#939 – The Next Social Network/
- January 18, 2021
We chat about Josh cleaning the BBQ, Tommy’s coldsore, indoor swimming pools and the new social media app Clubhouse!
On today’s episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss:
- Small wins
- Morning gym routine
- Indoor pools
- Dave Portnoy’s #barstoolfund
- Gronk interactions
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[00:00:00] Tommy Jackett: [00:00:00] Very low barrier to get into the ground squad.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:07] We've committed to do the daily talk show for 10 years. I had guys put it
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:11] in the calendar.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:12] Just like to check the temperature in the room. I told you my squeegee
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:16] story.
Josh Janssen: [00:00:19] It's the daily talk show episode 939.
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:23] What is happening? What is going on? Groks. Uh, Josh, who's watched more, who's watched our intro more you or Bodie who is obsessed with hearing himself? Say
Josh Janssen: [00:00:38] I did watch it a lot. Yeah. And, uh, it's I think it's a catchy tune. It
Tommy Jackett: [00:00:43] is. It's catchy. It's uh, it's new. It's fresh.
It's leading us towards the one thousands back that's soon. That's so, um, weekend, couple of small wins. Any small wins for you. Uh, cleaned the barbecue. Yeah. Took three hours. I mean, [00:01:00] you messaged me about it. And so, you know, I'm proud.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:02] You wouldn't have,
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:04] you only do it to tell babe, but that's why we've got the small wins segment.
It's not even a segment, but now it's a segment where you it's because you bring in to the office. So. Uh, the barbecue now is going to make its way onto our balcony, which is, which is great. We need one, we're talking about it and you've, you've, you're happy to hand over yours as a rental. Um, hoping that it gets broken, we repair where you have to replace it.
Josh Janssen: [00:01:27] Well, it's a way, so it's a web of family cue. It's perfect. No, it sounds like you say Weber Weber, like yeah. It's meant to be rubber or something. So it's a Weber and, uh, I was thinking we could do breakfasts like bacon and eggs,
Tommy Jackett: [00:01:41] things like that. Well, I got in there this morning to the office and George sort of said that Josh is going to be cooking breakfast and immediately I'm thinking, Oh, we're not starting work until 11:00 AM.
Every like, and George said that you said three days a week, you're like, let's start sort of
Josh Janssen: [00:01:57] small 3d Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Well, my [00:02:00] point was that when I was growing up, there was a whole thing at school where if he got to school early, You got breakfast because there was a whole thing about kids not eating breakfast.
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:11] I mean, or it was the, um, kids, parents who, you know, worked 90 hour weeks and had to drop their kid off at 7:00 AM. And then kids are like, I need breakfast. I come in and feel a bit, I feel a bit like that when I dropped Bodhi off early on that I'm that guy on. But, I mean, this is what you're paying for.
Right? You want to, it's like staying at a hotel with a buffet. You fucking get down there early. Like you should, the buffet daycare I want to make use of their services. Do they
Josh Janssen: [00:02:36] give you, like, do they give Bodhi a certain meal when he gets there? Well, I mean,
Tommy Jackett: [00:02:41] if. Yes, you can, you can ask and, um, and they'll give him Weet-Bix or toast or something, but I like to feed him before he goes, um, small for me, mate.
Uh, I had a cold sore coming on. Fucking took a few fam veer. Okay. Yeah. Which is three tablets that nip it in the butt [00:03:00] and didn't get it. I mean, it's kind of there, but it's in the bud, in the bud. In the lip, nip it in the
Josh Janssen: [00:03:06] So it was going to be in
Tommy Jackett: [00:03:07] the lip, the bottom, middle, bottom, middle it was coming on.
And, um, I mean, I literally didn't have them for eight years. I was counting over the weekend with emails. Like she, she not before, like before her. And then, and then, um, what do you think it is? Are I have started going to the gym at like 5:00 AM and last week maybe I had a big night out. Probably two weeks ago.
