#443 – The Perfect Day/
- September 2, 2019
Today we chat about Josh’s fresh moustache, the best emergency calls you could get, Tommy’s birthday, and our perfect days.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show we discuss:
– Josh’s moustache
– The best emergency calls you can get
– Melbourne’s underground systems
– Father’s Day and Tommy’s birthday
– Netflix’s latest documentary
– Our perfect day
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 443 what's happening guys? Happy Monday it is no blame Monday
we got a tradition where we would play individuals within the team. Yeah on a Monday now we don't need to do that I'll compliment you must most ash though it looks horrendous.
I mean look I'm not gonna put a negative spin on it you can do that. Well I thought it looked really good and I got some compliments from brain which which helped a compliment so Bry said it look good yes yeah but she's a partner she she's also my partner either way so she could have easily just said no, I don't like Yeah, but I'll tell you what if there's one thing I learned about having a bad haircut. Well, it's actually about when I me actually told you it was a bad but she also told me along the way, I'm really lucky. It's nearly there. It's getting you know a few but JZ get
When when you actually have a good haircut people will tell you nearly there is not
so if you if you're not getting compliments, a plenty, it's probably not just getting cut through not that it's a bad thing, but I like keep it I mean, doesn't your dad have a moustache? Does he probably goatee Maybe? Maybe I'll studios moustache guy. Dad's it just have a moustache like general what's your dad? had one for 30 something years my grandpa my uncle sorry. My uncle Michael. Oh, I wouldn't make it. Yeah, I got a compliment from 3d deal the other day before he left. It was specifically around I just noticed your moustache. And so I think all of these things connect Yeah. Then also Matt devour. He did an Instagram storey. I don't know whether this leached into my brain leached into my brain. Yeah, lunch suck. So least he was telling your face. H
he actually did a post
I don't know if you saw that on Instagram or like a storey, where he had a moustache. It looked like it was for a video. But then the funny thing was over the weekend after seeing mine, he then sent me a photo of a few. Anyway, I'm regretting it because I went for my walk this morning. Have a look at this. Yeah, we saw Pete nice, awesome hot air balloons.
It's a bit lazy.
The moustache is like, it's almost like you can't like if I chopped it's got the middle missing it for
sure. I posted on Instagram. Its first on Instagram. What do you think of my moustache? I just looked her rent. I look like I'm in a movie. I'd be the pathetic
person. You know what I mean? You look like a con artist. It's a con artist, but also just like for a guy who should I shower a lot pride myself. Yeah, yeah, I don't look that clean. There. Now you don't look like maybe I shower once every four
Every second Monday, I was thinking about your dad yesterday was Father's Day.
So I was walking along down in Akron straight near my place in St. Kilda. And we didn't know but there was a car show happening is the Father's Day car show that knew about it. Ed, he actually went he was at fat Bob's where there was the burgers. Yeah, there was a car show there. And there was some hot rods and I know you dad's into old cars into hot rods. Yeah, dude. It's a real subculture. And I was just thinking you probably would have been going to these things. Definitely family rocks out like I saw so many. We got there a great time when they're actually rolling, setting up the cars and they're all sort of parking so you get to hear them and they pack in the family gets out. And this is
fairly sort of attractive fit a fair type of person. Well, the funny thing is that when I was a kid, I would look at you as someone who was getting out of a hot rod and you just being sort of a normal person on the street.
Yeah, so there's a little bit like, you turn your nose down or not Tony knows, but it's like the people coming on a nice car. It's one of the things is how much money is spent on these cars like these families and having a partner that's dropping the coin that they would be from.
It's ridiculous, but I mean, she was in a bit of an emotional state. She
has no, I mean, he's a fairly emotional person as it is. And one time she was crying at the Christmas carols just because of how beautiful it was that people were celebrating Christmas down by the beach. She's crying. And yesterday she started tearing up because she's like, look at the community. This is
look at the beautiful look at all the families. I feel like I nearly cried.
Yeah, just a nice thing that might Uber eat sky today.
Yeah 97 point because he, he didn't have a bike didn't have a cat. We didn't see where he came from. But he delivered the food and he was on foot. Yeah, a lot of them I've seen pack their box at this industry and walk in. I was just really smiley and he wasn't smiling back. He wasn't enough. And so I was just like, Ah,
that's annoying. And then what you got sad? Yeah. Got sad because he was sad. Yeah. And 97 was like, cool. So they go where was his car or whatever. Settle down, baby boy. I'm feeling a bit sad about it. Anyway, dad actually sold his Hot Rod. I did. It was a 1928
car roadster, huh? It was a roadster. Cherry Sellafield cherry black was the colour cherry soda like a deep, it's got like it's black with a tin to read. That was a play and then when the sun hit it all you would be able to say but now he sold it to to get our family pull.
Now that that's
that's commendable, there was a car an old school one didn't instal it on it. It looked I got two people messaged me and tell me that it was a car out of movie still associate it was the one from 101 Dalmatians this sort of long looking we need
the red one now is this white one that it's a Mustang shell with this really long nose and this sort of boot with a wheel fucking bizarre anyway on the side of it hundred and 20 grand they're all of them are selling why they selling them all the time. Like I guess so. Why is the why I feel like dad's always they have that one mate who does decals? Yeah, yeah, they put the decal price for Porsche. Yeah, I mean, there's so many of these cars have has a bad economy need to recoup their debt? This guy was selling for $120,000 or Bitcoin. Was he really really legit. I've got the look at my instead it says Bitcoin.
He's number everything. I don't know how much because he wants $120,000 worth of Bitcoin is that
bitcoins really been thought through I don't know if he's quite onto it or he reads the news. One of the other things I've done is I've removed the news section off my phone, so we swipe across you can just get like a dice and say that I just can't it's it's so depressing. I've had to get rid of it. It's time that's more depressing.
But the headlines, sometimes just gotta get out of that. Gotta get as always the worst ones that send you a push notification to right. There's never push notification for something positive.
They either want something from you, or it's the phone bills do what I was even thinking. We were on the freeway yesterday. And there were all these like police you know, the new. The black four wheel drives the police ones and they're like, public response.
