- July 17, 2019
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show podcast, Josh makes an apology, Tommy tells us about wanting to move to the suburbs, and we talk about why we haven’t been back to the moon yet.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
– Josh’s apology
– Looking for a new house
– Living on campus
– Leftovers and meal prep
– Josh’s ideal cottage house
– Revisiting 9/11 through radio
– Why haven’t we gone back to the moon
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It's a daily Talk Show Episode 396 what's happening guys? What's going on? Sorry, sorry for screwing up on the way 10 k well you screwed up night and it's forgiven. Mr. 90 SR eight three they do actually just came in and drop that bombshell. And that is the first time in 393 episodes that Josh is fucked up. The name the title I've done
well, it's been a long time between fucking fuck ups. Yeah.
I was stuffed up I was like, I'm gonna try and sweat said fuck six times. Yeah, I'll say stuff up. He starts out it actually doesn't matter. I remember we did a whole episode on swearing over the weekend. He said to 93 when it was 393 Yeah. So well three day deal brought it up but missing I seven actually I think Did you slack me or text me? Yeah, we had a call after the show the other
And I just played it. That's fine. What are we talking about on
the NES? We're just talking about like uses. FQ nap is hooked us up with we're getting our storage sorted. So um, yes CHNQ nap. So we've got terabytes and terabytes of storage. So we're transferring it all. How excited does that get you? Yeah, I mean, we talked about early days we talked about a digital job.
And it's significant. Digital job is real. No, because it what it means is that we can all edit off the same drives. Yeah, I mean, whatever floats your boat. It's, it's exciting. Yeah. Can you just quickly do a dandruff dab? Really?
Dangerous going on? Yeah.
It's been snowing.
Sorry, everyone I've been trying to So Amy is going to have a look at a few homes for us to live in. Really? Yeah, I think it's time we need upgrade. We need all of us. We're all back.
There'll be one of you to sleep over and it won't be Josh. Does this mean suburb life? Yeah, suburb life I've, I mean I've always lived. I was lucky enough to grow up in a lovely suburb. Luckily that my parents like this is for people who aren't from Melbourne. For me. I would have described it as inner city Okay, it is in a city but it is classes a suburb the suburb is called garden Valley turned into Brighton my mom and dad more cash Doncaster. I thought city shows suburban suburban living. I know what you mean. Yeah. My mom and dad were going to potentially buy a place up in the hills because dad bought into a nursery business. Really, it ended up going and lost a bunch of cash. Let's not do luckily didn't lose the home. Yeah, very likely that they had bought in Brighton and they ended up staying there. So that was at an age where we were very young and it would have changed.
Everything, we probably wouldn't know each other. So it's like every thing we do, right? I wouldn't be here. Probably not here, Mr. 97. Wouldn't be I wonder if you would have done that thing with a squeegee you had I
actually would never know. It's so funny. Like,
there's something about like the cyclical nature of life because you're talking about that. And literally this morning, I was saying a Bray, I want to and I've said this to Mr. 97. Already, I put it out in the open yesterday, Jeremy, what I said to I sort of said, okay, you want to you want to cottage half seven? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, you could get a coach house for what you pay for your rental property, I pay less now than what I used to do. I know, you could have got a fucking mansion federal price that you'd pay. So we were looking at properties a bit further out. I mean, only the same distance from our studio as it is back to security. So it's like the exact same distance travelled type, but you get just triple
quadruple the space. And I've never been one to like I've always enjoyed living in apartments and stuff. But then when you have a kid, it's just this. You see why we just spread out. We just you know, people have a garage. There'll be a garage, really, you know, my storey because Maven did this as well, Hey, Dad of the suburb and what's a non negotiable that I wants? What he is trying to say, I hate the process of looking for places I CPF cannot be fudged. And I've said to me police will actually prefer saying fact rather than fight. Yeah, look, I can't be fact. I've got too much that I'm thinking about going to do this show bit annoying. So I said, and I've kind of resigned myself to the fact that she will do the decision making and almost failing. Yeah, been doing it for a while it's letting go because otherwise you just start controlling. It's like, I'm not that fancy. But then you just complain about everything. It's like when you say what do you want? I say what do you want to eat and so look, I'm pretty flexible. I am pretty flexible.