And then we started back at work last week, and then I was still getting out like a bit tired, but just like that shift of going, pushing your body so you can get them from just being rundown. But I got to the chemist as it opened on Saturday morning. Got it. Took the three tablets, fucking nip it in the lip.
Josh Janssen: [00:03:52] Well, the, um, the 5:00 AM gym thing. Mm. It feels like it's 20, 21 the start of the year. [00:04:00] I feel like it's so easy to fall into the trap of setting up things that you're going to do, because you're like, Oh, I've, I've actually got more capacity. Now I can do stuff that you forget that you're not at work. You
Tommy Jackett: [00:04:12] don't have it.
You're saying you've got less on. So you, you feel like you can, you're taking on more personal shit. And then you're like, and then it all sort of comes to a head. I have to, I have to get out. The problem is, so if I get to the gym at five 15, so five, 10, I get up at five and then I'm there and I get home around six and then I've got another hour to get Pret bodies' food, my food, Amy, you know, all of that, get dressed.
It just, it, yeah, meditate. It's like, there's this extra hour, but I can't do it every morning. I think I'd be too exhausted. Yeah. And so anyway, that's, um, That's a small win, but we went to the, we went to the pool over the weekend. Like I got in the shower this morning. When you went to the pool on Sunday, indoor [00:05:00] outdoor indoor has never been there before the new one.
No dude. $17 80 for two people. And
Josh Janssen: [00:05:09] if is that normal? So I just, I feel like back in the day it was like a gold coin.
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:14] I remember I remember $4 to get into the cornfield field pool as a kid that was sick. Um, and then you'd spend more on hot chips, but yeah, so $8 at the other place where we go. And so this is a bit more, this is like, yeah.
Eight something. Okay. It's an hour
Josh Janssen: [00:05:31] long. So if you're going there. Can you become a member of the gym or something and get it cheaper accident. I
Tommy Jackett: [00:05:37] don't want to go there it's too far. And, um, but I like, I stunk like chlorine today, even though I'd washed after the pool. It's just the thing about going to the pool with a kid.
I mean, when was the last time you actually went to a pool? I mean, I can't even remember the last time I went to a pool, just for the sake of it by myself, living in ship, there was an aquatic center that was [00:06:00] attached to the gym. Like it was a part of it. And so I'd use the spa, but other than that,
Josh Janssen: [00:06:05] do they have like play areas?
Like I remember, Oh, wait, Paul's in Dan genome. And they had these big blue mats that you could sort of lie on and it would always give me the craziest rash. On my chest. Why? I think it like, like, I must've been some sort of synthetic like rubbery thing. It was just like, you knew that you'd had a good day at the pools because your tits are on the fire little man
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:34] boobs on sire.
Was it, was it just friction rash? Because when you say rash, it's like, .
Josh Janssen: [00:06:44] I'm a sensitive guy. I do have sensitive skin. So even I've tried, I've had like a face or like face oils and stuff like that. Some of it gives me a little tingle
Tommy Jackett: [00:06:54] on the face. Maybe it was the chlorine. That'd be, I mean, that's what you're going to be
Josh Janssen: [00:06:59] talking about.
[00:07:00] Talking chemicals and skin and stuff. When I was doing the oven, sorry, the barbecue. I was using oven cleaner.
Tommy Jackett: [00:07:07] What is
Josh Janssen: [00:07:08] it's I don't know, but you read the back of it and it's like, do you knock it on the skin wear like big gloves? And so it's so like, I understand from brace perspective that it seems like the barrier is so high because I'm like, okay, I need a lot, like if we got gloves, Have we got, and you can create the story of like, I know why I don't do any of this because it's like, we don't have the gear.
And so, um, Bri went to the shops and got like big gloves and be like a metal sort of scour, he sort of thing with welding gloves. Like, yeah, well, I wanted that, but the thing was that I, um, I'd built up such a story that I was going to end up in hospital from using this chemical that I had Bray basically on standby, the whole three hours of me doing the barbecue any time, like I was wearing my Crocs absolute nightmare, because I'm [00:08:00] spraying the spray.
