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- December 28, 2018
The Daily Talk Show — Friday December 28 (Ep 249) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, Tommy is about to head home from Sydney and Josh is already back in Melbourne. We chat about making money back from your old plastic bottles, the movie about the founding of McDonalds, how much we spend on food and should we go from Fat Fridays to Fit Fridays?!
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conversation, sometimes worth recording with Josh Janssen and Tommy jacketed
Show Episode 249 was
so close to 250. Well, wait one weekend away is what I mean. This is like the old days.
Yep. Your remote or I'm remote depending on how you look at life. Yeah,
well, I'm not. I'm not in Melbourne. I'm up in Sydney. And I'm about to, you know, in half an hour. As soon as I finished this drive back to Melbourne.
We needed to pump one one episode out. So I check it out before your
for a long road trip.
helps with the road trip. So I'm seeing and I'll show you on my screen. Because we're face Tommy. I don't know if you can see that. It's blowing out in the back. Oh, no, hang on. Wait, there we go. We're
trying mine. Now. Here we go. Can you see that?
I could say that beans, what's going you at the back of sort of a shopping center where
I'm in a car park. The back of it. It's a pub. So there's a bottle shop on this big corner in a pub. And then at the back there's this car park and when i when i go cuz every year we come up here to see me family for Christmas. And this is new. I haven't seen this, like a last year last December wasn't here. And so I've noticed in this car park. There's this. It says in in big white letters return and earned. And I saw I always say just people here and then right now there's a carload and I've been sitting here for 10 minutes has been about four carloads of people coming and you basically, you know, like a plan bottle on the back it says 10 cents, you return in an area, you know and receive 10 cents per bottle.
Because we don't have that in Victoria, do we
know? Well, when we were growing up? I'm sure you were looking at it and thinking how can I get to South Australia? Because that's where the demo is? And how can I take a shitload of bottles and make a bunch of cash? Yeah, and I used to
Yeah, I used to wonder about that whole, like, when you're a kid you really get into it, like trying to understand what's going on. Why does South Australia value these bottles? Can Yeah, you'll be able to hear a dog barking in the background. We can talk about that in a second. Yeah,
I can hear a bit of a bit of a gap. Yeah. So yeah, so the Yeah,
so I didn't know why. And I'd never I thought about once going over to South Australia to make a video to just work out what it is. But I don't need to anymore because of these these pieces. So it basically it looks like three teams know this, it looks like four eight teams in this big sort of boxing out in the back. It's like sort of looks like a container ship out the back. But the other morning I came here and I had a few bottles and I was trying to work it out. Man you literally woke up to this thing. It's got a hole that you put the bottle into and it's got a conveyor belt that sucks the bottle up and dumps it out in the back and on the little screen this digital screen it just says 10 cents and so you grab another bottle put it on this sucks it up to the back says 20 cents and so just starts building out and building out how many bottles you've put in and it's got the the the the amount of the earning coming back and I was like how the hell so I was trying to work out how do I get 10 cents does it shoot at actual legit cash and it's pretty fucking amazing. They've got you can download this app and connected to paypal and so you can get the money deposited straight into your PayPal accounts or there's a Donate button so whatever money you've earned, they donate it to charity or I don't know what they actually do with it donate it somewhere or you can
you can take a didn't press the donate button ya know
someone actually posted on Instagram someone's like you should have donated you taught us I said I panicked I had 20 cents I'd put two bottles in I had 20 cents credit and I wanted to work out I said you know take payment and it printed off a wall words 20 cents off discount so when you go so if so if you got 40 bucks worth of bottles go get 50 bucks worth of groceries get it for 10
cans it buys it says
it takes pretty much anything and I so that takes it like milk bottles it takes plastic bottles glass bottles cans
is it looking at because I saw in can't remember why been somewhere in Asia they basically had a train station where you could pay for your train ticket using that Yeah, but it actually scans the barcode of the bottle and so it knows whether it's accepted or not do you know if it was doing any of that scanning
