#291 – Run-Of-The-Mill Podcaster/
- February 26, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
Mr. 97’s nickname
Tommy’s Wikipedia page
Events and networking
Mark Bouris and The Mentor
Dates and phone numbers
Dealing with honest feedback
Taking Josh’s dating advice
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Daily Talk Show Episode 291. What's going on? What's cracking? It's Tuesday. It is.
It's exciting. I mean, I'm
yesterday, I was very excited today. You know, I'm still riding the high for people who if you've missed any episodes, on Thursday, last week, we brought up Tinder and then somehow ended up doing a podcast integration with the girls at shameless to help Mr. 97 Go on. He's very first day. Yeah,
which he does have to die, which is why I'm excited. But I'm also got the nerves to like, I feel I'm so invested in this. And we had, we're down at the cafe to people that listen to our show, said they looked at one Mr. 97 was there for one of them. And they said, Good luck tonight. And then the other one was like, what's going on? How's it happening? What's happening? And he was Kane. So like, there, there isn't basement. Yeah,
there's a lot of buzz. I was walking with Peter Shepherd this morning. And who's been on the show a couple of times. Yeah. And he was also very excited. Yeah, so there's definitely a buzz. We're living vicariously Yes. Through Mr. 97. We've got missing it serves on the mic. How you feeling? Yeah. Good. Did it bit excited. Okay. Yeah. You were telling us so you bringing the dog?
You didn't hear about that on yesterday's episode, but it is a double diet. two dogs, two dogs.
And two human but we were asking what time you're going to be leaving today. Yeah. And because we thought you would have to get ready and what was your response?
Okay, gotta claim the dog gotta give her a bit of a shower. How do you actually claim the dog just out of curiosity? Literally just throw in the shower. All right, just have a shower with the dog and just
hang on. Sorry. What? I think that's pretty normal. No,
no, it is when you have a shower with the dog. Yeah, she your you nude? Yeah. All right, my I think that's Bella. That's normal. It's It's so you came
off the couch too hard and then in a sink is too hard. So yeah, he just put them in the show with the skit nude and get in the shower. It's not a child. I like that's how I
I have boss with my son winnowed. I
think that's absolutely fine.
The I mean, I've been a dog. I've been a
dog owner by proxy. My parents did all the hard work. Was it actually your dog? Technically?
Well, no, but they bought them around the time that I need the more they bought the dog. Little bit. It's not not my dog.
Not my dog. Did you name the dog?
Now I've got a thing that I don't really name pets. I used to have snakes. I used to have rabbits. I used to have lizards never had names for any of them. And I only realized that this is kind of weird. When psychopathic. Amy said to me my walk she said Oh, would you call your snakes? That Snake?
Snake he was my snake. I didn't give you the name. And maybe that's because I didn't want to get too attached.
Why I had a joke name for my cat. My cat. ny k at my
conspiracy. Jimmy. His cat's name is baby. I like that. It's a blue eyed.
The one that the rag dolls. It's It is like it's dog. It's a dog. You can pick it up and like it's it's like a good dog. Which is why I like the cat. Yeah,
I'm not a cat person. I would like to have a cat that's like a dog. Yeah,
but then just get a dog. But then you'll be in the bloody shower washing the dog. It's disgusting. Guys.
I reckon it's very commonplace. I think. I think you're trying to turn it into something that it's it's not the bit to use dog shampoo. Yeah. Okay. Does that mean? Do you use the dog shampoo? And then you drive the dog and then you go back in for a second shower? Yeah,
we'll see. Just you literally just like put a towel on the floor. Dr. You can just stay in the shower and just can't dry. And then just send her off. A bloody shower might. Yeah,
well, you've saved it. Have you have I said
he said that.
The other day. The other thing that has has come to my attention is everyone's really getting behind the Mr. 97. Nickname guy.
what we tell people whose name is I love it.
Could you have imagined so we when Mr. 97 first started coming on the show? Yeah, we said that we need to find a nickname for you. Yeah. And we the options. I think we're between mayo. And Mr. 97. I think that I'm happy that we went with Mr. Night. Yeah, so yeah.
No one wants to die de
Mayo know why Mr. 97? And then it's Yeah, it's been breathed two saves. Yeah,
a screw to Derek said said Oh, but I was thinking, should we start to? No one knows. A lot of people don't know the origins of the nickname and in a lot of ways you don't need to know the origins. There's something nice about it being short.
