#278 – Tradie Dick/
- February 7, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
When to tell people it won’t work
Remembering people’s names
Circumcisions in 2019
Gronk insurance behaviour
Josh the social media investigator
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It's a daily Talk Show Episode 278.
Who says, You've said it to me before, you need to make sure that you still have nerves going into anything that you do to know
that you will still be graded or something like that. I think Dan Harris,
he told a
guy who had a meltdown on the Today Show in the US. Oh, yeah, he's got a book called 10% happier. I think he might talk about it. Yeah. Yeah.
So it's like a musician always feels the news before they start. I've worked it out. Sometimes I don't feel nervous. But today, I felt nervous. But it's because I had a coffee. So I'm just like, on edge. Yeah.
Either. toasty. So I'm sweating.
Your body's processing that Reuben whatever that means is, what is it Reuben made? I don't know. Versus who makes it doesn't even know.
I think I've actually started feeling guilty about my meat consumption. Really? Well, just then I said toasted sandwich. I felt like I didn't want to be polarizing by saying Reuben because Rubin is a very meaty mate. Yeah, cuz I didn't fucking know what it is. This
is American. I mean, this way you get Reuben sandwiches in America. It's like this sort of boiled meat. And then they cut it out.
It's unbelievable. Well, the funny thing is the actual lamb Reuben, the bit that I enjoy is the pickles like the
gherkin. Yes. Yeah.
The mayo. Yeah, all of that stuff. is what actually like
go vegan for a month later day? Yeah.
The thing is, whenever I've done that, I done that.
done it for a whole month, but I've definitely tried to reduce my intake, but I feel like I go the other way where I'm have a lot of assignee balls. Yeah.
smoothies, right? You just trying to be trendy, that's
not going vegan, it'd be hard. I think it'd be quite high going from the person that ate to reuben sandwich. I'm not saying you're some What does that
what sort of guy
I'm not going to lay the reuben sandwich. going the opposite way, walking along the beach the other night. And there's spray paint on the ground of these. These fucking Bronx
graffiti on the ground. And I looked at like,
something around animal cruelty. Like, in fact, what is my What is my stance is all about graffiti. And I hate that. But then they're doing a good thing. There's calls these more important than any why that would like it was like a website link I could answer and I reckon
Which one? I think the animal cruelty thing? Definitely. Did you know? Do you know I'm in China, I believe there's regulations that say that. You have to test on animals for your products before it can get into market.
It's a stupid rule.
So this is why I know anyway, so a friend of mine used to work at a cosmetics company. Yes. And they were all sort of certified all this shit, right? Animal animal? animal cruelty free.
Yes. But the rabbit on the back with a cross on it Really? In some products? Yeah, it's like a it's like a little emblem knowing that this is not, not tested on not we don't test your animals. Not that it's not for rabbits.
I mean, if you're a rabbit, and you want to wear the makeup, but anyway, they
apparently you're getting if you're in the Chinese market, if you see a product that's in China, they would have had to test on animals. So
it's packing up. China, they've got six dolls, meaning humans have sex with a fucking doll.
We have them everywhere.
But why? Why do they have to still test on things? They're making dolls of humans that are so real test on a robot doll test on a fucking
60 I was asking a friend about it. And she was saying that it was
like putting stuff into mice his eyes and shit mom. Yeah, my says,
See, the one hard thing is I was listening to a study about mice. And them sort of it was a I think is a fasting study. And working at these drugs were being tested on mice. It was for I think, was for the prolonging human life. And what what it does. And anyway, I was like testing on mice. And then I started thinking about these poor little thing, these little critters. And so this is one side where it's like, we're doing all these, like, serious research, and we're testing on mice for really great cause and to prolong the human existence, things like cancer and diabetes and shit. But then it's still there is an element of cruelty. I mean, I'm the guy who put Matt mice into a container and sugared and fed them to my right, my rats,
fed them to my snakes. really dead?
No, they were like a young is that psychopathic? You know?
If you kick a dog, you probably had a snake and it needed to wait.
Think about it. Now. I wouldn't do it.