So four of them speeding down the freeway all separately. And I was like straightaway thought terrorist attack Father's Day. Just pretty dark that he's real dark think anyway so I am the thing is that what where do you find out the news if you want to know what's going on where do you go? While the depends on what you want to know, I want to know what's happening. You see all these police cars and they're heading into the city? Well, I mean we do this a lot of the time even if there's a traffic so we're driving home the other night and punt road. It was so bad in the spotlight. It's never like that and then we got to the intersection of punt road for these on know the whole St Kilda bound traffic lane. completely closed you could see sirens and you could see flashing lights up in the distance. And then on the other side was just completely chockablock and we were trying to so my go to is googling so for you would have been, you know response units in
CBD like I use that to put in these key phrases to try and get back what's actually happening. But the problem with the whole news thing is like when we were young, do you think there was not somebody in the CBD? Or somewhere trying to drive and run over people? Or there was not things happening? Like, what or is it just now the times this stuff is actually starting to happen? And people are doing things like a knife attack in the same day? You know, I think it's always but I'm sure it's always so then then the point is, it's now just pushed to us a lot harder than it was. I don't know. It was no so this is this is my theory on it. I ended up putting it on three. AW, okay, which is an am talkback station on a weekend and
there was a weekend Yeah, yeah, they are they doing? Yeah, they have weekend interest. There was a great guy, you know, sun cinemas, in the western suburbs. Yorkville? Oh, yes, this Yes. The sun cinema is beautiful.
Old states. I mean, I probably would like a feedback and debate. Yeah, it's great. Yeah, we should go. The guy the guy that owns that. He just like casually, like, flies around the world. You know about this man casually? Well, he he recently flew our person. Well, the guy just goes to, you know, on his own plane, like, okay, that's pretty impressive. Really interesting, dude. Yeah, I started following his account on Instagram because I was like, I don't want to start stealing all the three W's guess but he was an interesting interesting dude having to worry about like, he got in Florida. He was flying his plane in Florida. And he had two crazy military planes like the big jet ones. What is it cold when you when you you're flying and then someone else comes in, you've been intercepted. So he was intercepted by two of these big crazy US military planes.
Yeah jets and they just like fly alongside apparently like he was going full speed and for them to be fly alongside him he had to they had to basically go the slop as they could and so you know how you see it the Grand Prix or whatever they like flying and they're sort of up up to go slow they'll doing that. He also said that when when I know him as a guest so just tell storeys I can imagine that having a Florida that because that's where the drug like the people flying in drugs, check in they just say hello or whatever. But they also did it when he was in the Philippines. And he had a like a helicopter comes like one of the you know, the tween, like military helicopter things come up alongside him. And they've got the door off the helicopter. And there's a guy with a machine gun Jesus, just like alongside and what was happening was they were escorting him because it was around the South China.
See aware of that in places where the China's trying to build Island, the island.
And so they were trying to keep them away from all this military activity. Anyway, fascinating to it. But I did go into three RW, and it got me thinking that say 15 years ago,
you'd go on 20 radio station, and they would be from my understanding and from my memory, it's like, you've got local programming so you have someone in there that's from us and all that sort of thing. But as things are syndicated, like I was listening to kiss, and they had Chris fade on, and I was like googling Chris Phaedra Michael wonder where he's out of Houston. He's doing the show out of Dubai. And so if you imagine you've got something happening in Melbourne, you could have the whole place can be burning down and the radio would just be going as normal. Yeah, I don't think there is a true through I don't think they're investing like they did back in the day because
People can Google shit. Yeah. Also I was I was driving and saying to Bry Google, like do a Twitter search for Melbourne place and nothing. I'd say okay.
I was just going through like hundreds of different potentials probably a good thing. I'm glad nothing happened. Yeah, it's a great day as lovely, but I feel like whenever I say police, yeah, I'm very quick to try and work out what's going on being a copper is like, if you're the person who's going to respond to the worst she'd like push notifications never good. You know?
That's why I think I mean, Molly, who listens to this show up in Queensland, and you probably enjoy just getting the nice safe shit, because he like I would be good. If you're a cop. 97 What do you reckon a good quality. Colin would be triple zero. Good.
What something it's like
what's the best of the worst
Yeah, what's the best of the best? Best of the Best?
I guess I would be got to save a cat out of the storey. Yeah, that'd be the farmer guy. Yeah, fire brigade. I might need some cops on.
I mean, this is probably this is why they're pushing for people to call that number about shit. That's not that was it? What's another good one American getting called out to somebody who found a massive bag of cash. I remember I remember when I was a kid. balaclava station, it's it's like elevated up and so there's like underneath which we used to sort of like scary up and you could see the bottom of the train like, you know, you can put
it like you say so. Basically, it it's elevated up and there's sort of Little Rock hills on either side and up on the top of the thing is the tracks right and so people used to go up and spray paint on the side of the like the underneath side of the train. Horrible. Dress hate funny. You know, there's certain things that make you take funny. That's one of the idea of like,
Like the scraping of the train, you put a few coins up their belt they've sealed them off now which is great so young kids can't do this shit and but someone found a barrel at one of these stations underneath station look it up a barrel of cash underneath balaclava station. And so someone it was the, the sort of the missile, the storey storey urban legend that somebody found a huge barrel full of cash underneath the station, but imagine getting cold that to that and like it you have to sort of work out
what's happening with this cash without getting into like really secure locations. It'd be fun. Like something happens that you found something nice half a mil it was Yeah, write it out.
1996 I love this I've never won searches in my life. Memory This is perfect St Kilda detective sought legal advice before handing over nearly $450,000 to two businessmen who founded
Buried in plastic drums, the balaclava railway station. So they got to claim it. Because it Yeah, fuck yeah. So you find it, you hand it in, it spends a certain amount of time in the, you know, in the company of the police
station or whatever. But then you get to climate because no one found it.
That's crazy. Crazy. We need to get crazy and Fordham did a video for us where he says that's crazy. That's crazy when he's in the TJB studio and we're going to use it as some form of main up as its own today this video. This would be cool. How about Flinders Street Station? yet? The above bit? Were like it's the ballroom Yeah, that's never accessed. Some sort of disturbance or whatever. Gotta go there. Got another obsessed as a kid, the same time around hanging around those train stations hearing these storeys.
With the drain system, so the underground drain system in in Melbourne, and also the underground tunnel system that used to be a tunnel from the state lottery look this up, they they, whilst we haven't. Good Look, I've also underground sentences. So you want him to look up. So it just started. He's starting to interpret me I'm speaking German but he's currently translating. It's almost like the UN but rather than my converting into languages is doing to Google, he said there was a door that they see on the bottom underneath the State Library and it used to be a post run. So back in the day, they would run post through this tunnel two different businesses what Google State Library tunnel Postal Service yet and when I was young, I went to this. So this is so that here's the difference right from when we were young. The media and all of this is the fear of terrorism is is ripe and it's and I don't know if it's
rifled, rife rife, right? rife, right? What is rife? Me? 97? You know one thing at a time? Yes, he's got alone right versus right. Anyway you get back to us on that rife is full of yet ripe is it fully developed. So right, it's fully developed. A bit rough is the one I wanted. It's
terrible. Terrorism is rife in the media. And we think it's fucking going to happen. You're thinking it's a terrorist taxing police. It's like the fear dizziness. Back in the day, I don't think it was as much.
