#235 – Chips, Pizza & Fruit/
- December 10, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Monday December 10 (Ep 235) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, Josh has come in to work sick, Tommy expresses his love for gymnastics, cancelling the Victoria’s Secret Show party, nectarines are back in season and an update on the This Is Marketing handwritten book.
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worth recording with Josh Janssen and Tommy jackets daily Talk Show Episode 235 back from the
couple of days off Monday, otherwise known as the weekend. What's going on? Where are we? What time is it? It's
2:30pm here in Melbourne. Yeah, in Collingwood beautiful day on the top of 21 degrees. Don't know about any other place in the world. haven't looked at that now. That's okay. Yeah,
how's your weekend? Was it was pretty uneventful. I was sick. Yeah, isn't that and I
think that you get to the weekend and then you sick
because the problem is that my default is at first I love being sick.
All right, my you're sick.
The reason I love being sick is because it's like he's an excuse. Like on Friday I canceled everything that we everything for Saturday.
OK, cancel the business and steal the podcast
and I said Bry Bry we had a the our nieces I always don't know what to say. I think brain I need to get married just to make all that shit easier, much easier,
along with a few other reasons why I could
potentially get married but Bry my nice. Yeah. Nice. Yeah. She was turning five. Okay, unicorn party. And so I'd initially on Friday adds it to break can go to that. And we had a Victoria's Secret night on Saturday night. Just close the girl
because she did the girls and big six foot three jockey boy. Yeah. A lot of pink cupcakes. Yeah,
definitely. The girls writing cupcakes,
my friend. So
we've done that for the last couple of years where we where we watch the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Yeah. And so we can sort so Bry had messaged her friend said, Hey, Josh isn't feeling well. And they had other stuff. So it was it all sort of worked out?
Well, you. You fall apart when you when you seek as much as you love it. Maybe you love it, because it's the time that you can fall apart.
I just have no impulse control. Yeah, I know. And
I get it. I feel that it's like when you're a bit hot. Your body's like, hot. You just feel like you just want to lie down. shut everything out. I'm you in New York. But yeah, to keep fucking going. Yeah, that is that is the problem when it's like you've got no option but to keep going. It's so hard. Amy is currently she just called me she's walking to our workplace right now because she's been sent home from work second week of work. Second way to work. It's a no sorry. Yeah. into the third way. It's only 10 days of actual work. And she's at the go home and the 11th. So she didn't want to stay home. She's thinking I get to be here. Yeah, but it isn't interested in working for yourself as a completely different. you've either got to do it. Like during this podcast. Yeah. You hear me vomiting in one episode, because I was so sick in bed with this stomach flu. And I had to be editing that day because I had deadlines. I was like, Oh, it was hell. But what's the deal? Should you like do you think you should even come to work? Well,
I said, so we had to be up at five in the morning. Yeah, very strict. gym routine a 45 routine. Yeah. And and when I woke up, Ray said, Why don't you take the day off? And I thought about it. The reason that I didn't was the podcast. True.
We would have had to do it anyway. Yeah.
And so I was happy. It was a good reason. I was like, Oh, that's good that I've actually built some sort of collecting. you're managing the Edit today. Yes. So I don't have to be editing it's very sort of administrative have to worry about that. What I'm just getting it because
so we've got in our office here in in Collingwood. We've got a box and on the box it says the ship has sailed and it's all questions relating to business partners. Yes. And I've just got one that I want to write down okay so so taking taking Sick Day taking sick
days yeah gronk is really struggling and
taking shape dies business partnership we haven't spoken about that. Yeah. And it's a it's a weird I haven't even thought that we needed to I mean I'm I'm worried that I've got into business with a guy that just says I love being sick. Well I
was I've liked the idea of being sick because I it gave me permission to chill out. The problem was that it I ended up doing things on the weekend then I considered chilling out in a previous life. And it just like for instance, we got like it was the one time that I could say to break let's not go out for dinner Can we just get pizza he and Bry was like well there's no good places that will deliver in rivals so she she ended up going out and getting pizza she drive together to drive together and they also do hot chips. So she had we had hot chips and pizza hot chips
and pizza weed combo. It's gronk we actually had that its first actually first time I had that was with you. It is that's a real Bogan meal. Pizza I get that remember we were in Sydney at that nice restaurant where we got the meter long pizzas yeah and I and it's my goal to just have a bit of a side salad because you going it's naughty the pizza is naughty in itself so side salad just to sort of alkaline yeah the inside but you went you like now let's just get the hot chips okay
well but I'm really blows it out. Yeah,
but I then felt should house but I thought it was cool. She did. So I realized I might not know more. So I was fasting on Sunday. and ended up just having some fruit. Yeah, but geez nectarines and they delicious. Oh wow.
