- November 30, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday November 30 (Ep 229) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
It’s Fat Fridays and we’re recording live from Victoria Park’s grandstand. On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we chat about Josh’s social anxiety, the presence of the girl at the sandwich shop, being a creature of habit, how to describe the podcast and Tommy’s thinking of deleting his social media too.
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conversation, sometimes worth recording with Josh Janssen and Tommy jack, happy fat Fridays everyone, Episode 229 it's the daily talk show. stuff and you
know, Joe, today we decided, well, if you knew every Friday we do something called fat Fridays. Last week was that's pretty fun. We did it from a train carriage elevated up into the sky that has a burger restaurant in this today. Where are we paint the picture? So it is currently five past 1pm it's the last day of the month here in Melbourne. summit tomorrow. Is that first day summer is I want to start Yeah, first of December. The Voice you're hearing Mr. 97 joins us today. Yeah, and he's from New Zealand so he's not across the season. He's our leader.
You've got your interest you at 97 underscore your ADA and you didn't know that December one was first day of summer. Yep. So we're currently on a grandstand is a grand. Yeah, this is the old Collingwood football club which Australian rules football. Yeah, this is their old training ground on just off pant road. It's, there's a lot of history in this place. And this is that it's pretty cool because you can just come here and walk up into the grandstands. This would be like 1000 seats, I reckon. At least it's actually a fun game is knowing how many people could sit in this sort of thing? Yeah, but what makes it grand Do you think what because there's a difference between a piano when a grand piano? That is true? Do you know the difference?
Maybe it is the size of it? I don't know. Mr. 97. You don't have computers, you know the throw to you. You don't know that. I think maybe a grand piano has the bill at the back
Okay, so I think a grandstand different between the grant like a way on bleachers. Now this is this is bigger than bleachers. This is the grand it's big, grand meaning huge, even if that's what it actually means people are going to care about the food that we're eating. Yeah. So yes, fat Friday's.
How do we get here? We, this was we probably ran into it. It's our it's our first fat Friday's happened because it was it was by accident. Yeah, we were just being fat on Fridays. We make this part of the show. And last week, it was pretty much fully produced. Yeah, thanks for us. Kaizen today, almost fell apart. Nice. And you had a question for Josh, didn't you? Yeah. So we were we were sort of
figuring out what to do what where to go and what to do with Friday. And I just quickly say before you sign it, this is what happens. I go set up the gear. I leave you fucking idiots to go get the food
and you start talking
said, Yeah, so we were, we were just wondering when you get real hungry and real tight is that is that when your social anxiety starts to sort of pop? Yeah, Yeah, probably. Because, I mean, we'd like to preface it as a question but it's more of a statement that
your social anxiety goes through the roof.
Tommy then he has I feel like his own anxiety. Well, I've got mine just is more of a become a grumpy bam. But we noticed
that we can't take you seriously with the amount of 30
metre 97 look at these tapes. Mo Yeah, you gotta you gotta favourite going on there. Okay, hang on. You just did
that. Yeah, but I think I think what was clear is that the anxiety starts to rise. At one point you're like, I don't want to go anywhere where there's lots of people.
Let's just go back to the office. And I'm happy that we're at
But is clear now I'm just like frustrated with that it's clearly because we're hungry. I think we need a really either eat before we like eight in the morning because I fasted up until now did I fast? Yeah, I guess I did I had a coffee. You don't count that is eating yeah now So, Mr. 97 your question is a question is do I do do I think I get a bit anxious when I'm hungry or does your social anxiety heightened does it does Yes. Yeah, I think so. I think that as I maybe I just get to a point where
I just can't be fact going out. I definitely hit a ceiling with things where it's like we either need to make a decision straight away for decision hasn't been made. I then check in the towel and will default to something that doesn't mean it's over. It's Yeah. And and yeah, so you outsource the actual getting of the food to myself and myself. Yeah. So we're, it's it turned up in an overage bag. What you've what you ended up
Getting Yeah. Do they do restaurants pay for the Uber Eats bag or Uber supplies? I think it'll be free. Yeah, it's like they take 22% of each each sale. So it's crazy that every bag it's crazy Mr. 97 knows that fact but doesn't know when semester.
Yeah, so someone's December one. Yeah. In Melbourne here in here in Australia. Yeah. When I want to know
how the seasons work. We've asked this we don't know. Yeah, like because this is the earth know that December one is summer. Yeah.
