- August 27, 2019
Today we chat about what to do when you find someone else’s keys in a DiDi, Rove’s new show, Saturday Night Rove, and listening to learn and understand, rather than reacting and responding.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
– Finding someone else’s keys in a DiDi
– Cancel Culture
– Saturday Night with Rove
– Hearing different perspectives
– Listening to learn, not to respond
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get around it. If you enrol someone you've got to really be on sat down. Yeah, I sat down. I tried DD this morning. Oh yeah, it's
it's a similar one. It's like DD you're talking about cab service a ride sharing rideshare Yeah.
So it's similar, like the big guy also does Uber. I've got a mould on that. Yeah. It's like the guy in New York City. He's got like four phones. Looks like NASA. I mean in a little bit. Yeah. I actually like that idea. I like having lots of fun. Like a lot of phones, things going on. Very disengaged core. Yeah, it's just really relaxing that disengage lot. Yeah. But when I when I sat in the day, yeah, it doesn't have the same ring. Like if I tell someone Hey, I'm gonna be there just in the day day.
It's confusing, don't you think? Yeah, very confused. And so it happened multiple times. Like I'm on the on the way back, I caught DD and needed to piss so bad that I was like sweating profusely, and I actually had to, I got into a meditative state. I had to meditate because I was like, but the only time he meditates is when he needs to know that I was outside. The only other time he engages is just Well, I was just lucky.
mom used to tell me to do like Cagle exercise like squeeze my bum Whoa, man, it's too late trying to work out how to squeeze when you're when you need to. So what I did was I am
like At first I was literally will driving along the park and it was getting to a point where I was like going to get him to pull over. So I could piss on a tree, but it was in the same a day legal so you can't do it. But anyway, going on. When I first got into the DJ,
I sit down I was like those keys and I was like Ah, I nearly like because I'm wearing my hoodie I where they put the keys in the hoodie patch was like fact that could have been closed it could have lost them picked him up. Not my case. Someone else's case someone else's case.
It's so annoying. You hope you did the right thing would you say well so I I looked at the keys and it had a good health or like one of the fitness places good fitness, whatever it is right, it Camberwell so I called them and I said hi
One of your members have left their keys in an Uber because I could a fact dealing with explain what the days. So like what will forget the case? What is DD know who we are? members. Now, it's a little bit confusing. And so I did. I said, Can you contact the member, let them know, give them my number and they can call me. And they called. And so the trip was like a 30 minute trip to the city took ages. It's more really, and I thought you're walking, you're in shorts, and they're very short. I was planning on doing a walk. My friend cancelled. Okay. But the so I gave it like halfway through the trip and then I called the gym again because I hadn't heard anything. And the gym person said, it's like I spoke to him. He was really grateful. I'm surprised he hasn't called back.
And I was like, Okay, well, I was just calling because you know, I'm going to be out of the car soon. And so I was thinking in my head. I was like, oh,
Well, I could take the keys, get them to pick it up from the office. And I was like, You know what, if I don't call back,
I think that I'm better off just leaving them in the car and then it just become and tell the driver and say, Hey, here's the keys. Can you sort it out? So you made it your problem, and then you then Hambling back over to the driver. It was a problem whilst I was in the vehicle. But you've engaged the problem. I mean, I appreciate it. I think it's a commendable thing to do. But it's the equivalent what you're saying is that you call triple zero and you're expecting me to then also resuscitate the person when the paramedics are there are no not at all. I think you've I think it'd be a gronk move to leave the keys in the car and not mentioned them. I know so yeah. I mentioned the other guy, but it was slow. Like it was one of those cases where we were I was catching up with Uncle Trevor. He's come to Melbourne. first time meeting Trevor. Yet
He was when he was with the solicitors wasn't he? for the for the repayment on a payment plan for deals meaning we the debt collectors are after I saw you shadows in breakfast well done Thank you back in and I try and push back on that. Yeah, he did that, you know, the blog is like our dad has these Samsung Note 10 or whatever he's rocking.
He's got it ready to go. Just let Josh get the muffin.
