#851 – Jandals & Screenplays/
- September 13, 2020
We chat about a screenplay from Gronk Gideon, starting a new podcast, the history of Jandals, and smart kettles and mugs.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Screenplay Sunday
- A screenplay from Gronk Gideon
- We’re starting a new podcast
- The Screenplay Sunday Podcast
- Smart mugs
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It's the daily Talk Show Episode 851 happy waking Banta and also screenplay Sunday.
How are we joining boy Josh is birthday Eve. TMI Midas? II. You already fired up fired up few days GFC boy haven't been thinking about it that much. But it feels it feels very unearned to be honest. Well even like just a birthday you like everyone has them. But yes, tomorrow 1030 Well, technically you do own your birth because you are the superior little sperm. And you managed to break through on to the other side. Break on through till the other
musical Sundays. Yeah, well, let's not get ahead of ourselves. It is screenplay Sunday. Now.
Last week Costa for
George didn't know if Josh was writing a script came off peds and I'd written on the toilet. Well, I was told. I was told by Josh, I'll do next week's script. Look
at how serious that I sent when I said that.
Pretty soon Actually, it was written it was in slack. Really?
I think it happened when you liked it. Hi, of how did it come about? I feel like you would have sent your script and then I would have just been a response guild been like I Good job. I'll do the next one. But that's not really a commitment. It was. So we we recorded the show at 1230. Yeah, and, and you messaged at 1220. And he said, Hey, was I meant to do a script for today? I said, so good. I've got your back.
And then you said I'll do it next week. Okay.
Well, yes saved by gronk Gideon, because this week Gideon has come through and written a screenplay that we say written a screenplay for us and he sent it through and so we've just received this this George Donnell reset on one screenplay Sunday is all about well screenplay Sunday's came about because Josh got right into screenwriting did the master class he got God or his ease right into it or got writing? He got right into it Look at all the look at my index cards or the one blue or the yellow like that is a guy who loves screenwriting. He got a keyboard. Yeah. And the keyboard so you could write better. And you got 4000 index cards so you could come up with more ideas. Yes, and you bought master class so you could learn the process of screenwriting all true. And then I got on board cuz I was like, this sounds great. I don't
It is. Yeah. And so I wrote a couple of little screenplays and then we decided screenplay Sunday. Every Sunday, we could read someone's screenplay, and give each other feedback and we can all improve together. I was just gonna say this is like when 3d deal made an announcement, when you were trying to rewrite Seth Godin book. Yes. Yeah, he's gonna write that book of himself. Yeah, so reset for that. There's a lot of resetting going on. Oh, yeah. Mason, reset. These are the reset kings. What was the deal with the book?
Well, so what did you come? How did you
I know. I was racing. Just one day I was reading a book about copywriting and being better and they suggested rewriting your favourite written, you know, texts. You know, think of things that things that you love and some blog posts Oh, paragraph. Yeah. And so I'm going to rewrite
This is marketing by Seth Godin. And so I got the book and I was writing it and it was meant to, I think
one wasn't meant to be done the first time I was being beat July, we have three places like july july one was at least the second the second one. I think it was meant to be a new use, I think. Right? Yeah. Is it was a honeymoon for 18.
I think it was. Yeah. Yeah.
cember 2018. I was going to have the book finished. And then I re announced I said, at the end of December, I was like, Look, July one. And then heaps of things happened. I didn't have it ready for July one. But three day deal. Our intern from Canada, wrote a memoir. And so he had an announcement on July one and and he
self published a self published it's on Amazon. It's old. Still figure. I'm still figuring it out. Is that the title? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, exactly. And so the book is still not done. But I have all the pages that I have. I wrote many, many pages. You did it. And it's, it's all a good laugh, to be honest. But today is screenplay Sunday. And we're going to get through the screenplay. So we haven't looked at it yet. I've just opened it. I say just at a glance, there's a few characters. Do you want me to just assign some characters to people? Yeah. Yeah, yes. So I think as tomorrow's your birthday, JJ, you can have the one with the most dialogue.
In Emily. Mm hm. I lie to Gideon. Just one quick thought. critique. Yeah, critique like he's, I don't know whether he's trying. He's a bit of a hipster Gideon. And I think
He's lucky the title has a bunch of they're not in louts but there there's something on top of O's and A's and there's fuckin he spelled Emily EMILI e. Well, good pick out because he Gideon has said that it is said in a hipster cafe. And this is good. The characters, there's customers which we will assign our
hipsters. And so based on I think Gideon is probably 40% hipster in his approach, you know, he's not up there with that 70% hipster show. He did have a mullet. But he's a fucking cracking bloke.