I've got mask on, I've got gloves. I could feel it going onto my fate. And so I was thinking like, I'm going to forget about it. Three hours later, I'm going to have a fucking holes in my feet.
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:11] Have you seen the photo of a guy who's obviously been out in the sun in these Crocs? I don't know. It's I mean, it's like
Josh Janssen: [00:08:19] it's old school, isn't it?
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:20] Yeah, it was when crux first came out, but it was like, The hot spots of
Josh Janssen: [00:08:25] sunburn. And so when did you get to the pool?
Tommy Jackett: [00:08:29] Yesterday? Sunday, probably around 10:00 AM. And the thing about going to a pool where there's, you just know it's like you're going there because you've got a kid and there's hundreds of other kids there.
I mean, there wasn't this pool, wasn't that busy, but you've just. Resided to the fact that you're swimming in children's peers. Like you see Bodhi and you see him, he's just like playing. And then like, you seem stop. I say you pissing and he just
Josh Janssen: [00:08:58] smile. Well, that [00:09:00] meat. And so what would you, would you want him to get out or you just, I can imagine you are the parent who like, you want to know if he's pissing just out of curiosity, but you're not going to stop him.
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:11] No. So if you think about it a lot, you can gross this out, but when you realize how much chemical, like I put money on the Klorane winning over, you know, the fight between the bacteria, bacteria in the pool versus the chlorine. Yeah. Like it is a cesspool.
Josh Janssen: [00:09:31] It's why you've got your lip issue. Seriously. Now
Tommy Jackett: [00:09:33] you don't can't tie.
I don't have Pinker. Okay. Now I've done it. A pink guy. I saw a kid at the other swimming pool. We went to. Just stand. So there's like a picture, like a, a park with the equipment, but it's a wet. And so there's like, the slide is a water slide. It's like, it's like an adventure playground area, sort of an inflated one, not inflated.
It's actually hard. And so, but there's canons of water. Some kid [00:10:00] just pants down, pissing on the ground and not good. And at that moment, the mom's looking at me. So I'm there. Up on the top spray with the
Josh Janssen: [00:10:09] Canon. When he,
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:11] when he left, I'm like this can sort that out, use the Canon to spray and I hosed down his peers.
Josh Janssen: [00:10:17] And so how long were you at the pool for?
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:20] Um, Oh, we go for like an hour, probably
Josh Janssen: [00:10:23] 8,000 for an hour. Okay. Do you feel like you need a good state? It's like when you get a good car park, During sort of Christmas at the shopping center, you're like, I've actually got to stay here just because I've got the rockstar pond.
Tommy Jackett: [00:10:36] I want to get my use out of it, but we so get this. What would you do? We, we went in there's a kids there. Yeah. That was full of keys. And I was like, nah. And then there's the adult pool that has an area to be able to have your kid, but it's like the pool that goes shallow to deep. Whereas the kids pools stay the same diving board, no diving board, but they closed the kid's pool.
And at that moment, the kids pools [00:11:00] the warm one, the area, which is probably just from the basis that the adults Paul is the cooler. Yeah. It's like body temperature and. Uh, they closed off the kids. One I'm thinking immediately, like it's, it's probably how you feel. If you ever get a dad, Uber eats order. Uh, I want my money back.
I definitely have clothes. The kids bought all my money. I want my money back. Yeah, that's fair. And I, and I thought about it and I had this same last week with an Uber eats order. I was like, didn't get one thing. I was like, well, my money back, such a problem. I think it's such a problem in. My shelf. I won't talk for anyone else.
Like I, that it can ruin my experience of whatever I was wanting to do the food, the pool. If I start just like thinking about it
Josh Janssen: [00:11:47] so much, I go
Tommy Jackett: [00:11:48] to, I go to it because
Josh Janssen: [00:11:49] instantly gratitude is the thing that helps, whatever that state is, is the opposite of gratitude. Right? It's like, you've fucked my experience.
