- August 29, 2019
Today we chat about our newly stocked office, Bodhi and the biscuit jar, and old school film and video games.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
– Magazines in 7-Eleven
– Our newly stocked office
– Bodhi and the biscuit jar
– Bodhi’s new day care
– Developing film and photos
– Old video games
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 439. What's happening guys? How are we good if he's good, very good. Very, very good, but I've had a lot of sleep this week. I'll tell you what. I was getting a bit sick. What time did you go to bed? Ah, I mean Monday night 730 Tuesday nights at eight o'clock last night's reasonable hour 930 and I'm just feeling like I would be so sheet if I didn't have that sleep. So big babies rested. Oh, you're having dinner earlier then? Because my issue is going to bed then my TomTom still fall. Ah. I mean, I don't eat. I didn't get full every night that I
get what you get for me if you got an N das. Did you go there last night? Yes, I did. Okay, now which the guy that we filmed the chef. He was there. Yeah. Did you give him the eyes like Well, yeah, I did. And I was like, I think he's giving me the
But that was just customer service. Good. I just said I said the video went out he goes, Oh, Mike Yeah, I filmed it was the one in the easy, right? Oh, yeah, of course.
I do a placeholder. So it wasn't like he could give me extra added context I when I used to be personal trying to seeing clients as they look completely different. They're in there, you know, going out attire, not their active way. And just you just be like looking at them for a moment. Who are you Why? We've got it. I've got a meeting like a Skype call today. And I had a moment of like, I haven't had any really important meetings. But this is one of those cases where the client doesn't know about the show. They don't know about us. You're saying you've dropped the hoodie. Tell you saying that? Yeah, I was. I was actually going or thinking about wearing a button up shirt
to bring it into the office.
I mean, you can have a shirt office, his office shirt off his shirt. The problem is that I've had
I've had a slight blow out and I my fear is that
I'll have to have the buttons on done, which is fine. It's a look. So I was at seven living the other day. It's not some paid promotion. That's why I was actually placing them getting my free coffee for the month. I mean, I've got many across the month, the free coffee over this month. And there's the one that I go to. Has the magazine stand sort of like where you wait. So it was a big queue was early morning for people in front of me. And I'm waiting then sometimes I just like look at the magazine covers I don't pick them up it just like such trash. It's fucking ridiculous trash.
Trash. And do they actually do they do pornos anymore. They
just show you a little photo. Jesus. I thought No One No One read porn magazines. Let alone read the
While waiting to get a 711 $1 coffee mug Oh absolute shameless just flicking through a porn it's like a
realise that they thought they had to be sealed No dude, he took it from behind the bit where it says like, you know, it's like not all of them is sealed some of them you can just grab an open but it's behind this bit that makes it out like this behind here it's black This is a nudie mag It almost looks quite medical style upon don't think it's like the female body image like in that. You know what I look upon that this bloke by proxy got me looking at
the whole reason you did this was to virtue.
I had some banter with a woman behind me because I was like, is this guy for for real? And I just looked behind me and I locked eyes with this woman I was like
I'm just like I said, I'm more of the cooking magazine guy.
I'm surprised people even buy these things. And so this guy
overheard us but he just didn't give a shit. He absolutely didn't give a shit that he was just blatantly looking at a poor man while waiting for $1 call so respected.
You respect the fact that he doesn't give to share. I respect the fact that I mean let's say the new ID or what did you say this was called people it's a People Magazine. People mag life. People magazine has been around like isn't people may People magazine was some form of high. It's not high and People Magazine Australia is a sort of low end porn, like light porn. Walter Mitty work at People Magazine. Maybe, maybe you know in that film Walter Mitty. Yeah. Anyway, he is one of these when I was a young kid, like this is what we were trying to get our hands on. I'm shocked that they're not sealed. Some of them are. I mean, this is I guess not hardcore enough. No, no. Okay. It's been made. So if you're wondering to anyone by porn mags or actually grab them, so my they do my brother once
bottle and it's one of those moments where it's it's a storey in our family now because he spotted Melbourne demons football player. So the club that my family's gone for for, you know, for my love for our entire lives and she spotted one of the main players buying one of these porn mags from a from a service station. One afternoon This is nearly as good as the family storey of the weatherman nearly buying your house man that was a good storey
by Clark it Michael I could nearly bought No no, it was never that he nearly bought it. It's that he denied that he'd walked through our house when it was open for inspection and mom bumped into him and said Oh, so you
were selling the house? Oh, really? Yeah. You went through Oh, no. He denied it. Is this we denying of having gone from me? It's like you don't want to be sticky bake. Yeah, I mean, I could understand denying the porn more than like, I mean
Say deny the porn. Yeah. Oh, that you go into an open for inspection. That's okay.
