#549 – The 2020 Virtual Assistant/
- December 17, 2019
Today we chat about a virtual assistant for 2020, optimising your life, Amy’s birthday, and what you would buy if it was going out of business.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– A 2020 Virtual Assistant
– MCing Carols by Daylight by Friend In Me
– Amy’s birthday
– Unpasteurised milk and cheese
– Love On The Spectrum
– What would you buy if it was going out of business
– Optimising life
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Episode 549 say next Tuesday. How are we very good.
We had Campbell Walker on yesterday didn't really get to do much. weekend,
chat now. I mean, fuck is he on his brilliance? Yeah,
he's a great guy. He's lovely. I love him. He's illustrations, both visually pleasing. And very funny. Yeah, five stars.
That's sounds like an upward
nice testimonial. Yeah. Hey, bro, can you give me a testimonial? I wonder what how would go on up work?
I mean, you'd be busy. If you don't know what work is its services rendered.
As you said that you didn't know.
This morning services rendered. I just like to saying it. Someone says services rendered. Can you actually find out what it means?
Yeah. Can you just find out that what that says my conclusion of a service agreement
services rendered. It's all finished. It's done.
Like, I would say, it's like a directory slash mountain. You can't just describe it by mentioning another. It's a
tasca for graphic design.
Yeah. But then if you still don't know what that is, it's a marketplace for people that are skilled in graphic design, video editing,
animation, all that stuff. You're writing everything you need, like you can get virtually happy to the daily talk shows virtual assistant. Maybe you know what in 2020 I want a virtual assistant. Maybe how many hours a week
what are you going to get them to do bucks a week?
I mean, this is how many hours but the whole that's the whole Tim Ferriss book 10 years ago, it was always about virtual assistants we've spoken about this. People made money out of talking about how they use them and then getting people to do it. But I still never trusted them because now their businesses in selling he's how you do it. I listened to a podcast once about a guy who Ran tall ships in the Sydney Harbour. And he outsourced a lot of his sales to the Philippines or something. So he set up call centres. So you can take it beyond just like someone replying to emails. But I then did some googling about his business and it was like horrible reviews. But he was on this podcast specifically talking about how, you know, you just gotta outsource, outsource, outsource outsource
funding having someone
Yeah, definitely. I mean, it's just about sunk cost. It's we're literally wasting money because it might not do anything for us. Do you know anyone who's used them? officials?
Big t would get around a bit. Okay. I
feel I feel like I don't personally know anybody who's ever used it successfully.
Yeah. Yeah, I've got I've got no idea.
You know, what did you say? What would you give them to do? Like?
Yeah, I did another
person to me email to you. Exactly. I've got enough on my plate.
Yeah, I didn't know. I'm just Sorry about who has out bloody login. password? I don't know. But I think it can be a
personal admin stuff. I think this is where it could work.
Yes. I think this is a get me a Medicare card.
That's not as that's personal. I think what we could do though magine this because it could be really sheet which could be raising what's really great and that's sourcing content for the show. your talking points for Josh and Tommy.
I just got an idea. No, no, this is solid. What about a junior producer a year from the Philippines? Yes. That we do one hour a day and they come on the show. come on the show. Yeah, we don't know we have them connected in and I can we've, we've seen how badly that can go down. But it can also be brilliant.
No, but how about we could start them off with sourcing content. I'd like to produce anything. That's like what have you got for us today? I'd
love to get them on here. I
think that'd be fun. I mean, we will bring him on. But they'll probably demand more money. Yeah.
Over the weekend when I had the MC gig I saw Bri down in the the audience. She came with us. She was watching that was really nice. I reacted to a story.
So yeah, it looked great. I'd say a story What happened?
She was she was just a photo of Josh on stage with Leah.
People. Can you paint the picture for anyone who does
so going down? So we there was, I think was around 300 people. Sorry, there was a real mix a lot of kids. So it's, it's by a group cold Friend in Me. It's all about kids who don't necessarily fit in or don't get invited to parties.
