#648 – No Sense Of Humour/
- March 25, 2020
We chat about energy and kids, using up all your stocked supplies early on, sense of humour, and eating food in the supermarket before paying for it.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– Energy and kids
– Using your stocked supplies early days
– Virtual gym glasses
– Feeling down
– Sense of humour
– Being good at their craft
– Eating food in the supermarket before paying for it
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 648. What's happening guys? What is going on? Happy Hump Day? Yeah, it's Wednesday. Thanks for the for the reminder. Yeah, I gotta give everyone a reminder of what day it is. I know a push back on that at the start used to like to paint the picture the temperature in the room. I mean, you still have it quite differently.
How are we all feeling today? I'm a bit flat. Really? I've got to say you. I just want to give a shout out to you as a parent. Yeah. I think that it's very tough. I even on the phone with you. I was like, can you mute it while I talk? Because Bodie screaming is really hard for me to talk, concentrate. And so I realised you can mute him. And it was more honey, more honey and then we ran out of honey, but then you gave him more honey and then he was something else because you said on that night when he eats once he's got some food in him. He'll be fine. And then you went to a cafe and it was one of the baby chicks.
so I understand it is tough for you. How are you feeling? How are you going? Yeah, I think it just bit flat yesterday. bit tired. really tired, painfully tired. How much of that is looking after Bodie? 24? Seven at the moment? I think yeah, if I'm not used to this is the thing. It's a new it's new for me to be with Him every day. You know, all day. And yesterday, we packed the gym or what's his house actually, because we went for a drive and he fell asleep. That's good. Congratulations also to Gemma watts, who's launched her new web rebranded glow journal, website. Yeah, glow journal.com and so we parked near Gemma's house and I had a sleep while Bodhi was sleepy. Got up and we collected sticks for the fire, which was fun and so anyways, I was so fucking tired. I feel better after it. But then I remember that
I got home and picked I picked up me and then came home and I crawled into bed. It sounds like I'm such a bitch. But like I actually did a meditation and a little, tried to sleep. I couldn't sleep, but then I got up and felt better.
And again, but yeah, I think it's a man it is like, not being able to. I think you take for granted being at work. You know, even if you sort of not getting much done. It's like not as tiring as this.
I think To be honest, I think the kid having kids is a big factor. Yeah, like I think he can't underestimate that because I think that like for you what you are at the like, it's this constant thing of you have someone else who wants you to do all of this. Yeah. And I like I would never complain about this shit. If I wasn't also thinking about what does the future look like? It does our business.
exist, you know, but like in in six months, or whatever it is, like just dark thoughts on top of this stuff, because this stuff I couldn't complain about because my wife spent, you know, the first eight months about his life within 24 seven, and I was working, and I complain about it though. You can Yeah, you definitely can. Yeah, yeah, definitely. I can complain on your behalf. Yeah, definitely. And I can complain of Amy's behalf too.
And, but I think that the thing is that on the other side, you end up with like a, an adult human, which then you can like, have barbecues and stuff with
me, I always say it's like little fat. When you see the owner who has a jack Russell that's five, six years old, and it just it just sits in the lap and you know, like, it's everything you want in a dog and then you buy one and they just shitting and you know, they're not trained and like it's so annoying, but you
Get there. And the reward and the other end is a train a lap a lap child. And so
do you do timeout? Yeah, definitely do timeout. He's been great. He actually has been good. He's just energetic young child. You drive past a park and he's like, I want that. I want to go there. Now. He wants to go to the supermarket as well. I love the supermarket but I'm trying I'm not letting him I can't. And then I feel guilty giving him too much screen time. So he's, he's limited to while we do the podcast one movie. And so right now He's upstairs in bed watching.
What is it? some dumb shit?
Could you um, could you set up a supermarket at home?
I mean, we've already got one the pantry, but you know, so why don't you just rebrand it to the supermarket.
Now we're having fun. It's so nice because I'm seeing a side of him that I've never seen before. Because I'm working. And so it's like this. You
Seeing him talk more you're seeing how much his vocabulary is, you know, grown. And yeah, it's really cute.
Gemma says He's upstairs reading glow journal. Yeah
George How are you going mate? Yeah good. Yeah. working away
would you have for dinner last night?
Fish Curry Really? actually brought leftovers in. I'm not gonna kid you not hating that.
Microwave. I'll open the windows and stuff.
It's pretty strong.