I love one combo today. Don't you guys? Do you like nectarines? nectarines
a good they're in season? Okay, they're in season and
heavy food chat. They said I was
talking to Derek and I said
well you run it just brought that up. Yeah, I said Matt How good is fruit?
That I've I've always been a bit against for any psychic that don't get into fruit don't like Okay, why he said will make you fat. Is that really true though? And he brought up an interesting point. He said what is the work of the fruit shop?
Okay. And he said imagine Derek. Such a personality. Yeah, quickie manufacturing guys.
Manga Manga, manga, manga, manga mangoes they go on the go and go and go and go manga right voicera bit of that sort of up. But he said he put on a lot of white.
Okay, I'm sure there could have been other things at the time that
I might what else were you waiting? He's like now
it's good. You said fruit so if I could probably Yeah, I don't think for I think I don't Yeah, I don't think someone's just fully lean as a with it in every other meal that they have. They just you know, watching their cows look in the ratios and then blows out and fruit I'd be so pissed if the reason I was fat was because I had 200% not it's refined sugar is the killer
so we normally sort of download victoria secret came back to Victoria Secret. And we watch it like on a torrent or whatever. Yeah, to download it. And it was going to be my job to download it anyway. Because it was all cancelled, didn't have to worry about it. But as brain I were sitting to relax and we had got cookies and cream ice cream just to submit the factory. And we saw 2018 Victoria's Secret was on Fox How was on the end so with Bray was straightaway into the Facebook Messenger telling all the girls like are we've actually, we actually picked the day that was going to be on and I press record and we're going to watch it. And we start watching it as like the fact like this is they just seem like the super young what the girl
Yeah, yeah, of course they're
no better. It turns out that what we could we couldn't say the whole thing on the TV Guide. It was the Victorian school spectacular.
What and what were
they wearing that will they'll just wearing like, like, outfit?
Or whatever musical theatre is,
but it was just funny because I was we were primed to Victoria Secret and then we ended up with the Victorian school spectacular. Did your school do Victorians?
Anything that required my interest? Yeah. Because I wasn't interested in anything that school had to offer. Maybe I remember the private schools did this thing at Dallas Brooks theater is like this big concert hall. They just bought. They bought the fuck out. I just remember having go there and sit in the seat. I wish I was sick at that point.
I wish I could afford to see what did what extracurricular stuff did you do? Or does that mean? Like
outside of school hours? Yeah. Nothing that they nothing that I didn't have to do. So the sport so we had to do Saturday sport which was a that's a private school thing. It private school sports. Saturday is private school. Saturday sports. had to do volleyball Mama, why said I'd be a rower. Yeah,
I don't know about that. Lynn. Well, you
know, it's actually so you. You getting right into the rowboat in Central Park.
I think actually I'm an okay rower. Yeah,
well, you've got a frame Ferrari. I don't know if you've got the back to withstand the the factory that is
rowing. Like that all sort of like I was sore. I fly back the day after in New York after. Yeah, it was just your rowboat was a tiny little So what was the sport that you said that volleyball 40 anything?