But I wasn't dead.
You can buy frozen frozen mice. We think because I was maybe like 1213 and I and I did maybe even younger. But I thought that was like I didn't really see I thought a bit sad about it. But I did it. It's a it's a it's a hard. It's a weird thing. That's so weird.
I'm feeling self conscious. Because the shameless girls. Well, they did a shout out of the show. And in a row.
I did say that. That's nice. Thanks. Thanks, girls. The,
the way they described us they said we do social and political stuff. Well,
this is what we're nailing right now, isn't it? Yeah,
We are all they didn't sort of, they buried the lead, which is where two idiots who have no fucking idea what we're talking about. It's a very, so I'm just gonna say that that up front. So
if you've come if you come reading that yet,
if you come for the vocab, stick to shameless. Yeah,
definitely. Well, we're not journalists, we, we just say what we're thinking, which isn't always the best. But sometimes it's it's good.
I think they are you say what they're thinking. But they're just thinking maybe a different level. So yeah, I think about what Yeah, what is
a good one that I thought recently? A good Oh, I spoke. I thought before I spoke a lot of times. So someone asked me a piece of advice. And I wanted to sort of give my thoughts around it, which wouldn't have served the person in a positive way. Yeah, it could have been taken as negative or I could have been shutting down their idea. And your suggestion to me was, I don't think it's our duty to tell them that we don't think it will work.
I don't think it's our duty to apply our own limiting beliefs on to other people. I think that it's,
I would prefer to be in a position where it's like, yeah, you can fucking do it. How can we help you do it? How like, that sort of language.
So but what about when it's super clear, because we're being we're not being clear about what I said. But it's like, if someone came to you and said, should I do this and you thinking, that's not going to work for what you've told me that you want it to? or so and so based on my existence? So when do you listen to yourself to go? Maybe I tell you what, it's it's not a good idea. So
if someone if someone came to you and said, Hey, I want to quit my job, and start doing YouTube full time. Yeah. Your advice would be like, Fuck, no. And the reason is, is because we haven't done it like we've done something else. And so it feels like we can only pull from our own experiences. And when people are doing like, epic stuff when they're doing like, extremely amazing stuff, like Mark Zuckerberg coming to us and saying, Hey, man, I've got this idea. Social Network. Yes. Right. Right. That sounds ridiculous. Yeah,
I mean, people shut down the Airbnb idea constantly
letting people strangers in the house, what a stupid idea.
So that's why I think that it's, do you have a responsibility to, I guess that we prioritize being honest. But it's worth considering that our on honesty, sometimes just our own anxieties around how we feel about it. And so if someone's like, hey, I want to quit my job.
If that's what they feeling, and that's what's right for them.
I feel like that's a good, a good thing. I mean, you're the exception if you just quit your job for YouTube and make it. But when can you actually start giving advice it's been asked, so you're not just giving unsolicited advice? If someone's saying, you based on all your experience, what do you actually think I should do? Because I think this is, I think this is the position a lot of people end up being with someone comes to them, they've said those words, what would you think that I should do? So they've, they've asked
they've asked for it. And you then you can give a response? And if you're to give them the response they want, it's basically an oldest one you've asked, Do you think I should do so
maybe it maybe it's saying like, he's the risk? This is what could happen? Making like giving your opinion in that regards, but trying to do it so that it's not limiting? their own sort of like putting the sort of limiting beliefs on them.
It's hard because when do you when someone comes to you and their idea sounds horrible? At what point do you just go? That's horrible? Or do you just never say the face?
Well, good example is Michelle and Sarah from shameless because they're an example of like, if someone said to me, I'm going to quit my job. And my I want my main source of income to be podcast revenue. What would your advice horrible idea? Yeah. Michelle did it. And Zara is like finishing up and they're able to do that's like their main shtick.
So they've become the exception. Yeah. So.
