- October 26, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday October 26 (Ep 204) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we officially introduce you to Mason, Bodhi probably has hand, foot and mouth disease, dealing with salt in a share house, the side effects of taking magnesium, being bedwetters as kids, dodgy social media tactics and what should Mason’s nickname be?
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conversation, sometimes worth recording with Josh Janssen and Tommy jacket. It's the daily Talk
Show Episode 204. Happy Friday. Yeah,
Friday fun, right? Well, not really that fun. Because I brought out the recording device and said, Josh, we need to do this now. I have to go pick up Bodie.
What was very unlike you before you took a horse before you said that because I was like, Tommy had just lectured me yesterday about I. I can't do the show at the beginning of the day because it just like little snowflake.
Now everybody's got what they think is hand foot and mouth disease. How full on does that sound? It does sound
sounds like mad cow disease. That was full on.
That was scary for a while. Was Yeah, that was more in England. Yeah. So handful math. He's had these little spots on his mouth. They look like pimples. He just looked like he had a
brochure. That's not what I had can
gone. Kate Mason, we've got amazing here say hello. Sup? Hey. Yeah,
yeah. So we talked about Mason yesterday. Yeah. And so we decided that we would get the third microphone out. And so when, when there's moments that we need clarity on things, yeah. Or we just need a third opinion.
Maybe it's it's only for infants and children younger than five.
Josh, this is great. This is extension of my Brian. I feel smarter. Having Mason on the mic. Mason. What was your into school? What do you get? Do you call it an inter school? Nice, huh? Yeah,
yeah. 9797 97. But he still doesn't know that you have to talk into the mic. Look at you. Are you
got zero because I didn't do it.
You got 4646?
Yeah. So between the three of us, it's an average of something.
We're doing pretty good. We all passed.
Yeah. So that's what that's the rest of my day. So I'm sorry, but I've gotta leave. This is the thing I've been saying. We went to America and we and we spoke to bread blanks, who told us that, you know, most people need to be earning around 150 grand to leave over there. Which means, the more I always think about like this, the more money you earn, the more responsibility,
more money more problems
you like, more money, the more responsibility Your job will entail, the more trust they put in you, the more not ours, but the more euros you have to service them because they are the person paying you. So when you have two full time parents, what the fuck do you do? Like I'm lucky that I can leave and do some work from home. Yeah. And Amy has to say he's at work. What do you do when you to corporate high five? I guess you got nannies and shit?
Yeah, I guess even I think Brad was saying they had nannies. And then he's a massively popular in America and cheaper.
Yeah, they're cheaper over this as a service job. So you they're getting probably a small amount. But what do you do when you When this is the case?
And I think you're probably right. Were you saying that you think that? Bodie got up from daycare? Oh, yeah, that
was my fault. You heard me blaming someone's giving it to exactly.
I think it's a transfer company from the airport. I'm Oh,
how'd you get here? So you have to catch it from some way.
Can I just say that? My son did like a real silent chuckle then to himself. Can I just encourage my son that if he can laugh at one of my jokes
pulling people out
about them not laughing at what you were that was funny, right? I was like, the reaction I gave you was actually the response. even need the sometimes people don't laugh people lie. Hi. Yeah. Oh, yeah.
This is the one I'm encouraging Mason to do at this moment is if we say anything funny Yeah. They'll be like cackling jack.
off in the background big laughter big
cackle. Okay, go on. What we
can't remember that. Yeah. So.
So you're blaming you blaming the child. Yeah.
I'm like, Well, I someone at the childcare you think would have to have it
all it's it's trend. It's, oh, I comes through. It's transmitted through faces. So much. Oh, how much hands so?
