#838 – Drinking From The Tap/
- August 31, 2020
We chat about opening presents before your birthday, mail in the US, postal votes, Melbourne’s water contamination, travelling to Bali, and email from Clayton, and Jim Carrey’s book.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Opening presents before your birthday
- Mail in the US and postal votes
- Tommy’s water is back online
- Bogans in Bali
- An email from Clayton
- Jim Carrey’s book, Memoirs and Misinformation
- Learning and dot connecting
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 138. What's happening guys? What's going on? Happy Monday, the 31st of August 2020. That's the final day of the month. Yep. final day of the month, one of the longest month in the calendar year and marks the day before my birthday is that's the only reason I'm banging on about the date.
You know, you know how much I don't give a shit about what day we're doing this? Well.
I You said you had a package and we were you're wanting a package for some work stuff that was meant to arrive today. And you said yes. arrived. I said what Korea is the is the package from and
and you're holding it right now. Amazon he said Amazon box. Yeah. Amazon, you are in it now? No, I can't because it's not my birthday. And I've worked in
So this is the problem. I just this brain has the same issue with me. If I get get a gift as soon as the gift arrives, I need it you'll be given yet. Yeah, but you want to wait until tomorrow and towards you to my actual birth. I can't do that dude, I can't do that. It's It's not my, that's okay. So I've been waiting for a box since last Friday. And in that time I've had two deliveries. I'm making a video about the contents of this box that's arriving and both time and now I have multiple videos of me going, it's here. And I've got it. Put it down. I'm like, Yes, it's here. And then I realised at that moment that it's not the box. So I have I could do three versions by the time this box arrives of what I have what it is. That's actually a funny I could play into the video. Yeah, no, not it
wasn't it? It's good. Anyway, but thanks.
Doing deliveries that was a Saturday that I got to deliver that was Bunnings Warehouse yeah not bad yeah noticing that too I mean they got a there's a there's a big issue with that the postal they got it because it's you know tough times you know unprecedented you're gonna get people their mail over in the states the Postal Service's struggling and it's and it's a big problem because think about people are still receiving checks in the mail checks dude would fax a check no one uses checks in Australia when when we filmed a few politicised unfortunately because of all the mail in voting and stuff like that there Yeah.
Postal votes, you know you normally have so apparently there's there's the, the what's it called when you're away and you're voting like the male voting they're okay with that. But Trump Trump's okay with that. They don't like apparently
The Postal voting is just literally like they just send them out to people and then you fill out your who you're voting for and send it back. But you don't have to do as much of the admin to get it done. So I remember saying and this is still the same I saw a few weeks ago,
the Postal Service's saying we want cash, we need cash to be able to make sure we're prepared.
And the Republican Party's like, Nah, we don't we don't want this whole
postal vote thing. And so no holding back cash. Yeah, well, I wonder how many people like it, you know, there's it's a funny thing because it's, it's almost easier than going down to the local school to vote. But then there's still people are just lazy when it comes to doing admin and in America.
This is a COVID thing, right? This is like, exactly, yeah, but you don't have to vote. So
Then at that point, it's like if you're allergic to admin, yeah, at least you probably could get some sort of like waffles at the local voting booth, or some pineapple from one of those little stands on the side of the road in LA. But mate
Amazon doesn't pay much for the to, to use the postal service like it doesn't. The cost of packages hasn't gone up or something. But interestingly, I saw an article over the weekend that two thirds of Amazon packages are delivered by them now. So they're using the US Postal Service. Yeah, wow.
One of the best pieces of news that rolled in was it last night text message, text message from the local water and saying now, you can drink your tap water because it had been you know, those hundred suburbs across Victoria that had no infected but watered
Mohammed Ah, yeah, contaminated water. And so this has led me to do one of the dumbest things I think I've ever done. And and I and I have to put a caveat around it. I think I was tired and maybe coming down with something and it's not from the water. Okay? Maybe it will be now because one of the dumbest things like trying to boil water and then keep up with the amount you need to drink is tough because the boiled water is hot and you can't be scowling. You can't just, you realise how much you kind of just go to the tap and have a sip. Like, I'm not the bottle guy like you that keeps a gallon of water by my side.
But I definitely frequently drink from the tap, like a girl show. So it's my house. Oh, yeah. Get from the tap. So you put your mouth into the tap. Put my mouth that's how I am. That's how I like put water in my mouth after I've brushed my teeth. That's fine. I mean, it's been you're doing it without that so I know it's fine.