Which not all hipsters I've found in my time, and so he's an exception.
You know, I just a bit standoffish, like unless you can mess around with a bag of MDMA. You're not gonna have time for a lot of drug talk. The last three episodes, a lot of drug talk.
Yeah, yeah, you wouldn't be the gummy guy.
Yeah, yeah. Okay, so look, I'm the guy that takes least substances here. Anyway, let's go. Emily. That's me then. The rest champ. So we got Emily and then I'm gonna I'm gonna give myself actually navfac i wanted to i want to do the latest. The anana that's JJ and
I'm Samantha voice he called Samantha. Okay and then George you can be customer one. Yeah And yeah, Mason your customer number two. Yeah. And George Can you please read the action? Oh, this
is my boy and five. That will be Jays. Tommy and then Josh your four. And then it goes. It goes back to George at five. Okay.
Hang on. Hey, are you sure you Russia's customer
Because he will be Emily talking with himself. He'll
just be Emily How about how about Josh? How about George and I just alternate in the character in The Great idea saying Okay, so
I'm I'm George you're one on two you're three Do you want to do you want to go? Etc. Okay, yeah cool. I've actually myself I've given myself a least amount of space
it's 135 and rate the rate that you reckon why not
all right action. Yeah, you know, you know, I actually actually learned from race in the industry we call it rating the big print. A guy I'm gonna read the big prints down. All right, here we go. You ready? Don't fuck it up page. I just don't want screenplays Sunday. Here we go.
Devil Seon Cafe by Gideon Han.
I nt not sure what that means interior interior
Do you want to print?
Shut the fuck? We'll cut you off. TJ Any questions before I just don't want that to happen every time lady not I got that. I got that.
I'll say customer to say that you know that you just let it Yeah, okay. Yep, yeah, no, I've got it all right guys. Let's judgement he plays
here we go. Starting from the start we need this claim devall Seong Cafe by Gideon Han
interior diversity on cafe in Calvin North Melbourne fade in Emily 29 student enigmatic, approachable, switches the closed sign to open in the cafe on early Sunday morning and awaits by the till for orders she presses play on the cafe Spotify playlist. Hey, mate, What can I get for you today?
Just the usual thanks.
Is that the last time
No, it's a flat lot with regular milk.
Not right. Oh right. No worries. There'll be $4 50 the customer walks off as Emily turns to a co worker, Samantha. Student 24 barista? Who the fuck was that? honestly never seen the dude. Emily rolls her eyes and walks back to the tail. As the line of customers wearing denim jackets and cat jeans now extends through the door. A father with these two daughters walks up to the tail.
Hey, how are you today? I'm alright, I ordered a strong decaf latte. But it isn't as strong. It isn't strong enough tastes a bit weak to me. Or do you just want us to make you a new one then? Yep. And can we get to vanilla milkshakes? Sure. Is that on savings, more like spending
Good one. Just happen.
The kitchen is opened and now customers can begin to order food. Emily switches places from the till picks up a notepad and pencil and heads to table three. Hey, what would you like today?
Can I just get the EVO smashed but can I get my eggs? Soft? poached? Not snotty, but not well done. So medium rare.
Yeah, and could I grab an oldie supreme? That's just an espresso shot half boiling water and half milk in just the one mug. I'll see if we can do that but shouldn't be a problem.
Sorry if I'm being difficult.
Also, I brought my own homemade almond milk if you could use that. What do you mean?
here just for the LDC prime. You can use this milk. I made it myself.
Okay, thanks. I guess you're welcome.
Emily switches back to the till. As the morning rush is now finished in closing time is soon approaching. Hey, what can I get you guys? Uh, you know, we'd like to try to have your famous Armin croissants, please. Oh, sorry. We're all sold out.
Sold out. We came all the way from America.
You came all the way from America for an almond croissant. Yeah, but please don't stress. We just walked down the road to Lou now instead. Okay, enjoy your time there. Emily. Okay. Emily prepares to close the tail and begins to pack up as one last customer arrives. Hey, how can I help you?
