I see myself falling into that like I rolling and bit almost putting you had journalists in the same category as politicians or stuff like that, where it's like, what's the bullshit they going to spin here, but I then upon further reflection, it's like, I really respect journalists, and they play such an important role in society. And so I think that the risk is that with the, you know, the BuzzFeed esque nature of the way media is going they are actually like they it's a bit of a disservice and when they do things that are sort of real click Beatty or that as a to sort of bringing their opinion into new stories I don't know it's it I think it's risky I mean the essence of what it meant to be journal journalist is a the shifted or you know the definitions change because it's yeah this is so much opinion within journalism these days which is not what original journalism was originally based upon it was all facts and you know, a staple i think that that I mean, I think that the thing is that it's a I think that because of the the new cycle being sped up it's meaning that they're having to produce more stories that there's a higher pressure not to deep dive into things and I think that that's where the risk is associated with it which is you know when you're building stories through Twitter it's that sort of garbage out you can these be be as good as their sources and I just even look on Instagram in the comments of say cnn posts and there's so much negativity this especially within the sort of the political landscape in the US people are super super critical of mainstream media
What time is it where you are right now
it's 325 in the morning during Capri so early that's yeah
pitch black outside is it feel like the depths of not or is it summer a bit lot not even
it's not like it at all so I took up your suggestion and we we booked a boat trip sick in Capri and I think it's like it was a private one it might just I'm I have a feeling it might just be brain I saying go we got really lucky with the bed and breakfast that we stated that he has like a 9.8 rating on booking.com which is really really really high and he basically like for Capri we like it's super cheap I think was over two nights I think it's about 500 bucks of the two nights so it's about 250 and night which is a lot like that say I like peak and when it comes to traveling we're probably averaging around 120 bucks and not around Europe yeah but for what we get like it's amazing because he's this guy Marco sits sits down with us and is asking so these questions he grew up in Capri so he's he's saying Yeah, what do you want to do? Here's some great restaurants I'll book it all in we have him on WhatsApp so we're just like it's it's not even using Airbnb or anything he looks like a bed and breakfast through booking calm but he he was saying how he was actually like I would actually love to take you guys out on the boat because initially when I said to him I was like I really want I want we want to do some sort of boat trip he said Okay cool. Yeah they can pick you up at like 10am and I said are Is there like a sunrise option a site that would actually be amazing no one ever asks or does it but he was saying that he's got a boat and to
he was saying that he would have loved to take us out but there's old like insurance risks and stuff and he could potentially he's got a parking spot spot for his boat which he's grandfather had given to him and he paid in the old currency so that's why while like he pays wireless I have made urge for his boat car park and if you get sort of caught with say taking people you know tourists out without the proper licenses and stuff you can basically be banned from having a spot for 10 years so I just can't risk it and so what is he doing? He's got a maid or something so he's just booked through a tourist like a like obviously a company that he knows or he's just sent on WhatsApp is like be down at the port at 5am and
yet this is going to be gone I'm Antonio It was like a little bit initially he was like our
he said it's gonna be a rat before we said all the sunrise thing he's like it'd be about 250 euros or whatever to do it to do the private boat thing for four hours because he was like if you do two hours basically every hour after two hours is way cheaper. Yeah so basically you'd be paying like 180 for the first two hours and then it's like way cheaper just tack on a bunch yeah they ended up being for sunrise It was like 320 so to splurge
Are you love it? They give you food breakfast? Yeah, yeah,
I don't know about I don't think like definitely water and stuff. I don't know about like a huge amount of food. But which straight day going to drop us off. He basically suggested there's a blue what's a cold water? What's the the Blue Grotto? Thank you.
So they dropping us off there. He said. Basically, rather than most tourists what they do is they sort of just boasts around and then go where they sort of took off but what he was saying he's basically given us a whole itinerary where it's like get off he get a bus he he's gonna book sort of a car for us from a restaurant and what sort of things are your eyes think you're doing, man? It's just, it is one of those things where you don't want to be doing this every single day. Just from an exhaustion point of view.
