#898 – Podcast Interviews/
- October 30, 2020
We chat about our Fat Fridays order, butterflies and podcast interviews, how to prepare for a podcast chat as a host, and we read out an email from Gronk Vicki.
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Our Fat Fridays order
- Butterflies and podcast interviews
- Preparing for podcast chats
- An email from Vicki
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The Daily Talk Show is an Australian talk show and daily podcast by Tommy Jackett and Josh Janssen. Tommy and Josh chat about life, creativity, business, and relationships — big questions and banter. Regularly visited by guests and gronks! If you watch the show or listen to the podcast, you’re part of the Gronk Squad.
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Josh Janssen: [00:00:00] It's the daily talk show episode 898,
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:08] happy fat, Friday Gronk. So what's happening. What's going on?
Josh Janssen: [00:00:12] Uh, you, uh, you told me that you wanted to, uh, wanted to try a specific beverage. Today, what is the beverage?
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:20] Um, I've gone against that because our initial conversation, it was the Berry blaster or some, some name from hungry jacks.
It was like these little balls that burst in your mouth. When you drink it, you said it looks like it looks like asthma. And, um, and so I've gone to.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:43] Oh, wow. It's a crispy, you've got a crispy cream cup and it's got a donut on top. Is that a I'm guessing it looks like it would be a cookies and cream sit show.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:54] Oh man, if you babe before. No, I
Josh Janssen: [00:00:56] just, I just know these things. Is that right? Yes, it is
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:59] cookies, cookies and cream thick shaking. And, um, it's got cream on the top.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:04] Did you go and get it or did you get it delivered?
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:08] I
Josh Janssen: [00:01:08] could have got to delimit.
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:10] Fuck I'm old school like that. Just drive down.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:12] Well, does, um, crispy cranes have a drive through in the one nibbling?
That was why I drive down.
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:19] It was very convenient. I reckon quick, probably quicker than the Uber driver. Cause I saw when I pulled up an Uber driver walking out, I had a 12 pack.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:28] Well, the thing is, I think that you would drive more because. You have a driveway. You do you have a driver? Yeah. It's in the, even though your new place,
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:38] like driveway, very easy.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:39] The thing, is that going down into the basement, getting the car, imagine if you had a car stack out, like are when bringing out we're looking at apartment car stackers were just a no go. Um, but I would like to think that if the car was in a more convenient position, if I was in the suburbs and the car was just sitting out, uh, in the, on the driveway or in the garage, I'd be way more likely.
So drive to crispy crane.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:07] Yeah. It's it is about the ease. I mean, just on the carport thing, the, um, the stacker thing, uh, What's even worse and apartment with a car lift that takes you down into a car park because that's what Leanne sugar and has
Josh Janssen: [00:02:22] Leon yet. She said, Liam, please land
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:25] Lillian. I said,
Josh Janssen: [00:02:27] Leon, it's really on really quickly Lynn.
Um, yeah, in a bit, I think that was, that's like a, is that not a car stacker? Is that different?
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:36] It's a car lift that takes you into a car park. I thought that's what he was in, I guess in takes him up. And then he drives out. Whereas I think a car stacker, you go in, it takes you, you either can let your car go.
Like you get out of your car, close it, and then press the button takes it. Whereas I think he's legit got a car lift that he. That it makes sense for places like imagine apartment box where you can't get a winding sort of like your one's gets real steep. It's real sort of fucking speeding tense.
Josh Janssen: [00:03:10] I know.
Anyway. So, uh, when you were talking about beverages, I went on to Uber rates typed in thick shake and two words thick. Space shake. I don't like milkshakes. I've got no time for milkshakes. And, um, the thick shake that I landed on was a thick shake from. Uh, Ben and Jerry's, uh, in the city on Flint, I think is Flinders straight or Flinders lane.
Um, however, so I ordered it, uh, well and truly before the show. So it arrived in time. I think, uh, it got picked up and then about five minutes into, or maybe even 10 minutes in to the ride, the ride, uh, canceled, uh, fallen off. Well, so this is, yeah, this is the thing. So I, I, uh, I straight away, went to the, the health and the wellbeing of the Uber eats delivery guy.
Sorry, I feel like this I'm an evolved human. Now. I feel like maybe three, four months ago, I would have been like, fuck. Yeah. Where is it? And I would have just tried to, I would have tried to find him on Facebook and message him and say, dude, what's up? Did you have my fist shake?