Do you have any sandwiches left? Yep, we have one left. Are you vegetarian
I am but I eat chicken
All right, we have one last chicken sandwich you can have.
That would be great. And along black. Sure What's your name for the order?
Jacob to take away obviously
Emily prepares her last order for the day as she's about to clock out and head out. She grabbed a long black in the chicken sandwich from the kitchen.
Jacob long black
is that my takeaway? Jacob?
Could you double cup it it's really hot.
Emily packs up the till stops the Spotify playlist that she hears and repeat every day and walks out the door. Having given out all her Fox, now Emily is without any Fox to give for the rest of her Sunday.
I mean, he's encapsulated a Melbourne hipster cafe experience. Mm hmm. perfectly.
It was phenomenal. Nice. And I thought that we'd had a voiceover Yeah.
He had five different voiceover. Yeah, that was beautiful.
That was great guys. There's nothing like watching a movie and being outraged and then realising that it's based on a true story. And so Gideon said that that was based on true stories from a hipster cafe. Wow. Right. So he observed all that. And then he Yeah, right. It was too good, too.
So George, now that you've been spending a bit of time as a screenwriter, any feedback from Gideon, anything that you'd like to say? Um, well, first bit of feedback he touched on the night like it's not a good look for the whole cast to sit down and do a table read and no one can pronounce the title and
Then the names of the characters.
Isn't that hipster? Isn't that good though? Like if you're trying to, you're not gonna go Dave's diner and just set some yesterday, I had to look up DeVos seaholme. And that's how it said on YouTube, divorcee on the vaci on the vasila. Right. And so it was, um, I think
it was kind of more of a bit observational sketch, I would say.
There wasn't much intention and obstacle from the start.
What do you think the intention and the obstacles like? Can you identify any?
Well, I think she just wanted to get through a day, but she had to deal with all these idiot customers. Yeah. Is that not an obstacle?
I guess so. Yeah, but I mean,
it's work sometimes.
I think one thing that I would potentially suggest is changing out the the thing from
Customer five and giving give them names because if you remember on the master class I think Aaron Sorkin said that when it comes to actually giving the final script it's good for everyone to have a name. Is that true? Did you hear that? Or did I make that up? Have you watched watch that? Or have not haven't watched it? Oh, yeah. Okay. It does make sense. Makes sense. But I didn't know I sort of would want to know that it's a customer though potentially. Yes. True. I did like American accent like giving nice and that that was great.
He did say he put in all different types of accents.
Sorry, my god. Well, not accent sorry. hipster accents, which are just you know, our bra. Like they're not really actually.
You know, I was really good. I thought that the big print Is that what it's called again, God. The big print almost has too much personality. That this is my observation. Look, I'm not an expert, but just at the end
on repeat every day and watch it like it, you know, having given out all her facts. Yes, very funny. It's great for us and table read. We got a good laugh. Will it be demonstrated on the screen? Yeah, sure that going to potentially be text on there. Very creative Gideon, I think you've done a fantastic job and I really appreciate it. We loved it. So much fun. Bloody
time looking forward. I'm looking forward to JJ script. Well, I was just thinking big bill. That was my my week. TV talk. Is this one I feel like you should be next.
To be honest, I see why you don't do them with the criticism you throw out. Because it's too hard to then feel the judgement coming back at you when you're projecting.
Now it's just it'd be scary. I feel this. I feel scared. And then I can imagine UBC being scared because of how hard you judge. Oh, Phoebe. Other thing is he in parentheses, he said.
It was a bit of dialogue. So there was a line where I had, like I said something where I believe parentheses would normally be alluding to direction of how it should be spoken. So that makes sense. Yeah. Sure. puts a parenthese. It's just brackets. Okay. I'm a bit of positive feedback by stuck to the script. Yeah.
I did. He stuck to the script. He didn't imagine what is good. Yeah. Nice. Not any any positive feedback for Gideon anymore? Oh, I mean, you've written it. That's, that's something
in the script, that was great. I'd love to say you're addressing copyright on the first page. Yeah.
Yeah, I'd like to say that too. But the formatting is impeccable. Is it? Yeah. Good. Yeah. This is a this is a final draft job, I reckon. Yeah, I think so. Real nice. Flight.
Yeah, I feel good. I think the characters will like you could really picture the characters in your head, which was which was great.
