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And Hello, everyone welcome to episodenumber twenty four of the clever dummies podcast. Thank you so much forjoining us. I'm lucky and he's always joined by neck. How you going todaygoing Sir Gay as the saying Australia, it's a beautiful back. We get out hereclear skies and that drive beach. I could it's a Batman's dream today. Backto you, yeah t a mate mascles cos. Twenty fourRicky pinnings just won the toss and stray elected about it. The BeautifulBrisben Ground, Oh and hated. Lange has been bold early,but that's all right! We've got ponting in it's one for twenty two, let's go tothe Edremit. That was that was my child. I'll, tell you that much! They peopletalk about patients and everything else, and the game is changed nowadays, but Icould dence it and still, even to this day, I can sit through every ball of afive day test match and that Shit was character. Building I'll tell you thatmuch as do tell you what there's nothing inthe world that I would rather do, nor I have done for the past five to eightyears. On Boxing Day than to watch boxing their test, I would sit there all day just chill.You know you kind of have a you know. Some food from last might just hang outjust right this. This. No nothing else to do.Everyone loves going boxing their shopping. What do you mean boxing theshopping? You got the box in a test on. How can you go hoping? Yes, Yeh nowadays, you can. I mean shop aswell as while watching cricket, but boxing did test. That's my boxing day,like yeah. That's a really or day YEA to quickly run down in the shops to getsome supplies, as I think nowadays just get that Shit fucking over it in thatsound and that's the thing to like you're the Christmas Day is such a goodday of family friends. It's a big emotional journey, so you're generallytired. The next day, like you're in a food, come like that food comb is real.Nowadays you might have had a few drinks back. Then it was just likeyou've eaten so much lollies and so much crap food that your mom, never letyo wet. But it's Christmas Day, so do let so weird it so the next day you'rejust recovering like what have we done and then you just put yourself down,you know, get a nice cool can of coke and just let the let the boat isnormally very hot, like we've been pretty like it's very hot outside, soit's perfect cricket weather, and what about that side? You know justgoing off a little tangent, so many great memories o a great team. We hadlike that. I always lean back on the ashes series of two and six in thesandseven and we're talking about this before the start of the podcast. We had,you know a ably ten, nine or ten hall of Fames, like Legit InternationalCricket Hall of Fame, is in the one side you had languor and had an openingup. You know, Eva Haden was getting off to a quick start or Languor was gettingclean, bold or the La Round. Fuck one of them was getting bold. They had somegood combos than they had ponting come in. You know he'd get on that frontfoot as soon as he did middle one. You know you know, I be a Classic Front:Foot Pool Yeah Yeah, the ball shot the cover drive and just if you can go backtoday and watch some highlights, there's truly nothing just morepleasant to the eye. Even now I just seen a nice and he used to just punishthe bowlers. It was a short guy that bold bounces eye he's good at the HookBall. He for one slap him through colors like he couldn't beat him.That's a Egi. He always looked like a monk out there as well. He never looked.He never cracked, a smile he's just out there. It's like working, he was whothe dog is like, I'm not in a serious he and an then you had. You know youhad Martin in behind him more an IT Bein Michael Clark who is like likeHussy was brought in. Like Michael Hussy had an amazing career. He met. Hewas thirty one when he made his debut for Australia and he still scored overfive thousand runs for Australia, which is like you know, a two top percentcriketot all time and he started with his thirty one, like he sided reallylate. We had like a rotation of like Simons Watson later on, but that seriesof Simons Gilchrist- you know he averaged fifty with the bat and he wasback number seven just shows how good of a dam side we had like any otherteam, he waldimar top for you know, and then the ball is like, maybe thegreatest attack of all time. SHAME MORE N! I N The ball. Fifty meters off thedeck Semitas wickets. We had brink Clark and Glee Lese, that's right, sogitimate Ly Nice. Ten! All the fame is at the same time, is so crazy and keepin mind Sham Watson could ball. He was good me base not to mention that AndrewSem Simon good ball as well yeah, and there was there were few times thateven was his name a park early. My glut jump in it was actually originallybrought in the first match he ever played for Australia. He he he were, he was came in at number nine. Heactually came into the left arm seen bowl and he wasn't even he came in forhis ball. Not his batting, not crazy, Steve Smith as well as leg Ben isbrought in for it. The number nine might have been Steve Smith, but yeah.He was brought in as a Bola, because that it was India, his first Seris asover in ides they needed spinners, and then Watson would have been in thatside because he made his debut about a year earlier, and this is the thingthat t plague Watson even later on in...