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:29] Just one word ombudsman.
Josh Janssen: [00:04:31] But so where I ended up thinking was I might, maybe there's a lot of tram tracks around here. Maybe he's gotten a wheel stacking, a tram track. So. Uh,
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:42] so what can you do? What can you, how much more can you follow up? Like once it's canceled any reason?
Josh Janssen: [00:04:47] So the only thing that it gave me the option is there was a help button and it was, and it said something like, have you been charged for this for a canceled order?
Because obviously we shouldn't be paying for it. Um, but I quickly went through. And rather than doing thick shake two words, I decided to do thick shake one word, just to see if there was other results. And I found somewhere closer that he's, um, a sort of a smaller establishment as well, support local.
Exactly. And so I ordered that straight away. I handed Bree the phone. Uh, it was, um, it had 15 minutes. To go, um, before it arrived here, when we started recording. So I'm hoping in the next 10 minutes guys stick around because you might get to say Josh Janssen, I can suck on a straw. Um, can you describe, uh, your thick shake?
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:42] Well, it's great. It's a, it's thick, it's first thing you want. And it's got, um, big bits of like Oreo it's everything
Josh Janssen: [00:05:52] sounds like it's giving you asthma, which only good things in life. Give you asthma.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:57] Oh my God. I, I see these things and I think. Fuck. I'd love to just get that like, and that's what this day is about fat Friday.
It's that thing that you don't normally go to. And this is definitely one that I wouldn't normally go to. Like I, um, Amy parked into the doctor's just near us and I waited and she just went in and had to hand it a blood sample. Anyway, she, I was at the entrance to the Krispy Kreme drive-through and it was like 1:00 PM.
And this young bloke was just. Just rocking up and he's just like, yeah, just a 12 pack of donut. I thought, fuck man, he's living the good life. It's like seeing a guy in a suit in the city at 3:00 PM just after work, you're leaving work or something. And you're just licking, licking a paddle pop. Or you got yourself a little Magnum.
Josh Janssen: [00:06:43] mate. Yeah. Live in the terrain. Well, I mean, that's what I respect with venture IP, uh, who they're our, um, our web hosts of choice. The, I don't know if you've seen, but in their office. They're always doing donuts. I've always got like donuts, just sitting there with hand standing next to it. Really?
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:03] Yeah. You got it these days.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:05] You do. I mean, I've got that
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:06] and I've got, um, this is the, uh, real estate agent that dropped off hand, sanitize it to the neighborhood,
Josh Janssen: [00:07:12] the gift that keeps on giving, but
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:14] he's always watching over me,
Josh Janssen: [00:07:16] the golf and Barry plant. That's hilarious. Um, I was, uh, I was thinking I was looking back at some of the footage.
And the snippets that mr. 97 created for, um, uh, the Seth garden episode.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:30] Yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:07:31] And I realized something that I didn't pick up on at the time. And that was, I think it was, I think that both of us. Well, my speaking to Seth, he is, he isn't a, you know, one of our heroes. So I think we're a little bit nervous were like there's no, no denying.
Would you, would you agree?
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:53] Well, it's like, we're silly and we like to be silly. And I like to think of that. Even when we are nervous, we bring some silly, fun cheekiness to an interview. Um, But definitely respect is, uh, do where, you know, respect is needed, where it's due. What's that saying? You just gotta give respect where it is.
Do you even Seth garden deserves our respect? I dunno if we swore do we swear in it?
Josh Janssen: [00:08:17] Well, we did in the, in the montage, but now things are a little bit different, right? Like it was the, we don't really have conversations before our guests, uh, normally, and you're like, Hey, it might have gone through, I've got a bunch of questions I've done.
Like just stuff that we normally. You know, we don't go to that amount of effort. Would you say?
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:37] Definitely. Well, yeah, I think, you know, when that, when it is time to do that, but in, but in, in fairness or just a thought is, I don't know if it necessarily. W is the better approach because maybe what you're referencing is what you get as a product of using that approach, or maybe not.
What was your thinking? Um, so you're saying, you know, like it seemed like were nervous. Is that what you're saying?
Josh Janssen: [00:09:06] Well, yeah, so I felt the, uh, maybe nerves is the wrong. Like it's just the butterflies, it's the extra anticipation. It's the heightened feeling. And, uh, when I was watching myself in the snippet, there was a specific snippet where my eyes rolled completely back, just like midway through a conversation.