Let us frowned upon your battles. I mean you're taking a sip out of right now. So assertive stream bottle yeah well
you know sometimes decisions are made without me financial ones good decisions
how much was it? How much was it? A good question 60 bucks so fast the biggest problem is that every no one knew the answer yeah i mean i think the bottles that we the guest cylinders actually cost more than the actual product and the name
a lot of balloons around the office what's going on guys? Can you actually blow up a balloon with him? I don't think he can 70 bucks he doesn't get it does he? Baby doesn't get some form it gets you high so the idea well, it's the gas inside of it. Yeah, young young folk get into it's a real industry. There's like delivery services for them. It's fucking disgusting. Or maybe it's for soda streams. Because I yeah,
No good I've been like I was asking 97 How many times can we actually use one of these names before it runs out? Because
how long does a bob last? Did you work it out? Well, I mean obviously depends on their usage but I would we've got three of them that will probably last us maybe a month or do you know what I don't think these are the same these are actually soda stream big canisters right? Yeah, now I don't think the kids kids down second those are no no no, I'm talking about the ones for whipped cream and things the same little balls I didn't see how you put it together anyway. I'm actually happy you bought that I thought what about so the other thing that I bought?
So we were going and getting last finishing touches of the office building new town for people to wipe their hands Why were you so upset about our previous town? 97 it was it didn't have the right like boss if you felt when it smells a bit funny as well. You just dancing camp? Yeah.
What we have at heart and mom washes it It wasn't organic cotton Yeah, so we had to get a new hand towel
and tea towels we got tea towels as well to be fair guys when we first moved in here we did what we could I brought on like the only reason we ever had anything was because I brought him home and even if nice haven't thought that one Yeah, baby he's a privileged little 19 year old that still lives at home you know? Yeah, just loving loving the love and the luxury of home. Anyway and so we power bill and so we we got some snacks as well webinars guys.
happening there but we got we got snacks 97 was pushing the healthy snacks which I agree with. The issue is it's hard to it's hard to buy healthy snacks, but a packaging and healthy snack was hard to buy healthy snacks when you're in the chocolate aisle
way they live it and so I did have a
To have a moment where I was like, we got these really nice jars, we got two jars. And I just I feel like any good business has like 97 put together at least two days ago, on the board of everything he hated about the office. Did you to instruct into or Yeah, I told him to do mention it just
it's pretty passive aggressive. Otherwise, it's just like, you know, what was some of that? I'm trying to think of one of the things that you hated about the office smell. Yeah. Which the smell I mean, it's, it's you making it like it's really bad. He also doesn't like that white cushion, which you will notice is gone. Like I said, we started here, I bring the
board I do feel as though he put together a big list and then I circle and say, Okay, these are things that we can sort out and one of the filters was I wanted us to have a well stocked kitchen. And so I got a bunch of biscuits. I got a job and I got lollies and the rule was going to
Be guest only Yeah, what was I mean there's always the adapting face any new rule?
Well, we I mean, the problem with fucking having that stuff and like invalid I got into college I don't work in that joint I was there helping you on a shoot and next meeting Royals few teams it's a great
number one congratulations number seven great place to work in Australia and he's announced yesterday that number seven yeah fuck yeah so anyway biscuits is one of those things like I don't know skits but it's a we've had to actually move them out of the kitchen just because it is so I didn't realise how
little self control literally like the whole day like I didn't I realised I didn't have lunch. I didn't have any proper food. Would you eat biscuits and lollies. And then Bodie, your son came over? Yeah. Hey,
I straightaway had this idea of, wouldn't it be great to start getting him fat?
no fat bit like, appreciate, like, creating the stellar job creating moments when he looks back. Like when I was a kid, when I would go to my dad's work, I would get a stack of his business cards and I love collecting business cards and I would count them. And I was like, how about every time Bodie comes to the office? We give them a biscuit. Do you like that idea? As a parent? Oh, no, not at all.
I mean, they're sugary. They're the stuff that he doesn't get. I get why someone who isn't a father was an apparent loves the idea because instant connection rapport. He's going to be coming up to Joshua. Joshua Joshua picky, picky, like it's nice to have someone.