Yeah, well done. It'd be good for someone else. Yeah, yeah, you want to just send an email to screenplays at the daily talk show calm alias up first steps halfway through. Now we know we haven't done it yet.
Okay, well, to send it to hide the daily torture Don't scream we like to send spring clothes. And I want to be I also scream, scream
as screenplays at the daily talk show. Do you wanna make a signature for that? Yes. How long is that gonna take a look? All right, can you could get turned around in less than 30
I reckon I'll sit up at hotmail
screenplay. firstname.lastname@example.org send an email to George there. I don't reckon that's even available. I wonder if it'd be great play Sundays at gmail.
Can you then redirect that back to high the daily talk? show.com
send it to the daily talk show.com and just make your subject line screeners Sundays. Yeah.
I like that easy to search. Easy to search. I mean, feel open for quick feedback. This is the game. The table rate breakdown. If Gideon has any feedback for us as active
Guys, guys, I'm not actually fucking joking.
We're starting a new podcast.
Green play sundaes.com is available saves get the domain name now. Starting
next Sunday, George what date is next Sunday on the big announcement. This is a big commitment. Yeah, we're gonna the next Sunday and I'll just submitted to are submitted to the 20th
Yep, thanks. Wait 20 on the 20th George and I will be starting a new podcast, screenplay Sundays. Every Sunday goes through. It's a real fun short 15 Minute. Yeah, and this has been I'm being serious now. Hi at screenplay sundaes.com. Send us your screenplays and we're going to have a cast every single week, who's on the first week? The first week
we are joined by
saving this KB to one person
God like we love you launch. And we love.
Love a lost love or promise. So any caveats now.
Like, ain't This is your moment for backpedalling and and tapering down. So you go on blue sky. And then what can you get to? I just need to check the vowels on Matt and Ryan. It's probably
good. Well, that's I mean, that's good. And then there's a few things he writes the script. who's bringing it? Surely there is some lying around. Yeah, I think so then it'd be sort of short. Yeah, let's let's work. Work it all out. Nice. Can you get that domain name as well? Yeah. I'm just going through the registration process with a venture IP. Yeah. Great. And how can you get shared hosting with them that sort of great deal? Oh, yeah. You can use a promo code TTS for 50% off discount on your first 12 months of hosting my that is a bargain with a great brand, if I've ever heard Yeah. And so yeah, is that an impressive domain Josh screenplay Sunday's doc.
I think is great. Yes. Screen plots on screen shot no no no screenplays Sundays. Yeah What about you? That's the end and the
screenplay Sunday is that they're all gone.
Ah, good point we need to get both. Well,
screenplay Sunday. We did screenplay. I've written screenplay Sunday in the daily Talk Show episode it was screenplay Sunday. No Yeah, I like Sunday screenplay series on the
Sunday. Yeah the one Sunday in a way. Yeah, screenplay Sunday is available and it means we can only do one episode if we want I was close I was about to check out on the other one on Sundays. But yeah, it you know you're off you you're off you're good but it's
funny reference. What else is happening JB I haven't spoken to you this week that much what have you been up to? And what I've been up to this week just
Just working just to do you know
much bringing a good item, you know, good work. Yeah.
Yeah, I don't know what else to say.
Are you okay Joe's every other week? I guess.
I am actually, I actually am really okay. I had a great day. I just I'm so grateful at the moment. Really good. Yeah, you were you were feeling feeling a bit anxious the other morning had to get out for a walk and then you realise you hadn't really been out for a walk in a while?
Yeah, yeah. Whenever you walk feeling good. Have you implemented a warning? Yeah, so here we go. He's fired up. He's moving he's getting reactive. Just the mace just got the confirmation on bank Yeah, yeah. Hey guys, how do I get the receipts for all of these are we just be in the back nice board Yeah, it's been try pay yet. No worries, man. I'm creating the podcast name was Bob otherwise, oh, JB waiting to watch what's going on. Just around
The block really just read Calton. 45 minutes already. And yeah 45
probably not even probably half an hour.
