- November 14, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Wednesday November 14 (Ep 217) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, Tommy reveals how undercover cops are fining drivers using their phones, Josh relives his squeegee truth, how to best reheat lasagne and Tommy’s relationship with The Fuzz.
The Daily Talk Show is on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/thedailytalkshow/
Send us mail: PO BOX 400, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Email: [email protected]
The Daily Talk Show is produced by BIG MEDIA COMPANY.
Wait a minute
conversation, sometimes worth recording with Josh Janssen and Tommy Jenkins at Le Talk Show
17 Hump Day Happy Wednesday night.
I you said to me if you got something to talk about, I said, Yeah. And I gave you the headline. But I found the better one I the way I told you it was cheeky cop tactics. Okay, you know, and then I just read the news article headline, which was much more relevant to us. They say there is a you know, undercover squeegee cops NAB dozens of drivers on phones.
When you said squeegee cops The first thing I thought was people who were at the lights Yeah, doing this squeegee thing, but I thought that they were getting in trouble.
Now get these the cops were impersonating the squeegee guys that wash your windows when you pull up the lights for a few bits, a few coins. If you if you actually have coins. I have no coins to ever give these books, but I have conversations with them. And we've spoken about that on the show. But get this so it's like this is just like an Melvin at me where my might kill lives. And they will so the way it worked was because I
was doing we want to bring up the squeegee thing.
Now just go back to Episode 14. Can I just mention it now just to
disable it in Episode Four. This is a huge one kids in cars turn off now. Kids have already three full brunt of it to one, Episode 14, which was the beginning of the year. Yeah, we were doing a radical honesty episode. And I said that when I was attain, I want to play put a squeegee like a squeegee that you would choose in the shower to claim the shower window. like any normal person. Yeah. I stuck the handle in my
because my sex ed teacher, an old an old lady probably in a 70s was describing the male G spot. Okay, so I thought
you'd go on a hunt.
Yeah. So I went on a hunt. And I found it. And
but neither I mentioned that I think it is a way of sort of disabling it. But then unfortunately, we've been we've been getting emails from people who go past to previous episodes. Yeah. One person said, was just listening back and heard Episode 14 on the train. Yeah. And so there is a bit of fun in us, having people like Seth Godin on talking about business and my marketing and building big media company. And there's a filthy little sacred. Josh in the squeegee, sacred top cementing, cementing every couple of hundred episodes. We bring it up again. It's great. It becomes the inject.
I mean, I've reset the in-joke for those people. So it's a bit refreshing. You definitely have heard
you first tell that to
you was that was either first first time I'd ever mentioned it.
Isn't it funny? Because simultaneously telling me you told hundreds,
potentially thousands as we grow? Well, that's the attention seeker and me, isn't it? Yeah. It's the the willingness to be vulnerable for a laugh
now. I think I think it's great. I think it's looking back and it just says who you were as a young teenager curious as kids. There's a fascination with orifices I don't think it did
you ever Well, you're talking like it was a quite a common thing.
Well, I know other people get on similar things.
What does that mean? I haven't. Okay. Sure.
I definitely haven't stuck a squid yet. mass of second finger as I'm watching myself. I think as people do,
what do you say? You say I suck the finger.
finger. When you cleaning yourself as in what I classify as someone who's normal who cleans that area? Not just
lather up? Not with not with the each and every team
searching for the G spot. Yeah, I don't know if it exists or not. And another thing I've actually come I've read some studies around it, not there not knowing if it really exists. And it's just some of the
males or females.
I think it's for the I think it's for females because men it's likely that Oh, that's what they've said it's in the bomb. Anyway, this is gone to date. This is not what it's going to date.
on the cups of resurrected this
drive right out of me but
they're searching for something. It's not the G spot. It's for people on phones. Yeah, they wrecked they got like $30,000 worth of fines.
30,000 bucks. I'm sorry, sorry.
$18,000 worth of fines. They caught 38 people so they issue 38 infringements
and then equal to 78 how many
is he part of the operation involved covert observations of drivers in stationary vehicles. Police issued 38 infringement notices to drivers for using their mobile phones while driving. Then it comes down here it says it is estimated the sting operation netted $18,392 in fines. The fine itself is $484 I've got one of these fucking things. And it scares the living shit. Like there is one thing so I get it. I think it's bit cheeky, though. Like like you should say the dude someone's taken a photos if some dude in like, Hi, these were with like, backwards cap that was doing the sting. So he would see the people in the cars and then phone ahead to the person 200 metres down the road, the cop in the car, pull them over and find them. That's so much fun, though.