So what if they'd come to us? I'm sure I had conversations with Michelle on Instagram being like, you know, talking about
sponsorship stuff and
all that sort of thing. And this was earlier before they're gone as big as they are now. And it's like I could see because I haven't done on Mike yet enough like that. Be fucking hard. Don't rely on it. Like, I had no plans of making cash from this podcast. Can
say it's a bad idea logically, with what the landscape looks like is a bad idea.
is a chance of being the exception. And if you can do it based on your cash that you've saved wine, you're okay with spending 30 grand of your savings on living for a year, doing your thing. Matt de Villa didn't take on any client work and had a buffer to see him through a few years of not making any money and living on a law low salary or low low amount of money. But he made it Hey, Mr. Nice, Evan, can you get this man of town? Get this man.
This is the thing is that the sweat doesn't show up?
Doesn't it? That shows up in my eyeballs, bro.
say it on camera. Can you? Is this a clean one?
What a brave man, Mr. 97.
The thing, the sweat rag. The this is?
This is why I shouldn't have a ribbon. Just before this. It's not even fucking hot today. It's a top of 28 degrees. It's the morning. There's no excuse
me, you're thinking that there's 1000 shameless fans. I've got it's actually the drone
of the fact I've got my head. Hold it. Now what I want to say this is the thing you're always like, Man, it's fine. Hold it, like just take off.
Right? I'm watching the levels. You're the
equivalent of just like my Take your hands off the steering wheel. It's like this isn't a fucking Tesla. Yeah.
But I was excited this morning. Yeah. came in to work early. Knock on the door. It's the post man. He said Josh
and I said yeah, made and then I said, thinking in my head of his name. Nobody's name good man. I think county He's like, Oh, you know, I mean, I We sure can. Yeah, it was a great moment. But the bit that I was impressed off was that I remembered. And not only that, but in that moment, I wanted to say how I remembered his name. Yeah, like it when I've pulled something off when I pulled it off this memory thing. I want to be like my how good like I want to celebrate it was proud of myself, because I realized that the true celebration is making it look seamless. Yeah.
Now you're right. You're right. But there is something rewarding. Even I mean, he's the guy. He hasn't had to do that. He might have been thinking about that. So what did you do? Did you did you actually tell him how you
said like it was described? Yeah,
I just said, I just took me a few seconds. We got there.
It was good. God,
I've had that moment. I think everyone's probably had it you walking towards a person that, you know, the worst was when I had personal training clients that I had just stopped training with me. And then I'm saying they've been public that paid me all this money. We spent all this one on one time to get talking about everything. And then walking to more gems like fat backpack. What's the name? What's the name? What's the name? Did you blank, like cannot remember. And then all of a sudden, soon as we start talking, remember it
is halfway through john.
It's so busy through talking so busy. Did you have a file? My mom's a dental nurse? Yeah, they have a file on like, details about their patient. Yes. Yeah. So it's like they come in. It's like, oh, how's your cat? Sophie going? Yeah,
textbook. It's like one on one is like, with a client. Take down some details with a birthday. So that I remember learning about that stuff. And I was like, Yeah, what are they kids? Nine. And I think you do that you systemized at the start by writing shit out. But then they say you actually just become a human that's actually interested in knowing who their families and what they do and what they've been up to. So then, yeah, you do you keep that bank, but then it can go that's why having the files scale, it doesn't work. It's
not as hard for psychologists
differently. Because you don't want to be talking to one person about someone else's problems. Yeah. It's okay that your husband left. You
know, it's so funny. I've never been married. The,
that would be embarrassing. sheets. I call
it I remember I asked Bry. I said I How did psychologists go to the and she said are she kept calling you Adam?
Vikas, he was nagging you.
Don't worry about your boyfriend, Adam.
But um, so that was sort of I think, I don't know where the wires got across there. Yeah.
So we went, we're recording this a little later than normal. Amy and I went to the doctor, this is a specialist today. What does
he specialize in?