Like I was thinking it was, it was when I asked, uh, uh, Seth, if he had abs and I just wrote, like, I'm just like, as I'm talking, my eyes are completely rolled in the back of my head, like trying to like, grasp, like if I made a bad decision. Um, but can you do it for me? Show me. It was like, I didn't remember that,
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:49] but I,
Josh Janssen: [00:09:50] did you remember it?
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:51] I re yeah, I have seen that bit now that you say it it's, it's very quick. And I, in my mind, I think it's like, you sort of searching for the word and then you go for it. Like, it's like, just me, you
Josh Janssen: [00:10:04] know, it's real searching, right? Like, don't you think that I even felt potentially like how we were sitting, everything was.
A little bit different, but what I liked about it is that, you know, we've, we've done, uh, you know, over 800 episodes and we still have the opportunity to grow and get better. And it shows how many you have to do before. You really get comfortable in every circumstance
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:35] 100%. Like if you want to create a podcast and have the biggest guest on first, good luck you shit
Josh Janssen: [00:10:42] yourself.
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:44] I've done two years of radio, five days a week, three hours a day. Like, and I I'm. Yeah, like you said, I'm fucking, still nervous going into a podcast. Cause then it's all different. And then. Well, I did feel more comfortable. It didn't feel like the first time we were sweating more, but it still feels like the, um, I guess it's what you do want when you're doing something
Josh Janssen: [00:11:05] intensity.
I think it's, it's, it's realizing and recognizing that you only have this small period of time. And I think that the other thing too is there's this 15 minutes at the start. Of every podcast and I don't, I haven't heard any podcaster work it out, but how do you get, how do you build the rhythm and sort of the cadence of the, of the style of show that you want?
Because I think that, like, when I, um, in the moment, one of the things I was feeling is that we were going to. Interview where you're questioning. Like it wasn't necessarily connecting, like our questions were a little bit detached from his answers potentially where normally we're very good at like, listening, thinking about the question and then responding.
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:55] Yeah. I guess you want to cover some ground. And so that way you do have themes because you see how you can go down a theme for the first 20 minutes. Like if you weren't wanting to sort of. Stack it and get the most out of it. And so. I mean, one of the, we don't edit this podcast. So then a friend of mine, I don't know.
I'm the saying friend of mine. Cause I don't know if you'd want me to say this, but he, um, he literally deletes the first 20 minutes of the, of what he's putting out
Josh Janssen: [00:12:29] there.
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:30] And so it's like, he's like, yeah, it's literally just this fluff rapport building at the start. And I don't care about it, but I just, I get them to be talking about exactly what they need, um, or, you know, getting them comfortable.
And then the gold comes. And so we're not, I don't know. I don't know the answer. I mean, the answer is to do a five-hour podcast and then just the F the first 20 minutes is actually really short in comparison. Eric Weinstein just put out a podcast at five and a half hours.
Josh Janssen: [00:12:59] Really? What is it about ridiculous,
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:02] the meaning of life, the fucking,
Josh Janssen: [00:13:04] the, uh, of time
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:06] concept of everything.
I don't know some fucking crazy podcasts, but, um, three hours, like. I mean, there's a lot of free hour podcasts these days. And so the longer, my point is the longer you do the, the sh the shorter, the first bit up front here in the scheme of things, or, you know, the re you know, there's more bulk end.
Josh Janssen: [00:13:24] I think that what I've, um, worked out that I want to do.
So I was thinking about growth, where, where I can grow. I'm not necessarily good at preparation. Oh, let's so I'm always preparing. I feel like my life and this is the excuse that I use. The excuse I use is like, Oh yeah, I'm hiding. I'm hiding. I'm definitely hiding. Now the excuse I use is that I'm constantly analyzing and thinking about, Oh, here we go.
We have the thick shake. We have the thick, it was very quick. Thanks bruiser. If, um, if you can,
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:58] if you can get that upside down and it not come out, I'll do something crazy. Cause that's a big shake. You know, you can get something called a, a mud shake. No cement.
Josh Janssen: [00:14:12] I think I did one of them this morning.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:14] Cement,
Josh Janssen: [00:14:16] hang on, hang on. It's just, it's all a bit stuck in.