But I yeah, he was the The driver was so slow. And just like that annoying thing where they're indicating like someone would indicate in front and then they wouldn't go around or something. So the guy wasn't that the driver wasn't that competent? Yeah, in driving. So I did wonder about his competency of getting these keys to the person so we'll never know. Well, I got a voicemail Did you from the guy whose keys? It was? What was his name bread done. I didn't say this.
But I didn't ask
Because I want to just do a voicemail because not my problem anymore. Yeah. And he just said, Hi, and I heard you got the keys. Thanks so much. Give me a call back. And this was right. I mean, the thing is that he's called me at 1130 11:36am the whole key thing I contacted the gym at 830. And so he's given it like, if you find out someone's got your keys, yeah, you should have pocketed them. I think you should have just had them nap because then he does become my problem. Yeah, but it became a lot of trouble Nana note. So what should I have done? I have them on you and he can pick him up from the studio. I can guarantee it would have annoyed the fuck out of you. Because what? I don't really care. I would have said guys, we can't do the show until john picks up his case. Right. JOHN could have got him midway through. But I think now I see the I wonder if you get them back now. Watch him. Yeah. And what do you say because does he have a number Did you give a number of the draught and have attitude
Hair hair. Is he going to fund the DDA? Exactly? Well, he knows now. Because if you think about if I didn't contact him, he could have been like, Where am I? They could be anywhere in the world. So now he knows that they were in the car. I know it's his responsibility to work out how to get to that car. Someone was telling me a storey about leaving a phone number, and then they got onto the Uber driver. And then he was just being really shit getting back to them. And so he did the find Find My iPhone thing went out to the west and found the fucking car knocking on the door that those IR and you know, got him bet the pain in the ass that that it was for him. So maybe it's a real pain in the day. So I said, Hi, there. I left your keys with the drivers. I hadn't heard anything after I called Jim. Hope you get them. Okay. Yeah. There is a lost and found button within the app, I believe. Did you do the research or you just I just saw Yeah, I did see like a lost and found. I say get some back. Yeah, I think I mean, if that were my case, I'll be straight. Mike. Can you give me the guy who's called
Yeah, yeah. And that's how I need my house KY actually so right. Yeah, there's a radio personality in the US named Bobby bones. I sort of like the country version of Ryan Seacrest, and he did an instal a storey the other day where he found someone's driver's licence. And he didn't instal a storey where he just took a photo and said, Hey, does anyone know this person? I want to give her back around licence? Or he's a celeb, so I guess it would be easier to but I mean, it was the number on there was this is the weird thing. He kept her date of birth. That's okay. Do you think that's okay? It's always a driving driver's licence number. Yeah, that was gone.
Maybe he's trying to do it. Like I mean, it's all good content. It's definitely awful content. I tell you something when night. I mean, when you're drunk and going in nightclubs and killing Uber's around on dudas these days, these days. You finally trial you definitely
You will lose it and so one night mean this girl Rachel, we're
going to the city in a cab to pick up her phone that she had Lyft with her friend. So we was like a 20 minute cab Why were you going with Rachel? Because we were heading back to replace we're hanging out okay, it's anyway this is fucking eight years ago somebody driving along pick up the phone What do you mean why was I with Rachel Maddow I bought I don't think even have to use names
girlfriend or no dropped off. We got to this club. She goes up gets the phone back. We're like great. Got the phone.
Go home next morning, where the fax my phone. She lifted in the cab that we got to go and pick up a phone. So the next morning, the next morning. We are calling it and this guy is he's okay. Hello. He's Irish actually and can't do it. Now.
This is Scott. Hey guy, and he can't do it. Anyway. We organised to go and pick the phone up from his place wasn't too far away. So we drove there. And he was the nicest guy. He's like, Yeah, I was in the was in the cab last night. And I saw the phone. I thought I'll just take it in in the morning. I'll call and make the you know, connect the dots and get back to the owner. That was a commendable guy. Yeah. I mean, you halfway there. You're halfway to being a real commendable guy. I just feel that the I would in a previous life. I've been described as having levels of codependency. And I mean, I didn't want to I didn't want to fall into the trap of somehow being codependent with someone's keys that I just found. So sort of like, you know what, I've done my bit because there's part of me, which is like, you know what, I'm going to drop them off to where where is he? Where is he live?
or working? or drop them off. Make sure you get some Okay. And then I was like, You know what? No.
