#400 – How Far We’ve Come/
- July 21, 2019
It’s episode 400! We’ve got the whole team on for Weekend Banter! We talk about our favourite experiences from the show, how far we’ve come and what we’re excited for in the future.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
– How far we’ve come from starting this
– Our favourite moments of the show
– Our visions and what we’re excited for
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 400.
It's also waking Banta fully on a Sunday. We've got the full gronk squad, Mr. 97 to my left three day deal to the right or the other way around. If you're looking on a screen, and I'm here to how are you boys? Good, man, I'm pretty proud of you, Mason. Fucking you just water on the table. I mean, you got the boys back when it comes to the HTC
it's all good. You know, and I'm a dyslexic Sunday guys get around it. I actually normally dehydrate for Sunday's in preparation to well, if I miss Blake, who was on episode 100 is anything to go by? I think we've only got about 150 170 something episodes to go. Because he said here what's happening. The show's done.
Well, because he said
10 years. I mean, we've set out to do 10 years of this show, and how you feeling about that, by the way? Yeah, I think we're I think we're just getting started. To be honest. 100% just getting started. We're just getting started here. I feel like for 400 episodes, I'm just starting to fucking work out how to spell my name. Now I just feel like I'm starting to find my stride find the comfortable the comfortability within every show, but then it just allows me to then focus on other things. So that's why when I'm just getting started, but he did say that it was like, he's like, maybe 575 episodes in you realize this isn't the thing that we are going to be doing with 575 because I remember a specific one. Listen, I said we were able to pull it up, but it was something around because I'm not saying
seven ease on the table. Yeah.
off the table, he's twerking.
And he's got some of these teeth that on
the down it's spinach is that
he's had three smoothies today. But he's point wasn't that we're just going to finish it up but it's like it takes sometimes committing to something for an extended period of time to realize that it's like, hey, this isn't actually thing but a got us to where we want to go to. I heard harps talking on his podcast with Sam would the bachelor who we're going to have on, I did a little post and then Sammy slept it slipped into my dreams, and always had a bit of banter, but he's going to come on he was the bachelor who's now married to one of the girls and
it was it was one of the 20 girls. And it was it was it was the girl. What are you saying it in that way? I'm just saying it's like amazing. He's married somebody from a reality TV show. It's a legit marriage, but it's be it's
Amazing but the one that he selected is the one these with oh yeah sorry I thought that just was implied by the way so do you understand what I'm saying? He said he goes I get
into that black before him or whatever haha lurch from
blind man was black but if you look at me fucking look like Franklin's on alert you know the guy the bald guy in Addams Family the door Yeah, he looked like that dude anyway Sammy is a completely different
kettle of fish is a lovely guy anyway. kettle of fish. Would you pull that one?
I mean, you probably never heard of kettle know I've heard of that. I just haven't heard in a long time. Yeah, yeah. kettle of fish. Yeah. I'm up to placebo with these things.
I'm going to look at a kettle of fish. Anyway, we were talking and
he's coming on the show. So the point fact we got off track. But on the episode with Craig hapa Craig was
mentioning that he's done maybe four different podcasts and he got gave me mentioned, because we did a we did 20 episodes of a little video show, which was 28 days we did 20 if you even had a sponsor, or Yeah, we had decks on the decks this Can
you remember how much you made? Is like 500 bucks.
I mean, it was it was great and, and at the time, I didn't think about the people that would be going out. So you know, like, you never think about when you create the say, I'm glad that I don't think about fact I wonder all the people like now I reflect on who Craig is connected with. And think fact I was just playing a little cheeky dog. And so before we started this, we didn't know who would be speaking to and we've had some amazing people but he was just saying that, you know, he's done four attempts at this
at podcasting, and now he's land use if you counted mine, and he had to podcast previously, and the one that he does now by himself a new project, but he's like nearly half
hundred episodes deep. And it's just he saying it this is the one that he's committed to. And this is the one that he's found. Commitment it. And so it's I don't know the equation for commitment that we can look at a few of the ingredients it's like somebody to keep you accountable it's do something that you actually like that you can show up, even when you don't like it. But then I don't still know what what the word is right? Is it can you put your finger on it?