I kind of feel this way. Did you imagine me doing that role? He would be like, Oh, really? No, not a character. Yeah.
You sound like you had no teeth. But that's how they sound.
Yeah, they do. Because most of them have not.
always afraid one and they just sound like nothing's falling in love, man. That's one of the things like yeah, I don't want to free one that. I've never said yes to that. We had a dirty window the other day embrace it. Or we could it was one of those moments of like, maybe the answer is yes. Yeah.
Well, I've always respected them. They're actually looking to exchange service for some caption, geez, essentially a job. They're entrepreneurs, right? Just at a low level given that okay, but these cops it's a bit it's a bit sneaky. I don't like it.
When I was in Turkey. This was annoying when you see something blowing up on Reddit doing really well like a photo. Yeah. And it's someone posting an observation of something that they saw, which I'd saying three months earlier and thought that's an interesting thing. And I took a photo as well, but never posted it. I didn't even post on my Instagram. If you haven't told me about it not I think it was it is a cardboard cutout of a cup car. Full size on the highway in Turkey. So people slow down thinking that it's a cop car.
And but there's no one in there. It's just it's fucking two dimensional.
It's like when I say Coke, I shoot myself. Yeah, I look at my beta.
Anytime I say a Holden Commodore. Yeah, who else is owning Holden Commodores a lot of people
out with you're living or cops yeah you're right like that V p v v. vs catalyse a patches of it. Yeah, they fought like you look, I always look for the light, the light on the dashboard. Potential life. It's the same physical. I mean, a lot of them are undercover cops that aren't and don't give a shit about traffic stuff. So there's like the highway patrol there are on the tail, and there's undercover Highway Patrol. They're looking for this stuff. But I always say like, the detectives, they have a you know, a Commodore that's like, unmarked, but I've got you know, the sorry, the things at the front. So I probably won't do anything. I've never been pulled over by one of those the highway patrol people are the ones you're going to watch out for. Because they're they're legit on the lookout so they're better there. And do you see the big big like the the troops have lots of cops in a van like they don't even looking into cars? Where is the suit in the guys in the highway patrol? Well, then,
I'm sure they type here I'd or something.
Which I think that's why, you know, social media is blowing this up. And people are just like nap. It's like the injustice, spend your money. Like it's such a revenue rising clear thing like it. There is one thing that from having a $496 fine at a time where the baby was on the way and I fucking didn't need it. And I couldn't afford it. I was in traffic sitting there. And I got a knock on the window. We weren't even moving. And I just my heart sank. And I had my phone in my hand, which was stupid, because I've got a car that runs it through the system. So I was like just doing something with it. I felt like I was innocent. But I seriously have been so much better since and so I get it. So I was like revenue rising on one hand scaring the shit out of people to never do it again. And I look over at people in disguise. It's almost like I feel like I'm I want to not one in the window. Just go dude. Went 496 telephone.
I was at the front. I was on Church Street in Richmond the other day driving to pick Bray up from work. And I really want I can't remember I think I was wanting to make a call. Whatever I was wanting to do and couldn't do it using Siri. What was it? No matter?
What is there banking? You can do it a lot with Siri, you can't like search websites. You can find it most information, open apps. If it's connected to your phone,
podcast. I know what it can do that I wanted to play. We had a conversation just before we left about listening to the old startup podcast. And so I clicked down like before I went and then I made some calls had some calls and then I got to this point. Yeah, where I news press play however, traffic lights, and I'm out the side of the place the stage is when the Mac is Yeah. And so I was just like, you know what, I'd be fucking stupid to. Even though my phone is on the mounted on the quad lock I come out. It's probably even more obvious. They'll just see me sort of tapping away as if you haven't done the old,
I always say is a challenge. Just like my eyes are looking straight ahead and my eye. My head's looking straight ahead and my eyes are looking down to just sort of grab something like a full try and go covert, but it's not the point they try. It's for safety. Probably not the best place at the front of the hops.
You were mentioning while I was why this 30 kilometres per hour. Oh dude, which is effect fudge.
Like, I hope it saves lives. Where we are where our offices, the big media company HQ. They've just enforced 30 kilometres an hour, it's very slow. It's actually ridiculously slow. It's even from 40 down to 30.
