- March 20, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss.
Mr 97’s BMC admin declutter
The Squeegee Cult live with 3D Dyl
3D Dyl’s printer
Scaling the cult squeegee
A potential BMC internship
Awesome strangers on the internet
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 307. Happy Wednesday.
Hump Day. That's normally what you say. Yeah,
Hump Day dropped. It would let you take it over.
What do you think of the coffee today?
and coffee was good. Was it another blend? Or that same one that I said was stronger? Yeah, it was the same. That same blend. Yeah. You know, like I am. I like a buddy fireball in the morning. I like it. Just tasting strong and dirty.
30 grams of coffee. Yeah, what's required
magazine? It definitely just gets me buzzing though. I just mind going yeah, almost on the edge. Just start worrying.
You've got me self conscious about me drinking my water. Yeah,
it's annoying. But you can. I didn't
say stop it.
I just said you haven't really brought it you you waited until Ryan john came in before you said anything
actually worked out perfectly because I put that into the Asana, our show preparation platform. And I was like, this will be funny. I can bring this up. And it actually was the perfect platform when Ryan said what annoys you about each other? Yeah. And get rid of that. Then some other things. Definitely. I think it's sometimes I mean, we're in this space of like, searching for the little pieces of nuggets of content. Yeah, that could potentially insult someone
like you. You may be we're getting lighter. Did you notice that with the ryan john stuff. I was going super deep. And you're going real bit ly we're getting slightly nervous that I was.
I can't go hard on you.
I know you asked many things, but it doesn't mean you actually can take the mic. Well,
I wonder if it's just because of like you if you put it out there. Yeah.
No, it's a split says it's a split second decision to decide. And it was actually one that I was thinking about the water bottle. It's it's a funny one. But you know, today's another dynamite and drinking bottle.
Mr. 97 on full time now is our producer.
It's it's bloody brilliant. He's he's got a he's got a buddy.
What do you call it a little job to step like a little honey step. Is that spring in the step? Yeah.
But where he's he's doing a bit of Marie Kondo on all of our shit sorting out some of the
hoarding that we've been doing. Yeah. Specifically on email. Yes. You gave him access to our higher the daily talk show email. Yeah,
well, things are changing. We, as we said on Monday, we're dedicating the whole day to the daily talk show, responding, you know, writing, planning all these things, so it can slip by the wayside when an email does come through. But to be fair, we do mention most, or nearly every single email we get on the show. Yeah,
we do it on the show, but we're not good at then closing the loop and emailing them back. And so that was a criticism that you had of us. 97 Yeah. So have you gone through how many emails have you sent so far? I've got about six or seven drops. gonna hit send out. Okay, signing it off. Mr. 97. And the boys. Yeah.
Love that. And then producer is you putting that I've just done
she could put a little producer on tonight,
there was one that I didn't want you to respond to. Okay. And that was an email from me three day deal.
How many emails in total of 3234567?
I see these conversation changes. Yeah, change with the emails, lyst conversations and more him following up? Yeah, I'd say you sent 10 emails, we've responded back and forth. But it's fair to say we have spoken about it quite a bit on the show. We're fairly excited. His first email to us was on January 30 of this year 2019. And he basically was just saying, Hi, my name is Dylan from Toronto, Canada, loving the podcast, just finishing listening to Episode 264. camels and Mr. misunderstood, which he agreed with. Yeah, I remember writing that out. Yeah. And so this is where the, this is where the love story started on that night, because he informed us that he was a 3d modeling designer, he uses a program called solid works. And he offered to develop the 3d file, would you call it? Yeah, for the squeegee for the squeegee kheiron coat, which when then we could go on and have 3d printed. Here's the thing. That was January. On the 20th of January. He said sorry of February. So a month later, he sent an email saying, Just checking in the end, I've got some good news that I wanted to share with you guys. To help your conquest to fulfill the promise made in the daily talk show of the squeegee someone called making sure we're keeping promises. He bought a 3d printer.
next minute, he's bought tickets to fly out to Melbourne.
it escalated quite quickly. And so we thought would give him a bit of a call on FaceTime. Yeah.
And it seems to discuss he's he's progress. Just all thing. Basically, we're calling him to cover off on all the emails. He said this is the first time that we've ever will ever have a
three day deal. Here he is. Hello. Hello. What's going on? Nice.