There's a lot of shit flying around. Like is it's full on? They are my God. I read something yesterday that they were doing a test on people's stools. Yeah. And they found that the majority of stools had plastic pieces within them like plastic particles
was this but I also read an article about salt. Did you hit like half like, there was a huge amount of actual salt that is just like filler plastic. Oh, ok. So the so one thing away? In a salt shaker? Yeah. If you buy selves, you buy him plastic. like half of like, there might be a little bit. Maybe it's the old towels bags? I don't know. But
okay, I'm gonna tell you a funny storey just on the salt. It has nothing to do with plastic, but it was a good time to tell this prank. No, no, no lot of salt. You know, you can almost think this storey the person was doing a prank. And there was going to be this moment where it's like, I'm just kidding. So Amy used to live in a share house up in Sydney. And hope a half man
was at one house. No,
no, there was three of them in there. And we had the best room. I live there for a little bit when I moved up to Sydney before we made the best room. It was on the straight, big window. You could you know, like lots of light coming in. Yeah, so it was just a nice, you know, it's like there's always one person my room that one housemate gets paid a little bit more. And she had it so it was it was sick. But anyway, one of our other housemates kept using Amy's Himalayan rock salt on her dinner. Yeah, because he buys the parrot Primo shit the the pink one in the gronk in the grinder and so wouldn't insult us. But would you think that salt is
the communal that would count as communal
share how you you've never lived in a shack, dude. Share houses. You've got your own cabinet. sure you're hitting me I
want to share house the idea that you want everyone's got their own lounge room
is section section. So in say like your old apartment in Abbotsford, you've got the corner cabin. That's my area. On the far right. That's where you keep your shit and minds over here. And of course, it's like if your friends is I do you mind if I use this? And so it was a case of Amy's very generous and I'm sure the storey you know, she didn't give a shit. The frame was using the salt, Himalayan rock salt, so that again, not even a sponsor, but she was using it so much that it went really quickly.
And so when 2 million people use it when it went like there was two people use even if you were using salt a lot. I feel like you'd still get like one out of a normal salt sort of grinder a month.
Yeah, it maybe maybe the other half might was using it. That's why I went quick. But anyway, this house might say, Oh, look, I've been using a shot. I'm going to go get another one for us.
I hope it was Himalayan salt. It was white table salt. You can't do that. That was good Mason to these first laugh and knowing that it came from Tommy. That's right. This is gonna be a
competition of who can make Mason laugh. Is that? Is that the
shower? Yeah, potentially. Okay. And so did he say anything? Oh,
no, she didn't.
interested. She even I would in that moment. Just buy a new salt. I want my own and just start using it. And it would sort of send was it in I can imagine what it's like it's almost like the be the real big thing of table salt. The Tin like the No. Bread. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. But the red like just as salt on it.
Yeah, the red light red. Open it and you just twist that it's
crunch it you don't even already crunch down.
It's what you use. When you have an ulcer and you put it in water. Rinse your mouth. That's when that shifts, right? I don't even know when you want to use that. Maybe the fish and chip shop? Yeah, when they doing the $2 with the chips. But even like, That's old school. Now it's like, most places are using Himalayan rock salt. But they're Josh. People start taking stuff to their room. I had one housemate who would take the peanut butter. And what else it was some other spread, take it back to their room, because they didn't want to using it.
You would I think I think I do the same thing. I did it with it. Like I feel like when I had a sort of CO working space, my arrow press I got like a coffee thing and just don't like, like I like it. If I use something, I'll clean it up. I'll put it away. And so like our one of our mates is making like a coffee an all in one coffee maker. And when I was saying to him is what I like about it is that it uses the design is that you can take it back to your desk so you don't keep it in the communal kitchen. But people are going to fuck it. Yeah, yes. I couldn't do it.