A lot of people assume that it's your birthday year. And he said which is close. When is your birthday in 99? Okay. 99.
So what I was Jordan's best to us? Was it really? Yeah,
How do you know that?
Maybe 95. It was in the 90s. Yeah.
Well, how do you what do you type in Michael Jordan? Michael Jordan's best years. I'm sure he'll come up. Best. He's 1987. Yep. Why off?
At seven? It I want it like why did you even throw that out as a fact?
It was when I was into basketball around that time. It's nice to get basketball cards.
Can we? My brother was very good. Yeah,
it was it was my best years of Michael Jordan.
nearly got it. So should we start going forward? Yeah, holding stock. Mister 97.
I like saves it. Whatever comes to mind, say whatever.
Like we were sort of putting stuff online. If we're
you need to put I like the Mr. 97. It's four letters, bro. With a little space in between? Yeah, it's fine. Mr. 97. Then elaborate
with what you want. If we're introducing him to a guest.
This is Mr. 97. We need to lead with what it is because then they can just take it. Okay. It's like
talking about facts. Mr. 97. Got an email this morning. In regards to some Wikipedia issue, did you did you want to bring up TJ what's been happening?
I just, I bring it up. Yeah. Well, we had jack post on the show who
was tackling jack Yeah, he
he's trying to get a Wikipedia page. And he was struggling. And I thought maybe I thought maybe Mr. 97 could get on the case and get me one.
Because you've got you've had a few notable things happen. Well, I yeah.
I never how you actually got a Wikipedia page. And it turns out you need links to legitimate websites. It could be news outlets, not the Daily Mail that don't accept that really? Well. That's you said there's the 917 you don't accept Daily Mail.
Now, you gotta have like some, yeah, some substantial news outlet. So.
So you've had, you had a few in regards to the bike where you fished our bikes out of the yard.
I've had maybe three videos do really well. And those three videos have got into the media got into the newspapers. And so I thought maybe it's going to be an easy 197
seven. Have you got the I've got the I've got the message. Can you read what that how they described? Tommy? So this was it's been taken down? It's been taken down? It
hasn't been taken down? It's just been
said I've left a note saying it could be delighted say
it's put up to her who is what sort of troll is doing it,
troll. So what's happened?
Yes, so we got a notification this morning. Yes. And I clicked on it and a bloke left a comment, saying no real demonstration of note ability struggling to find independent in depth coverage in reliable sources. References provided are either mentioned in passing or rely almost exclusively on company produce material or quotation but you're
you're a podcaster. So you think that that's got some credibility?
Now you just a run of the mill podcaster
you get taken down with me.
And there's a possible conflict of interest or paid editing.
what's more crazy is that dude, that dude has time on his hands.
We paid Mr. 97 directly for that.
If you're watching, what's it? What's this dude name? Does it give a name? You want to call him out? He's not notable enough. Edward x.
He's been on Wikipedia for 12 years. Okay, let's forget. Yeah.
he's officially a loser. But I love that final bit. I think
that could be the tagline. What was what's the exact
phrase about the podcast podcast?
run of the middle podcast
run of the mill podcast? Do you think that's funny?
I love it. I might update my LinkedIn
run of the mill podcaster. Right. What is what is that phrase? Let's look at run of the mill. And what is a run of the mill? Like what it actually what does that mean? Where's that from? What's the origins of that something or someone that is run of the mill is probably not notable. The phrase run of the mill appears to have originated from early factory quality control, and described work that had not been graded and was therefore unlikely to be either exceptionally good, or exceptionally bad. Okay.
Well, we're not exceptionally good. We're not bad. run of the mill is a great time title of the podcast. Yeah, I do a lot of googling for domain names
of the mill.com see if they are
definitely will be taking. I always want I don't normally just do the.com search like that. I'll start on a domain name search just in case. I feel like anything could be porn.
But anyway, it's fine. Locked up forward. I don't know what I work.
Not at work. Now.
The you will bring up LinkedIn. Yeah, got an update around my social media retirement.
Nice. Can you grab my missing it says, Can you grab my phone, please?
What do you want to do? We'll get there. So I've I have been off social media from my personal side. Since I think about November, I decided to I got rid of all my Instagram photos. Yeah, I deleted my Facebook, deleted my twitter and just set up like a Twitter handle. So it's there. bed. I just thought I read the book deep work. And I'm just reading digital minimalism by Cal Newport as well. It's a follow up book. Yes. And so I wasn't getting the getting joy. Not that I know. That's a bit. Marie Kondo. Yeah. But wasn't feeling that good about social media. So I decided to get off personally. The Daily talk show Instagram has started to take up a bit of my time.