What a fucking main Mexican Thai
pizza burgers what the only
the only thing I don't want to sushi okay because Do you know how much fucking how many carbs Look how many carbs are in sushi yeah IN pizzas is just fucking godson yeah anyway My point is that it's you see sushi is this fucking healthy thing it's not that far off three three non negotiable
air conditioning have to air conditioning does not guarantee heating well if it's a if it's an air con if it's a conditioning is a cop yeah as well so air conditioned to split system which most people have if it's directed heating it's not going to be a cool little bit different but the word air conditioning I needed air conditioner yes also use that term bogged down in that because then that is both just need to be warm. I just want that I think it's 2000 fucking not tight. It's it is most places
Have them 10 years ago, it would have been like getting a good price hadn't a con. It's a lot. It's cheap now, really. 10 years ago, a lot of rental properties wouldn't like all the properties. Remember, they weren't built with them in all the properties now the new apartment living exactly and they come with it. You're not going to get one with it. So that's one so econ dishwasher. I just wanted dishwasher. I think it I'm he thinks we should wash the dishes. You know, it's like, I just can be fact doing that. I don't want to have to do that. I like being able to rinse and put him in. I don't know there's something about it. Do you not have a dishwasher at the moment? I do. I'm saying if we move on to a new place, we can see. I mean, you've probably grown up with dishwasher. Yeah, I've lived in places without dishwasher. In fact, in the US, which isn't commonplace here in Australia. I don't believe in Australia. We don't have I think it's called like the heating plates. And the applies now underneath in the dishwasher. Okay, yeah, because a friend
From the US said that when she moved here, all the dishwashers in Australia stink. Interesting, but she was saying they don't stink because there's some form of heating element within three day doesn't look like he believes me. No, I'm just a bit confused. I'm not I'm not too sure what you're talking about. Yeah, I've never heard of a day that I think most.
Most dishwashers have a heating element. It dry like a dry Yes, yes, yes. Yeah, most of them do now. Okay. I mean, you only used one for the first time a couple of weeks ago wonder if else has one. I'm sure it would it would just have like a final dry. Some are better than others though. So, so you've got a con dishwasher. What's the other one was just quite backyard broad and vague. It
doesn't feel old, then feel really old. I just I lived in this hack share house that had a greyhound. I met the guy through my hairdresser. Put me on to him. And we caught up the landlord had a greyhound.
landlord had a great hand. Well, he was just renting it off somebody, but it was an old house.
shit everywhere at the back because the guy hand was dumping every one night one day the guy hand was in my bed. And I was like, trying to get him out. It was nice dog lovely there so so they've got a beautiful
little though. I pushed him out
of bed Really?
What was your house? I guess that's not another non negotiable you're not sharing. Yeah, so there's there's the three kind of new kind of newish feel. Whether it's the first capital whatever, Is that too much as is that? I think that's absolutely fine. I think all of those things. If you get a god and i wonder if you going to have to maintain it always tell properties work now they'll look right look, that's part of the lease. Most most of your other places where you living. There's some areas. I believe there's some rental places where it's like
We have like sometimes the owner's daughter, whatever. Fuck How about this? Before we get to this heating element thing. We've had all these issues with the icons and stuff with our apartment, right? Remember was making that Bang, Bang Bang, like was making a thumping noise. You just, I mean, you just given up you just one doesn't work, we use the other. And then Bry had been hounding the property managers because he just hadn't been getting back. Sounds like it. I mean, they've been true to Joe spot on. Definitely on the right person because they haven't gotten back yet. But
they had we had someone from Dakin do I can take him taking taken you inspected and what they said, this is boring, but but what it turns out was they put a water pump like the different type of pump.
Where it was it was actually working fine, but that was just the water pump like it's
doing. Anyway. We also had this issue when we were moving in, where the kitchen cabinet wouldn't close.
properly. I spotted it when before you live in move. Yeah. And so I took a photo centred across, and it doesn't bother me that much. I saw the property manager take a photo of it. Yeah. And look at it and then she knew I was there so she I think that's probably why she took the photo. Yeah, she's like, sees that someone spots. So I did that. And so the funny thing is that Bray has been emailing the property manager, probably every two weeks since we moved in. That was in February. What do you got on property manager? Yeah, no. But anyway, so Bry ended up escalating it because she got she was getting auto responders back to cheap all the fire alarm, you
know, she said she sent it to like the manager or whatever. I said, What's the deal? And then all of a sudden, things were getting sorted. And Bry was told the other day, hey, we've got
what is it like a handyman coming? Yeah, to fix the cabinet.