So anyway, what's that? What so I was like, oh my I've got the best idea. As I hit this jug of water hot water, I was like, fuck it. I'm gonna crack some ice box in there. And then I cracked the ice box into it. And I'm like this is sick. And then so about you know, four or five hours later I find this a sick I can just call them this water. Did it again.
Back at a big drink. I was like, Ah, you know that classic? You know, icebox make you drink tastes like the fridge the freezer fucking Yeah, mate. I feel the ice block container backup with the contaminated water.
didn't crack the ice blocks in Hollywood.
What a fucking idiot. But I was like, this is the best thing ever. And then I just had this moment mid seeped is like
I've been using contaminated water to make the ice.
very silly, dumb. the dumbest thing I've done you
A long time well Hayden did I think on the podcast talked about his horrendous belly belly. There's a rod there's there's different ice that you can get in Bali and the one that you want to get is the one with the hole through it because the hole through it means that it's gone through some official
sort of ice making. Yeah, so it's like purified water or something. So it's like they're not using contaminated ship, but it's it's a big problem. You can't even brush your teeth in Bali.
Or you might get Bali belly. I mean, it's one reason I kind of don't want to go back there with Bodhi like kids loose. The licking walls. They don't care about what they're drinking. It's it's just some sort of admin that I don't want to have to be there is something so like when I was a kid, we talked about when I 1998 went to Bali with my family and it was like, such a cool experience because it like it's just this whole, a whole nother world. I know. Like especially
So you know when you're seven or eight years old, and yeah, yeah, they caught me funny boy because I was, you know, just in the markets. I had a harmonica that I bought from a music shop that's fucking playing the harmonica and I had wine shirts on this factory and I had blue bright blonde hair. And I love it that's that's the gift you go to buy the souvenir. I wanted the laser I wanted laser but and you couldn't weren't allowed. Well, I think it was definitely
it was it was all the pushback from from dad about the laser. The annoying thing was that he said, if you can you've got $1 if you can if you can get something for dolla then you're all good. Anyway, then I spoke it's funny thinking like a seven year old like having this conversation. So I was doing a deal with the guy who's like yeah $1 I said, All right, dad, we've got like, like, I don't
All Out compared to what's the currency? It's gonna bang out rupees. Yeah, isn't it repeat? It's gone blank, Indonesian. I think it's a repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Yeah, repair Indonesian currency back. It's amazing how shit just you just forget
Indonesian repair. Yep, yep.
But no so it was $1 there was saying a dot like it because in a lot of these
places they like it back and unfortunately they wanted the US dollar in have US dollars and dad
still wouldn't do it so I never never got the laser never got it. Yeah, well I got a shotgun.
It was a baby gun.
And that was it was awesome. It was so good. And then I had it in my hands and the security guy at hotels is like it looks like that.
until it is a full security team and they sold me with my package shoddy.
I liked it not anyway, that was it. That was I still got to keep it and I brought it home.
Put it into nine nine. It was a long time ago and it was the lowest powered little baby gun you could buy. Yeah, I have such fond memories of Bali. I remember when my mom was on the beach. And she panicked. A lady wanted to do her nails on the beach.
And mum didn't want to and the lady said, What's your name? My mom's name is Leanne and my mum panicked and said Susie and so for the fact that thing was for the remainder of the trip. We went to the beach the lady we go Susie, Susie Susie.
And there was also there was also the time where we went to the monkey farm or what have you the fact that the monkey forest not like yeah
Yeah, yes as you do, and
a monkey grab hold of my mom's dress, and refuse to let go and was hissing at everyone like, my mom was but I was freaking the fuck out and I had to give the monkey like 10 bananas to let go of mum. Yeah, it's a classic. I had the domain name. I had the domain name bogans in bali.com. A while ago I didn't do it. But I think that there would be imagine is that being done it like a sitcom, and Ozzie family in Bali? Could you imagine Is it not? Chappelle?
What's the name Chappelle Colby. Is it? her whole life? Yeah, bargains in Bali, get down to drugs in jail.
Yeah, yeah. Good question for you. And it hasn't come from me. It's come from Clayton, who's emailed through Clayton's from Western Canada. I had no no idea
Western Canada was what you say. Canada? Yeah, it's in the West. Yeah. Yeah.