He specializes in breasts. And I guess breast cancer. He's a surgeon. he's a
he's a specialist that charges $160 to walk in for five minutes. He's lovely. I will give him that. He's so warm. And so he had this lumpy, no boob. And it's interesting. So this was like the final it was ages ago, nearly a year ago. So there was some fucking scary times. And it's interesting like that place. Women are there. There's so many women there. For the one reason of having their boobs checked by somebody who is the guy that looks for cancer. So there's this energy in those hospital. Now they're just like, this one's a really nice clinic in Brighton. It's like an old house. Super lovely, super warm. And so the create a nice environment. But it's Yeah, anyway. So what did you remember? Did he
Do you remember your name? Yeah,
he's he is a guy that Yeah, he writes everything down. So I'm seeing him do this process. He draws little pictures. It's amazing. Like a little character cheer of
legit, he like draws breasts and he's like, draws it to the scale and so he's had this breast tissue that was hard nose. It was like quite big and turns out you lie to you find out that he was fucking worried about it. Everybody never showed these cards. Anyway turned out to be thank God nothing serious, and it's completely gone.
Did you have to have a scan to work that out heaps,
heaps of stuff. It's fucking scary. And I just feel like, I just what we went through was like, not even close to what's most like a lot of women. Like this guy does surgeries like 1015 a week on breast cancer. He's actually like a surgeon. He's a surgeon. And he's also a
Yeah, so he's a surgeon and a doctor. So maybe there's some people know I think maybe he's just a surgeon that has a clinic where the patients that he sees he ends up operating on. So he's lovely. He's old, but he's, he's been in our family. So I had a bit of Danny
in our family was that he's treated
our family before because he wasn't always a British surgeon. He did circumcisions as well, really? And so I had some intel on one of these
you got circumcised
Okay, who it was me right? What is your you wouldn't want me to Hey, bad, but it was long as you get circumcised and not you It was later in life. So you can if you've got a complication later in life, you can have it done. Oh, really young. Like it's horrible to have later in life. Horrible. Like, severely painful. Think about it's like an area that's so sensitive. You know, I remember this is weird. My penis. I remember being more sensitive as a kid and then you should get older and it's like
which sounds weird though, but I think there's you grow up as a journalist.
Big fucking Friday dick.
But I think it's it's a private pot, so it'd be like, getting it done later in life is horrible. I think it's absolutely horrible
circumcising children now I would never do it. It's so unnecessary these do
you reckon you win exam circumcise. But I didn't know like, I
don't know the
social not social etiquette upset but people really fucking hate circles. Like it's pretty frowned upon is Oh, you're not Jewish.
It's within the Jewish culture to which is pretty
wise mama doing it aesthetic? Yeah,
I don't know. This is the thing. I've had a child I've had a boy, there's an option of circumcising him it wasn't ever forced upon us to do anything. I've been adamantly against it to based on No need. Like it's so interesting that How is my son any different? And I'm like, I think you're no different to my son. But there was no there's no need to do what happened to you to ISIS and so Tom it's like you said that's the thing I say this with caution based on mothers that have chosen or fathers have chosen to do it or people that haven't now there's no real difference maybe years ago when it was like you know hygiene and things were a real problem Yeah, I just don't see any benefit of it. Is there a
what's a cold when you're you
people are in you know, we got anti vaccines you got all that sort of stuff? Is there a circumcision? Like if you were say at a polls or whatever, and there's a kid who's being so like, are you looking at the parents being like what the fuck are you guys? No, no,
no, it's a personal choice. I just don't want to put my son through that pain like how much you bro Yeah, I think like 14 or something it is. man that's all I remember. was him just being killed up and he's been on walk past
poor bastard. But he needed to not killed up anymore. Not
anyway, so the man who was inspecting my wife's breasts also did that to my brother. So
I mentioned that the first time I couldn't help myself I was like, are we actually yeah, you know, my family and any sort of laughed when I said that that's what he does my brother because he's like, that was so long ago. Like it's been a breast surgeon for 20 years now.
I guess like doctors have natures yes it was like Yeah, I was a niche not really thing anymore. Yeah, yeah.
