- November 5, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Monday November 5 (Ep 210) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we’ve had a few of our international listeners reach out for stickers, explaining The Spring Racing Carnival, taking away food in a doggy-bag at restaurants, the theme park Josh never made it to as a kid and should Apple be allowed to set up shop at Fed Square.
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this happens a bit now, doesn't it? Yeah, what's happened? It's a daily Talk Show episode. 210. Yeah. Happy Monday.
Happy Monday. We just had a secondary coffee here. This is my third. It's it's that Monday vibes. Is it so you your coffee order is three quarter, strong three quarter latter.
So that means you get more shots?
Not necessarily. Depending on where you go. Some people this is a double shot. So yeah, I want more than one shot. And I want less milk. So tie stronger. Okay.
And if you get a long black, how many shy? Don't
do it. The I just get long black? Because it's a double shot? I don't know. But yeah, it's stronger. Just the taste because there's no milk, and it's just water diluting it
for our overseas audience. Can you just run through what you think like, what are the different types of coffees that you can get America know,
which is basically a long black in the States?
in America? no different to the drip coffee that you sign up?
Yeah, I think it is. I think that's just drip coffee. I think that's like, Yeah, I was confused. When we were in the States. I was just saying, one of these please have coffee. And then they don't traditionally go for like, you have to specifically ask for an express artist or an Americano, which is the the version of a long black,
which is espresso.
Water, essentially. Yeah. But I have that. We were having this discussion. I love it. This coffee just brings out everybody to sort of throwing their two cents. All the the temperature of the shot changes the the strength of the shot, which I don't know. But I just we're just we're a bunch of bankers. Yeah,
you're in Australia. Well, we drink a lot of coffee. I feel like we need to be more like, I feel the need to give more context to our Australian isms. Because on Friday, we put out a coal free stickers, this
still happening still happening until we all shut it off at 11:59pm. On the eighth. I'll be a slave. So Josh, it's do it.
Was this Mr. 97?
No. Do you know who will do the shadow off? We'll just look time roll through to 12am on the ninth. And that's when it's all gone. So we've opened it up again, stickers, you need to put that in the subject line. Send us your address and direct it to high at the daily talk. show.com.
And we had a few emails over the weekend.
Yeah, we here's the thing. This sticker like as much as we want you to stickers, it's also nice hearing. Because this we've done this a couple of times. This is the third release of free stickers. We got How cool is this? Santiago? What a name? Santiago. Is that also a place? I think it is? Yeah. We've got someone smart Lawrence. Is Santiago a place is Santiago applies. I'm just going to google it
sounds like it. It must be. So you read out the gist of Santiago Santiago.
He's followed the rules and he's put stickers the subject. And he said Hey guys, I'm here for free stickers. course you are affiliated capital of Chile. July, by the way. See, I've been listening since last week or so. I don't really know how I found you. I think it has something to do with Matt de Val is social media. Sounds about right. She cheer. Anyway, it's been so much fun. I moved to Melbourne from Argentina like a month ago. And it's cool to hear a local voice in a podcast.
Local voices were the only Australian podcast.
Thanks, guys. Yeah, it is a cool thing that podcasting is still like the discoverable functions of these platforms is still tricky. So you kind of end up finding these random ones. Where a random one yeah,
just like, guess you could go on the charts. Not much prefer get someone mentioning a podcast that you listened to tell a friend.
I recommend podcasting unless you listen to Joe Rogan, which is always top 10 it's a it's a suggestion. It's a word of mouth word of mouth. game.
Yeah, we also had someone from Portugal reach out to so we're getting a fair few internationals, which has started making me think so much shit must be going over their head.
I did think when that one came through, and I saw the dresses, somewhere in Portugal, the thought Josh has definitely done some on the ground marketing of the daily talk show on his world trip. Because you did speak to a few people that then ended up listening to the show. Yeah, which got our international numbers as
well. From that, you know, taxi driver in Athens to my mate Eb who lives in Spain who Eb was the awesome dude who I actually did the podcast from his place, and I had all the games behind me, but he's also one of the moderators of our Reddit
or he's the brains behind actually having this thing started because Didn't you we need his help.
Yeah, he's he had to set up the Reddit because we didn't have enough.
com anyone who gives Josh technical help is a fucking expert in my eyes. Josh couldn't work it out.