First, let's get the definition of the kettle of fish if I get the fundaments nice and because I couldn't work out exactly. It's it means a different thing. But I've also got the origin origin of phrases Yeah, yeah.
I can't remember where the facts that from probably more.
When that facts it from it's it's actually from a fight. So like a festival or whatever back in the old days in 1785. Were long time ago.
tense in my case would be pitched next to the banks of a river. And they've just got a big fire and they throw live salmon into boiling kettles. Oh, it's dark but and so why? It tastes the I don't know why it made
fresh salmon from the river straight into a kettle. Yeah, I mean the kettle isn't I quit I mean I've got it. I mean it's probably be it's a bit different.
You sort of what's my kettle? The one it's very expensive, very expensive.
Yeah, but I'm just trying to say the difference from 70 hundred to 2019 I'm rocking a 300 buck kettle at home. Why? Because we got it for our wedding. But we use some of the wedding money to get it
Yeah, we use it a lot and it's fucking amazing. Like it's it's set your temperature. You can set your temperature, like something I would do. I used to have one that was fun today that would actually dip the tea. Yeah, buddy. Check it out because I kept taking it for too long. I mean, settle down. Don't be criticizing my purchases.
Because we currently have here in the studio, the toaster, the toast that we because we we ended up getting one given to us a toast anymore. But the to your point, formula,
I recommend so many different things. It's doing it with some like, together in a team. I think that's a big part of it. But then you can always like anything you could come up with I can think question, right, because question. So the team thing, right? You can drive me insane, but I also love it. Yeah, this This podcast is, you know, grown our friendship. Beyond most friendships I have like, I've talked with you. I looked at I added all the numbers together. When I say added it was already pre done for me. I just looked at them on the spreadsheet. And I was like, we've we've done something like seven days straight of talking across these 400 episodes. Feels like we've done more than that. Yeah, it was like we did seven sure what I'm saying
Is this all was 70 days? 77 times 24 Mr. 97 Yeah, it's fucking What is that? I don't know.
I don't know.
It'll be like 100 and see hey Siri the hundred and 60 hours. Seven times 24 Yeah.
Anyway, it's a fact lies I thought the seven days was impactful. Fucking over theory By the way, I asked Siri
anyway, the point I'm making is that the it's it's hard like with somebody else it is a hard slog because you have a live your life you're feeling you know they're feeling the motions and and just, you know like you're testing each other all the time. It's it's and so you end up learning each other Amy said. So I'm doing a bit of a monologue but Amy's been listening to current episodes but then going into our back catalogue so she's like sheet from from ages ago, and she
She made the comment of like, how much easier we are to listen to now. Yeah. And I think and that's not to say that will ship back when we started. We were She didn't say that though. She wasn't saying she she will she was just saying such a difference in the relationship, the trust that you and Josh, you can hear it between each other. You know, I guess it was also hard doing 100 odd episodes where we were were remote. But I did a post on our Instagram account the other day, which was the first photo of us doing it remotely when I was away for three months. And to think that every single like what it was like 44 times a week because every Friday we did a guest episode that would pre recorded in Melbourne. So before I left, we did how many It was like a week. We did four in one day, but we nearly fell apart. It was like 16 or 15 or something. There was a lot of episodes of guests that we banked before. Yeah, before I Lance just a week, a normal week. But and that's the thing.