For example, my thinking there was these. So you Parliament station in Melbourne CBD. We worked out, because one night, I was on a party bus. And I was taking a piece in the park and it was pitch black. And I climbed up onto this thing that was this huge great and I could see down I could hear the train line. This is train system underground train system. Coming back another day. It was the dialogue. And I looked down and I was like fact that is a tunnel.
And there was a
Seeing and someone who cut lock off or wasn't even a lock on it. So I don't think
there was no lock on it. I literally just lifted up this great. We climbed down this, this ladder probably 10 metres. So it's a huge drop. This is the reason why you went there. This is the reason I went back is to explore this thing. And then we went down. And then we went through this gate, and we were in the subway system. So it was like, and I've seen young, young photographers now Instagram photographers using the same place. But I went back to show my friend we weren't going to go down there. I was just telling him like, this is where I used to buy fireworks from in the city. You pull them out of the freezer. This is where we went into the train system. We went there and you just do this for four or five years ago when I moved back to Melbourne from Sydney. So five years ago to take Tim to market a moment I've got the footage still was trying to make it so it's meant to be a video it will make it like a video of the city almost like the magician who shows all the tricks. People would have hated you showing where to get it. Well here's my point. I went back
completely locked a padlock was so fucking thick you there's no counting through this somehow you'd have to bring down some bloody blowtorch you know and go grind you need to do something like that and so these little things that used to be really accessible and easy to get into now just cut them off because think about what you could do the transport system and shut it down if you pulled some fucking dodgy little stand find anything on the Postal Service now underground now but their underground car doors but they use it to store collections from the library. So the age the newspaper ran, and I'll show obsessed with it. I kept it for ages. It was a handout that had the the tunnel systems of Melbourne I've had to call and so they all they they wouldn't do that anymore now but no. So a lot of them were sealed off. But we used to explore the tunnel system so I remember the police would come down and hear that there was some kids in the tunnel and and so the drain systems inside remember that
You know, as running from the cops in the train systems, so that would be a fun job. Yeah. Yeah. If you're not stumbling across a junkie who's dead Yeah, it's fine if you're just chasing a few kids but you're right it's like exploring these areas where it's like general public is not allowed police yes because they've got the badge and they go to solve solve you know, the work some shootout So yeah, I mean, this is where external people outside the force are just looking at the fun sheet. Then they have to deal with Joel and his wife have just had an ID and he's waving around a syringe.
So you go, right true.
Yes, there was a pre record with you dad. It was also a father's day but also your birthday. Such a good day. It was just you know, you're you're flying high. I just did I just did everything I want to tell I was telling brazen before Would You Do Is had bacon eggs because I wanted to. I went for a walk with Bodie and Amy driving every day.
I just feel like that I feel like I have a coffee and then I was like, but he was having a sleep. I wanted to go to the gym. I wanted to do Americans you do it every day did you like is part of the realisation that hang on I know.
Now you can use the excuse of the birthday in fact it was a double whammy I can say it is my birthday. Isn't it crazy? I heard that multiple times. Fathers I went to cram burn Botanical Gardens, your dad's favourite garden in Australia one of them and
constantly hearing dads. It's my day Yeah. To send my fucking baby just my day is yelling at the kids. Oh you try you gotta milk it right you get it in when it's pathetic that I am eating Herrick licorice also, it's my day. My day. I loved it. I got a pair of moccasins these really though they What is it called the little Paul Ralph Lauren. Perfect fit me like a glove got a pair of tracking to
Got them the other night pair of khaki pants. So grey, grey pants are just everything and then I'm getting a fire pit for the new place. That's right. And then I went to mom and dad's and fire pit an issue with the rentals, man. So good. It's in the backyard. We got enough space there just like a little self contained a bit. I had a nap at my parents place. Just had the electric blanket on in mom's bed. So good. But he was having fun. It was just so noisy good. Like the birthday thing there is. I'm not much of a birthday guy. But there is it sounds like a lot of fun. I mean, I just enjoyed the day because it's my day. What's interesting is though, the difference. think we've talked about this before, like what it used to be like five years, eight years ago, on text message and Facebook. And so as you get older, I got a lovely message from missing it seven. I write my heart and I gave you mine through Instagram. Yeah.
What happens and where things come from? Like, what did you get the most of any text from some lovely people, but most of them wouldn't have known if he didn't do a post or I didn't say something about it. Which is like you'd be heartbroken if you just realise why doesn't remember why I reckon there was there was a time where I think I turned off Facebook on my birthday. I know you had Josh did he hide it? Because we were looking for it when he was away. Last year with Twitter. We're trying to work out how old you are. I didn't know but anyway, I've got some 99 at the moment. 29 and I think what you end up getting is people. A lovely message from Russkies text message. Beautiful. You know, that's what you want. Isn't that text messages of the highest krim the What do you say krim. At the cram creamer, the Kim creme de la creme de la creme anyway yeah highest I would appreciate a text or a phone call face FaceTime. FaceTime, FaceTime G very close to I just got the instal yeah but when it was when
All the cops and stuff was starting to dry faster so we had to put that sort of actually took over. But it was it was the plan people commented It's nice. I mean, it's nice. I mean, you can't be living for fucking recognition. I definitely have
to I have to how many like counting how many Facebook comments you get? Definitely. You know how many I got 20 this morning, it was like 20 something. But I remember one year I got over 100 Yeah, the fact Yeah. What the 500 friends. It's just Brandon's that I haven't. You know who didn't say happy birthday.
Happy birthday Tommy, a guy I met. So I didn't get messages from a bunch of people. But I got it from a guy that I met at Bondi icebergs one night when I was so drunk, and Brad March and I were having cocktails and we met this guy who was in the corner and we saw this big new and he was a pilot who flew cargo planes around the world. It's cold dawn fucking absolute legend. Wonder if he's been intercepted before me.
He flies the big ones like the huge, huge plan. We have him on the show, I'm sure actually I'd love to reach out to me. He said Happy birthday. I've met him once. And when our mates on Instagram and Facebook and he's Yeah, but that's I mean you get something like that and then you don't get something from someone close to you say I would I create so many storeys around any sort of interaction I get is like on my birthdays if some right HBJJIU out almost fucking unfriend them.