How do you make it how do you do you just go to a like a fish shop and buy fish or like what's How do you make it? I left the office yesterday to go possible is to get something for dinner. And there was nothing. There was like one piece of fish in the in the deli so I got it.
is the last piece of it all but and, and cut up some potatoes sweet potato, yellow curry pace fish do you normally do this? Do you normally cook fish carry now hardly ever
ever? Yeah, I like cooking other carries but yeah, it was a good one this one's gonna definitely be in the repertoire. I just worry about fish because I'm bringing I got some frozen sort of crammed fish and we had it on our first day in self isolation which then we sort of had a meeting about our eating it's like oh, let's not use our supplies until Uber eight stops. And so we've been liberated because we don't want to you know, support local. what that actually means is until our wages stop well that actually I'm not Yeah, you're right support local, we're using skip the queue for our so our local coffee shop that's just out the front
They obviously you can't sit in anymore in us in Australia, they've stopped our restaurants and cafes, but they keep the takeaway option open. And so yeah, the way that and the lady who owns the place, all of her employees are off like they've sort of called in sick or whatever, until he called on sick that she's probably done it on purpose to save cash. Well, now I think that the way that she would have been describing it to Bray was she was under the pump because she was meant to have people in but they it was just her on her own. And so this is give the cue means you can order your coffee, and then you wait out the front and she brings it out. which is handy. So yeah, we cuz the whole Uber Eats thing. It's an interesting, interesting point because Uber Eats are taking like 35% of every, every order that I thought I'd stop that didn't they stop now. It's just the noise around
This is a great idea to stop. Yeah. I just went to a cafe and got a coffee and Webby Chyna. And I asked the guy How you doing? I did. I did the Josh Janssen. How I hang up on you how I mean, he just ignored me. No. He, it was it was the owner. It was an older guy. It's a similar vibe. And he said, we're just making salaries.
And that's why I'm here. Supporting just escaping him going on the Uber Eats thing. Have you seen what caves is doing? or What is he doing? Right? I mean, I got a little bit of a gist of it through Facebook. But so yeah, so I'll make keys. He's the, the founder of all data, which is that analytics also audience tool for for radio stations. And he was overseas and is required now that he's back home to do 14 days quarantine and he's built
All the technology within all data. And so what he's decided to do is over the next 14 days, build an app, and live stream the whole thing so people can learn how to do it. That's it's cool. Yeah. I mean, so it's like a screen capture. And it's, he's commentating and it's great. Casey's got a great voice. So like he's radio Radiohead. And so he's he's idea is
he sort of CO created with a bunch of other people on Twitter and on social in general. And so the idea is ISO mates. And it's a way for
people to find out and businesses in their local area that they can still get coffee from and things like that. Isolated mate. I love it. Yeah, I so nice. Yeah.
I've stopped wearing deodorant. Have you have you? Are you smelling less Is this a side effect of isolation? Well, so you've literally stopped exerting any energy
I smell like flowers now. I am now earlier in the isolation I went really hard on the natural deodorant. Yeah brand for people playing at home was native What are you shaking your head about? Nice. We have so many issues with natural deodorant. Yeah, it's so annoying. You can't when it's a the smelling good and now irritation. Or you can say yeah, it's a nightmare.
And so the
the native one that I was using, I was putting on real thick
anyway then I was like, oh man, I'm itchy. I looked at my fucking skin was like babbling on and it was like a night it looked horrendous. It looked like am I gonna
get through putting on deodorant? How are you getting through catching the corona virus? Yeah, well, that's why I'm you know, washing my hands a lot. And so I
i decided i
We like had a shower and really like got under there and just cleaned it all up and we had some I think it's cortisone, cortisone cream, maybe cortisol, cortisol I always get confused with them. I think cortisone is the one that I got in my back. Let's see. Cortisol is like crying potentially. Anyway, so I am I put the cream on went to bed. And then I decided I'm like, you know what, you hear the stories about people saying, Oh, you know, I didn't read a yarder and it takes like, you know, six weeks but then afterwards you don't smell at all. And so I feel like in isolation, this is the perfect opportunity for me to test this out. to not wear it. Correct. Poor Bray. That's fine. It should be a tie right? If you don't you're actually not going to move much so you while I'm walking to walk to the post office, and that's not bad. That's and so I'm trying to bareback Yeah, I'm trying to walk saves How you going with the exercise? Yeah, well, I
Did my first workout yesterday, we dad went out and he picked up a squat rack so I can I can now do deadlifts, squats and bench presses, which is exciting. It's great if you could arrange Oh, yeah, yeah, in the Garret. But it was it was actually so like, I haven't I probably haven't worked out in maybe like, a week and a half or whatever.