I think he was just more of a general surgeon then doing a bunch of different things and now he only does that
today but that's how the circumcision well
i don't know i don't want to think about it. No No need no need the one thing knows I just think about if you've got no money like we've got no fucking money we getting by on the fucking smell of an oily rag. We're cool. We're fine we're safe we've got food everything so we're I think we're we're at like the bottom of
the average but we're above the fucking bottom right
yeah. And so it's like people with no money has a factor you 468 bucks for five minutes. He literally just said cool. I don't know see you again. That's only said congratulations. warm and lovely. But so it felt good to have to go into me going for scans before that meeting was the last one like he could feel it out and be like it's fine. For me having nothing wrong with her we've spent 1500 dollars that's crazy, isn't it? And I would spend five grand if it meant to hear that there's nothing wrong but for the person that has no might like we can't get we get small rebates but I just think about like how it's a fucking hard existence when this shit going
like is there a cheaper way of doing it
through the public health system and what's the slower like
my thing is you guys got private helpful now we don't would have made a difference
you paying the money for for the year anyway. So you paying 1500 bucks a year per person private health is
to have private health never used it yeah it's just like so I worked out it was probably just better for me Yeah,
so this time like Scotty paper in his book if you the private health stuff on the really make sense when you're over a certain bracket so even if you're at a certain age because there's a there's a
bracket that what is it is like you
oh yeah over your tax over 30 years old and if you don't have health insurance
you're taxed slightly more or there's a there's a tax applied but it's actually not as much as health insurance so if you're not over yeah this thing is like most people don't know that life insurance is the one
which have you got it sorted out that this year you can tie it into super I think you can get so much shit out
like mom and dad they've just stopped their life insurance dad had sushi is based on having three kids mortgage and you know if you just
die of being old to the insurance payout
no was it no because it's natural if you diving old is net die dying of being all these natural causes.
So why why would they dying all natural causes effect and everything stops working you die
dying of natural causes not is not dying of disease or dying? Yeah, I mean what he's dying of natural causes is it just
is that true? I don't know. But I think like it obviously doesn't cover suicide and stuff. But if you if you have a sudden got see if your cancer and then died. They covering that?
Yes, yes, you're right. But I don't know. I think it would be pretty hard to ensure a 95 year old dude for 2 million. And he's about to nod is about the fucking he's gone. Yeah, she already said, if you have any watching.
Well done. It is expensive is a
930 in Abbotsford.
So my mom and dad have just pulled their life insurance because they don't need it. Like the
longest thing dollar signs over their heads. I know. I'd have taken
the head off.
But mom and dad spent think about how much money that is. How much
is it a year?
Oh, you're paying like what was it? I worked it out about $30 a week. And if you're doing that, so if you average 30 bucks re Rubens 30 bucks awake for the he's a lot of cash. But what's the alternative? like as if something did go wrong? Or you know sort of building site and she goes paid? Well,
because we were talking to pay p about this and he was like, Tommy you need life insurance. I said what about me? He's like not
that What the fuck? What is it? What's that?
What's going on? He's like, you got no dependence or whatever. Yeah. And so because I've got I guess, bringing on dependence of each I think on the fucking rental form you have to select Yes. Yeah.
It's children. So throw a kid into the mix. It's show more of a think like this. Yeah.
But you you have to be done. You will? Absolutely not you won't have done you will if you haven't got life insurance. Now. Here's a funny thing.
When I was a judge when when I was Yeah, never said it never preface something with here's a funny thing. When I went on tour as a stripper when I was 19. I went up to Sydney and I was like, I knew none of the guys that were ready to fly over to New Zealand do like 30 show because they
show pains not strippers. No, no. No. It was there a preference though of like, because I guess some do. No, none.
Maybe I do that.
But there's none in your group. Yeah,
there wasn't. It wasn't that there's not it's not that kind of a show. Okay, it's like dancing shows. It was wack. It was horrible. It was like the magic mark one out of 10 competitive magic mark.
Anyway, the day right version of magic bar.
That's what we think. What's the opposite of magic?
Poison Mike was anyway.
I met this guy. random dude. And he was like, he was one of the dudes that we were going to be going away with this guy you have to go into Bondi Junction. Right? I'm just riding along hanging out in his car. Yeah, and he and he's like, I'm gonna go do my wheel.