...the really great career he had is hehad so many damn injuries early on and his like? He made his debut a couple ofgames in. He got injured for like a year and he'd come back in for a fewgames play well and get injured again like for the first ten years of hiscareer. He had, he was out basically half the time, so he had all that likekey twenties, which is like your athletic prime, especially for cricketwhen you start playing cricket so young, he just had so many injuries that justsort of pushed him back a little bit, but in saying that he was nearly fortywhen he retired, so he was able to still get a pretty good thing at hiscareer. But if Watson was healthy like to San Eight to the nine thattransition period after all, those guys like we had like five all of famousretire at once, he would have just been. You know there wouldn't have ever beenthat down period. Like that's the only thing I think of like I was what forentthe time he has a nine ses and ten was a tough to be a strang cricket FANSASPARILLY in test test round, because around two thousand and eight twothousand and nine that's when people like want to start stopping in as well,because I ever born a debut on in two thousand and eight. I think again,other doesn't end S. Yes, I Turstan that was a T. twenty, but yeah he'stest cricket was this and ten, but it was shortly after that the crazy thingabout an as debut as he went straight from playing for news a well now hewent straight for playing first grade great cricket, Never Played One gamefor Newsese right and when she right to Australia, so he went. He went straightfrom fairfield where he played grade cricket into a straight inside, didn'tplay so well as like. Well I mean a smash is crazy. I maspeth time all theyears he came down, but at that time he was just yeah any any, no matter whatyou threw at him, you just put it out of the park and people like, and if youremember that was still the early days of I think t twenty first came out itTasn't five hundred and six, so they were still trying to get like testplayers to play. T twenty, so the game still hadn't evolved yet so I got likewant o Ho would just flog him out of the park. They weren't bowling change.UPS, they weren't opening with spin, like they weren't doing all the coolthings they do now so they're just trying to get like a you know, aregular test, Bollero try to bowl slow balls and they're just getting punished.So that was like those other days for sure and that's right and then the gamego change, and then I mean t talking about People's draining down supremeand talking of someone from a era who's. Never let go Chris Gal Right and I sawit play against her. He still playing in Iblin yeah. It's not that so theguys still ran down spring. His every bore the park. Still he talk about acareer. How long has he been playing for he's been playing for? He I'mpretty sure he play. I is the same team that we're talking about in ten likethat those cricket times and he still yeah yeah. He was like he was a testplayer that was like he was still scored really fast, but you knew thathe wasn't at his best because he just didn't have the patience to be thatconsistent. You know test better, but he still had a great test record. Likedon't get me wrong, you care a heap of hundreds. He score heaps of runs, butthat short form is really where I started to flourish and that's like theamazing thing, even for thunder like a couple years ago, my use was stillplaying. You know what an on a just retired in the Ip like legitimately, somany of those guys have had like been able to extend their careers just forsuch a long time due to the game, evolving and even being around thesport coaching. When I live back in Sydney like people always spoke about,how t twenty was going to ruin, test Crock and ultimately ruin the sport itdidn't. I just cause he like an evolution period, just like anything,there's like a rubber band effect where, at the you know for a couple of years. Maybe it changes the way people bat,but eventually they figure it out and they get better and at the end of theday, like there used to be a lot more drawers in test cricket. Now, there'sgetting a lot more results, so I find that at the end of the day, that'sbetter for people, because it's kind o o people are going to be engaged in it.You know, I think, absolutely I think, Games more interesting now as well,particularly- and I don't think the deep, don't change the game. I think,if anything, it was the players that changed the game and created the need.For the Tony I mean yeah, you have people like Chris Kiled himself andpeople like you, know, Adam Gilkes, who who would test cricket players which isto board with, like you know, just hanging out and you know doing thoseruns, so I think they were, and people like maling who both such interest. Youknow, so I think over all those players change the game to create the need tobe more short form way. It wasn't as restricted. You know, yeah, and eventhough I feel like the physical toll that I had on players like five daytest matches like the body is getting broken down. If you're in the field allday for eight hours and then you have to back all day like they're, justgetting injured and they're having more time off with t twenty, like it's athree hour game, you just play, you can play back to back nights like the IP orthey play forty games in sixty days or something like that like somethingcrazy, so you're able to get more cricket out there and that's whatallowed those guys wwho are being older...