No, but it actually it was actually like, yeah, struggling for breath and all that sort of stuff. So
the maybe I'd love to see you in grace on zoom doing a kick workout. No, she actually stopped a quick workout to watch this. Of course he did.
Would you could you do actually that'd be nice. Would you do a virtual workout with gronk? Maybe we could start maybe minimum viable product start with grace. Just would you test that tech out for us? Sure. Okay, great. So after this, maybe straightaway get it all set up.
Perfect. And so
Are you doing cardio then?
I will eventually
but now I'm just yeah, just working out like the squat rack and all that sort of stuff. So it's pretty much just like pull ups and deadlifts and what Josh has saved told you about the person knees straight off. Now the story says, well, Rick Chairman Rick's backing on the front line of this. He is it was so it they they're a couple houses down But dad was at out of a house the other day and he was walking past their house and they were sitting on the step. And they yelled out to him. We've we've got the virus. You know, you don't want to be yelled, yelled at anyway, we've got the virus. Yeah. So he was what he was walking past. And anyway, so all of these people, I have no idea. I have come back from overseas though. And so yeah, they're just isolating themselves in there.
Well, you're not even in there. They're on the front step. Why did they need to yell it out? Do you think? Well, I mean, with dad walking past I guess it's just a good thing to let the people around you know, Surely there's a you could put signs up and stuff surely. Yeah. Do you think that the I wonder what the government are telling people who have the virus in regards to telling people?
Yeah, but we don't have an answer. But lady McLoughlin is very excited. She's saying Mason and Grace has a love story. We never knew we needed but we all deserve right now. Definitely. Grace's squats Hello.
Which which is a favourite.
Yeah, I mean, I think that the
how often it so with with the cardio
serves you you're not gonna really address it for right now. I know. I wouldn't know cuz the thing is, it's it's built into the workout as well like if you're doing high intensity workout.
it's okay because you're getting your heart rate up anyway. You don't necessarily need cardio. Why are you telling me what what can I just think like just for heart health? George, how are you going with you? How are you going with your exercise?
Not good. Because I pretty much my exercise for the wake is playing football on Monday. That's gone. What position Are you in football, by the way?
I mean, to say we have position best ready.
But you defence midfield? Or you just sort of move around. There's only five kick goals, George fear. Is it called a CT for soccer. But yeah, it looks so cool. It looks so cool. Okay. soccer field for two core. Yeah. It's a good distinction. So that's gone. And did a few push ups yesterday.
Probably will give them another guy today.
I don't know. Yeah, I'm pretty slack. Woke a lot that I woke up
You're doing you guys finding that you're doing more facetimes I spent I spent 45 minutes on zoom with Hayden Hayden did last night. He, I saw that he added us added me to zoom and then I called him. Yeah.
Yeah, but I didn't get an ad. Yeah. All right. Oh, have you seen the the zoom call that's doing the rounds at the moment. The girl in class, the girl who like sits down on the toilet takes a face. Yeah, that's great. It is great, isn't it? And so anyway, we kind of had a catch up via zoom, we watched the address to the nation that sky mo gave at 9:15pm and so we were just on it is really just kind of on zoom in the background. It's like you just there as it's like when you were a kid
maybe was three ways seven have done this. I mean, if you're talking to me just three way minutes. I mean, it won't save
hasn't done a one way
I bet we say I'd be on the home phone for hours and sometimes you wouldn't be talking you just hold it on your ear and you'd be doing something it's weird you know something you might experience with grace but it's it's a new it's a new time where you can just be with each other but not in the same room. together is quite cute. Yeah, that was cute. You just do that phone? Yeah, definitely just gonna have the phone talking to you. Like it would be like 3am
like that. Yeah, it was seriously was like that full blow up. Just you hang. Now you you hang up. Anyone was talking about blow ups? What do you think that like if you were close to getting a divorce or you weren't loving your partner right now? Annoying time. Annoying time. It's almost the the kids excuse. You just stay together for the kids. You just stay together for the coronavirus. Yeah, because it's one of those things you want to go through with somebody else and they
If I lose my job, I mean he's got income. If he loses his job, I've got a, you know, it's not how it's gonna work if I mean, how are you getting income?
