#623 – Deported/
- February 29, 2020
We chat about how much rearranging a room can be, how Mr. 97 might be deported, overstepping the line when it comes to jokes, and a couple of updates from today’s club activities.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Rearranging a room
– How Mr. 97 could get deported
– Overstepping the line with jokes
– The Adventure Club
– The Book Club
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 623 what's happening guys? What's going on? Happy Saturday. Happy adventure club day.
Yeah, who would me sorry yeah we go if that was 97 that would he's really nice guy. We got Rambo Campbell in the building going guys yeah, we're really good man. I feel like those times when I was young, I reckon maybe five times I have over the space of probably five years, once a year. I would rearrange my room and be so blown away by how different the room felt. I never knew what was possible and for some reason on that day, I just decided to rearrange my room and I thought I've got a new room. Did you put your bed against the wall or would you have room on either side? No, so I there was sometimes now a lot of the time corner of the corner. I never had a room big enough to go in the middle like to have two sides. Really? How big was your bed? It was cold.
Big a double bed. But I never didn't opt for that one maybe a little like, path down the side way. But now as an adult I have it like it's strictly for sleeping. You've got it sort of two sides. You know, what else were you doing in your bedroom? Like?
What else? What other sort of activities? Would you have it? Did you have a computer setup? Yeah, I had an old darling I had TV old reprojection piece of shit. I had my corner with my computer PC.
Built it from scratch. And then I had my Logitech soundsystem
5.1. Yeah. Around my Robo seek his balls everywhere. Anyway, the reason I say that is because we've reached with 5.1 or no, no, so porn.com is possible one but Yeah, probably. Isn't now.
You sounded pretty confident. Yeah. Well, amplify breaks
Broken for a couple years, so the base of that. Anyway, we've rearranged the studio a bit, but I feel like it gave me sort of, I remember the feeling like feeling sweaty and just like, just like, you know, lifting shit. Yeah, showing if sure if it's gonna work. Yeah, it feels so good. So we've extended, we're going to eventually have like a bunch of cameras. And so this is like the next step before the multi camera. And so if you're looking on YouTube, you'll notice that we're closer already. Yeah. Which is nice. We're a little bit further away from the sign
that because one of the things that have bothered me is acoustics, I reckon the acoustics or a sound better Really? Yeah, because we're a little bit further under the light and the way that the light is, is I think that that Stan Yeah. And so we're basically extended our producer desk to allow for about three people rather than tissue serves.
Any right did you have hiding spots in your room like you know when you you think three small room
Yeah, but still, cops
are going into safes and safes with steel like safes now, like 5049 95 from Bunnings and get like a full pin. They're like, they're so cheap now, but I bought one that was 290. And it was solid. I mean, what were you putting in there on a drug, some drugs, some cash.
wouldn't go to the site, of course thing. Of course. I once he'd, I had this catch, and I hid some drugs down the back of it. And I must have been high when I hit them, because I found them months later. I was like, what sort of drugs? I can't say, but I put my hand out there was like, oh my god. This is like $400 there's $400 of drugs day. And I was like, I didn't even know about this. And this is amazing. We're talking about storing drugs. I was reading I was reading an article about all the
coronavirus stuff and one of the head is still drugs so they say we need to be prepping to store some medical Yeah, so they will i don't know how i mean what panadol yeah produces flu like symptoms so well so it's not even about
the way that I read it is it's not necessarily about the drugs that are going to help you with coronavirus it's you're not going to go to the pharmacy potentially like I was sort of thriving on this idea that like doing the show remote like all the challenges be quite fun. I mean, it's pretty everything about it. So it's it is doc and
my thinking behind it easy if everyone's fucked. So if I get all the businesses effect and all that sort of thing, like being fat when everyone else is fact it's okay. your domain Yeah, you just if your business goes under Judah coronavirus, you're okay we got a
business person or thing if it goes out of business during coronavirus, but you
Where she businessperson? It's a kind of weird, like
my business bad good Yeah, not not that your best was overdue if they need your profit and loss was shipped from the states that whole you know you're fat in August when people complain about Christmas you know all the shit. So yeah there's a list there's a certain amount of drinking water that we should be storing this food supplies. I mean I bumped into a guy I mentioned to
that I haven't seen in a very long time this morning with ramble and within sort of 20 seconds of the conversation from Hi, what's going on? It was coronavirus will get us How did you say hello to people on as well like I was just asking I was like fiddling with my bike or something and you just start talking about I'm like, yeah, that's normal conversation. And then he just starts talking about how like businesses are going on though. Like that quad lock as well. And then they're not
just saying that they they're selling too much. Now. There's a bunch of like random
Lovely rambles all fucked up. Now I'm gonna just make a complete lie.