I get almost passive HPC I'm going to give you the minimum viable Tommy, show you that I know that it's your birthday. Yeah. Because if they don't write anything, it's like okay, well, but yes, they they weren't on social media but to go to the effort of running HVJJHR you're saying show really read Mr. 90 sevens message. It's like a storey. Yeah, he's proud is it I'll fuck yeah. It's amazing.
came from my son's computer. That's what it said. Really? Let's say it's weird, because the green one did you send it off the computer
screen should be loaded blue.
I renamed your personal number to my son's computer. So the anyway so happy birthday and Father's Day, thanks for being such an amazing maze idol mentor and practically another another dad. You're so passionate about everything you do your selfless in an amazing person. The fact that you're so willing to learn to change it, admit that you're wrong is inspiring, and something that I really look up to you for. I'm so grateful and happy to be part of something that you're so invested in. And I couldn't think of a better team than the one with you on it. Thanks for everything. I'm jealous.
the annoying thing is we've got the benchmark. I'll write that out and I'll compare
the kids get away with words remember the the Christmas cards he wrote? Oh yeah.
That way rushed to post the an Amazon.
Which I was quickly scribbling his name on
the Amazon card. Yes. What did you buy? Yeah, I got a camera lens that was sold properly. Yeah, yeah, you probably had 100 bucks. How does that work? Bob? Well, I don't know it just must be going up in value I saw it on
and it went up at the 2425 canon L series lens went up a bunch. It's what you can buy it for what I bought it like 600 bucks for and that's about it. Well, we didn't get to do a proper celebration yesterday. I was pre record. Yeah, so that's all right. That's right. However,
Happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you is a legit Happy birthday.
Plays Mason night Tommy jack
to you Pip.
Right, right. Hey guys. Um, what do you think? You know what would make this model even better is if we heard Mr. 97 using his quiet voice at least being quiet 3D-Dyl Happy Birthday just in his best we've always wanted to hear him say could you do that now? It's done at that place now. It's not happening. It's either that or the shrine anthem.
This is nice. Is it annoying for Monday? If it's very annoying, you can see how much okay guys.
We sent it to deal.
Take from Yeah, what is it? Woollies? Okay, it looks quite premium. It does. Yes. Yes. They're much pretty melon.
You 79 was out of all the sweet cakes. Yeah. Okay, she could just get a muffin. We've said that.
They didn't even have muffins. This is good. Can I put a finger on it?
Party You should have seen him yesterday just who's coming out of nowhere and he just had a whole bunch of icing on in his hand if you can put your finger in it on your birthday when can you
didn't you just put your finger in it now? I just grabbed a little bit of the chocolate on top. Thanks guys appreciate it. No worries. Brian I yesterday to relax in the evening watch the Netflix show. What do you watch? There's a bunch of good shit that's just been dropped.
It is. You know planet Earth. Yeah. As in David. Oh, Nora. Okay, so that yet what would you say the one where I
know it's the behind the scenes of how they make it. That'd be so good. It was one of my favourite. most favourite. The best tacos I've ever seen. I thought you said Trash Trash.
So good. Really Why is it you because you're learning about the lenses the camera the than the using? You've got these adventures.
The lane they look really cool. They're wearing fucking like puffy jackets and shit and they're in the mud and they're in all these different locations. And they're just using an F. Sony f 55 this camera with massive cinema lens, just fucking racking focus. They're not complaining that he was saying he was like, you can every single time every different scenario guys swimming sharks, you couldn't do that.
Because he's a fucking diver. He's like diving. This guy is like diving this like a million fucking shark. Yeah. And he's like 30 nations in the water. And so of course I can't do that like that is like, that's not cinema. Like it. That's not being a cinematographer. That's being a diver who's also a cinematographer. Is it to say that anyone can use these cameras and the other skill is the one that's more I reckon. You've got these details.
You need to be able to do both really well. Yes. be great.
cinematographer and you need to be able to there was guys who spent months in these little houses that they built in like the Siberian wilderness.
And they were capturing footage of like, Siberian tigers.
And so they had they set up trap things so that they could when it goes off Yeah, when they get saying and they've got my demos and so they they had the guys set up who were doing it and they heard during the night, all of the like growls and stuff of the Tigers and the guy was like really hoping that when he when the light you know the sun came here that he would be able to film it but that will go on. But then the guy who was doing all the mounted cameras on the trees, went and looked at the footage, and had the most epic shots of the Siberian tiger. Fuck with the landscape. Tell you what
My Attenborough really takes the credit, doesn't he? It's amazing how he What is he does he was brave was literally the writing centre. Right? Yeah, you just know, right? I mean, he's the guy that's got a lot of a lot of intelligence around. To go back there. Just go back in the day. He's literally if you listen closely if you go on Wikipedia is reading night. Where's this little frog? I just found a little frog. Yeah, there's I think there's probably two lollies in there. Strawberry was gonna put I was gonna put lollies in and then I thought just, why not? Well, I mean, you blew out on the weekend. fact that's that. That's a taste of blowing.
taste good. It's a cream and strawberry in crime is a bunch of good tacos.
Calum Von mocha, or the guy who got unbroken. He looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger. And I actually reached out to him to try and get him on the show when we went to LA. But he was during them he right back, no, never back, but he was going through some hard times. In fact, these new
Nice and anyway it's just I didn't get back. I reckon he would been depressed it's like a bodybuilder like an athlete. Imagine if a Usain Bolt did these knee does me annoying don't know but especially when it's the the moneymaker you know it's how which is what your job is that many Mecca and then what you any other tacos? Yeah Travis Scott. He's a rapper. You wouldn't know him he's going in with Kylie Jenner
superstar he's got some great music but is unbelievable.