Yeah, if I'm a loser job, we both don't have income.
You definitely Yeah, it's definitely would be capital staying together. Testing though testing times, like the the annoyance level, you know the frustration being at home. It's all it'll be all sort of very triggering George your sister works in domestic violence and you said there was an increase? I think there's been a bit of an increase because Yeah, because couples are at home together.
Instead, there's been a lot of call outs and stuff which is that's foreign, isn't it? Yeah. It's horrible. It's absolutely horrible. Maybe for new couples that are quite young still living at home. They probably
Be able to see each other for the next few months. No, I mean, it'd be like if you had to develop your relationship in your Interstate and you've never met you had to do it over zoom and stuff, you know that. It's a it's a, it's an interesting time to be the perfect time and a lot of ways to form a beautiful, beautiful relationship, isn't it? And what stages Do you think TJ you're talking about? You're tired, how you actually.
What stage Do you think you're at, in in the whole sort of journey of emotions?
Because I had a cold and Amy had a cold and she was waiting to hear back from somebody who she works with that was that was waiting to waiting for test results for coronavirus. And so in that sort of leeway like definitely got it. We're definitely gonna have it based on this guy not getting these test results and us being really sick and and so then I haven't come across really sick but I've just felt bit shit and so I'm actually starting to feel better in that way. Which is good.
But then just tired. But I think there's one thing I was thinking
it's dark, and I don't want people to all go there. But it's a thinking about, I think it's being considered if you get this thing. So right now we're trying to like everyone's strategies around how do we how does how does that business survive? What does the new world of our business look like? What is the future of the business look like? How do I keep my job? How do I get government payments, it's not taking into account that if you actually get the illness disease, you're then locked away for 14 days, and then the priorities are going to shift. So our priorities at the moment are focusing on surviving from a economical standpoint, food standpoint, you know, an adjustment to our social lives, not about our health. And so, a friend of my friend who has it up in up in New
New South Wales. He was doing some Insta stories. Follow his page. My Hempel like hemp, hemp, or my hemp oil, they do protein powders and lots of good stuff. He got back from Italy and was doing live live listed like Insta stories and saying, you know, I hadn't had any symptoms, you know, a bit of a headache from the flight, blah, blah, blah, like, I'm doing good. I'm feeling good. And then he went off social media, like he wasn't posting and he came back on me. And he said, Hey, guys, the last few days have been seriously rough and tough and, and it got pretty bad there. And he wasn't in hospital. But I was like, This dude's a fit healthy guy, my age 31. And it fucking knocked him for six. And he's like, I'm just starting to feel a bit better now. But you know, and so that's where I'm like, is when someone does get it because both of us like he's a friend but he's not
Someone I call every day, you know, like, he's not one of you guys.
Which, which I haven't seen the effect to the world, personally, so I'm only just hearing about it from him. And so I've been thinking a bit about that. And so what stage Am I at? I was like, it was just a perspective shift on trying to work out stuff for our business in the future. not considering health implications, and the fact that a lot of people are going to get this And so anyway, it's at what a fact and we tell them both.
You Amy was watching sex education the other night now brain I've started watching it. Oh, yeah, I'm trying to not get into. Well, because I'm looking after Bodi all day. I've been activating work mode, at 5:30pm 6pm or after dinner. And I've been doing sort of three hours of work. I didn't work this morning from 630 until eight and then I'm going to get on with
Getting on what straight streaming Netflix like you're gonna watch some Netflix? I haven't watched any Netflix since since this
but no definitely will. weekends and stuff but midweek I find
the rule has been I don't want to get into a series because then if it's too good, it's like it's annoying. We're gonna watch it and let go of those rules like that sounds like it's a rule that's not serving you know, but it's like saying that I'll let go the rule for Bodhi and T screentime. I would rather not watch skirt skirt what not watch Netflix and have a fire with Bodie and watch. tv. Have you got mushroom? So not much shrimps? My
fridge because of mushrooms magic mushrooms in the freezer. It's not a joke.