I'd love to see you. You know, big share house. You already get real snarky. Like you start keeping track not because no, See, the thing is, I don't
doing that. No, no, guys. It's all good. I'll have like, I've got the TV, Netflix everyone use that all you want. It's some sort of blow up. It's really hard. I know when the blow up would happen. I've had bad
shit has is not really bad, but just ones. Yeah. Because they're not your loved ones. Because it's it's hard having honest conversations at like all the time. And sometimes you you let it slide and people claiming it is like I was listening to someone talk about her living with three guys. Yeah. And she's the only one that explains. And it's and her thing was like they don't even realise
it. And then this there's some cases where it's just a matter of taste. So for instance, Brian I going warehouse sitting in Richmond again, starting today. And so it starts tonight it's grinding, it should get the K Yeah, but it does. So we we had to bring a bag obviously with us to be able to go and stay there. And we've been up parents place for the last week. And so Bray was getting all of this stuff already last night. And she front foots it because she knows that I was planning on doing it in the morning. And we have to leave home at 530 in the morning to be able to get to her 45. And so we had an argument about that about the idea that she was saying I should be doing it now in the evening. So you don't have to do it in the morning. And my point is, if I get up at five, I can quickly pack it. Because the thing is, I'm going to need my toilet, I'm still going to need my toiletries, I'm still going to need clothes. I've been living out of a bag for the past four months. It's not going to take me that long.
I observed you at night. And I do in the morning when we were away just for a short time. I reckon for you the mornings probably the better option. Yeah, you tend to shit it not. Why does it happen?
I just want to get it's my bedtime. I literally I worked out that. The first night that I was at my parents place, I was so tired. I went to bed. And I sort of tucked myself in real early and then brace had just said I'm having a magnesium tablet. Do you want one? And said yeah, I'll have one. And I had the magnesium tablet and I was listening to a to Howard Stern or whatever, like the Sirius XM app, and I was just sort of in bed and I fell asleep. It would have been before eight o'clock. And I woke up in them like I woke up middle of the night it was dark. I'm not remote. You know that feeling of like, when you're a kid and you fall asleep somewhere and you wake up somewhere else. It was sort of I had that feeling it's more of an adult feeling
when I've drank too much.
And I've had that to laughs about to show you. I'll give you that last. Thank you right off the bat. I'm just loving the bola bola and we need to get to my son's nickname in a sec. But the
what the fuck was I just talking about the magnesium,
magnesium? Yeah, so I worked out I was like, Oh, this is a routine that I think would work quite well. So for the past five nights I've done the site like I've said asked Bray I've talked myself in and said brain Can I Can you please get me the
magnesium show you thinking the magnesium tablet?
I don't know which part was I know there's something really comforting about someone bringing some it's like when I was a kid I'd be like Mom, Mom, mom, she's like yes, Mike Have some water please. I would never drink water I drank throughout the day. I only have one glass. But you know like when you're keyed up with this. Drinking Water real quick because you feel like you're about to die because you forgot to drink water all day. And so yeah, I had gotten into the habit in the past week of tacking myself in at about 839 o'clock and bro bringing them magnesium I don't have it and I'll have the best light.
I want to know that I do think the magnesium has something to do with sleep
or the magnesium relaxes you
does it Yeah, can you look these up?
Is that all it's for you muscle cramps? Oh
yeah, well yeah, like I've always I'm saw all the time I'm just told you or the working out. I took it seriously I walk along you know covering your act active I think I'm magnesium definitely does something What does it say? My son helps regulate Sleep, sleep quality. helps you get to sleep plays a big part in helping you achieve deep and restful sleep. There you go. I was actually telling my mom's boss I went and visited her work the other day and when to do okay, now.
paid praise. Okay night motivational.
Well, I know I told a storey get ready for another Google and a second Mason because I told a storey about how he had just bought magnesium. And then we've gone on to whether we took magnesium and I told the storey that one time I took a three magnesium What do you think would happen if you took three magnesium is
I was woken up by a bone I'm like my boner and and so I was trying to work out so if you can type in magnesium erection is authorised
but you already
know but the magnet so
just type in magnesium erection so what the what it turns out what I found anyway, was that an erection is actually the relaxation of the penis muscle.
relaxation of them. Yeah, so it's
not like it tightening up like you need to be relax, you actually relaxing that muscle to get it erect. So what magnesium can do, I say Mason's really struggling with this good night.
It helps trade erectile dysfunction.