And it's like, This is actually way worse [00:12:00] than what I think it is. This is, this has ruined bodies' day. It's my day. You know what? I don't want his money back. I want fucking money for the petrol. Literally.
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:10] I want it. Okay. I want to attend 10, 10 free passes, but it is it's. I caught myself in that moment where I'm knocking, I had to drop it, which I guess is like half the, if you can use those moments as the trigger point of like, whenever that happens, It's like, well, you know, they're a small business doing hard, doing it hard.
Paul's all closed. Let's do
Josh Janssen: [00:12:32] a small business. What do you reckon it would cost to start a pool?
Tommy Jackett: [00:12:35] Fuck. It would be, I mean, they mentioned the insurance, this one where you go to, what do you think watermark? The joint would be worth fucking $10 million. But then I was just thinking about the cost to run that joint it's got.
Yeah. It's like you just hear it. It's just noise. Think about all the electricity and the power. It's. A lot of money, but there's smaller pools. Like the one we went, maybe the
Josh Janssen: [00:12:59] council ran. [00:13:00] That's what I thought. Uh, I would assume that they're sort of supported because you need to, or that'd be getting a lot of cash from schools to like the swimming programs and stuff.
You'd think as well. Oh, a hundred
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:11] percent. The, um, I tell you what, uh, speaking of small business, I didn't think Dave Portnoy, do you know Dave from, um, owns Barstool sports? Or did you have, I mean, he sounded president a, yeah. I didn't think he could make me cry, but he did really?
Josh Janssen: [00:13:27] Yeah, it was. I just, I saw the headline.
There's something, um, it is nice, you know, when, when people are doing good things, but the filming of it. I haven't struggled with any sort of, um, it's very popular in radio. It's like, like I way going to give back to the community and it is a feel good. Maybe there's something wrong with me, but I can't listen to whatever's happening when it's people being nice.
Tommy Jackett: [00:13:53] Australia, we we've had job caper, a bunch of government support during COVID America have not liked the businesses, [00:14:00] the restaurants. I think about New York has shut down three or four times, you know, crazy. Dave is worth a hundred million dollars and he came forward and said, Oh, look, I'm going to put forward this, you know, two, 3 million bucks or whatever it was, um, who wants to match me?
You know, it's like rich people do this. Who's going to match me. Half of it is them flexing. I'll put forward this, you match this. And so celebrities just have a, you know, a circle jerk of who's putting more money in, but it is a good thing, right? And so he started something called Bastl fund or something.
Anyway, it's a 20 it's currently got $25 million and they're doing what. Basically job keeper did they're paying month monthly to these businesses that, um, put forward and, you know, put, you know, lay out their case where a small, you know, margarita shop that's fucking doing really
Josh Janssen: [00:14:54] hard pizza migrators or like
Tommy Jackett: [00:14:56] Mexican, like a Mexican, some, one place was called [00:15:00] something margarita it'd been around for 50 years and this family owned it and they were struggling.
And so anyway, he was doing FaceTime calls with these people. And just like telling them he's crying, they're crying. I'm fucking, just, I don't know, a small business owner. I'm just like, Oh, these people absolutely love this. You know, it was,
Josh Janssen: [00:15:20] did you say Ryan holiday, um, who, uh, re writes all the books on stoicism and stuff go, is the enemy.
Yeah, the obstacle is the way the daily stoic, all of that stuff. He, um, yeah. He heard of a story of a guy who was paying people's, uh, electricity bills. And so you can actually contact the electricity company and say, Hey, I want to give some money towards people's bills for people who are about to lose their power.
But isn't that correct? Like it's, it's a pretty fucked up situation where it's requiring individuals to do that. Well, that's
Tommy Jackett: [00:15:56] the problem. That's like, They still relying so [00:16:00] much on the $600 a government check that's being sent to Americans. I haven't got what Australia has. It's the population is so huge.
And so, I don't know. I mean, there's plenty of rich people, so it's, you know, it's worth it.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:16] Um, social media, you've been sort of taking a break,
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:20] why I took off from the, um, From the, what do you call it? Uh, January one. That's it. First day of the year took off January one until probably the eighth. And I didn't open the app.