I heard that they're actually benefiting from the Quran
so much that they've got not enough. All right. My point my point was,
and the point of this guy was that everybody and most businesses have some connection to China for their brand or for their business. So for us
Canon cameras if we wanted to buy a new one, the Canon factory actually got flooded. And so they, this was a while ago and so like there was remember that low amounts of Canon cameras accessible. And so think about all of the like the camera products. I mean, where are these these maximillian Australia
sheet that we got in this office is from China it sounds in some part of the production line. Yeah, they like Apple senses. So you think about it like even sensors and things like that at all. What are you saying there Rambo. This is got China written on it. So I'm guessing my drink bottles made from China.
Andy's China. No, no, no, it's kind of a Camelback but it says on the back China inside made in China says China says China, she says China's just it's the name of the bread. No, but the thing is, China stops the world. Other stuff, flow slows down a lot. And so that's what's going on. But what they're not going to stop is the book club. Or the adventure club or the adventure club. Potentially. I feel like bike parts all that sort of stuff with quad lock seeing an impact. I think
a internet server isn't going down isn't isn't going down. A computer isn't going down a bookstore to get your book. You're talking about the book club fully.
Digital, digital be fine. I think servers and stuff are going to be fine. To be honest, I don't think coronavirus will affect what Amazon Web Services. I mean, Amazon's probably not even I would be surprised if they had many servers in China. But they definitely were not getting anything from I think that's true Ventra IP
I think what you're going to be doing is outsourcing your mid runs to the adventure club, where we mask up and head down to the pharmacy and bring it back to the to the fat cats in the studio just sitting around. Haven't been outside in 10 weeks well Ivan Sora an article after writing that one one that was suggested was do masks work part of my account be fucking bothered, because if they don't work, what are we? What are we meant to do? You know, it's a bit annoying, but apparently hospitals just
aren't ready. That's the other thing.
I watched the press conference, a little bit of it, ABC in Australia and it was an update on the corona farce although saying that was pretty boring. They just talking about how they're going to be doing some kind of plan and executing. It's like everyone's just coming out saying yet when we're doing something, we're making sure that we're doing something, you know, 97 could get deported. Really.
So if you want us to say what
why I'm here.
It's all connecting. Now.
Currently, the way the lore is, is that if saves,
he's charged with a criminal offence. Okay, that's time
you get sent back to New Zealand. What's he doing time for? Absolutely nothing because I don't know if you saw Jacinta adder and the Prime Minister absolutely slammed como on the it was at the Sydney Harbour and they'll having a press conference and she was there. She was there sky most of their, their side by side. And at the moment the Australian policy is that if you so Australia, New Zealand, what's the relationship with Australia, New Zealand when it comes to because you're not an Australian citizen. Now so I've got something called a special category visa. So if you're a New Zealand citizen, you can come and living in Australia indefinitely. I'm working Australia and you get pretty much old
The benefits of an Australian citizen except for things like the pension, so I get Medicare and all that sort of stuff. You don't get the pension. Not I get the pin, no wonder all the
sober. But yeah, so that's eventually we'll all have dual citizenship in both in both Australia and New Zealand. Can we do a bit of content around that? And do you think you'll do it before your 21st? No, because it takes I mean, it costs like five grand, I think five citizenship. Yeah. And then also and then you have to it's like a year to get ready because I need to become a permanent resident for citizenship. So I need a year for residency and then it's like, two years and that's fasttrack. So usually it's five years after residency to get citizenship. I mean, it's a nightmare of a process. Mike Santos a friend of ours. I think he's just about to get I think he's got a permanent residency, no son. So he, he's going for citizenship right but you have to like within the PR state, the thing is, you have to
Be if you are wanting to go citizen, you need to be in the country, obviously for a certain amount of time. And Nathan's problem is he loves travelling. And so he's sort of being told you've got to stay port, you can't be doing month. So why you've got to stay here. Because if you've done over a certain period of time, while you're trying to get your citizenship, I won't give it to you knowing So basically, he's a liability to
me. So the issue is, so you say all of that, but how long have you been in Australia? 10 years, you've been in for 15 minutes.