Magnesium does Yeah. So it I think it because it maybe helps regulate blood flow. Okay. And it relaxes you. I had taken so many that I literally had woken up with sort of like, just like fucking kidding me in the mattress like just sort of pitched when I woke up the middle of the night. It was crazy. I'd never experienced anything like that before. It woke me up and right.
Well, maybe I
maybe the storey that my brother tells of me having to get the water.
Yeah, you had to bring hose down my kid. Because you're uncomfortable. A erection wouldn't go
down. Yeah, I remember that. I remember those kind of things happening. But maybe as a kid I had a really great supply of magnesium coming from somewhere well maybe it's not
Oregon it's his testosterone as well. You reckon you were like no I revenues old just boats already
getting he woke up this morning with a little Boehner.
Just like his dad.
I actually did took it on a job the toilet so I don't know the difference. Yeah, I'm scared when my son has one because it's like, it could be a sign he's about to just project all piece, which is what you do. It shoots. So yeah, I had to you have to tack it down under the nappy.
This is the second time we've talked about bodies' penis on the show. It becomes a big puppy laughs as well.
Really into watching me piece as well. And he's waiting for it. And since
you ever when when I was younger, when would like go to more going to bed or whatever at night and we all needed to piss before we went to bed. Especially because I used to wet the bed when I was young. So it was always like, but never helped piecing before the bed whatever reason still pissed the bed.
Well, it's Yeah, it's not because when you're awake when you need a piece, you know, the sense is there and you actually go Yeah, take a piece by piece the bed until I was like six or something pretty late seven. You were like,
Oh, yeah, I remember. I remember being like, I think probably grade six. At least so great. I was at 11. Yeah, I remember like getting a little bit nervous about high school and starting to have to, like
really go to
Yeah, it was a bad way to my mom had to buy an alarm to wake me up in the night. The guest was telling me the other day yet you put sensors in the nappy, and then it sends an alarm when it detects
Well, I was so good, I would give it
six. I had I had underneath my bed sheets, I was in a bunk bed. And mom got this thing that had an alarm as well. And it was a match that went underneath the sheet that when I started and it felt moisture it would go off. And
mine was less intense than that like we just had like we replaced it with like Robin shades was horrendous his like your little camp and the mattress
is actually just gone. School camp was
a disaster. Like I never picked the bed. I've got to work out the exact timelines, but I definitely remember, you know, wearing pull ups and I think this was you know that you're like when there's sizing issues with the pull ups like when you finally made enough when they become nappies. I don't think I ever got to that. But I definitely remember the fear of
having to go to people. My mom says that I came to her at because we are remember we went to like different specialists to help me try and kick this thing. And she thinks that she tells me the storey that I came to her and said it's it's now time for me to stop. And I stopped.
I that's good. So it's all psychology. You just had to say,
either. Yeah, but ya know, I had to stop.
I decided to stop. And that's all it took. Yeah, that would be nice. Yeah, I feel like I was I was a little bit all but that's okay. Yeah, that's fine. No judgement, no judgement. Now if you're listening to this podcast and you still went with it. You think that'd be good iPhone apps and stuff that sort out that sort of shit now? Like the bed where are like how many days in a row? You haven't pitched the bed as a as a good one. I on social I teased this on the weekend about the fact that I we received a follow from someone on Yeah. And I did a tease that I would talk about it on the show.
Yeah, nobody time then. The following nearly the following weekend.
Yeah. Well, I felt like I need to at least get it out there. So there was this. There's this guy. I'm trying to pull up his name. I think he's named Stephen do records, defamatory if I'm talking if I give his full name?
No, I think the he asked himself at a certain action. Yeah. So I
just say his first name. Yeah, I think he's named Stephen. Anyway, He's, uh, he if you go into his bio, it's like a five time Walkley award winner. So he's just a journalist Walkley awards, like, you know, journalistic excellence or whatever the fuck it is. Anyway, about a year and a half ago, I received a follow from this guy. He works THE CHANNEL SEVEN. I think it's the Sunday show might as well just I can really throw it in this what's on the spy? I mean, an IVF. We
stink currently. And so I got a
I got a follow from him. I was like, Oh, that's cool. Like I'm on this. You know, when someone follows you, like I'm on someone's radar, you sort of click through it's like, then you start to realise I'm wonder why they started following like way when they found me through. Anyway, I started following him. And then I just felt like, I think he may have liked one of my posts, which a telltale sign that potentially there's some sort of bot going on? Yeah, that they're using some sort of making it especially if there's a couple of if you get a follow, and then a couple of likes afterwards, definitely using a bot
and definitely use a bot when they say great peeking. That's on your video.