Not much. How are you? We're really good.
How good is this? The future is now we can hear Latin.
I know right Josh
Are you recording? I'm just checking. You can't see me. Can you flip your screen? So it goes? Yeah,
sorry. Yeah, there we go. There I
am. I'm creeping
area. There's Tommy's face. Are you dude.
I'm doing good. How are you guys? Yeah, we're really good. So we've just been as you
guys look a lot different from the downward and really flattering us to see I'm used to seeing you guys face on it's different senior from like a low three quarter view. Yeah,
this is an exclusive for you. What do you think of our other angle?
I mean, I can see the ceiling and this one so I think the other angles a little bit.
It takes a bit shit. It takes the glamour away from the forward facing shot that we do put out there. But what's gonna be on my What, what? What time? Is it where you are?
It's right now. It's 713.
Okay, yeah. 715. Right. And temperature wise. It's getting a gauge on the web.
It's it was actually really nice. today. We had a lot of sun. It was like three degrees, four degrees.
Is it snowing? At the moment is it's
no selling yesterday. We're supposed to get more snow later in the week though. snow and rain. Okay, great.
And so we've just been reading out some of your emails, specifically the first one that you sent in January. When was it? January? 18?
January 30? I think it was. And then fast forward four weeks, you bought a 3d printer? And yeah, pretty much. It's already happening. Yeah.
So what's what is the what's the 3d printer that you bought? Give us a bit of a run through geek wise geek out on it.
So geek wise, it's nicer Prince p LA, which is your more environmentally your safer type of plastic that you can print. And he said my prints up to point one of the millimeter which is relatively high quality in terms of what you can get as a budget printer. Overall, it's pretty quiet. Yeah, I have it right next to my bed and I can fall asleep and not have to worry about it. So I can just queue something up to print and I can fall asleep and I wake up and it's done. So you're
actually sleeping in the manufacturing plant. The suede Yeah, pretty I
yeah, I live in like a nine foot by nine foot box. Yeah, half of it's taken up by a bed. The other half is taken up by a desk, and then any loose spaces taken up by the printer.
You have to turn Have you got a laptop going. Can you show us the beer?
So I've got it just over here. So I'm going to take you guys.
There's that's the printer right there.
I'll look at the protein. Did you print that protein container as well?
No, but I should have
keeps me hydrated. And so how many times? How many different prototypes Did you need to do before you nailed the squeegee where it's at the moment?
I had to do a few some of the prints worked out quite well. Some of them didn't try to do a lot of work, especially around the handle area because it has to this to work well. Right. Yeah. So hold your keys. Yeah. So the first one had a very small was a very small hole in a relatively large lip, you couldn't actually get a ring through it kind of sucks. The other one started to print but didn't turn out very well. But that's kind of a look of what you get on the inside of the actual print. And so that way it's
solid piece of plastic material wise, how much is it costing every time that you are doing a prototype?
Each prototype costs about five bucks. Okay, amazing
that you're printing money. They're crazy. And so how many? How many? So how many different prototypes Have you done in total? Or how many versions?
Right? I printed three today? Yeah, three final ones today. So you've got this is the last one that just came off the printer about how half an hour ago? He said that?
The final version before it gets
triggered? Oh, yes. Yeah.
So there's there's some support material on the bottom that gets ripped away, basically. Yeah. And you're just left with the final form. But pretty much about nine, nine or 10 different physical forms before getting into what it was going to look like in the end. Yeah.
So what other stuff Have you been 3d printing?
3d printed a Tron bike? A Tron?
Tron? That's the movie. The it's like a few Josh
doesn't watch movies. No, no.
Ronnie's the strong the big of a mom.
It's pretty old school thing that um, yeah. And then they remade it. It's got like a big front tire. I think you'd see it. It looks real futuristic. Yeah. I hope you guys recognize it to see it. Okay. Yeah,
we printed one of those just a little odds and ends printed a little amount for a roof rack on their friends car. That's because he bought a used car. And it didn't come with a certain amount. So we just we made it up in the in the CAD program. And that's print. Three hours later, it was done 3d, do we I mean,
I think it was Josh that gave you that nickname? Have you now had to pivot everything that you do moving forward in the future having to do 3d design.
I've really started to think about it. I've started to think about changing my social media. Yes, over to 3d.