I would was no, not beach volleyball. It was indoor, hardcourt. It was wack. It was so nice. But I mean, that's what I've been thinking a lot about that stuff. With Bodie. Like the amount of shit you have to get the kids into, through school musical instrument, musical instrument. I did that stuff, but nothing that wasn't forced down my throat. That's the problem. Then what kind of what would have there been outside of? Oh, sorry. One thing I did do that I didn't have to do was gymnastics. And it was See there was like in Grand trampoline foam pits, rings hanging from the ceiling. We learned how to do backflips, you know, running round off backflips. And we had these Russian gym teacher surge. He had one finger missing. And he used to do this thing where he had to hold these hands probably illegal you definitely get down for assault ladies died. He His hands were so strong. He was an ex Russian gymnast's like, elite level. And he'd hold his hand against your forehead. So he's I just so if you sprawl out your hand, see all your fingers a straight, yeah, put it on to your forehead, and then pull back one of your fingers and let go of it. So slap you in the forehead. But he hates do that you do that he's at GM and we don't like oh again, sir. Do it to Tommy. Anybody Okay, and then put in my head. Police. But he had one thing missing. And the
I don't understand this thing.
It's hardly not hit this is this a separate story talk to him flicking us. But he used to have he had a finger missing. And he used to tell her Oh, he told somebody which then it spread. And now and asked him about it. He said that he got bitten off in the circus in Russia by a bear.
Maybe? I don't know.
I think it's a good trial though. I was I was into the extra curricular stuff. Obviously. What though? Everything we're debating and stuff. But also I was 40 table basketball. Did soccer for a tiny only a very short period of time. But also drama. Helen O'Grady drama school. Oh yeah. But I used to just think that it was all been amateur for what I was into.
What you held yourself at a higher standard. Yeah.
Like I was expecting to be doing things that actors would say like, let's
play these fucking dumb dimes race Mitchell, who we've had on this podcast lives in LA. He's actually back I think this week. We're at a wedding together directly, most weekend. I don't know how long he's in town. But he's a best man at the wedding. I'm going to on this coming weekend. And he was a kid that did mean him did gymnastics together. But he did drama. And he's done it he did it from reckon the age of six. I mean, he's dead was on the fruit for quite a famous actor will grow also
fat in character. So make fruit fat. Yeah,
it's all fat fruit shop owner. That's the I mean, I don't think it was from the fruit that he had the it is definitely not from the fruit. Definitely.
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here's the thing. If you've got fat from fruit, you'd have to get fat from only eating fruit. So your diet doesn't consist of anything else other than fruit. That's the only true way to know if you're going to get fat from it. Because here's the thing you could get so if you're eating say pastor, yeah, but before you ate a whole bunch of fucking fruit, like a high high fructose. Really sweet fruit that just shut your insulin levels through the roof. And then you're eating pastor so you just it's just it's factory?
I don't know. But yeah, yeah, I think that there's I feel like I need to just be okay with fruit especially in summer just a bit of fiber
it's hard talking to you dude. How many I hate talking to you about food and diet because you you are like Mount Everest fucking you go way up and then you go down go down the other side then you get low and then you get to go way up so probably on the damn night when it comes to anyone This is my probably one of my biggest pet peeves of people who fast or use the the fasting conspiracy john fast. Yeah, I would say Jimmy, here we go.