Exactly. But there are people there are people who genuinely act like a bot, but then not an example paid a hitch. Now, he's the biggest supporter he'll go through and like 10 of you things, one after the other, but he's just a fucking lovely dude. That's the difference. But no, so this, this journalist, a year and a half ago followed me, I started following him. I just kept a tab of him. And then maybe a week later, I went into his following and typed in my name, and it was gone. So the fact that had followed me, like, couple of my things got me to follow him. And then I'm followed me. And so I am followed him. And we're just sort of let it go. Go. Yeah. Anyway, in the last few months, he followed me again, on my Josh Janssen account, and did the same thing, liked a couple of things. Then I'm followed. And then he's done it to the daily talk show as well. Before he did it to the daily talk show, I reached out to him on Instagram dams and said, Hey, uh, you're using a Bosch or something, because I'm getting followed it. And I'm followed. And he didn't he I think he saw it. But he didn't didn't respond at all.
Okay, and so you're a follower of his
I know, I never I, once I worked out what he was doing. Then I look, there's all these people. I think that you even follow him really. So you fall into the trap. And so he's got like, 80,000 followers. And it's all this bullshit. Follow? Yeah. What do we do? We think this is okay.
I've used one of those things. So the a lot of those platforms have been shut down. What is the IP the API API, so they because they mount through your login into Instagram, through their platform, and then you can set it for all these different ones. Instagram's was one that you can sell it to people who follow people who are friends with Josh Janssen, you know, I would then just start following all your friends, which people would probably follow me back because they know me for you. So, but then there's the one step further of unfollow if they don't follow you
And so, so once they follow you, you then unfollow them, so you drive your candour. So here's the thing. I didn't pay for it. I was like, years ago, ran around my account. It annoyed me so much, because there was so much bullshitting my feed of all these people that I'd started falling. I didn't do the unfollow thing. I just like, follow a bunch of these people. And I've only recently and this is why I know about it. I've gone through and started calling in my followers, let's table that you bet. Know, what I found was if you swipe because in Instagram, it actually has in like, the order of when you follow them, so you can see when you were following someone. And so I found these, like, sporadic groups of random YouTubers that I was following. And so I followed that. It is gross, like, now nowadays, it is such a horrible I mean, as a journalist, it's
a weird thing to he's got it 1000 followers or whatever he follows 4000 I just think that integrity wise, it doesn't look good at all you. I mean, that would be to assume that journalists have integrity. I think they do it like I think that like with the with the fucking war on journalism at the moment, I think that journalists, I respect them. I think that's so important. It's like we need some why or ethics to be able to run how we do communicate how we communicate things within the world. And but I think that this looks fucking bad when you've got this dude who's following and I'm following and then so I did this Insta storey where I screengrab because I was just sitting back and I get this phone like, this fucker has started following me. I know who this is. And I click on it and straightaway, two likes, and so I screen grabbed it. And I did an instal a storey on the daily talk show. And I said, This week, we're going to talk about people using bots and I tagged him. Yeah. And then he has since blocked
the daily talk show.
That is so good.
Well, you put up a photo
show. It was an interesting storey. Yeah.
Another photo though. So anytime you put anything up that's in LA or New York and so many people have the filter of if you are ag this in location, if you tag New York if you tag New York you need to when you posted a photo us doing Episode 200 at La just in and out LA x this guy Zach Road, Josh, lovely Insta look at instead to go look at this account to go la viral. Like he's, but that's even taken your name, which is interesting.