So, just in terms of what it looks like, it should That's true. Can I guess? Is Western? So Western Canada Canada would be
I've just gone blank, not Toronto, Toronto's east or sort of Central East is a and then it's it's essentially on the the most beautiful part and probably place you'd know is Calgary, Calgary, and then you've got like, Banff National Park that like crystal like that blue. That sort of that blue water and then closer you get that like in the distance and you get like that crystal clear water that you can see, like Yoho National Park. What am I got? Vancouver. Quite nice living the dream in Western Canada as beautiful.
And so what's what's Clayton's question all Clayton just wanted an update
On the sharing of the toothbrush that you're doing with Bree. How's it going? It's going very well actually. Thanks. Fine. No, it really is the brain out. We're talking about it last night, we're just going to get a three m sticky thing and hold em so that they can be held up because the problem at the moment Yeah. Is that they tip over, just being just sitting there. Yep. And so you're just sharing the same
device and you're changing the heads too. So it's, it's
it's not too disgusting that what Emily said same head different device without mentioning that. And then secondly, he said, he's been using a flip phone for the past couple of months.
I wouldn't even know what where you can buy a flip phone. Can you just buy these online? Is that what like? Is that what you can do? Yeah, you could also um,
you could just go to one of those like shops
in the city. Yeah.
TechSmith isn't around or likely, just like the little booths that repair your phones and you lose your warranty those excesses. Yeah. He said, I've been using an iPod Touch for the past four podcasts. So that's how he listens to which he usually keeps at home. And he's girlfriend. They've recently got rid of the TV in replacement of a projector for movies. That's fact to see how this is at any said as you might guess, I don't use social media, understandably, you too need tech to continue making a lot of your living. But my question to you is, would either of you consider going back to a flip phone to explore more intentional living, going beyond the mere deletion of apps to the inability of app consumption on the go? And so that's that's with you deleting a bunch of apps and having Thursday's your go to die for Instagram. You
Yeah which to be honest I had a I had someone reach out to me over the weekend on I just didn't like I've been downloading Instagram quickly and then just deleting it and that was that I needed to say and so I was like fuck I need to so every day I'm now just
opening it up checking things and then deleting okay bits but there is a bit of admin time in downloading, opening deleting Have you it's it's an interesting one because there's a
there's there was a minimalist phone that came out about five years ago Do you remember this? No. And who who's in charge of like what brand because usually it's like only the big should have. There's probably like five or six. There's two so if you look up the light phone Li gh t phone.
That was one where it had like
leaked out numbers. For the actual for the phones were had no buttons
There was another one too
cold the punked mp 01 which was a which was a phone that had you know, physical buttons, but it was sort of all black really small. This is so there's two ways you could go. You could go the really sort of nostalgic, get the the Nakia or get the yo flip phone get the Motorola razor. Or you could go down like which is more hipster getting the nostalgia, the old phone, the nostalgia sort of stoic phone or getting one of these minimalist phones, God. I mean, hipsters seem to be nostalgic and sort of modern in their approach. God that's a good question. I think from just taking a look at the light phone lght it it's a bit more hipster. Yeah, because there's definitely the flaunt of this is
A new product, you know, to the market I reckon we could define. So I think if there were two types of hipsters, the barista hipster. Yeah, he tech startup hipster. Yeah, yeah. The tech startup his hipster would go for the light phone. def where is the barista would get a kick out of the pink rice? Exactly the bright pink? Yeah, just it's a real peacock sign here. I can imagine some
barista rocking one can you Yeah, definitely. Birkenstocks Oh 100% there's a hipster that dies be in pink to match his flip phone and look cool.