...to keep playing because they justweren't needing to you know physically have that toll in the body. But insaying that, like you do see, which is good, you do see the bowlers do reallywell and test cricket now, like there's less Batsman, a able to say out therefor a longer and- and I mean in even the change of the game like in therecent series we have against India. Traditionally we would have just scoredenough runs in what I think was the second last test match where Indiaactually survived. No Richard Part who's like a gun player. Now, like he'sa left, armor just come into the team we were winning by about three hundredruns. We were only like five down. We declared right. We easily could havejust battered him out of the game at made draw, but Tim Paine declared that a position thatgave us plenty of chance to get them out. I was like a hundred overs, but italso gave them a chance to win the game if, if they batted long enough and theyend up winning the game, but no one was upset at them for the clearing was justlike fuck it we tried to win. You know we tried to get the job done instead ofjust you know, Battin him into a Blivion, and you know setting fivehundred runs and fifty over to do it like it. Just doesn't, it doesn't work.You know so well, this heaps more heaps more that the gay I feel like the Gamesjust the best that ever is now. You know, even at the Alati, think, that'smuch more interesting than it. Yes, just trying to bet them out, like youknow, like the absolutely I think it's much more interesting and to be fair.India steam has evolved as well funny enough to we're talking about thatquickly, just quickly on touching on that as well. At the time when we hadall the play, Justin Angle Matthew had an Adam Gil, gris market clock and allthose players, India, India, had some of their whole fami whole famous aswell like you had ye such an joker and they caiggy and Mis Tony was thewicketkeeper. He wasn't the capital, but he was he was. He was a devious,linesman yeah he's an that's right, has ro drived rol drop and then they hadthat buller who's, a buller task, so popular in war, so you're not thinkingI habeant ing. Oh, was that is it yeah because you might be thinking of MaryLythera, my time or the threat he's a guy thatbowled the suspect action, and he got in trouble a few times for not havingnone of the dogs. I think he was most making them days. They that was thething we've indede had a great badding attack, but they didn't have thebowlers like they had like harber John Sing. They've had a few other guys fromthat time that were decent boders, but they didn't have enough to compete withus. So in an e they do really well. Is this ben now they're, starting to whichis changed? It completely, maybe quickly, Google, because I feel, likemarole friend, he's to linen and he actually holds the record for the mostwickets in test matches like he beat out chain worn both the spinners had it,but I'm trying to think of some classic names like there's. Definitely somesings, there's a there's, a Im rat, another one is or who did you have youhad Gangley had VV laxman, he had Roodre, you had. Obviously such a ajoke was such a special play to watch. Meston e was only really young he'seven another guy's. Well, he only just retired, like he played for twenty oddyears at the highest level and Harbor Jan sin was. He was a spinBolle leg spinner. I think he wasn't yeah a new COMBUTI and as comble yeahyeah was another one, but he was. He was a bit before the other time like hewas bear his early. He yeah he was. He was like stay war days, yeah yeah, sohe was, I mean, he's also redon a head, but hewasn't good as he beget yeah. That's what I was thinking about: Yeah Yeah! Ijust looked up. You know: top top Spin Boles of a top ten pin polers of full time. Yep Yeah.You got mother thrinch more an I e Rotheren. What I can't pronounce hislast name, a Nilco Co Complai come late, yeah, so elthe star, he was the Pakistan O,would do coker yeah Daniel Wert he's a empetre New Zealand yeah yeah. Who elseis a hen that era as well shod. I Freddy of course yeah before he's. Thelateness of his career was about his bedding, but he was a Gundli spinnerfor a long time. Was it yeah yeah I mean he's betting. He was a. He was.What do you call? It he's a one he'd wonder, but you know yeah. I, alas, andthat yeah is at I can to watch slower. Who else is on that list? If you got a habit, an sing for byAbdul Kadu, not we going old yeah a couple of packs on in there. Then we gooh swan. What's his name that guy a grimeswon from one yeah, here's another, a good classic yeah. There was just plenty of trouble in theashes honorable mentionso, that's it!...

