#789 – Glue Gunning & The Mo Guy/
- July 13, 2020
We chat about being the mo guy, a few changes in the studio, getting a new bed and early nights, making a play for GB’s sound booth, another recommendation from Tommy, and being fearful of death.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
– The Mo Guy
– Capacity planning
– Bodhi’s first bed
– Early nights and having a bad sleep
– Making a play for GB’s sound booth
– Glue gunning
– Writing and a laptop stand
– Josh’s exercise bike
– Tommy’s latest recommendation
– Going back in time
– Being fearful of death
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 789 It's a great number.
What's happening guys? What's going on? Why is it grind? 789 I just love like so my birthday is the first of the ninth 1988 but if you just take my birth year, that is my whole birth date. 198 that's first of September the ninth it is 1988
It's It's fun. It's good. So I'm so
What do you think about my mo? The most back
on a mind it? Actually. I think last time you had your moustache. It's we all just gave you shit because that's what you do to someone else in the office. Yeah.
Looks better in the mirror. To be honest. At fine, man.
It's fine. What are you doing it for? What are you trying to be? I don't know. I just shaved and then you making a play for the Mogae? You know, Georgia demo guy. Now I did. Why did I do it? Why upstairs now we've seen the boys upstairs. They're no longer downstairs in the studio is their full time work space plus studio space.
Yeah. So what we made the decision over the weekend, we had a big, sort of you may and Jess had a
crisis crisis meeting that we planned out a bunch of things. She does a thing called cap planning, cap planning, which is capacity planning. Yep. And so she has a spreadsheet. And then she puts down all the tasks that we have on one side. Yeah. And then she puts all of our names
so there's like intellectual porn, which is you know, the Jordan Peterson's of the world. The Sam Harris's that a super articulate and you just like I get off over listening to them talk. watching someone manoeuvre a Excel spreadsheet words, like yes, does is I mean, well, it's in seeing someone build it out. You know what I mean? So I'm sorry,
but yeah, no, it's very good.
No sexual wages in a satisfaction. Yeah.
No, there is an answer. You know, guy, everything's got a sexual tone to it. And so anyway, we put together like everyone's hours. And then we worked out what what everyone was doing. Yeah. And one of the things that Jess brought up was how with everyone being in the studio all of the time, it doesn't necessarily create a great vibe for getting shit done.
Yeah, well, it's just one whole day. I mean, we the only way I would make sense is if we kept raising money on off the podcast. Yeah, that to
that. So that's, uh, but ya know, it would be good. Sorry. Anyway, the decision I think, even if we were filming the whole time, we've been justified. So the idea is that serves JB and Jess will join us for weekend banters. Yeah. But then we were able to create seven extra hours each of work that they could do a week
highly optimised. I think that's what you'd call it.
I'm feeling good about it. Yeah, very good. organised feeling great 75 emails today I fired it
up. And that's for a Monday. Usually people are just like I can't be bothered on a Monday.
Mondays I think a good for me
a great slate last night, which I'm very, very grateful for but he's got a new bed going. What bed Did you What was your first bed in nary war? No.
Sorry, let's all in Devon hills indefinitely.
What was your first like that you remember sort of getting into that for 567 years with your old that you can sort of remember that bed you
had? I don't remember too much. I just I remember that during a cover, which was like blue healthy. That was light blue and it had like a dude on it. Yeah, like a boy like it reminded me of the bald kid from Rugrats. Oh yeah. Tommy. Tommy. Yes. Yeah, it looks it looked like that. But yeah, I remember to even know what that was. It would have just been whatever the buyers at Kmart could source Yeah,
okay, so it's legit like when you buy a portrait, like a picture frame, and there's a stock
stock image in the back. You bought a stock image. Exactly. Well, I but I think that it was cool enough. Yeah, there was an issue what was your? Well I also had the double or double bed a bunk bed. That was the first one that I had with my brother Jake. Yeah, but then moving on, you know, to a single I had that blue donor.
Well, we got a king single. And Bodie is a three year old kid. Seems like serious. Well,
it's it's crazy, but you think about you're gonna think for the future. And Amy does definitely she so we invested in a beautiful wooden framed wooden framed bed, which took nine weeks to get here. That's another story. What the hell
do you know? Mooji do really good bedside Mooji Modi now is that I like the station. I think they're Japanese. They do like they're really nice. stationary, we get a bed made, but it takes a long time. Yeah, I can imagine.