Which I mean, this is this is a it's an interesting one. There's probably a few reasons why I wouldn't because I'm still paying 140 bucks a month and I'm tired of us and I want my money's worth having to outlay
This is an interesting point Clayton rises though he says I don't miss my smartphones is
It's been a long time since I've even used it to its full potential when I had it. Even though I had rid myself of social media, I find myself pulling out IMDb while watching shows movies, which I felt was kind of silly. I guess the addiction never left. JJ, I just used a different part of the phone to distract myself. I definitely feel like an asked talking about using a flip phone. And I guess I could easily live an intentional life with a smartphone. He says, I don't know if I'm happier without a smartphone or not. I definitely feel disconnected in more ways than one. hoping I can find an answer through some soul searching and meditation. This is such an interesting point because it's um, if you try something thinking it's going to give you an answer give you the the answer that you think will do. So get rid of phone means x, y, Zed, whatever. It's like quitting alcohol for me. I do it and
I'm like, in the in the time of
feeling like I'd love a drink, where I'm like, bit stressed, it would be nice to just have one relax. And then I'm like, I go through that. I'm like that. Am I better off without it like? Well, you are. mm meaning to these things. Exactly. Yeah, that's like part of it. Like both would work. But attend you're willing to attribute the meaning to? Yeah. And then there's also you could look at it. It's like
there's pain from both sides. So there's but the drinking side for me. There is a feeling that is great, as well as the pain so you go, I'm a fuckhead when I drink, I mean, irritable all these things, but then I feel great. When I'm doing it. The other side, you're like, I could be irritable, and I have to confront the feelings of not feeling so great. And my mental health right? Yeah, and both are really hard. Like leaving in that fucking stuff.
And feeling good is like hard as well as the other side. And so it is just like a cost analysis like what's what's what's better pain and what what pain is getting you a better result and so being disconnected
I don't think you I think you think it might give you something more than then the more to does right so like I feel getting off alcohol. I know on the other side even though it doesn't feel like it actually so much. So much more rewarding than the other side. That's part of it is like a self esteem thing as well. So, so for instance, there's
so for instance, maybe this is a bad example but like cooking, so
you can get a really amazing dish delivered to
or you can you can cook it yourself. The it's not
Just in the eating of the food, so like people would like, no, like, I want to make it they're getting self esteem or they're getting or they think the process which I think they're right is part of the whole thing. And so it's like, easy
doesn't always mean better. Yeah.
Yeah, it definitely. But I think it's it's yeah it's quicker to the it's quicker to the satisfaction or it's you know, getting a burger you get quicker, quicker league Little League time lag time between like feeling like you're hungry and then getting a bite in. Yeah, but yeah, you can definitely what I mean that's close to that example. It's
getting the food eating it. It's Um, there's so much in that process. I think it's like what these things all do.
Getting off your phone, going flip phone and
Getting off alcohol is you needing to confront something? Like it makes you sort of like, sit with your emotions a bit more. Like that feeling is sitting with the emotion of what the fuck, I'm bored. I need to do something like, it's like you then like then what? And so I think I've definitely noticed my mental health. More so not drinking. I don't know if it's my mental health has been slipping away. So yeah, so you become more aware? Yeah, yeah, I think you're forced to based on having to confront how you feel. So it's like, out of to do without making change. Like self
being irritable, like I feel irritable. But then sorry, I just got a calendar invite reminder Tommy jackets 32nd birthday tomorrow. Thanks for wanting me.
Yeah, can you be a one
And so you can live in awareness that is still unaware. Like there is layers of awareness. And so there could be like an evolution, right? It's like, you become aware, which is the first stage of awareness and then then that just becomes the new normal, right? So it's like, I'm constantly observing my thoughts. But you're still fucking in that pain, like, impossible to be aware and not do something. So if you if you are aware of it,
whether we know it or not, maybe there's that like, it's like meditation for you. It's the small, little things every single day you do it over a long time, and then you're like, Oh, yeah, things have changed. I feel different, but like, you don't fit in a lot of ways you don't feel different and feels because it's such a gradual awareness is a, like a gradual tunnel. Yeah, to figuring out where you want to go. 100% like
Sitting in a meditation and being aware of your thoughts. For me, like there is moments that I've had in the last couple of weeks. I'm just like, I literally just feel like I'm doing the opposite of what a meditation is. I feel like I'm aware of myself thinking, but then I'm caught in the awareness of myself thinking. And so this this meditation teacher lock Kelly, really love him. He's fucking amazing. And he talks about
awareness of the aware. And so it's like this layer back where you're operating from just a place of pure awareness that is beyond it's like, it's the first time you hear him talk about this. It's sounds so confusing. And then you just like, listen more and more, and it's like, hard to get to this place. Yeah. But yeah, I mean, it's Yeah. And so for a lot like I think that the
to Clinton's point.