I think it's got cut for shepherd who we've had on the show a couple of times. I was walking with him this morning. He said yeah, 3d deal got cut for ya. So that's that's positive.
Deal. You've told us a bit about what you've been doing on a 3d deal. Sorry, man. You've told us what you've been doing at uni and stuff like that. What do you Where are you wanting to get into what's your, what's your passion? Because you mentioned making a documentary videos stuff, what's your vibes?
I started out doing a lot of fine art in high school. So a lot of traditional painting and whatnot. And then when I got into school, it started to get more of a graffiti aspect. And then that turned into the sketching that we do in class, and I work as a tutor. So I'm able to further refine what I do based off teaching it.
Most of it right now is basically pen, digital concept sketching. And that's something that I really like to get into in the future. But then there's also the whole creation aspect of videos, photography, graphic design, I don't really want to restrict myself in one specific thing. I'd say if I can do more of what I love doing and less of what I don't love doing.
What's your thought on a passion project? Because essentially, this is a passion project that you're doing. How much time are you spending on doing stuff that has no real sensical monetary value?
sensical. not yet
ready to do this is the best decision you've ever made,
not monetary. Financially,
it's fucked for you, outside of
what's your What's your thoughts on what you're doing where you want to get to, and doing all that free work?
I definitely want if it can be free work for now. And that's cool. But if I can turn it into something that becomes something totally beyond what I ever expected. And that's totally cool. I definitely think that having a passion project and working on something, because like I'm in I'm in school full time. So that takes up a lot of time. But you Everyone needs time to just distress and kind of have their own space, do their own thing. Like sort of breakout creatively. Yeah. So I think it's crucial. And like when I when I was in my second year, it was just school all the time. And by the end of the eight months, I was totally blown out. Like I was completely done. And I just took the four months over the summer and just did whatever I wanted to do just did random, random artwork, random paintings, graphics, just stuff that was never related to school stuff that no one was ever going to see. Just to sort of refresh the the creative filter.
Have you ever bought anything? On Alibaba?
No, I've looked a lot on Alibaba, but I've never actually bought anything. I don't I don't trust Chinese. manufacturer. We only get our stuff made in Canada. Yeah.
now. Always. Yeah. I mean, it's probably too late. But having made in Canada,
in Canada would be we can get that we can get that on
there. Yeah, that just cost him 45.
Surely this is there's a way of doing it. The cuz I was wondering like if, what would the process be if we want to say if someone wanted to make 1000 of these, you have the 3d printed version? This is for our small cult. If down the track, we wanted to expand and say scale
the call to scale the coach
scale the call? Yeah, what would the what would the actual process be? Would you just give those CAD files to someone on algebra burn hope for the best,
he probably you'd have to send it to some kind of something this big would probably just be injection molded with with some type of a plastic. Yeah. And to do that, you'd basically you'd have your CAD file, some would would someone would probably remake the CAD file to fit certain specific specifications that you need with injection molding. And from there, you would probably the manufacturer would probably end up getting a mold custom made for it. Which is starting probably going to run you anywhere from 15 to 20 grand just to get the mold made. I mean, we're
willing to invest in the car
that's big money. It's a lot of money big money. I think we could probably Yeah, we could manual manual labor probably be cheaper for us to get to get Mr. 97 just to make them from some
there's there's another way to approach it though. It's a little more hand crafted way you have this you which is the 3d printed part. You guys ever heard of fantastic
So basically, what you do is you have your your have your original part of what you want, and you have to two halves to a mold that has this really badass sand in it that basically doesn't melt when you heat it up. So you pack your your part and really tight and you sandwich the two halves of them all together and it creates an imprint kinda like Plato cool of your part. And then you close the molds puts into put the two halves together and now there's an empty cavity of this shape inside. And there's a filler hole that you pour liquid metal in and that basically will then fill this up it won't melt the sand. Yeah. Once it's done, you take the two molds and now you have a solid metal
Do you know I've seen that
soap being made like the candles to get like made of mines got this company that has a bell that he's more acts and it's for bills the bills by truecar so surfboard wax at ease had created its firstly do
3d do. Do you
know what the origins of the squeegee just just wanted to check in on that? Yeah, yeah, I am.