I would be blown away if it was because you can see right and so literally it just gives you the 10 cents it comes up on the screen as soon as you put the bottle down and it sucks it up. So I don't think it is like there's been a track so it's run by the Newseum New South Wales Government and there's you know, there's sort of like the big blue recycle trucks that cruise around it's it's a part of that company clean clean why they called clean wine. And so there's like I've seen them just come and they go out the back and grab it so I don't think it's that sophisticated I think they just rewarding people for fucking doing the right thing and recycling so I cannot believe like there's a few around New South Wales cannot believe these and not free way in Australia like thinking about it there's a kid I asked the Amy step dad I asked him about and he's like yeah, there's this kid in the neighborhood who just goes around looking in beans and like collecting bottles and shit so he's just he's making bank here might be a little bit but i think it's it's so good for kids to like my so many adults don't know how to recycle
and segment it would it makes it so much easier to like separating everything out and also because it's specifically if you remove the safe it was just the donate button so if you could only select to donate I think it would still be awesome because yes separating the bottle because I always get confused with is this a recycle like especially when you start getting into plastics. I get confused with the recycling stuff. Whereas at least this is very easy the bottles cans all of that shit just goes yeah one spot
yeah so there's different so there's one side is like for the bottles so for glass and the other sides for cans plastic and Cotton's it's fucking genius. So the government must be funding this as well as that claim why business but it's so good they made they made this in Victoria because I even though you're not making we're not really making money, but I think like around here there are some people who aren't doing too well. And I think they literally getting some grocery money fucking sick. Yeah,
we didn't really talk about you driving up during our shows with Dave Allah. What was what was that experience like? So how long does it take to get from Melbourne to Sydney? How much do you stop what is it like with a two year old soccer two year old psycho
it's Yeah, we had those four of us in the car so me sister and then boating the back and then I mean on the front but we didn't lot so we drove five hours so we drove stopped maybe twice in those five hours once wants to fill out once for lunch and then once and then we got to the place where we were and then stayed overnight and then drove the rest of the way after so that makes it so much easier but it costs 100 bucks this 200 bucks this day and night so we're not doing that again today. We're driving all the way back so it'll be nine hours I think with break so it takes 12 hours I reckon just with a few breaks refueling. So what are you going to do so you driving the 12 hours old you and I'm going to share it Yeah, I'll split it up a little bit. But I dry we did this week we drove up here for a wedding on a weekend and and just did it all in one go each way. And it's full on. So it's if the thing is if you know you got you if you know you're breaking it up, it makes it feel easier. You know you're going to drive all the way back you've got no option because what's your
What is your snacks like? Because when I was growing up that was the I was just a garbage truck just eating all that and that was a way of taping me being a good boy was just a very good again another show but
return and and you want to
combine yet to fill me up every kilometer with another fan title.
It was no refunds or donate button. Not just a Winchester waste exit the whole
What was your? What is your your road trip rider? Yeah,
the thing is, we tried to make it healthy. I went bought like nuts. Two types of nuts. Can I just what else?
Was I bananas? But also did you get some jerky?
No, I should have that's a great that's a great road trip one.
Now where we get apples watch like lots of food big water bottles. And and that was it but then we ended up fucking sniffing out. But a packet of Maltese is that Amy got from from a Christmas present. So we had this huge thing and Maltese is just and then there was other things flying around. It's horrible. So you try and go healthy but then you just you bit antsy you just need some satisfaction.
So you putting in the feels like you deserve it when you're not doing any exercise. Yeah,
but then the problem is stopping along the way for food. Like there's just these shitty joints that just have roadside roadside food. What's interesting is like,
the coffee is getting better. Is it around
those spots? Are they still shit now? They're all pretty shit. But some of them are like, truck roadhouses. So, there was like, a truck section, tracking the section where there was like showers. You could you could wash your clothes, and there was a dryer in a washer.
But no, there's just it's just fucking dirty fried food. So we're gonna, we're gonna buy something because we're near like it was in cold. So we'll get some shit. Before we go.
It probably makes sense to even stop and have lunch somewhere like that could be a good stopping point. If it's 730. Now, fuck all of all of us, is like for non Australian people. I mean, it's not a household name by any means. But it's it's sort of connected to a lot of the petrol stations. Yeah,
it is. Here's a little factor speaking to someone who potentially could be working for one of the petrol stations. I heard
that it was that mean?