Like it's uh, the first step is is like removing stuff in a lot of ways like you need to remove it seems before because what happens and then we tend to not when we remove stuff we then replace it with something else. Yeah, so yeah, the thing and now it's Bailey's ice cream
Yeah, it hasn't been done enough i have i think i didn't get like for me it probably
it's been that second Brain Stuff so it's been like fixated on
Yeah, like social media. I think maybe work stuff that you can't really sit like it's just like, real behind the scenes he sort of shit tinkering with stuff. And he likes that you think
you're putting your time I've been reading and my nose is running. So this is a nightmare. I'm still sick guys. The Jim Carrey his new book is a novel
memories and misinformation.
It is so funny. It is so wack. It is like
just like being good or wack man. Yeah, well just like very Jim Carrey. Yeah, I underlined a few bits. It's like
it's just like it's quite confusing you right? You're reading it and like, what's happening
is you're confused as to what's happening. Yeah, like so it's a it's a, it's like a memoir meets fiction. And so like he's talking about having, you know,
big fences with like, electric sort of sharks and stuff and, and to guard dogs. And
he talks about like, this is one line that I underlined. he'd heard stories about the Los Angeles morgue, board attendance.
Taking gross pictures of famous fallen, selling them to TMZ for down payments on houses in the valley. It likes so it's just like real dark, dark shit. But then just like he's in Rome at like a movie premiere, and he ends up dead. He ends up going to a dinner.
And he starts dancing
with a lady. And then he said, Carrie dips the woman in his arms and sing her lips pucker, an invitation to kiss, licked her sweaty face from the chin up to the forehead.
Then stared at her like a happy puppy.
This is so absurd. It's very fun. Like it's fun. Like I was just writing it just like what? What is this? I mean, he's, he's kooky as hell have you seen Jerry Seinfeld that comedians in cars getting coffee with Jim Carrey and he comes into jams over his fence and like he's just
He's so out there. And if he wasn't a successful, famous actor, you just you'd be very scared of him. It's there's something about like landing, you know, being able to he's super talented, obviously, but it's like, gets away with so much more I think just in society like I think they stones point in some ways is it's like the, the celebrity like it's a it is a piece on sort of the
obsession with celebrity. Mm hmm. And
and it's sort of like he's talking about just binge watching on Netflix and then he's, you know, he's watching
a Docker one Pompei and then he's thinking about what he's fucking dead bodies going to be like, and just like you know, puffy and then that's why brings up the morgue and it's a but it's fun. Like what I like about it is
you get a you get a sense
sense of the weirdness of him like there is this acceptance of, you're trying to place what it is. And then at some point, you're like, I'm just gonna go with it. You just have to keep reading and just fucking all of a sudden, he starts talking about a
like, he's watching survivor. And then he's talking about, like, what's happening in it and how one person from like, someone's about to backstab the like it's very Yeah, very strange. Yeah, he definitely has a unique take on life. Like he's an artist is, is definitely he does like painting and stuff. Yeah, he Yeah, they they quite trippy. But it's um, I mean, he's just expressing himself at that point. I think it's like, how do you how do you reckon you express yourself
as a as a human, not as an artist, but I think it's like, everyone has an aversion of expression. Some people shame on it throughout.
Yeah, what is it? I don't know, what do you think it is for me?
Maybe it's that sort of
the dot connecting flexing.
It's like the unique Brian who's been able to sort of connect all these dots and have people go, wow. Oh, yeah. And I thought,
like, I like it. But like, I don't know much. But I like like, it's very strange. Like, I'm not that booksmart or I don't necessarily, like I've got such massive homes, you know, and, and so the people that also a very booksmart in a certain area have holes, but maybe they just like, shoot you either, like double down on being the neuroscientists that understands the workings of the brain, which is me and but you know, but, but then you don't have a whole bunch of other stuff in your brains, like the paper
professionals on podcasts talking about specific areas, like short. I mean, they're just speaking to the nature, it's like one you do have a fucking huge understanding of a lot of stuff. And so it's just like a little bit of it's the surface the obsession with surfing the internet, like I think I've been surfing the internet as like since I was a kid. And so then you end up like one thing that I
was looking at was I went down this rabbit hole, you know Udemy like that. So Udemy is this course site. And they do a bunch of them. Like some of their courses, they range from like 15 bucks or whatever up to like $200 and this is gronk anyone can put a Udemy course on there with it within a few providers. And and so they they do these promotions where they give a bunch for free. And so I was like I call I'm going to like what ones are free at the moment.