If you start when you start a creative project, if you think about where you want it to be, you can actually do that version of it. from the get go, you'll fall apart. But isn't it also weird that we've only been doing this for 18 months I was watching the highlight footage, and it actually feels like a lifetime in a weird way. It feels like I'm like I'm editing a 10 year like the difference in all of us and how we are as individuals. It's ridiculous when we now do 365 episodes a year yet regardless. Exactly so yet my favorite memories missing I seven what's been a favorite memory? And it can be why don't we do one you as a listener before you start working on the show, which is quite self indulgent. But I will go there and as a little bit of a test.
me as a listener would have been
the first ever episode I listen to his hymes Yeah, and Episode 100 or 179 basis.
know cuz I guess that was that was the day when I came across
you and then Tommy and then I listened to the podcast and then and then I reached out to Tommy
stings doesn't it?
I think some pretty funny
The problem is it did take you about three months to reply to my LinkedIn request even reply to
me when I was in the office that I actually
it was good it worked out brilliantly what that you know just how the whole thing went? Yeah.
He went to my people and my people, you know, vetted him and now he's here Yeah. And so the as well I don't know if you actually if you responded to him before and then he
didn't follow me up. I don't know if you'd be like, I think it would have gone. The white did yesterday. Yes. Yeah, I was in a nurturing mode. Yeah was just it was that was like the free
so what was also the So what was the best memory? It's crazy. How long have you actually been working with us now?
Probably just maybe like eight months. Isn't it ridiculous he's
like what? Yeah, probably
even even though it's like scares probably. Yeah, definitely the shameless dieting. Yeah. Yeah has to be like you crush I'm not sure that and I wouldn't I wouldn't have done it otherwise. I think that's just good to get the push for that. So yeah, that was pretty cool. Awesome. That's a good answer. That just reminded me of a great question that Sam Harris asked Ricky Gervais is not for not for now, but I just really liked it. What's something bad or not not that great that's happened in your life that has shown
who you are today? Huh? You want us to answer you don't want us You said oh for now. Well yeah, you know you can't Yeah, I mean just wanted to put it out there. Like so what's something that you didn't go the way you wanted it to? But if it didn't go that way you wouldn't have 97 you have anything radio tells us he's highlight Yeah sure. What is what was your highlight off air when you weren't sort of in it? And now as you are becoming
part of the clergy the
head for what for? You gonna say? Yeah, yeah. Now
for for me it would have to be the first time you guys read out my the first email on the show. I was at the gym at school running on the treadmill. And you said you got this email from Dylan and Canada and I was like,
Yeah, I looked around in case like Did anybody else just hear that but i'd headphones it's just me and then
being on the show. I don't know that's tough because it's each day so different. Like there's all this this new stuff, but a meeting at the airport it's not part it's not on the show but it's part of the show definitely having you guys at the airport running towards me and I'm sitting there like 30 hours jet lagged and all I want to do is go to bed and you guys are like tears running at me and there's a camera I love
it Yeah, it was it was amazing. I'm never gonna forget there's a great content up I mean, I saw that that video that we have is just an embrace that you and I had fun yeah it was pretty full on it was good and prices around my to my embrace is real catalyst I mean, we you would rattled deal. Like I was a bit I was
that's what we thought it was gonna be a bit more animated. I mean, he was jet lag. I had
high expectations but I mean, it all Yeah, for me it was real when it's we're running out.
And the reality is that you've just got like a folder of documentation.
I always have the filter of how it will come out on a video, because I know how something will edit together. And it's what I've told people that we've been working with talent, talent, talent, it's like, I know this feels awkward right now to lean into it because it will be great. It's gonna it's gonna play well.
TJ favorite moment
off the podcast off the podcast.