And so it got here, but it's great easy to put together. We got the mattress on the Saturday, when picked it up, or we didn't pick it out went there didn't fit in the car, the guy just said I'll drop it off for 50 bucks really
brought the Mexican official sort of thing I'll just offer like,
it was 50 bucks, but it was just like you could tell it's a guy who owned the business that is just going that extra mile. Like that's what I love about these times people want to make money. Like I can drop it off tonight. 5pm for 50 bucks.
Like that. It's like, the thing that I thought you're gonna say is like people are generous and kindness like people want to make Monday night but
I appreciate it because he's a guy in the mattress game that everyone's doing tough. You see where people are willing to maybe put in a bit more time if people are doing well doesn't always necessarily translate to giving better service. It's like well, if you making money anyway, it's not the right approach and I don't think everyone takes it but I just was like he cares about making some money to support his business and I really appreciate it and he was a lovely lovely guy. And so I got that set I not huge it's it's big enough for me and barely slept in it Saturday night came into our bed through I am I got up on Sunday morning. Straight into the king single
really is this do you think Amy got more for you? No, it's
it's a classic thing that parents do. It's like the one in one out. So it's on one in one out. It's just like kick. I'm out of here straight Really? It happens a lot. And a lot.
Uh, you normally the one that leaves
well we've never had a bed that I could go out and sleep.
And so what
Amy said here this here this have this is this is the start of it. She said as I was walking out I really because it was comfy stead of me having some good sleep.
So is it so it's if you were a single adult would it be The bed that you would on him.
Not the mattress. It's dogshit Okay, but it's good for a kid. Because so it doesn't even have like a classic pillow top.
It's like you spent your finger on it. No, no, no. It's comfy as shit. It's more comfy than these other one. Kids can sleep on the ground, man like at daycare. Why not? Why don't you sleep on thin foam? And it's just, it's fine. Why have a bed? Good point. Good point. I'm sure some kids don't have one of Amy's friends. When they first had their first child. I think they're on their fourth now. The kids bed when it was a baby was in a drawer. So I'd like to make a nice little bed area in the drawer like it's perfect. Yeah, can't roll out really comfy with some sort of little foam and and the right sort of blankies
you've just got to make sure it's weighted right because you just had one
of the drawers to follow but buddy slept in the bed all last night and woke up this morning. Like in the lie Angel.
He said so because he woke up at 2am the first night on Saturday
and then like, eight o'clock till 830 maybe till 645 seven. Now that's good. So good.
Any difference that you noticing? difference in just
having a full night's sleep is huge. It's amazing. You said you woke up on Saturday night?
Yeah, I woke up and I also did it last night to set an I don't know, I just I feel like last night I was like, I need to do have an early night because if I don't have if I don't have eight hours. Yeah, it's an absolute nightmare. I reckon. Like if I ever am like man, why am I being such a fuckwit today? It's because I haven't had enough sleep. And so I was like determined because we have a big week. I'm like, I need to get eight hours and so I went to bed at I was in bed by 845 reading my Kindle until 930 went to sleep at 930 and then at 11 I am, I got woken up to screaming on Smith straight once again and there was a, there was a guy screaming at a car. And I still, I've actually got all the footage because I may even say in the theme called triples as a sign of very cool triples here. Which she she then said, Okay, well you can talk. And I was like that was the other video. Yeah, the same like, well, so the Yeah, but I decided not to bother. But it was a guy with a black hoodie. And there was a small white car following him. And he was telling the white car to fuck off. Yeah. And the war in the white car was a female. I think it might have been his girlfriend maybe. And he's had a meltdown. And she's like, and he's like, guy Hi, guy Han. He threw the bottle ladder at the car.
But then I was like, man,
when you say that because I my heart was like Racing. It's just like I get into this mode of like, what's gonna happen? Like, is she gonna run over him? Or is he gonna kick the kick the windscreen? What's gonna happen? Yeah. And so yeah, that was at 11 o'clock and it took me about 40 minutes to get back to sleep. But I was thinking, so that was last night last night and then on Saturday night, Saturday night I just woke because we had some some wine. And I think that maybe being a bit half piste and sleeping. It's a bit of a nightmare for a fucked up dreams. And so like in heaven, yeah. And then also on Saturday night. I was watching a cop car like a police chase. And because I heard that little siren I and then sort of you know that, you know, there's action. Yes. Yeah. And so I sort of sat up and then was watching them like, cast speed off and then the police car and then I could you could hear revving happening like a car was going really fast on Smith Street.