I mean, what goes around comes around? Yeah, hopefully gets them. Hopefully this is I think we should try and close the loop. Maybe I'll text him texting me go Hey, bro. Okay, okay, we'll just give you a bit of an update as you because just imagine just imagine if, for instance it was, you know, in the opposite South side of town and how annoying How annoying would it be if someone had the case and they just kept moving around like that's how I felt I was like, Oh, well I'm gonna go from work to home. I know the good thing about having an businesses, we've got business hours, essentially we're in here all the time. Yeah.
Have you found anything before? 97 anything on the ground that you've returned that I've returned? Nothing, nothing? No, actually, I think No, actually, I can't think of anything that I've actually found you were on the receiving end of a good samaritan when you gave your GoPro that you actually
wanted to keep the guy that bought all the old shitty ones and so he's got this what a 4k GoPro in this yeah this nice little brand new GoPro so yeah you you were selling all these old ones and then you just had a GoPro box and forgot to take you the one you're actually keeping yeah so did he have to then spend the money and host hosted back Yeah, and you didn't reimburse it
you say this is what I made so that was the thing is right. Good luck like look at this guy she blows right now you could say I don't know what blow it was really good I think I could have ignored the situation completely. I could have pretended that the gronk but I mean, yeah appreciate because you could have also just read them go make paraphrase Becky whatever. But it was like you started something. The other thing to the reason why I gave him to the driver was because when I after all of that happened and I am I was on the phone to the gym. The driver
Fine kept calling, like ringing and he kept declining it and I wouldn't be surprised if it was the person I guess you can call like, I'm guessing it was probably like a lost and found option. Yeah and he kept apologising to me, man like are sorry, my phone keeps ringing. I mean, SAS on all of these Uber drivers, they're having fucking DJ family meetings, the days whatever, they're always on the phone or headphones. It's ridiculous. The key thing so I worked in an old school gym actually saying that. Now if you don't have your membership, and you go to fit in the first, so you just have forgotten the cards, you can say, here, here's my keys in exchange for a replacement card just for the time that you're at the gym so you can use lockers and whatever. Anyway, so I hand over my keys, but I'm always apprehensive because of my tracking. These could just be handed out because I've handed the wrong set of keys out before when I worked at body world, this old school bodybuilding gym, they were just had a key like a hanger and then you know, you give gronk an inch they'll take a mile so everyone
bodyboard they came in to do a workout and I just be like, I take my KO actually, can you take my wallet and so you end up just with taking care of people. And there's a high chance that it Fox up. So I took these keys and hung them up amongst a bunch and you got good at going then Bruce's keys. Janet's Kate. Yeah. But this one day I gave a pair of keys to this guy. And I didn't know I What did he say? He took them. He went home. And then another member comes up and says Can I have my keys and I'm just going I don't know where they are. I'm looking for the tags. And so I fact it I'd given the wrong civil case to the wrong person. And this this happens travelling a lot like I feel like it's always in the places where you feel like there's a potential for getting your identity stolen. mean like some weird thing in itself. people stealing your idea. Yeah, I mean, that's, that's a whole nother thing. I mean, it's a lot more than case. But think about like passports like if you go to one
random shit I feel like in Turkey when brain I would doing the like our hot air balloon and Kappa doc. Yeah. They were dislike right now isn't it a year ago a year ago? Yeah, well, but I feel like we're giving passports and stuff like that. Oh yeah. It's like the golden ticket you know, get out of a country. You don't want to not have a passport in somewhere like Turkey. Yeah, if you haven't got a passport, I got a passport I actually asked him to get he's Esther. So
any moment we could leave for the us if we wanted to. Yeah.
That's good. My friend flew all the way to the US and then got denied. On Why? Because I didn't have the No no, because she she'd gone, you know, on an ester, but she lived there. So then they think that she was coming back to work and try, you know, again, they're very strict on border security and people trying to migrate. But you get all the way there and my question was, how did you get back like, did they put you on a flight strike?