But now feeling good really love the episode on a Thursday, I messaged you guys about that it was great just about developing and starting a podcast and that sort of thing because I've had the same kind of internal struggles and with the difference between posting a
video on Instagram, whatever that gets a quick reaction and you feel good about yourself compared to sticking through a podcast where you've got great listeners and and everything, but there's not that they get that like feedback instantly. And he's gonna kind of believe that it's it's going well and you got to trust the process and and the process is the funniest bit. So if you can stick through that then then you're good but yeah, it's just it's just a different, a different thing. Then
posting a little funny video and everyone saying Oh, that was great and sharing it around. Yeah, so and you guys have been through that as well. So yeah, I love that episode. Thank you JB, but also think oh man, quick question for Mason regarding or here we go one trick Tony yep
what a jandals
jandals device jandals
jandals Are they really? Yep, pay? I don't know when did you not know that JB Janda laughs That was so funny when you said it wasn't? Like channels like Jane Doe handles? Yeah, that's what I thought so this flip flops which is what is a fucking flip flop I guess it makes the sound which is probably more explanation rather than a gender. What is it? jandel like, how do you come to Ganga leather? Is it leather?
No, it's rubbish. It's a phone. It's a bit why Gen Y Gen. We're trying to take
sound of the shoe and open foot sandal
so there's andele I'm just wondering what
you get you get the handle from sandal. Just
talking about what's
nice of a sandal.
sandal name here we go.
Jasmine andall sandal, drop the s on sandal you get handles right? Drop the J on jandals you get handles as well. So that's where it comes from. I'm just wondering why there's a j on the front. Oh, hang on, hang on. Yeah, the name Janda will combine the words Japanese and sandal. They got a family of john cow. He claimed that he introduced the footwear from Japan in the late 1940s coining the name jandel in the process.
They believe jacc only important the jandals and applied for the trademark.
So there's only one, Morris young trademarks jandel I think that's his New Zealand, someone New Zealand. Inspired by the footwear he'd seen in Japan businessmen, Marty jacc and his son Anthony began manufacturing the simple rubber footwear in their garage in 1957. The name jandel combined the word Japanese it's sandal. There is a disagreement about whether jacc invented the jandel the family of john Kelly claimed that he introduced the footwear or they're actually absolutely bitches these from Japan in the 1940s coining the name jandel in the process. They believe York only imported the jandals and applied for the trademark jacc son disputes this goes on jandals Ltd initially manufactured jandals using rubber imported from Hong Kong Jay you
J yakovenko arrange distribution scalar up, took the took over the supply of raw materials and eventually bought the business in 1997. During the 1980s and 1990s, the brand came under threat from cheap imported imitations. In response, the owners threatened legal action to protect protect the jandel trademark, a fresh dog story, but
this needs to be a duck on this a fresh stash over the name broke out in 2014. Wow. When trademark owners gentex New Zealand Ltd. asked a Hamilton bass rail retailer to stop using the term jandel to advertise their footwork. Meanwhile, in 20 2097, has been fined for using the term jandel
now that's it. That's the jandel story. Wow, what a fucking god Jason Japanese. The definition of an endl there's only one by the way is to serve
Vili roast someone or something? Well, that's what just happened.
be a show. We're definitely not doing
a screenplay someday. I have no idea for a screenplay. I had an idea for a screenplay someday. Okay, here we go. So it's, it's, so it always needs somebody who's sort of leading the table rate.
A part of the BIG MEDIA COMPANY network, we could bring in somebody who is the facilitator of it. So there's, you know, George, you may could be saved, it could be Tony's running the facilitating it. So you know, the person running it's a part of the BIG MEDIA COMPANY network. And then we have people that might be in the company as well but also outside of us that want to come in and do the raid. And so I could imagine Tony facilitating it. So we build out like a playbook of like, here's some rules.
around how you got to host it and serve it up you know you saying you got to know the bloody i n t intro or you know these interior fundamentals.
Interior you got to know these, and then you host it and facilitate it. And so, Tony, should we get Tony to host it then? So what I'm saying is it's a rotating door. It's it's the screenplay Sunday. It's like a venue scrape by Sunday is actually the comedy club. There's a venue and then there's the team that so we did a run up.
Now it's a it's a, it's not a real pub, the virtual part about why I've mentioned it like describing a podcast.
No, what I'm saying is, but you're talking and you subscribe to it, and that's what I'm saying is do you get what I'm saying? George? You know, I'm saying and not really so it's just one rotates. I'm saying that Rob is having to lock yourself into
Something Josh, we actually have a team of people that can be facilitating it. And then there's other people on with me off my own show.
You're very much known for putting your hand up for too much work and then pulling out and not doing any. So let's say that play out.
