- January 5, 2019
The Daily Talk Show — Thursday January 3 (Ep 253) – Josh Janssen & Tommy Jackett
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we chat about pirating films and software, Josh gets some courage telling off a stranger with Tommy, changing nappies, buying dumb shit and you can be the first member in our cult!
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Talk Show Episode 253 and I just ripped my pants. Actually Have you noticed this rip in my pants? No look at it just said you just ripped up
well I just discovered I just felt back behind like touching my pocket and then realizes behold it takes you straight through the mind.
Lucky you've got the same colored undies as your pants. Are they kind of
darker there's a navy and I'm wearing black but this is the last day I can wear these pants This is I'm dedicating this episode to my
my pants you've got huge holes in the back in fashion bro. Now but they're massive you would you buy
cotton on and so you're gonna be the catalyst to go and buy some new ones.
Well I've got a other pants okay.
I don't know if you're the jeans make
it I don't know if that's like a
rejection because I
like you like trolling me. Because from the guy that is actually worn the same thing for the last month or you just have multiples of the same I've got multiple
noticing I'm wearing actually short sleeve I normally wear long sleeve t yesterday you all on short sleeve now as long sleeve I just pull it out or outrageous. It's fucking but it's because it's they're very thin because I'm wearing the merino wool. Yeah. Okay. We're just talking about parenting.
It's not something other than most people probably experienced this with
Napster and what was the other one? Why? Why? Because
Limelight is downloading shit like a thief. Yeah,
I stopped it.
I never I haven't I've never been a part of that. Other than streaming from websites. Yeah, just that you can go to just type free, whatever movie free. Or you go to those websites? I used to I have a couple of times. But I've never been
on work he Google free. Free Juno. I will just
write free next to it. Yeah. And and so it usually just comes up. But I am a bit like there was that whole thing with what's that that movie with your Dallas Buyers Club. That was the that was the fact that one. So it was they didn't they didn't actually make a lot of money out of it. Matthew McConaughey, they signed that they were going to make money on the back end, which was I think, why the back end meaning like when it makes when it does well. It was one of the like, most highly talented films, and streamed online films because it won some huge award and was amazing. Anyway,
what year was this?
This was 20 1516. So pretty recently, 13 27th just saying a few numbers, but he might, he's gonna find it for us. But this was the one that they ended up trying to contact internet providers and have internet providers. Tell them where the who the people that have the service or that download these things. A friend of mines wife worked for a law firm that sent out the the letters
to all the people what were they said, so where they going to? Because I never knew any friends that got done. Like when we were younger? Yeah, it was a very rare occasion that someone was actually getting
sued. So yeah, I don't know anyone personally in this. I think that's the thing, right? This is why it continues to happen. Because everyone's like, I just heard it. Yeah, no one's ever been actually sued. or someone's, you know, just received a letter, they rip it up.
I saw an old article that was being spoken about on Digg nation. You know, that podcast that I used to video podcasts. I was like, 10 years ago, I was actually watching old episodes.
It doesn't exist anymore. Unknown still lives. Do you think people still actually go to it? I do. Yeah,
no, absolutely. It's, like super slow growing. Yeah, definitely not growing super nostalgic. But the thing is that it's like, the funny thing is, it's all super old news. So it's like, Apple has just released a phone.
Are they This is they did it before the first iPhone was
Yeah, they were they did mention started in 2005. Yeah. And so like, I was watching some old ones of that. And they had an article about a guy who got arrested for using someone else's Wi Fi. Interesting. And,
my Did I tell you about how to say this is wrong? I would never do this again. My friend knew how to hack Wi Fi. And so he legitimately had this. Yeah, he legitimately had this thing where he could it looked like magic tricks. When you started running these programs this conspiracy Jimmy now someone else even as conspiracy, Jimmy would have been right into all the
happenings never of us never really deceiving. Internet.