Yeah, well, imagine I me she was doing this shit. When she was
eight weeks pregnant and feeling horrible. And we were on our honeymoon. She was still just making sure that she was getting in some some kind of a honeymoon and she we chose not to go to the Grotto. We ended up going from Sorento, around Positano and Amalfi yeah which was cool but fact boats and being pregnant not good what time of year did you guys go there this time July June July July and August yet so as around this time it's so hot Europe is sinking stinking hot at this time well that
that's been one of the than one problems that I'm facing he's the the washing situation we just thinking you finally yet yes bit on the ass wearing a T shirt for four months straight well the T shirt you say that I'm actually wearing my lighter This is my lighter gray t shirt I'm wearing this is the same like merino wool I I didn't like the lighter color as much but I've sort of been forced to hang up the other I'm sort of a like allowing the other ones to break by sort of hanging them up over some chairs to see if I can get the semi bit of smell out of him. But that that that definitely has happened to where I'm at an all time low I'm sort of really when it comes to washing i've
i've made the mistake if I think I had one
one pair of undies or whatever that I had to tried to wash or something like something may have gone in the water with them. Something happened where it's got like the phallus like water like you know the water smell so nothing to them. And so I I'm trying not to mix that I'm sort of initially breeze like should you just check them and like it you can even be able to like
wash them on hand. When was last time you actually did laundry
laundry out of Bay in
Serrano. So when we were in that medieval two and a half I guess yeah it's about two weeks ago geez yeah so we're just very low but I found like luckily I found a pair of sockets and a pair of undies which is sort of lying as if there's some sort of royal offering by go barefoot just go barefoot on the boat you don't need shoes
shoes yeah type bring the shoes yeah but they said bring by there's and so I'm really I'm really hoping we get to jump out and go and swim in the water and she will get you'll be able to jump off the bus The best thing about over there is like is factual sharks and
yeah all right we like tourists I mean unless you from South Africa Australia is pretty epic when it comes to just like I'm I'd be most good to just jump off the side of a boat in even in like the harbor or like just off the coast cuz there's sharks is great white sharks fact those things but over in Europe like you can just switch our swimming it's amazing this beautiful fish I'm sure there's a chance of getting needed or something but the waters to warm the big bed shows that
like it all the only thing is is sharks tend to come out like I feel like this tight like early in the morning in Australia or anyway is the time not to be in the water but my guess is that yet like I think you're spot on I think the risk of a shark attack if I get a shot get attacked by shark in Capri The worst thing that will happen is that our end up on us calm with some sort of funny headline that they'll be pushing on phase yeah because you get a shark attack and you get a shock it's
accurate but you'd be very creating that saying you'd be standing off looking jst here in the wind just absolutely just Jansen was basically incorporate yet met the would be doing a whole sort of primary to a going around Australia talking to schools maybe it'd be good for the podcast would probably you'd be on Casey Neistat vlog like that Australian they've got his leg and I'm bitten off yeah
man I'm already working out the new Ray brand it's going to be that guy was ripped by the way is what I was like a Navy SEAL or whatever. Yeah,
he was. Well he's in Australia and he was in the Navy in Australia and a friend of mine who was in the Navy worked alongside him and and yeah he was
diving and then last if you don't know who he is, I can't remember his name but he lost his leg and these are in bitten by a bull shark in the Sydney Harbour while it was down doing some diving training stuff crazy but the thing he said was if you're gonna lose one of them take the leg because the arms the annoying one
time my leg stretch me
is it's I tried to attack me by like, no, that's my dude I saw on Facebook yesterday the most crazy thing a woman was when fell into a polar bear enclosure. What
fell into a polar bear fell into
a polar bears closure. And the worst thing is that I judge a judge to because she was like overweight and couldn't couldn't hold her own body weight on this fucking rope that these people were trying to pull up. And so she kept falling in the polar bear was grabbing her ass and ripping her and she ended up surviving. But as I God, one rate one time that you probably wish that you did your chin ups.
You're trying to get away from Paul a bit crazy. But yeah,
it's funny. The thing with animals attacking humans, It's horrifying to watch, but I feel like I remember laughing out of shock when hearing the lady that was calling up the 911 when she when she had I think she had a pit chimpanzee. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And it was Yeah. Like it ripped her face up. Yes.
That was crazy. And she survived that. Unbelievable. But she lost her whole entire face. I mean, you don't want to have a monkey as a pet. This is the people of fact you lost it.