Yeah. Well, obviously, it's the kind of but so I think that have a look at your like, I think people should if you on Instagram, have a look and see if you've got a guy named Stephen. Follow.
Well, let me just check now. I might have been followed him in so
t A v. So Steve STV a Yeah. So if you just look at that stage, and it's a good he's wearing like a Navy t shirt. And he's got a smile on a beard. Yeah,
yeah. He's got a blue tick.
So he's verified. He's verified. So it's one of the faces of CHANNEL SEVEN Sunday night five time Walkley award winner, Sydney based when I'm not on the road, interesting. He's got 86 point 8000 people who he follows him. And he follows 4700. But I just don't think we should be in character. It seems like the anti social of social media.
Well, it also like what this is what I look at some people who have hate to follow is like 80 thousands a lot. I think. I think what would I follow him for? I look at that. I don't know what I get out of that content. You
probably know TV standard following him. Yeah. No, I'm not following him. I don't follow it. So but I think that probably my follow someone, someone is someone follows you. And you would naturally click through and follow them. But I just think it's grace. Yeah. And I think you should do it.
No, I I agree. I think that bought stuff is ridiculous. Now, it is the you're trying to gain attention through something. I think it's the goals are in the wrong order, right. People are wanting followers. So I want to do something great.
It's It's so narcissistic. And it's an extension of the the other trend that's happening at the moment, which I'm not sure on, is people are saying, I'm over social media. I can't do social media anymore. It's making you know, it's giving me anxiety or whatever. Fair enough given everyone anxiety, mate. But the thing that is interesting is that they're saying, they'll do a post and they say, Hey, guys, you know, I have decided I'm changing things up, and I've unfollow everyone on my Instagram. Have you seen this trend? This? I've had three or four people I have seen to it.
So they follow zero people, which means I have nothing in their Insta feed. Yeah,
so they 000 people they follow so yeah, so
Okay. But then their intention is just to create, but with
so then those, so they're expecting me to follow them? Because these fucking now stasis think they've got something to set? No, fuck them. You can? Like isn't that showing you narcissistic cards? Why my name? My name has none.
He has no followers, and he's following on and has 20 million followers. It's it. But if we Okay, if we play devil's advocate, do it in the space of being a creative. If you're just trying to get if you just want to be famous. That's your like, I think that's a dying slope, right. But if you are a creative or video person who needs to share a photographer that has so you're in this game of trying to build up an audience to do the thing that you love doing. It helps that, like
a villain of announcing that you're quitting sugar, but you are in the biggest lolly shop. Right? So you're happy for everyone else to consume your content? Yeah, but you don't think that it's okay mentally for you. You're happy to feed that beast.
It's a massive status move like it is. or an ego play? To go? Yeah, I think yeah, it's it's not on.
And then the classic thing this has happened basically, every time this has happened, they'll post three days after they do their unfollow everyone. They'll do it an Insta storey say, oh, MJ so much drama from following everyone. I didn't realise everyone had so much content created. And, and so like it? Yeah, it's.
So all these things at some point worked. And that's why people still think they should do it
was broadcast, right? It's like, it's probably treating it more like a TV show, which is like TV is you do your thing. And no one can tell you. You know, you're not following anyone back. It's a broadcast medium. Yeah. And I like there's something nice about broadcast medium. I don't know,
would you delayed? Would you get ready, have all your followers and then start again? Would I block over? Just unfollow everybody and then start it again. So you they also
follow unfollow people. And then on the fourth, I even struggled with and following people. Because I've done a few calls over the years where it's like, I followed a 1200 people I brought it down to 700 then yeah, I've definitely. I've had moments of like, if I unfollow like I've unfollow people. And then thought Actually, I like this stuff. But I feel a bit weird. Now, the following, because one of my favourite things is when someone has friended me on Facebook. Yeah. And they've come crying back like Oh, baby.
So you have an Instagram account. You have any photos on it? Not
nice. And they will
Yeah, sort of got rid of this others here.
He's done. He's done the opposite. I won't get rid of my follow up my followers. It makes it I'll get rid of
nice in the ultimate rave rant.