I'm quite aware of that. Now let's go my my dad, my dad was a little confused. He's like, why is it a squeegee like that? Makes no sense yet. Okay, hold on. And listen. So I
were driving home from getting the past my passport, reapplied for it. Because I had to reapply for the passport. So we're driving home. And I plugged the episode 14 into the car system and he knows it. I said, Okay, just just started around here. And then he listened to it. He's just driving. He's got this stoic face, and Josh
says what he does with the squeegee.
He doesn't he gives me this look of like,
this is what you do like this lunatic.
Come on dad. And we will explore.
I could imagine actually being if you could do the squeegee at scale as a soap, like that exact thing. Turn it into a shower soap, we could have a little bit of rope and you could hang it.
Don't drop the soap shower. And the other option is latex.
could do that as a visual as well. There's many options. To get
on an episode 14, we should just scratch onto it. Have Episode 40. I mean, we don't want people like you want us it's a pay cocking move. You're like, what's that? Don't worry. Yeah,
it's all part of the call. I don't necessarily I mean, the brands developed. Episode 14 was a long time ago. And we all move on. And so there's definitely there's a part of me, which wants to own my history. Yeah, there's also a time to move on. I feel like this is the sort of squeegee in the sand to sort of be able to say, you know, this is the final bit of squeegee merge yet will ever do.
Well, it's a limited edition. Yeah, there's only a certain amount of people in the cult will have to find one of your new things that happened in life or one. Something that I do, yeah,
that we really, I don't know, I'll work it out.
We get let's
get through this process. First three day deal. Sorry about our horrendous email etiquette. Mr. 97 is now full, full time with us. And he was having a girl with us because we've got all these emails. And because what we do is we read them out on the show for people and we respond on there. But then we forget to email back. But you sent us an email at a big media company email address, which wasn't
where the emails originally came through. Yeah,
exactly. So this was more of a official official type of thing. You've seen that you've sent it to big media company. Now you're actually starting to see what big media companies like you're saying outside of the wooden wall, you're saying the cracks? cracks up. So we've never we've never done it before. But what you're saying is, so as part of your uni, you or you know, type, whatever it is, you can do placement or something. How does it Can you explain it all?
Basically, what they want us to do before going into our fourth year, which is our thesis year, where we basically spend a year working on one big cumulative project, they want us to get an experience of actually working in the creative industry, whether it's working in a manufacturing place, or a concept place, or various other kinds of things. A lot of people work in a photography studio, or graphic design companies. But basically, it's the whole idea is to get real world experience. Yeah. Outside, not just in school, because in school, it sort of kind of gets filtered a little bit. Yeah, everyone sort of works off the same principles, and the projects just keep getting recycled over and over. So basically, the whole idea of the internship is there either paid or unpaid, it depends on the company. But the student in this case myself, goes to the particular company and basically works for them for the summer. For a four month period,
do you know what the deal
is with like, Is it because you're in we're in the Commonwealth and stuff is it like very easy where you can just get what sort of visa D Come on d&i.
I'm not 100% sure, but I don't think it's a super arduous process. Yeah, there I was talking to one of my profs about it. She actually used to live in Melbourne cool when she was a student when she was
gonna say What's her name?
know who it is? This
was Catherine child.
nickname. Okay, cool. So because the thing is
so your mates doing a lot of their placements overseas within Canada is where I'm going right
right right now I believe there's one person that's going to Denmark okay. Which to do his half how's that away
from where you are flying
from on a plane
I want to say Denmark is 1011 hours I could be totally wrong there but that all
and and jack on a few more is what it takes to get to Australia Yeah. And what Yeah, what you what you've proposed to us is that you want to venture out here down under come to mail them and help out the boys and you've got
Have you got flights Did you say where you at with things?
I've looked at flights right now waiting I've just reapply for my passport so I'm waiting for that to show up? Yeah, I have an ETA which is an electronic travel authority which basically means I'm allowed to go into Australia but that one doesn't permit me to work or make any money when I'm when we would get Yeah, yeah.
But basically I'm just waiting on the passport and as soon as the passport shows up I can book flights and sort of sorted a living condition yeah
get those a Canada flights Josh
Exactly. Found a cheap
And will surely Air Canada and then it connects to Air New Zealand I think. Yeah.