He doesn't have the best of diets. Really? You don't think
so? Like, I didn't see I had the same meeting. And then when we are eating it's on the weekends. But so I know he doesn't prep a lot of these food. So then it's like it's an easy out for someone who then has to go I fast so you just can't be fact cooking and prepping food and other times. But my problem with the fast is that a lot of them a lot of them I think it's on the back of eating like a piece of shit for a few days. And then you fasting all right pretty bad the yesterday so now fast. And so what it might my worry with it is that it's it's paper fasting is connected to people who are very up and down with how they ate and and their actual habits. Remember how the other week you had a breakdown? You might I'm fucking new may have had a bad weekend. It's like it's very up and down. Yeah,
I think that's pretty common every Monday. Yeah,
but I don't think it's it. I don't think it's success. I don't think that's
not it's not about but I think the idea that life is this one stable constant. I think for me, diet plays into all these other things which are if you if you use food as a as a way to medication. So if you're not feeling well, or if you've had a bad day, you just bored whatever it is the only reason you ate whatever reason it means that it's not about the food, never think to do about where you're at and for me not being like currently having to be at mom and dad's while we find a place and also like not having the consistency not being able to like the pushback that I had a few weeks ago was because I was like, I was like, I must sit here. I was feeling like I was eating nachos. I didn't even feel like eating nachos. But
it's a consistent fad diet. It's an out of having a bad diet very, it the consistent thing is the bad diet and the and the fasting. So I just think there's a middle ground of going finding some sort. It's hard because
it's a mental thing. That's why I think the fruit thing, that's why I don't give pushback on fruit. I don't think that that's going to be the problem. But it wasn't all smooth sailing on the weekend because I obviously had my commitments to writing the book
is you have set out to hand write the whole Seth Godin, this is marketing, but it's it's no small feat. And it probably needs fruit to help you get through. Yeah.
Don't push back on the fruit. I've actually it's difficult to eat. It's difficult to eat. Wow. Writing, because I don't want to get the pages messy.
True. I mean, yeah, we can say how to riders do it. Yeah, so maybe you just don't know how long you riding for bro. You can't you take it?
Right. Yeah, I did three hours on the weekend.
Okay, so that's a fair bit of time.
But definitely, I could have stepped away. So fasting
and writing doing what you're doing. They go hand in hand, because you need solid amount of time. But I was trying to work out what to,
to print to write on the type of paper.
And have you worked it out? Yeah.
So Bry went to because I was seeing pregnant toes you Is she because I was saying that you could come to work today. Oh, barely RMB here. I know. But Bry was just a Doncaster. There's this new place where I got my fancy pencil and sharpener. It's like a paper shop. It's not It looks like a stationary shop. Anyway, Bry. I asked if Bruce would go into there. But they had 100 pages for 25 bucks. But there was no lines. And pretty expensive, isn't it? Yeah, it's for sort of premium paper because I thought if I'm going to write all you know, and this is going to be something that's going to be auctioned off, and it'll be high quality. Anyway. Bry said, You're not gonna believe what the girl said. But your mom was there so she can back me up. She said, to get the paper from office works. Yeah, that'd be the cheapest. But my pushback is not Primo enough. It's that I decided to give it a go anyway. So on Sunday, we went to office work you did or Bry and I both together? Because you need to confer Yeah, I wasn't absolutely couldn't leave it to one person might be there. Yeah. And so looking at different paper options, Becca? issue, the main issues were around lines. couldn't find anything. above an 80. Gs m. with lines. Yes. Right. So you wanted it to be thicker, I wanted it to be over 100 gs M. Alright. So what so what I was looking at is potentially getting those sort of, there's like inserts that you can get, like loose paper that you then can sort of get bound. Yeah, I didn't have many options only had these one. I can't remember the exact brand, you'll have to excuse me for that. But the veil was lined it was the HCG SM it was just too thin. So what I've ended up doing is I've ended up having to go 120 gs M with a playing paper. And I then bought a roller to be able to roll margins. So I make sure I leave enough room for when it is bound. So you've you've made it harder for yourself? Well, yeah, I just have to rule each time each day. I guess it's not hard. If you're already got the pen in your hand, while I was in Egypt wife, she's a great lead, because we could eventually if we wanted to run out the margins of Jesus, that the thing that I was getting into was whether I need to draw lines.
No, okay, good.
It's the dude who wants to start making videos but won't start until he has the red and the brand new MacBook Pro with the latest software
so I can get you started. So I've started I can actually show you how it's looking if you like, right? Well, I can tell me what you can tell me what you think. So I've done all hang on,
there's no lines. That's what I'm saying. You're off your face. I thought you just said you had to rule the margin. Yeah, so that's the margin there. I got the margin. There's no lines, you're at a control. So what do we think? Oh, I can't wait to see just as it gets to the end how pull? The lines are gonna be.