You sleep in police pyjamas
little badge. No, Mr. Jansen. That would be cute. I didn't have a sheriff. I'd had a sheriff badge growing up. I also had a
I'd like that. No, but when I was actually a kid, a lady at the primary school had a laminating machine. lemonade. Oh, yeah. And so I got what did I What was it called? mass art
There was a software that was like print artist artist is what it was called print artist if you remember print out a shout out. But it was like a you could create really good looking documents but it was more like if you wanted to create like dumb birthday invitations or things like that. And I got an ID, or it's like a photo of me. And then I gave myself a big title and got it laminated. And so when I was getting bullied in the playground, I would just show them my card and say, back off. Yeah, and I would because I didn't know what it meant so confused. Do we believe is that what it is? Now? Is it Yeah, I mean, I don't know if I am probably wasn't being bullied. I was probably like I would pull the card out pretty pretty regularly.
You're so you're a bully.
No, it wasn't a bully. But um, but then I discovered actual card makers, which is one up from from laminated. Yeah. Which is actually printed directly on the card. Really nice. Cool.
And then it was, it was Jaya. Laughter that wasn't it. It's a so while George is away, like you're you've made the play for his moustache. You just brought a bit of George to our show. There's something I'm making a play for. When it comes to the office and George. He wanted to set up a sound booth under the stairs. hasn't happened? No, he got as far as the desk and a little bit of soundproofing.
And do you want that to be because we have taken our desks? Yeah, they're upstairs. And we've given that to the boys. Yeah. And so they have vitamin de. They've got like, 97 so happy. He's got like the windows open and he's like, is a new guy? Yeah. And so we're down here now sort of hot desking essentially right busy in our own business. And so are you wanting to use the, the cupboard as a
office? No, I want the cupboard as a creative space that I have a bunch of stuff set up that is good to go for
and only fans subscription now, I want to I want to set up my glue gun. I want to set up a little recording area I'm basically want to do what George thought he could have done. But he weren't sure. And so I'm making the play. I'm it's official. I'm climbing back under the stairs. Yeah, George hasn't acted quick enough.
I'm gonna do a bunch of videos.
Yeah, I want to have it as like a. So I've kept a bunch of shit, like and so I came in on Sunday to the office just to sort of tidy up a few things get the boys desks area,
we haven't told them yet. And you called me and said hi Do you think it's cool if I move all of their ship to their new spots? And I said no you can't do that.
And you know when you're calling somebody to ask it's not ya know that it's not right and you will have
to wait on a bad day. I probably would have been like, yeah, I can do it. Yeah. Which is it feels like the same move as if you've broken up with someone leaving their shit outside
the house. Yeah, that's no good.
And so anyway, what so you've got what sort of
cleaning some stuff up down there. I've got my hook from some old videos and but I've just got a whole video on trinkets and little knickknacks that I want to start putting up in that and just make it a real kooky little space. Tony large We caught up with last week she was on the show a couple of weeks ago. She mentioned she loves glue gunning. I know and I spent a lot of time glue gunning as a kid.
What is glue gun,
glue guns, quick a little gun, you stick this you know, long stick of glue into the back of it. It's it heats up and you press the trigger and it pulls in the stick of glue heats it up and pushes it out the other end as glue hot glue down. arts and crafts great for arts and crafts. I used to do a lot of paddle pop stick castles, things like that. And then there was you know you get a bit funky and get coloured glue that would go through the gun.
Great for just you know, so you want to glue down or you've got one I've got one.
I've got a HIPAA sheet and I was
using the glue gun for
I've used it for little bits stuff on my camera stuff around. Did you get it because Casey Neistat had no I've had them make fat Casey nice that I've been glue gunning for
Because he actually takes the glue stick as well. And we'll just use a lighter and melt it that works to
That works too. It's just if you don't have to, you don't have time to set up your glue gun. Yeah, but the, the thing about a creative space, so I think everyone wants it at some point where they're like, I need my, I need my space with my paints, because then I'll paint some somewhat, it's somewhat true that if you have it accessible, you should be doing more. The other side of it is you don't end up doing stuff that you actually enjoy, because you've just got older and you're just a bit jaded, you got shit going on. You haven't slept and you're saying next minute, you're saying if I don't get eight hours, well, I'm
fine. Yours last.