Do you automatically feel more comfortable when they kids like on stage? Yeah, I think so. Because adults are just fucking judgmental. Well, well,
we basically we had like a, an area at the front in front of the stage and we wanted all the kids to come up and get Get ready to dance. So we said everyone gay all the kids the kid to come first up the front will get a prize. And then they thought that we met on the stage told climbing up with about 40 kids on the stage had to jump off the stage. I know he knows it was all fine but no when was him saying I looked at and I saw Bray she had a phone and like a credit card like doing a column on disability and so I said I made the joke so when I when the end a break came over I said I saw you doing just a bit of shopping online. And she said no, I was filling up your Mikey, which was lovely that I had because I had these uncomfortable shoes to very wearing nice clothes. Hard work. Why? Well, running down hooked hooked me up with like an outfit. So that was all good. But I had to sort out my own shoes. And so the only shoes I had with my vans was I had my assets on my vans. And so the assets of my
bank balance doesn't match their eccentric Miss inside out. Yeah.
And so I just I went with the van,
that's fine. And so what they're flat so they hurt your back. Yeah. And so and you're standing up the whole, like,
three hours. Well, yeah. And the other thing too is I find it very hard to keep hydrated because I don't want to have to keep going to peace. So it's this constant balance of trying to have enough water to survive, but not enough that you didn't have to go to the bathroom. Yeah. I mean, how long was it started at 10? I got there at 8:30am and I left at one o'clock. Yeah. And but how about this Harrison Craig was doing some great. Christmas carols is great. But like phenomenal, like so. So so so good. Anyway, I was watching him do his performance. And as he's singing, he did this. And he's singing, just always coughing right. So he's coughing off mic, but I was starting to panic as like a fuck. I don't think he's doing well. I thought it was getting real bear. And so I ran backstage. They had a water cooler, filled up water, and then sat in the audience, with the cap trying to get his attention.
All I can imagine is this six foot two bloke amongst
all the kids on the like dance floor. And so anyway, then when he didn't do it, he then coffee and I just made the call. I just went up on stage with the cup.
And did he take it off? He said, Thanks, Josh.
And then afterwards, he thanked me
until he is he just picking it up where he's left or so
what is it he took? He took the tiniest like I have no if he took a sip, he just put it straight down. But then as soon as that song was done, he then scaled it down. Yeah. And so because I was just thinking, speaking When you've got a coffee's hard enough, let alone trying to like, dude,
Josh Peterman who's been on the show? amazing voice similar Harrison actually. He did the Sydney Opera House. Live TV across across Australia. Mention Yeah, you don't want to
have a coughing fit
at something on that note as well like was the song you seen?
real lot? Yeah, yeah. real high real life. How did
Amy's birthday go?
Uh, yes 2033 she we stayed in bed most of the day.
I saw that you made pancakes. I yeah,
it's a bit of a tradition we have a picnic inside picnic. And so first one that we're body really gets around it
sounds like snack tea.
No, it's break fast. It's just it's just breakfast in the morning but sitting on the ground around the table and it might have a like a picnic vibe. I know there's something me really likes picnics.
Sort of what but we What do you think it is about picnics? I know there's
something it's like it's a bit it's a bit child to have a inside picnic, which kind of feels nice. I remember as a kid sitting up tents indoors I was I was just thinking about like donors setting up during isn't putting it finishes. And I'd love to do that tonight. My body's into fault. He's like, I want to copy. He calls it a cubby. So we put like blankets over the table and he loves that but
there's a there's a torch to remember you've got a torch and so you'd be able to like, turn it Did you ever do that? 97
I remember making like, like little cubby houses or whatever. Like device and stuff. Like a torch just
yeah, just anything where you're kind of in a snug little area and it brings out this child, childlike nature within you. And so I think the indoor picnic is that and so it was lovely. I've really looked into it with Amy and I know she loves So I got the pancakes already cooked them up before Bodie came downstairs, and then got him down. We set around and was all set up and she came down. big reveal.
Do you think this this
year was happening? Really? Yes, she did. It's very, it's hard, like when you've got linked bank accounts and yeah. And a kid so and the weekends were
really better on the iMj.