But do you think it's pretty good so far? I'm
impressed. So this is three hours worth of work over the weekend.
Okay. Imagine if we spend this time on these days.
Now, I think it's, this is almost like meditation. So that's what I've taught.
You went a bit. Unless that's italic. Is that meant to be italic?
But I just thought that the back end is to be fair, that's at the two hours and 15 minute mark. So the
reason why that one is a little bit bigger, because that was the final bitch of chapter one. I had a little bit more room to be able to, to move on. That makes sense. That makes sense. But we've had, it doesn't look like it. You've turned it from Normal to I tell you what to do deal with the auction. Okay, so
if you just I'm just trying to work out what the fact that we're on about. So our Brainiac over here had the idea that he would hand write Jeff Gordon's book. It's since had someone put in a bid. And they said, I'll pay 100 bucks. If Josh donates the money to charity. Yeah. Which is pretty good. So a few bids in. We got one yesterday from Ben is, and he's, he's followed the instructions, put bid as a subject and then put his number. He said hundred and $70 extra $20. If you throw in the front cover Kaledin by a child, or someone that acts like a child,
which would be huge, I mean from a good trial.
But here's the problem that we face it. So it was 100 bucks.
That was the first offer.
But then on Friday, we announced
Trevor's know we you know, then the second bid was derek derek, hundred and 50 bucks. Third bid at 500 bucks from Trevor long
that he is a real bowler coming in with that. And then obviously not
up to date with the podcast. That's an old broadcast money for. So been S has come in with 170. Yes, unfortunately, it's it's the equivalent of someone at an auction saying, Okay, we got one point for anything else.
I'll give you a million. No, that's not fair. He was like to the to the auction. I hadn't thought about this minimum viable product. We've kind of just started speaking about it. How do we how do we fix this? How do we create some kind of landing page?
I don't want to give you more the way you're saying it is how
would we How would How would you? How would you create some kind of tally
Surely we can do that? can
maybe someone who has that sort of skill. Hi, the daily talk show.com. So these these are this is what we know so far. I emailed Seth Godin. And I told him what I was doing. Hey, wrote back and said that's incredible. What a neat idea, but painful can't wait to see how it goes. Yeah. Which is the perfect bit of fuel because can't wait to see how it goes. It doesn't believe it's going to happen. And so that's that's part of the inspiration. But so we've got permission from Seth, which is pretty big. December 31 is at 200 and 50th episode of The Daily talk show.
And so you reckon that's when you'll have it done? That's when it'll be done. Yeah.
So I've actually mapped it out in, in regards from a timing point of view. And I will have the final book already bound, the hard thing is going to find some way that will be open to bind the
book. Yeah. So here's the thing. It'll probably be it will be office works. Yeah,
I'll have to go to office work. But you know, what the manage the whole chain? Yeah, I'll deal with it. So on the 31st of December will be when the the auction will be finished to the beating closes. Obviously that day, that that episode. I mean, people, this will be interesting to see what we can get it to do you know, so I reckon it will probably be about 200 pages. What I end up right, like so. There's like 200 and something pages in the book. But I'm writing on both sides. Look at look at this here. See that paper there? That stack of paper here? Wow, that is 200 pages sheet. Yeah, it's 120 gs m, this is a high quality product. And I'm standing by it and so I just wanted to show you that just to give you a sense of how much of a task it is. Yeah.
Alright man, I've it's even more of a task that you did. You haven't got lined paper,
but it will look better. It looks much better. So you think it's a
from an annoyance factor. It's really high net? Yeah. But if you're going to do it, you might as well do it. Well.
If you haven't bought anything at an auction before never.
I've never had I feel like it's certainly you need a bit of spare money. Yeah, I've never had spare money just that I'll drop that randomly drop 500 bucks. Trevor long money. Call me Trevor. Trevor. The trip then did write to me and asked me if I would take after pie.