I have to wait three years to become a citizen of Australia blind mom and dad.
No, no, it's no because it's just an outrageous system. like you'd think that because it's some countries like other countries getting the same amount of time isn't New Zealand does so why why haven't Why didn't you when you're a kid, mom and dad did the paperwork because it's five grand because, yeah, so we're trying to get
one of my parents company like the company they work for us.
Sponsor it. So we don't have to pay for you as well, while you do that, hello, Emily. Oh, that's a good idea. But also there was uncertainty around whether we're going to stay in Australia or go back to New Zealand or you just told us this now. Yeah, well, no. Okay. No what I want I mean, I'm saying, why are you staying here?
I mean, this opportunity. To be fair, there's not much going on in New Zealand. Which is if you're listening
is a thriving I mean, I mean, Auckland, Auckland is great, but, I mean, my parents would go back down to crush judge, I'm guessing. Isn't that beautiful? Yeah, I know. But this I mean, it's bit hard. I don't know what I'd get a job in. Well, he's a guy that hasn't had majority of food. So he always giving New Zealand a bad rip. That's great. It's my like,
Lucky going under Actually, I've heard that benefit.
How does that happen? And now you've said the job
Okay, so it's the job market. Yeah. Okay. One thing about Oakland I love is very few tolls on the roads all throughout are really yeah. I mean that's like internet as well really fine fibre everywhere. Okay. Well we could we could be interesting. But so you've been here for 15 years you're 20 years old now basically the way the policy works is because why were you reading up on this now? So it was just it made the news because
just into audio and just absolutely slam sky Matt was great to watch. And so what's happening is which I sort of understand both sides, right? Especially when you think about their, their belief systems and just how they do things and New Zealand is more so if you think about the Australian party, like where we currently are from a government perspective, and where the New Zealand government is. What's happening is if you commit a crime now when you finish
you're headed back to New Zealand. And so what screamo says is, you're headed home, you're you are going home.
Just since this point is she's like, psychologists into these on premise. Yeah, she gets into
her thing is, it's like, your home is Australia, you've spent all of your time you've got your family here. If you get out of jail or what incarceration or whatever it is, and sent back to New Zealand, you've got nothing you've got no, you've got no network. And so what the New Zealand Prime Minister is saying is that Australia should be looking at these things of if, if you spent the majority of your time if you're, if everything is here, and you commit a crime when you come out, you should stay in Australia, and apparently in New Zealand, I think that they, she's just wanting mutual sort of arrangement. I believe that in in New Zealand, definitely.
I was if someone who has this arrangement opposite with Sam's guessing it's like an exchange programme one for one.
Yeah. So that I think that's interesting. Yeah. I think it's a hard one, isn't it? It is because it's, it's my problem, but it kind of makes sense to sin to say you're out of the country now. Then to say you're staying here is I mean it, then it's like the discussion about is jail, a system that
gets people ready to come back into society and mccole, who was on this podcast spend a lot of time and Joe said absolutely. No, it's not. Don't it's not for one second, is it a rehabilitation programme? It's a let's get these people out of society and lock them up and forget about them. And so that's where it's hard because if if the system didn't do it thing, do a rehabilitation to these prisoners. What you think
Probably for Sam, I thought that and then mix shut me down on that one.