But in saying that, that's like,
you won't always get it I was but the other thing is you won't always want to do the things that you like doing. And so if I can create some way that you know that you've raised in every fucking self help book, it's like if you just had 30 minutes On a one morning where you just you did something silly like do some
you could call it silly
do some glue ganic
so what are you going to so is it like an arts and crafts? move everything
bit of everything? I like it because then you could it's just an artistic space what is art? What do you think art is
self expression? Was it our chat with Ryan Shelton that got me into that and the only thing is not to be the brat but if you get that space what do I get?
What do you want my this is the thing is a lot of
you can just make opportunities I'll have I'll have the garage.
Yeah, but you've never cleaned it. I've cleaned it all put shit in it.
Yeah, true. But if I
okay, so if I have the garage, I've got the garage you've got the under the stairs bit. What are you doing in the garage? I can welding
Why not? I've got I've got my woods in there our woods. I've got to I guess section What do you like though? What do you what would what would be something that you can Could in this office cement as your like you've got your booth where you switch the cameras and the audio. What's your what's your thing?
Yeah, do you want a bookshelf at the back? I would
like that that'd be good then I also don't want to cement everything to be studio related yet. Meaning well because if it's all in the studio, I can't sort of like I like that you've got the separation between your downstairs cupboard Yeah. And the studio. Yeah. To be honest, I think that my house like where like my apartment, that second room whereas my office space, that's great. Yeah, but I feel like I don't I feel like the inclination is because you said the glue stuff that I need to all of a sudden start doing watercolour or like, which I used to be a big Derwent pencil fan. I had some really good don't pencils yet. But um, yeah, what do I want to do it Want to get into writing? So actually this is what I want. Here we go Could I please have a laptop stand?
Yeah, where's that? Where's that go? goes on my hot desk. Yeah I don't have to hurt my neck
and so a laptop standers lifts it up for you to less poke Nick listen until
and then I have my external mouse and keyboard but I think I'll pick up my memoir I'll start okay priding it I yeah. So that would be good I do like writing yeah
okay so then what's the because I've always been of the thinking if you're telling yourself the story of I need this to do it you can go get the thing so you got no story to tell you stories can put and you've got no excuse I'm about to tonight I'm buying a exercise bike from Cogan
under 400 bucks great. How good Could it be for 350 bucks you wonder
why I think it'd be that bad like a spin bike.
Yeah, it's it's not very smart.
Doesn't matter I had no they don't need us. So I had a spin bike
that I want to erode time like what I don't want to is an aerodyne that like the actual I don't want anyone to know. So there's ones that that all the can gyms especially like what's it called kettlebells and doing all that what are the people that do? Because I think CrossFit Yeah, the wind create a paradigm I think it's called, but those things are like 1500 bucks. Yes. And then noisy as fuck, I want something that I can just ride on. Yeah, and get the miles. Right. So I'm getting that tonight. So that will be helpful. And then I want it because I want to get into consuming whilst moving, rather than like, sitting and watching TV.
Because you have the habit of TV I want you. So if he had it, what did he call that like grouping a habit? Yeah. It's like a bit of a hack. trick yourself into it by doing it
because yeah, if you think about like all of the little tacos I watch on different stuff. Yeah. So an interesting one on Disney In the price hikes, they've just opened up Disney Disney World again. Yes, they said the reporter said, disney world now the happiest place on earth for COVID-19 which I sort of thought was clever. But ya know the pricing has been huge increases over the years of Disney they introduced a dynamic ads sorry, not dynamic ads, dynamic pricing based on the time of year. But what they're talking about the actual Yes, I say like school holidays costs more. That makes it Yeah, but they were sort of talking about the Disney's pricing out Middle America so they really built a core base. But now the cost is getting really ridiculous too high. So the only reason I spent so much money went to Disney is expensive.
Yeah, I don't know how that's gonna be sustainable. If you can't have truck load on plane loads of people coming from like the Asian tourism is ginormous to these countries. Riley I think we had all the money that that brings in. That's gone for a little while. Yeah, I wonder if it's just people on their private jets flying in spending the cash. I want to do one recommendation that I think it will land last time my recommendation of
what was it
five saga with Will Ferrell
who is horrendous but just wow. Honestly, I would love I know what I would love to do. What? I want to get my Dora dango mate.
Oh yeah, you could do that in the garage.