Yeah, well, you're a chain. Right? And so if you think about the shit that like it wasn't when you were when you started Instagram and you were also winning the bed. So it's just like, you're not the pull up guy anymore. You need to get a bit that's the thing. I had Facebook when I was still in high school Instagram. When I was in high school. If you scroll right back to the start, it was like the dumbest, dumbest post. Actually, maybe Facebook was definitely High School. Instagram, I wonder have to have a look. There is why is I've seen a few big celebrities do it. I don't know how they've removed all their content. Yeah. And then it goes back up. Yes. Yeah.
So maybe my son had a full faith in these archives. You just archive and
I actually went through and deleted them. Okay,
what was anything really offensive on there? Oh, no, it was can we just comment on licence Mike technique he bought an absolute cowboy. Just last 10 metres away.
I appreciate I'm trying to engage in you is locking is talking to Josh and he's doing so he's Mark techniques rubbish. Now when he tries to lock on my
Yeah, there we go. The only one with the stand it going. So so you what sort of content Did you have on that you would like your school uniform?
No, I actually don't think there was not it was sort of just like photos with friends and that sort of thing. I mean, we've we've got a puppy as well. So she was on there. Just
try that angle to get some followers. Yeah. How many
of you got on Instagram?
Maybe like 300. Okay.
Yeah. Which they know. They're actually friends. How many friends do you actually think you have
in real life in real life?
It's cut down a lot. A lot. Just after finishing school. It's sort of I would say my friendship groups. Probably
five to seven people.
close knit circle of five. I think
if I think about if I if I think about how many people I've actually caught up with since I've been back. Yeah, no one said that funny. Yeah. Literally like they haven't a breeze find why it's up a bit more than mine. Yeah, I've had yet. On one hand, I can count how many conversations I've had by like it like I
don't want it to be guys. I'm back. Yeah. So what I've actually found the social media is that because I've been posting content from stuff from being overseas, I feel like there was a time that we posted the episode. But there were the last episode in America, which was Episode 200. And that was the last kind of photo. I felt like, people probably didn't think I was actually bad. Yeah. Because it's like what's in your peripheral people aren't focused.
They don't really give a shit. About you very quick.
Yeah, yeah. As much friends is like, oh, he's not back yet. And so they thought you were white. I saw someone draw. I was driving. So Hayden, Hayden Wilson. And as I turn to the horn, he thought I saw your way. Yeah, don't listen, Instagram. I just hadn't run it. I didn't want to confuse people. That's isn't that fact. My thinking is don't confuse people for posting photos back here because I think I told you to do that.
Confused, because we did have a couple that we had pre recorded which we at the moment we are just doing every day. But there are moments like it when people when we're away all of those guests interviews were pre records. Well, yeah, because they weren't on the we didn't record and release on the summer day. Yeah, exactly. nickname for Mason.
Yeah. So Mason came into my life when he dumped me a message an inbox slid into my email.
How did you find Tommy How did this through me? Josh How did it How did it happen?
Oh, yeah, so I was I was sort of looking for a few mentors and I and I wanted I wanted one in digital marketing sort of wanting content creation. And yes, I went through video production Melvin and came across
smell very good. Yeah, you ended up with fuckin Tommy. So what lewd you over tomorrow night respond to you right now.
Copper connexion. Okay.
Did you add me on? Yeah, what I want
to know what that's really interesting, because I have that's one thing that you do TJ which I don't do it. Just everyone. Yeah, you accept everyone? Well, yeah,
it's it's a it's a
nice event. But I went because I worked at a tech company that was global. I had so many people from India and Asia and like in different industry, digital, all I can reaching out and connecting? Well, because I've been on the network baby now. But then you also think about with the way these algorithms end up going is if half of the people who I'm connected with, don't actually engage with my content or, you know, aligned with what I do. It doesn't necessarily make sense. But okay, interesting. So you're,
you're trying to get close group, I think it's the good thing about early days of LinkedIn, is that it takes some effort to add somebody, it's not like Insta fires.