Now, I actually did, I didn't tell her she knew. Actually, I hadn't told her but I can assume she knows what the fuck is going on. I'm up early. And then I come into the room to get Bodie because I want him to sit down and he just sits up against What's that smell? I really
he can smell it and come upstairs and so he can smell cake. And so at that point, that's pretty clever. Yeah, he's, he's onto it. He's onto so many things these days,
so much, but I feel like it's also the time of year where we're just looking at things that we might turn into actual rituals. habits I've got one for next year. It's making sure Jeff Harry's Can you just put your headphones off I haven't looked inside or around
enough that someone who just sees you from this far away knows
yeah so I trimmed them when I trimmed my beard our race before be a trim them just like that so it's only not in the I wouldn't go don't know where to start with that yeah but just like the outer like they're really
around there yeah did you just go here on the ball so
when you're outside right you start fucking getting fuzzy was dude my next next to you one of my new things all right I just need it I need a year Hey,
routine I had a laser or psychologist What are you gonna do
I see how Important laser yeah point it does fuck with your head or your is so I want to because I was having a meeting with a guy a few weeks back and the longest hair within easy coming out it distracted me so bad and I was thinking if I'm as distracted as this and any sort my shit
like that and so you'll probably do it what like cuz Bray pointed out I had during the am saying I needed to shave we have a Sunday only policy because even when I try and clean up it doesn't do a very good job yeah yeah he's there is he doesn't know you don't i don't like he doesn't like I don't do a very good job Joshua and so the mic I shaved in the shower and we have dark tiles and so I sort of wash it all down with the hand. What's that should be on it? Yeah, but then Bray like she'll get like a paper towel. Go look It's almost like one of those TPS and you thought it was all gone, but there's still stuff there. And so that happened to me
God, yeah. Anyway, I need to employ a routine approach. So that's that's what I'm that's one of the things for me. Yeah,
I was walking along and I passed this sign was a subscription thinking like there's certain subscription so brain is going to do the muscle menu muscle meals or whatever,
right? I'm all about that busha
my muscle chef and so the free was saying so like Uber rates and all that sort of thing, spend a lot of money they use, I think was $157 or something for two meals a day for five days. So it's like quite good value. What's the math on that?
I think it's about between eight and $11 per meal. It's good
and Sally fridge not Fraser and so they quite fresh and but they But I was walking past the sign now the subscription vanfleet the food yeah it's sort of food related
the subscription of cheese
talking pre mochi so
I'll read you the sign I took a photo because I she subscription actually thinking tasty cheese from no no So what
can you cannot you cannot do a cheese subscription and a muscle meals
there the made something for the top of the meal,
dairy on top, just a bit of cheese on each one. So it's the I'm going to give them a free live raid kornelius cheese mangas the cheese club 2020 monthly cheese delivery 2995 per month sign up by December 26 or 2019 go to Cornell yes Cornell cheese.com today you know something about aeleus shelves. So you are in a Li u s cheese.com. Use the promo code that
these kind of things like businesses Think about your smart like even a small business like this if we just tried to do a client catch up every month where we got a bunch of people into the studio, you could have that is 29 bucks. It's pre paid.
I want to help 97 how much cheese am I talking? Yeah, I mean, how much cheese does one need?
And I love cheese. I'm just looking at the different packs that they have.
I went down a rabbit hole of watching Anton from Yeah, what's it called? Six and get
Australia got Netflix.
Anton does heaps of videos with like, you know, the jakey videos where it's like, here's five things that I can't live without. And he's So good at it and I've just been like YouTube has I've just fallen into this sort of algorithm or simulation engine of Anton recommend. Okay, there's so many things, but he was talking about cheeses and I didn't realise this. But in the US, it's like, I guess this is the same with Australia. You can't have like non pasteurised cheese.
It's illegal. Yeah. Interesting and do we do it true 97
we do we have it it's only like unpasteurized cheese is way tastier but you can kill you. But I have a feeling I have a feeling that the cheese so when Brian I went to Serrano, remember that like a mediaeval town in Italy. I'm sure that all because all the cheese's were like pretty full on and and Tom was saying how this cheese that he had he would put this put this glass thing Right. And it's for the fridge. It's because it stinks so so badly.
I think right idea. Every year all cheese sold in Australia has to be pasteurised, it's illegal. Okay, if it's not pasteurised
and so what does that mean flavours wise?
This is something to do with the milk that they you would have to then it says has to be that's where the chain. That's where the pasteurisation that's what happens. Interesting. Yeah. I mean, I mean this if this is if you're a lactose intolerant bad Banta for you guys.
Wonder fatigue and what do you think it's worse unpasteurized worst for people?
I don't know. If interesting. cow milk wasn't drank for many, many years drunk many, many years ago. Did you say drunk? Yeah, cow milk wasn't drunk for a long time and then they worked out fuck. We can get some energy here because it's hard when we're doing a pretty tough Mate, so they started drinking it. So a lot of people were lactose intolerant many years ago,
and then they came around.