Why it's the airline's responsibility today today to charge you yet to ship No, no no. So the so the airline says
this is good. Well you gotta pay for the one there so she's completely wasted 24 hour know 2030 hours 30 plus hours and the stress of just rocking up and coming back because the airport so the airline there's some deal where it's Buy one get a return no but there must be in some sort of recall. Fucking aeronautical agreement. Hello. I don't know who the airports anyway so it must be there a nautical
nautical agreement. So what I'm trying to say is the airlines have an agreement I don't know who with it must be the US What does the aeronautical name by the way aeronautical? Isn't it just about like things in the sky or a nautical or agreements and arrangements
Can you just go on to Google and type in define aeronautical? Yeah, sure. It's a good word aeronautical. I can't believe I have no, I put words out my ass and I sometimes get it right until I might be one of those days relating to the science or practice of building or flying.
Yeah, but physics agreement. So
who's the agreement with so is it Australia? So if you fly United Airlines, is it United Airlines has a deal with their own government that if someone's comes in and they get denied, it's their responsibility to send them straight back? Well, that's why they check because normally they do their the checking before you even get on the flight like they need to, you know, look over and make sure you've got your esta but maybe that's the thing. You've actually got your esta. But then you get knocked back for another reason. Or how about that? Yeah.
Fucking tough. Why about this 97 you probably never heard this early. Like we're doing the show when I was travelling.
No. And we actually
on the way to the US, so I was flying from
Athens to, to Turkey and then at Turkey to the US. You're You're lucky even to get the Athens. The wind and yeah, that was right. So yeah, we're on Paris on an island. And
the but basically we're going to be interviewing Seth Godin in New York in like three days time, I was in Paris and we organised flights out of sorry, a boat out of Paris, to Athens, and then Athens we're getting on a flight and going to, to New York, via Istanbul in Turkey. Anyway, when we're in Paris, they cancelled all boats, because of weather. And so the only way out was by plane, and there was only one pipeline that was leaving on the day that we will leave it like basically
We found out the morning. And we were got the last two tickets on the fly. Fly these planes is so small.
Yeah, so we did that. So that was fine. Got to the Athens airport and lined up, showed my Esther. And then Bree was just like Google like finding on her find her. Esther. It turns out that her Esther had expired. So she didn't have a visa to be able to go into the US and and so they wouldn't let us go on to the flight to Eastern ball, because she didn't have it. And so we were sitting, using and this is what like, what pays off for me needing to be connected all the time. And I had great data. Yeah. And so we connected to the website and you know, like you don't want to speak. You feel it out. Yeah. So we had to fill out an Insta form.
And then it says like, it's got 48 hours yes to do it, and so filled one out, and then refresh the page. And it said confirmed though it says, oh, they're 48 hours. Yeah, minimum. Usually, it says 1010 business days or something like that maybe for you.
Because even the cheaper option, you can here's a tip for you. Some people fuck up by going to the Google Store and they go through a third party and end up spending heaps more you can go directly on the government side. That's what you have to that's where you should go. But I can't believe that they because someone's actually overheard someone recently saying, Oh, you need you need at least two days or something to get you arrested. They won't let you in. But I reckon that's like such a rare case that you can refresh and have it Yeah, those lucky I reckon it's probably because Bry was had had an ester before. But the thing is that she's mad to Trump as well. Yeah, just made a call. No, but I think that
Just think about if we had fucked up one thing so if it was just like in that stressor doing it all because we tried to do it on the phone it shows were just user experiences her random stranger on the phone so we've taken out my laptop and was doing hotspot in government websites yeah any still haven't checked that my Gov message to get Don't take my government your phone it's treasures actually met is an app is there another reason for it was like this is a nap you should download it. No, no, no.
No, there's a mini. I think it's a Medicare. Okay. So what would have you done? hypothetically? If so you could get in three couldn't. What do you do? We already talked. I was already playing. I was in the air. Yeah, I was flying over my brain. I'd already talked about it. And she was very much like, so yeah, this is my backup and because breeze the most organised person I know. And so for her like we were coming off the back of three and a half months of just leisure. And so that I guess that's part of what happened but she was like, you're going to go on like you'd have to
Die. And so like we were almost preparing ourselves like, Okay, well, you're going to be okay, we'll organise a flight and make it work. And maybe I probably should have known that the Ester would have been fine. And so I should have gone harder of being here and said, Now I'm not going. But I was like, yep.