Anyway, so bright, takes a day off. Work. She's working from home and
She gets a message saying, Hey, I'm on my way. And the person arrives at a lady she goes, I bet you weren't expecting a woman were you? She's like, no like, I think it's grinds like it's so good anyway.
She was like looking at it's like okay, so what's wrong? And then she's like, looking around she said, Oh, by the way, I'm actually the owner. Oh wow. And so the thing was that Bry was sort of pissed off because she could be only couldn't fucking fix the cat the things I've always taken the the day off work or not day off work. She's working from home to do it.
But then it's also should the if the owner is coming, do you think that it is polite to maybe say hey, I'm on the owner. I'm coming or do you think it's okay to do a bit of a Haha, I mean, I'm the owner. I think if it's the owner and they can't fucking fix it, you're useless. Don't come. What's the thing she's like, my husband was actually my
To come, he's the handyman.
So we're going to just we'll have to come back another day. But you
thought it was gonna be man, but then you're not a handyman that could have apparent Bry said she didn't bring some tools, but didn't do anything with them. She looked at and goes, Okay.
Yeah, that's nice. So how far along are you on looking for place? I nothing. We haven't seen one yet. But Amy's going today to have a look. And this is the thing I'm not going. So I've, I've decided she can find us. How did you get to that point? Like, what's the
I mean, that's perfect. That's exactly what how
do I know but it's usually not my approach. I like to be across the approach. I think that it's not being helpful. Yeah.
The biggest thing you can do sometimes is be like, you know what, I don't fucking care. I'm not getting involved. Because the only thing that I can add is like, not only
Like I'm not really into that which is credit for i can i can get used to anything but then I guess it's the work on yourself where you don't want to find the flaws in it because someone else has put in the effort. It's like expecting a sheet coffee and then you get it. It's like you're looking for it. Why said I literally said yes to every every place that brain I went to. I was like, Yeah, right. You slept but you're only saying that because you can't be fact. Yeah, yeah. Correct. Yeah, that's what
I mean. That's, I mean, is that a bad quality? Yeah, I mean, you don't want to is it is do you think it's a bad quality or not? Because brains like but there's not really that much room. I'm like, I'll make it work. If it means to do another fucking Saturday where there's 20 people looking at us. It's not a nice yeah, Berens. Mr. Nice. Evan, you have it. You're not the net. It's It's gross. Have you are you you still live at home three day deal? No, I live in a place in Toronto. Is that on campus?
Just off it's just off campus. And what's the
What's the deal? Like? Did you get to because you were saying
you going to hang a black sheet
on the wall which sounded like the most depressing thing I've ever if I can like because you can't paint you can't like I can't I can't repaint the walls and the place that I'm living in and the place that I live there says the landlord is I actually specifically say I say, they say in the least for this building that we have that we can't have a goldfish. Really kind of really not kind of fish any fish.
We pounded the wall
I don't know if it said that. But we'll pay in the back after this. The thing Don't tell me about all the tuna cans we have.
Just quickly I was walking in a low level comedy.
Like everyone laughed, you know, I'm pointing out my he's got he's feeling a bit self conscious because Mr. 97 said that he finds may
Did you haven't played at 300? About 1000 times I literally was, I cold out missing it seven just before in a meeting because I was talking to smiling. I said, Why are you smiling? He said, Hi. I just got a message to say that the washing, our T shirts are all Brown. And then I realised that I'd put them in with the shitty shades from the dark. Is that what happened? Yeah, well, I mean, I watched our associates in a separate thing, but it just occurred to me that it might have actually standard t shirts letter is not my T shirts. It's Andres t shirt. He's just having a good time. Yeah, he's the reason you always ask him is because you're thinking about and it's funny, because I think I was picking my face at the time.
So if you like you front foot it you like What are you looking at? Yeah.