Now you can do anything. I was joking because when I said off the podcast, I meant for the guys when they were just listening when they weren't in the shower, huh? No, I just like that. It's not even. It's not even a specific moment because I've said Seth Golden's podcast, all the different chats but sometimes I haven't felt great within the chats but I know that they are great reflecting on them. But I think just to have fun doing something where we can rock up HTC
Fucking, it is something that we enjoy. That's pretty cool finding that. I think that and you don't find that without putting in a shitload of effort. And so that's where the reward comes from hard work. It's not, you know, I mean, people focus on hard work, but then it's like, there's
the hard work what's required in most things. Yeah. And so you can work hard and no fucking building site doesn't give me the reward. I've done that. And it and it zaps my fucking you know, happiness. Is that why I didn't get it, getting to try and now when I told my dad into a six month I called my dad into an apprenticeship through his business but then pulled the pin three, four months in
the classroom. I my 300 bucks awake was
like a government funded now you just work for him and then do trade school. Okay. And so I mean, this is Yeah, I thought that but think about how different that path is. If
agonize and feel sheet about doing it wouldn't have driven me to sort of look and search for what I what I want. I like the fact of what we created. Like it's, it's the physical fucking, you know, mentally it's not the right word but just like the bond of everybody you know, like, I love that that's a creation to it's not we've got all the tangible stuff. Yes I think like you guys the gronk squat watching, listening, the fact that I think that even get seeing people doing videos yeah that was a crazy moment saying they will actually film because we're so used to doing this now seven days a week, and we're just talking and we don't see any faces. And then you have the Instagram interactions and all that sort of thing. I think that's a big one too, because I think about all the people how many avatars Dwayne how many like gronk stuff I know that the avatars on Instagram that we didn't know I can
Six months ago, I here just thinking about all the relationships. I mean, we had Hayden, dentist in here. Hello gronk
I mean, stop wearing that fanny pack.
And if I'm back then in February, I'm trying to appeal to a wider audience might like the daily talk show, Bambang would be great. I think. So let's see the monetary gain
from an administrative point of view the stickers from those video might not get out of you doing
now that was my favorite bit was little the admin.
favorite moment to high Question number seven. Have you got something that's happened in your life? I mean, what do you mean you just answered? Like you weren't, you don't have something? No, I'm just fucking it's called building up.
asked the question if
people think that
One of the criticisms that I've always had with people I've had friends say to me
you want to ask questions, because you want me to ask you the same question. Yeah, yeah. Which is fact because like I actually am I think it just cuz I asked a lot of questions. Yeah. And like not and I can if I don't have that many answers. Just It was like the time you asked me the highlight of my weekend. Yeah. You and You were just like, panic. Yeah.
Yeah. And so I think that that's always funny but
the, I mean, I'm just going through my head with with putting out today a highlights reel,
which is going to be the new trailer of our on our YouTube channel and the daily talk show dot files, I think of it.
And I bike.
I reckon it is it's a mix. Its a mix of the fact that we have brought something that can be fun in travel, but then also at home. It's my
Like a relationship in some ways you think about Mike, when you have a relationship. There's the excitement of like the day to day in the home and just being able to lounge around at home. But it's also the adventure, I guess that we get to do both. It's like being able to go into I think doing the stroke, big strawberry. Having that filming at getting at eating shit KFC at the end. That was horrible. wasn't at all those all those things are the mix of road trip. But also, I think that when anytime we get to clear the day to do just the daily talk shown is when I Mike, that's pretty cool, huh? It's the I mean, for any creative, working out how to make that their thing full time is is the greatest challenge, right? And so that's what I see as the greatest challenge, but also what will probably be the most fulfilling thing working at because that's the cut like you're trying to crack
That code right for anybody who's trying to do something, if you become a successful painter or musician, whatever it is, think back you've actually been able to work it out because it these are all just you could look at them as problems and problems you might feel negative but as I if you like solving the problem it's a good one to try and figure out and you can look at your, your creative life or you know or business I mean what's trying to relate it to something that's not fucking creative or just podcast land or like, you know, being a musician or something. Yeah, I can musician is for a lot of people that's like, Okay, I'm going to be a musician that performs at weddings or does cover songs. But the idea of if you were told, now you can do your original songs and you can have an audience and that can be your lifestyle. jewel, Julian Hague was talking about that fear of success that some of us have right seems fucking we that people have a fear of being successful, but it's when you think about
Other people looking at you like you always don't want to you. It's it's almost very empathetic or very
selfless. But it's also negatively selfless. So it's the selfless being. I don't, you're usually looking at other people going, I don't want them to feel bad that I'm doing this thing and achieving because they're not there. And so you like, I don't want them to feel those feelings. Yeah. But then it completely sabotages our own world. Yeah, for somebody else. And so how do you be self less, but also respect you have self respect for what you want to be doing? I think if it's easy, because we're a team, now, I can that's a big thing. Like it whenever I'm doing something. It doesn't feel like I'm doing it as an individual. It feels like I'm doing it because it's going to build us all up. I think that's probably part of it make from the future. We look like one thing we love doing is looking at the past, especially Magnus style, Jeff. And I feel like the good thing is spectrum like the spectrum of missteps.