The only time I don't do the piracy thing. I haven't done it for you. It was bizarre. I was speaking to someone a few months ago, who was saying that? Like they were having issues with Premier Pro. I said I have you tried this or that? Have you tried updating? I said, and they said, No. I've got a cracked version of Premier Pro. No good. I was like, Well, how can you know how can you complain at all? annoyed me, because this person actually like makes money. They do their job using Adobe, they use Premiere Pro? Yeah, just fucking pay for it. Yeah. Do you think 100% I was I was like, it annoyed me because it was like, this is what this is the bad side of piracy. It's the people who have the money to be able to afford they're making bank. The person is probably making 100,000 a year, you know, doing what he's doing. And he can't pay the 70 bucks. I also
see I've been thinking a lot recently about in my head. I thought it was sort of lying to yourself. But then it's, it's probably more listening to yourself where the problem is. And so I for instance, we had that blog with that guy guy yesterday. Oh, yeah. wrote on my,
what was it? You wrote? You wrote my kids. I said that I got a bit of. I was calling it Dutch car. Yeah. Which was you had? You told a guy off for littering,
dude. Yeah, I'm walking towards the carpet. We were We were there as well. And you're walking behind me. My wife's next to me. And this dude just is parked there. And he just has this box. An old like box that held
the last can have in his hand. Yeah. And he threw the box into the bullshit into the bushes as I
Nah, might pick it up. So I said pick it up.
And then he just smiled. He goes Oh, yo to a lighter and the like now. And then I jumped in a good way. I said, Yeah, there's been just there. Yeah,
you jumped on it too. So it felt good. He was outnumbered.
And I mean, it was he didn't end up taking it to the being he took me to his car. Yeah, I didn't know how much. I was starting to realize I was getting too much courage because he's like he didn't. Like you're going to put in the bin or not. Yeah, I'm going to walk you over to the beach. I thought maybe I'm overstepping the mark.
And so when I when I think about someone who I think like,
he definitely tolerance.
He definitely does.
He's that God, but listening to yourself. So for example, I've just I've been thinking about how such little things can compound over time when you're doing lots of them. For instance, have you ever been to the been? And you've checked something into the beam? And let's just say for instance, the it's your own office? It's
mentioned for me? No, no, not at all. Okay, so I'm
going to use an example of you. But I'm just saying I'll just not even a dig at you. But I think you've probably done this before because I've done it. Yeah.
Fuck something in the bin, it doesn't have a bag in it.
And as you're checking it in, yeah. It's even as you've let go, you realize there's no bag. Yeah. And then you've gone fact, there's no bag in there. So you've known that there was the problem. You've known that you've contributed to the problem, which is the sheet at the bottom of the bit. Yeah. But you've then made the decision to walk away from it. Knowing that wasn't the right decision to make. It's not the worst fucking decision. You haven't heard anyone. But it's it is essentially you're not listening to. Yeah, and it's all been. And I've been thinking about this a lot. And it could even be for some, but I think there's a lot of things that could do with sort of personal hygiene or in you know, communal spaces, you go to toilet, someone pieces on the stage. Yeah. And then, you know, I saw I saw a piece on the
CEO, I saw, say, and I was thinking, What do I do? What do you do? I just left it like it. So it was on that if I will get it straight after the thing is that they hadn't gone to the effort of lifting the seat up. So they'll piecing in a small la home, and they just got it on the fucking seat on the big bit, you know, not like the little bit, but the actual seat. I was like, that's annoying. So but I didn't live to the set up and paste how you should piss. Yeah,
I will. So these things spread throughout our life. And I think if we all thought and had a filter on of like, when you do something, you put your keys back on. I just for integrating lifelock it'll pick it up later. I feel like keys. It could be keys on you at home. Okay, I feel like I have it's like you're almost battling battling your own mind. Because you like, I know they're going to go there, but I can get them later. And so I've been trying to, I don't know if it's going to help with consistency. So your one of your
words, your words. Yeah, maybe it is. But I somehow I see the danger of it when it goes into the territory of doing shit that you shouldn't be doing a line. Because you like I'm doing it because yeah, be sure to also the other thing too, is I don't want to live with guilt. Like I don't want to, but I also don't want to be driven by guilt. So it's also being like, I'm going to do the clean up this thing. I'm going to pick that up because that's my duty and I want to do it not because I'm going to feel guilty that someone else is going to have to do it. Yeah.