Yeah, we're all in trouble. The today's Monday, not a public holiday. Yeah, it's a weird vibe. Because tomorrow
is a public holiday.
Yeah. So if it's only in Melbourne,
Yeah, true. That will be going over some people's heads.
Yeah. So in in Melbourne, we have what is it like a carnival?
Ladies up there with one of the biggest rising cannibals in the world? Like it's a part of? Its on the world stage. The Melbourne Cup carnival. Horse horses.
Yeah. So it's just like horses racing. Yeah. I don't necessarily get the appeal.
Yeah, I mean, what do you get about it
like so this Melbourne Cup is the main day and then happens on Tuesday and the public holiday yet in Melbourne. But they have around the carnival all these other days like Darby
Darby dies, the first Saturday of the carnival. Melbourne Cup is the Tuesday, ladies day. I don't know if it's ladies day anymore. That's Thursday. And then there's Oaks, which might be the ladies day, but then on Saturdays, families day, I used to frequent Family Day quite a bit. Because it totally depends. Like I know, your circles used to knock about what circles
the myself and I
yeah, there was no circles in knockabout with. But this it depends on the circles you're talking about with if you grew up here in Melbourne, because there's like, it was never my family. My old man's a surfer. My mom's a yogi, probably not the ones that you have a into like a database, it is Chrome.
Now because we were watching it on this on Saturday, and my old man was pretty keen on saying this horse because there was some history made recently. This is one horse and this is the thing. This is where I reckon you get into it. If you had people around you that were like saying what's happening I had no idea, but it was Mooney Valley, I think it was which is like so this is a pile in a whole bunch of races like other race mates Around this time, because there's like bendy go cup. So around like the state there's all these other meets a Chuka Maroon now, all these other ones, but there was one Valley, which is in Melbourne, and there was a horse that he was racing to, I think try and win it for the third time in a row, or fourth time and at one and so my dad was gonna listen to this and I was like, Oh, I'm into it now. And it just came through and killed them. So it was like these amazing they treat the horse that was saying after you know it we love this whole so much and it's been through so much and you felt the bye bye and I'm start asking questions. I said to my brother, two horses sleep standing up. He said now that I lie down the height,
that's a big bit of buying right?
Because I think giraffes actually sleep standing up when it's pretty far down for him to get but there is other buying so when the when I was at private school, there is families who had horses, not own horses. I used to try and some clients that own horses or one of my clients know he was an accountant and he told me that he bought a horse like years and years ago one Mooney Valley you made 500 k offered it was awesome anyway that was just a little side storey but we used to go to the car park so get like the family pass with my friends mom and then we'd go would dress up in some man to man cheap suit
is man to man still around
that man to man that was definitely a check that one of the cheapest places to get us like 99 bucks or so. And I made a shopping centre. It would be a bit too big. You would have loved it actually because the food you don't drink but the food was always like chicken sandwiches like cucumber sandwiches. So many good Aaron cheney balls. It was all about like the barbecues going on the car park so you'd literally drive in white sauce is
not so of
Melbourne Cup has this area which is known as what's the what's the big the main fancy area
is the big catch mood. Yeah, it's like I've been to the birdcage.
I got to start rubbing the microphone. I got
tickets from Nick borax, whose father was the premier victorious Steve Brock's
with a did Nick borax, alcohol driving.
He had a car accident. Okay. And he was under the influence and then he's
your mates with him?
Yeah, man. So that was years and years before I knew who he was. So I met him through a friend of mine and then he goes to the gym I go so but years ago, we were meant to go to the races together. And he had tickets to one of the major markets the Emirates market
f8 Emirates and normally like the big sponsor, the big sponsor of the show, know who there is a major sponsor, I think about like when I think of Melbourne Cup, I think it was the Maya I get Lexus. I think Lavazza.