I actually just glanced your way I'm sorry. ingrown and so sort of flying. You always have an ingredient. Missing only seven. He thinks I'm funny, but I was walking along. But just quickly, when did he say you're funny? I can't
It would have been what the past like two weeks. Yeah.
We were talking about funny people and
yeah, and then he said I was funny. So anyway, I was walking along saw this guy looking at him walking across the lights on my back. I know that guy and just kept on looking up at him. Like, I definitely know who that is. And I forgot I didn't know who it was. Until yesterday, when it just you know, the fucking hits us just like some reason that memories flooded into my own brain. Yeah, it was our It was our property manager. Nick. Are you so Nick? burning the midnight oil? Nick. NE is looking at me I fucking would have seemed like a rude rude malefactor. Did he? Did he see you? I think he did. Yeah.
He probably thinks I'm funny. It's
actually done. I don't remember any of that funny. Now you'd walk out those memories. Anyway, three day deal. Sorry. You've put a sheet up on your bloody wall. You're in dire straits. Yeah. Yeah.
It's a it's a shitty cream colour, and it's kind of gross. Do you have aspirations to move to somewhere nice like you're gonna, you're moving into work in the next couple of years. Yeah, we can actually start making some cash is anyone not aspiring to live somewhere nice? I think I'm okay. I've lived in ship. I've lived in a good place and went to a shitty place and went back to a nice each place and then went to an average place. There's a problem. I that was a standard I hadn't addressed my standard. I was just saying yes, you'll probably do what I do with every single part of me Don't Yeah, you know, but I was like, what's just for this moment? This is a good thing. I can save some money here. I don't. I wanted to change my standard. And I'm thinking I think now if I go and look if if all went to shit and lost everything. I would live in a dump. I wouldn't care. It doesn't have to be dumped though doesn't but you can have a cheap place. If you're getting a house for 300 bucks a week. Chances dump you're not getting enough.
Yeah that's lucky on a rental market I'm pretty sure I can
get a brand new fucking four bedrooms a lot of sheep at all. But my point My point being is I want to each time I go forward there is something that is a step up it whether that be
so what's the step step up it's just being a bigger place actor and in a not in a nice area but it's still not the thing is, it's still not where I want to live in terms of ideal suburb. But it's a that's why I'm saying I can't have a downgrade from this into this shitty house. So I want it to feel the same as what where we currently live just a nice small two bedroom apartment. What about not non negotiable is about needing to be close to like cafes or something. Now I've I've removed myself changed based on having body I would prefer having some sick parks where we can turn around and we've got the car and you can drive 10 minutes to a place of five
minutes to a cafe where we live now we walked out to you by McMaster maybe now just
I'll just drink fucking
Nescafe. Yeah. Well, if you're tuning into the next cafe and before you know it, you'll be sitting on the porch, the porch, ticked all the diversity boxes, like, seriously, you should watch it. It's like, super, it's lovely multicultural. Like it was it's a funny by just
two blokes who don't look like their mates
having a nice cafe. And so you're going to move out to do you think to
Yeah, what's the what's the aspirations for in Canada? Like if we were living out in the burbs it might be to get into in a CD south, you know, like, we know you sort of know the, the sort of what were the
what were the options when you got your first this place that's got the shitty crane walls? Yeah. Is that like
Did you get to pick that place? Like what? Is it still connected to the university or no, not exactly. I was I was put on to that place by one of my friends. He had lived there for the last two years and he was like, I wanted to get out of the residence a because it's so expensive because it's kind of gross. What's expensive What does it cost? There's like 10 grand just to live
Yeah, for eight months and you get like shitty food or you get food as well yeah, but it's it's kind of garbage what sort of so this is because I've got no Do we have this in Australia can live on it's extremely expensive. It's Yeah, it's it's on campus living like a residence house for the school. It's a big baby like, isn't it like just big babies and like school?
Do they do sloppy joes in Canada? Yeah, you can live in decon. I've been made a video out near
like the field awesome shot Monash Clayton across the road this week video did that and then across the road from that is where
filmed a video of these people who lived on campus and they have a big cafeteria area I mean you just so in that sort of high school on steroids
high school with alcohol the progression from I mean a lot of the people left from bit you know out of like ben de gallo or or further or interstate they come there it's not I I was there on that I couldn't do this dorm rooms and shit well when I went visited Boulder Colorado, which is like a college city
so what they call it college city, college town, college town. Yeah.