Yes, it's hard, it's hard being a leg.Spinner like if you looked at the pastebord this dead, like you, couldfind a hundred and fifty you know the longevity of pace. Bawlers is therethey generally have you know more Pastebord, that's why you know there'sless competition for it. Yeah like you're, really competing forone or two spots in most teams as Pinnis, but it's hard to be a good legson a good offside like we had jot MC Gill as well around the same time ofWarne. Did he just see he got into a bit of strife with him. He gotkidnapped it tilly. We Gilderoy one of the guys at the gym, told me about aMAC and spiracy going on with some famous athletes and a drug drug ring,but I'm not so sure about that, but yeah he and I'm getting done for aboutfour days. They pulled up an event and just took him in there and said: mightyou might be one of our greatest ever legs, but is but you're get with thisme all right here we go so that a full time by by their numbers, yeah, so not bypopular just by the numbers itself. So like that S, yes, that Sydney Burns. Hewas an old player, Fon thousand nine, a D H, I n e Tunnin d d e. u nineteen oone o nine. Forty yeah well, obviously have many weekes that you get it ses.He got is a daughter by wickets or by something else. It's average of sixteen point three. Soto to to of seven hundred a D, seven hundred nineteen wickets wow, I'venever even heard of him. A man obviously is old, but normally he wow,that's crazy rose sixteen and seven hundred wickeds a what's his name. His name is signifying I ye Fred Truman.England, English tree took his first. We get a thirty years old, threehundred seven wickets as rich of all the people. There was people playing inthe side. They had one leg left outer from the war stuff. There was a youngCarter. Ga She just covered up well see macrame back any blur and health yeah.As for ten five hundred two wickets Lifton swing, Bowler not transfer there, you got Daniel den or Dennis La later.What's his name Dennis an Asily Yeah E was e e. Now Jeff Thompson genesee was quick.There was another guy named Jeff Tonson, who bowled around the same time as himdidn't get him at as many wickeds, but he was meant to they reckon he bowledthe quickest balls ever, but they didn't record the speeds back. Then itwas like seven Atis. You had. Oh that's another for marsh from West indies, anUsyet play a try back. Oron there play MC. Granser was quick, but it was. Isthat when great yeah, okay, what's the day of stains, probably on there? FirstSAVERIA WHO's, the other English, an a James,Jimmy Innocent James- and I stand this- you yeah or saying he's a he's, a scarymatter, factor for a long time for ten years he haunted the Ozzie's. He wanted.The Wood he's gaze he's a go super and he had Macara tiny with him as well andthey had more ANA more or they had that they saffre had like, where the ship abetter side than us, and they just had the mad batters. They had grame Smith or Graham smoth at the top had that Indian fellow who came over,he was good played for so Erigor. What was his name frigging O here we go. Do Den Australian on De InternationalBatemans Diyah ranked by or rank by starts atcoming in a number ten David, Bona number nine mate Matthew, Haden. OhDamn that duds old now he's looking old mate, her Oh yeah! May He loves theSKOONER? Don't you all right now, coming in number eight Andrew Simons,number, seven Michael Bevin, how come I never saw in play? Where was he playing?He played like late S, early two thousand Michael, be an e. was anaround Er better, an bold left y year number six mice ouse, so r cricket did not call them a m yeah.I see that's it mark for Michel Yep number, five number four Adam Gilchristyeah number three Dean Jones, Ohi's Yeah Great Chapel, was: Can forgetiveYeah Plai, Know Im from sick rocket to be honest, yeah, that's right! o Japan Cor Number One. A repointing, Rahanayeah is amazing. He had that and e back in them days. They weren't play nearlyas many short form games as they do now like they play so much tea, Tony andshort and Odoi. Now back then it was...