What are you planning? What do you mean you haven't gone away? I think the first time I ever say is really good you know I got my girlfriend now I'm doing my will so we went to the post office to get these will forms and it was just I was so I was just confused. I was like, bro you're like a couple years older me maybe
like maybe Flight Center should add that to their thing or maybe we could start a shop outside of Flight Center booked a trip to Bali get you will sort of
when when do you do you will I think when you have more like our business blows up and then you will
I say the connection. But kids for Bodie to grow up and not leave that burden on me. That's what Scott means like what 20 grand a year but he probably costs not yet but soon he'll be easily $20,000 a year school phase life food chicken and verint you know do you know and then how
does Amy for that Gina when he I went to school with someone who she had a she was bitten by a dog when she was young
not that bad but was bad enough that she got like a bit of a payout from somewhere and so she ended up getting plastic surgery getting
i can i veneers yet
yeah, she's a model now. Yeah, so that's a good feel good story. I was just thinking you gain payouts Yeah, never been paid out for anything.
Essentially you don't want to ever have a payout for it. I believe the insurance
to have happened me dropping my laptop I mentioned this the other day dented the laptops. Yeah, speaking of screw to Derek downstairs. He's like take that to the insurance. Yeah,
we saw him a day later he says I've
still been thinking about it. Get it get down he goes when it breaks in six months because of that didn't you're going to be fucked Yeah, but would you agree with that or no?
Depends the if you're paying like
totally depends on my time to the insurance if you just paying
on like a damn you are paying for the insurance
I've got the public liability plus the $20,000 coverage it's that one for Mac which include no no it's the ion insurance I've got it includes like I can use whatever the 20 k on in the now you can't do that because it's not it's not broken.
It was repair that pay for the repair of it.
That's what I don't want to happen in
this is the thing people fucking try and pull dogs on insurance This is why we pay so much money. Cars I know a guy who drove his car into a tree just so he
hope it will sorted before
what a stupid thing to do. And then he did it again with another car. Yeah,
I feel like I what was it there was someone in I think we've mentioned about Bogan stuff but Greinke behaviors insurance fraud
hundred percent I remember when I first
would like when I was a kid and I first found out about insurance Yeah, I feel like you straightaway go into insurance fraud like people like so you get insured right and so if something gets stolen they will like replace it and as a kid you don't fucking understand the water straight away like well why don't you just fucking why they say that stone and you realize that that's not really a I've never taken out an insurance the insurers are banking on the fact that
I can't be fact with admin hundreds at
the bank you're not making a claim because then their revenue for us. Hi I
pride myself on not making a claim so sheets broken on my is it actually marking anything? What well like if I make a claim like you
Okay, we're covering a lot of admin today. Yeah,
I know. If you want to know about your personal insurance property. I've actually done insurance climb through it. It was fine It's annoying you still you don't get back the full price of the
take off GSK which is like tax
you can actually buy the thing that you have the broken will last
you had stolen you're impressed by my nephew impressed by my social media. I was
actually freaked the fuck out
because Josh is that I had a conversation. He was just talking about these two dudes were having a bit of a fight and and you were watching from afar, we didn't know that they're having a fight.
just kind of thought that they were look like they were. But one of the things that stuck with me was and this was only post conversation that I really should have thought about it was Yeah, he hasn't liked one of these. These other guys photos since December 23. Or something like that was so specific. Yeah. And then I thought about afters, i the only had the effect of you worked at that. And then I was like, the only way you would have worked at that
is by going through it. Yeah. Well, because I was trying to it's very easy on social media to work out who's finding what I enjoy creating a bit of a story. And the funny thing was you then screen grab when I said hey, I think these dudes having a bit of a beef or whatever you like now I'm like not the haven't lied to all that sort of thing. And then last night, you sent me a screengrab and like, man, I think you're right, because this seems a bit passive aggressive. Definitely have any.
It's amazing that you've picked up on magic, you got paid for doing all that. Yeah,
there's no there's Is it a skill?