Yeah. Sweet Swiss used to be one of the big sponsor. Yes. And so yeah, we have tickets. And he pulled the pin but what a fucking legend he gave me the two passes to get into the market and Lexus Melbourne Cup Lexus to the main spot. What else? Yeah. And so I went I took my my fiancee, and it was perfect because I was I paranoid that he that I couldn't get in without Nick. Because our you know, I think I had an eye on it. Anyway, rocked out knew the fucking security guy on the dole, or should I just had, he didn't even look at my thing. I just walked straight and I probably didn't even need it. So the the real hard thing to get is the actual pass into the bird cage itself. Because if you're a full member of this rising cloud, you can get into the birdcage. But you just can't get into the market because they're all invitation base. Yeah, I will say after being one of the punters in the car park, one of the little ratty kids who's just gone into general admission, and a Wonka in the booth cage. I would choose rancour any day. Because you go and everything's looked after you don't just walk in. There's free drinks, amazing food, lots of music and you know, celebrities and people don't even watch the actual races. Yeah, there it so in all the markets, there's like screen screens and shit. And you can know, there is the there is to be esque things like panting areas within them. But the problem is, if they're not one of the big names like the tip, or sports bed, if you put a bit within them and you won and then you went home, you actually couldn't claim it because you can't because it's like a private run boggling. And so yeah, I remember thinking back I think I've won like 10 bucks here, but I could never claim it because I couldn't get on it wasn't the to base I couldn't go down to my local and climb the ticket. I remember
when I was a kid we would have like Melbourne Cup but outhouse, a big whiteboard and everyone will do a sweeps. They call that sweepstakes or whatever. And everyone would get like a specific horse that they were backing for. But
it brings a lot of money to the country because there's a people coming from everywhere and people are gambling it's pretty ridiculous.
Well I was just on what would have been Saturday night brain I went to the feast of marriage on Swan straight Yeah. Which I think by the way isn't owned by wind gap anymore not I don't think so. I mean, I could be making that up. But
I mean for our Portugal listeners that fucking man
to want to look into it awesome.
It used to be like a not for profit restaurant. Yeah. So yeah, always offered that they made went to charity bills. And also it's also a Wiccan restaurant. Yeah,
Middle Eastern style food. But now the reason I think that why gaps Sorry, I think face of America was sold like I don't know what the what the deal has been. Anyway, I thought that was interesting. The food still is good. Yeah, really good. And they One thing to keep in mind is that they do doggie bags. Brian. I got did the banquet and got lamb. Yeah. And we'll just like stuffing our face. My like, the lamb is so good. It's the last thing they bring out. Was it just You do? Yeah. And it wasn't until the like, we got the well, funnily enough, we didn't really even get the bill. They came up to us and said, I how are you going with it all? I mean, like are we're so full and like, Oh, you can take it away, which is great.
And a huge surprise that they do because of the like,
eggs a pretty I don't think they have that common in Australia. Yeah, the food regulations.
Yeah, there was some real rules that came in around. You have
our own, like, they gave us a container and we put it in ourselves into the container.
That's why around.
Maybe one of the rules, maybe it's because what I was wondering is did I do? You're just doing some googling, I'm wondering they do Uber rates because if they did Uber rates, or if they did delivering I'm guessing they would be able to just do the doggie bag thing? Is it is doggie bag and Australian term or is that used overseas as well? Yeah, it's,
well, I've just typed in doggie bag food in Melbourne. that's come up with Melbourne up vic.gov W. And it uses that term Oh Jesus the full document I've downloaded your PDF. Yeah, food safety information. A doggie bag is a small bag provided on request by restaurant for a customer to carry home leftovers of a meal. Once a doggie bag is given out, it becomes the property of the consumer. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the consumer to store and handle the taken taken away food.
So the question I have is connect any place you can every place through doggie bags.
Yeah, the Victorian food act 1984 does not prohibit restaurants from providing doggie bags. However, these at the restaurants discretion whether they provide your service or not. So people could opt out of it. I remember there was some scare tactics probably apply with restaurants have just said No, we don't. And I mean, you're going to Vermont, high in interest fancy spending 400 bucks. For one, maybe don't go like it. I couldn't imagine bunch of people taking home snails or like the food that I
have. Yeah, it really changes the perspective of how you think of the food when it's in sort of a biodegradable. Yeah.
And so what have you done? You? Did you take some home?