I mean, there's probably fees more of a driving emotion. Yeah.
It's probably less. There's probably less enjoyment or empowerment in that. Yeah. I breathe You and I are dog sitting or you words the dogs now.
You may sort of trying to have his occupation the amount of times you've dogs. So sad. Yeah, we see now friendship. Yeah,
it's been a lot hasn't it? Has
I've never dog set? Actually. No, that's not true. I had some wealthy clients when I was a personal trainer, and they gave me their house and I had the dog say, Oh, that's good. It's lovely. The kill the dog. No, no, but there was a
break came home and she's like, Ah, there's a little bit shit in the kitchen. Or whatever. Josh not bad. thing was like she should found. And so then I was I going to clean it. But like I was like doing something else. I think I was watching YouTube. But the thing was, it brought up an interesting debate, which was like, I hadn't actually seen it. Yeah. Bry did say it. She saw it. So it seems like she should be the one that cleans it up. Yeah. However, her instant reaction was you fucking sore it and you're pretending that you didn't say you're waiting for me to find it? Yeah. You see how it's a little bit? No, it's it? Does that happen with Bodie, Bodie. She sees parents pretending I'm not really honest. we own our, our infant at right. After putting on know after,
well, pretty much Cruz.
He's not a daycare today. You see, it's like an unconditional standard. It costs us 150 bucks to run Bodie. And that was just for his daycare.
And he didn't even go to explain it. Because Bry uses this headline all the time. That $150 for daycare, and bring up push back the other day where a friend said no, you get that money back now 70 he gets 75 bucks back. So it's 75. So add
to it. And then to a certain certain amount. How
much could if you were to
$300? Out of Pocket
out of pocket awake? Yeah, per week. And so that's nearly an apartment that you could just rent him. Maybe we
can have a one bedroom apartment. That's the factor
for him. Yeah, that'd be great. But then you would need some. But maybe you could even say that I could imagine a sort of a babysitting deal. Seriously, it's like, we'll give you an apartment. Right? We're
not I'm not giving away my kid now. And
we had a whole video of us giving away 32 million to you. Then you gave him back on your YouTube channel. Yeah.
But no. So barely. Yeah, we do. But what is a bit of a thing we like? The amount of nappy changing? It is just, I think it's I think it's okay, when you're doing it so much. And you are sharing it that you like, I just barely smell funny. You just seen the other end change you it's just
Yeah, it's a bit of a game. Who do you reckon does more changing?
If I'm he wasn't listening, I'd say I I am a lot more. But who's the one that fit him? And I mean, I changed a lot actually. There's something about it. It's not enjoyable, but I like sort of mastering the system of like, you know, getting it on, like getting it fast. I like I like working that shit. And I like mastering it. And so there's something where I don't mind, I don't mind doing it. I've got no aversion to doing I just pull my top over my face. If it stinks, I just do it. There is nothing and this is Lee, I know you're like no, no, I was gonna say there's nothing greater than the feeling of caring for something that needs you.
It is responsible if it's your gut, you are my child. Yeah,
hundred percent. If you're just that's one of the greatest things being a father is having the response. I take a lot of pride in having a responsibility for this little infant. It's fucking great. So that's why I can get through challenging issues.
And lots of them so quickly on that, like, what would be the cheapest? You could I think we spoke about on early early episodes will be the cheapest you'd be able to get die careful. Yeah,
which we moved him to Richmond, which is a 20 minutes away from where Richmond's a good location. Yeah, yeah, hundred and it'd be 120 bucks, 7660 bucks a day, versus 75. So the difference isn't much after the rebate. So it's 50 bodies, the actual difference between 150 hundred and 50 or 160, down to 110 to 120. Okay, Boxing Day, and then you put the rebate on.