Do we have marshmallows? No. gonna get ya. I haven't been to the supermarket since he lost a house. So I'll get them today though. Which one? Are you going to get some big ones are you
goes and sort of the big ones. If you if you're roasting trollee marshmallows or whatever that brand is the the they feel that you know they look like toy. They look like a toy. Yeah, like it looks like it shouldn't be like the Michelin man's been killed
so I mean they are good
because of the size of them. But I want to get just the classic, your classic and what's that brand? The the pinky looking packet Pascal Pascal. Yeah. How do I even know that? That's weird. Alexander says sex education is so good. Leah says oh my god sex education is giving us life at the moment watching an episode a night and loving it. Grey says might have to add sex ed to the list. The girl says I accidentally binge the whole first season in two days. Janice is the best show. There's a storyline in season two that broke me but no spot spoilers I promise. Is it funny then Brooklyn, nine nine
You hate Brooklyn?
Buddy, you actually if you think about the woods, you you don't have a sense of humour. If you actually like really deconstruct it you don't you? Because you know people say you have a sense of humour. But if we really break down what that means, you don't have a sense of humour. Well, you don't you don't know you don't sense what's good. you saying? Brooklyn nine, nine bad is a lack of sense of humour. You know, here we go. I just wrote, why do some people not have a sense of humour and we're on Quora right now, from a physiological centre New Era. From a physiological standpoint, humour is complicated. People want to laugh. That's normal. Even very young babies laugh. It's making the connection between laughing and what is funny. That is hard to understand. Some people are taught that humour is bad. Both of my grandmother's had no sense of humour. Okay. This is someone giving their
She recently has went Yeah, this is people's Yahoo Answers still around yahoo answers. Do you remember yahoo answers yahoo answers is like Cora for bargains Ask Jeeves.
Well ask jeeves was just a search engine really. But here we go here we go dancers This is a my sister's in defensive view from David on Quora a sense of humour is very subjective is a very subjective idea. Responses to humour can be different among individuals and cultures that said based on his need to explain Ababa that's a good one.
Yeah, your subjective No sir. What would a service What do you like comedy wise? What do you find funny?
Kevin Hart's funny, man. It's my eyes. Is anyone seen my I just I just saw it then. Yeah, it's like, I don't know what's maybe I am having a meltdown. Look at sticking, guys. This is the idea. Keep an eye on Go on. youtube.com forward slash the daily talk right?
I think it's the screen time that you've had like, yeah. And also the sitting at your desk. So what's funny serves and while we do that everyone go into screen time so we can get a screen time. Great. Mark Marin's Netflix specials pretty funny. So that's scripted, isn't it? Or is it
a comedy states? It's a standard thing. Yeah, that's definitely scripted. I don't find Mark Marin that funny. He's finding fraud and fun and funny and his podcast but this the stand up special on Netflix is actually pretty good. Yeah. Like Joe Rogan. I don't find him funny. I don't find him funny now on his podcast or he stand up, stand up, never watched you stand up. This is pretty bad. You wouldn't even like it. We want to change. I think he's very good. But like you said, it's you don't have to like his humour. There is some there is Yeah, I agree with you. But he's a great stand up comic. I think. These are people who've been doing it for 25 years and aircraft I guess. Do they
They're masters at their craft. So what's the common you know, if people don't find it funny? What's the craft bit outside of being funny as a comedian, do you think?
I think it's okay. Through lines and stories and stuff and linking things back. I mean, that's, that's the craft, whether it's basic craft observational like
so nailing a story, but it might not necessarily be funny because I completely understand I would say that constantly, you know, are they really good at? I don't like the humour, but they're good at their craft. And I just always wonder if that's just a
little bit of an out
because I find him funny. And there's and he has a huge audience. Yeah, HE shells out. That's the core stuff. Isn't it so big. The guy in the bottom, the guy on zoom right now with these trendy jacket, throwing shade at Joe Rogan who sells out stadiums
that's actually really pisses me off.
You're not in the arena George. Yeah. Joe Rogan actually sells out the arena. Yeah, but he does way jokes. That's pretty much 90% of his content. Yeah, you don't like wait. I just think it's a bit of a jacket. I feel like it's like calling us otherwise, it's like when people just do sex jokes. The whole time on stage is too easy to raise. Yeah, I appreciate that. So what what's what's your sort of humour? What do you what do you what sort of themes do you like?
When you say misogyny,
just everyday observational humour that I can relate to.
doing edit suite jokes. Premiere Pro shortcuts. Don't you just hate observational Premiere Pro? They hate when you go on someone else's computer and the keyboard and you think that you're doing a cat but you closed premiere? Yeah.
Ctrl save to Ctrl Click it exits the programme. Yeah, that's good.