This is a nightmare.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:26] Oh, it's because you tried to take it out of the little holes.
Josh Janssen: [00:14:30] Okay. Okay. Here we go. All right. So I've got to get the glad wrap off. First impressions is it feels a bit Milky.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:38] Yeah. Well, you know, Josh, mine has become Milky. It was very thick, but it becomes Milky.
Josh Janssen: [00:14:44] Can I sh I'll show you the color and you tell me what the flavor you think is.
Yeah. Oh, good game. It's not, uh, it's not horse related, like last time. Hello. All right, hang on.
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:56] Just a lot of 50 bits. I mean, I just grabbed mine off the girl and sipped it.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:00] The whole thing. This is what, this is the one thing with delivery, especially liquid stuff. Like does you, you get upset if it, if it goes everywhere.
Okay. Nearly done
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:08] or you can, there'll be a large portion. Of people, even that, you know, that have never had anything liquid delivered, meaning like a coffee or a smoothie actually delivered through the right.
Josh Janssen: [00:15:22] Yeah. It's no, it's no, no, it's just a straw. Uh, no, I, um, I agree. I wouldn't, I wouldn't go liquid.
You've seen 'em at a coffee delivered. All right. What do you think the flavor is?
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:36] Oh, it's okay. Um, salted caramel,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:38] not nailed it. Okay. Let me
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:39] try it. And it's that bottom bit. It's that sort of caramel down the bottom vanilla looking
Josh Janssen: [00:15:46] short
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:47] stories thin and you got it up quite quickly. No,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:53] I didn't order a began, but that's what I've got.
What is it with places? What is it with places? I don't think there's any ice cream in it
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:07] and you know what a guy had to die for that.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:11] No, he died for the other one. Yeah, I know. But it's always a process
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:14] just to get us a thick shake today, an individual had to lose his life.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:20] I know, but the, um,
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:23] uh, the preparation
Josh Janssen: [00:16:25] preparation. So yeah, I was thinking about preparation. I hide behind this idea that I'm always preparing or always researching, talked about the second brain stuff I need to get better.
This is specifically on the Seth episode. I identified the, the issues within, I think, at the start. So, uh, I woke up early to get that montage together services did a great job of grabbing, you know, 10 minutes of content. And then I just whittled it down in the morning, but I was doing that was my focus beforehand.
So I was like editing and putting it all together. The thing that I didn't have, which I think every podcaster should do is what is the first question was what is the first question that it, um, I think that there could be something great about, uh, you know, the book or something like that. Just up the front, it's an easy win, but it's very clear.
It's very short and it gets to them. Talking the guests talking. What do you think?
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:36] I think it's a good strategy. I think, make sure you have the fucking second question also
Josh Janssen: [00:17:42] because it might be fall flat. That's the first one little bit. I think so the part of the paralysis, or if I think about the, the stresses of the whole thing, you're playing this video, you're like, there's all these things happening.
There's but you just need the kickoff because the thing is like, it's, it's, we've got so many dots that we can connect. And I think that we're good at connecting dots, but finding the very first dot. So I knew that I wanted to like that whole abs thing. I knew that I wanted to ask them at the abs or the ultimate Frisbee or, you know, you know, you wanted to ask him about the napping thing.
Maybe it's too absurd to ask that as the first. Question two silly or maybe it just feels like you want to give a sense of respect at the start or sort of it's a little bit performative. It's like, okay. I'm, uh, I'm being the interview at this interview at the start. And then we start to derail it and turn it into what I think is what makes a daily talk show.
Tommy Jackett: [00:18:51] I think you're also talking about. Something that has to play out perfectly because if you don't need it and you want it to hit from start to finish, there's no room for error at that point. Like you can stuff up away, you articulate something. Or, but in saying that it's like having your first question is easy.
A good fix. It's have, have a first question. If you've got no fucking questions. No,
Josh Janssen: [00:19:20] this is, this is the whole thing, but this is my point. I think that it's a trap to be like you have, so it, because it becomes analysis paralysis. It's like, did you narrow it down?
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:32] No.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:32] Well, I had them I'd written them down, but they weren't sort of in an accessible sort of format.
So I think that, yeah, potentially I think the writing down stuff, but also, um, The taking off the, you know, the job of having to work out, what you're going to ask. Um, I think is a, is a great thing just to, to free up. The mind.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:02] Yeah. And so I was thinking about the first time we chatted to him, it was in person, it was in his office.