Just college kids everywhere just like the cafe was like, packed with that you couldn't get a seat because they're on their laptops and stuff. I just said to break them. I could do this lifestyle. You could Yeah, I was gonna be mates with people. You could be the fucking the one that just keeps to himself noise cancelling headphones hoodie Mark Mark second. Yeah, yeah. Wait, Marco. I can barely went to Harvard. Yeah, never heard a different.
Harvard's kind of real prima
Yeah, I wonder what their residency is like they fucked expensive. Yeah, yeah, whack expensive. And so in the US so 10 Grand 10 months 10 grand on top of 10 grand for school show. So it was it was just another added cost. And I wanted to get out of there just because it wasn't a good vibe in the residence. So this is before you. Okay, so this isn't your current situation. This is the previous one. Yeah, this is when I was in second year. So going into my third year, which is last year.
My friend was like, Yeah, I've got this place and it's it's like, five 550 bucks a month. Because about 500 times times five 840 it's about what you paid about four grand Yep. Which basically cut living costs in half add like 1000 1500 bucks for food over the course of a year. Yeah, budget. And then you can make your own stuff. Exactly. I have a stove because I'm not allowed to have a stove or even a hot plate in my room is a big babies. Yeah, they're afraid to kids gonna burn the entire place down likely and you have to take it
as well like if you sit the fire smoke
Yeah, like some kids set the fire alarm off and it's a it's a $500 per fire truck that shows up cold. And most of the time the Toronto Fire Department will send three to four trucks.
And so I just I just wanted my own place and like a couch. Having a living room with a couch was kind of cool. So and so it was still an upgrade even though it has Shelly Kramer it was still an upgrade even though it's in the basement in a not an ideal neighbourhood. But in terms of the houses that are around there. This house is is Primo basement means there's no windows. No, there's windows, you're you're supposed to have egress windows to make it without this first word. an egress window EE grass, grass, what do you see? Somebody of emergence is some type of like if there's a fire in the basement, you got it. You can crawl like a man. It's Yeah, does the snow come up and cover the window?
I mean, I like
the idea of being Snowden. Snowden. I mean, you and I were talking about the other day. Yeah. My drain situation is
so you don't have to go.
But a fridge full of
The How good was that time by the way really good. I'm made the best decision on Saturday night. I was like, right, let's get Thai.
And she's like, okay, let's get two dishes in a rice. Yeah. I said now let's get three dishes and two Rice's and we'll have leftovers so good.
And I had the left. Yeah. And so I do have Dylan Dylan. I had the leftovers the following day. It was delicious. It was better the next day was amazing. Yeah. And so I have the not have not he only had the just got that the leftovers. He's just getting the bills. So it was delicious. It's a great
was amazed good tip I reckon, because then you're not getting stung by to labour rates fees if you get food prepping is I mean that's my it's it's the it's the gateway drug to food prep. Isn't it? Take like,
leftovers. Yeah. Well, I was always you can ask my family. Yeah, if your problem is I want eat leftovers like a bunch of fancy paper. There are people who are like, you know, the people that don't need leftovers privilege. The people that say, you know, I don't like water. And the water was your biggest Bogan I've ever known. Yeah, if I know you, if you don't like what you don't like, if you have said that you like me even said it, because I don't like water. She know she said it at a time in my life. I have said I don't like water. It's like, Well, you know, it doesn't fucking matter if you like it or not just don't even have that in the equation. It's it's your life juice. That's a good point.
I mean, I understand like Trevor long doesn't like strawberry water. I understand that more.
I understand because you can look like water is not something that should be even up for discussion is just a thing. Like it's a whit, like, what is the phone? I don't know. But don't even complicate life by thinking too good or bad flavour. So what was that window cold and what does it mean he grace window egress? Yeah was it mean? It's it's a place that you can leave from like an exit out right so to have a legal room you need a window in there because if there's a fire in the room there's no egress window you can't get out you're going to die. Yeah kind of shitty on the land. That's why our friend Oscar Gordon went on the same same deal. Yeah, same deal the room with no windows. Yeah, that's it. So do you have housemates then? Yeah, I live with my friend Zack and then another guy Jason and then two other new people. So if it's only if you're only paying to pay for eight months a year, yeah, I have to pay for eight months. And so what happens? What happens to your bedroom for the other four months, like during the time now like back home between May June, July and August.