Good, like, all stand up wise. I think
we'll call Baron Pete hellyer they say old school. Oh yeah, I know Woodley love Lana Woodley. Oh, yeah, yeah, like Theatre on stage as well like sketch comedy. improv. Do you like improv? Yeah, I love improv. improv like anti donor. Those kind of guys do want to do some improv today. Yeah, yes. And, yes.
Well, let's get to the screen time I would like to hear but we can do a little bit of improv just to finish up.
Ellen said her daily average screen time is four hours and three minutes which is down from last week. I've had a good time on.
So I should be I should be a punishment for how many hours you do. Yeah, if you're doing like 16 hours on Instagram. You have to across a week
Yeah, yeah, at the end of each week, how many hours you spent on Instagram? You have to bring that many ideas to the show.
Can we just were where were these hours in a previous life? Like before? Josh, you and I will even change that much.
Yeah, one more young gaming, where we're skateboarding. And so you were graffitiing you were definitely analysing marijuana riding bike. Yeah, I'd spent all day riding around looking for mischief or skating in the city. Like, hours and hours and hours. It is like it's deep work. Where's that noise? Coming to send noise? That's your that's is it? Georgia. Is it Tommy? That's George. It has to be George. Yes.
So yeah, yesterday my screen time fellers was six hours and 41 minutes.
Mine was seven hours. 26 Yep. All right, three as 11
he was on the clock.
Then. So how long have you seven hours and four minutes? Four minutes? How many in the text message app?
I think the big one here Josh is.
hour and a half a year and a half on text. What time did that three hours and 17 minutes 123. And that was the draft one message.
Hey, what about your phone? Good banter. How long was the phone call? app useful yesterday? Oh, yeah, not long.
It's not even in my four minutes.
4046 minutes. I guess we didn't speak on the phone. We only spoken about FaceTime stuff, but my number one was two hours. 41 minutes for Instagram. Oh, yeah.
We even had a per day. So George, you probably know more about improv than we do. How do we set this up? Just to finish up.
What do we need?
Same. Yeah. So
is that is that there we go it just close that up. This is the what happened is this is a remote working guys. That was Microsoft Teams. No, Mike, we're using zoom. We don't we don't use Microsoft products or any of that right? Ross has a good product, but it's just easier for us using this for now.
Should I say Microsoft Teams is good because it's couple of documents. Okay. Yeah. Okay.
Mason is a tram driver. Mm hmm. Tommy is getting off the tram and
Josh is getting on and they touch hands.
Okay. Did you read that from somewhere? Did you check that out? Like why do you Why are you saying yeah, it did. Your eyes are like following text on the screen, draining me my wallet. It's not good. So okay, so
TJ is getting off the tram serves as the driver. I'm getting on the tram. TJ and I touch him. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Okay. Okay. Come in saying you start
doing the door you know the tram. You're the driver if I can't, but I've just I've just opened the doors.
Have you been I don't think you should be doing sound effects. Okay, but so have you been at Have you touched each other yet or not? No, no, they're getting Okay. Okay. And the doors are opening now.
See, I'm trying to bring my son see Mr. tram driver. See you later. Thanks for riding Yarra Trams. Appreciate it out. You just touched my hand. I just sensitise that. So it's all good, man.
It's not about that. It was how hard you fellas fellas, I'm gonna have to stop the train. He plays both hoffa hop off and have this conversation.
And outside the train for one. The tram is stopped, too.
I think this is extremely unfair. Look, I know it's a tense time at the moment. Can you just relax? It'd be easier to relax. If you didn't hit my hand.
I didn't mean it. Look boys. We're gonna stick to a schedule the trends come every 10 minutes. We're gonna miss an old couple zero.
What sorry? Sorry, sir. Actually, can I say your ticket place?
Yes. Oh, he got mine was validated. The last stop and expires the end of the month. It's it's concession. concession capitalism. Call triple zero.
I think you'll find sir that. The man who's complaining right now. He doesn't I he didn't swipe on. Can you check his place?
The Geico triple zero. Yeah. Hello. Yes, yeah, please.
Yeah calling was mixed right now I'm calling cat the one chance you get to not be a bitch Josh and you be a bitch. I call triple zero it's my
I can't help it.