So how do you actually make the call as a parent of like, Okay, this is worth because we're bringing an eye doing this to the moment finding an apartment, we've sort of set our goal we will like, you know, we've had places that have cost us over 600 a week. Yeah. And this time, we're like, actually, like we're planning on buying a place in the next couple of years. Let's actually see if we can go. We said under five, he awake, and then we're looking and it's like, Fuck, this place looks pretty good. And so for 40 it's like, well, should we look at going at the even cheaper? So I guess it works out like I
don't you know our apartments? Yeah, bad. Yeah, it's quite nice. For 400 bucks away,
and you're giving it to us.
I mean, you probably would you know, the guy who owns it works for invalid. Yeah. He works for invite. Yeah.
And so he said, Yeah, he Yeah, he worked for I said he worked for where you still move to who needs a developer? Yeah. Yeah.
So anyway, that's so what the way the way we justify How do
you justify the extra guys. I mean, this is where we start doing that. If we move into a cheaper daycare, and we move over this side of town, which the minimum would be for that say, for it to 500 the minimum amount that you could get an apartment around us that's an extra $80 a week and then you were lowering the cost of daycare so you're saving a bit and removing driving but you still
add up officer what you're saying like being close up, but the thing is you work here
Yeah. And so anyway, that's the justification for why we did in the first place. Okay, sure. Now the justification, him still being there is just that he's still there. He loves it. Yeah. Where is daycare? Is we chose it because it was convenient for me. Yeah, we never knew we don't know this shit. We, but I don't want to I want to live a life where I can send my son a great day. You could
say it's like, we all spend money on different things. I spend it on
coins. What a 75 with a fucking I monocle.
Well, this coin, no. So this It sounds like I'm some form of collector. It's called a hoarder. No, I actually don't have many many things. But no Bry was having a garden she said What did you spend 70 bucks on on our nj? It wasn't a splurge. I said I a coin. She was what the fuck do you mean a coin? Yeah, we were doing crypto investing into our future. And what it was was, I was I got a book called The laws of human nature, which is the by Robert Greene who wrote the that book and I think it's a 48 Laws of Power, which the 48 Laws of Power is really full on. Like, if you read it, you have to understand the context. He's not prescribing, you should do this. He's prescribed or he's showing you or communicating. This is in history. There are people have controlled people. This is
the one that's banned from the jail. Yeah.
Have you got the book? I haven't got I've got the audio book of the 48 Laws of Power. And I've got the laws of human nature. I've got here actually. Yeah, and the blue and red one. And so Ryan Holliday who wrote obstacle is the way so so
he's also a guy that is a marketing genius that has this is the
guy he's got. He wrote a book called trust me, I'm lying, marketing book, growth hacking.
Do you not think when you buy something when you
explain what happened? What happened was they were talking about death. And then so Ryan is into Ryan Holiday is interviewing Robert grain who Robert grain is the Lord's Lulu. Ryan pulls out this coin, and they're talking about death. He said, This is why you know, I always have this memento mori, or whoever the fuck he said. He said it as a reminder. I was like, What is that? It's like, you know, he said, I carry it everywhere. It's like, this is interesting. What is this thing? So I googled it. And it is this coin that is it says momento Mari and it's got some like, illustrations on it. It's like it's a big coin. How would you describe it? It's a bit looks like a novelty coin. But it's an old chocolate.
And it's 70 about it well, so it does have a cool scowl on it though. It's it's a bit dark. It's like it
a little bit Gothic maybe a bit a mo for me. Yeah, a little bit. And so so the what the translation is that's a lesson for remember death. And so I bought this because I thought it'd be cool to having my pocket as a constant reminder that I was always gonna like I'm eventually going to die. Yeah, I said this to Bray. I said, she said, why'd you buy it? I said it's Yeah, to remind me that you know, one day I'm gonna die.