Well, so head office, How's this? So my friend, he said, I'm going to be I might be getting a job at Caltech. She's like a, which is fuel company in Australia. Yeah. And I was like, what, what could you be doing there? And he's a he's a bye. Yeah, it's like, what are you doing? And what do you what are you working at the pump? If you're working at one of the service station? Because he's, he works in head office? Yeah, you know, it has a big sort of supermarket chains. And, and then he told me you were actually buying back every one of their franchises around Australia. Yeah. And they doubling down on the supermarket. Like the the actual the food experience. So they own what's called the food Hurry, which are these you would have seen them before. They like white logo, sort of woody wood background, but they they're they're epic. They're like a it's like a high end. Yeah, yeah. has like I'm saying one of them's got booze connected to it. They've got like a Brewster area, they like federal court. They like a fucking high end food court. So they don't lie
They're just all they've got like a nice logo. Yeah, brand spanking new, good food, like you can buy like pre pre made salads. It's like it's sick anyway, so they're doubling down. Caltech said doubling down on that, because I probably realized that electric cars are going to sort of steal a bit of their fuel money. And over the years, but so yeah, I don't know where I was going with that. But I found that interesting that they are buying back every one of their stores.
Talking about buying every one of those stores. Have you seen are we doing merger? are we buying a company? We're buying companies up? No. Have you? Have you watched the film founder McDonald's? Yes. Yeah,
fact. Let's see.
We loved it. But it got us thinking like, should you should we feel negatively towards the non McDonald Dude, what's his name? The one that basically was the one that did all the franchising. Like basic I think where he went wrong was he was telling people that it was sort of his business when it wasn't. But brain I were trying to deconstruct like, yeah, there's some of the elements in his personality, which was really admirable, like a hard worker, but also he was a bit of an asshole. Where do you sit with it?
This is a hard thing I was.
So he said that he said what happened the main guy who should have ran all the franchise's took it upon himself like it was his business is that what so
Ray Kroc is his name and basically he was selling these multi mix milkshake mixes. So trying to get the driving diners to buy your multi mix milkshake mixes, so you could make more milkshakes at once. Anyway, he he got an order for like eight, these multi mixes and he's like, That can't be right. So he contacts these guys in San Bernardino, I think in California, and it was the McDonalds brothers and this right crops like what the fuck what this this order must be wrong. They said, Now we need them. How quickly can you get them? And this was like the introductory to fast food. So McDonald's was doing the paper like, you know, wrap the burger in paper in a paper bag with the paper cup because prior to what it was Olam when you would go and drive in you would you know, park your car and not bring out actual plates? Yeah,
on the roller but
yeah, screwed over. And so yeah,
so basically, he was really interested in it and wanted to help them franchise and over the course of I don't know how long it was 10 years or so. Just made McDonald's go massive. But in the process was telling everyone that he was sort of the founder and McDonald's the McDonalds brothers were pushing back on a lot of things. So Ray Kroc wanted to introduce powdered milk shakes, like, you know, this new way of doing milkshakes and someone showed him did a demo and he loved it, but the McDonalds guys were like, milkshakes need milk, which is probably a good one. But yeah, I was just at
the end he he facts out what happens he gets
no so at the end know at the end Ray Kroc buys out the the to mix McDonald's, guys. That's right. For $1.3 million. Ah, the fucked up biddies that part of what the McDonald's brothers wanted was a 1%. stake, or royalty, the boost in sales. And what Ray Kroc said is he's like I can't actually put that in the contract because my investors are going to have issues but we can do it as a handshake deal. And so they do it as a handshake deal. And they never say the money so as I say this out he was a piece of shit. Yeah,
what Yeah, when you when you talk about like that. It's but then you go, maybe he's the reason that businesses what it is,
well, yeah, they wouldn't have they would wouldn't have franchised. They tried to do it in a few different states. And they weren't able to get the consistency. But right sort of was a like a bowl and just went in just said like, you know, was just checking in on all the restaurants and really aggressive about it.
I think when you if you own the business, if you're those McDonald's brothers that you it totally be convinced that it would have done well anyway. But then, because you'd be trying to, like you'd be trying to justify it to yourself why this guy's like, why you should share this business with him. Yeah, I don't know. That's maybe when it's, I think that's like a partnership. It's, there's ownership from both of us within the business that gives us the ability to then go and sell. So having people work for you that adjust workers and have no ownership. It's pretty impressive. I can take my hat off to people who can work for a business and treat it like their own but no, it's not their own. yet. I'm still not being an asshole like that right blog.