Josh Janssen: [00:16:32] Have you heard of clubhouse?
Tommy Jackett: [00:16:34] Oh, you texted me. Well, you didn't personally. It came from me your, well it, did it come from the platform or you, I think it did come from here. I didn't get back to it. Sorry about that clubhouse. It says, Hey, Tommy. Is this your, is this you writing this page? I'll have an invite to clubhouse and want you to join.
Fuck your computer. I added you using blah, blah, blah. Your number two, make sure that you use that [00:17:00] number when you register. It's actually a condom message. You'd ride. You would actually
Josh Janssen: [00:17:04] rock actions. Yeah. So if you, if I fucked that up, Yeah, I'll be pissed off. Yeah, definitely. Uh, have you, um, have you heard of clubhouse?
Tommy Jackett: [00:17:12] Never heard of clubhouse and I forgot to click on it. Yeah, but I will click on it. I, it just will say on the social media thing, I think I need to, if I actually am going to do any posting, it has to be during the week. Cause then you see how like on the weekend, it's just like I could be in the middle of something and then get pulled one way.
Josh Janssen: [00:17:29] is what's good about not doing weekend banter now is not having that. Publishing schedule yeah. On the weekend. But so clubhouse is perfect. I don't think you're going to be able to get in now because George took your invite. What? Yeah. So the, so clubhouse is how do you describe it? So it's an audio only social network.
Okay. There's rooms, but don't think about it. Like chat, like ICQ chat rooms, sort of things they're [00:18:00] like, um, Uh, they've got a little bit more structure to them. So when you go into the app, it's iOS only it's invite only. So it's an exclusive, like associate here on the show. Uh, and you have moderators and people speaking.
So it's like people are talking, they unmute themselves and talk, and then you have like an audience. The audience can raise their hand to ask questions. It's almost like a webinar. Solution, but it's consumer sort of, it's a consumer app. Okay. Anyway, what's cool about it is it means you could do podcasts live.
You can have the grown folks listening in, um, and you, you can follow, you can get notified when a room starts, but then you can, if the people you follow, you can see what rooms they're in. So I could go into the app and I follow a bunch of people and it will say, Oh, this person is in this room and it can show whether they're speaking or [00:19:00] just watching.
And so there's, there's all different rooms, like a podcasting, like, like, or how to, how to have a successful YouTube channel, all of these different things. And you go on there and you can watch people speak, do live
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:12] content. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. What do you think? I mean, I mean, it needs the. Needs the users on it.
And so it's gone, it's gone, like trying to create any app it's like users having this
Josh Janssen: [00:19:27] has gone design guy steam now, like this is super popular because we become a massive thing. Is that my picture?
Tommy Jackett: [00:19:34] It says you were Joshua's friend. Yeah, it's true. So you can, let's set up your profile in port, from Twitter, all that stuff.
Josh Janssen: [00:19:40] And so, so, and so what's cool about it is it reminds me a little bit of, um, So it sort of reminds me of what you would think South by Southwest would be if it was fully virtual. So it's got that conference vibe because people are talking about their expertise. And so if you're [00:20:00] interested in, um, Cryptocurrency, there'll be cryptocurrency experts talking and, and, um, you can, it's, it's really good.
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:09] And so do people make money on it? How has it
Josh Janssen: [00:20:12] also, yeah, monetize that , isn't really a thing yet,
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:15] but people creators are on there just putting out content, like, so it started
Josh Janssen: [00:20:20] with the media and it started at the start of 2020. But it's taken sort of a year to take off, but now it's really like become popular and they had a function.
So you could record, apparently they got rid of that, but they're going to bring that back. So potential board, your own messages? No. So know, so like you can record the session arc and then put it out as a
Tommy Jackett: [00:20:41] podcast. Oh yeah. And so who, who of note, how did you hear about
Josh Janssen: [00:20:46] this? Who's who did I. Uh, so my mate, Lucy green, um, from the home body club, she was the one that gave me like, so I, uh, signed up and then you basically can get the username now, but you can't access it.