If you're going 40 you'd get a fine going in a 30 100% 1010
kilometres over live. So you recognise say it like that. I remember hearing something like in the States, someone from the US can correct me but it was like, if you're less than 10 miles over, you're all good.
Yeah, Australia. They have a Lee like a
leeway of what three K's
are three K's at the end.
So if you're going 45 in a 40 zone, you could probably get away with it. The comedian done. Tom Tom. Tom Gleason does a bit on his comedy. performance. This is going this is me quoting him from probably 2009 he did this bit where it was. He calls it the little bit of salt and pepper. Yeah, so if he going over a few cases, just the salt and pepper. And so I'm constantly whenever I'm on the freeway, and I'm doing like 103 Yeah, concert in my head. is I just a little song.
Just a little zone. But
I don't know how it's how they say it was a little bit sound. That's like a little bit extra. Yeah,
it's a little bit Can you please get trying to figure in just a little bit over and write them a message saying
no. But if it's three K's they wouldn't pick you up either. The speed is is not great
is on part yet. So that's what I've always thought. Like even in the digital space in mind. And it's
not it's not spot on jerking, you will drive faster with a digital speed Oh, or faster with an analogue speed now, I think
I think faster with an analogue. I'm more on it looking for the digital space, just get it to get it to that 60 round numbers and I hit it I hit the cruise control because that saves my
stand alone. I can sort of Oh, what about if I look really far from the right hand side actually so if you tilt your head and look down
100 if you show opposite.
Yeah. If you really small, struggling to say Oh, granny looking trying to look over the space trying to look over the dashboard. You saying that slight tilt? Yeah, you're totally right.
You mentioned may being in the burbs. Yeah. And the whole car Commodore thing. Upside in some regards, is coming home to dinner. not having to worry like that being a thing.
Well, yeah, well, because mom's co here. Yeah,
but the pushback that I've always given his mom's got a lot of great qualities. She's she needs to add salt and pepper to things. She's not much of a she's not a seasoned she's always push back. Don't push back on Herbes and seasoning Why's that?
doesn't like it
doesn't think that sort of you overpowering the food flavour
what's the dish where it's that's the case like what's a dish that you think needs way more fibre and it could be enhanced
by Pastor Okay, just add something else like spaghetti bowl I'm short like vulcanised I'm sure it's like mincemeat i canna tomatoes you and
Okay. No, I think I think it's time I think it's
But hang on you getting it for free. And yeah, so we wrapped where it's like we've actually this is probably the first time it's probably the like this will be the last time I reckon brain I will ever be staying at our parents in the sense of like, we had the big trip it was sort of this is we've been housesitting all around the place where house sitting in January. So we've made the call where we're like, you know what, let's just stay at my parents for a little bit.
I think it's a great move, save a bit of cash move out. But you're right I hadn't thought about is like, Is there a time? And if you need help, I'm sure. It's like,
can you ever be back at your parents know you got a kid?
Yeah, I've got I've got baggage. I've got I've got a bit more to bring. Yeah, nowadays than just my myself. I remember finishing up in Shepard and I was homeless in many I didn't have a rental property like I had since I left home. And I went back to mom and dad's and I just had my bags and felt just out of whack. And I just I just remember it was felt like I didn't like the feeling of not having a place. Yeah. Have you actually looked I haven't asked you. Have you
been? We were looking but then we'll finding places that we liked. And then we're like, well, we're not going to move in until January affair.
Show you pushing it till next year. Yeah, it's probably a good time over Christmas and stuff. So
the thing is we're spending with the schedule that we're doing. leave home at like 530 in the morning. And then we're getting home at 7pm Yeah, so it's actually not it's literally just eating and going to sleep. But mom is very good. She's got like a group Facebook message messenger with brain I will tell us like what's on for dinner? What's on tonight? Yeah, yeah, she she did actually message but last night she wasn't home and brain. I were going to the fish and chip plays do some fish and chips. Mom said Ah, there's some leftover lasagna. You can have that. And then so we're like, we couldn't actually find the fish and chip. So I just assumed that that'd be one at started Park. Yeah, at the shopping centre.
Like I remember always having food. That would be food being cooked at my house too.
I think about the time, it is a different time. But I but I do see how it will probably happen with Bodie. Because we're in a mode for the and I haven't had this thinking until having the baby like when I'm going home. And my my my thinking is cook for us cook for body like it's you just getting this pattern for years. I could see how just continue you always just creating
more than what you need.