We didn't have any paper in front of us and we nailed it.
Josh Janssen: [00:20:12] Yeah. And I think that each, like, there was nothing wrong with that.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:16] The chat nice messages saying love. Loved it.
Josh Janssen: [00:20:20] Love Seth. Yeah. But I think that I'm always like, don't you feel like for me, I'm like, okay, How did you feel, were there any changes that you would make, or did you think it was flawless?
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:34] I didn't never think anything's flawless. I would, I even just referencing that first chat with him, it was like, it just went and it went, went well and yeah, feel the experience. I was quite high after like I'd, you know, FA I felt quite. On a high after putting that energy into it. I think that's like, w w what that reward is sometimes when you do something yeah.
You know, you're anticipating it or whatever it be. And then you're like, I was reading his books. I'm kind of like constantly thinking about him and his book and what he's thinking about, what I'm thinking about. Then I listen to other people's podcasts. I'm like, well, that, wasn't that impressive. That's what I do.
I'm like, I must've built it in my head that I was, I has to, it has to be some perfect thing. I'm like, everyone's just being a version of themselves. And so I think it's a win-win you can be yourself asking the abs question. Awesome. Because it is on our brand, but you're also, but you also ask awesome questions on top of that.
Josh Janssen: [00:21:38] Yeah, I think it's just around like, so there's a, there's a few structural things that I think. Can be I can improve on and that it's even the end. I don't think there's many people that finish a podcast. Well, you listened to Tim Ferris and it's a fumble every time. It's like a, it's like, ah, thank you. You know?
Yeah. Like I'm the same. I think it is a, it's a hard thing for anyone to nail.
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:06] Tommy finishes it. Well, we probably can't go any longer. Uh, thanks for joining us.
Josh Janssen: [00:22:11] And it's working out. What do you say? And so having those clear dot points or they clear out as well. Um, but yeah, I just think it was just that it was interesting where I'm like, Oh, you know what?
This is, there's the riding, the wave, which is this certain podcasts where when you do them, You only ever get good feedback. So for instance, Hamish spike is one of them. Any time I've ever spoken to Hamish, Hamish, I always get people writing to me. Do I think that I do a better job now? I actually, and I think it's the same thing with Seth.
I think that there's been times where we've done really great conversations with people, but you don't hear a hear a word. And so yeah, I find it. The these bigger conversations are a great one to, uh, dissect a little bit because they're the high pressure. So you can look at the high pressure thing. And I think it plays a little bit into, uh, being a good MC I don't necessarily think I'm a good master of ceremonies or whatever.
And I'd like to get better on that,
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:27] which I mean, is that true? Based on.
Josh Janssen: [00:23:32] I don't want to do it, but I want to get better at it. So this is a thing, right? Like you need to, you
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:37] want to be, I don't want to cast my cast, my line into the water. You can't, you can't be a good master of ceremonies without doing master of ceremonies.
Josh Janssen: [00:23:46] No, no, no, you can. No, that's not. No, that's not what I'm saying. You can, I can not like it. But you do it because you know that it's going to give you something else. And so the thing is by being good at master of ceremonies, that means that you're able to communicate very clearly.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:06] Um, I get you.
Josh Janssen: [00:24:08] Yeah. It's it's like anchor, like how do you be a great anchor?
And I think that that's, and like, I don't necessarily think, I think that it comes off. All right. Like it comes up, like, I remember him saying. A WordPress Melbourne event in like 2000. And when was it? 2012 or two? Yeah, I think it was around then. And all I would do is go up and I'd say, hi, the next person speaking is blah, blah, blah.
Give them a round of applause. Um, yeah, I just think it's an interesting skill where if I think about all of the episodes that we've done, what do we need to do to get better? At, at the specific thing that's required in sort of hosting in that sort of format.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:56] Yeah. I mean, have you watched, um, David Letterman?
He he's the third season. Yeah, he's got like Lizzo Kim Kardashian, Dave Chappelle, um, Robert Downey jr. It's awesome. Majority of them, uh, filmed once COVID hit. And so, you know, there's no audience for the Lizzo one. Well, the ship, I don't know if the Chappelle one, um, Robert Downey jr. There was an audience, but it was like, it tells you upfront
Josh Janssen: [00:25:28] it wasn't
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:30] Chappelle Dave Chappelle.