[00:21:00] And then Lucy sor gets a notification saying, Josh Janssen's in the waiting, like in the line. And so she could bring me in early. And so she let me in the app yes. To completely use it, but like a bunch of YouTube offers. Mr based is on there. Um, Logan Paul's on there. Yeah.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:18] Uh, I mean w how many apps have we had a go at?
Josh Janssen: [00:21:23] this is interesting. So it doesn't have a brand. You don't have like brand accounts. They're all individuals. And so what I think will be interesting is you would have a club so you can follow all these different clubs. So I'm like following travel clubs and video production clubs. And when they go live or when their rooms open, I get notified.
And then if my friends are in different rooms, I get notified. Tony Robbins is on there. Um, yeah. Um, ward Garrish, uh, radio presenter who moved to LA she's on there. She does all like deep content.
Tommy Jackett: [00:21:58] It's crazy. Can you with other [00:22:00] people in the club or you're watching someone present? And so it's
Josh Janssen: [00:22:04] not like presenting it's, there's multiple speakers at one time, but a moderator sets it.
And so it's got that vibe of like a, um, reminds me of a panel at a conference, which can be awkward. It can be a little bit of silence.
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:20] Don't have to be at the
Josh Janssen: [00:22:20] conference and you can minimize it. So you don't have to be in the app the whole time. So it's great. From an audio perspective, apparently Lucy told me one thing she doesn't like is they can.
S, uh, a speaker or like moderator could select you out of the crowd. Hi. What are you thinking? Unmute? You
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:38] it's like going to the circus and getting picked yes. In front of Tony. It's come down. Elephant jump you. Yeah. No, thank you. Yeah. And so
Josh Janssen: [00:22:46] what you want to see, what do you want to do now? I just, I think it's a fun thing to explore.
I can, uh, Eric Weinstein's on there. Like there's a bunch of those like thought, thought leadery types.
Tommy Jackett: [00:22:59] If I don't get my [00:23:00] username, I'm not getting in. Yeah, you're in,
Josh Janssen: [00:23:03] I mean, free to welcome Tommy jacket, they signed up for clubhouse would love for you to walk the walk them. Oh, is this a
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:10] let's? Oh, so you can see who add of your friends.
Have it, George Martin's. Got it.
Josh Janssen: [00:23:15] Yeah. And so that was the thing, the on George, cause I set him up. I sent him an invite yesterday. Candy Hertz has it? Yep.
Tommy Jackett: [00:23:23] Jack Delosa you see? Like there's a lot of movers and shakers on here. Yeah. Is it a movers and shakers platform
Josh Janssen: [00:23:29] is now, now that you're on it? No, but, um, no, it's got the vibe of, um, any of these early social networks, but I think that the interesting thing about it is that it's, um, Even when you're a passive consumer of the content, you're actually playing a really active role because you're in these rooms and people are saying, and so just by moving around.
So for instance, think about Twitter, apparently it's, um, has similarities to Twitter [00:24:00] spaces. I don't know about Twitter. I haven't looked into Twitter spaces, but probably that's some new thing, but, um, uh, when you move around the different rooms, it's like leaving a trail or it's saying, Oh, Josh is in this room or that room.
You can think about other social networks. If you're on Facebook, every time you go to a, um, a Facebook page, it doesn't say anything. And so I think that there is that it doesn't, it doesn't leave a trout. And so I think there's a stickiness to this where, when I'm on the app, I started getting people following, like just a couple of people followed me who were consuming the same content.
So for instance, if you're interested in building a YouTube audience, And you're listening to some, um, a room that's all about YouTube growth. You can see everyone that's consuming that content. So then you can click through it like, Oh, these are all like-minded people and they can click through and go, Oh, I know this person.
Or follow them.
Tommy Jackett: [00:24:57] Yeah. Just rabbit hole. I mean, you see how they [00:25:00] create these things so that you do just stay in there for hours. How many hours have you spent on that?