You I've wondered why the hype has been around him and then you watch the documentary and you totally get it. He's just this dude who can control a crowd of 30,000 people and he's a rapper but he acts like a metal rock star like a Metallica like you know the way some jumps around and gets people up and he got in trouble for getting it all the crowds are run down to the front and you gotta run
dusted off like fucking full on but interesting. It's not actually that storey driven it's it's more just showing the phenomenon that is him which by him not and it's a Netflix original I don't know. Yeah anyway
I don't know it's like Katy Perry after watching
clips it was highlights where's the Von mogo? Calum Von mogul taco was more storey driven the people that made I
another one the IN series there was a series of the one is three on Netflix there's
pumping iron. So when you're thinking, but there's a there's another I something I in series, and they've made a bunch but they're just documentary filmmakers that specialise in this bodybuilding arena generation and generation iron. So there's one two and three and there's a bunch of people in that but anyway, some really cool stuff. Joan Rivers, the documentary on her super interesting that just came out
He said the doc or like we got through Apple TV or something, but it's like
just show it like she's dead now but just showing how much she paved the way for women in comedy
yeah really interesting. Some good shit I want to watch that you saw me the Edinburgh what's the cold Are you going to watch that it's our planet now in the scenes
our planet as well it's great yeah what's behind this I watch some of the our planet I I haven't a planet Earth is what you've probably watched the I've watched Planet Earth bits of it I currently don't get I don't get
that stuff like droning and connect to it was the only thing really like a storey. I think they do a pretty good job of storeys, but they, but there's not it's not like it's not the doctors that were into what the blue. Like I remember when blu ray first came out, it was like the only thing you could buy was like Planet Earth, with the Fockers, blu ray by the way never had one. What did it do?
Was this high quality High Definition? I think the CDs could store up to like 70 gig per movie whereas normal DVDs could only hold up to like 20 or something like that. Still don't I think it's still don't get it. I feel like it was whitelist see what the data right was? I feel like those whitelist on a DVD 4.7 gigs on a DVD. Yeah. Huh? Yeah, hardly anything and I reckon probably the blu rays only held 20
it's definitely 25 Yeah, definitely not 70 something I'm sure their blu rays can hold up to 50 Yeah, so that was a big that was a big thing. Like it Yeah, get you to get a play PlayStation or whatever. It was interesting. There was a time where it was the war between HD DVDs and blu ray.
DVD was Sony's like proprietary like licenced, or they be like, I can have a look nice FCC if Sony.
actually only right on blu ray, I think that I did. But the thing was at Sony has been built by Sony. Yeah.
Sony has been notorious over the US for creating proprietary products where you have to then buy this right batteries by the tapes. They came up I think high 897 if you look up high eight that sounds like now high eight was like a
think it was a precursor to like mini DDV or maybe it was on the side. Yeah, it was on like the same realm but but it was all of these like the same days when we used to get like little CDs that you could like record onto handycam Yeah, all of that stuff would use these really annoying formats. So before you know it's like I can only edit on Sony Vegas. There was a whole way that they'll try to you know, stand out what was high it look um, yeah, a millimetre video format. I Maybe I was wrong. So go Sony propriety. Yeah. Is it the Sony introduce video high eight. Yeah, the high band video eight.
But these things you wouldn't know you're just like oh by the handicapped.
is a trademark of Sony Sony I
can't call it a handicapped like you can call a normal camera handycam and the camera brand is the brand the Kleenex the passes the the Hoover remember JVCJV missing it said he would not he's got no JVC was they would always sponsor Australia's Funniest Home Videos and you could win a JVC camera he literally would send in a physical tape. My mom sent a tape of my brother falling off a box. They wrote back and said that it was too too much.
They don't show in kids being injured, but they ended up changing that rule I think and they ended up sort of enjoying that a little bit yeah, you know kids getting hurt. Now there's just Instagram accounts dedicated to little girls five
engine file video stuff so in like it's pretty fucked up the
Like the videos that trend
fail videos there's like a it's almost like soft porn. There's a whole category around like women failing and it's all like, became like they all happen to be in a bikini and it's fitted some six peers who is like getting off the girl in a bikini but then also had a laugh some ass I wanted the best of both worlds. It's fucked up. But there's a niche for everything. But literally I went on to like, I'm just like trying to find fail videos, people hurting themselves. And so many of the categories were like women. It took me so long to find a video that wasn't like gender specific now video is a like a white, white white girls or white girls wasted. Yeah, like doing dumb shit. It's all white girls in bikinis. It's the dumbest Instagram. You know who you'd start these is some young lady, this is funny. Then you got this huge following on your hand and you like, you probably don't even want to tell people
That yeah like she called culturally she's changing and just like I have that white guilt wasted drunk thing Yeah, that's my don't lead with it anymore. You're
not ideal 97 emails. What do we got? We've got one from Emma, or that was lovely. So MSM is really nice email. Couple of things she she had done a review on the New Zealand Apple podcast which we never read out.
Can you go to the charitable or go to Apple podcast and there's one with someone named Emma on there. But she was saying she was giving us a little bit of feedback. She was lovely, you know, email she was saying.
Absolutely love the show been listening for a long time. And then she said I dmg previously and you never got back to me.
I thought all bad but I didn't think it was that bad. Well, and so this is the thing. My my pushback has been sometimes will
like things like would we had liked something without writing back?
Which now, if you do write something, I am looking after it and making a real effort to get back to you. But I did sort of search around for her trying to find her name and her handle, but she sent a really nice Apple review. Can you read it out? Nice it still trying to find it? I'm on charitable, maybe don't go chatter. If you type in EM, like Command F and then go EM for Emma to cancer coming up there on charitable. Otherwise, you could
go, if you go to here's a here's a tip for you if you're a podcaster. If you go to save you and wanting to find your views, yeah, type in your podcast name into Google. So go to the daily talk show, and then click on the apple podcasts link. But then in the top, you'll see that you'll be defaulted to whatever the popular one is on that specific geographically specific Google
So for instance, if you go to google.com forward slash sorry, Google com.iu you'll get the Australia Yeah, yeah. If you just go to the US one you'll get the US one. So I you will see in the apple podcasts URL you can actually see AU or us or GB for Great Britain or ns Ed and so if you just change it to the different location you can then if you've got any reviews, so we did get one got it, too and already that have been listening since episode three and have loved following your journey guys. following along with Mr. Nice seven and three day deal, join the team you offices etc has been fun, and I'm looking forward to having some questions answered. Will Josh ever finished the book will 3d deal stay in rz? Will Mr. 97 find a lady love? It's like yo my mates across the ditch that I get to catch up with regularly can't wait to see what the future holds v hashtag gronk squad? I thought we answered all those questions might have been answered 97
Find the love of his life and finish his book at what was ready to deal with
Well, I mean some of them are to be continued Yeah, that's that's the big
daddy you find this episode three I wonder how that happens but you can even just go back and listen well yeah you already found it because we didn't promote it until Episode 20 so if you were Episode 20 and then went back Yeah, or even like Amy did Amy went through and listened to every single episode. Absolutely faced bit of a head fuck based they think or because she was getting she was doing an old episode and a new episode today. So she's getting the old Aston which is just it's just a different time of the journey plus the new one so she was amazing giving me bits of feedback and all this is when you started talking about closing the loop, close the loop you were trying to work out what it was cold and you know all the things that she it's really cool. I don't know to do something
We should have said if you find a good episode, because it would be nice at some point, surely we're going to get to the point where we've been doing it long enough that we could do throwback episodes. To what I'd like to imagine scooter Derek JMP sitting down, and they like throw to their favourite daily talk show bits. I mean, it's very
There you go.