Yeah, can get quite sure I can look back two weeks ago, like I can laugh at the red foil moment. Yeah.
The burrito fuck up, which was which happened this this year. I mean, we live in this unique space where I think it's probably productive for most people to look at anything that happens. I'm not saying super negative stuff but look at stuff and go fact there's a story there fact that just adds to our character or, you know, the adventure you know, break down half of everything is what's what is Jules Lund had that radio show the dash, it's not about
the years on your tombstone, the dash in between or something like that, which is like, the middle bit all that shit that you that you experience. You know, I'm looking forward to taking Mr. 97 overseas. That's one of my things I'm looking for whether we think we're going to go first. I mean, I'd like I mean, we'll probably do two by Yeah, but I feel like us might come through Yeah, I want him to do us.
gets, because it's the foreign countries are hard and they feel different. He's been to a foreign country. But he went with his parents and now
we went to we did all of
this something that there's like the barriers is very lucky boy.
like going to the States, I've just I feel like the states is like, a lucky boy.
I've got babies.
It's a Candy Land, like they've got all they've got everything. It's like, you know, all the technology, all these different foods, like shit loads of population, which means they can have weed stores that open or open 24 hours and like, we don't have that in Australia, road trips are great. It would be good to be able to do a road trip to seven days. I think that that's something if you think about it.
How did the US like the US that we did last year? It sort of like happened in a roundabout way. Like we've been talking about it. We just sort of made it
happen. Nothing happens unless it's made. Like unless you make it happen. So it's like what? It's always friction. Everything you fucking do if you, you committing to that holiday holiday, I mean six months overseas or whatever it was for four months, four months. It doesn't make sense. Doesn't matter what you know, we're gonna do yeah, this place doesn't make sense. No. It's all pretty weird, isn't it? So strange life is fucking weird man. Like, your vision is he told my eyesight
your vision is just a projection of your mind in this moment. Which is a fucking weird thing because you can shut your eyes and walk over there. And Sam Harris stuff? Yeah, yeah, definitely. Potentially, like when you start thinking about like, you can close your eyes and you're still seeing nothing's changing. You're still being you can still use your visual field.
with your eyes closed, hasn't just shut off to the world like your consciousness is still there. Yeah, and that's why like physical shit. Material shit is so bizarre, because it is just like, what you like it's just in mind fuck I remember we used to watch out What the What the Bleep do we know? And it's about
what is it? Near it's it's a real it's quite scientific and we had no idea and still don't watch it when we're like 1716 smoking hits away
she's just vibrations and like everything like this cop is you know, it's like atoms and yeah, it's like they're all constantly vibrating to make shapes and shit and it just yeah, I mean when you when you start looking at life like that it is like, shits we that we care about and fucking get upset about and you know, thinking about how that car that Oh, it's so weird. Well, let's Dream Big for a moment.
Yeah, blue sky thinking session. Starting with three day deal. I feel like you're a good dreamer. Um, it's always good to throw off the.