Then it would make sense to keep like just stay in Australia, I should have done some kind of programme to be able to understand that your crime wasn't right and that you can you have another chance? Well, you know, it brings up the whole this sort of no man's land that you're sort of in service in some way. Don't you dare don't commit a crime. What crime would you commit? I think it would be completely a crime. So it'd be something to do with digital digital yet probably be if I was
gonna be torrenting it's literally like,
if I if I was going to get put in prison, it'd be if I turned it. I mean, I don't know quite what it is. But if I got done and charged with something I wouldn't mind racketeering. I like the word. I don't even know what it is. Look at that racketeering. Like if I got done for racketeering, wondering, I don't know. Let's find to that.
mode is too much racketeering sounds kinda cool. What would you get done for Joe? extortion? That sounds good. It's good. I mean, collision. What's cool I mean, these are extortion saying give me a raise your attempts to obtain money or property from another person, usually through intimidation or for a love that you basically it was racketeering with South Pacific health club. Yeah, I record
the record to boys. The other thing 97 being only 20 he hasn't
done anything but now he's, he's, you've got a little bit to learn with certain things. Okay. And one of them was was yesterday, I reckon like when there's someone with a win, win. There's parents and there's kids. All of a sudden when you become a parent
jokes that were funny when you weren't a parent is no longer funny. Yeah. What for example, or so.
There's some doc one yeah
so that's the thing is like he's got
a nice to read
it looks like the record button on
some believable orokin You shouldn't say the
same too much
is extra hot
and so the thing is that there are like if you meant to say that you kids are ugly or things like like things that you think are funny but actually have real serious consequences. I think you've you've just said I specifically would have to go into it. You missed it. I missed this thing that he said was sort of like a I think in the realm of paedophilia Joe
making that sort of thing because I think that he comes from a good place which is you're not a paedophile. Right? Yeah. So that's the thing when you're not a paedophile. And you are, you don't have kids and all that sort of thing. paedophile jokes could be fun.
However, raised the temperature in the room. If I'm playing with a kid, making paedophile jokes isn't like a when was this at the point that you were sticking your fingers in my son's mouth? Exactly. And then go told off kind of told a lie. That's disgusting. And then you came back and did it again.
I thought it was clean that it was like that's a bit fucking wrong. And I was saying hope you get worms from that. I thought you wanted him to get worms. But what happened was I thought Bodhi was giving me a lot of shit. It was just sort of
he punched me Yeah, punch throw punch me. Anyway, I thought I thought that he was he took he took him one of the letters of the subtle off our letter. And I thought that he'd put it in his mouth it too. And, and so then when I was going to check and I realised that was it, I already had my finger on He's like, take these math. And so then I made it.
Bit of gear up.
And then he was like I'll do it again and then
and that was when 97 like overstepped the mark.
The thing is that from my perspective, it's like, because I
felt yuck about the whole thing.
Finger but you had the chance to not do it again. Do it again. You did.
And when the point was made about your fingers were in my son's mouth to be clear, because then I was writing the coronavirus stuff and I was like this suggesting you can't even shake hands anymore really and then I was the joint saying a bola.
So that's the Ebola
handshake. It's just hitting the elbow. Or maybe it was called the elbow hands and no kissing it either. Like No. in for a pic. And so the thing was like, I wanted to apologise for the fingers in my thing. I thought it was funny. In hindsight, I don't think it was. And no, I'm annoyed. I don't think it would have
been an issue with 97 didn't sort of make the inappropriate joke as well. Yeah. Yeah, I mean, I yeah.
You're right. Wait around my kid.
Well, I just promised him biscuits. Yes.
Also, I think there's something fun in just the, because he, he, he goes me and so I just go him and so he can't lie to him like I mean we
don't lie like you said, You can't have a biscuit now because he did that and I said, I don't say that there's no biscuit so that's a lie, but it was never never biscuits. But so what what reality are we in? Because the thing is he's one way there is.
There's no he was calling me Mason.
That was very funny.
Sorry, nice. And also my name is Josh.