Day one, let it be five payment waves Josh. Yeah, I'll be on the phone. Like, oh, I'll have a line but it's over the telephone. You're in Tony's ear. Tony's now Josh. It's no, it's I think it's a fun idea. And so, you know, video. What do we need to video? I think we need to get the YouTube. Okay, great. And so as I was, as I was thinking, You sent that plugin for Chrome, the extension that runs the screenplay down the side of the page as you watch the film. Yes. Now it's not a film. But do we want to run the screenplay down the side as it's read out on the show?
We need to get Oh, that's a cool okay, Grant.
I like it. So Who's that? Who's putting all this together? or GB?
Yeah. Are we raising our I'd like to be, are we writing a new script each week is original scripts on the site. On the dynamic site, there'll be a section to upload. And so you've got your own script and you upload it.
There's also a chatbot. It feeds into HubSpot. And, and so we will be tracking you clearly. Yeah, I want to 100 number for this. Well, while we do have it, we'll put a number in a chat bot on the site. I think it would be good. That's what you'd pay for that. That's great. So look, guys, this is already cost us 20 bucks.
That was great. And so
this screenplay, I love it.
I think it's a good demand. Yeah. And so we just need so from
He, JB, I'm gonna start working on the artwork now and get it all locked. Like, go now listening to this goes, actually no, it's gonna take four days. 1548 hours to get onto apple. Yeah. Don't do it yet. Mid next week it will be up. Yeah, mid mid this week. So depending on what's launching next week, yeah. And so format, okay, well, we can discuss format, maybe off here, but um, yeah, and also like, the most clearest format of any show that we
read through it. You do what type of raid does a guest bring in this screenplay? Maybe? Yeah, he's a big ask. It is
a guy switch in Queensland, the voiceover artist. I could ask him we could get Walt involved with it like a con. Yeah. Could we just download some screenplays are like a free screenplay.com I'm sure what you're saying. You're already outsourcing the screenplay.
Man here's the thing
what do you what what's your biggest what's the biggest challenge for you JB with this?
I mean, not just that he found out about it five minutes ago
fired up about I am fired up it's a good motivation it gets if it gets you riding then great. Yeah, I mean the thing is that means that we can't use this for weekend banter anymore. I know that
That's right. Same thing with drugs.
that's what I think who's got a
truck? Oh, yeah. I'd say yeah, might NBN go when you have it when you have a kettle with 400 bucks you better fucking hype. It sounds like a cherry picker. What's the dollar kettle? Let me guess wedding present. Well, we had money. We've been through the wedding. We build it. Yeah, we bought a reset KitchenAid KitchenAid. Like I only just worked it out. This is when when you know it delivers or you know you
dilemmas is when you work out three years and having it that you can hold the temperature of the water. So you can hold it. It just won't go. Who's just keeps coming out? I want to have a cup of tea at 80 Yeah, yeah, yeah that but then say or no and they go take a dump which takes me 45 minutes and I want to make sure that as soon as I get back to the shower
now that's just walking to the toilet. Just 40
to three hour process guys, and then I come back three hours later and it's still at it because what it does George drops to 75 got to get that back up to 80 for Tommy you know what he's like after he's done a shit
MD CMT I feel pretty very pretty depressed, broken up and pretty broken outside your brain she wouldn't allow me to get it and she had to say that because I can do what I want. I'm not sort of held hostage I can you know I can I can I could get this should be peace.
off, but I could get it. There's a there's a smart mug that I've been wanting to get.
You are a fucking smart, Lucky Look at that. It's called Ember EMB
and it's the world's first temperature controlled mug. Our look sick. And so travel mug. It plugs in via USB C. Yeah. And it's got like a plate like a heating plate. And so it will keep your drink at the perfect temperature at all times. Dude. It was like I get a coffee in the cafe. It's poured in. I said it's an app. Yep.
app. How good is that?
Dude, if he talked about this earlier, I would have bought it for your birthday tomorrow. Great idea is that but it's fucking it's not cheap. 170 Australian dollars is a lot for a mug. That's not what I'm looking at a different one. I'm looking at a $260
My that's the that's the channel one that's the travel travel mug. Just the Yeah, that looks cool. Would you get black or white? Right? Yeah, like oh well colour by white so that luckily that you know you like the darker shades baby it looks chic Dude, I'm I I don't like many gimmicks but
I mean yeah normally you have to instal another app on your phone you've just been trying to clean out that homepage for ages. You wouldn't Yeah. Mmm to replace it. Which one the lock? Yeah, man you think I would think app controlled hit? Yeah, I mean I didn't look into it enough. Let's say what the one star reviews are just to give us some.