Well, I'll tell you exactly how much time because this was my time over the weekend specifically for screen time was eight hours on
Saturday, I think it was well, that is literally Cyclone shameless. Yeah. So that's
like and yours. And the reason I bring that yours was like within the same ballpark. So
we're spending a lot early on, you're truly on social media, but
as the daily talk show, not as yourself.
And so but one thing that I've started to do is I've opened up LinkedIn again. So I had to put into the description, retired from social media, contact me through my website, and I deleted that and updated a few things. So it's good.
I think LinkedIn would be a place where people would think you're an anchor for doing that, for having it in your title, but still having
Well no, it wasn't on it wasn't on my title was in the description. So I sort of buried delayed Yeah, no, I still think it's, it's not.
It was only like six months ago, you weren't accepting people who are adding you. The point of LinkedIn is like a business network except everybody and try and form connection. I just have a standard I need to have met them or know what they do, which is the counter to networking. You don't have to know somebody to know that
you want to know if it's an SEO guy from India. I probably don't need another one of those friends.
when you like I think you're holding it too much white in the term friends when it comes to the online space, they're not your friends, bro. Their LinkedIn I got like 2000 Jews loans got like 30,000 40,000
a lot of friends.
But they know I went to an I went to an event last night. Choose one was hosting it.
How many people the
this this was there's a guy named Mark Boris, who started a few companies yellow brick road. Yeah,
that he still owns at wizard home lines. This was back in the day he was doing like infomercials on breakfast daily. And like you said it worked Monday, Tuesday is like that's the day people make decisions. That's it. I pay for the trigger on stuff. Guess what day it is. It's Tuesday.
Or if you want to review the podcast yet, go to your podcast app is the purple app, or through iTunes and just leave us a little review. What do you think of the daily talk show? Maybe you're a new listener?
Yep. And put in run of the mill podcast.
want to be quite funny, more than it maybe if you could sort of counter the run of the mill America. So we could use it as a reference point within Wikipedia. We've
had only five star reviews and I'm not encouraging you to do anything less but it's only downhill from here. What if you mentioned
Don't mention it.
Anyway, Mark, Boris. He was he was the Trump not in the sense of the kind of person he is. He was the Trump on the apprentice, Australia and yes, you're fired. You're fired. Like he was that guy. But he wasn't like
Trump, but actually he was the boss on the apprentice. He was the boss
yet. He if anything is the silver fox version of Trump.
He's good looking blog.
So we were in it was like a an event that had him talking. He one of his mentor's was Kerry Packer, one of the richest Australian people when he's no longer with us, but he Sanders taken the throne. billion dollars, billions and billions of dollars. Anyway, he that was his mentor. And so there was like, 10 lessons he was teaching from what Carrie taught him and what he's experienced growing his business to $500 million. Crazy. But what I love about him, he's he's like the Australian. He's like the business Steve Irwin. Yeah, it's just real sort of, like, you know, for the man like, Oh, hey, Doug. Peter going after pay.
You know, he's order. Yeah,
he's just like, you couldn't think if you met him out of context, that he's not that bright. Yeah, just because it's like, it's like barefoot investors speaks very straightforward to the point. But that is the beauty of what he does. He gets his message across in a really simple format about complicated shit like country people or sort of aka, yeah, you can be tricked into like, think about you go to the, you know, southern parts of America, and he can hear people with a
bit maybe a bit slow, but the thing is that they've got
five jet plan. Yes. Yeah,
exactly. It's pretty impressive.
I was about to say Mark Cuban. Mark, was he's that was Morris. Yeah, Boris. He's that guy. He's the rz Dude, that has become a success story, but he's super engaging in an interesting so there was like fucking 3000 people say thousand. There was so many people, that many people. Yeah. And so it's always dudes like me who get the free tickets that are worth $600. So my brother and I went in a couple of the girls from Julian's business tribe, we went and we were in this like Platinum diamond VIP area. But he's that networking like, as we're walking out, these events create some sort of anxiety and people. For one, they think they probably need to get the most out of it because I paid so much money. And so they're like, overly networking. And so as we're going up this escalator this,
this guy walks up. Hi. Hey, how are you? It's like, show Walker knees. Hi, what's your name? Yeah, it was just anyone sideline you from the podcast,
and no, no, no.