And New Zealand right. So I reckon what we can I reckon one of the things TJ always gets nervous when I get on the show because I'm I'm Mr. Promise Janssen I love making good promise
80% of the promise lyst yes Josh his promises. Yeah,
I reckon. I mean, there's a few things I reckon we need to find out the legalities of it all like what we have to do like it because if it's I reckon what would be safe is if we, if it was easy for us to sign you up and do it all we've got all these different networks in Melbourne, like the quad lock guys that are building like they've got their own houses that mounts onto bikes and all that sort of thing. Yeah. So a bunch of different people and even your bro
Yeah, what he does, yeah,
what is it? Yeah, he wish we can be called AGR. And so they manufacture basically got from start to finish manufacturing process design through to, you know, big machine printing and cutting metal cutting. They do like installs for you know, calls, which is a supermarket over here and red balls, one of the old clients they make their business actually makes all the molds for the back of Utes tracks. So, yeah, yeah, it's unbelievable, based out of Britain, but he's my brother heads up the Melbourne
Sydney office and your bro even made helmets. Yeah, design
the stuff that you do deal 3d deal I saw, you know, some of those sketches and on your Instagram, so so my brother used to spend hours just like carving out, you know, with a pen, but then he got like, he would actually do molds of helmets. And so he designed a helmet that was in the Tour de France. He was an industrial designer. That was the course I did.
So I reckon we should work out like What the? If we can, whatever we can do it now into help in regards to signing stuff off hooking you up with all of our mates around Melbourne. I think that'd be something Yeah,
definitely. I mean, this is the vetting process to say that you know the killer Yeah, you definitely kill I don't think a killer would print three day squeegees for us.
Maybe we would I reckon that's exactly what
you're saying. Yeah.
Kill Yeah, exactly. If it could be a Netflix original series. Yeah. Crimes very in at the moment.
I mean, will die. So my thinking on making a documentary about the founders of big media company? Yeah.
It would be interesting because I used to i,
search engine optimized my old website a lot. So I get so many people, emailing asking like, Hey, I'm from Spain, and this place or that place? can I do? placement or whatever, but I've never actually looked into what it would take. Yeah,
that'd be this is the thing we like Mr. 97. shooting through. It's like, it's all about timing, where we're at and where you're at. It's the so many things at play, and how much a flight? Yeah, well, the
other thing we can do I mean, accommodations probably going to be the hardest thing. I don't know if you heard we like sleep overs. I don't know about four months of sleep over
four months of sleep overs a little Yeah.
And then missing is seven. You're gonna have to ask him if you can sleep in his work.
there's a lot going on there. But I reckon the other thing too, is where we've got a lot of listeners in Melbourne. So you say three day deal isn't fucking crazy, as far as we're aware.
So what is the plan you need to get? What do you need? Yeah. What do you need? To come to Australia to work? Yeah, or to visit? Well, so to do your work experience or to do your What do you call it? Like an internship? what's what's that look like?
to do my internship? I basically need I actually wrote it down. It's on my phone somewhere here.
You can even use this video was your visa applicant? Yeah,
it's a working holiday visa. Okay. Yeah. Which basically allows me to support myself, and for learning and experiences. Okay, great. That's basically the classification of it. Do you
know if you can, you can work within your skill? Like is I wonder if that's like, skill? I believe so. Yeah.
Perfect. I think I think you can sort of be asset so that it fits. Yeah.
And then you need, like, as far as uni goes, are you having to sign off on ours committed? Yeah,
I have a whole, they gave us a whole package of sheets that has to be filled out by the employer within 48 hours of accepting an internship. And then from there, you're just logging hours. And if you're, if it's an unpaid internship, you're just there for the time. It's a bit of a different process. But it's basically saying that you show up and you're actually doing stuff. They make us write like a report about it and talk about our experience and whatnot.
And what would you want to get out of it? What's the main things you want to walk away with?
just exploring a different industry? Like, because I think the whole design and manufacturing and the whole production aspect of everything is totally different. In Australia, and the same way that is totally different from what we have here in Canada the same way that it's different from places that you get over in Europe. Yeah, it's like experiencing a totally different culture of design and production and processing and how we approach different things and companies as well.
Sonic so they let you take four months off uni.
What's like summer is it is that like, it's it's
during our summer, so your guys's winter, I guess but basically, between between May and August, those months before fourth year are allocated to a workplace or
3d deal will be walking around in the singlet in the temperatures that we have. Yeah, no, but nothing compared to where you are.