I don't think there's anyone living in my room specifically, but there are. I think there's three other people living in the house for the summertime. What are they doing? They could be doing summer school or are working nearby. I can't So did you have to clear your whole place you some time? Yeah, I cleared my own place so you can see the Viking room. Yep. The bed. Yeah, no bed in there. No, there's no bed in there. There's a little baby doesn't need a bed. doesn't even know.
Nothing doesn't need a pillow. a pillow when I sleep on the floor. Yeah. I could believe that. No, I think there is something appealing. Like I was thinking about so what I've been saying to brain is on the point of the cottage thing. She was giving me push back this morning, because I was like,
there's a place in Tasmania called Stanley.
And I remember brain I went there for our first holiday 2008 2008 and it is like where the ocean meets like Cliff tops type of thing in Tennessee.
greenery you say cals and shit and that's it. Right? And so I was saying it'd be really cool to have a place in Stanley and the only there's only one thing that it needs
five j no 97 What is it? a gigabit fibre optic connexion gigabit fibre?
internet I think YEN it Yeah. So I'd like a high quick like really quick because then and so what I was saying to braise like okay, think it blue sky thinking. I would like to have a cottage where we have the daily talk show studio set up by the Josh Studio.
I have a high quality camera could be probably the size of this studio now. Maybe a tiny bit smaller is a nice couch can sit down I work in it as well. And about
three months on three months off. So three months I I'm there and then I actually like I know
So this is what you think you'd actually not like.
Do you think you'd actually like not being around people so
like now, but why don't you miss the guys? Like, why
would I, there's a energy that you get from me for granted maybe I think maybe the older I think we all take stuff for granted. And so because that was my point, I was like, so we could maybe once every four weeks or whatever we go visit Melbourne and we do some shows, but then there's also a spare room where it's like Mr. 97 could produce for like, say if he wants a different vibe, he's trapped you into that
child. He just wants you're having a spare room to offer any view. gronk did you say well, I'm pretty sure he said, I said it was me. Why would you want to fit that sense? Terrible because I love my
might actually have a bungalow the place that we're looking at
what bungalow Yeah, a bungalow with no external house. Flat sounds Yeah. Differences though. You can't like having toilets and running water and shooting it like changes the the law on what you're building. So you need a different law, like a different fucking. So if you're in a place that you sort of like Amy Amy seen a couple I've seen it a little few you feel like a bungalow is one of those things that's either a non negotiable or you're not really thinking about it. There's a lot of houses with bungalows that when you start looking in this tonight referring to cubby houses, not different bungalows, and to live there and also think we know you can't you're not meant to
build a place and in the back. It had a room. It was a room of rumpus room, whatever it is. It's just a ruin. George didn't have a toilet. Didn't that was a granny flat. George's old place had a full
Granny Flat shower kitchen it's
just a room okay
you're not I don't think you're meant to I lived in our but it's I don't think that care but it's you can't you need a different permit to build something that is livable okay versus just building a room like a like a time a lab and putting it back in what other people use it for typically
storage area like office fancy garage
to set up a little little g yeah you know you see sometimes like you've always got one make that family bought a house that's one of those
what's it called it people inspect like you go a display home no buying display home so they've got like the garage like it's like all the garage door is actually like glass and you can come in and sit in their office. I've been saying that interesting. I mean your minds of that.
I feel yeah I've definitely Hey friends as a kid they bought the display hot yeah you bought that was like oh no IK are you buying the one that they've constructed? Just get that it's cheaper which got a little scratch on a bit Hey Mitch Andy Ryan they made a short film years and years ago that one like a comedy channel award, which was
basically they'll try to sell a display home yeah, they had no running water and stuff. It's very funny RK if you Google that you can find I think I've maybe
a vague memory of seeing them at the front of a display. And so you were asking three day deal specifically. So we know about a shitty crane room. And that's like it's still an upgrade because you get to cook your own food. Yeah. Is that is the stove in the basement or do you means Yeah, it's in the basement. How what happens with like, cooking eggs and shit isn't
last we have an
exhaust fan about it. I can just walk. He's cool. My
eggs in the Mark YVZ.