I don't know. I just said I'm Tommy into the introduced to the four of us. And then he's like, also why you guys he was like, Oh, I just made a joke. I said, it's my brother that it's Mac Boris knows Jackie belly. I was like, Oh,
I couldn't break it to him that we got free tickets in and when I go into the diamond area with him. So I said oh, I probably here for the same reasons. You are just a bit awkward. Yeah.
I am. I remember like being at an event and just Yeah, yeah, having a chat with someone and then you become friends like event friends vent friends. I think it builds reports, travel friends, plane ride friends. I'm not into planning
right now. But if you do with some kind of like and you actually kick it off, there is some connection but definitely event friends like weekend workshops. You become best is definitely respect to them again, but you feel like you've you're actually brother and sister. It's It's interesting. But yeah, so it was amazing. It was sharp, many people there. And this one guy that was sitting in front of us. He kept on he was there with his mom. It was really interesting. Juno's at this at this event. Like, there was this sort of, you know, gray haired, older woman in front with a younger son who had tats all over him and, and he just he almost seemed disinterested half the time, but every now and then you just say that you just go
on? Yeah. You'd say Anya.
Anya. Anya, these mom's name.
It was when Mark was like saying something was able
to feel a little bit old school. It was very old school. But he was young on Yeah. Like, good.
Could you have because you had to leave work early yesterday to get because you realized at work that you had the event? Yeah. And you're wearing thongs? Yeah. Could you have gotten away with just wearing? Yeah, definitely 3000 people they wouldn't have given
the photos. Yeah, lots lots and lots of it was amazing. He's got a podcast. The matter? Yeah. The mental No. Yeah. The mental. It's interesting in Yeah, he's just an inquisitive dude. And but it's old school like the, you know, one of the things he said he did when he owned wizard, years and years ago was every Friday night, he'd send an email out to every one of you staff members, the way that he did, the reason he did it was it was 6pm on a Friday. And he was testing people
for what he did,
how, how quickly that would get back to him,
and also take that that's such a bad culture,
and also how long the response would be. And then what he did was matched that. So the length of the response, the time in terms of half quick came back against their sort of achievements. And he said the ones that wrote back quickest with the longest email with the most successful bullshit. Yeah,
I mean, you've read it, you've read Jason Freed's book from 37 signals, which is sort of the polar opposite of
Yeah, and why work
doesn't have to be crazy. And it these dudes have created a business. It's a monster, making hundred million bucks a year or something, but
couldn't make that without the bullshit. Like,
this is the thing. I think
he's story that he's so sold on. Like, he's telling people
who's that who
in the audience has, you know, lost who has insomnia? And there, you know, is that well, good? It's like, he's that old score? Yeah, yeah. He's at all to which? Yeah, I think there is. There is a balance between the two. But it's good reading a book about guys who are saying, do not work more than 40 hours a week. Tony, Tony finds overnight, she can wait to the morning. Yeah, it's not the end of the world and then the opposite. And so there has to be some alignment gonna be flexing
between the two. But I think if you would just consume that content. If you go down a very dark. Yeah,
it's not Yeah, it's not sustainable, potentially,
anxiety, the stress that it can cause it's too much. But it was a good experience. And back and I would love to have him on the podcast. He was talking about podcasting a lot. And he was it was just talking about the benefits of it, which we know finding love. Young 19 year olds
is tonight, seven right out there for our achievement, what have you. So what's happening? So what I've decided that we are we do started as a team. Yeah, for we're just going to give random names to the different dates. You're saying date one day date to Yeah, I wanted to humanize them while they are human being
I also said, No, say no. So. So if you don't, we don't want to be sued. I mean, I've felt the full brunt of the police contacting the radio station saying, You guys need to pull your fucking segment about finding that hot cop. So I get it. Yeah. But the way we landed was Sharon,
Sharon. So for, for today's date. We will call her Sharon yet from now on. And so 97. What, what are the details in regards to cooking for Sharon? What are you going to bring? What sort of Do you know what sort of cooking like the kitchen arrangement? Sharon has
no idea about the kitchen arrangement, but there's a supermarket nearby, so
I need to add it all sorted. Have you got Sharon's phone number? No.
Okay, disappointed. So it's all coming through Instagram.