So what I was laughing about is my realization that Ron holidays, an epic marketer of thing Yes. And he worked for what was it? American Apparel? Yeah,
American Apparel. He was like 30 ran the company. 2120 Fucking hell even better. 21 running marketing. That's crazy.
But so what how did he get you to do that? What like, what's the? Because I don't think I mean, you know, you buy stuff. And you you can justify everyone makes a justification for why they purchase something. But we can also buy shit that we really did not need. But we thought it was great because of the way it was. I probably don't
100% donate as Bry said, she said I could I can remind you that you're gonna fucking die. Yeah. Yeah,
free. She's gonna be free. But you have to
know the difference. But so what? Like, what was the thinking?
What was the appeal? Yeah, what was the appeal? Was it
100% it's emotional. Like, if you think about this is marketing. And what Seth talks about? It is, you know, people like us do things like this. And it's like, it is me signaling that I am someone who thinks about this stuff. And I'm like a thoughtful and. And so it's almost it's probably the same. The same person in me who wants to be the guy who reads books. I can be like, I read books. Yeah, right. It's probably the coin is a way of being like, I read books. And what I learned is in this coin,
I mean, the biggest thing for me is and I saw the size of it was you actually have to carry it. And I really like I've I've had some cash on me for the first time in a long time. I use cards and my friends. That's amazing. Coins packing slip Eddie pocket. Yeah,
it's very, so I need to work out how how to deal with it. But we were discussing on what the cost would be to actually produce the coin because it came in at $29. At $29 It's fine. Like that seems pretty reasonable. But to us, and then they have to ship it. Yeah. So it's it's sort of 70 bucks. But they were expensive. But we're looking at all the coins and it got me thinking about like different uses for coins. Yeah. Well, they said churches like so I found this site that specifically makes coins like a coin manufacturer for
Jews. Is it when he get with Ryan Holiday get? I haven't
worked out the fucking manufacturing process. I think it would kill me more because I'd be able to get a cost price on it. But Mr. 97, so it all boots boots, go morning, you just go to ollie express or eBay? La,
la Express. And
so I checked out Express. I couldn't. I couldn't see. I couldn't see one on there. However, I did say I did some more searching and found like, if we were to get 250 coins, yeah. could put about $2 70 a unit. Give them away. Is that what you say? The fee? Well, yeah, I was thinking that we were looking at merge, I think hey, mission, Andy might have to have some special gold coin today.
But it's like a special club. Yeah.
The nightclub medallions. That was huge. What was that? Well, you'd have money key ring. And so he sounds fucking Bogan. And actually think it's a better idea than the coin.
k rings in general a bargain? Yeah,
definitely. What is the point of a ring? Well,
what is they got my keys in my hand here? Is there any key ring? That's not novelty? So I guess it's a circuit like what you have? Yeah, that is literally a circuit that is the essential, quintessential key ring, which is just like a ring of metal?
Yes. And so it's it serves its purpose, to hold my case.
Anything outside of that, especially like I remember having someone I knew a lady. This was years and years ago when I was a kid. And I think I might have been one of my teachers in school. And I remember I think dad must be a parent teacher. And I don't know how it happened. But he would always comment on her keys. Because she had so many keys and he said she's gonna fuck the ignition.
Have you heard that before?
I could imagine it in all the cars. Yeah. newish cars
what's key keyless?
All the mercs just button press with some of the masters. But yeah, my thing is keeping it because I think if you're a man, maybe in pockets because you're wearing more jeans
wherever want. This is
like so. I can imagine there'll be more men buying that coin, just based on convenience. Janssen school. Absolutely. I mean, you're looking Yeah,
well, I just don't think i think it's a dumb enough purchase that I couldn't imagine. A female doing it. buying one of these buying one of Yeah, I think it was just like, it seems like a little bit. Yeah, boy. Sure. A bit like it's a bit dumb. It's okay, I'm gonna buy this little metal thing that doesn't do anything. It's like a souvenir. It is legit. 70 I've got Do you remember the coins that you get from the mint? So in the in Melbourne CBD, there's the mint. I think it's I can't remember. But it's where they used to make coins and you can still go there and ride on the corner of Spring Street. Yeah, yeah.