Could you let me have your clients stuff in the garage and you just have to sit up drop sheets, blankets. I might need some help. Anyway, I think that'd be good. So anyway, they got me thinking because it felt like a magic. Yeah, gone. So
I gave the recommendation of fire saga the Eurovision Netflix film terrible, terrible but I like That I told you, it was terrible. But I also didn't say have a fucking watch party. I also didn't say that
it was really good. Like, I don't watch movies or many movies. I'm sorry
that happening was Joshua organised a watch party between four people and the suspense. Doing a watch party for a film is building up a suspense within you that you like. It has to be good with everything
cinemas as soon as it just watch parties know that Yeah, no longer
they don't bother me. Okay,
well, you've got another film
recommendation. So this it's a two prong two prong viewing you need to first like a series like a two part series. Now this is about it is a lot of work. If I mean if you've got kids, it's it's light work because you're used to this kind of shit. I want you to watch frozen. One and two. just consume it. I have about 40 times and this is I think why Love it, but he's obsessed with frozen at the moment. It's so cute. And it's so well made frozen one frozen too. But then once you've watched frozen to watch the making of frozen to, and it's a docu series on Disney plus that looks into the writers the animators all throat
I watch the making of without watching the other turn
it's just so amazing to appreciate it in reverse watch it you're familiar with the characters and understand the storylines and how crazy the visuals are and how amazing the story is. And then you go to connect all the Holy shit. The the people the the husband and wife couple that write every song for that. Their influence on the storyline is ginormous. Which you wouldn't think like they actually pieced together the stats The ending of the second by their one song, like the creative process that Disney have, it's like 7080 people working on frozen to that is the frozen team from before. And it is it is probably one of the greatest creative processes I've ever seen like in terms of anything we can learn elaborative just even how
like they were able to take one thing and bring it into our team. What is that?
I think it serves a
it's very clear, I've got a start and an end goal, which is we need a finished film that goes and is shown and distributed. The what I think any the takeaway is that you don't need to have all the answers before you start. You don't need to have all the answers. So what did they
do? So what was the bit that they had worked out
that is frozen to is a bit different because they've coming off the back of frozen one but what they need to do is make it better than frozen, Frozen, wanting to frozen
The pressure of a shower. It's Disney, isn't it, isn't it? Yeah.
And so they didn't know the story and how it finished six months, seven months out from the wind to be finished, because it's such a process of like getting it right. They do these sessions where they show a screening of it. It's bare bones like drawn hand drawn summer, some of the animations rendered looks like dogshit. But you've got some like overlay tracks and vocals and all of that. And then they do an eight hour session after that film, in a round table, discussing it. So you've got like the guy who made bla bla bla bla bla, you've got the woman who's the head of this and wrote this amazing animation film, just saying like, the story falls there. I don't know like it's brutal. And the friction they go through. It's just like it. It's I think it's a great representation of how how a creative process is for every But this is just on such a stage like you really see it in its every format like you come up with an idea you feel shit about it you try it didn't look that great you do it again small time this is like this has so much riding on it these things and so it's amazing to see and the documentary you're gonna want to see him he saw just watch just watch it I think you'll make you want to watch frozen
so the yeah South Park I think it was called six days or seven days to where which is the story of how they make South Park Yeah, obviously a very different thing but they would do the whole thing in a week. Phenomenal.
I mean, this took them three or four years to make the film like animations ridiculously long but like a nothing was locked off the scripts not locked off. They get the voice over actors any blow ups
God just behind this it loves it. It's unbelievable because he you onboard the kid to the film and then they Loving because they're hearing and seeing the person behind. Yeah, all awful. Sir.
Dax Shepard. His wife.
Kirsten bell. Kristen Bell, Kristen. Yeah. She's the most talented
person on earth.
Really so annoying,
because she can act. And then she has this voice of an angel. That and I say to me as she been like a singer like surely she's done albums and she hasn't done that stuff. She did it when she was young and then does this film.
I watched a interesting Darko on Amazon and Amazon Prime. It's all about how Netflix started.
So amazon prime then there's nothing to do with Netflix. No, they just okay. Oh, it's on amazon prime. So
it's on the platform, Amazon Prime and it's about Netflix. Okay,
and it's a private Lee funded
Yeah, that was like it had some shitty elements to it like you could tell was a bit in Yeah, but it was awesome. Do you know what what year do you think? Netflix started
hearing about it? 2000 and probably 404
things like 1998 Yeah, late 90s before the.com bubble and yeah, it was sending DVDs in the mail. It's Yeah, it's crazy.
I literally thought after what this weekend I was like, if I went back in time, would I what would you what's the one company you would like try and find the people who end up making it and telling them and trying to get in on at the early stage
and a lot faster to just pull your head in.