But I do the one I think I've told you the story. I haven't haven't been an auction I don't think but I have bought a piece of artwork at my house and my old house our member I'd been just paid cash for a job which is very rare like we never get paid. Yeah, but back then I remember I had like, it's like over 1000 bucks or whatever in cash. I was just like wrapped. Anyway, student international student knocked at the door and he had paintings. And so I ended up dropping 100 bucks on a painting but I just thought I was the biggest bowler
in the burbs and international student and rocks up to your front door.
We were in this we used to live in an area called lyst a field South which was sort of this it was called the I forgot what the state was called the secret hideaway or some some bullshit but it was sort of like the fancy suburb like it was common for the houses to be worth over a million bucks we had sort of the Paavo house still nice but one story versus like people having these massive driveways and you know big theater rooms
do you say that at the end of the call it was like vacant like it was like a big paddock
yeah there wasn't the National Park went straight on to Churchill Park have they had to that not yet national park but I can't that's a good spot Yeah. And so it was no but it was right around sort of bush land and stuff because we would have to the country fire authority every year would come and sort of explain about my what to do in case of a fire so it was it was pretty rural in that
so Then why the hell was an international student cruising down your he's found the most expensive looking houses and thought I'm going to try and sell my artwork Yeah, was it his so he drew these old
painted he had like maybe 10 in this almost like remember be w when you buy a poster and you I never actually bought one but I just remember flicking through them the plastic that whole posters the movie shops used to have them too yeah so the yeah the old movie trailer posters talking about that Smith straight
off that we the experience we had we walking past a shop that obviously it just it was vacant and then there was a pop up video easy store which is like a blockbuster
for people playing outside of school which no one even has DVD players. I mean I've got a hate to David days are just hanging around. Do you ever have a player? No no, not at all and not one that's yours is probably you know, mom and dad have this is one thing about I don't know if it's an age thing a generation thing just quickly so the guy had posted like those types of poster type holder things so you could flick through them and it was on canvas and I ended up having to spend an extra hundred bucks to get it right the canvas wrapped not by him but my name is
actually kicking himself Yeah. Hundred by he's just got cash. Yeah, hundred and 40 before tax. Yeah, once before after tax after tax you get less. So he's knocking I give him 110,000 job and if we didn't declare it, you'd be like we just made soda in the box, whatever the tax writings. Anyway, he's kicking himself doing the numbers. very vague numbers. Yeah, but he's earned more than 100 bucks because he just got cast
So my point is haven't done options but have sort of been a bowler and just done what would be considered the type of thing an auction person would do which is just sort of I felt like I was back in big deal.
So you offered him 100 bucks
now i'm sure i think i asked how much he said 100 and I said okay, and I went out and got like the grain watermelon or whatever you call it definitely is a grain watermelon watermelon is that way total underdogs in Australia always raise it will come as 109 grain grain, pineapple apple and then pineapples and 50 are no pineapple. Did I not say watermelon green? Green watermelon? Yeah,
the water I haven't caught a water and watermelon because it's raid
know what a mountain because green?
I would say watermelon the color of watermelon is red is like more closer to red. Have you ever seen a watermelon? Yeah, I've seen this outside. But what color if you would if I was wearing a T shirt of that was watermelon? What color would it be? Yeah,
I've heard you wouldn't go over great.
But so you gave a hand up? Yeah. handicaps Yeah.
So the going back to the VCR thing DVDs. Mom and Dad I don't know if this is generational. They have so much shoot just so much stuff. And not only that I get a rise out of dad every time I mentioned about me throwing out stuff it says your parents the same or your parents minimal that's got no they do have a bunch of stuff.
A lot of it's ours from when we're young. It's hard What do we what are they going to do with it maybe three kids is fucking hard you acumen we've got a lot of shit we've got one baby
daddy gave me a bottle a shoe box with about 1000 CDs some of them may name some of them not
CDs Tommy of these problems
because they're all my old ship and half of them is like when I would download from Napster and burn to a CD. So that's going to show you gotta throw them out and it's all mixed up with like potential gold as well what's classified gold like video is that I made when I was a kid embrace like let's check it out. And I'm like
possible gold here's the thing is it actually robbed your time like having more stuff? Because you have to spend time if you are connected if you are attached to
you have to spend hours would you You said you talking to Scott Pape investor you just you said to Mr. You're You're an overnight minimalist.