Yeah. So we, we could have had so much more lamb? It's
hard, because I'm like, we've paid for this. And then you're the problem with you and Brady, you know, like to make get in an uncomfortable situation. You could have asked Yeah,
we could have
it. Was there a real discussion point on the Edit system? edit system
bullet points to get through? Well, so we do is we actually went up to pay. And then they said, did you guys get your dessert? And whatever? And we're like, No, I don't think we had dessert. I'm like now if you get the banquet, you get dessert. Ah, and the girls like, well, she goes, do you want to take it away? Yeah, yeah. So they gave us the desert. We basically were ageing in but probably took most sort of what was it was like, it was like a rose water, ice cream and some sort of chocolate tart was very good. Yeah. But my point of bringing this up was because we were sponsored by FedEx. No, it was on Swan street in in Richmond. And Richmond is a bit of a hub in Melbourne for it's very close to the MCG. It's got a big train station. Yeah. A lot of people in and out of the area. Yeah. And so what Darby day was on, there was huge amount of activity, people in suits, people. Women were these things called fascinated. Yeah. Which is fuckin thing they put on their head. It's a hat.
It's a hat with Shakedown ever. Yeah. It's a crafty hat. I saw a few people even down towards where I was in was I bow my bow Morris. I saw some people get into out of an Uber and ran into the bottle shop and our budget, all these.
There's so much of that. Like I was at Kohl's that night. And there was a girl who ran into the colour shoes, you know, all dressed up. And she's like, frantically getting flowers. She gets like multiple bunches of flowers and quickly runs over to sort of the outside County area where people would normally go to buy CDs or like the newspaper is what is that section? Yeah, it's like a customer service beat. It's not actually in the show. Yeah, anyway, they just like how quick Can I just buy these and she bought them. And then I was on the self checkout. While that was all happening. And then I walk out to see her then giving them to her friends who was all dressed up.
It's like oh, yeah, thanks. So what am
I gonna do with this? And like, I think girls on her Instagram storey and getting all the shots. So it's a very intense sort of intense time. Yeah. Why to all the Melbourne cap, which is it is it tomorrow.
Everyone is like even last night insecure. It was pumping. Because today most people probably took today off. It's very quiet. It's so quiet on the roads today here. But it was just people just on it. Yeah, it's prime.
It's alcohol is t think it's really Bogan.
Yeah. If you go like we used to go to the thing called Caulfield cup, which is outside of no probably would have been three weeks ago here.
Yeah. Part of the carnival.
Yes. That's what I was thinking. It's it's a part of the spring racing Carnival because it is within spring yet within spring. Yes. Yeah, these apart. I'm doing some math here. But that is so broken because you get people that want to experience it and dress up for the first time so you can really see the people who are like, legit fashionistas. Then the me is the land man, kid. You're wearing the same suit to your court appearance. And Danny said, I remember I was real peace once at the coho cap. And I just slapped the back of my neck. It was like oh, what the hell? I kept on like rubbing I
guess what it was intense pain. Was it like jello wax from you
know, I'd been bitten by be lucky I'm not allergic. But I went in. I was in the bathrooms. Just like looking. And I like pulled out the Yeah. But it got me and I was just pissed enough to keep going.
So when I was I went to the My will put a photo on our Insta storey. I don't know if it's good enough as an instant post this way. It's the storeys that really fact things out. Yeah, trying to filter out what is like everything used to be a gala, if you go back to everything was an Insta post. And now I'm really posting Insta posts. Yeah. No, but if there's a photo of me when I was working at the radio station, and I was at the Melbourne Cup is the the web guy
getting zero. What we actually doing that
I'm trying to actually remember I must have been getting, I was definitely getting some content. But I can't I was doing photos, we must not have had access to be able to we might not have had permission based on rights. People trade like the Olympics where it's like, turns out Nova has, you know, another radio station has the rights. But you can take photos rather than videos by the tennis.
Yeah, major sponsor radio station.
And so I but what I do remember is just after that event, there was a Jules had some footage of him and the Maya. Maya is a big department store here in Australia. And now my Charles Lund, who I worked on his radio show, he was a big Meyer ambassador. And so there's this, there was this Meyer event that was coming up, where Bernie I think he's name was the CEO was being honoured at this event. Yeah. And so Jules had put all of this montage of all this footage together. And he had this footage of him and Bernie sort of having a laugh together at Maya and choose. Joe centred, I think the PR people must have got the Maya PR people got it, and they said, he go, there is some dude in the background being a bit of an idiot. I think that's how the storey went. Anyway, Jules looks at it. It was at the Maya Marquis on the year that we were doing the Melbourne cafe and there's just made them dancing, trying to get into the shot, and it made the cut. And so I've got the video, I'll put definitely an Insta storey. Sorry, I needs to post that on the daily
talk show something cool is that this year because basically, to get to the racetrack, it's in a suburb that is outside of the city, Flemington, it's in place called Flemington. And it's pretty crazy. Like, it's a small suburb, and it just gets flooded with people, like hundred thousand people, or whatever it is. And so the train systems, how people get out there or Uber's Academy, but you don't want to be drawing. It's like congestion CD. But this year, what I've done Metro trains sent drones up.