Tommy's question then was the aspirations after you leave, so you've only got eight months left. Yeah, I've got eight months left living in that place. And it's not ideal, but I've made it work for me and what I need way to next, like, what's the what's the progression? It's tough because I don't necessarily know where I want to end up. So like, say, long term, 10 years down the road, I'd like to have my own little place in a suburb because that's where I grew up. And I like that kind of lifestyle, looked up a dog and a family and a backyard and stuff. But in between now and then, I don't really know. Like, I I'd be happy living in an apartment. Like I like the way that I like to go into the city. That's the thing is like, I'm not a fan of Toronto is a city. But why? It's just it's too busy. Like there's too many people. It's more people than he Oh yeah.
I think we have to double check back because I'm not 100% sure, but it is it is more people. Yeah. He said, Yeah, yeah. And just, I like the culture of Melbourne a lot better than I do Toronto.
it. I don't know what it is. It's just it feel it feels like I can live here. Easier that I can live in Toronto. I think you said I wonder if there's something with just being in a different city. That's the way I grew up. It might because that's what breeze calling outside. I know, but maybe because the aim of the game for us is to not be doing client work and just to be doing the daily talk show full time eventually. And so part of it the reason the appeal of being in some regional area is because there's a guarantee that I'm not fucking doing client work. So part of it might be maybe I would enjoy Melbourne more maybe, but I would enjoy that. But I just can't imagine what that would be like without those other responsibilities. You want to be Ryan Holliday Yeah, living
On a fastest I can milking my own cows having chickens. She never thought about that. That would be cool chickens would be cool Did you find that the population Toronto yeah 2.93 million so less we've got five here but right Melbourne but if you consider the CBD I reckon Melbourne greater Melbourne is a lot more spread out I believe in Toronto. I would I would look at the CBD. Specifically. Toronto, CBD Australia is fucking easy. Three to you want you to Toronto CBD
New York City, New York City Manhattan has have never heard of it on a weekday 12 million people on the island. So a lot is in fact sink. That's That's a lot. Yeah, you do wonder like
about like apocalypse isn't shit. Well, all the movies. Godzilla they're all sitting.
dense population mentioned being in one of those places. When it hits I was I went down a rabbit
The whole long the weekend of just everything to do with radio just to sort of get my head around it and I went
just got my head around it you get head around that night yeah it's a big stuff to look at. It's a weird thing to just to get your head around not sure about this radio thing to head around what's trying to get like where it's positioned everywhere. It's an interesting thing to try and say you get your head around Yeah, I will eventually I'm trying to work out this camera city and just need to get my head around you get your head and get your head around snowboarding
Yeah, I think it's probably more simple to get your head around because it's just Can you do it tonight your head around TV?
Yeah, I don't see it's a very like you've got I want to get my head around one of something that's so broad. Yeah, like you're doing a bunch of anyway. Anyway, so I was looking I was watching a video that was
how radio dealt with 911.
Very interesting and because it was like one of the showed the
Power of the audio form of people calling up being like, Oh, my God, I'm just saying this happening right now or even they spoke to people on the phone who were in the towers and I so it's crazy to remember when that happened. And we were obviously seven. And they were playing the footage. The TV had a big one of those being re projecting tape up on the wall. Isn't that crazy? And you will seeing people jumping out of the building. I remember this one kid Matt. He was crying, soft little soul had to go outside and was just
and we're all in there decide what the fuck yeah. Well, I remember you know, they pulled in the you know the TV for
the trolley in In fact, Gracie, these kids wouldn't have I mean, what would it take? What What does it take what would be the next big thing to happen? Like apocalyptic star thing where it was one of those moments where the teachers pulled out TVs because they're not understanding as a kid. I remember
Was own hadn't been a terrorist attack that in our lifetime, but the other strange thing is as a kid, not understanding the implications of the whole thing. There was something exciting about the whole thing like, this is TV like, my something to watch like you don't know. Especially you weren't in New York, you've never been to New York. You didn't even I didn't even know about the Twin Towers. So Oh my god, these big towers. You're watching a real life film. It's something that happens in the movie. I was obsessed with it. Channel Nine. guy I forget his name. On today's show, you're wise war thing in his pocket. What's that called? handkerchief in his pocket? Yeah. And he was the one who did like if you say something, say something like it all the anti terror things down the track. Crazy, like the
hearing the different radio broadcasts. I can imagine people in New York, why they wouldn't be able to consume that type of content because it is like, like, at that time, the language was like we are
Under Attack the US is under attack. Is that crazy? Scary? Scary. Anyway, hope you get your head around radio. Yeah.