Let me just read you. This is a horror story. This is why you need to do this.
So Kyle, email. I'll talk show. Yeah,
exactly. send those through. He works up in Indigo for radio station. He said, boys. This is brilliant form for Mr. 97. I thought I'd share with you a similar experience to what my son's going through a couple of weeks ago during Valentine's week. I was catch of the day on the radio breakfast radio show.
This is very because the thing is that you and I are always talking about I say I just don't want to be to radio. Yeah. And then that's like, we could find Mr. 97 a wife and it goes out.
It's fun. Anyway, he ended up getting a rose from a girl and so they were chatting on DMS and he said the date was a cracker. Yeah, grilled burgers at One Tree Hill as the sunset at crisp Indigo. It was magic. There was even a little bit of a Hanky Panky, which as you think it means a kiss. Yeah,
I mean, yeah,
a little bit of a kiss. Anyway, regrettably on the date, I didn't ask for a number. It's now been two weeks have slid into a DMZ and a couple of times to see if she wanted date. Number two, I've had no response shattering. So this is our main memory. Our saying get on to
the cellular phone would be pretty shattering getting no response on a phone call pick up as well. I'd rather
the phone coach, you know that it's a hard note. Yeah,
I think it's a hard no run if anyone who is in their 20s Yes. doesn't respond to your Instagram. Within 24 hours. It's a hard not that easy.
But I also think just get the number. Yeah. Dude, Take it. Take it to the
phone. Just do it
directly side please. Can you any other days just get the number like what if you get there you you know, in bloody Coburg texting, trying to dm her? Yeah. And her receptions died for the internet.
You're trying to do it buddy search on the white pages from Sharon. Book. Me Sharon's. There are in Coburg,
you gotta have the phone number. So you know.
This is all learning curve, isn't it? That's good.
I don't like that. We said Coburg. You don't like that? We're giving details away. But But I say No, sir. Exactly. And it actually the phone thing reminds me of growing up and speaking to people on the phone to the point of going I remember Bry Bry night back in the day when they first were even just friends and would like fall asleep talking to each other. Yeah Josh
has been with these partner for 11 years and a long time. Yeah.
And so we had but I also even remember the time where before that where you would get I could like listen in like, you know, you'd have multiple phones in the house. So I could listen to my my brother. Did you ever
get all she was on the Picasa landline I was on the portable.
It's got times have changed.
I even remember the the analog wireless phones if you turned off the bass, so where it connected to Yeah, and you turned on the phone you could pick up other phone really indifferent like so you could hear people's cold phone?
I mean, you're the guy that still got the walkie talkies. Can you move into your house this way? Can you please bring those walkie talkies in? Yeah, absolutely have one next to your bed. And so if I get an alien you've slept in, I'll just get on.
I would love to get into a real CB radio sort of. Wouldn't it be cool? I mean, we're the show of promises. Have we got that list of we building out that list of promises? Yeah, we do.
But you want me to add to it? Is that what you say?
What would actually be really cool is to broadcast the show from a CB radio as well, when we have the technology like we do from road. What's the point? Well, I think that we could it could be fun for the truck driver segment
to say listen, driver segment now.
For the sake of that audience that they could potentially listen. Yeah.
Like I was obsessed with getting radios that could tune into the place frequency. We got one. It was like Yeah, but it was always like, it was like we were on the ship channel. Just like oh, this is where we're on. Listen. So just, you know, do the someone's broken down on the highway
channel three. Tune into outside. Radio check plays radio check. Yeah. And if I was in, like the distance was there outside? Yeah, you work at night? Yeah.
Because you can actually speak to the timezone. Yeah, yeah.
So that was that was pretty
nice. And you can download apps now of like New York City, New York City Police.
stream, whatever it is, so, but it's always like we do. I think it's cooler. More fun when you've got the area you understand. There's like a crash down here. Yeah,
I definitely got into tune in radio has a few of them. Yeah. And so you could put it on your sonar. So yeah, your
smarts. Home. If only we had one Mr. 97th date strapped to
his dog. So we've got Dr. Jason Fox on tomorrow show. But we'll still have Mr. 97. Towards the sewers that day. If you do have any
advice for Mr. 97. Yeah. Before the date with Sharon in Coburg? Yes. Slowly through? Yeah. Send us an email. Hi at the daily talk. show.com. And we'll pass it on. What ingredients are you actually going to have? You're going to list what are you going to? What are you going to buy? Now? made? faith means Have you worked out of you are Sharon if she's okay with me? No.