Josh Janssen: [00:25:06] It's easy to do a lot of hours because you just, if it can replace things like podcasts or audio books or those types of
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:14] things. And so, I mean, there's like you took, you've taken a backseat from social media over the break as well.
And what's your thoughts or are you trying not to think about it too much? In terms of consent using it. I mean, we talked about it a lot last year on the show and we were chatting about what we're to do this year.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:36] It's only relevant for you getting off social media is only relevant if you replace it with some other good habits.
Tommy Jackett: [00:25:44] And so there's a million good habits that yeah.
Josh Janssen: [00:25:47] Had one necessarily stick yet. And so for me, the smaller changes is it's like, If I'm going to listen to something on my phone, I should never really [00:26:00] just be lying down, listening to something. I should always be there either walking or because it goes really quickly.
Like I was like, I can listen to a podcast whilst being on my exercise, but I can, the time goes like that. And so, um, yeah, I mean, coming back. From, uh, the break from the, from the podcast perspective, I definitely went hard even on YouTube. I was just responding back to every, like, we, you know, we had 17 comments or whatever on our YouTube video and I'm just writing back and hotting and I'm like, Oh yeah, I'm a community manager.
This is great. But you can say how, um, It's a certain vibe right now because we're back and it's exciting. But then, um, you've you've I think that I want to keep doing it, but just say, I'm going to do it for half an hour at this time of the day. Go in, see what people are saying.
Tommy Jackett: [00:26:53] Hmm, I guess that's just what you have to do if that's actually what you're saying, you're going to do that is the challenge you need to set to [00:27:00] actually do that.
Yeah. Cause you see how hard it is.
Josh Janssen: [00:27:03] Oh, D O do a shout out to some of the, some of the, uh, uh, wine paid is. Uh, was, uh, on the comments from, uh, episode, uh, nine 38, which was yesterday, he said, uh, discovered recently that locking your bags when traveling is really a waste of time, because it is so easy to jam a pointy object, like a pen through the zip and separate the teeth to get access to the bag.
So the thing is, I don't see the locks necessarily as a way of keeping people out. I have the, like the zip ties to see whether it's been opened. So you can see on the other end, it's like, okay. Someone's. So if they fuck with the teeth of the zip, they're not getting
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:43] that back. It's a break in it. It's they've smashed the window to get into your house versus used a key and got through the front door and then closed it behind them.
Josh Janssen: [00:27:52] But I've had a bunch of, a bunch of times. Like TSA in the U S go through my bag and I'll just,
Tommy Jackett: [00:27:58] they cut the lock sometimes. And then they leave a [00:28:00] little thing that a
Josh Janssen: [00:28:00] small locks with the, with the locks, they're all like TSA approved. So they just have a master lock that's
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:06] right. They actually tell you to do that so that you have a lock cause they can cut your hair.
Josh Janssen: [00:28:12] Um, yeah, we've got a bunch of, um, uh, of comments. Uh, thank you, uh, Dean for your comment, Nathan. Yes, Joe Losey. Uh, show Baker, Vicky scooter Derrick, is it punch?
Tommy Jackett: [00:28:29] I'm going to leave a bunch of lovely messages. Uh, About the baby. She was nice. She was nice on Instagram, Instagram. Yeah. Personally text message.
You know, it was great. Now I'm on clubhouse. So you could probably get, yeah. Get me there. No, I don't even know how it works. I'll try to get around it, but no, thank you for the lovely messages. It's good to be back. It's good to be back five days a week, Monday to Friday,
Josh Janssen: [00:28:53] we'll see you on a clubhouse. We're just our usernames.
I'm Josh Janssen. And tell me, jacket is just Tommy jacket. Do you remember when we [00:29:00] started doing that? We're introducing ourselves. It's a daily talk show episode nine 39. I am Josh Janssen. And you'd
Tommy Jackett: [00:29:08] say, and I'm another one, another one. Cause on the show,
Josh Janssen: [00:29:13] enjoy the rest of your day. Guys. Say tomorrow.