I think it's the reason why you're off your own social media. Because when you connect the dots to why someone writes some passive comment, or they were just being neglectful, and they weren't thinking about what they were saying, stuff we were talking about earlier, like take two more seconds to think about how this might sound because then you can I've seen what I've actually saying is you get stuff for all of the dots connecting and you've got things wrong, but I've seen you get it so fucking right to so I was the problem.
I had friends at a previous company that I worked at, thinking that I had intel on things because I was nailing are getting early. And I'll just say and I would go up to a friend of my guys so I'm Are you getting made redundant?
no, and then you see them go into another room and I can't
see. And I've just worked out people. Here's one tip for you. If you're on LinkedIn, don't black and white until you've lost your job before you start getting active.
It's like such an obvious like a sudden it's like the person who gives it zero facts about social media all of a sudden, yeah, he's just and they're using they normally use LinkedIn like Facebook because I haven't used it like
the warning signs for someone losing their job or looking for another job is increased activity rapid increase in activity on LinkedIn. Exactly. Potentially, like more meetings. What about the potential of a couple breaking up because I've seen a few capitals and then I've like I've looked in and then I've made a few conclusions based on there's no fighters and what are some other you
know this this real slow slow burn definitely definitely slow burn so
for you to say that they haven't liked a photo of each others or one of them hasn't liked a photo of the others are you going on to photos going into the likes and then searching now was actually that was even easier?
I scribe reveal all your strategies Brad I because I only followed the two guy yeah. If the other person had liked the other person's photo, it would show their name up rather than the like number. Okay, okay. And so I was just scrolling like I think it says right so I clicked on a few types you know just name nothing and then I went further enough down like December 23 or whatever it was and I say that that liked so there being some sort of before that has gone down
yet but you can also blame it on the algorithm
I mean, that's that's probably like the go to
bed I haven't seen
Yeah, I'm saying the bank posting I me cracks it when I haven't been doing that. It's usually let
me login her stuff. Yeah,
she doesn't post that often.
And then then it has really impacted I haven't liked the last three. So maybe I've just missed a nice if you can just remind me go through monthly like just like like oh you can set up push notifications from people then that did you find me posts
Tommy likes I can.
I can probably do that. Did you? Did you see this? I don't know if you saw this morning, we got an Instagram notification that said someone has retracted their unscented their post,
which I've never seen before. I haven't
seen it. I don't know. That's where the living tells you. That's a mind fuck Instagram. Yeah, like, hey, someone who's thinking about you, but we're not going to tell you who's thinking about and that's horrible. That's not good for my business
I have a meltdown, to daily talk show everyone. Hi, the daily talk show.com if you want to send us an email, Russ keys, he was contacting us about this last cam. I
gotta get rid of this.
So it's time to get in the video we shoot in front of a wooden pallet wall. Yeah.
And it's just some branding off the word that I say.
Branding is property. It's actually its
property. But it is a way of getting branding, because I didn't think about it. But it would have been it's the center point of the
daily talks. I never thought that the pallets were going to be
we should send it to laws can I mean,
for us? Is there a risk that they say Hey, did you lawfully get the product? Yeah,
true. Which Did you
I just asked the people so pallets they get, you know, deliveries Come on them and they give them to the people but then it's like property of the person they have to deal with them. They get broken apart. Why does it say the property
of Los Cameron? I
maybe there was a futurist that the companies that knew that hipsters would build walls out of them and featured them in podcasts like the daily talk show.
Maybe so we need to work out a replacement. Yeah, you can listen, you can watch on youtube.com forward slash the daily talk show we film all of the episodes now if you're
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actually did a Photoshop job of the
logo it actually looked quite good look Not bad. Not bad look Not bad.
Not that good you did when that
guy said there's nothing he just took our logo put it so it's not like he's
not the full This is like the emblem This is like on our sticker and you wouldn't be happy I just like the might like our logo is a microphone. We want to do the talk show and so I like that look see? I'm pretty set on a neon sign. It's a bit pricey at the moment guys.
They are right. Yeah.
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