Yeah. I like if you were to dream about what the show could be in the very future, like, say in the next five years, six, seven years. Yeah. What could you imagine what's something that you would like to say was give us a visualization? What about bring it to yourself though? It was you and I can talk? Yeah. So it's like your perspective. What's your perspective? Where do you fit? Yeah, you can how's the show? I'm sorry. But yeah, but we love you.
So what was a question?
If I try and crack a concise, concise question is
in the next five years yeah. What do you what do you think that the daily talk show what could you imagine the daily talk show about this is good said tonight. Yeah, I get that what it was that know what I just said. Now, but I was I was trying to protect deal from
Not having to just answer our vision and try it was mostly talked about. Yeah, no, it's it's your present I think that you're always plotting I feel like three day deal is a plotter yeah thinking about stuff and you're dreaming up what could be and you even talking about like the early version is I'm going to set up like my room I'm going to be able to produce from there and doing that sort of thing. But what is five years what is one experience that you'd be excited about for the potential future for myself within the within the ecosystem of the daily talk show consider the boys
what I made set 400 if
if we're gonna if we're gonna be at any time fucking indulgence indulgence, so he goes 100 500
brace friend also said, Oh, jeez, watch the episode. The guys like talking about himself. Yeah, it's
Are you gonna
take a breath? That's unfortunate I just looked old on my knee
for five years
I was thinking about this a little bit the other day because like you said I'm I'm a bit of a plotter
it's going to mean something.
I would obviously still love to be involved in the show and I don't plan on going anywhere. Like if I'm if that my situation is that I'm still living in Canada for financial reasons, or visa reasons. I'm okay with that. But I'd still love to be involved with the show and doing like the remote producing kind of side of things.
expanding the daily talk show into nine days away.
No, no, no. Incorporating
My vision and my
design knowledge and stuff and everything that I've learned and do a like I, what I want to do is I want to start a design company. Yeah, I tried to get the domain name big design company. com.
So if you have a big landscape company, tell me this
big personal growth company. So um, it's a landscape business. It's traced them tree lobby. I want to be able to grow that and bring that and incorporate that with the daily talk show gronk and just just do a bunch of creative stuff. Like I think there's so much that the daily talk show does now that can just balloon out and expand and do all this crazy stuff that you guys don't even know. Same people didn't think everyone's like, 3d Joe, is he gonna have an answer?
tried to get me the other day guys. That's a great dream. I love that because like gronk
That was inspiring when I started listening to you guys at the very beginning. I'm like, I bought this really fucking generic domain, big media company. The Daily talk show is like the most generic simple name that you can get. Yeah, keep it simple, stupid. But it was not calling you stupid. Now just used to it works. Yeah. And that's what I love about it. And some, it's not that I'm copying the same thing, but like,
having a big design company or my own design company where it's like with you guys, big media company. It's just you. You have all the you have all the control, right? Yeah. With my quote unquote, big design company. What was 97 laughing Yeah, why are you just because he's the puppeteer.
Doing a bit of this.
Just trying not to dangle up the strings.
Yeah, EDV little
He's a lucky boy
And so what is it for you 97 that's
probably all the all the all the people that we connect.
Like all the people that connect with each other through the show and the people that we get to connect with or would have never been able to meet, like, like Gemma paid Andrea, like all these all these like, like amazing people, you never actually get to really meet them outside of this experience. And so being able to be around all those people and talk to them
is epic. And I think the other thing is being able to connect all these different people who listen to the show, so like Gemma and Pete never knew each other before, before the show. Yeah. And it's being able to like listen
statue like Mrs. Message each other and catch up and do all that stuff like that's all Gemma's being on Dan to boost podcast but yeah, through exactly through, you know, Dan being on the daily talk show and Gemma hearing the right sort of thing. Yeah, then you have paid and Gemma actually like chatting and all that sort of thing. And so were you saying that connecting the people? Yeah, so yeah, so I guess like the part the part that I'm excited about is to see what eventual aids from all these people connecting with each other because you build a whole like expansive network and it and it goes beyond just the show because those people actually develop their own relationships. So you just have a massive, like web of all these, like awesome people. You know what one of the phrases Josh used early days was, how do we scale our friendship? And so it's like scaling a friendship doesn't necessarily mean you need to have hundreds of friends of your own, but it's like the scaling of friendship.