Yeah, you could have punchy but what do you think? And so what it like
because I think
Maybe I've almost gotten too comfortable because I think that like, because we spend so much time. It's almost like he's my kid. I just felt like, that's fun. Yeah, I didn't care. I didn't care. That but I just I think I was actually fine with my actions. My shoe was 90 like all of a sudden like, I think that I was like toeing the line of just been like about righteousness. I also understand that To be clear, like, I mean, God walks in
and Mason says, Can Mason have a hug? Right? But he didn't want a hug. He said no, a hug for daddy. Right? I that was
the thing was my boy. I've I've I saw on Instagram or whatever it's like, if I think Goldie gets an Insta story about it. If the kid doesn't want a hug, don't force the hug. By the way, Mason basically doesn't like a barrier arm is like the body wouldn't be able to get past until he got a hug. Yeah. And so I do this little thing which I think is funny with the finger in the mouth thing. Yeah.
But he's forcing hugs and so I think it's all got issues and so I think that reset reset I just don't because I know that
kids like people's kids sensitive topic and I don't want there to be a big blow up where it's like Amy's got the kids I body We're leaving. why we're so we're so laid back. like think about that's what I jump off she ride bikes it's like some people i a lot more protective. Did you feel a bit embarrassed after you said it serves or did you? Did you really? Did you read the room when I was like, You can't say that. But did you think that I was because whenever someone makes a joke, I love the vulnerability of someone going deep on a on a job. It's very risky. And so it's this fine line about just like, I appreciate the risk.
So now I've made those kinds of jokes as a parent. Yeah, and but it's you gotta feel
It's just too risky. risky like especially you think about like the Royal Commission on and the thing the other thing is I think the reason why people joke about it is because it's like, you're not a paedophile, right
there's no rape jokes made because there's too many rapists, that many paedophiles that you know they I think always like covering this more Oh there is more but the amount of people that actually no one is less so it's like that joke is there still in there? You know racist jokes. No, I think that we should I think we should get rid of the paedophile Joe Yeah, look at world with that paedophile paedophile joke she's actually a well with that paedophiles. paedophile jokes would be funny, like those zero paedophiles ever again. Yeah, it's I remember the old times it's always fuckwits but also paedophile joke whilst kids are in the
gay highly risky. And
do you like it? Because we live we live in What's it? What's your thoughts on
I mean, I wouldn't have done it under any other like circumstance or with any other people.
Because any rather than friends have
you've gotten that much.
But you got no direct friends that have kids. Like your close man, this is my, this is the first.
Like Bodie is like, integrated into my life. Right? And so that's like, part of it is like, there's this new. There's like a bit of a new normal where it's just like, you can climb and it doesn't like bother like, it's just like, he's, he's in my personal space. I'm in here. It's just this constant sort of thing. But so what's your what's your learning? You can just say whatever just to make yourself feel or look good in this moment.
Yeah, I didn't think about it too much.
Yeah, I mean, just judging
from your feedback, I probably wouldn't have done it. Yeah. What do you think ramble? Um, I feel like this kind of loops around to the whole like getting deported. So it's like
or just like
yeah, it's a
yeah in the moment I was just like, well that's a lose load like, I was doing something I was doing something send me an email
like, I'd like to Tapi
which is like quite funny and because also the thing was I just thought
that I use debt or whatever and so I had that horrible I knew that I was at least claim it's not cleaning, right? It's that's disgusting and so I walk out with toothpaste
and so anyway, I think that but
Just combining all those things together, I was doing something risky. You double down on the risk. Too risky. Well, I wonder if it's you with the fingers in the mouth. He ever doing that he had nightmares last night. Did he really he ran it came into our room was just talking gibberish, just talking the most and then he was lying. You're blaming
me? Scared. Joe Joe. I mean, what is he watching to know about jail?
Was it when he visited you a few years?
Now? I don't know. I mean, yeah, we haven't watched anything jail related Free Willy Papa drag. like Dr. Willis. Oh, how was dracul? Boss? Yeah, puppet drag. Oh, there's a character in the What's it called? Jeff pizza. You know, we went to the Veneto club last night, right. I still haven't been Yes, the whole boss was a pastor. You should you should share the pastor and some potatoes. That's great. That's good. Love that. The adventure club. Well, thanks for coming.