Well, you're really slightly insulting he's house burned down the fires.
But it would it What I mean by that is you've got nothing. You've got everything one day, nothing the next it's the equivalent of like the feeling I get when I feel sick. You know how saying I feel there's something really freeing about being sick because you can just be like, I'm not doing anything. I just sort of ate pizza and lay down.
And if there's not chips there, you're unhappy. Yeah,
let's be hot and the two so the first thing I did, what's the biggest difference? I didn't even think about this. When I was a kid my biggest concern in life was any fast food place that would use plastic bags and put them hot chips in a box. Okay, so yeah,
I'd thought I've thought about it a bit that it probably wasn't my main concern.
It wasn't definitely wasn't one of my biggest concerns like a classic Janssen move would be if we want to check out chicken it's like fucking get them it was almost a passive aggressive move. Don't hand us the bag. Yeah, would tear the bag like as if we're trying to give resuscitation to the chips? Go get the mouse straight, it like getting them out of there. Because they'll get real soggy and discuss funny, so that's fine but so your parents aren't too bad with the cape
stuff it's probably mine I could probably take some stuff off them. But they've done a few moves so like when your parents move there you'll have to throw stuff because
they're planning on moving Yeah, they're all saying they're planning on downsizing potentially to an apartment yeah and then having it Oh no, they're having another house Yeah, well that was that say that will have more shit two places to enter here There were listening on the radio man was like are this apparently some I don't know if it's called a sunrise call Claus sunrise called the sunrise or sunset clause, basically, that put some money on a piece of land that they're going to eventually move in. And apparently the land is going up in value significantly. However, man was saying she was listening on the AWS on AWS they'll saying that they can actually they can be a clause in there that they can end up charging you more if it's worth more tax, not land tasks. Like if you've just put in the put, you know, eight grand deposit or whatever. The developers of the land can actually say, guys, I know we said it was this amount but we can't charge Yeah, that's no good. I haven't heard that. Yeah, I was always interesting dad was there with these contract last night for going through it? Yeah.
And he could no idea that's what they hoping that you can find know that you don't bring it up again. It's a bit dodgy
but there's there's something in my parents I think I'm pretty good at saying get your shit out. Like the like I'm not holding on to things anymore. Was that your dad saying you should have by handing your box full of mom's mom is more likely to do it like I he saying to Dad, you got to get James to either keep that stuff or we'll check it out.
Moms are very sentimental. There's there is not a great deal of stuff at your mom's house. When I went there. I didn't feel like there was a
I feel like there is a lot of shit and I've got a whole
garage that we're dad's building is Willie's era, we're car and stuff and garage you have if
you have own a garage, that's what it's for storage. That's the problem and you need to stop find stuff
Whenever anyone says oh, we need more space. I've said that. I mean, I've said that a few times. We want we need more space. You need less. We'll find more stuff at
probably more space. That's the thing because brains like she wants to find this next place that we have. She wants to find somewhere with more storage for what but this is my thing. Like she said that we didn't have enough storage last time. But I'm worried that the same thing that happened with her carrying it leaders vs 55. On your trip.
Your place last time that storage was huge. We've got a smaller apartment. Yes. Three of us in there. Well, we
had the cage downstairs. Yeah,
we go in and we didn't want to put anything in it though. Because it was Abbotsford North if I can get broken angellist would
you go and steal shit. So you could have padlock the shit out of it?
We did. We actually got twice. Yeah, I'll go so we wouldn't put in anything that's important.