But if you've been listening for the last 400 Yeah, it could be something cool. And there's definitely I mean, we were talking
today about how, where you want to be and if you could click your fingers and have it tomorrow, you lose a lot of that journey. And what we're doing is this is meta meta conversation right now about our process. But whatever is saying is she's enjoyed the evolution hearing Mr. Nice Evan Lee. Look at him. He's a young buck. He's He's grown like I saw a video of him with his other hair the other day. I was I Oh,
I like I like it now I'm used to one of these now with the blonde. And so this is where what a glowing review
I'm used to that version of him and so I was blown I was surprised by the the older him that he was for 19 years. But being across that journey and hearing the fucking struggles and shit we're going through and, and just this stuff and the changes that's happening is part of the storey. It's why if you jumped in now and just watched one of Casey nice dad's videos, you're probably not gonna be massively impressed. Because I bought into his journey back in 2012. Or, you know, yeah, it was around that different time. Such a different time. He was different. And so you you grow with these creators, which is we thought, it's cool. It's really cool. It's really cool. It's a new it's a new age thing. What How could have we done that? That's what we're trying to do, right? Like there's no hacking. I wouldn't. I don't know who said this. You could Google
Quote, because one of my favourite quotes, I've said it maybe three times in the past week and every single time I said I don't bring attention to how good it is, but I always say the personal look and be like, yeah, it was a great quote you'd actually told you today. You loved it. I could tell just by your eyes, I didn't even bring it up.
You were talking about you're saying, Man, like, like frictions, good frictions. I you know what the thing is. You need friction to get traction. Yeah. I know who said that. But there's so much truth in it. You need friction. Yeah, I was talking the other day around like, Oh, you know, Uber Eats all of these things. He was talking to his maid about I want to get an assistant so I can was ordering like an apple fucking a new MacBook Pro or whatever. And he was struggling is like,
it was like, I want to I need an assistant to help me with this sort of stuff. And now that's the shit that's actually like that's going to give you storeys if you're a comedian. That's how you can actually, you know, have fun.
Yeah, so I'm going to talk about if you get rid of that, what are you going to talk about? And so you're,
you're bypassing the journey. And that's why it'd be an interesting thing winning the lotto. You know, just all of a sudden having so much cash. We've missed all that journey, that pain to get there. I mean, sure you channelled into something else he started going on adventures and
I think this is the thing we look to people like you think about thinking about Logan Paul today, I was like, he's flying around the world doing all these storeys like this. He's also probably having all these struggles to all create this Olympic thing. I heard from someone that it didn't look like there was that many people there. It was all for charity. Anyway, so yeah, no, but what was it you 97 that was saying that there weren't many people and so that's the thing.
which keeps the people rock as in like, the celebrities and stuff running keeps them hooked up. Yeah, they all make on it's all part of the journey. Yeah, be different. He probably looked at it. He could have thought maybe it wasn't as successful as what he hoped. Which is Yeah, which has been
part of the journey. And so if you were wanting to just sort of take a step over that pain over it's, you lose a bunch of great stuff you lose a bunch of lose that is life like I think we're talking about. We're trying to work out what our purse perfect life this morning. I was like I've got this vision of me waking up. And I'm like walking and I'm walking next to a brick wall. It's like a red, reddish colour brick wall. And
the blue sky is under the sun, but it's not hot. It's just like a good temperature. And I walk in to a cafe and I've got like a lobby pen. And it's not a fountain pen. It's like a
roller bottle pen. It's called a roller balls that what is rollable. Anyway, a pen that's got in Canada, that it's nice and easy to us and and a five notepad and I
See the person who I always see who's at the cafe spin? Yeah, and I say swim. Can I have my usual like, your best? Yes. That's actually a
even though what isn't harsh? I still have an ice. Yeah, it's an American man you're living in me is last night but I just say can I just have a dash of oat milk is a dash. As I have that, I write out my what I'm grateful for. I then I've been paid for it's done. So then I leave. And then I walk three blocks to the office. Missing a seven is walking, as I'm coming in. He's got a bell Roy bag on and he's got the latest Cape Cod and he's movie The Yeah, he's got a smoothie, but it's in a nice cup, not his current annoying cup. And he's actually put it into like a job. I could make some noise in these in Brooklyn. So he's he's up the Brooklyn
I was saying it could be like, sort of it's humour and then so we, we get in and there's like someone has who's like a motion graphics specialist designer.
him or her their hipsters have glasses. And they've, they're a little bit tired because they spent the night before
watching the keynote of what Apple was going to release. And they're thinking about all these things that they want to do. And they measure this is a little motion graphic that I just made up of the show, and that's cool. And then we have a meeting and there's a whiteboard. And that's, that's the life that I want. What do you think? Yeah, sounds great. The problem is there's no friction because you got a perfect cup. Well, as you know, saying that I was thinking about, you know, it's
like, I'd love to serve every morning. Love to get up and go first. Listen, I seven will have a dog. He would have
Yeah, I know you can go one by one one that some, like a little fat one from the office. That one.
Too much friction that comes with that. This is what you need for traction. Yeah. So what you're describing and this is what I think everyone does that they're perfect. Maybe the motion graphics designer has the dog who's saying that like I don't think when you posed the question design the perfect life for us to write down a piece of paper, you perfect day. Can you go right into detail like an idea? What would it look like for you? To the ones I wrote this down ones it's like, wake up. surfing in the morning, going for Bradley, to the
bond. I'm just I'm there on die busy night. You've never lived the bond. It's fucking beautiful. It's early in the morning. There's not many people around here. There's a few people but
from my place, what's his name? Andrew. Okay, Andy, he's still out from
Anyway, I surf I go
to the coffee shop, just have a coffee. Maybe that's where my eggs on toast bit of avocado. Like I mean this is and then I go
into the studio. It's time with my son during the day. We might be heading off on a bit of a adventure flying out to LA that
we just jumped on the plane said goodbye to the kid the wife ran over to coming
to La La
work trip. Going to see Matt Dave we're going to spend a week in LA but I mean this is the I've done this before right? You know you've had your
I've had versions of a perfect day, but they don't exist without friction within them because the surf shit one day you can't serve you feeling shit one day and I can't land fucking the wave I just can't paddle on. I'm tired. It's cold. My my eggs that were
Down the the yoke was rock hard. I wanted poached. My last
things that we can have a lot is called and it was
not out of the one I was in Melbourne. I was in Sydney sorry. It was I don't even know where I am here in Williamsburg in Brooklyn. And Williamsburg is that's a different area is Brooklyn and Williamsburg get to different areas. Anyway not bogged down in details bad but there is like you can always so can be a nice practice to work out perfect life. But then
Other thing I didn't say bring us throughout my home. I know. That's why I got into being the time with Bodie and no but the thing is, it's like no serious cop. It's like wearing like a like it's all white in our apartment and
the people you love walking with me when I was
Along that red brick bit, and she actually,
she has to go to her office. And so I was going to go to my gratitude stuff I say goodbye and she walks, Okay, question for you. How do you be a high achiever and have massive amounts of success? Have you seen the struggle we've done to create this? How, how do you do that?