While you're ever telling blockbuster in a pulling heading. I'd go now I'd go to go to think about for frozen. Like Imagine if you knew the premise of froze and you found the directors job in the past and said to the light
this is a Ryan Shelton's you know coming back from
thinking about it. to weed one, so you only got one shot at it. And you gotta, you gotta you want to make money. You want to influence the world? What company would it be? What
products do you see? When you go these places? Like it's like with all the COVID stuff? Start thinking about like, what happens when we die? Like do you think? Because say for instance, like everything I kind of understand anything right? I understand physics I don't understand like fucking all this shit. I just don't get like it's even I see buildings. And I'm like, how is that tower? Like standing up or how does that build like, how does that tunnel work? Like it's amazing the things we build. Yeah, but I don't understand them. And so I'm like, well maybe like something. Maybe there is something that happens after we die.
Or anyone who tells you there is or there isn't doesn't know.
Yeah, we're making it up. Like are you fearful of death?
No, because I think I do a good enough job. But convincing myself that it's not happening in this moment. Like it's a, it's a consistent fooling of yourself like Sam Harris talks about this. We're all walking around. I mean, some people are probably more fearful than others, but then the people aren't fearful. haven't really thought about
no saying no, but what if you have thought about it? So you blocking out death or being like, not really thinking about it versus being life? Like, what about if death is better than the current situation?
Yeah, I've thought about that stuff. I've thought about
it if when it does happen, there is this other side. That then you're waiting and you can see down I could have been so annoyed, like, imagine how annoyed would be. So if like, we're putting this off the whole time. Like, we're like, the whole game of life, in some ways is like, not dying. But then you die and they're like, Huh, you may
it took so long talk. So I've got seven kids, you know, sorry me, but you know, my Vig is you go to some other place, but you can still see down on earth. And you can still Imagine if this is a simulation, for instance, and you plug out of it, which is death, and then you're looking at that simulation still going. So there's all these people watching this TV show show. And what they're saying is fact they're getting onto it's like, we're becoming more evolved the concept of being in the simulation. Well, while I got out of this simulation, maybe someone else
sees to get
out of the show. And so I had another family. Bodie scaled down, and he's very annoying. Yeah,
but Isn't it weird to think but I also like it. Like to think about it, like down heaven or something. Yeah, like it could be completely different. It could be a control room. Yeah,
yeah. I mean, that's where, what's the
what's the point in thinking about? What's the point in thinking about it? I mean, so some scientists say go reincarnation, then you go sometimes Just looking at the consciousness and our experience of it and our brain it's like a without the electrical system running. Like once it once it's cut off the count factor. The only counts is nothing. You pull it like you turn off a light. There's no light. It's gone. Yeah, there's no counter. So I've heard it reflected. I've heard people reflect on death is like, cutting off the power. Once the power is off, it's completely gone. And so they can't be anything after it's being recycled. Exactly. I mean,
yeah, it's tough to know. It's super complex. It's like it but I think that if we got comfortable, if it like, I guess this is where religion comes in. If you can be really comfortable with death, then all of a sudden, things don't matter as like you wouldn't necessarily get the response. You know, like if you're walking late at night and you just see someone being CD or whatever. What's what is like he wouldn't you wouldn't have that little part of your brain going on. What the heck's going on here? Because you'd be like, Come at me, bro. This is my time. Yeah, maybe that's too dark. That's why I think about like planes and shit. I mean, I feel like every day that I go on a plane it's me so weird when we go on one
definitely. Like I've I've travelled a lot as I've said in the world travel ban many flights, many flights. But um, there'll be weird winter next time we're going to be on a flight. I don't know. Anyway, well, it's
it'll be a year since we're in Los Angeles only in a couple of months time not four months.
Yeah. How do you think we die? Go and send us an email. Hi at the daily talk show calm. Have you actually read up on it? Or have you had a near death experience? Hmm.
Yeah, that's an interesting one. You know, the white light like, Why is that a thing? Why is it that there's been multiple people that have talked about Like the end of the tunnel seeing some sort of feeling disconnected from their body. I have heard someone speak about it, explaining that stuff like there's always a fact an explanation for everything.
It's annoying, isn't it? We should get like an expert or something on death. Or Yeah. What happened? Yeah, exactly what happens like what happens when you die?
Anyway, alright, it's a daily talk show on that like I have a good one. We'll see you tomorrow guys say guys.