Essentially could mean this creates You know, this sort of the flow and effect for other people to connect and friendship to be a focus because that's what this show is right friends chatting Yeah. And I like that
What about you baby boy? Personally, personally
YU I get I get to be involved with all of the network like I get to meet all those people that's that's the exciting thing to see all those like
yeah I guess people at the forefront of all the industry so that's that's exciting for me because you don't get to say that. Yeah, elsewhere.
It's good. I can
I can imagine something related to the moon. You know how we spoke about the moon the other day? I Yeah, seriously, I think going to Florida and watching a take off or wherever the fact that that would be good fun. Laughter be good to do a bunch of like once you have settled into the studio, studio, having opportunities to go out and about
Guard and North America where we're close deal he can pop on down so yes you guys can pop on up yeah absolutely I don't want America is great and all but yeah that we should we could definitely we could do a Canadian factor Canadian straightaway true a daily Talk Show episode in the snow storm so what you want to do if we were to strangers if we're to do
driving and you guys you guys bundle up in like 15 we don't have to drop down really go out when it's fucking disgusting so hence why, you know when we go to America in the summer or like going into the back end to someone who's really lovely This is true and so if we were to go to Canada where should Where should be on our list where should we go first? Well Vancouver obviously because it's closest to here. Like if you're talking God West Coast yes Joe show. Do Vancouver you can do spend time in the Rockies. Yeah, Calgary, Calgary or Edmonton. That would be good doing some form of like
Camping. I think it's hipster camping. Camping
for you glad
you had last night. Yeah, I did say I've been watching camping videos on YouTube Have you? Are you just watching that kid that just came in these backyard? That's got 10 million
that was you was using a sleeping bag? Yeah, yeah.
It's like I'm gonna spend 24 hours in my tent. Yeah, he was he was trying to get a
film himself in the snowstorm but I think he actually went inside during the night because
it does that. That'd be great fun. Yeah. Or Thank you everyone for for listening, for watching. For interacting for doing Instagram store. Those Instagram stories have made a big difference for finding out Yeah, thanks for being gronk Yeah, absolutely. Would you guys like to say anything?
Feel like 90 seconds always got something profound, pretended to come
No, I mean it's just reiterating what you said. I mean, cash is what he said it was it was the show is nothing without it you
know, the gronk they're gonna fucking have heads the
deal was after writing that book and
you still have that speech in the tape by the way anyway it's it's it's
no nothing without him yeah and and so
that they yeah they are just they're the people that provide all the motivation so every time we get like a message or a video from them it's it's it's epic and people actually like listening to what we're talking about
that's very good.
Anything from you three they do as a final final you've got another you got another month here
Yeah, I've got, I've got a month and a half.
And it's it's flown by, like, I had no idea what I was really getting into. In terms of the audience side of things when I came, like I had no idea how many, like, number wise how many people are absorbed in the show. And then having like, seeing all these people in real life, because it's one thing to look at a username on a screen right on Instagram, but then when they're sending videos, they're tagging us and posts. It's like,
that's pretty cool. Yeah, the world is a nice place. I mean, you get your finger for them.
And everyone was like, Oh, I hope your thumb feels better.
My life is a little bit purple. Yeah, what's scarring? I have a feeling of scarring, but it's actually getting quite better. But the thumb isn't the important part. What is Episode 400 Yeah, you're welcome to The Daily talk show everyone. Go to the deli talk. show.com. Look at our blog section. There's a bunch of there but also, that's where we'll post the highlights.
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