The thing was that hey, hey, choke, he had a stake in it. So he was so he'd had from my understanding was that he was he owned part of it. But he had to run everything past the McDonalds brothers, but then just over time, it's just a business partnership. Yeah, exactly. But what he worked out over time was the money was in the real estate, not in the actual the operations so what what he did was he set up a separate company to lease out all of the property so basically, if you want to have a McDonald's McDonald's franchise, you had to go you had to lease off him was able to create basically a monopoly and had so much cash where you know, you put it put them in a hard spot,
man money just facts everything for so many people. Just turns show greedy. Yeah, it's so it's so like,
How much money do people need? That's what I just wonder with these things. But that's, I guess, the the personality of this guy who's just he wanted to conquer like he wanted to, you know, take it from coast to coast. It just,
it'd be a horrible business to be. Yeah, if you had someone trying like, I've had, I had a business partner that was a piece of shit. That was just taking money out and then not really sat like we weren't even making money. Like we weren't even making a shitload of money. So it's not like what sort
of business what which which business was it was stripping business. Yeah, sure. The stripping agency. Yeah. What am I missing? I mean, glamorous strip is
my quad Integra when it comes pretty sort of good have strong moral compass. Yeah,
unless it says I not
It's sad. It's like winning money. That would be the same
man talking winning money. We got it that email from wine who emailed us so this is on episode 242. We're talking about lotto winnings. And what we do, he said,
x Josh, I haven't checked that ticket yet. So if really that's well, what nine is it? What day is it? What's the date today? No,
I'm not keeping track. It's Friday today.
Yes, the 28th. So I think it was drawn last night so I could be I could be. I could have 30 million bucks in my pocket. And
also we need to discuss what we're doing with fat Fridays. But before that, wine, emailed hyper daily talk show.com and says, My aunt, one the first ever midweek lotto division one in Australia 1.92 million on her own. She gave $5,000 to each of her nieces and nephews. She was single never married. from memory. She also gave some to each of her five siblings, siblings. She then bought herself a new car, I got her old 65 Holden wagon. That was originally my grandfather's rather than getting the five K. And the house then invested the rest Unfortunately, she invested in pyramid building society, which went belly up so she ended up losing a fair whack of her money all the best way back. Why does everyone lose their money when they get it so quickly? a pyramid building society if that's
a business and you're actually investing money into
what the fuck is wrong with the mermaid?
Don't I wonder
who's got pyramid in their business name these days? Probably you know what?
Might be big in Egypt, but
I actually have no idea. I wonder if that was like a big gum. He guy so I've just googled the pyramid building society, the pyramid building society. The Junge Building Society and the country wide Building Society together made up the pharaoh group of building societies based in July, Australia. They collapsed in 1990 with debts and excessive guess how much debt the building societies had.
reckon 2,000,000,002 billion
because of the collapse to the Victoria taxpayer was estimated at over 900 million.
With about 1 million coming from winds and
days is poor. Why's it? Yeah, yeah. This would have been like, this would have been a very long time ago for her then. Yeah,
she was the first the first division one.
That was a that's like 434 million bucks back then. Like Yeah, guys, Jesus. That's painful.
I mean, what would you if you had say, if you get this lot? Oh, yeah, we're back to it. What is the Who do you get financial advice from
Scott pipe? barefoot investor? Yeah. Yeah,
absolutely. I'm lucky that I actually
made to them. So yeah,
I was just
Well, yeah, I mean, even just doing some stuff that we've been doing hearing what he's hearing some stuff that he said, like, if you invest in if you have 4 million bucks, and you put into he was talking about some accounts, that sort of like a long term investment, you can make 200 grand a year that were just coming through non stop every year. 200 grand.
Well, that sounds like with interest. Like I was speaking to someone the other day. And they, their friends bought like a really nice gift for them. And he was like, I felt bad. Because you know, she's not making that much money. But then he said are but her boyfriend's doing all right. My God, what is what is a boyfriend do? He's like, oh, he doesn't? Doesn't work. He just lives off. interest. He basically got an inheritance, Jays and he liked the interest that he gets from from that money. That's what he lives off. Oh, yeah. And then on lots of money, that compound interest you can earn? Yeah. But I mean, to me, that's not like, if you could take everything off the table. It's like you had enough cash to live off interest? Yeah, what would you? What do you think you'd be doing?
I think just do it still do what we're doing. And just try to
answer that question.