Have to get a hotel, but I'll make it.
Yeah, we leave our wives and girlfriends to go see.
worst places to be left. But it's the best equivalent of
like, showing you cards unnecessarily. Like if you're going to be liked something. Yeah, the other day, I was running light was like,
nine times out of 10. This person is like, yeah, I'm not gonna say anything. And let's just see what happens. And sure enough, I bet them to the location. And so then I didn't look like I was like, we've done it with the podcast. We had something come up we needed to shift the guest and we wanted to record but just
I not held that and boom, just a couple of professionals?
I think it's I think he's pretty human. I think he's especially if you want to have a nice not home and your friends cancelled on me there's actually nothing better. It feels like you've your own like it. You know, it feels like a public holiday. It feels like straight on holiday. Yeah. These don't feel normal, you know, cancel culture, because culture is a thing. But he says there was a literally a New York time if you type in cancel culture, New York Times 97 there was an article probably written two and a half years ago, all about it. I can't I think cancer culture was a different thing. It's all about the people getting cancelled, like shows being cancelled. But that wasn't the same and I have seen I watch Saturday night
is Eric McManus has a TV show TV show on Saturday nights and wrote I just wrote he's a struggling TV personality. That was when Josh and I were growing up one of my favourite shows Dr. Live Hamish and Andy were that I watched it with
I'm Ryan Shelton so so good so this is a thing so I watched it and
I had to turn it off based on the pain that it was giving me really just and then I went down a rabbit hole of like as I was like I I'm gonna watch some of these old stuff. And I watched all like highlights of rove live 2004 and it was just the best TV that like Avril Levine performing Hank performing that had Hilary Duff on the and it was just this back and forth really quick conversations. And
maybe it's like just too much, too much pressure. I thought you're going to say it was you watched it and it wasn't as good as what you remember because that happens a lot now.
Live 2004 holds up as an amazing show. He used to like close down a street called a sack in a in a suburban neighbourhood do the show from like the house is your house.
Do who do a thing where they would go live? And they would you would not know this Mr. Nice haven't you? Probably what are you googling right now? Cancel culture now there's actually it's not the right thing cancel come into the thing I was talking about it's musicians being cancelled and also like, comedians it's like it's it's playing everything's being cancelled yeah now it's about like the title wrong. Thanks one thing for fans to dump a celebrity that's interesting. Now I swear cancer culture I've only heard in respect to like could you make
friends cancelling plans and then right cancel culture and design right? Some hipster New York Times reporter just used it in the wrong context now but this was this was from a few years ago now. But I because I remember doing a Facebook post saying Yeah, sad. Even though that's the show survive live new show. It's not so easy. Easy trying to be the old rover. Is it like Uh
huh. Yeah, I'm trying to work out what
These or is it just, you know why I'm part of it. Part of it is that it's the times, so the ship that the ship that you could laugh at in 2004. And that whereas it felt like
there was a constant feeling of you can't say that bike, which I think is a good thing, but maybe from a comedic flow, you've got an audience. That was the other thing. They were when like I went I've seen a Conan live of saying Jimmy Kimmel Live, and
there's a lot of work done, especially
Jimmy Kimmel, I saw at South by Southwest, but Conan I saw at his studio, and they do heaps of work around like, getting everyone excited and clapping and just like laughing and almost feels ridiculous because they say, okay, when Conan comes out, you need to be clapping. And he's gonna tell you to stop. You just got to keep going. Okay, right. And it's almost like they
said that to Rob's audience, but if you if, if you're feeling a little bit anxious, just clap. Right? And so there's just like, every time just come out boy said some everyone's like clapping. And it just I was.
And I feel like it. Yeah. What is that? Because they're all talented people. They're all like amazing
entertainers. Well, so they're trying to socially they're trying to engineer when people clap, right? It's like, sitcoms or even Seinfeld was like, you could hear the crowd. You know, it's like, it's like, you can hear it you're you're told when to laugh at it. It's a problem that it's actually not that funny. And we're just conditioned differently now that we laugh and we want what it's almost like celebrating. The audience is like designed to celebrate the guests. Yeah. And so when it's not necessarily connecting all I have it like I think it'd be really hot I reckon. If if we're trying
I have a conversation. And every single time we said something that's not that funny. It got a clap and a lot which I'm disappointed missing. It doesn't actually do that.