Um, but I th I think, yeah, there's so many things at play it. Like I don't necessarily get around Dave Chappelle. I get around the guests that are on his show. I like to, I kind of, um, becoming more appreciative of his kind of. We quirkiness awkwardness. That is, what about, talking about that. He's David Letterman.
It's people love him though. People idolize him as an interviewer though. I know he's amazing. Like fucking I'm a loser, but
Josh Janssen: [00:26:06] also I get the, so he, like, he is a specific. Style that worked in a specific moment, but I think that it doesn't necessarily, I think that the, um, sort of idolization of some of these people is maybe over baked.
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:27] Like I don't as well, I'm saying is what you're talking about. I don't have anyone in my mind that I appreciate for having front nail then nailed, like in terms of listening, like some Sama clunky, some are w like, I don't know how much of a scale, like I think there's tools and tactics to, you know, I I'm yourself with it will make it feel better on your side, on my side.
And, but then there's the experience of humans. So when you do have someone a bit quirky in your studio that you've never met, like, that's a weird thing. If you don't actually know somebody. What kind of enough, Seth knows who were here. He's just been on our show twice and a million others, and he's written and he's, mind's consumed with everything he's doing,
Josh Janssen: [00:27:16] I guess.
He's, I feel like we are quite good at some form of improvisation or working on the spot on something. Um, and so I just think that there's a, there's another structure which may be. We can develop it's even as we do more ad rates, I think that's where I notice it too, where you have. Uh, you've just got to re disseminate some information, but you want it to feel natural.
I think that that's a real skill
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:48] thousand thousand hours is real and, Oh, sorry, 10,000 hours,
Josh Janssen: [00:27:51] but yeah, just cut up 1010%. Um, we, we got some emails real.
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:56] Yeah. Yeah. We've got so many emails. Um, Josh, the way you opened that Seth Godin pocket and I'm Jackie, Jackie, this is from Vicky London. She's lovely. She said I wanted to take a minute to tell you all something the first.
Of April the U S went into lockdown. I was unable to work and life just sucks all around. I think she lives in Florida one day while scrolling YouTube. I found these funny talking Australians love the accents. Oh, I was this funny lady saying real men. Need
Josh Janssen: [00:28:27] ass,
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:28] anyone
Josh Janssen: [00:28:29] guess who? That is? Totally spot. Who the funny boys.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:32] Funny boys not being ha ha funny. This may be laugh so hard for the first time in days and led me on a journey that has changed my life. I began listening to your podcast daily and in fact went back in the next month or so and watched episodes 600, like up until 600 to present, plus numerous others that caught my eye.
So all the video ones.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:55] That's so impressive.
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:56] 200 and something upwards. That's
Josh Janssen: [00:28:59] that's a long to VQ. That's very impressive. So, what did you use from Florida?
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:04] Oh, no, sorry, sorry. 600 to now. Six, seven, eight. Wow. Nearly 300 apps. It's Epic. Yeah. Vicky's from Florida. I'm I am, I'm not overwhelmed. I'm overwhelmed in a fantastic way with too much tally.
One trick Toni Humpday replay. She gets around at all.
Josh Janssen: [00:29:20] What about screenplay Sunday? You mentioned wait
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:22] for it for us much awful shit in the U S right now, from the election to the wildfires and racial tension, your gang quotation marks has brought me nothing but laughter and pleasure, which I so desperately needed.
I smile when the phone dings to notify me of the podcast. Can she help Jess
Josh Janssen: [00:29:42] get notifications? Definitely.
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:44] And I stopped what I'm doing and laugh. Sorry, this is a long, this is long, but I'm hoping you'll share it with the gang so that when I have times that I wonder why do we, why when they have times when they wonder, why do we do this very turf Vicky?
Um, you will hopefully think of this email and you've done and what you've done for a crazy lady in Lake city, Florida. Um, can't thank you enough for the fun you've brought into my life and also. I absolutely love screenplay Sunday,
Josh Janssen: [00:30:15] sign off a real, real Manet to us. Um, thank you, Vicky. Uh, it's a daily talk show.
My name's Josh Janssen. That's Tommy jacket over there. Hope you've had a fantastic Friday. Make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast app. We're also on YouTube as well. Otherwise we'll see you tomorrow. Have a good one. Thank you, CMC. Josh. Thank you guys.