I mean, 97 was getting into it because haven was downtown. Yeah.
So I What am I dead
Best Friends, colon, colon KA
he used to come over a lot. He'd always come over and visit and he'd take it any and he's thing was bringing us a white Fredo frog photos of me with a white shirt. I don't even know. I can't remember saying I want to wait for it for the white friend of frog is just the thing that he brought. Yeah, but he also matched it up. The routine was magic. So he, I was convinced this guy could do magic. So he came up and go, all right, I've got a coin. You can see my hand here. And then he just
do that thing where he goes really fast. And then his hands are, you know, he's made two fists, and then he'd say, which one did he not, you know, nothing. Nothing. And then he'd be like, right now you're going to find it because it's vanished to somewhere around the house and where was it made? I actually don't know if I've even got this info off my dad and we've got dad on for Father's Day episode which we should grill him about this because I was
convinced he could do magic and he'd be walking around looking under things insane getting warmer getting warmer. He must have got my dad to plan to coin the same coin. You must have cold head and gonna get I don't know if he could have been my Balfanz and shit maybe the cat. He's gone over to a payphone he could have could have. It wasn't it was elaborate. But I used to also get once I found it, I'm pretty sure that was when I got the frog. But there's something there. It's a nice memory. So I think I'm happy for the beaky. I'm not, I'm not just gonna say, manager, I'm happy to be a magician, man. You can it's up to you. I don't wanna I don't want to tell you what to do. So maybe, yeah, what could I would it's I feel like it would get old very quickly if I started calling you every time directing you to hide six coins in different parts of
well, it's more when we come to the office so you can preempt that Yeah, you can do it before we get Yeah, I can't cry but you don't have love that idea.
The problem yet the business
Skipping got too easy too quick because he knows exactly where the biscuits it just goes to the kitchen just looks up yeah just like a biscuit and sorry I like gave him half a one so he had one and a half yet i mean they're not much different to the adult version like you think about you saying there's no self control. He just the only thing he can do is grab the keys that are up on the Yeah, on the yes like I learned that even when we have sitting and looking after a dog Yeah, the dogs like the person that's feeding them. It took me a while to learn but bro you wouldn't be like that I'll be nice to break. And then when I found out that I could because the thing is they're not necessarily nice to the one that picks up the ship. Got this shit I just need to feed them and I'll be nice. It was funny meme that we're talking about without me recently is like a meme of like the cat and a dad and it's like, you know the the one that knit never wanted the animal becomes the one that
Most in love with these animals now it's so true that like my friend brought home a dog and her dad was so pissed. so pissed. But I went came back like couple months later they just like he it was these little princess This is all god you know what the cutest thing I've ever seen on the instagram instagram ever my entire life Mason no better than Craig hapa petting a puppy.
Big muscly man wasn't the cutest thing that you've ever seen
a little fight off? Yeah, it was so nice. I want him to have a dog I think it's something sign I'd love to say hops walking the dog big massively man. Yeah, dog. I might add my cat, which who I named my cat
MYKT my cat.
It was a bit like that. For whatever reason she didn't like me, but liked the rest of my family. I actually didn't like JK they liked my mom, I think. I think it was due to the feeding thing. What his mom fed? Yeah, yeah. So
What happens, but the the idea of having an animal?
I mean, maybe I'm to say, I mean, I'm not planning on having kids, let alone having an animal, especially caring for something other than yourself. Yeah, I mean care for Bry but she's self sustainable wipes her own bum? Definitely. But I mean, the main Molly was talking about the other day travelling with pets, apparently horrendous. I don't know. I don't know. But the thing is, travel. This is only this privileged place we've got to where you actually can then take a pet on trips, because we've had pets all my life. And we went away, but it was always like, we have to either take it to the candle, and you've got to either get a family. It's so ridiculous. It's expensive. My dog came home with a bit of a tail missing got it jammed in the door. Oh, poor Robbie dog. I remember it. We went to we took him to the kingdom. We went away. And he came back and these tile. It was just it's, I mean, I'm changing bodies' daycare at the moment. So he's doing
Today's his title, two days and three, you know, three days he's original one, two days at the new one. I really do. Is he switching between two? Is that good for him? It's better than going full time. Is it real? Okay, because he's I had to pick him up. That's why I was in the office yesterday because he was a bit said he wanted a new one. Yeah, just because he's, he's working. And my point is that
these little animals, these little animals, they're trying to, you know, they're out of their own environment. They're out of what's normal for them. How do you not like what how do you know that bodies' benefit sad What does it do? It talks about mommy at work, but he wanted to he wanted to be picked up. And so they patterns like mom picked him up both times from the new daycare, my mother and so he was saying Gee, I want joe joe joe Joe's coming to pick me up so they get to know stuff. Their little so that's why the big thing he's he's convinced he knows that. Yes, the bikini. That's why I think he's right before they ever let you face time of the day.