And how do you how do you find success without having any this
point that we were trying to make to each other this morning was it's like, the thing that makes weekends awesome. The thing that makes like, have this euphoric feeling I probably get up maybe once a month, where it's like, ah, how good How good is this? Like, I've got nowhere I need to be. And my brain is just like, we're going to go to heritage wall left favourite cafe. I think it's in Campbell while that where we go
Well, yes, I like there's no issue with parking. It's fucking easy. They know us, like and so like we get a seat really easily. And it's like they do two epic dishes they do a game distracts the you know, what's your point?
You have those days once a month or whatever. And that's those days wouldn't be exciting if you had them all the time. I was using the point of like, sometimes I can act like a kid, which is like, the perfect thing for me is just to be able to have wallets whenever I want. And that'll do two weeks from I fuck it. I'm just gonna do it every day.
And I like by the end of the two weeks, I'm so depressed. Because it's like, yeah, I'm fucking effing. You think that it's the thing that you want. It's like, but there's a reason why you don't eat lollies every day. But there's a reason why I don't like I think living that surfing life every day like I think I remember seeing some
Did that, though, inbound, I went to live there, there was literally dude who did that every single day they would go to the coffee shop. Maybe they've been through all the pain, you see the ones that have done the huge sprint to build the Empire and cash out who's the happiest? Like, yeah, your mom and dad. They're happy people like to sit really, really happy. I'm so fortunate, like they showed my dad, you've seen my dad and my mom, you get a good sense of what I grew up with. Literally that my dad's a funny storey teller can be serious at times and you know, and and a bit stressed and a bit, you know, worried about like, but he's also a rock for me, like I talk about business. We talk about all this shit. And so,
I mean, the thing that I was saying to mommy aside, it's like, it's
just about meditation. And you see I see the effects of meditation on them. Now that I started doing I actually see, I said, we speak to database
Hey, Dad meditates every day. He does yoga every day, and his own little practice. And he did I remember him being up fucking before sparrows, fat, just just doing yoga on his head. What time? Oh, he would be up at like, five, five o'clock 530 sometimes. So labouring you'd be doing yoga and stretching, amazing living, but this is all active. And so we're just talking about what do you do if like I was saying, I don't think I will not. I don't think I'll ever stop meditating now. Because directly will stop using the app. Maybe at some point, I think, definitely. I think I'll stop using that. Not for another couple of years. But I think the practice of when what are the time do you get to think about so what are the time do you get if you don't meditate, to sit back from your thinking? So you can say I think about my thinking, but when do you stop and say my thinking is happening, but I'm now trying to sit back from that and so good.
And then just sit in peace. And so I think about the time you know that is peaceful, you're talking about this peaceful existence. The world we live in is not peaceful. You feel that every day when you meditate? No, not now. It's because and mom says that she's been doing for 40 years. So when someone says, Oh, I found enlightenment through this, say, you've missed the point wrong, but you've missed the point here because the biggest the biggest gurus in the space say, it's a never ending practice. That's why I show up each day because some days I'm restless some days I'm feeling amazing. Some days I'm feeling this fucking like I'm feeling like I'm just observing and it's all just like, buzzing and it's sensation. I'm not like consciousness is feeling like a sensation. It's I'm out of my body. I don't feel like I'm met. You know, I don't feel like self like I don't feel identified with my body or you know, up behind my eyes and which most of us do, right? We feel like, you look in the mirror you see you Yeah, and then you
Feel your hands and that's you. And when you think about where the person is that's thinking you think I got this little cockpit off of my brain? Because it's all self right and so sitting back and feeling and just having a bit of pace, which is it's that, but it doesn't, but I don't think I'm feeling of pace. Would you get that? When you're feeling good? Already? Do you find that it comes out where it's like, you wake up in the morning? It's like, I feel all right today. I know. I'm not I'm pretty like my moods. I can be shitty about stuff, but I'm definitely happy person like I'm definitely my emotions are quite regulated. Like I don't. I can get caught up in my soul since meditating. Yeah, and I know what identifies it. I'm getting less caught up in the, in my bullshit, like I'm getting less caught up in feeling annoyed at something and living in that space for extended periods. I think schiedemeyer constantly trying to be better and it's definitely got
betta since I've been meditating, but living in that world of walking to work, I don't think it's a reality. I don't think it's a human experience to be honest. It's not like, which is why I bring it up, I think but I think there's most people
you're listening right now and you're saying, you know what, when I get to this white, I'll wear the these clothes. And I'll feel great. And then I'll go and I'll have this interaction with people. And this is what will happen. And it's this in the narrative doesn't necessarily like we're trying to play it out like it's a movie 97 just because it is fun. What is your perfect let's ignore the fact that perfect doesn't exist. Yeah. And you got friction, friction, friction, friction.
Friction for the kind of traction without friction. Yeah, he says it by the way.
I don't know who actually says it, but it's on a bunch of workout websites. So you're going to know that
But how is the cake? Yum? Does it taste like fake chocolate?
Really? Make sure you don't bite one side because I'd like some
we can buy those right
97 perfect day go into real detail the most healthy day
a workout in the so like where I get at my house.
House in the future get up out of bed. What is the house in the future? What does that look like?
I don't know somebody that's in the bush that's got a lot of trays like it sounds like Stanley and my
sister seemed like Christians with house like it's its environment and it's like surrounded by like, a bunch of trays and palms and say like, Yeah, get out of bed. What time early in the morning this would be like before the sun rises Yeah. 530 yet gym session.