I normally say what the like, Oh, look at most people or whatever, and say, Okay, what are they? How many mutual Connexions? Do we have? Would we ever be doing business together? into a maybe I should open it up?
I think networking at its core outside of social media? Is every communication every connexion you have, you don't know that the dude who is just goes to the local middle, that you go there, I would, I would who's out there was the CEO of a big company that wanted you to on to do a video,
there's a difference between they were in my sphere. The guy who does SEO Marketing, you're on an aeroplane you bump into a guy?
Hey, man, he seems nice. Adam on LinkedIn. turns out he's the CEO of one of the biggest companies in America. Like that. I was sitting next to a guy. I didn't actually add him on LinkedIn. But the person I was with became friends with them on LinkedIn. He's the CEO of the largest logistics company in America.
And it's it was flying economy.
Yeah, crazy. It was this Melbourne to Sydney flight. So we're moving to Brisbane. But the point is the last
strategy I had you as well,
it's not about I think it's the potential of business. And I didn't even approach it like that.
Well, I think it makes it I think, because I started on LinkedIn quite early. Like I've got, I got recommendations since 2011. When you go into my LinkedIn, there's a fair bit going on there. But maybe I should open it up because I was sort of like, this is coming. This is almost another version of email. I just didn't want to get bombarded with shipping boxes in saying that it sounds like
this as as well. Your failure fades people are just pushing so much crap. Yeah.
So what did you so you added you tried to add me on LinkedIn? I didn't accept the I didn't cut the Accept.
Yeah. And he's went for
now when I when I went through social social media profiles, just to do a bit of research before I reached out Yeah, and yeah, that was just chuck Tommy an email.
Yeah. Found the real goal or
so we met we need a nickname. We need a nickname for mice and then maybe it's something around LinkedIn.
Yeah. Yeah, so let's create this on our Reddit
is going to know where I worked out you can actually say the daily talk show.reddit.com cool. So that sub domain then goes to the other one so that's that's a good talk. show.reddit.com Yeah, exactly. When we need to work out what Mason's nickname should be Mason Can you do a little bit of an intro and who you are in Redis Jesus and maybe if you can be good to link up a photo or whatever I love it any nickname around appearance and stuff could be fun
funny I'd like they come to you at random times.
Conspiracy Jimmy next door you
asked him if you said you ran it past him before but I was like you don't run
run I asked him I told him that first and then to do you like it
Yeah, but conspiracy Jimmy he's also 110 kilo muscle man Do you mean so maybe that's why you're
testing it it was like testing the waters
both the question or
actual state name so on Reddit will will get that going
yeah, so we need to find and make a nickname for mice
and you saw a BK how I had a comment on Reddit to he was asking has read it failed has out the daily talk show read it failed
it will fail when it filled up nice since doing the the content cow like he did for himself
no we we working on bits and pieces at the moment. We've got some exciting stuff happening but we're rolling it out very slowly. Yeah, well I think maybe that's a way of us doing nothing but pretending you
know is it definitely a strategy that people use when they've got nothing going on? But he's also the the reality of when you do have stuff going on? I think the energy that we have to bring to each show can't be this slow which sometimes you want it to Sorry about that. Second laugh the day for Josh Thank you information. Did you keep a tally basic ideas you john that's fine. I don't want to read out the telly jelly talk show you can email us to high fidelity talk show.com Europe deal with hand Foot and Mouth does to 45 Pm doctor's appointment and he's and he's getting his vaccines vaccines and vaccination thank you as well
so 97 maybe I should include these numbers in the you know the actual somebody around that Mr. 97 Master 97 yeah
yeah, I'm gonna think about this
this is for the week coming around master could be good we need to sort of the younger when do you stop being called master is that I was gone
Yeah, I thought that was like 16 or something really? Okay. My bank accounts on on the monster anymore used to be pretty pretty happy with that match. That was Professor once master.
Say what he's angling for free.
will catch you on Monday. Everyone. Have a good weekend.