Well, there. It is, like slowly but there's a big portion of the world. I think there's what one third of the one third of the world is lactose intolerant. Can't process the Joe Rogan.
Yeah. I think it might have been two thirds of the world is lactose intolerant. It was a huge amount.
Yeah, fuck. I mean, but there's still how many people a chase?
Well, yeah, I wonder
no, I think I think cheeses is a little bit different. It depends on the chase. Yeah, my brother can only have certain types of cheese and other Chase. He will shoot himself legitimately. We got it in there. We say.
So is this like the Blue Zone? You were reading that book? White? you listening to? audible? Yeah.
What else? It's the Blue Zone climate stuff. So that's where all like the people who lived the longest, though, trying to find consistencies between all their diets and what was it what was in there?
It was Uber rates twice.
What was it related to chase or just Well, I think that
I've been feeling there's a bunch of like Asian countries and stuff where it's like mostly see food and plant based they like their own wild fish. That's sort of laser all the stuff themselves. Oh,
yeah, can't go and get any better the so my brother said that he has these little capsule I've talked about of the lactase like the enzyme you have them and you can have a coffee with milk. And so we'll want until you stomach I saw a guy uplight timeout. This is a I use 79 FM cafe around the corner he brings out this indulgent waffle creation with sugary things on it looks so naughty and so yummy and This guy just like I same plot this thing I was like, what's that looks like a huge pin. And then he like takes the top off and he's like, twisting it Jackie pen. Look, I thought I was in a pen. I was like,
shaking his sugar like,
fucking loaded it and jabbed it and went. And so he gave himself an insulin injection is what I gauged it as. And then he proceeded to just eat this really noisy, sugary thing. I was thinking, I wonder if speaking with someone over the weekend about it. I was wondering if it is because you could think oh, what he's doing is countering right now. So he's actually being pretty naughty by countering the sugar hit right.
Maybe he needs to bring up his blood sugar. Like for instance, you know, like the jelly beans at the farm. Yeah.
I love I love the look at the coasts.
Yeah, well, I think the naughty way that I that you could spend it is, it's like this naughty thing. You can eat real really naughty but you gotta jab yourself or he jabbed himself every morning and it's the perfect optimal time to do something like a high sugar
yeah you can do it once a week all right hundred percent Mr. Sugar nice and would do that does he jab is well he's only just but he only found out there was a diabetic like six months ago. Yeah, I wonder how much he's changed like when I talked to him I asked him if he's like I'm way better.
I think if you actually need insulin, you have to shift it up a bit. If you've come from being real, Lucien, it Yeah, kid I know he's now 19 little bit younger, younger, probably it nobody made 20 Yeah, so beyond anybody here below you. He, he only became a diabetic at 18 or the injections taught.
I think they both can but type one is the one that's less lifestyle. Type two is like you've caused it well But so yeah,
so it's Taiwan born with it, if it only finds out 18 years later that he has it. That's pretty. That's phenomenal.
Talking about finding out later in life that love on the spectrum show on ABC and to watch the final 197. I said the final one.
Yeah, no, I haven't seen it yet.
That's right. But anyway, like, people with autism dating going on dates are in the best TV I've ever watched. So funny. So real.
Yeah, it's a reality show. How close are they? How, like, How close are they? Like, how set up? How reality is that? You know, it's very, very real. It's like it's pretty legit.
Yeah, yeah. It's like, okay, we're going to set up somebody ABC. So it's like, it's got the, you get a sense that you'll learning about the nuances of the spectrum and all that sort of thing. What have you learned? Well, it's funny, I feel like after watching it, all I can say is I look at everyone and just put them on the spectrum now and where I think that they are
Yeah, I guess what the spectrum is a spectrum zero to whatever. And it is, it's a spectrum, like everyone can fit into a spectrum of something interesting that they keep mentioning. I've never googled 97 the
the spectrum Autism is only measured based on a male measurement system slash charts. So I don't completely understand it, but from what they were saying in the series, women tend to be diagnosed way later because the whole system is geared towards men finding something there 97 I'm just searching you watch the series I remember saying that.
I don't know if
I don't know if is they base the system off the rating summit? I can't remember him saying that.
Yeah, in that case, yeah.
What can you look it up?
I feel like it's, I feel like it's something seeing more in miles. Now that you say that. I think about Think about someone with autism as a young person and I think about a young boy. For some reason.