No, but then what do you want to what do you
want? storage is? I don't know. That's the thing. Like, I love I've really gotten into just having my boy. Yeah. And that's about it. Like I think there's not that much many other things that I have. I've got so many dumb gadgets. Like I've got the Garmin watch. Yeah, you've been going through stuff today at the office,
we do have a lot of stuff that we could sell. Yeah, it's then it's hard because you would have this is the thing living in a house. I remember the garage sale days,
I used to put on a garage sale. I would buy more shit though, then because what would end up happening is it would be a joint thing. I remember my auntie brought brought stuff along. And she had this wooden sculpture that had these like reflective eyes. I'll send you a photo. Yeah, I was obsessed on. So I bought it. And that, that I think is pretty common practice Amai, which is whenever we would have a garage sale, I've managed to find bullshit things to them by more sheer by motion. So
let's recap. So we need to work out how we can keep track of beads coming through for the book. Yeah, that's, that's that's I mean your priorities writing the thing.
Are you impressed? Are you impressed that I'm doing it?
I'm impressed that it's actually requiring a lot more effort now from me. I'm glad that you actually got the paper I thought that story was going to end with I haven't got the fat pipe yet.
I haven't started Bray was I think she laughed. She doesn't laugh at me very much. But she laughed because it was just like how ridiculous like how serious I was taking Oh, yeah, I was a bit pissed off with the office work sky because I think he was a bit dismissive of my inquiries about like, I was saying, could you bound This is like, Yeah, absolutely. Mikey Sure. Like what type of binding like how's it gonna work. So what I am going to do though, is whoever wins that they get the official one that was written, I'm going to photocopy it as well and maybe send it to Seth Godin. So imagine if you in the photocopy stage had all the documents go out of of order Well, it's trying to work out whether I number it so this is one other interesting fact about the the writing process it's not one for one page wise so I started off doing that but I can actually fit more onto a page and Seth can okay because he's obviously it's a small it's a small size book. Yeah, it's a small so I decided to not do it one for one so I'll find appropriate points to switch so the page you know started the subheading, the chapter
so maybe don't number because then you'll have to Oh yeah,
what am I going to
each page that you're on yet and I might just keep it simple don't add more boundaries that are already there already. So this guy got me more days.
So I think it will want so it's the content
today tense tonight so there's 1321 more days and then it has to be done and there's 23 chapters and how many doing three hours.
I did the author's note and chapter one
okay. So you can almost get two chapters
again My back was
good this is out of work out so we're not pulling her work is combo against the company. This is a little doesn't pull a sick day volunteer breaks his background,
writing a book will you can literally say you've almost broken you back writing books true. Or the funny thing is Bry did say to the paper lady in Doncaster, she said are my boyfriend's writing a book? Yes, yes, of course he is. I mean, it's very true. Yeah, you are writing a book. I'm rewriting a book. It's a habit. She said it was too hard to explain. I get it. I the daily talk show.com if you've got a solution for how we can keep track of beads keep track of beads, but also I think we should start actively going out and selling it as well. So I think we should be reaching out to people who we think would be interested. Yeah. To try and get the I think we could get 1000 bucks. You want a little infomercial? Yeah,
you need a book. I've got the book in a great Christmas present on it's not done by Christmas. You New Year's resolution is your goal to read more books. This is one that your money will go to charity.
Exactly. I liked it. The one of a little technical thing. Not sure if we get Seth to suggest the charity. It might not be an Australian authorized charity or whatever it's called. So the only concern I have is that for Australians if they're wanting it to be tax deductible that so we'll have to speak will have to work
till the big man that we named this selected Australian charity. We could World Vision there Australia and everywhere else if that's what he went. There's some big ones that are
that it will be that what like I like the sort of what is it called the N word can? Yeah, Pencils of Promise. Now there's the one the silver haired dude.
Silver head Dude, what's his name?
It's not in Australia. We've got thank you water. Okay, so what's the whales of something? Yeah, what's the what's the one in the US that's really big. I don't know people use it for birthdays if you can give someone a Yeah, you'd like you. I don't want to present guys. I just want you to give water fat what is that cold? I don't know.
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