Your own gym at my own gym in the house is walk over to the gym, all the gym equipments there. What's the gym equipment he got?
It's gonna be I mean was everything like pull over the squat rack everything you could need. I think you just don't get into battle ropes, all of it. So you finished your gym session, hop in the sauna, have a shower, and then walk down to the beach and walk along the beach with my dog on the sun. When the sun's rising low fat dog.
That'd be a healthy dog because we go for a walk and run along the beach every month. It's genetics. It's a hog hog Nabi Schnauzer, or maybe elaborate and then what's your
name with a Labrador? What are you doing? I'd be an absolute catch. Anyway, what are you doing? Not that he's not already really set
up another 10 Yeah, anyways, 1212 out of 10 walking combat you went from 10 to 12. That's
I don't even know how that's possible. Get into the cast.
poached eggs on toast with avocado and tomato. Have a seat didn't like tomatoes love?
tomatoes. Okay, so you got yubikey done anyway and then and then like Josh like walking to work has to be close doesn't really work with Byron Bay. But who are you working with? You guys? Yeah. So we could I don't know about Byron Byron Bay. I bet you got two for one to add. Well, no, I just had Friday. And frankly stay like Lyft in Byron Bay. And they're actually just moving to Brisbane. It's getting crazy there. Yeah, there's there's not much going on. No, I know that there's a bunch of creative businesses out there. But what we do is we need like the metropolis we need people we need accessibility. Yeah. So So yeah, walk walk into work and meet us like midway and then walk in.
brainstorming in the morning. I like the idea of whiteboards and stuff, and then recording and then head ad in the afternoon wide Kingsley would be very upset, Brian
Don't miss bullshit.
head out in the afternoon will have wide doing a second session with us in the morning. Yeah made us on the wall.
had had in the afternoon with maybe catch up with Jason Andre. And then
sunset dinner on the beach. Just a big fire and just cook up a bunch of made over the fire there is something I want to find to measure the sunset on the base shop too hard and surely we can make the point of doing these perfect days. How do you live a version of that now how do you live a version of that now in the world that you have created for yourself? Well I think part of it is the Surfing is flawed because you got to worry about the surf the fire is going to be able to run either way. Yeah, this surfing for me is the exercise right whether it's beta so you can like you go for me exercise the morning first thing is the perfect so we we I guess we named to Stanley is sort of coastal. It's too cold though. You say something? Do we need to move to the coast in all seriousness to the mean?
ME would be wrapped if we took the operation up to Sydney. It Sydney's hard, though you want you can do Stanley is too cold. Sydney is so expensive. It has the summer No, no, it's too cold. It's too cold. I'm like everything. It'd be like up towards the Gold Coast. Like, what about way around?
Yeah, Central Coast. It's Yeah, that's really nice. Beautiful. I mean, it's amazing joints down there a vocal beach our bags. Why don't we go to he's in Newcastle. Newcastle. Yes, that watery? Yeah. Serve every morning there. Okay, so we've got options. We could do a regional show. This is amazing. But then so what is this all the way to fake it till spill half too far. Absolutely. Margaret River and she loves it. Yeah. He said every time I talk to him sounds happy. Yeah. And so I mean finding this version for you. And
what it requires is F what it requires is
Because a hobby that you love the thing you fucking love doing is effort surfing if you want to if that's your hobby, we can't complain what you just said is your perfect day you can't be complaining about no but what I'm saying is it all these things require effort so clicking up with it we don't want no effort Do we? I mean the day you put forward didn't really have a
brick wall have some have an art last day or whatever it is you
guys been doing the motion graphics for you?
totally off the top. No, but they're showing me like this. Super invested inside. That's right. So good. Anyway, anybody got you're getting a lot of fun? Yeah, I got one from Craig up and then one from a telemarketer. So it was a telemarketer getting blown up unbelievable amounts. Why? Because your phone number is both on big media company and on full.
thought through it. Yeah, that's why I don't want the I don't want to put a anyway we gotta go because Mr. 97 has to go for his bond fight.
It is now there's something really nice. I love it it makes you feel good. That's the thing these and I've done these copious amounts of times writing at my perfect day also writing that it's too cold for most of the time and then too hot and bush land. So I'm a big morning Tim peninsula. Yeah, yeah, the thing is brightly coloured by the coast is nice because in the winter, it's lovely and snuggly. And the summer you get to, you know, Great Ocean Road may be any one of these places but the the reason you do it is because it makes you feel good. And you can start articulating what it is that you want to be doing what your life what you'd love it to look like and so you get it closer to being a version of that if we were to pick a location, where would it be? What is the actual it say I am. Sydney definitely has more options as far as a coastline. And having all those options, like having all the options having like an in like, sit back a little bit
The Central Coast is
pretty flexible Josh you just need a cafe with a red wall. It's true. Trust me a vodka is just looking at a vodka it looks unbelievable Central Coast I might live there he bought a place in Copacabana to my man that I met in Florence randomly backpacking became good buddies and I used to train Jules lon we all live in Sydney and then he moved down to evoke a beautiful but now does that like inlets and stuff? Yeah, there's like little bits where you can
Yeah, there's a like, like comes in yet. It's actually what about living on a like? Yeah, well you got like bled Slovenia. Beautiful. Too touristy though. Yeah, I was eating a vanilla cake there every single day like there's not much to do. But if you didn't see him calorie Anyway, today, the talk show we should keep thinking about this. So maybe a national park. What would it take for us to I mean, we've got it. I mean, I don't want to be I don't want to be isolated completely.
Dyson still lives at home. Josh Stop trying to Where's your cafe? If it's a National Park, where do you put the cafe? Where we near a national park on trust me if it's if it's the secret vodka it's secret this suit really nice cafes little Mexican Georgia to do marketing from from there for a tiger Neil's wife has a marketing business. Okay, from there does meals you make them? Yes. Yeah. Does the marketing for a bunch of businesses sleep Republic? Well, you know, so it could be an option.
Anyway, we're not making any drastic decision. So it just sounds like
a talk show. Kevin, you live from America tomorrow. We had a few emails or dm. Just very quickly before we go, Amy, who's listened to our show with Sam Kev asked what was the meditation app that we're talking about? Yeah. Sam Harris waking up. Waking up with Sam Harris email. I mean, get a free Yeah. Well, he does. For all the gronk out there.
Which is asked what if you He says, If you can't afford it, email me and you can have a subscription for a year which are paying for everyone anyway. So go is that if you get if you get if you get it any fucking love and you do it every day you're going to chance I'm not mice giving him my money it would be outrageous if you like it or if you just didn't do it
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