And so would you want to do start with big media company? Would you want to do stuff on the show? Could you imagine like it from
you know, doing different sort of stuff, obviously talking about video and photo night. So I think does that stuff interest you as well on? Or do you just want to use this as a name?
I think it's video is something that I never really explored as a kid. I always thought I was good at photography. And that actually started to learn how to take proper photos. Yeah, but I think that's definitely something that I would like to get into. Because for a lot of our projects, now, we have to make a video for the product. And all of our video making experiences so primitive, all these shitty little 32nd videos get done in I movie or some something like that. And they look like crap. But I think exploring outside of that gaining experience in the digital realm of media is something that they don't really emphasize at school here. We've we've only just gotten our first digit sketching class.
So what would digital sketching day,
it's like, you guys know, you guys know like the Apple Pencil, and all that stuff. Basically, using those there's other
tablets like way calm and other tablets that allow you to digitally sketch the same way that you would on paper. But you have a whole lot more creativity and control. Yeah, kind of like Photoshop, in a way where you'd have different different brushes and stuff.
Heaps of Alice's using that before they go to Canvas. Yeah,
so they get lamb was doing a bunch of stuff on her iPad. Yeah,
well, you got a leg up. Might we use our movie here at big metal?
Well, I reckon we should do a Kickstarter video for the squeegee. Maybe we could do you know, if we were to extend it. One extra level? Yeah.
It could be all
them when they could be some sort of buying process short run. Create a whole Apple esque style squeegee talking to the designer, like a
high rated Yeah,
but really fucking over Baker.
What? How big is that 3d printer? I know I saw it. But in terms of transporting to Australia.
transporting it. It's completely doable. But I have a feeling it's it would be a very expensive box. Yeah,
I reckon. Maybe we just buy one. Well, my blog gets right into the 3d printing stuff. So I'll have to find out what he's what he's got. He gets really into it. I'd
be good good to have one just working away over there. While we're doing the show,
can't even hear it will lock even just got a lease on a new place where it's in. They got a machine that just does vibrate, like that vibe, right? And so they had it in their office set up so that they could test their bike mount all the different mounts. The problem being that it would shake the whole building. And so now they've got the they're in this sort of under ground concreted sort of
like a Yeah, just like a dedicated shake room.
So we've got to do a video. That's what you got to be staying. Exactly. So you could wind if you can sleep with a 3d printer. What's a little bit of
what's a little bit of vibration? Exactly.
keep us updated will be on the email and stuff and working it out. Yeah. Yeah,
I'm super pumped. Exciting, dude.
So nice to meet you. Yeah,
it was awesome. Awesome. Thanks. Ready to
see Friday deal. Yeah, there is. Oh, he's just his shot. Something is
amazing. I love that. I love it when you meet people on the internet that aren't
I mean, I have been a big What do you call proponent or celebrated of meeting people online? You have
you have and I mean, sometimes it I'm in the silver ended really badly for you
know, I'm trying to think like that differently.
When I was even younger, I was doing it. Like I remember meeting people when I was maybe like 18 or 19. Mr. 97. You do it all the time. You're meeting people from the internet. Think about us. Obviously it was through the internet. Yeah,
the two guys that he spends the most time with, met on the internet. He met on the internet. I was walking along the other day with you and Josh and I was thinking that I was like, so this weird, like four or five months ago, Mr. 97 didn't even know who he was. And now he's hanging I guess it's like Josh like, going to a new job. You end up having all these new mates that you didn't know before. But the difference is the internet stuff. Yeah.
I would love to be able to like how much fun was that? Yeah, it would be good to be out like the main thing is we have video hopefully that video actually. I think it worked. Yeah. Which is good. Would be great to get more of that type of stuff, where if we have people on, you can see them.
I guess. I mean, this is where you see people with huge audiences. And if they open floodgate, it'd be crazy. So how do you
how do you vet it? You can't really vet it. You just got to give it a crack. Yeah, yeah.
And we gave it a crack with deal in these three day to start with right. Yeah,
gonna ask you about had some tattoos. Hi, the daily talk show.com if you want to send us an email, anything else that you want to bring up?
stickers, they are over there. There's a whole heap of envelopes they're going out this week.
majority of them are international Sweden, the UK
mission is seven any admin that you want to bring up
anything and thanks.
Happy Wednesday. When I say tomorrow say guys