We'll say it was a hit for you. Yeah. I mean, it makes you think about like it. There is that thing when you watch those, those types of programmes, you start to think like, now what's the point? Like? You can get a bit Doomsday about stuff. Oh my god, we've got this show for 10 years. We're not gonna be fucking alive in 10 years.
I can't imagine having a kid we don't know what the fuck is going to happen? She's gonna go you there was that article words like the Russian
submarine silos stopped. What did they call it a nuclear reactor? No, it was like a catastrophic
the word planetarium. He looked up the word planetarium show, just a planetarium.
catastrophe referring to the planet would have been fucking over.
not planetary and planet was something around planets. Plans. Yeah, but I thought that was interesting. That sort of stuff and we're all this is fucked. Yeah. And now what? Space does that to me as well? I mean we're pretty far away from it here in Australia. It seems like Australia is is, is we're very safe. We're very fortunate you've been to some dangerous by since then. But then think about like space. Think about like, we don't know what's going on. I think have some enjoyment in your life while we're on this planet. Kids. enjoyment is like if you could choose to just be fucking bleak about the future. We're going back to the moon in the next five years. Oh, that's cool. That's a fucking good piece of information. Yeah. Brought I've always wondered why they haven't been back. Yeah. Why haven't they send someone to jump on the moon send a woman. Yeah. So they're doing it. I'm making I'm back to the moon and then they're gonna say dog. I want to say dog on the
Yeah To be honest I think it's exactly what we need with all the world shit that's happening it's a good PR thing send a dog to the moon just back and being on the moon yeah why isn't Haven't I mean that will actually asking fucking rabbit hole Why hasn't happened? I know it costs money is people spending so much money How long did it take to get to the moon and the three months or?
Wait It's a week isn't it till it's a no no no no no no, google it right we know we looked at
12 months in the moon three months or something? No, there's no fuck What are you saying longer or shorter? I'd say it's like 45 days to get to the moon. Yeah, yeah. Is that what it says? Yeah, so like a week even more Why? So conspiracy wasn't yet been done. It could literally be like a weekend away. pack away can bag go up there literally is not that much further. I think it's weird that they haven't done. Another significant moon landed hard since the 60s or whenever it was this. Like Yeah, it seems bizarre.
That footage that I have with the flag and then there's no wind on the moon.
It's hard though. I mean, like, you guys remember the the Challenger accident? The Space Shuttle the stuff that blew up? Yeah, that's like, why is it hard? And I know it's hard but it's hard. We're in 21st century, we've got better technology than ever Instagram everyone some boy. I mean, it's literally like, like everyone says you go to the moon on the computing power of like, Listen, you find, yeah. Which is crazy, right? And now we could be doing selfies on the moon. Yeah.
It's crazy, isn't it? Imagine?
Imagine the content, how much content they're going to have on the moon. Because everything is interesting. I mean, close ups of just like macro. macro shots deal. Deal self, Tommy.
Guys, that's it for us. droning on the moon night.
You could probably throw it in the air and yeah, keep going. Keep going. Yeah, not but when you jump you come back down. Dude, there was a snow
then so your drone would flood away. What happened to what's that movie that I would have seen it IMAX? Yeah Sandra Bullock gravity, gravity gravity gravity over Interstellar gravity gravity. They were just like I just remember to control an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an external force good old meat and that's science yeah that's that's
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We can probably one step, one step to the side you get to do by going to Florida and watch it take off from the we need it.
We can watch a SpaceX launch just live stream. Yeah. Let's do that. Let's let's say there is some form of livestream. Let's just do it from his log cabin.
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