Anyway, all of them end up be you just have a
little is calling triple zero. Laura says this actually happened once at the cinema I worked at and actually had to call the police because they were getting a punch on say this for I mean I said this is very I saw I was on the phone before Josh and I was parked at the front of Australia Post in Berlin I temple stone. And I saw a man with a mask on in line and an elderly woman and the elderly moon was cracking this guy in the mask. And then he ended up having to like, let her in front and he ended up leaving. It was a nightmare. She was yelling and everyone was gonna chill out. That's why I stayed home. You know?
Do the self isolating thing. And yeah, all right. Well, that was that was a fun app. Thanks, everyone on the live livestream. We've got some things we're working on, which will be starting on Monday, which George is helping us with. It's we're excited about that.
Anything else TJ before? Yeah, that's about it. Sam's anything in the emails or no emails shouldn't have asked.
George, you got anything?
Oh, that was the book update. Nice. Oh, yeah. Nice. Oh, yeah. Great. So
So Josh, this. This happened. It was Episode 636. Looking Nate and Tommy. So you Josh, you brought up the fact that there were there was a monkey patching a baby tiger. Yes. Which we're allowing develop into the story. But Tommy made the connection to the
What is it?
JOHN lightly. Yeah, sure. So George sent me a text this morning saying it was for Tommy. But I got mixed up because I was focused on Josh, and then has sent the timecode to the episode where it was time codes.
Well, we've got the proof Anyway, after you book shop most time code check.
It was it was addressed to Josh because I felt like I knew him better, but it sounds like Tommy is more suited.
Still not making sense. It was addressed to me. But the gift was for Tommy.
Definitely. Yep. pretty clear. GEORGE It sounds like you've got it right in the first place. It was for me. It was the last one I got told it was for you. And then when she really listened to the show. Ah, it was Tommy Who? Who said it not Josh.
Yeah. And so right now you've got my book and I want it. Well, once all this isolation stuff.
Can you drop it off the balcony? Yeah, I could we could do that with some some string.
Those remember those when you're a kid like a little army figurine that had a parachute on them? Oh yeah. You say can you order one of those and then parachute the book down to me? I did. It's so funny how things just start you start getting looser with stuff with like a horse. I'm thinking about drones and my car. Surely I could just fuck around with some drones around the place like there's no there's no one out out and about could send it up get some cool shots of Melbourne.
Yeah, yeah, I did think that I mean, I thought about stealing yesterday, or the other day.
George mentioned us and thinking about murder the other day as well. Well.
It's extra count. Remember Kenny Joe barring with that jacket? No, I T Bodie had a yoginis hand. They've been sucking on the supermarket and he
finished it. And we were at the checkout self checkout. And I was thinking,
he's like daddy don't even put this in the bin. Literally, he saw a bin. I was like, What a good boy. And he and he's about to throw it in. And I made the call. Now, let me scan it first. And so, Shannon, I almost was gonna steal it. Can I just say is 100% unacceptable to be eating anything drinking anything from the supermarket until it's being paid for? Yeah, really?
100% it was a you know, fresh fruit for kids. No wonder you're not going to be a father Josh. Now you do it even when Brody's not there. I think you're actually right. I think you're actually wrong on this now are actually wrong. And I think that you can't eat something within the supermarket until you've paid for it. That's true. What do you what do you think George? I love getting a drink to just have shopping and then you're on murder. I know how
I think we can just get this so we got to what do you think? Nice. I've, I've never I've never done it before. No, it's nice and but what do you think about it?
Now look, it's not It's okay. I wouldn't do it but it's okay. Yeah, there's plenty things that I wouldn't do they're still okay. And he says like, I actually not not banana. Now you could do it with a banana. That's fine. Yeah.