Making videos traveling overseas. Yeah, it'd be fantastic. Yeah. I mean, it's a good. I mean, this is a good thing this time of year to be. So we trying to understand how much money you think you need. I mean, no. winnings a good thing. So if you can win it even better than what I'm about to say, but just looking at your life and thinking about, right, how much What's this life that I kind of dream of? And then what's the life with reality of that loss? How much money is that? Yeah, it? It's Yeah,
we'll bring I have gone through and we know, like we do barefoot already. With all the different accounts, daily expenses, splurge fire extinguisher, smile, but yet, just once a year, we we decided we just go through and actually see like, okay, what's our cost on food? What's our cost on this? And then, because there's some shit that we don't spend any money on, and then some areas that we spend way more money than most people. So that was an interesting process. What are you blowing out on stuff? Like differently out? I didn't, I didn't know now I'm food. What do you recognize spend brain I spend a month on food
a month. So over a four week period?
1500. That's pretty good. Yeah. I mean, that's only 50 bucks for the two of us, which breaks down at 25 bucks, and that's eating out. I know. That's depending on where you live. If you don't live in a main city. That seems like an excessive amount, but being in Melbourne, and only spending that amount, I felt like was pretty good. Yeah,
that's it. That's not bad. I mean, but
yeah, I thought it would be a lot more than that. Yeah, maybe it's maybe it's just because you have one meal. And then he said, Yeah,
I was thinking about it like
that, where it's going to change a little bit. It's just waking to be cooking more at home in 2019. That's the plan anyway. But the if you think about like my lunches, I feel like I've doubted into like, if I get one of those not that I will be doing. I'm trying not to do the crispy pork rolls this year. But those crispy, crispy pork rolls from a financial like definitely not great for health. But $7 50
so it's um, it's not that expensive. Really?
Well, I think if you don't think about this stuff, it's you just bought you're buying lunch every day? Are you buying coffees, it ends up being 40 bucks a day that is yearning. And people people don't have not everyone has that money. Like it? This is the thing, right? I think for you, you guys have been able to do it because you don't have fucking for $300 a week of childcare? Yes, it's like, but you can then go continue to make these justifications. Yet, maybe this I think the people who are doing well are just the ones that are in a good place like you, you guys were you expenses aren't massive. And then you've just dialed in your spending, so then you can you end up just saving more. Whereas like, if you just don't take notice of it just get out of hand so easily.
Well, I think it's just paying for what you care about, like the fact that we don't spend money on booze. Like that's a huge one.
Well, it can be a part of your budget to actually just buy food every day, if that's what you want. If that's what you
exactly what you need. I think that's the thing like you just don't like it's one annoying thing that happened
How turned on our car started driving, we're in sort of a hot area. So driving and the massive crack just went up the windscreen? What, and just up the windscreen? Oh, no. Yeah. So we looked at insurance, we get like a replacement. I don't know what we'll have to pay out of pocket for it. But that was annoying. God
that the access won't be too,
too great. Well, they include one windscreen replacement. So I feel like with the excess really be high for something like that. It seems counter to the point of having special specifically in the policy of windscreen replacement.
Well no. Maybe they actually just give it to you. Maybe it's because you pay the price. Yeah, you know, it's like 1000 insurance or insurance.
Friday, today's Friday sorry, hang on. I'll just I just want to tell you insurance. Don't get a jet ski. I just Amy's friend's husband just bought one of these house yesterday. Show me I said you've got that into it. He says no I haven't used insurance the expensive quote I got was 8800 bucks a year to ensure it
really just by just have just the best insurance policy is just to have a brand new one in the garage.
Seriously the chief policy was 7700
fuck any a jet ski why so expensive because it because only bargains own jet skis login tax.
My must be
God it's just like that. Yeah, he got like an SS you all of those like anything that sort of sneaks up our guns in talking about bargains Wayne also sent us a email in regards to bargains he's he's brought them down to females were leisurewear or Trekkies. It's a kidnapping. I've never heard of this a kidnapping program. Do you want to keep them in premise?
Or is that a kid in the pram?
Oh, yes, it is I think.
But he he put an extra end so it's a kid in kiddie in Pran CE in one hand mobile phone in the other. That's great. A mile is a high this shirt, stuffy on a leash. Southern Cross tattoo you with an rz flag in the back window and a shitload of Bundy stickers. Yeah, definitely what he's been his Bundy. Is that like a man the big desert rum? rum. Yeah. It's fat Fridays. are you today? Yeah, it's it's meant to be tonight. I was thinking what were we going to do with with it today? But then I was thinking, now that I've really like, I went so hard during this season of just knowing that have just done that whole thing of knowing that I'm going to be looking after myself, you know, saying it 2019 but I ended up bringing it forward. I end up doing so much damage in the last few that is where I said to breathe. Let's let's start early. Let's start the what date is it today? The 28th 29th I said let's start today. Like I said this yesterday because I was just every time people like my parents gave me like a box of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. And it was just like a game of how quickly I could finish them all just like fucking Bray get some like hate. She's like watering some friends plants while they are Why? And she rocks up there and there's like Haig's chocolate so she's I fucking just say I just I just be disgusting. So anyway, yeah,
I've been a fat ass the last couple years, but I have been training. I've just been good. I did. Hundred pushups. Hundred squats. Hundred star jumps in 10 sets of 10. But I purposes just moving just like that's the difference. If you could just do something if you can move this Tommy. Yeah, and still be a fat prick. It makes you for warehouse.