I saw the storey but I know Fuck it. I understand that someone in the train team was like, hey, let you know the fucking Metro is like, bought a DJ I yeah. I don't understand why what are they actually using the drawing for? Are they looking ahead to see if there's shit going down? Like there was a car on the tracks once? And there was? So what does it do just fly up and
they must be releasing a bunch of them just making sure they're just like checking, checking the clear wise because you got to go through all these crossings and shit. So it's a it's a weird one. I saw the storey. And I thought great looking for terrorism. Yeah, that was where my headwinds, but it turns out, they're just looking at the tracks to make sure everything's running smoothly. But do you think that that's,
that's a PR thing from there? And I think it's really cool that this,
I think they get fined. I thought that was the case that if the train system shuts itself, there's a company that have tended to look after everything. And then it's up to them. What used to be called x. Oh, yeah, that's right. Aim train was another one. You don't remember it.
And then it became Metro and Metro is what it is now.
Yeah. And I am trying was metric maybe that just
rebrand maybe. And so they basically what they have a deal with the Victorian Government? Yes. Like, we have to have a certain amount of uptime. And Melbourne is notorious for when it gets to the summer, specifically, everything starts to screw up because of the the heat and the warping of the tracks.
But when we were in New York, we're thinking like we went to the subway, and it was probably 26 Grey's was gross. Oh
Mystique, it's 40 degrees over there. And so it was like, Yeah, 26 and it was still killer. And those trains are all underground underground. medisave at eight, it's crazy. I wonder it shoots itself. Yeah, I'll shoot myself in the house off
that trade. And that the hate Yeah, it's a bit stinky and gross. But I'm enjoying I'm looking forward to. I know that what they've actually done previous us to is Uber will do Uber helicopters Israeli thing. So like prime select amount of bargains can arrive on a helicopter, which is cool. It would cost a bit though.
Not every bargain has cash. Yeah, she there's a lot of
that. But there's also there is something Bogan about living beyond your means. The guy who I say so someone who has Fox towel, but can afford a door like a front door. That's a pretty bargain thing to do.
Is that Do you know the storey? Is there a storey out there?
literally like I've said it on the show before that, you guys know I've got there's a maid who who had a kid at school, and they had Fox style, but they didn't have a front door. Fox. I was cable TV. Yeah, from international audience.
And when we were young, especially It was like a very, it was it was amazing to have like you were it's pretty special to have Fox now. But I thought it was pretty special to have a front door. If I had to choose a record as a child, I probably would have chose the front door. Now. You know, I want to make you're all about security. Yeah, it's true. You definitely choose the frontal
the public holidays when you're growing up. What was when you thought public holidays or we call them curriculum days? Remember curriculum days? You call them then
I thought curriculum days weren't public holidays occur.
But the school would be off wouldn't
the schools off because I thought it was something to do with the curriculum. The teachers they are planning what they're going to do for the next so they said it was the booze up
to the public. So public. Public holidays. Do you remember what that meant? For you? We saw
everything every the weekend? The holidays? It was always Okay, who's having a gathering? Who's having a party? Where can we go and drink a few beers?
What about when you were younger? before?
When you had the autonomy, like for me it was 10 pin bowling or rollerblading? I can't
remember that far. But maybe it's the lady is but what I do token because I was always misbehaving from grade six,
you know, probably from I reckon I would have been doing the whole 10 pin bowling stuff from grade six. Until you know, and
yet it was from end of grade six onwards. So Josh,
inside is by and so your your parents didn't like your family didn't take turns and all we're going to take you guys to laser tag.
Oh, I mean, we did heaps of that. But I don't remember it ever being because of a public holiday. I reckon you've got a really great memory.
Was it a fair? What I'm curious about was it like a would you cuz I felt like a parent would normally take charge and it was like, Okay, my mom is going to have me and a couple of my mates and we're going to go somewhere
if you can remember that. That's hats off to you. Are you serious? You may not remember, I remember so much of that stuff. I took a lot of days off school just because I didn't want to go so maybe that felt like it was a weird thing. My mom work from home like she had a business inside of my dad. So I can't I can't remember there was never a time where I can pinpoint like we used to go and do laser tag and go gum by a park. Yeah. That was a good one.