I think we'll use that that wouldn't work. Alexandra Dunham white, do grapes count Nacho j you're off here says Christ. I've tasted a few grapes before in the shops. But that's even that's a different the grape issue is even worse. Alexandra is saying she used to eight dates. Dates are expensive. Yeah, now that's a good call Alex. Only 20 bucks occasion. I don't think I can be doing that. I think that the you get a bag of knots that you've weighed and packed and printed the sticker for and you are walking around. You can't eat those. But a una
And choose the cheapest labels to stick on there. I mean,
but let's just say you're gonna pay for them at the end. You can now again you're the reason why they security itself check it out. Why? Why? Why are they offering free fruit for kids that will work? It's a great yeah, it's a great initiative. Give it budget, what is it for home? No. Eight there is that so what hang on what do you because it's free they giving you something for free, but hang on. So you're, we're not talking about pay for food i'm saying is if there's
if you haven't paid for something, and it's not free, and there's an expectation that you pay for it. You pay for it before you eat it. No, hang on, so you can eat Why can't you walk through eating a packet of Doritos and then pay for it at the end? You're not stealing it. So it's the same thing because it's just it creates so much confusion. Who for who, for everyone involved? It's absolutely You know, I think you
You've you've missed it right here, Josh, I think can we get this? I reckon if we did a, let's do a poll. Whoa, I see that people will say that's all good. And maybe 80% of our audience at gronk, which makes sense because they allow Shannon Shannon says she always scans the empty chocolate wrapper and takes a wrapper with her when she like. Yeah, exactly. There's nothing wrong with that. What do you That's great, Shannon, that's really nice getting into such a situation that you have to eat it all then Don't you see, but it's not even. It's not even that though. It's not even like you're hungry enough to eat a day. Just Why not? You're gonna have it off. Leah says I'm with Josh on this. Yeah, I think that yeah, that's disappointing. Yeah. three kids. I'm sure they Shannon Satan Yo, in the
I think To be honest, I think Billy has got a very good moral compass. And I would much prefer to stick to that compass versus the sort of wishy washy what's the moral problem because you're paying for it anyway. So there's no
There is no moral problem. It's just a thing. It's it seems disrespectful to be eating in a store. Now, I think it's I think it's absolutely disrespectful if you ate a packet of chips, scrunched it up and threw away the pack and didn't pay for them. No, no, I think I think that Yeah, you're right. But I think that the, the job of making sure that gronk is paying for things is important for the function of a supermarket. And so we're not talking about the so that you cannot, but you are but isn't it? Isn't it funny how the guy who does tricky stuff with nuts, so he doesn't pay the full amount or the people eating? I actually don't do that hates you actually don't do that. I have done I have done it. But I definitely difference between I don't do. You can't You can't bring the two different things. Is it right to pay? Get the cheaper nuts for the more expensive one. Is it right? No. Is it right? And so what you're saying is that
But it's wrong to eat a packet of chips and then pay for them on the way out. And I'm saying that is wrong. Like, that's sorry, that is okay to do. And so you can't you can't blend the two arguments together. I think that it's a gateway to it. I know. But I think that the people that are just eating stuff and trying to confuse the security, like, I know that you end up with a trolley and fucking half a packet of this and half packet that if you're gonna pay for it all the thing is all of the way that the self checkouts work is it's all based on weight. And so all these things are going to be mismatched. Yeah. So there is an issue. If you ate a whole packet of nuts that weighed 500 grammes, and then scanned it, and you put it into the thing it says to get the barcode when you wire the thing anyway, yeah, so what I'm saying is, though it is or you eat it before, the barcode knows how much it weighs, and then you put the packet down, and then it's like, you need assistance, but you can press skip bagging and you find out
Can't get back more than like three times. And interestingly, I don't know I just think it seems potentially
potentially rude. You've got a you've got a very soft argument when you are a whole different, whole different point into the argument. It'd be great to go from A to worship to nuts. I think we could ask
my mom, I think shoot because I feel like she's ingrained this but yeah. Is there anyone that I know you don't need to ask your mom? Because you are your mom. Listen to you know, Emily says JJ obviously hasn't been to the supermarket hungry before. And I just get it down quickly. Anyway, if you think I'm writing hype, the daily talk. Yeah. Or if I'm right, you'll probably get some more emails. Hi, the daily talk show and even work at a supermarket as well. Yeah. What do you think she'll statement? Yeah, I just think that it's just to be clear, the question is no, hi.
They said okay to eat your chips or a piece of fruit. So not for it. If you're going to eat chips, we're going to eat a yoghurt Ryan pay for it at the end. Is it okay to do that? The question is not Did you say the whole fruit thing? No, it's a different compensation. That's what I took it out of it because you have to wire banana and you've eaten the weight of the banana. So it's a different conversation. It's a different conversation. Is it okay to eat some sort of packet and food some
some scannable thing while you're in the supermarket, if you pay for it at the end? Yes or no? Seems a bit unnecessary. But yeah, let's ask on Instagram, don't blame the arguments. Not the same. I just think it is. It's very, I think that you say not the same. They're not the
one stealing one's actually stealing nuts. One's stealing gripes, well, one of them is stealing until it's paid.
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