I think statistically that there's definitely more diagnoses and whatever based on that based on yankin. And so the on the back on the cheese thing, subscriptions 2020 for you, it's
like, I don't think it's like the counter subscription to the food wire. So you going healthy food and then backing it up with
high calorie like high quality. Like I think it's just about having high quality stuff in your life having a few nice things that get sent. So then you don't do that. I reckon. How good would it be? 2020? No, but no over 820 20 for you. Yeah, that's a huge, huge, I mean, it's I'm not saying I'm doing it, but I'm just saying. Do it.
The I want to try and quit something getting in 2020
Have you decided what you can do with us all I had for the first time. How about this went to mom and dad's on the way here. And on Saturday when wasn't nice when did I go? Saturday night? Yes, yes. He's looking after his diary, man. Yeah, he's across it now hear what he's got all the touch points. So I just asked you how was your Saturday night?
Did you say that? No, I just said How was the dinner with your family? Because I saw it. I think it might have been Leanne who uploaded a photo a selfie on Instagram.
Selfie it was Josh type of
selfie but I uploaded on my
I know. It was the first time going to a family thing where I had a drink. And so my dad don't drink red wine. What did I drink? Mom's more 70 on blank. Like why hate white wine. Anyway, yes, I don't drink much red. So mom has been using like she uses she might be gifted a red wine, like expensive red wine and she used it for cooking and stuff. Is that right like so? It was like a $50 bottle of wine. And so I was drinking drinking that classic but I forgot to ask her I want to take it all from her because I have more use
yeah the mail house. Well, you can even pay in just exchange it for cooking written. You can buy like cooking specific read from the
bit don't use good stuff.
Yeah, but it's always so you had a drink with Mark Who was it? who poured you the drink?
Who was saying who wants to drink? Yeah, mom did. But it's funny. Everyone's like a little bit quirky. My auntie Helen her partner race. He has a specific type of soap that he likes to use. And so the factory had a fire and they were no longer going to be stocking the soap pairs. What is it? I don't know what the It's a special natural one. Anyway, so he he went shopping and and cold up at every retail place. found a place that had them he said how many bars of soap have you got? I said 250 he bought all 250 bars of soap.
Well, I had like four bucks
that's a good Yes. Yeah. Did you get a chamber by nine?
No, I don't think so. But he was like you know he is such an important part of his life and he can only use that specific soap.
How often is he washing his hands and
no, I guess it's like his whole body maybe okay seems to be a shower. shower. So when was the last time you take of soap? Yeah. Or
do you use a cake of soap or use any soap?
What do you mean? Well, the bar soap What do you use
body wash occasionally. What You Can you really pay is the you know, the super interesting you can just get away with water. Maybe like once a week I do use wash Apple soap.
that's why I use use water.
He doesn't have a girlfriend yet so should be fun as
soon as you stand vapi gets I was joking about 1997 we were doing this so we're doing
is bring that up I remember the most valuable player I know already made. We can actually
yeah and so anyway, I think that you'll need to use it to be cleaner so I use you know you do, but I use like a goat's milk coconut smelling it's very very good
yeah, I used to use the cake in the shower and the pay is white and it's like a non non allergenic whatever you call it the doesn't have chemicals in it And
is there anything that you would if you're finding out something was going out of stock or out of business? Anything that you would buy in bulk?
It has to be cheap now except I don't
have a what if you like no just like to take the financial bit off the table?
Yeah, but I don't have a connection to something like, like that. Can I give a fuck What toothpaste thing I use? I use all Amy's products so that I'm just trying to think like
think beyond like hygiene and stuff think like
when I reloading
what would I really miss now
running gun was going out I'd buy all their vices
I don't know. I mean, I've done it with like, which they're
doing really well. I mean if Asterix we're going out of business. Oh yeah.
I mean, I've just done it with tuna where it's discounted by a lot to say I just want to discount it more. I don't. It's not that I'll pay for anything. I don't want to pay full price for anything.
Yeah. I mean, if frozen berries the entire category was going out of business forever.
Yeah, I mean, yeah, there's a lot of problems there. Isn't that point if it's happening? Yeah.
We probably wouldn't have the electricity power you phrase it.
Stole those berries. What about the I want to get back into Mr. Pitts deodorant. I started using that I've been gifted you something you offered now now I'm
still using still using still using it. I had irritation from it remember?
Or it was that oh you hadn't washed your hands because the water thing
Don't you think I started the hot water things quite what's so you don't use soap?