And one of the ones that I got this morning
was a course called
Robo author. And it's all about artificial intelligence that can write for you. And so, so you type in a few words, and then it will write it spits out articles. And then they run it through
a service to check for plagiarism. And when they first do it, it's like high on the plagiarism. Like it's like 90% plagiarism. And then they bring it into another app after they use the AI app, which does like a, what's it called? It was called quill bot. And quill bot will take you know, all the texts that you have, and it will find other words that you can almost like the synonyms of those words. And so you can then go through you
quill bought jet, generate the article. So you've got the article that's been written in AI put it through quill, but Copy that, then back into the plagiarism stuff. And it's only like 10% plagiarise, like it's it's completely unique. Wow. And so what's the what's the limit of play? You know, it's I guess it's, this is for like, university they make they won't like so what's it what these are used for? is it's like if you're wanting to say if you get one of those content writing companies
so they will, it's like are we want articles written about this, they have used this and then use the the quill bot so that it's completely unique. So if someone copies and pastes the text into Google, it won't show up. Yeah. And so what are they? What's the cause for for criminals or is it I think it's like
Yeah, it's obviously like, I think that it's the similar sort of vein to sort of the SEO movement, you know, like it, you know, you get all those emails of SEO. Like, I think it's in a similar sort of area. So we get, we get messages, emails to us saying, we can write an article for you, you know, we can write high quality articles for your website blog. And the best is when you actually don't have a website blog, and they're emailing you saying that it's like, I saw your blog, and I really liked it. Yeah. Well, so is that those those are doing that too. Okay. And then they just said, it's like a sailing ship. It's, I mean, it is clever, like, who, most likely there's a you know, there's a big sort of tech interest in India, where there's hundreds of thousands of people working daily to try and you know, they're not getting paid faco and they're emailing out at mass scale, trying to land so much of it so much.
It's automated. But the interesting thing here I thought maybe we could do something around screenplay Sundays. Oh, yeah, we use the AI to write something for us. So we could give it I don't know how, how it go. But um, yeah, I thought that was there was an intro. Yeah, so But my point being is it's like, I spend a lot of time just going to random. Like, I'm not a conspiracy like I think that when you think of the person who goes to random spots on the internet, you think about fucking conspiracy theorists or paedophiles, yeah. But it's like it's more of your drugs, but it's it's it's really just more
just fucking clicking through like just the normal websites. I fucking Udemy going on there and then actually sitting down and watching half an hour of training on
AI. Yeah, I guess he did that in you did that without being told that's what you need to do and you chose to do it on your
weekend, yeah, when you really didn't have to, and you'd be doing something else. And so that's where it's like, if that's what interests you.
That's all good. That's, um, it just becomes it's like, you know, the thief who works out how to you know, con people doing the the ball and cup game is actually an expert in the bowling cup game.
So it seems like that's where they've chosen to spend their time you're choosing, you're choosing to surf the web, which is by default, giving you this breadth of knowledge on a fucking range of shit. Which at a surface level, exactly. That's what you can do like, but now I've got my second brain where I'm putting it on now.
Oh, yeah, it's good.
All right. Let's alright guys. Let's finish it up.
Hi, the daily talks about calm is the email address. I'm fading a little bit it's only fucking 915
Yeah, I'm done for the day. Um, thanks Clayton for the email and it was great. Yeah.
Yeah, wherever you landed
for me I don't think I would do it at this point. I think there's probably more in what Clayton said about living in intentional Lodge is not fun. Yeah, project Yeah.
But it is there's there's little hacks it's like our new house we're moving to there's no room for a television in our bedroom, which is going to change heaps for us because I I'm too uncomfortable sitting on the couch late at night till late at night every day into the lounge. Yeah, no, we're just shuffled around, shuffled around. Now a bit like little things that change a fair bit. And But yeah, I think there is a version, everyone has their own unique challenge. And if you've if you're the person who's got rid of your smartphone, you you're further down the line.
thinking it's a bit of an issue for you. So it seems more important and for me, the drinking thing is my important bit at this point to remove and so yeah, I tend to use phones for great things as well like old trails, like all trousers fatter and I can't wait to be able to get out and about and explore nature and
trials. Anyway. All right. Enjoy the rest of the day everyone and we'll say tomorrow Have a good one. Say guys.