So what we've had let's describe our food. We went to a place called or you guys. Yeah, so this was this is another thing about my anxiety.
The thing with where we ended up going was I used to go there every like second or third day. And I haven't been there since I got back into Melbourne last month. And so my concern was that the
I'm worried about the banter that I have to have what? Because you think that they would notice
that you weren't there, but what you're trying now we'll see how it sounds. Okay. Yeah.
I've walked in. Yeah,
I can I help you?
I think you Thank you.
Then I know you treating me like a stranger.
They have so many cars like they've got so many people passing through this. I don't know if that. I my son, she was she 97
I went there.
Yeah, I think so. Yeah. Did you get the vibe that she remembers? Yeah, she's super smiley, super, super friendly. She's like that all the time. I don't know if she knows me or or she doesn't. Right. But when you've always said you have a presence.
Just got a presence about she's gonna present she's a lovely woman. And she
come out right
She makes good sandwiches arrives. Yeah. So let's say the name of the company now that you've sort of I guess
that's fine. I think that's fine. It's nice. Kelso goes on Johnston straight in Collingwood they do a tuna melt which have just smashed. Yeah, it's all sitting right in the Tommy right now. So we've got probably about 25 minutes before not that I need to shift or anything but just before I've probably fought slight Yeah, we weren't taking it there. Yeah, we were gone the sleeping angle before the other angle. Are you? How do you guys feel about being locals? And getting into a rhythm and getting to know the the people behind the coffee machine? It's comfy.
That's my only problem with it. So yes, I sometimes I'm like I feel like in a shake the shit out of myself to get out of it. Yeah, because it can it can become very familiar. Yeah. What's What's happening? You walk in? Yeah, I'll have my coffee. Thanks. You don't even have to and we were talking about it's like
The trap for people that do fall into routines and you and like not having to sort of think that hard because they've you know they've systemized everything. So the word systematic, systematic, systematised, systemized system is analysed. Yeah, the system is systemized. Yeah, we used to have a segment called Word of the Day. Yeah, bring that back in 2019. Yeah.
Back in December, we didn't
make a lot of commitments on the show. Let's just talk about it outside of this talking about commitments. Are you? Sorry, I was gonna bring up something just photos. No, no. He was
listening to an episode The other day, and you guys were talking about and he's a big, big fan, huge fan. And now you guys are trying to figure out the best the best way to describe the podcast and you're going to put it up on Reddit to get feedback on it. No social media. I'm not samish fall. Yeah. Well, I didn't say that. He jumps that conclusion, and I'm willing to listen to
Fall, but he's the backup with the kid who has the ability to actually post on our Redis I'm Mr. Nadia was
not It wasn't an Asana task. Sorry, Josh. Yeah, we're using a project management tool. What What do you think describes the show? How can we describe the show? Did you actually think when you saw that you went to read it for a reason? Was it just to see if it was there or not? Or to actually I was I was not I saw I saw Matt's podcast the the YouTube video which I actually ended up posting Yeah, even though because I asked Tommy I'm like is this social media? And he said no interest so I just posted it Yeah, no, I wouldn't I went back and I try I've tried to look through it because I remembered that I heard that but yeah, it wasn't that I know my thing my thought was did you go just to check if we'd fact out or you went there to actually give us some input and and write something about the 5050 with us really
read it can sometimes I think BK spot on with read it. Yeah. It's a
cluster fuck at the moment. I think you just need more of a schedule on that just yeah, I'm I'm sniffing out that you're identifying a solid role for yourself at big media company and the daily talk show. Managing the road because I'm sick of respect refreshing, and saying that fucking pancake parlour eating competition. I don't have social media. All I've got is fucking now read it. Yeah. So here is a problem that I have. I'm facing if I leave social media in some capacity.
There's a lot left on the table. But we need a correspondent Josh and I spoke about this. Yeah, we may need you to be our social media correspondent. I just saw you do a bit of a gulp.
Little go a little, a little go with it. I mean, the idea of like, what's your perspective as an 1819. Now?
When do you turn on November 1, we missed the fact that I was a happy birthday. And it was I there was some reason
Behind this missing it. Well, you just didn't tell me so I missed it.
I got on Facebook. Yeah.
As a 19 year old How do you say me retiring from social media? Tommy even mentioning that now about like all maybe I'm not going to be on social media which is a bit of a change of June over the recent years. What's your take on all of this bullshit?