Yeah, I got my little I don't think they even opened up the noise gate.
Even so in law, so at live events, things are funnier podcasts. This is why Joe Rogan said I don't record mine live, because it's a different environment, right? It's actually suits a nice, comfortable, small intimate room. And it's nice to have people here but when you do save, we put 2030 4050 people in front of us. I'm sure the energy would be different and people will connect with different things that they want through the headphones when they just by themselves. And like I would love to say like Australian TV, talk shows like evening sort of like night shows. There's not really anything don't exist King Kinney but that's all pre recorded the project and that's rose Yeah.
So what channel was it on 10 back to his old stomping ground I mean they got a cancel it right they had a really bad writings as well. I mean, TV crude and unfunny current on funny. Yeah, well read an article. That's the Daily Mail but trustee rove sometimes you need to be aware when to throw in the towel Saturday night was
I mean, this is the thing this is not I think you're probably on the money. So the criticism though when I worry about is is that the answer disrobed just have to give up that doesn't feel fair he's playing affair but does that fit like but I think what is I think as an artist you need to understand the times or you at least need to have a crack Did he just get a shitload of cash and doing what he wants to do so maybe he's winning? Yeah, but I think I just want to have that they want something to work something to connect something he just wants to do a good job Exactly. So met but maybe why doesn't even podcast Why does he have and so that was told
Look at what we create with not much money. I guess that was part of it, which was like
if all of this is just like muscles were building muscles, he hasn't lifted a wage from our eyes based on like what we're seeing in the public. He hasn't lifted,
you know, a heavy weight in seven years, seven or eight years or however long it was since rove and then so him just getting out and being able to do it is really hard. He did rover lie, and that didn't go so which I watched some of that too. Now I heard him he was interviewing Seth MacFarlane.
And yeah, you what's commendable about Rob is that he conquered Australian television. created a company that now has one of probably the most popular night shows if there is any, the project and then I saw him write about rover LA. It was his dream to go and have a shower.
In LA, so we fulfil that dream I'd be like if we wanted to do something and it doesn't land. So how do you say it's like I've we've accomplished the thing. We've done the action of creating the show, but it hasn't done the the the reward on the other side of it, which is probably what he's doing now. Maybe it's also like culture. So if you think about when rove was doing that show, it was like one of the first seasons of Big Brother one of the first seasons of Australian Idol. It's like when everyone was watching like when you go to school. Everyone was talking about the same thing. And it felt like reality had that novelty we weren't sort of over like like he was having hard hitting conversations with like, big brother people. It's just like if you tried to do that on The Bachelor like Yeah, yeah.
People are they for the garbage but that's what it's it's really good if out. Fucking great. alum I'll put a link in the show notes because that the old school right
Yeah that eight minute highlights package. Yeah the hot and there was I went down an absolute rabbit hole someone to put together like a five minute
montage of Kerry big more with no dialogue just like jazz music
is quite strange. I mean there's lots of successful people that came that were on the rise within that show now the superstars in Australia so yeah, whether it's these Tommy just to wrap up you're going to get an email. It's 97 got a couple of miles. We got a couple Ryan Spencer it's the end of an era But hey, that was one hell of a send off. This is in relation to deal yet. We've got a video going out for deals last end off today. Yeah, really? Yeah. What is it? It's got together, Allah will get it up. So what's you know, it's just he made me that guy can
pull Boston night two and a half thousand calories. Go to our Instagram. It's an adjective a video. Perfect right? It went for more than a minute.
Yeah, he made
that split up as well. So what I did was I cut every moment I didn't do a time that I got every moment he took a bite. And so there's just
it's funny. It's great, right?
I wasn't looking for it.
Just take on. Good.
Just let it go. Just let it go. though. I was one little disappointed that they went Flemington cake. We did lemon tins in the early days. Yeah, yeah, we did.