Out of suburbs if we ever spoken about Wally's world while bees were these World War he's world we went to I'd never been to war peace world and I was so upset because I remember like a helicopter in there and yes, it was at the front of the of the actual Yeah, theme park whatever it's called. And I remember finding out that Bobby's world was closing down and we never got to go I was just so upset about it well I can tell you
what was world was amazing. From what I remember being on this thing but I remember being up in that helicopter I was a couple years older than you so that was like probably helped that we went from if you if you are not from Melvin that make no sense think of the nostalgic place that you can think back to is that was like yeah, you wanted to go to so bad had a whole bunch of rides
I'm going to put up on I've read it out the ad I'm sure there's a one
world Yeah, there isn't there's this thing. It was like on rails. And it was when like all around that. What do you call it helicopter and it used to spray you could spray water from one it was like a fire engine so you can fully shoot and hit targets with water was epic. Yeah. But it's they I think they're reopening something out there. I think it was the other one gum bypass bypass. It done Yeah, yeah, it's just to grab it say the problem is what a gramme for what for money because what else is on your business? What do you want be is good i don't think i think that's the problem these places you go to his kids and then
you're an adult you take kids a marketing is you know the TV and since Yeah, but brain I had a hole on the weekend like a few hours of just watching old TV ads on YouTube
what so what is there what I there's everything is really niche to Melbourne. Yeah,
just like everything from what ads colonial finance like colonial bank that was remember there was colonial stadium yet? Marvel Saturday?
Is it really? Yeah, they've changed what there so colonial Stadium, which is the big with Telstra, it was Telstra turned into it. He had stadium which these are all just sponsors that are mad anymore. Not at head. It's Marvel, as in Marvel Comics, Marvel stadium. Fuck,
that's a cool
brand. I thought it was cool. So when you driving across the big bridge, Melbourne, says Marvel stadium. It's pretty cool. People will give me a pushback.
Well, there's all that pushback at the moment with Apple coming to fed square. They're trying to put some sort of historic labelling on fed square so
nothing historic about fed
squid is all also faces were never fed square had it's more than I use it. It's probably 15 years, but fed square had so much pushback. Remember when it started? It was it was across its across the road from the famous Flinders Street Station if you type in Flinders Street if you're not from trial, Flinders Street Station Yeah. And then you type in fed square you can see the architectural differences dude
Apple do it well New York in some of the old buildings there they Primo Where was the best Apple store you into overseas? You went to one in Italy didn't you? Yeah, I went to a bunch I'm trying to I mean they're all very similar yeah
probably the one there's one in the in Paris in the fuckin in where the model a series or the Loop The Loop
Really? Yeah there's one in there Yeah,
so that was pretty cool. But I think I struggled to work out how to fucking get in there because you have to sort of go on underground Oh yes.
But anyways so that I haven't I think they do a good enough to be able to have it and we need more than there's not one in this there's one in the city No,
there's not about city but what about if Apple just became a bit math feels like Apple might be on the way out anything are as a brand to what gives you that sense? Why just give a sense because at an hour they slowing their innovation I don't they call now they're going to be calling 10 years and I think over a long time Yeah. Hi the daily talk show.com you can still get stickers or you have to put in on the subject line stickers with your address in the body of the email and if you really love us you can also write us a note so we know who you are.
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Anyone else know we had a few others but and we got a really nice email from Danny the other day to who he was saying Danny was the person who gave is the train driver yes and push back fat Danny fucking done. He gave it gave some feedback A while ago about my travel storeys saying don't give a fuck about your travel storeys, Josh and
it was almost in a nicer way than that but it still had the facts in there.
And he said, he said
he said despite initially saying I wasn't interested in what you were up to Josh, I ended up missing hearing it and he's gone on to I'm not into Instagram and giving Facebook and Miss at the moment. So I don't get sacked for posting something I shouldn't I thought Did he say somewhere that he did get sacked or no, I must have made that up. But a lovely email and he finishes that he says I'm can't can't wait to see what you guys the future brings with big media company. But he says I just realised I didn't swear much sorry. Fact fact. Fact regards Danny the fucking train driver.
I can love dad at
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