Yeah. Especially the kid with the routine of going home, dinner and then bed. I think and what changes dinner. The kid goes to bed later. You keep cooking dinner because he's coming home hungry. And so it's like, what, 18 years 19 years. George patent of cooking that way
until we just do it. So mom said hi guys. If you're home for dinner, I've made Spanish chicken and Teresa.
He says you've got a good
Spanish chicken and rice. chaise Lynn. Yeah. It sounds good. I
tell you what, Lynn, I mean, I don't think you need much more flavours added to that. Like you're getting a lot of flavour from the Teresa.
Yesterday, those on your seat. So she said hi guys. There's leftover meat from Sunday and veggies and lasagna, you can have dinner. Bry said thank you. That's great. Would we hate the lasagna in the oven? What do you think? What's your answer? Depends on what kind of
there's so many things. But Bry was blown away about how I cram chicken when she came over.
How'd you do it? Did you use it?
That's what she said. How
do you do that? Did you use ink? Did you use an egg flour? Yeah, that's how I've done that used to be my sheet c dash needy. I will Yeah, I used to be on sort of the Soul Train as a kid like on the sort of, you know, you'd have sort of the wet and dry and you'd sort of go through that whole thing. It's it makes sense. schnitzel train
yeah. The whole station sort of thing. Anyway, right,
right. lasagna? I reckon it depends on what you want. It could dry it out by putting in the mark and putting in the microwave. Yeah, it's gonna draw it out. It's going to draw it out, putting in the microwave oven,
because mom said, Well, she said, Bray said, Would we hate lasagna oven? Mom said I will would do it in the microwave, because it's pretty, pretty dried out. It's already dried out. Yeah,
maybe it's already dried out.
How can it be dried out? How does that happen?
I've cooked it Lynn. I've a baked? Yeah. I mean, it is one of the hardest things. So a really interesting fact I learned from listening to this guy talk about microwaves is that they're not what how when it show him that. You have a PC says I new kid. Yeah. And then I was always like, I can't if I like open the microwave. I remember being a kid if I open this, there will be like a radiation coming out. And like it ruins everything. Like that's the talk. It doesn't ruin food. It can you can overcook stuff, but it doesn't ruin the macro nutrients in it.
If you burn the rewards, yeah, sure. Yeah, that doesn't sound right though. Does a
show debit? It doesn't mean you could everyone was a new kid meaning you like you ruined all the qualities in
you. I reckon I can understand why parents get pissed off because Bray did braise I'm hedging your bets. So I just say we haven't heard I haven't spoken yet about what we're going to do. And she said, thanks, Lenny. I'll check with Josh but we might be okay for dinner. So it
doesn't want to have to live the
so I said this is fresh. This is chicken Spanish chicken and Troy's eyes fresh.
Why hang on? What's the pushback there? Sounds amazing.
Yeah, so the pushback is just like don't don't my we still haven't had those fish and chips. So it's whether we want to do that. Oh, you know, like medicate through food? Yeah, depending on if we're staying back light or having a light one. Might as well
how long is it actually taking you to get home.
So I'll drive to get Bry which would take 20 minutes, 18 minutes, and then it'll take 45 to 50 minutes?
Or an hour an hour trip home. I love that. It's not too bad. But when you lived in habits for deals five minutes, yeah.
And the thing is, we're going to be like it in a couple of months. It's going to be back there anyway.
Can you see the appeal of buying out far? Like say if you're an hour away? He says two hours a day? I don't think you would where
I could actually be more inclined to say I could imagine that if you were to get a job in an industrial status state or whatever you call it. In Rovio that's where you're working and you was a fuck is happening. my hard drive my computer eat tapes like waking up. Like it's full on because this is like I've got like a hot like a massive hard drive like a ride like eight.
I don't know if anybody wants to get in on the podcast
beeps every time we're doing the podcast cuz it goes to sleep. I need to fix up the whole sleeping. Yeah. Did you ever have a computer in your room when you were a kid?
Bloody Earth. So conspiracy Jimmy and I used to like I will he used to build computers. And I would watch him and then I would try and or I really tried building and I could build a computer like I could get the motherboard. I can put in the RAM. I used to actually do the hard drives Do you know? So it's not static and stuff like had no idea. Okay, but I'd reformat them super cowboy and so I was like yeah, I just follow prompts but I had one in my room for ages and that's it. I had the speakers set up like a Logitech you know six speaker to on the wall Did you have our full light? Did I haven't No, I didn't have that James conspiracy Jamie. He had a water unit on that's calling Yeah, but it had like fluoride green it looked like nucular waste. See, I remember we when we drove out to like Moran or already going to Ms. Why we drove out to Oakland was a it was a Scott tech. No it was a what's it called job a trading post job. I had to think about that name of that old business that was still a thing today. Not that I don't think the hard copy. The pain is gone. God That was some of my favourite times
there. What would you actually do on the computer?