...like you'd have your World Cup everyfour years and you'd play like two series a year, so yeah did want you'd,probably see there's more games on Warner potentially than some of thoseother guys. Yeah do ten C D number one is Rigan ICS, Bowler, Glen, Mac of all time, yeah noon in people just because of both formats like one day, a test match even Maril, lither and and those other guyslike I don't know, Akron was pretty good in both, as I word so number oneIC Word Cup number one is Clima Y, ah y Andy Bleach, also Australian cool, ande Bogle, sorry that was on titre yeah dim sole. Oh, is this a time World Cupye all Domework Gar Ye Yep? I was humor comes up here as well, butyeah is we done the lit the World Cups, not as many games. You know they don'tplay to any Morny which, as stark number ten m yeah still doing it inthing still got plenty of years that on to the go mit nice at all, true, I weget poynant still with, as we really appreciate that, so you can skip ahead.If you need to but fuck it yea, we love it. It's all good. Do you Wa just aquick little plan right this box this her boxing day? If you're, I presumeyou're probably going to come down to to a city, but if you know I'll come upfor boxing den wars to game together, but we could just go to Melbourne and watch it live for five days. That's actually not abed. YEA, no five days lit relax, maybe a couple I've. Never I've never seen agame of cricket down there. I feel that could be pretty awesome. WATE play byhand we'll definitely get together for it anyway to be consorted day to Docton.Look a e that of Ben Ro Mc Ninety sand, people, you know- hopefully no mass.You know no fucking, know bloody mark of the beast vaccine. Let's go baby,the PO micro chips, my atomic funny enough, like let's drag right into theyou know the gold core nineteen. It was in a perfect timing. First of all,thoughts out to India, man, that's crazy! Insane! Four hundred thousandcases four send people in a day in a four hundred thousand cases in a day,four hundred thousand or for thousand people dying in a single day. That'sjust I was last laughing out of beer shop, not actually yeah. The shore isabsolutely insane your ass and you know, let's quickly, comparecompare India to Australia, I mean we probably shouldn't, because Abulaghlaghpopulation, why is they're completely different pease ride? By a way it nowwould be over twenty five. Would me, I think we still had twenty two D,twenty three ostria schools that have less the more people than that in India. Oh Yeah we're twenty five men. I never doubt me man, hume, from the tip. Let's look at India's population, one yeah Tina still got the most right.Like one point, one point: One's India is in Dousman M. Really, Oh, no! No I'mwrong! That's it! I ionite don't have to he. He probably got a few of lesspeople. Now, if you know what I mean a okay, so you is it Ye India at onepoint three: six billion China and one point: Three nine billion, so they close super super close China wasChina's growth rate slow down around two thousand and ten and Indiasaccelerated. They both even doubt now yeah t one o o yeah in China. That's what absolutely confirmsto me and we all kind of know it, but the numbers that had always come out ofChina about the death rate and about the Vaca about the rate of people getting getting affected, as always been sowrong, like they've always had just such low numbers like lower than lowerthan a country like like Canada, for example. Who has youknow? Seventy eighty men, like they're, saying the numbers of that low. Likeone point, three billion people now open countries like can have r reallycrapped government as well and stuff like that which, which I've actuallyrecently been learning because there's one thing this cove nineteen thing hasdone right. It gave us a chance to look into other people's systems and beactually pay attention to the like news. What's going on not news, but like thisOropa attention, what's going on yeah, so I mean like Welmot at yeah. Word:politics candies, another country. That's got really corrupt governmentsystem, so they've they their policies...