It's a cool old old school building.
And you could I think they've got like a vending machine set up maybe so you can get your coin that way. And it presses
it for you. So I'm in that Where does she go? What do somebody man where's it go when people buy behind it gets put in falls down a crack at home? Yeah,
where's it go? What I remember Did you get the centenary ring? Not what was that? Was is that in the 2000? Because I was still in primary school then we got a special coin Yeah. As a momento or whatever to see signify the special time Yeah, I think it's a centenary they call it like a you know of Australia are all about y2k. Yeah, but I know I just remember like, we as kids, I've still got it somewhere. But just thinking this is going to be worth so much money one day someone
probably has made a shitload of money off course I tell you where they end up. I used to hire metal detectors as a kid and did you Where the fuck do you hire a middle of the moment
Ali the must be coming from you that you don't just I don't think is it? I did
I was so keen I used to love the thought of finding shit that you couldn't see me
because you saw some kids show direction where you do it
I couldn't tell you but I used to see people around like see people the parks. You see the lot of the bait on Dr. h I've seen a guy in computer security beach quite often after a hot day you see him down there just metal detecting and we went hide one and I went to a primary school we can do this if you want because I fucking love this show do it tomorrow. Why too hot for that it's gonna be 41 degrees not metal detecting whether the reason I say about the hot day was so soft Saturday morning you go to St Kilda beach and that's because all the bargains who had bought a coin online? drop them
into the sand. And you see my mentor
get that cash back? No, but so I went to the primary school where where I went as a kid Sumit primary school. And I had my middle and I found dude on the grass.
So like underneath so many fucking halls. School. little prick actually. Would you
get old coins like coins that people like kids? Probably when their
30s now probably 50s really like old coin. Yeah,
no, I'm talking all
now I took them home. I scrub them up. Some of them old copper coins or wherever they were. Yeah, where the fuck? Yeah, exactly. I threw them through I had them then I just lost interest. But this is where they'll probably end up. Maybe we could go and bury the fucker.
We could go somewhere. We're not burying my $70 time. Absolutely not. But I'd love to take you metal detecting it's a weird thing to say. But I think we could have fun with it. Is there something we've spoken about it before on the show? Creating a like a low level own cold? Yeah, like a fun cold. The middle of detecting health. When you're talking about just like a legit Well, I'm just thinking of like, when I was in primary school. Yeah. clubs were banned. Because I was starting so many clubs. I was part of this. I was the president of the sticky club. The best part about it. didn't own a single sticker. Managing the whole thing. My my network marketing. Yeah. My girlfriend fruity. She was in the book club. Sorry, the sticky club. She have a good good selection. Yeah, she did. I mean, she was. She was exactly for the stickers. Yeah. But she she went to what is the after school program called that's okay. No, it's like one way you like extra. You do sort of extra classes to get better at things. And after school. It's not. It's like I'm going to go there on like a Saturday or whatever. It's like this. It's a company that that runs a Anyway, she would go to that Kumon Kumon. She was a comin kid. And neither one
man we saw I saw them in New York City. They're in their
international international company global. Yeah, but she was
special special needs no, no, no. Because I had read I had that shit. I had to go to know so
I did to like they worked out in like, grade four. They're like we don't we I remember mom being cold in and like yet, like Josh can't read. Yeah, may taper. And the reason was was because that every time it was my turn to raid, I would just be loud. And they'll be like, Oh my God, he's just so tricky. So articulate, and I couldn't fucking write anything. And so but truth he was very smart. And her sticker sticker book reflected that because I just remember it was all it was just in a nice, like I associate. It was always not to stereotype. But all my Asian and Indian friends. They're all they're all smart. And they had the best stationery. They all had like the what is it like the gel pen? And they would always have plastic pockets for everything.
I mean, was that why that was smart?