I can't help but like, I mean, it is absurd. It's disgusting to laugh at that sort of thing. And it's not funny at all. But there's there is something where it's like humans doing dumb shit. Oh. Especially with animals. Where it's like our fact. Like, it's almost like watching. Like, is it that different to watching Planet Earth? You know where they're fucking the animals are killing other animals. I guess when the animals killing a human. It's real fun. If you enjoy that shit, or you think it's funny. You're a bit faculty bit tweaked what's like the over in Dubai and all the rich people wanting to purchase? Yeah, like,
well, though. Yeah,
they're gonna get it a horrendous, horrendous idea. But you bringing up Facebook, I've been thinking I actually haven't been thinking about Facebook lately. And it hit me the other day where I like, scrolled for a few seconds. I'm spending way less time and it happened. Why before this trip as well. I reckon I didn't spend any time on Facebook.
Guys. Let's do an artist when you open your phone into the the battery life test if we do this, yeah, I think in the peak of Josh being in Melbourne. He's Instagram use was that what was it? Eight, seven hours a day? No. Yeah.
No, it was. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Seven, seven hours? Seven and a half hours? A
every seven days. Okay. Okay. Which Yeah. Alright. So if you haven't done this, you can do at home battery pack. You go in the battery. And you check. Yeah, this is on iOS. Personal Hotspot for me. Is is pretty high. But the last seven days. Let's do that last seven days.
What? What have you got? This is pretty disgusting.
So Instagram takes up 30 36%
of my time. Yes. I have a guess. In the last seven days. How much on screen time last? No. nine hours.
16.8 hours on screen. Fuck off.
607 days. What are you doing?
I think every time I'm like, I've had so much. You know, Instagram has been showing that message where they say you've reached the end of the internet. You fucking are troll face. You know, up to date. They say up to Yeah, you're up today? Yeah, I've been up to that. Like so many times. It's said that I've been up to date.
No, I've been that's
it's already gemstone up to date. To date. You know, the funny thing is, I'll defend myself by saying I use Instagram messaging more than I use WhatsApp and stuff like that. So I have some a direct message like messaging with people my preferred method with just
I don't know, like, what's happened, staff just feels a bit sort of old school. So most conversations I'm having is on Instagram. Fair enough. That's what that's why I'm not on Facebook.
A good t shirt would be a white t shirt with the up to date like that thing off Instagram. I think people would like that. I feel like
it would be in an old school. Old school. JJ would definitely say that. So mine.
Instagram was 15% over the last seven days. And screen time was four hours.
and Facebook was 1.4 hours.
So Facebook for me was 1.6 hours. so used to it. You still see more Facebook? That may That's crazy. If you if you think about it, that's only like, what's that per day? That's on Facebook. That's not much at all. So let's just do a recap. You want a minute. So
you were thinking about like to switch off from devices? What he wasn't the guy what's the reflection a month in
to this trip? What guy on so I
think that I've probably
at the beginning, I think I'm not worrying about it that a couple of observations to two things that probably stood out to me on the trip is definitely I'm using my phone a lot. But I think that I'm actually given we've got a fair bit of time, we still have two months left of the trip. So there's still a bunch of time. So there has been I feel like I'm slowly turning off certain elements. So client work basically finished, have a couple of some, you know, things to do. But over the next two weeks, that will be done. And I'm sort of with all the exciting news that we've got coming up in sort of later in the sort of working on all of that, then definitely, I think that they'll be they'll probably be a month before I come back where it's way less screen time. And I've you know, I've sort of feel like I've clocked social media
and I say to today, can you just put your status Hey guys up to date, then post the image of your battery use on the apps that you're using. And then decide checking as
I'm surprised at how high that is the amount of hours
on our Instagram stories just screen capture yours. And I'll screen capture mine over the last seven days. Yeah, Tommy's Joshua's Yeah,
the I actually wonder how much time I've spent let's see if I can see playback how much time I've spent on the on podcasts? Yeah sure. I've spent it says I've listened to days 19 hours with the podcast but that's not um I'll try and find out and post on Instagram actually I'm not posting it this is the other thing and that was including the daily talk show Instagram so I feel like I've
having the multiple accounts I spent so much time on it but the podcast I'm sure I'm spending at least four hours a day listening to podcasts and is Bray still alive
she all right yeah yeah
breezes good breezes currently laying in bed watching live she can only hear my and she can obviously he you but she is she is she was having a guard me yesterday we were at a pizza place maybe you're spot on about capacities so fucking expensive yeah we we went to lunch just on a way to a walk which was just like meant to be a small lunch and it would have cost us it was like it Australian dollars for the total US just like a small lunch know like we had water no drinks anything that we went to we went to a pizza place last night which seemed pretty fancy and there was some real quirky characters from like the US that were there that just like people with crazy amounts of plastic surgery and like no good plastic surgery like the sort of plastic surgery where it's like they've got some level of disorder where there's this so rich and they're just throwing money at it and they're just putting like plastic saying on their face type of deal
yet but Bray was
very was having a garden me because what I've been doing I get conscious about when we go to nice restaurants not eating enough or spending enough so I enjoy a margarita pizza but the Margarita pizza normally in Italy arkin the standard price for migrated Pacer is around for 50 euros.