...and prestiges an non existence. They've.I think you know how these countries that survived and did us everyone justtold their good country, and I always thought Canada was a great year butturns out. It was only because there was about total. Like you know, sevenmillion people not really, but the point is I was I in Canis, Pretty HighCanada just went super milburn ever the whole country was like, like Victoriafor the whole year, like they just locked everything down. You know what Imean yeah, where other countries or other statesin the US, for example, didn't do so much, and but it'sinteresting that the just various rates, like obviously in La and New York, whohave you, know, been hit the hardest in the US like they have a really badhomeless population, particularly in La and they have just people living soclosely giver because there's just so many people and there's just not a lotof space. So that's, what's you know? That's been the worst thing for it thanjust. You know who stayed indoors and obviously restricting certain amounts were beneficial, but it was ultimatelylike it almost didn't matter what we did. You know if you live in a placelike La that has the same population. As you know, half of Australia and theother size of Sydney. Like you know you people are going to get fucked upbecause there's nowhere to go so I think yeah there's just been somuch blamed shifted everywhere, and this is where we're so you know sothankful and the lust and a lure of the US has definitely dropped and peoplewere blaming it on the on trump for for a long time, but it had nothing to dowith him. It was it's the way that a lot of this stuff's been handled. Ifeel like people are less. You know this holy wood and all that sort ofthing and as obstat to open back up like it's going to get it back, but Ifeel, like the America has lost a lot of that. What's. The word is not that's likehoneymoon ask like that. Efore about the place, I very w very much America'sP right America, it was US- was really smart and use their Hollywood industry,the film industry, as their PR agency, almost idly, I be or agency, and so that did areally good job as setting America up as as this country and in America, ifyou ever think about the kind of country. This is something that I waslistening to San Harris. If you listen to him e talks about this and a coupleof other people talk about this bull people, countries that are really goodat telling stories are tend to be the country's a they impress otherpopulations and be they develop very nationalistic society in within thecountry, for example, take India, for example, right bolly wood is huge right.It's huge and they're really good at telling their stories, so Indian peopleare really nationalistic, so their very you know patriarchal to their owncountry right so to speak and it helps build. So what your kind of saying isthat help? If no ode helps build the allow to other countries, it creates asense of pride within the country. As well is yeah yeah, that's a that's avery good point. Actually yeah about the US. They love. You know they lovethemselves, really, that's a kind of yeah. That's a really good point. So sothe US overall, when you start looking into it is, is a house of God right. SoI mean you got no no backbone to support the Medicare medical system.There's! No! You know a lot of the things are so privitie. I meanAustralia started to become like that, a certain ex extent. But you know weare we lying way in most botles Yeah Australias, God take yeah I'll, takeslow Internet over a lot of the other ship we could have. You know that'sexactly right. I mean Australia. I touch on the tolis problems that I waskind of thinking about, but you know so. I think that's what us did really well something with samething with India that do that really. Well, so they build a society. That'svery you know nationalistic, like care about they and think about their owncountry and were willing to die for the countries like Australia. We know verywe're. Not Big on telling stories for some reason same thing with same thingwith Pakistan: We've got almost no stories, no film industry, no music. Soit's you know India as gone music about just you know, literally see peoplesinging about their love for the country, people. Listen to that thatpeople connect with young population. That's how you know younger youngergeneration, that's how they connect with the country they're not going tosit there listen to the politics, so I think that's what's interesting aboutthose countries. They have a really good marketing wings. If you will, youknow where, in just on comparison, you gotcountry like a China right same thing, the there's the instead of creatingstories that to inspire people they just controlling the narrative. So theonly thing people here is hey. This is the greatest government of full time.So I think those things are comparison but seem interesting. So that's why Ithink United States had always had that lower,because even in Australia we grew up watching films of coming of age films.I and TV shows that had more highly...