I think I think it's
i think i think it's fine if you've if you've if you've already established your your network. Yeah, like if like, like you guys you've already got you've already got PayPal and you've already got a following in a network, whether it be for big money company or the daily talk show.
Or the Josh Janssen.com. Josh? Yes.
I got actually someone added to the newsletter. Yeah, I haven't looked at what I'm going to do yet with it. But the monkey it's a clunky signup process. I just say it's the VIP
At the moment there is me which is just signed up automatically when you create a MailChimp list. There's Bry which was was me to sign up. It was Jesus which is actually connected to Tommy's email address. Yeah, it asked me for nine months and then there was one guy that was a very hot lead if you could call it that because he's the only person who I don't know and so I did.
There was a part of me that was like maybe if he wants an email from me What would it be like if I actually just sent an email personally to him? Yeah
erotic custom blog posts for yeah design personal blog blog posts. Yeah, just been might have been thinking yeah, tonight. Anyway, so you have you got a name for what we could call like a description because the feedback has been from Danny the train driver, who to close the toe.
toe loop sent us what could only be described is a quite a disgusting photo of his
toe which I believe was wanting grown. Yeah, but now it's just
it was not as cold places. It was all yellow.
And he had the best part of it was he used one of our stickers. Yeah, too, cuz he wants these 50 bucks that you promised, which I don't think the deal with the 50 bucks was you get $50 if you send a photo of your ingrown toenail, currently ingrown currently ingrown with infected extra points. Yeah.
Yeah, with the daily talk show. It's like a piece of paper. Yeah. So here's the thing. I had so much pushback on this originally. I'm really wanting you to lose 50 bucks. I'm actually now pushing it. How about this? What about I was mentioning it to Tommy rather than just giving 50 bucks cash. Wherever the Patreon lead out of it. I'll give a $50 voucher to get a Mani pedi
thought what a where what place their local night they don't need many petty they need surgery
out some alcohol wipes I didn't think about the daily talk show band aids that I wouldn't have Jesus sticker
sticker you're gonna say that when it when it when he had the the ingrown toenail Oh, just wrapping it up in the storey it almost look like because of the adhesive and it's in a transparent sticker. It sort of looked like one of those petri dish dishes that like scientists use and they've got like all the moat like Tommy
that was so what should we call this? What's the tagline?
Or I think
it had do you actually explain to me?
I know Andre Andre copped a few stickers in his inbox in his letter box. Yeah. So what do you did you onboard him by telling him You should listen to this thing? And if so, how do you
You just explained it to me tonight yeah well Andre was sort of just it was more just a natural progression of of like just working with you guys and then maybe talking to him about it and then just getting involved with the podcast and then he was like a coming out storey
but it happened slowly you know we went out to dinner a few times and go on now but I think probably the best way to describe it would just be here we go
it's sort of just it's it I guess it simply put as two blokes just talking shit about this this the stuff that they see and experienced during their lives. Am I lucky enough to be considered to take it My
question is the boys the boys Yeah, but but he's that so maybe
that he's facing is that it's not good enough. It doesn't actually explain he's locked for our show once I love Yeah, it's I'm after you.
song that cold pie lyric
that would hurt. Now, I think I think this, like the topics are so broad that you guys discuss there's so much to encompass in that in that description. So it's like, I don't know that it's sort of if they if they didn't know that you had big media account, like if you're looking at a description on on the podcast app having like they're not going to know that you guys run run your own production company in your own business and stuff like that. And that's only found out through following the show. So it's, it's hard to encompass all the topics he talked about in in that one description. When we start this see the trending topics, conspiracy Jimmy's is always trying to sort of place us and I think it's just because he loves us and he's trying to help us. He also walked in the day after I did the Karen affair
episode and said did you know Tracy grim show has a week
for the conspiracy which is 100% of cancer.
I definitely don't think that that's true. I think she's got very styled hair. You never know. They're pretty good the weeks the weeks that they got now the wigs they say everyone now we're doubling down that were part of the problem. I don't believe that to be true. But TJ when we were at stud Park, our first fat Friday at donut King, there was a lady who was there with her son. Yeah. And he gave some stickers. And then she did asked she said are so what is the podcast about? Yes. Do you remember what you actually said?