No. Well, I just felt like that's why I associate maybe that's why I go to office works. Yeah, I want to be that smart
mentioned the stationary the kids at school nowadays. Like it's so much cheaper. And there's so much more available. Do you think it's cheaper? More about I reckon there is more. Yeah, this cheapest, like office works and all that shit. I just had the thought that I probably have to buy this stuff. At some point because I've got a son.
I bought a pencil case. Last week recently, where
is it? I keep it at home with my book.
You've been doing a transition offline on the faculty. Yeah. We ran in to Kim. Yeah. Jason Fox who we've had on the show. Yeah, he's him and his wife this morning. Yeah, they married right. Yeah.
Yes, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
cuz she's an illustrator. Yeah. Kim lamb. Yeah.
So who's coming on the podcast? 23rd? Yes. Same time and gentlemen. Oh, actually, I don't know if you'd say an ex veterinarian. But she was a vet.
Smart as fuck yeah. She was saying that she has. She just bought like a. She was using a physical diary. Yeah, where a new that she had
a calendar that she fits 100% my school friends to the tape.
But I but as you can, yeah, you've been pushing back on to that. And that's what I was saying to you this morning about you
wouldn't let me get the calendar, because she told me you don't need that she because I spent 400 bucks on a whiteboard. Yeah. That said I saved a $16 by finding a coupon code. Yeah,
I were in such a funny space of pushing back on technology to use the old school techniques. But then
well, because we need to then sync it all we need to be on a piece of paper.
It's going to go into the computer, because you didn't email that thing to somebody. So it's Yeah,
so but maybe so you called the cold? Could we could we not say give a coin? Because I'm starting the the walking book club. Yeah. Peter Shepherd is the first cult member club members, club member of that. And so I did think initially, I'm like, gray LEDs like The Walking club. Sorry, the walking book club gray lead. Yeah. But maybe you merge. Yeah. But what is like a high end merge, that would have more club vibes that we could have as a presentation rather than because Bry was getting annoyed at me. We're not annoyed at me. But she was asking me questions around frequent flyer status because over the last like 11 years of being together, I've gone so hard on since about 2010 went really hard with virgins velocity program, and had been gold and platinum and currently platinum. And I said to Brian, my God will lose status here this year, like I'm not bothering to like work on it. And it's June, April. And she's like, well, what would it take? I'm like a wall. We could go to like Wi Fi return Wi Fi. But I was like, the thing is that if we are planning Same for one, economy is fucking fine. Just fly economy? That's the answer. That is the answer. I mean,
you have to spend money. That's the whole point, the second or the second,
but also the second answer is that if you like brain is doing the one big trip at the end of the year for a white Christmas. Say, my bro and his wife's new kid. They know, right? Yes, I'm sure I'm sure we've mentioned. I'm sure. Mom and Dad are going so it's going to be a real fantasy. It's going to be Griswold Christmas adventure. Yes.
Josh is out in the pool. It's really hot. Cindy, it's a great movie. You should watch it. Yeah.
Why is it White Christmas? Why are they in a pool in a white Christmas?
I think they I think they went somewhere called Florida. Maybe somewhere warm. They've done a bunch of those. But I can just imagine I can bet it's more the family vibe of you with the family. It being more like Christmas.
So could we do you think that we could over the next six months invest a few hundred dollars in merge. That's more significant than a sticker Yeah, that we're very selective on who we give it to? Yeah,
I like the idea of doing runs of certain things.
So could we say that like based on emails? So say can we work something out that if you send an email in January or February you will we will send you a coin a coin you still see holding the coin idea? Well no, I don't want to find something and I feel like we could probably you know like Ron holidays obviously found a real reason behind the coin. I think we could find something that sort of very representative of squeegee
out show something within what about some if someone has an idea would outsource it? If you like if you can email us thinking about something we talk about something that we don't actually know we talk about as much as we do that you think of that when you think and I know everyone's thinking geez which is a functional piece of yeah
me a nice nice gray jeans you could get
you could get you could actually get a squeegee on a keyring
oh my god little squeegee came with the guys pretty funny.