You're gonna have to charge.
half hours. One star reviews on Amazon. Okay, here we go.
Failed within three months. So that's not good. She loves her new mug but unfortunately it started peeling inside like the photos in there.
views and other reviews okay yeah so it's it's got an issue very poor quality Ember apps app doesn't work that didn't last long. Wow. To spend so much for coffee mug to have it D laminate slash chip on the inside bottom after only four months really disappointing. Avoid gadget factor by a Yeti. Okay, what's a Yeti?
A kawaii ti does not charge long enough very disappointed I drink coffee throughout the morning with Ember. It loses the charge and
one thing I don't have to worry whether my coffee is charged or not.
Yeah, it's like my fucking Apple watch because I keep forgetting to fucking
have a coffee and it's not fucking charged.
Right for $10 the Mr. coffee mug warmer is much a much better product.
Also my non powered Yeti mug lasts way longer Okay, so the Yeti must be like a swell bottle. It is a Yeti Yeti is like a thermos cup. Yeah yeah. It doesn't have the appeal of a USBC right
and the Mr. coffee mug warmer looks real puv yeah though that that is essentially a hot you plug applied into your into your computer like that. Yeah, I'm worried it's gonna block I'm knocking into a can of drink a little I'm fucking burning myself on the how much fucking energy is that second laptop fucking dies because I've been trying to heat up the hoplite Yeah, to make an omelette on it probably. Looks great. Okay, so screen play Sunday. Every song gone. starting September 28. Put it in the calendar. It's gonna be it's gonna be great. Ryan Shelton Matt dia Vela with special
Your co host, Tony lodge joining us. Really episode one for episode. Great. Yeah, I want to emphasise obviously, I also thought What about like, people who write their scripts actually get on to call the What do
you call it? What do you what do you call it sitting like you reading the big tech the big print? Yeah. Is there a Is there a name for that person? The screenwriter. I sorry, that's what could they just call it isn't no sort of title outside of screenwriter or it's like a nice Ah, TJ where you gonna go along the lines of them recording it at home and then putting it into a soundboard and then playing it out? That's, there's something in that. Yeah, there's something in that blahdy blahdy. I did. It would be great if you could record if if you're writing a script to record yourself doing the screenplay name and all the interior stuff. And then george will sort all that as a great idea to the road caster and play it out.
On the show, there is something about celebrity guest also, like having the guests read the big print. Just to make it so more more sort of interactive. Hmm, I love this. I love that one too. So screenplay Sunday how many people so? May? j Bay? Yeah. How many? You got to J six Arkan six people you're gonna have six people in so many GB. Tara six, and then two guests and one other person who else
when you I'll jump in. Yeah. first episode. Yeah, bring a big
I'm still I'm too busy setting up that website that's taking,
you know, three hours to set up that dry reading you know
You're gonna want to run Chrome extension
does it have a shop integration because we need that right now?
WooCommerce plays we're quite by the script screenplay Sunday mugs that is a great script that's a great idea. Does BMC own every script that comes through absolutely don't want to get
on the phone
we get we've also Ronan do we get doing it run into write up our legal aliens brother is a you know is a lawyer. He's been on the show. What about
what can we give every single
every single person who
gets their screenplay, read out on screenplay Sunday, get something I haven't worked out what it is. Yeah, it gets a waiver form with complete handover rights.
It's not I mean, this could be either more what more work or less work I'm not sure we do.
A jack post for
Where every second week it's this the screenplay filmed and finished. Great when we're back in the office I think
okay, so it's a two week format with week one we run through the night now I've got this animation
I like four grand
I think that we could do now I think like wait to wake Sunday low barrier to entry
is fucking let's get it going. Yeah.
Okay. Don't get ahead of yourself George Jesus Christ.
All right. Yeah, that's it. That's it serves you know, that's a really good spective
Alrighty. Enjoy your Sunday screenplay Sunday. Really looking forward to it. It's a daily talk show. We'll see you tomorrow. Have a good one. See you guys.