KI could not have saved to pick up potentially. It was
him up I wanted to pick him up to make him know that it's okay I sat with him for a little while and some afternoon tea and then he came back and had more food he is it a lot of Vicky's is it setting a precedent now that he knows that if anytime he's feeling sad, he can just say now you're going to push them you're going to push them a little bit so it's
I wouldn't do this five weeks into it he can stay there is in safe environment. But did you say that to him? Yeah, I talked to him. He said What did you What are you talking about? I just say that you're you know you're here all day. This is this is okay. This is lovely people here it's safe. So did you actually hang around, hang out hang out because I thought it was a good idea while we had afternoon tea with people I got the vibe What did they had an afternoon tea?
match healthy meals and what we're doing actually is pretty much Mr. 97 died few celery sticks. Almost Yes.
Hey legit if you little crackers It's cute. It's very cute. Oh, nice I've never got any emails What's going on? Yeah, we got one from grace gronk love yesterday's episode. Sorry for another email this is in relation she sent an email
the other day about the episode where we talked about we had like ups and downs
just a storey on the wrong item being returned to a person. So this was about TJ you gave the wrong you have the wrong case. What ended up happening with that? Ah, the guy called who took the wrong set of keys and said I've got this barricades it up mine. So so lucky. He then brought them back in do we never get to the end of that storey? Did you just say that? I remember you telling the end of that storey? Oh, no, I don't think I think we just left it out. But the only reason I would know is because I gave you could if you could establish it. The only reason on you is because I given
them to someone else and then it all came around which and a better result than the DVD drive. Yeah, I I put a post on Instagram, the and I texted the guy and said Hey, have you got your keys yet? And he hadn't got the keys but the thing is is
he doesn't give a shit about his kids what's wrong with that guy them they must be low level case there must be like it must be to a cave. It only opens every like, like for a door that he only opens every two weeks. It's only work he's like he's got a set just had a blue and a blue key. I felt like it had a fair few things on it anyway.
Yes, continue nonsense. When I was in London recently, I mentioned it to my friends almost as much as Tommy mentioned shipping and shipping. I wasn't allowed to take my disposable camera into a nightclub crazy I know. So I handed it into the cloakroom. When I got home, I went to get the photos developed and to my surprise, I picked up the phone
I have two girls that have gone to the Amalfi Coast. Side note I had not gone to the Amalfi Coast. biggest question is how I got the camera as there are no photos of London, trying to figure out if it's worth finding the gills and my camera, or if I just accept that as long gone thoughts. I think it's cool. It sounds like some form of mission. It's very very hard. like
you'd have to make a video tell a storey it's the thing we were talking about a celebrity who wasn't the celebrity doing that the celebrity is Bobby Bobby bone. So he's got a million followers or something behind but I couldn't be done. I want to say a couple of these photos. Like little Kenny ship bikini shots into the Melfi cows who see bikini shots. I've eaten pizza on the mouth. Yeah, straight gelato just
isn't there a little bit of that there's the from a voyeuristic point of view. Like I remember younger, like there was always a conversation. Just like if you
Talking nodes to the place where they'll develop their mind develop them for you. Do you remember that? My mom for think so. Mr. 97 there wasn't a digital camera in the early days. We were just it was just bloody Fujifilm. And a nice big flash and my Bama
you had to be a few laughs You just say maybe to let me my brother's
brown eyes and you get developed
it was such a and your mom went and picked him up
they also do that these yours the checking in Could you imagine if it was just one of the ass
the the one hour lighting development places. Yeah, that was that's another nostalgic sort of thing. Like being a
you could get your ears pierced they're like the ship that some places you get ESPN
photo plus get some, you know, we used to do it so I used to be obsessed with seeing graffiti on the side of trains, where these people have done big murals. And we would follow the trains around would go to like Richmond station and white It was a thing we were probably a year at nine and there's a bunch of us and it was like you'd be spotting spotting panels like all that. And so we'd have our flash camera you know, like our disposable and others one on a train line nine and we all run down and go and like get back and take photos of it
and and then would take them and get them developed. Like that's so much fun. I remember getting a new device. You'd get a new disposable camera every time you're gone school camp. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah.