What most 16 year olds would do seven eight year olds a day just chat to their mates online.
There was a your parents have any rules on it?
No, pretty lacks. I mean, they didn't want me looking up pornographic material.
As no parent my I had no way of you would have been What? 16 at the time.
Yeah. It was pretty. I was pretty afraid to do what I want. But I just had photos. Music I used to download a lot of stuff like on like naps or Livewire? Yeah, download movies. But he's interesting thinking about how that conversation wasn't had with us.
Yeah. Because you would think would be quite different. Nowadays, maybe.
I think like there was Norton anti virus software that was like could be, you know, kid friendly. Like you could set some parameters. But it was it was a bit hard back then. Now it's so much easier because if you have a Mac, you can just totally restrict access.
Do you reckon you would have actually been gotten into more trouble if you're more connected as a kid?
Yeah, I reckon. I think I would have been caught for more things that I was probably like phase.
Because I saw someone posted on your Facebook. A drunk photo of you. They're still coming up. Yeah,
yeah, that all? Yeah, a girl that I know I haven't spoken to her in years. Lucky there wasn't any like smart squeegees when I was sort of like send a push and I was
assaulted by Josh is no, I'm only made to wipe windows not to push.
this this stuff I got up to when I was young. I think that nowadays it just wouldn't fly too many cameras now that I was doing that much, like much bad shit. But we're like we still loiter a lot. Smoking weed in the school. Like and I remember a couple of times it was and like a golf clubs. You just can't not as like all premises have like security systems that are wide to the owner or the local cops or whatever it is.
Cops actually have
not to like local. That's pretty crazy. The local security team that would come out. Yeah. And so I think what we used to do and roaming around at night is totally dodgy on trains. Like when we used to just hang out on trains there was no security cameras on trains when we were like there was the first set shout out to Gemma watts connects she's written a few of those, you know some nostalgia there with some public transport but the all the Connexions when they first came in they had some security cameras but that was that was it's train stations fuck man we used to get up to some you know stuff at train station you have a handcuffed No Never
detained. Taught Yes. But told you what's the right one of the
why they got they came to my house and said you come to the station which means you have no option to come to the station. I can talk about a matter
you actually go straight away when they asked that.
Yeah, I just went inside got dressed and
what are you wearing?
Which is the morning would have been just tracksuit pants. Okay,
God put on you nice. Now the dead men, two men and two men. No.
And then so I went down help them with their investigation. Okay. And and no charges would like
do you think your relationship with cops because I think
I look at say what has happened in the same a day. And I was texting you about this for whatever reason I was obsessed with that video of the cop shooting the terrorist in the chest. Yeah. And I watched every single angle like I was scrolling the internet like I was some sort of investigator seeing all the different angles of them just gone.
Every event now that happens but the one you're talking about Melbourne CBD there's a bit of something went down last week, you know, we'd be looking supposed to be ya know, but what do you say about the cops? So I thought about
it. So what I found interesting after that I all of a sudden had this high respect of cops. And I noticed that we were pulled over by a breathalyser that with you know, checking account for a bunch of people over the weekend. And I felt like the banter was stronger with the cops that were having a real good laugh. And they seem to be a high level of respect. Yeah. And I felt that I was warm to like I felt really? I don't know, I just feel like sometimes when you speak to it, it's not in a warm sense. And it probably should fit like we should be really
supportive. Yeah, I think my relationship now that I've had one, but I think as a young listening to rap music as a kid, talking about fact, the fact that police, like and I remember just in the graffiti scene, it was all about cops, dogs, you know. So this is like this is being written up on more. So it's probably has contributed to my thinking about stuff. And I guess if you're but if you do it like maybe there was times where I was doing the wrong thing. So you're trying to evade the police, which is like, they are not enemy. But if you're trying to be secretive from division of people, you you're obviously having noise. Yes, you very naughty, and so you trying to get away from but nowadays, like I say, like when I saw that guy shooting that person seeking, they like majority of police, through the force through career probably won't shoot someone. Yeah. And it's most likely won't kill somebody in their time. Like, yeah. And so that I think about these two, that one of them was probably 30 The other one was a bit older. Like they're rusted on to walk around the street, in the city. And on that one shift. They just happened to be in the place where this fucking lunatic Yeah, he's stabbing people. And that's where I go, that's where I feel for them. Because it's like, I'm not I know some cops. And I think about it them in that situation. I think it's just like, it is just a job. Yeah, it's a pretty fucking fun thing to put yourself into to be a police officer. You know, when you're dealing with a shit.