Yeah, a lot of dermatologists will tell you to use water you wash your body
you're not using no
I don't yeah I don't know smell or anything so that's fine the me anyway the the Mr. Pitts it turned out the irritation was caused because the problem was that the bottle was old it's gone past composite six months like
that one. Yeah,
yeah. Yeah. How long have you had it for all you gave it a fresh fresh Yeah,
but I do that again. Because I said I don't have no
you know why it's because I bought the active one show and it doesn't smell as nice as a freshman.
I was like you have this one? Yeah, cuz I got into but I would like to get back into into That, but i have i've been sort of dialling in this time of year. A few habits and things that I want to do. So, for instance, I was beyond i a writer to write stuff and so I use that still to this day. But I've now moved to notes for all to do
on your phone. Yeah,
that sinking with iCloud.
Yeah. So it syncs with iCloud. And so then it goes on my computer and on my phone not so. But within notes. It's like you can add to do items. Brain I already use it for our shopping list. Yeah. Which is good. Any other any implementations that you'd like to make
as of next year?
Yeah, I'm thinking of like my pocket cast like really dialling in the like filters. So say, Okay, I want to listen to something smart. I want to listen to something dumb. Have you dialled in the skip ads at the start night. You know if
you can you can set to skip the first however many minutes so I started at six minutes in so I miss all the ads
I listened to Joe Rogan on YouTube premium and then I don't have to lead
no ads. You see I don't do any of this stuff. Okay, I think this is
the tech but this is the optimised there's something quite quite funny in it. But just dialling it all in
to you needed identify there's a problem though with the current way of doing it.
That's just about being Do you feel like you're completely optimised
for the podcast stuff or just general
life? If you if Matt D Avella was to sort of follow you around for a while.
I think you know what i found from this podcast asking people like we asked Gemma, do you think much about this? Not like some people I think just don't fucking go there. Yeah. So maybe they mean optimised or they just don't know. They don't. It doesn't Fat doesn't bother them. So it's not a thing, right? So if I'm not thinking about how can I save the moments where I skip the ads? And find like, if I don't identify it right? So then, if you like, you're thinking that I need to understand this smart stuff I want to listen to I want to listen to this stuff. You're thinking about that. So if you don't ever bring what's important to you,
In respect to what is this large question? I family, I baby. So you're saying, then you look at those things.
I think you've been looking at it. Like if time is the commodity, yeah. And then saying, Okay, what are some of the
things if you're looking at like time as a commodity, like what do you do on a Friday night when you spend a couple of hours in front of the TV?
But that's, that's the choice. So you work at
what about watching ads on TV?
Now? Whatever the watch for it.
That's okay. Okay, got it. Got it. The one thing is optimising my gym routine next year to be first thing in the morning.
Yeah, that's good. What about the word or the drive to work? Is there any optimization that you could do there?
All of these is Cat Boy Blippi Batman Jeff a playlist of buddies playlist. Dude, it's called Bodie dictates the fucking playlist.
We get optimised
ages yells events optimization just yelling this one now I want to go to the gym first thing in morning. Problem is it has to be around seven has to be about it and which wouldn't mean which means I wouldn't be out the door until nine then pushes the start back and why
how do you wind his body has to get to daycare
And so you do you drop him off after nine Are you dropping,
dropping off? 730 sure, I think around and then go to the gym and then come to work. But I think you thought about like a six o'clock gym. It because body wakes up at 615 630 I would have to go at 5am. And I don't know if I'm up for that at the moment, like I don't think I need to do that.
I go What's wrong?
Nothing's wrong. I'm just looking at my son. You just seem like you're both mocking me or something.
He was saying we had one more minute left you did this
Obviously not interested in what
Because I'm trying to work out what you can do. How you can optimise those you said you don't want to optimise.
I just said I'm optimising
physically hard. Anyway.
So Danny talks about
Do we have any?
Yeah, well, we got it. We got an email from a and
he's just the one from the other way. Yeah,
yeah. So now homie in China
Yeah. Great episode today gronk this is in relation to Lisa Stephenson. The connection between you guys and
why does he have the same
connection between you and Lisa was great some really interesting subjects. In fact I listened to two great shows Stacey June was also a great chat Keep up the good work boys and
loving getting round
he loved ash Williams episode
Jeff that's more relevant.
Now, I guess yeah, this is like fucking now that's awakened. Most
people love ash. Yeah,
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