You'd press that there was like you probably if you ever found it for
One with one did not the only disposable cameras I had like the digital cameras guy price now though the they have like a plastic Cassie and they were like waterproof. Oh yeah. When I do remember that Yeah, yeah, but I had a bit then you could these are like legit probably horrible for the environment just the thing that you had been? Did they even do them anymore? Yeah. Did you ever hear about like, because they were plastic and then they had like a paper surrounding them. It was always like don't take off the paper because you can get you can get electric shock from it. I remember that. I feel like people used to mock them and do things like the with the batteries and shit. Yeah. Or you could there was actually ways of modifying them. I feel like hey, Hayden dibs on the couch. You're into film photography, I guess. Yes. cost for Raleigh's dies. It depends because they're starting to redevelop
Certain films now because it's kind of coming back around and I bought three roles
two weeks ago for 20 bucks and they were just standard Fujifilm 200 ISO rolls but then go up to like 30 bucks Ah shit and then how much you costing? How much does it cost to get them printed or get this like it's like 20 bucks and it takes it's like when I went to go get my last wrote about it was like a three day white that's bullshit the white and so the what happened to me like yeah now I remember it's sort of like six or seven years ago now I got waiting three days to see if I
would be spirit and how much would that cost
but no i i remember the first film camera, I got took all these photos and I went to BW to get it developed. And I said to them I created this storey because I wanted them done like straight away.
I said, these are really important photos and you need it done straight away. When's the earliest like we can have it done in an hour? I'm like, Okay, perfect. I came back in an hour. And the guy just comes out and he's holding the whole thing. I hadn't fuckin put the film in properly and there was not a single photo on the whole film. Have you had that heightened effect? Well, that's the that's kind of the beauty of film. Now it's
got into your camera if you want that to happen. Close your eyes.
I do get it there is something fun that I think there's even mods that you can do that turns
those disposable cameras into like you can reuse them. Really? Yeah, it's like double exposure stuff. Yeah, yeah. So if you run the roll through it again, you can do crazy shit with it. But it becomes this is like a little hobby for people right? It's so now cameras like the iPhone or just a Digi cam? Digi camera. I'm
like, yeah, I'm now they photography can
was another DSL ours and shit which we use but back in the day remember just the little. I mean there were probably four megapixel synchronises I was like two megapixel and then yeah but they've gone from being like these little shitty digital things to being with terrible lenses and all plastic and all that sort of thing but they even my favourites were back in school at the library they had the the digital cameras that were actually big floppy disc. Did you ever say them hadn't? It's like literally like a floppy disc into a into a camera. There's massive note a floppy disc is did you use them? Yeah. Did you ever use CD rums? Not things DVDs, David. The DVD Encarta like what would you use it like if you were doing research for a school project? mode you had a 98 remember? Do you remember where in the world is common San Diego I went on the biggest fracking rabbit hole only like three months ago where I watched the whole gameplay and we're in the words common sense
I got it was fun. It was great because it's asking questions and then you like clicking through. It is so all missing only seven but that's what we that's the sheet I used to play. And also there was another thing called Mother Goose, which was grown as like there was a Humpty Dumpty involved the other the other one was more fun style. Yes yes to day to day Wolfenstein these games of all cup that game against come back out in black and white. Yes. I think he actually isn't really pants five now. I haven't played
any 20th yeah 2020 I think really because I'm a futurist because this
for me was Duke Nukem and Watson would have gotten lemmings lemmings now remember lemmings that went over some people's heads Yeah, and lemmings. Tony Hawk was massive. Yeah, love Tony Hawk, but I'm grind for death. I definitely have
the feeling of wanting to buy a gaming console. Like just the
Fear of having it even in the office. Early days, I wanted to get one for our old office. And I think we just put our filter on like, what would that mean? What's like the best case scenario for that? And is that I play a lot of games. I
mean, I used to play games. When I had nothing to do. Every I've got stuff to do. Yeah, it's a real nice time unless you're into it. Unless you're, you're a gamer. No, but so my I just got a ps4. My brother's old PlayStation four. And he's been paying Red Dead Redemption. And it takes up like 450 gig on the 500 gig. PlayStation that we have. And I can't play anything on it. Because it's just all you kids just like I've told him. Okay, you got 30 days to back this out, because I'd like to use this console. So I can't do anything on it. What's that? What is it what are they storing? Is it like, like, all of the graphics like have you ever played Red Dead Redemption stills on the map and everything. It's like, the metal is huge. It's like he's
Done like 300 hours. And he's not even close to finishing. Like it's unbelievable there is something fun about that I think that it could be good for my be a fraud. I
like I'm not site we're definitely not a gamer esque type show did the I mean now they're the seventh best workplace in Australia. Did they have a gaming here and Votto has has a PlayStation? I feel like I don't want would it take away productivity difference?