And so we're walking the dog. But I think even with new Albert parks, so we're going Albert Park like it's really nice. But even then, I still think that I'm thinking too much. So my point is, is there week that we could do to fat Friday? Should we keep that Fridays? And just draw a circle around it and say we're only going to be to damage on this day or trade ourselves? Maybe because you and I doing a gym in 2019 together? Do we say use Fridays is like day as well.
Just like that What say? What's your thinking there?
Well, legs leg days because the your legs the biggest muscle? Is the other thing. You know why people do leg days during like weekend periods and stuff? Because it's like, might as well work the biggest muscle that's going to require I have the biggest metabolic impact. So then you good theory if you
it's a good theory, if you're squatting 300 kilos, are you fucking literally?
Definitely not that you. I've got I've got. I mean, you've got discs to worry about you.
Let's not go, the biggest concern I have is that you go we go to soft
look at the actually can't go hard. That's the problem. You gotta go soft to go hard is this fact up, you know, approach where it's like you gotta build it up, build it up, and then then you can just ruined yourself every session. But that's what
you're saying. But so if we do all of January and going fairly soft, would you be there? It's just
too slow. It's just slowly increasing, because I don't I think for someone who hasn't tried not talking to you, anyone going to the gym and act and doing the shit that you need to do?
Regardless of whether the problem is you just go hard and you actually just never want to go back to the gym ever in your life. That's why that's why you like to hide from God. But I think it's good. Like, I think you could just have a blowout day and try and keep those other days. Okay.
Maybe doing Friday, but maybe that's, you know, just doing we could do a session with Christ hapa
Hey guys, where he was stiff Claire Smith she's giving us
you just want to work out with all these cool people. That's your that's your job.
Now I need to maybe we could look at doing that in June when I'm up to when I've gone from soft to a bit of a harder workout. Yeah, yeah. so embarrassed. Yeah,
she should kick our ass anyway. Most of those people training I've trained with hapa he's a beast. He's Yeah, he's a he's a racehorse. Just
very racehorse vibes. Absolutely. Lane, solid.
Talk show everyone I'm off to we'll have an update on the Seth Godin, the Seth Godin book. I want to have it done by the 31st. We do to sort out the auction thing because the current bids at 500 bucks with Trevor. Yeah. And what we can do is we can show the book. It's in its entirety on on social media on Monday, and so we have a finished product it you can really see what you're what, you're what you're bidding on.
No, I like it. And we haven't even worked on what we're doing for that episode where we're doing it New Year's Eve. Yeah,
I think we should we could go to a part we could go to Albert Park like or something. Yeah. work something out. Have you got any suggestions? Yeah, just do it like lunchtime. Maybe? Do you think
why from the bug and walk away from the
jerkiness? Bogan to the park like
you? Definitely. Really? Yeah, because it's hard to get to. The thing is unless you leave me there so they've got all the locals that live near it, but anyone else who comes to it,
but if we're doing it like midnight if we're not doing it at like the time if we're not doing it in the evening, and we're doing it during the day. Yeah, many Buggins.
Parks are in this nice box together at the What about the Botanical Gardens in my library, but that will go somewhere really nice. Have a nice picnic.
Talk to everyone. You're off. You're off to drive 12 hours. enjoy that. Yeah, good. Hit the Ryan. Hi at the daily talk show.com if you want to send us an email, if you want to even put in a silent bead height, the daily talk show.com for the Seth Godin book and the current prices at 500 bucks. What you'll be getting is the entire book. This is marketing rewritten by me in my handwriting. It's a it's a huge offer. TJ
Oh yeah. And the money goes to charity. So yeah, exactly. It's not going to be fueling Josh Reese's Pieces addiction
that he currently has
today. Let's hope show everyone have a good one. See you guys.