Do I have that? It's pretty funny ladies it's a good idea. 97 is there a squeegee or a key ring? I'm sure we could What do we have a custom I'm sure we'd be able to get like a rubberized yeah like you get the rubberized cut out type of thing within we could get that
hundred percent is a merge company that does custom k rings what a bad even like a metal one. That's like it looks it looks like a little piece of artwork that's
grabbing a coin
not become like a ring people we could do ring we could rings I fell in love rings I've got two rings on I'd put another ring
if there was sort of put a ring on it if there was if we did a ring or something and then we could do some specific like real bricks and mortar style deals with company inside a bit. Imagine if we will like our we've got five ring bearers of the daily talk show in San Francisco. Yeah, we've got contacted Blue Bottle
there's a little squeegee on a on a keyring for cleaning. You find that? That is
so don't tell me what I need to do.
This is amazing. That's definitely I think I squeegee sprinkler. That is perfect. We could definitely get the daily talk show on that.
Can we buy a bunch of those and actually mod them ourselves.
Like if we wanted to. We could literally I saw rum. It's like Elon Musk. Elon Musk with his
fire. Not another Flint. Not Not Not a not a flame thrower. Yeah,
it's literally like just shit off the shelf that they've bought and
it was a was a paintball gun. Mr. 97 Elon Musk's flying an air rifle, an air rifle shell and they just replaced it and built out built into flame. Whoa, that's fucking great. So we're just pulling the Elon Musk of merge and, and doing this except we're not going to make him 510 million bucks. That's what he made from selling those. Those things? Yeah.
So that's gonna be our first our first thing Yeah. Mini Mini. Mini squeegees and we'll cut it off at how many people we give it to
20s pretty good. I said I was singing 50 to start but then I was like,
let's do 2020 is a nice how do we get Should we ask people now to send us
I reckon are actually legitimately do a thought
we still do come back with data. This is the problem with this show. We we brainstorm on air and then we've come
and we just like I love hearing from people so can we just ask them to email us? And how about how about this? Or how about we do the first five wait we're giving it so we're going to give a total of 20 t squeegee k rings with the daily talk show on them. Yes, we're getting we're giving that's something I've been looking at different ones 20 in the next month we are going to get in in January we're going to give fight like we're depending on the time so for instance right now we're going to give five away and all you have to do for the five the first five people to email us hi at the daily talk show.com with key ring in the subject line and a bit of a hello and I can send us an email with your address yeah we will send you a keyring a squeegee keyring that is for the first five people but don't be surprised if no one sending it so if you hearing this A few days later you send us an email anyway
I feel like I want if you joining the club if you join the call it has to be you have to photo you have to send us an epic photo of you you keys just in your environment or your squeegee getting to work in the shower
I just mean you know actively using
or just on the phone or
hashtag I squeegee to
lot of people aren't going on if the if you've just joined us
Don't even worry about it just be a part of the
be part of this or go to a previous episode Episode 14 the daily talk show hi the daily talk show.com if you want to send us an email will say tomorrow guys tomorrow in Melbourne 41 it probably go hot hotter 42 that's like Celsius that's fucking hot guy What's that? I was like 110 hundred and five
dude always in driving from Vegas down to San San Diego and there's a bit we're getting quite close to the mix here border and you feel like you're in Mexico the radios in Mexico that you're tuning into you pulling the right domain the radio station Spanish yeah sorry I didn't make it in Mexico. What I meant by that is you're shooting down to Mexico and so yeah anyway the we pull into these little fucking this little village What is it? It's like just pulling off the off the main road into some little town. every restaurant is a Mexican drive thru restaurant it's so good I can't wait to we do this for the show. When we were there it was 125 degrees
so what's that's cry is close to 50 days away That's insane. It was outrageous. Well when we get there when we're in the us when we get when
we going Southern this Yeah. Deep South. Yeah.
Does the deep south it's gonna be good
to talk to everyone have a good one.
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