This is from deals mom to healthy as well. I'm intensity he wanted to raise maybe we needed a bit of pink. Pink is it smells like a pink doughnut? I could smell. It was ridiculous. Anyway, real sugary, Josh Tommy missing 97 and all I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for inviting deal to Melbourne except accepting him as an intern and being there for him for the past four months. This is his man ladies with names. Where he did he said Michelle Willie with coming
words the line cannot express how Thanks for everything you and all the people he has met have done for him while he was there.
You have all become part of our family and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for the daily talk show. And for all of you personally, we wish you all the best for future endeavours and we'll be following along with everything on Instagram and watching on YouTube. Styria. Steve. Jason Michelle gronk squad is has grown it has it yeah felt like a sending veal off into his hotel room which could have been a really bad he stayed at the at the airport. Yeah. The night before his flight wonder what he Do you know what he
didn't ask him? I think he's probably just I
telling him to you really selling in room service thought when we near the hotel. I just can't be doing anything. Yeah.
Nvidia loves the show but the thing that I love hotels having cnn on just watching the news yeah but complemented with a
What do you call it? The little triangle sandwiches the
flop sandwich sandwich. Yeah. Chicken lettuce and biking. We work it out remember? Oh yeah. And anyway, we got another email Yeah, another one from called done this. Hi Tommy Josh, Mr. 97 and three day deal, lads. I just wanted to say thank you have listened to Episode 100 with Hamish Blake from the one hour mark countless times what happened before
talking shit. But maybe it was where he went real reflective. Yeah, that we are gonna listen to that you and I even talk about the fact that like our first few minutes of a conversation. It's not our strongest. I don't think there's many great podcasts and some of my favourite ones all say 20 minutes he kind of hitting his stride. Everything's just relaxed to that point. Hello.
Did that conversation go for an hour? Tim?
was so generous he just flown in from me it was light we got the episode just I was like 11 that would have been the one of the lightest episodes we ever put out. I was like 1130 yeah yeah it's it's completely changed my perspective on life and creativity. You have no idea how much I really appreciate that you've put Hamish his compensation out into the world. keep on keeping on Avon grave and Andre banana.
Thanks. It's it's the
you know why it's so amazing what we get to do and that the fact that so many like it, Molly Yes. Like, like so many amazing people are willing to have conversations with us. Yes. It's very easy to just say no, or, or just ignore our requests. Totally. It's just a capturing a moment of time. Like that's what I love about like an hour and whatever it was.
Hi, I'm over an hour it's you know you didn't Josh gave you a few it's a bite and he didn't know he really did I think you even you gestured as if you work.
But we've got that moment in time that people anyone can listen back to. It's a weird thing. And so as we we forget totally about the past when we're just constantly thinking today. What's on tomorrow? What's on the next day? What's on this week? Our 44 Oh, wow, that's a good solid 45 minutes. Yeah, fuck it.
44 storeys in 15 minutes anyway. It's,
I've captured this in time. That's fact, we delete this.
That's what I also love. We don't edit any of this stuff. So every conversation you're hearing is unedited. It's unscripted. We literally had someone that might not come on based on not being edited, I think, Okay, good, bad, bad, but we it's a moment where we stand strong to what we are
Notice Charlotte edits. And for that reason we
also I think there's a, I think there is a, there's an exchange you do with not editing. So that's why we encourage people if you starting not to edit because you're actually going, I'm signing up for giving my genuine take on something. And you're outed if you create a podcast and again, a lot of trouble. It's probably because you think a whole bunch of shit that you that isn't with ourselves so many times are being done like that. Like if you think about it, I was even going through the snippets that Mason had made. It's just like so many times we're like, oh, why am I still talking? You know what I mean? Yeah, but I but we don't edit. Like if we were to listen to what we could make ourselves sound, at least 5% smarter. I think you its rapid learning to this. Even if you don't care or have aspirations to have some huge podcast, just creating something where you having conversation or talking is so educated.
Because you have a chance to stuff up, and then you come back and there's no better way to learning then then I believe, by then it is by stuffing. And so like when have you? What do you think you've learned the most through doing this show?
I've been thinking a lot about
stereotypes. And so
you could think of a stereotype. And I won't go into because I think it's something I learned but having a stereotypes real or are they?