Well, if she's not me, you could have done this by telephone. But
I think you need to ask if there's any dietary requirement. Yeah, yeah. Yeah,
I would, I would just say lead lead it just
company as it is, but celebrate shares. The thing is that shares might have some dietary requirements. We've been on shoots before. Yeah.
someone said I'll bring coffee. It's like,
how do we what's the Do you want to have coffee order or whatever? Like you don't want to say it because they are leading. Yeah. And then they get that it's like I've got four lattes. It's just like it's very traditional to be like you will drink milk that will call
that is that is full like nowadays. So yeah, lead. Do you eat me like this? Yeah,
I mean, the one thing that did happen when 97 was talking to Sharon yet is she heard yesterday's episode. And then I was being a little needy. So when I said hey, can you ask her what she thought of the show?
what what exactly what can you look up the exact words of what she she said? Or can you remember?
I want to know your response to then be his gopher.
I like how you think you want and you're like, you know because I would be
going to think about him asking you to do that makes you look a certain way. So yeah, just for future
Yeah, main deviance tonight. Yeah, fucking on. You're very, very needy.
So anyway, I don't mind it. That's
Yeah. So what did Sharon said?
So she she recommended that I me go check it out. Get an MRI for a migraine. Yeah. And she said,
Sharon, unsolicited advice for shadows. Thank you. Yeah.
It but then
it was good, but probably whitelisted again, yeah,
probably whitelist. And again, I was actually like, Bry had to calm me down on the way home, because that's
how you know what? I was like, if you can't be nice. Don't say anything at all. Well, you asked for it.
There's honestly this I mean, that's good. Yeah,
I thought it seemed main spirited.
Don't you think?
No, it's honest. Yeah. This is the thing. If you ask someone for their honest opinion, yeah, you
deal with it. You
could say that she has bad taste. And that's why
you know, you make it more about her. This is nothing about other than just
she's known as my podcast.
This is a thing where like, our podcast is started getting a lot more listens. I what happens when we've got so many factionalism, write
down I'm a baby
100% because what comes with bed like the reason I was thinking about the bad reviews, and that it's only down here for now, because we got Foxy setting
Is because I've been looking at some other people's podcasts
as soon as you become super popular you to get. Yeah, yeah,
I looked on the shameless girls reviews. And there's some bad ones. But there is show so many good ones. So my point with it is you cannot be big with hat without having some people not like what you're doing. Is that a reflection of who you are? Or what you show actual qualities? I don't think show if it was 99% bad. And 1% good. There's a difference. But it's it's not for those girls. And they're doing fucking super well. Yeah, so brace yourself Josh,
ya know, this is baby boy, I made this. It's a thing. It's the
I think it's, that's why we've gone slowly, because we've only just allowed the people who we think would be. Yeah,
but as Matt Boris said last night, if you've got an idea, don't like telling you're running it past your cousin, your auntie your mom. They your fucking cheerleaders. They're not my mom. Yeah.
cheerleader, but you'd be like, Dad,
I didn't know gonna give you
the like, maybe they will give you some form of honesty. But they're not going to give you the feedback that you probably need to tell you with your product actually work or not, or your podcast is good or not. So we have a bunch of people around us that support us, right and tell us great stuff. But they will be a time where people like, you know, it's like all my Malcolm from Wikipedia. No, he's not happy. where he's at where run a run of the mill podcast. Yeah. Well, I did give him really taking it from me being the run of
nobody did give 97 a great line back. So she said,
What does he need a line back for? Just to sort of
for me, I think
well, you actually didn't come up with the first line anyway, so you needed to close it. So I guess it's
Yeah, what was the so the line that I I gave Mr. 97 was, I don't listen either.
You actually said that. Don't ever do what he says again? Do not ever do that shit again. Even though it's funny. Yeah,
author others pretty funny.
breaker. Listen. If you
can't fucking do comedy, that's not yours. You're a comedian on stage doing someone else's jokes. I
I'm a writer and he's SNL. Seriously, like, I think it's absolutely fine. Okay, all right. Well, don't do it. tomorrow. We'll have an update from how the day goes. Yeah, yeah.
And good luck in the bath tonight with the dog,
the shower. The shower. That's probably the hardest bit of this whole thing is doing all of that.
It is for one isn't good luck, Mr.
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