And so at a premium place this place being more expensive and being in Capri was 10 years and Bray wasn't feeling hungry so she was like let's just share a margarita pizza and let's just get some free Dante some sparkling hashtag sparkling water and that's all have been I was doing the math I'm like we're gonna get a bill for a breezy just yelled out at the salad but we're gonna walk away basically I was thinking that it was going to be maybe 18 euros and I got conscious from like, I feel like going to a nice restaurant and taking up a table
I feel obligated to be a like having two meals Ah, what's your vibe on it
I mean unless you're willing to play with a lot of money you don't do it it's a it's a trap getting a nice restaurant anywhere in Europe it's a life trap you you spend one meal age ID 60 euros you know like a view on my those spots looking at over the water if you drink you cooked it but the internet the internet even
need a few drinks like just us having to coke zeros, actually, I guess we had a little bit we had to Peter's like a 40s Peter Margarita two to 300 mil coke zeros and sparkling water for 56 years. So which is that would have been my it box. And I just realized he got a food diary, updating their shift.
And it came a notice until the in there.
All right. Any other exciting news? No, I was I was just going to finish. So the way we work this show is we kind of put into the trailer board the stuff that we want to talk about. But I've realized that there is heaps of stuff in there that as a been there for way too long and probably should be thrown out. But I thought for some of it. They're just little stories that I've wanted to tell you. And I haven't found a place to bring them up while we're doing our show. So maybe like a little segment could be I don't know the name of it. But it's like, get it out. I just need to get it out. Because it's stuck in that trailer board. And you have no idea what story is. Give me one. Give me one of you guys. It's been it's been a trailer board and it's called cotton wool tip incident. I've been wondering what this is about.
This is ridiculous. So Amy's got a little area where she kind of put to, you know, makeup staff and earrings in a court in the bathroom. No, it's actually now room. So she's got her stuff in in the bathroom as well. And then she's got a little place in her cupboard. And these cotton wool tips and I don't use these match. I've got this thing and I don't know if you it's like cotton wool buds. I hate them touch like I hate the A squeak in the hands. And it like makes me shiver. I get it when I touch. Turns out that the ones with the sticker with that. What's the difference between the sneak in that one? Yeah, cotton wool tips. Other ones with the on the stick. And then the just the cotton wool is just a short easily faces. So I have a problem with it. So the way the reason I say the problem is because it translates to the cotton wool tips. So I like to wet them before I use them. And you you meant it i mean i think they made to use for your ear right?
And that's where I use them. Anyway. You gotta be careful. I don't even know if you meant to use them for urea. Yeah, but I sort of I don't suggest so probably don't use them anyway so what i what i do is because if I'm not in the bathroom I don't I can't just run them underwater. So I picked up some cotton wool tips and I put them into my mouth and I went the with my tongue yeah
to do so. You basically gave yourself a wet Willy
no i i put them into my mouth and then I went the other ends because two of the both ends have the cotton ball on them and then I went to put in my ear and I am he said
yeah What are you doing? They're the ones I just used.
That is really fucking drives dirty cop bolted into my fucking mouth. What a daycare. That's fucking disgusting. I didn't think that's where the story was going. I would have been happy with just review realizing that was disgusted and licking them in the first book.
I know never again Never again
we need to Michelle sent us an email saying that the riddle is time sensitive. making me nervous. Alright, well we'll get to that next episode. I gotta run good. She wasn't even next episode, we need to do the admin we're like, we just need to do it off air when we sit down and work out work it out. I feel like it needs like a pen and paper and attacking the Vinci Code.
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