You know, so if you're the classic group of people and stereotype that group of people, this is not not saying being racist, but it's taking a bunch of people and saying something that consistently happens and then affirming that by your personal experience with those people, but then I'm thinking, I don't know how.
I don't think there's much benefit in pointing out a stereotype of
a certain group of people, because my stereotypes just put people in boxes. You're on there for No, it's just noise. But yeah, so that's one thing I was thinking about. I've probably been quickened a stereotype groups of people in my life. And I've said things on this podcast that have pointed to a certain group of people that have stereo that is a stereo topic. And then I thought, I don't know if I needed to even acknowledge that area. And so then dropping that out of the conversation, so that that didn't come out of some big thing that went on in the show. It's like literally just I said it, and I was like, I didn't feel good about it. And so when you don't feel good about something, that's why showing up saying stuff, talking, interacting, understanding is your way to learning. For me, it makes me understand
more about myself. It wasn't I mean, it wasn't even based on someone else's reaction to it, which is usually how people learn. They say just when you when you have new mates, yeah, and you start saying
Okay, how would that make feel about this and that and we started like, I guess we, like Jason Fox talks about co creating or whatever, we're always constantly co creating. And that's why I think it's why I love just having more guests, someone gives us more opportunities to co create and to learn from other experiences to which I think is all we're doing is gaining more and more empathy. Like I was even an understanding other perspectives. Yeah, things because, however we view the world is just based on our beliefs and thoughts and surrounding so it's, it's testing all of those and that's great because you can have people on that we don't actually agree with but then you can just have understand a bit, but you don't have to understand someone's politics. To have a conversation with Mike. I think maybe we've gone to like black and white with stuff. I could see the they're either on our side, or they're not. Whereas like I think that they're probably using
Mike, the grey area the variables like okay, something has shaped someone's thoughts based on the experiences they've had. And how we further isolating those people based on being like I you know what you don't believe how we believe so we're not going to have you on.
Yeah, it's constantly learning. What about you? 97 What have you learned? Probably, I think the part I'm still learning it but it's, it's helped me formulate, I guess, inarticulate thoughts and opinions. Like I never really thought I had much to say about all these like different topics. But then, like, something comes up on the show. And then it'll make me think about it for the next like few days or whatever. And that that's a way for me to, I guess like succinctly develop my thoughts and be able to articulate them in the sort of Yes, the same manner. Like it's it's hard because
Whenever you have those thoughts, they're just, they're just in your head and you never actually have to talk about them. So being able to verbalise them, they're big learning for me because we're just reacting normally like we're just in the moment reacting to however we feel without necessarily giving it the critical thought about Okay, why would Why do I think about x y&z and thinking only gets you so far there's other pieces to the equation that can take you down. So if you want to be more articulate, how do you get better at being articulate, you speak? And then you think so you think and then translate the thinking into spoken word and you listen, and because I guess part of it is it's like you, like, you 12 it damage in, garbage in garbage out. And so we are the content that we consume. We are the conversations that we have the people that we listened to. So that's part of it, too, is
knowing Okay, we don't have all the answers. So let's just have
Have a conversation and listen.
Molly yesterday said I think it was
don't ask, don't
listen to learn listen or don't listen to respond. Yeah, yeah. Listen to learn not to respond yeah listen to learn, don't listen to respond, which is great because it's like when you're telling somebody about how, how much awareness they are lacking that conversation usually goes he's the things and I don't need anything back from you right now. Yeah. Because he they are in his heart maybe all but but is actually now you get to listen and then because if you're just and I've done this I think we could all get on the back foot and do we want to robot and give an excuse or reason as to why something happened why everything's on new ones too because just that person's experience and the how they're laying it out is their individual experience. Doesn't mean it's right as well. Yeah, that's that's the other complex bit about that.
Okay, so how many times have people
said look, I'm being really honest right now? Like, like, trying to frame something really main in them just being super honest. Yeah. Which is like Oh no. Well, that's still just how you feel it's not react like thoughts on facts. Yeah, yeah. Anyway, tomorrow, great show coming up. Shameless. Yeah. Back on Michelle on Zahra. Looking forward to that. Don't ever say that was a
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