I remember the conversation after to you saying we really needed
sometimes marketing but just some friends chatting. Yeah. Bye. Yeah, yeah. Which it's really hard because you've got to know the person you're talking to is an audience member in a moment. So it's understanding them so you need to suppose you can't just
Say talking to a woman is the same age time. It's like talking to a woman who is a mother who is also a business owner. It's like having some context around it. It's, you're excluding people saying we're an animal show and we specifically talk about spiritual. Yeah. Like they are very active live.
Today Actually, it's brutal. Twice poodles and toys brutal. Yep. I seen
like, just a soft toy. No.
Just the small ones, toy, toy poodles, toys, poodles. It's a real I don't know if it's magical toys, or is it just a little?
Mini poodle? It's got this toy poodle miniature Schnauzer, miniature Schnauzer? Yeah, anyway, we're not a dog.
But you couldn't then say, Oh, she's a mother. So say, just a couple of girls chatting about motherhood because it's not quite what we know. We wouldn't know. But I think I guess what I'm saying for anything, anybody
Any specific branding comes, you need to have an understanding of the person you're talking to in a room for the corporates, we will in room for corporate marketing people definitely drop the Seth Godin and the fact that we're business owners and we create videos, but then Anthony might fall on a squeegee episode. Yeah, yeah. Episode 14
Yeah, I get that. But then if you're talking to just a couple of blokes who drive trains can you explain it? Yeah, well, cuz train drivers so forth. as funny as fuck. Yeah. Or is it? I don't know. Maybe they're not. They don't like that sort of stuff. Now, I don't know. I mean, you've been you've been questioning a few things lately this morning. And this is not a company as
it sounds a bit like that. No, it's the equivalent it's as big as that. It's the trying to reconcile what may being of social media means for you? Yeah.
flowing to face. Because I hadn't thought about this. This is where I think the fascination for people is because it's become so ingrained in our lives. You know, the emails and multiple emails we've got this week from Malaysia from Kyle done called on this. They The reality is, if I get on social media, and I'm and I miss something based that Amy needed to see, there's a bottle example, birthdays, or like Safeway, say two partners get off social media, two partners, that sort of disconnect from a bunch of people where they are. So there is social groups online. Not everyone. So there's a lot of people who have group chats going. Sure, and you're not one of them. I used to have a few WhatsApp groups and stuff and sort of shutting them down. Yeah. But so that's that's I guess,
for you and I. I'll be clear on this because I wasn't clear on. I just want to mention the fact that last night good
text from you saying, did you see so and so's tweet? Yeah. And I said, How the fuck would I say that? And so what ended up happening is you then
I called you straight away. And then you just read me the tweet. And
so it's sort of defeats the purpose in some and then what I said this morning, I said, How about any more interactions on that tweet,
said, social media has found a way to Rob 30 minutes of your time from our conversation, and you don't even have the apps anymore. It is full on. It is so fun, but I think it's like when you when you when you go down the rabbit hole, you can't stop, you can't turn around. And so when you start thinking about all these things, and really taking them on board and applying them and saying put someone in your world that does this, yeah.
It makes more sense as to how impactful this has become. I wrote I did this thing, my son today I got a piece of paper.
wrote all the platforms I've got Yeah, I then like spanned out from each one of those platforms and put the all the accounts I had. So it's like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and then next to that it's big media company the daily talk show Tommy jacket. Schools yes community podcasts are us 14 1414 accounts outside of my YouTube channels my the podcast we do and my personal website as 14 or they they would you say active use that as active as read it?
Once in a while, yeah. Not like all ones. Yeah, no. Yeah, these are these are new ones. These kids, you gotta be faking these kids. You gotta be fading and broad. Okay, don't fade 14 k kids. Well, there's always
it's always gonna be one run, run.