Yeah, but there's also like the day today, anything anytime? anything bad happens? Yeah. The cold.
Yeah, the worst of everything, I think. And I have grown to have an empathy for seeing how some of them are on age. Yeah, because that's their reality. Big lemons, send them in batches haven't said to me. So I like I've seen like, you know, like you say bit of an edgy cop that's always looking around. They're looking for the trouble because their job. They're trying to defuse things and also make sure she's not going down. So yeah, it's it's, it's a hard job. What about the this like the new on the train system in Melbourne, there's the cops with a fake up, they look like they're real cops. They've got guns,
what they call Public Service Officers, no public service officer, and then that's how they transport officers, officers, there's some sort of officers, but
they have some rights that, you know,
that's why I was wondering, I was wondering, is the exact same situation or Flinders straits station would have one of those not cops, I shouldn't say fake cops. They're just they went through the controversy around it was they went through whitelist training than a cop to actually get there. But they still
need some tough ones.
Really. I wouldn't talk with it. But
they I wonder if they could shoot a guy on a chest and a be sort of celebrated like it was I remember he was celebrated, or am I writing that wrong? Maybe celebrated from wrong word.
I think in some areas, it might have been like, Well, I think it's like you do the right things. It's not like Yeah, you got him. It's like, You did the right thing. And, you know, sorry, you had to make that. Yeah, but you we've got your back. I remember this is one last storey from the train from the track hanging at the train station before the fucking offices used to now loiter there because that was our loitering grand left just taken over. But I remember talking to a security guard that brought up the money for the the ticket machine Yeah. And he had a gun and I was like Matt, what do you like what happens if something goes down? Like what do you what can you do? And I remember him telling me that he has to aim for the chest really yet so he's like you know they can't you can't you can't just shoot him in the knee. Yeah.
Well, you have to shoot to put a stone wall when they're doing what in what case?
Well say if they someone was taking their money or they got held up yeah see this is the thing I don't know when when is the okay to pull your gun out and actually pull
the mainstream media did a bunch of shit around that is after it happened. The police commissioner or whatever came out and said like they did the right thing. It's a shoot to kill based on x y and Zed I don't know
if I can crazy prick with a knife. Yeah, shoot that fucker
talking trains. We got an email from Danny the train driver.
Yeah. Danny Boy centre say? Well, you brought up something that he that he'd kind of mentioned to us my the
daily talk show.com he had mentioned some I'd read an email or thought that he'd been fired from saying something on Facebook now.
He said good. A fact and gronk great. only kidding, of course, but proving I do listen from the gronk separate to gronk. Josh, thanks for mentioning, but I didn't get the ass for posting on Facebook. Well, not yet. Anyway, I work for the government. And there are people who will troll you on Facebook and screenshot stuff and send it to management. So I know I have to be very careful. I have gotten a few warnings from the last private company I work for so I've had to turn to my my presence on Facebook has been very cleansing actually. He's seen the light as a digital interview with Gemma was great. She was really interesting, but I had to pause the app and go and Google who she was sorry Gemma clearly I live in a very sheltered life it's my it's probably because you know on Facebook or
so is he just gone off Facebook completely. But he's saying he loved the episode loved the interview. Yeah, it was doing too well on a rabbit hole
there is there is some other feedback from other people outside of you Danny that tell us that we should introduce our guests but
it was maybe it was Danny that mentioned as well on No, it was. It was true. There's been multiple we've been told a few times but it was the end of the email.
Keep up the good work boys.
Danny back in Danny. Danny you just got it if I can train drunk driver Danny Is that too long try and drive it was trying to drive it down it
Yeah, like fucking Danny
the fucking Danny doesn't get a train driver Danny you just you get a fucking good yo for it. Yeah, try and drive Danny fucking try and drive with Danny too long will say today, everyone. Hi, the daily talk show.com if you want to send us an email Otherwise, we'll see you tomorrow. Hey guys.