Yeah, I mean, that was a last minute inclusion. Well, you weren't going to until Derek rocked up at your house at 8am. And downstairs with a coffee. Yeah, that's show for him.
He didn't have. He didn't. He's a bike and he didn't have the coffee yet. I, I just woken up. He's like, I am down at Pavlov's dog, which is like cafe across the road.
And he said, are like he
come on down. And so then I was like, He's here.
I'll just walk with Him. So I can do my signing of the helmets, and they'll go, and so I texted him, he said, Yeah, I need five minutes. Whatever because I wanted to like shower or not. Yeah, so I did that. I said, also get me one strong almond latte, please. Yeah. So I went down. He was sitting at the cafe wearing the exact same outfits, exact same hat, same hoodie or something. means I need actually eating to take my coffee. It was like a sit down. So it's not a month yet. So I scheduled that.
And that's okay, let's get walkies like I can just get you in a bike. Let's go back to my place. And so we did that and then we we wrote in and it was nice I think we've got an inside story which I haven't posted yet that you filmed of me rocking out whilst the battery was still working. Yeah. And so I got some serious speed and a little skewed Yeah, well the adventure club. The first bit turned into can we find Mr. 97? Who's down a extreme riders, you know, like a double black run at the snow. So for people on bikes, but you will will track your mountain bike down at goats track. Yeah, it was great as seriously, way too risky next to the river, but then we ended up riding to a sandwich shop.
It was great. That was great. Then we then we actually run into the city. That was lovely. And I then I did the book club. The book was called you're not listening. yet. One of the things that I learned from that is you don't always need to be the one speaking. Were in
Anywhere. Yeah. And I even have gotten better at not correcting people. So when more told me from this week's episodes, are you sure?
No, no, not at all. Yeah, you're correcting correcting correcting. Yeah. Now I've corrected a few. Yeah, there's a few and we're working on it. Like essentially a few corrections. But no, I am proud of myself. Because what was joking, lightning broadband is great. We use it here. And we're talking about how good it is. And we would then joking, just go to Derek
about it being a scam because screw to. The joke is that he thinks anyone that's running a business
is a scam. It's a scam. It's a scam. It's a scam. And then in that moment, a guy heard her say john mainlining. Robert yet asked him Are they Yeah, and in that moment, I was like, ah, like I have an option of being like, big right? Like we love them. Or I just like let the guy have his moment of thinking is really connected to us by something.
missing? Yeah. And so sorry, lightning broadband. But I didn't say anything. I just sort of like, Yeah, well, then honest, can we pay the money? And I guess the service is so good, but sorry, you're not listening. We did the we did a zoom call. What do you think of the zoom call? Yeah, it's great. I think it was my idea from the start, you know, spearhead great ideas in this business. And I'm proud I was upstairs stretching for half of it. And
yeah, it's amazing. You're finding your footing for the, for the book club. I don't know what the book if I don't know what club it would have been without the zoom call on the last day of the month. Well, just been. Everyone read a book. And that's it more, Emma joined on the zoom call. And she said that she's been part of many book clubs, never talked about the book. She said, this is the most I've ever taught. You had a book within a book. That's right. But I think that's the point. There's banter through it. I think it's probably time to like, I need to work out the format. 60 minutes is like, the clock starts and then it's like, seal it. Well. We only did four
Five I think now it was well over in Atlanta. Now wasn't I finished it almost 12. So
That's right. That's right. Yeah. A little bit. When we start, it would have been about 4550 minutes. It was 1130 start. Yeah. Because we started like, just from a tech.
We, it went really well. And we've got the next book that we can announce because you can start buying it. Yeah. California knee. Yeah. So you tell him who was in the book club. Did you hear this? Yeah, he, oh, I just heard the
dean on a desk photo and found the book that I'd been talking about that hey, I'm just gonna take
Batman. Okay. I think I think he
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