I made the point that Yeah, you gotta have fun. Yeah, I guess it's not my it's not one version of fun anymore. Maybe we get a box on table. Table. What was that? Get a table tennis. Yeah, the thing with table tennis type all that in the garage. I'll be good. I've got one if you want. Here we got it. Is it is it? You know, it's a good one. Not everyone's selling. I'm not so I'll just bring it here. I know this is how it goes.
There's definitely a market of people just pushing that type.
tennis, think about what I did for fun like back in the day, it was like going out and doing mural so we do like legals where you called Legos you go into the house and you'd say kids cannot have written permission we'd write out this thing I love I'd give written permission to Tommy to do a mural on my back fence and then the back fence would be running along with canal or some common use a mirror I using that word loosely. That's what they called murals, like a mural and so I didn't know that you were like a full blown artist. Yeah
it's basically Michelangelo mad but what it like don't have photos of all that I got, yeah, exposed some illegals but exposed. I used a little camera took him I've got him up says I'll show you after. But I did some great stuff. But I was thinking about that. The other day, I was like, it'd be a full Saturday, you'd get up, you go searching so you're hunting for a wall, and then you're like, Okay, I can go in and ask this person, and then we'll do the art and like
You know make it all is it but that is like a it's requires a lot of interest in that what sort of what was your specialty? Ah I don't know if that was a specialty like just hateful on landscape no murals don't murals that are right what's the what's the I see what he's trying to do here but what's the meaning of a mural on the wall I'm just looking at photos right meaning of mural
any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall? Exactly. So that's what we did painted and so what I'm just trying to understand I'm not like trying to paint you into a corner old pieces is giving you the layman layman's terms it because you will so why don't what was that what was the mural? words? So it was like a word and then you
and what would you what words would you pick? Oh, lots of different ones. But we don't talk about this. Well, can we shall we? Can we post a photo or no, because you got funny. I we did a video a few months ago for a guy and he was talking about his
I'm past in graffiti, and I was just like, what's your tag? And you say, yeah, afterwards you said, ever ask someone about tag again. I said, I mean, Josh wasn't getting the cues because you're promoting him from a few ways to try and get him to talk about it. He was a probably a prolific graffiti artist. And we even had him Jimmy from easy's on the show, remember how and I was asking was like, oh, what did you write? It's like, No, they don't tell because there's a chance that there's a book somewhere that police are wanting to know who did that. And so that's the reality is, yeah, okay. But if you're doing labels and stuff, but the thing is, it's, it was a very long time ago. But you know, I'll show you guys what can we post one of them one of the legals Yeah, we'll find one. Yeah, for sure. You got a whole book of him? You're saying Yeah, yeah. I've got I've got like 5050 photos printed out and I'm excited because the the other day, the office was starting to smell like paint. I thought I was going crazy.
Then Tommy pops his head out and there's a guy doing he would have been doing a mural. Yeah, it will on the side of that building was it was crazy because it was during the middle of the day and where where he got to was a weird spot. And I said to him the first thing I said, was the needles. Watch the neighbour is Oh no, you're tired of them up. Tired of the mall or two for one deal?
Cleaning up some syringes. What do you reckon his deal is just wanting to express himself? Yeah, I mean, graffiti attracts some people like it is a subculture right? It's actually a community there's people there's like it is the closest thing to trying to get cloud has an influencer on social media. It's like is there a high element like because it was very few me.
Usually wearing something in your face what you're trying to not, it's just there's no wind. Yeah. And because it was strong, it was really fun. It was coming right up into our space. It was Scott is giving 97 which is pretty
Is what he's upset about. He
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