Run Run isn't necessarily based on how much food
Parents giving them sometimes it can just be a runt of the litter. It's not a not a good quality just suddenly I had a not a run you wouldn't call it a run. I had a snake It was a bad one of the litter, and it died. just died. But you had a snake, the snake, I had two snakes and I had had babies. No, I bought the baby snake. You bought the runt. I'd rather run the run look the best the brunt of the run had the best looking colours and then died three months I had those colours was because it was dying
to look like that. So when you look at it like that, how can you say that you can spread your time, effectively across that many channels versus doubling down like that, that practice like just do it get out a piece of paper, right other platforms span it off, like create some look tracing and you realise how deep you're in and how many fucking Kant's you've got if you're doing the similar stuff to what Josh and i doing. I mean we haven't even thought about it's just
We've got it just took took me to jump jump off for you to be like so now I'm managing it so high managing all of being say all of the daily talk show the Reddit that you really push for
more on the Reddit since I've left social media than you
Tommy and it's
it's good but I even yeah it's but then I've got to the fact that thing is you get a few inbox messages from people and then you like it's a little tingles feeling you know that I saw this thing that was greatest like but then if you actually stopped so in the past I've probably gone Oh, that's nice and it's a feeling something maybe ego
validation in some area, but then you go if I didn't get that would be any different. Probably not over. They've just found you through like, emailed you or done something like that instead. The most interesting thing that you did, though, was
After we talked when we walked from recording the show, was it yesterday we did the park? No. Two days ago we did the park walking in the city. Yes, yes. And when we're walking back, we're talking about like that. Just deconstructing the numbers. And I loved this morning, you went to someone's Instagram account? Yeah. And we looked at how many followers they had that 10,000 followers and their legitimate followers person would have a brand this size, no doubt their broadcaster. Yeah. Yeah, they've done quite well in their career. And I am what I did my son, and everyone else was
with Mr. 90 so sorry, I was getting serious. Mr. 97. Yeah, I love Mr. 97. The short 97. What I did was I went through a few posts, and I showed Josh, how many likes the show hosted had, and then I gave him the percentage engagement based on those lines. Yeah. And what do you reckon the percentage engagement just on someone who's got
10,000 Instagram followers and post regularly would be like just average
definitely under 10% right it was one was about say around three. Yeah three at some points. But then I was thinking about how much time and effort and sort of energy it does zap like and and I guess people who get bigger followings I start feeling like it's like I've got to fucking do something with this. I need to be posting this 10,000 people that want to be hearing from me that's what you think. But it's it's not always true. And then you look at the reality of it, but then you could go if you send 100 emails in a month, that would be more powerful. Yeah. Then 100 likes if you've reached out to Joe individually to PayPal, like, if you've got an average put it What do you reckon one? So in we've looked at it like YouTube views versus podcast listens. You kind of said. It's about the
views to our Yeah, I was crapping on making up numbers. But the idea, the idea being that the quality, the amount of effort it takes to listen to this podcast than it does to have a YouTube
video view or having someone like something on Instagram, like it's way harder. So I feel like the quality of a number like a one listener is like 10 of that of a video view or something like that, which I think makes sense. So I maybe it's just maybe building a case as to why
you don't need all of them. You don't need all the 14 I'm not saying don't have any. So when do you pull the trigger? Yeah, I just did it on a Sunday night where I was like, all right, that's it. I'll go through a lot of people. It's some sort of
Dramatic accent, but I don't think that I don't think it needs to be a dramatic accent No, you do not need a dramatic exit. I mean, so what would it be? You would? Would you just go through? Would you archive everything or your Instagram post now? Because I don't think that I don't think that's necessary. That's part of it. I mean, then you'd be thinking if someone lands on your profile, or this has person isn't posting, well, that doesn't matter. For me. I quite like the photos. I like the cut through someone and landing on my page and me being very clear about is by
Todd from social media would be more likely to click through than if I just didn't post for like this. He couldn't put the daily talk show. Yeah, I know.
You can plug the data behind me here, or did you put the email? I'm building my empire now? Josh Janssen.com. Yeah. Which I've been I've been consistent every single day for five days. Yeah, it's good. Good start.
Five days, five days. Yeah. And outside at 10. I'll say that Tony.
And I think from this podcast, user regurgitated our approach with this podcast today for your new stuff that you're doing, which is like that's exactly what we've done with our new one about building slowly, not being upset or anxious or worried about the fact that you don't have a big audience here. Because that is like, detrimental to having clear mind to execute a strategy because then it just becomes fucking reactive. And so for this, it's like, thousand episodes in if we have one new person listen each episode that's 1000 people listening five days a week. That's 5000 people listening to the show. You understand these numbers that he just said, Hey, how'd you get to the thousand? Well, yeah, no problem.
So it's basically from the start basically the if you had a fit yet if we did 1000 episodes, and we gained three, only three listeners per episode by the time
We get to Episode 1000 will have 3000 people listening every single night. Yeah. I mean, we did talk to Seth Godin about this in the heated question. Yeah, he pushed back mathematical equation on that. But he was pushing in a good way, which is like, No, you've got more people than that. Work it out this way. It's actually those people are coming back. Another way to race it is saying, if you could be assured something, and one of them is you do 1000 episodes of a podcast and what you can be assured is, each episode you post after that thousand, you'll get 1000 listens every single episode, versus here's a platform, sign up to it. Try and build something No, you could blow up. You could have hundreds of thousands and millions of people following you, but there's no certainty so think about it this way. I was on Instagram for seven years.
Right? I was on Instagram for seven years. Yeah. Let's let's do some math. So seven years, Australian same math.
Math, math and maths. Yeah. What do you what do people from New Zealand?
Me? Yeah, we adopt the America we say moles as well I do a shopping mall like waste a shopping centre. Yeah, no or endeavour.
We got a lot of pushback on Mo. Mo Yeah, you
know, so calculated. So let's think about this. So say there's 250 we do 250 episodes a year of the podcast to 50 times seven. Yep, that equals 1750. So that's like 2000 episode, let's say in eight years, that would equate to a 2000 episodes right in eight years. Yeah. If instead of doing the Instagram, I had done a daily podcast podcast, I would have at least 5000 listeners an episode.
Like, based on the math that we've seen, like very conservative numbers, that would be so easy being able to get a couple of extra listeners, but you know, doubling your audience all that. So yeah. So then
you look at how many people actually had on Instagram. And it's only had like 1700 followers, all of that work. And also like people don't follow me don't actually want to necessarily say my shit. There's probably a bunch of
you who call me. But I'm curious. You sent me an email.
YouTube video.com slash Josh Janssen. Thank you. Yeah, no, I there was a guy who deleted me on facebook back in 2010. And I didn't understand why. So I sent him an email about it. Yeah. I wouldn't do that. Yeah, I wouldn't do it now, to get him on the show at one point and double down
Do we think that the think I'll end up losing if you if you were to not know this storey like what I've said I'm retired and you just landed on my patio like, What's Josh Janssen up to? And you go into my page and you saw that retired? Would you unfollow me?
Now you being trade Don't you think that I feel like your chance of you being cold awake and there's a chance and people on following me But then again, then probably not the ones you want exactly, but it's perfect. I'm like Caliban The other thing too I really don't give a fuck because I'm not going to be posting there so you know what? going on? If you follow me right now read my blog on
my blog, actually.
Are you really going to unfollow
I can't have my business partner Follow me.
Because then people will look into that and
tell me Josh had a blow
for another two board members would be calling. Yeah, you know
conspiracy Jimmy would be on tour. We need a emergency meeting. Yeah. Big radio. The Daily talk show everyone.
I'm wrapping it up. Yeah, fat Fridays. I think we have to plan it a lot. lot more so that we don't slip into aggression because we're hungry and social anxiety because we're hungry. Well, I think that oh my god yesterday I get to tell a quick storey. Before we finish. speaking to him, he is saying that he knows a guy who needs to be he needs to be told when he's grumpy. Hey, mate, you're a bit grumpy. Have you gone to the toilet and taken a piece yet? Because I get this. He forgets that he needs the peace and gets grumpy and but every all of us may be back in touch. If he's had to tell these maids Guys, if I'm grumpy, just ask you fine. I don't know that. But someone worked it out. And so he's known as if he's grumpy probably needs to take a piece just remind him because he's probably forgot. I can relate. I think I can
I think that there are if I need a PS if I'm hungry if we're just like big babies.
Are you a little bit missing? A little bit? Yeah, when I when I get hungry, I get cranky, cranky, cranky. The Daily talk show. Talk show.com if you want to send us an email, like a tower that might be having grown for 50 bucks, please. And and yeah,
he's on board now.
But then I just thought, what if someone just send you a photo from the internet? No, because it's got to have the devil.
Yeah, not even see, I think you could just write on a piece of paper, the daily talk show. Yeah. And we
need some sort of branding. What we also do is over the last few months, at specific times, we just open up the doors for stickers where we give away a bunch of stickers and people send us their address and we send them we had one recently so if you've received those stickers we sent out like a dozen also sent
So if you have received the stickers, show us where you're putting them yet. The email address again, high fidelity talk show.com. Friday we're going to be at I think grant trailer park. Yeah. Next week. Our mate and avid listener Russ keys has already dialled in show producer, manager.
Cotman manager of food like I could imagine, maybe I'll be a full Lanka and on Josh Janssen com. I'll have for all restaurant bookings
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