...influential on us, but they were comingstraight from the US, so we couldn't completely relate that's why, if youhave a notice whenever I there's a new United American food chain, comes toAustralia, these lines outside, because we've seen that in films and movies,and now we finally see it- you know thith our own eyes, so we just want tosee what the fuss is about. I guess so: That's! What's interesting, Beas AmazonUba you looking on an apple which is not an international company, butAmerican based yeah, and I feel like the military plays, are part in thattoo, in as time goes on that that's to wear away as well. But there's a youknow over five hundred thousand old activemembers of the? U S, military that are currently are working outside of thestate, so they have a large population that are very pride for of the militaryand pretty very pride to be a part of that. So it's just like they've done alot of good to help build their own sense and they are also pretty selflike the they feel or they have a perception of their self to spit aPacific where we in Australia have a pretty good understanding about. Youknow how you know we have, I guess, more of a more of an integrated societyoutside of Australia. We have an acceptance of it anyway, where it seemsit seems, and this is only perspection and I might be completely wrong, but itseems like the US feel like they're they're isolated, like they kind ofexist outside of the world in some regards, or it's the US and there'severything else. Well, I think the US think they are the word yeah. That'swhy I so I think about all the superhero movies. People are justtrying to save America when they turn to see the work when they're trying tosave the right- and you know that makes sense- it's the Hollywood, so they'regoing to do a large portion of the of their money is based off of that sort of thing inthere. I guess the mode of why something exists like that can beexplained through different avenues like Pi and that sort of thing, but atthe end of the day, like it comes down to what people how people peeveperceive the country as well. Like don't get me wrong. I still want to gothere and I'd love to experience the culture and all different aspects ofthe US, but I feel like less this, I'm less inclined now to have. I don't haveas much desire or my sire is not as strong as it used to be a hundredpercent and that's just what my own maturity. Probably his were a littlebit more of the understanding of how the world actually works. It's crazy,because I was literally saying the same thing to that someone. The other day Iwas like you know you wanted to go to La and us all those stuff, but now Ihave very little desire. I would much rather live in Australia, which is,inter I mean I was still want to live in us for one particular reason, whichis the size of his population where but then also being a Western speaking. Youknow Western country where the speak, English and I can understand them inthe culture- is similar to a mind. I wouldn't I would England. Not so muchin England is, would be the second choice, but the only thing is England's.It's a smaller country and it's everything seems just too congested.You know where America is getting a Wi, an have a have a ride outside yeah yeahyeah. You can go to the big cities, but also outside of the big cities whereEngland yea. You know, I don't think I'd go there, but I don't know how longI'd want to spend their sort of thing, and it's a probably the same of the. US. I don't know how long I'd want to spend in a major city, but you can goto places like Austin or Tennessee or even parts of Florida that you can getoutside of the city and be you know, even even not New York itself, but you cango to Boston. You can go to other parts of the country on that North East Coastthat are really popular, but aren't, quite you, know, New York City, but insaying that, like he'd love to just spend a not in the you know in the thick of thecity and just that sort, the magnitute just the aura and the energy of whatthat would be like it like. I think it Padna Earth Right. Well, that's exactlyright! I mean see you're Goin t look at Australia right, you look at for some. You look at Australia the wayAustralia is. We got me to of twenty five million people, which is twenty five million people, and wenicely spread out as well, but it just doesn't feel you know, given that Sydney city islike meant to be one of like one of the most incredible cities in the worldright because I meant to be up there with Sidney City right right, good right across the world with one of thebest cities, but it just doesn't you know, because they aren't that manypeople, even though it seems like there may be a lot just simply not now people to make thevibe, because I feel like Sidney. City itself is not a capacity yet becausethey need way bore people to make all those things work that are there, which is the grate about it, yeah, nohundred percent, the crazy part about it. Yes, you can get very much stuck incertain areas and you feel like it is chaotic. It definitely is chaotic, butcompared to what how you know where it's headed, probably in our lifetime, like in acouple of decades and where it's, how much potential are is still thereto,feel like they're still plenty to go.

Ah, there's so much yeah and and comingfor coming from Melbourne right and I realized what the difference betweenMelbourne Sydney was right. Melbourne was very much confined to Melbourneitself, like a city where Sydney's bit more spread out, as in, like you know,people a lot more bigger population, as po spread out in little. They click inthe areas like spread out in little rings. So further away, you get. Youstill got population that lives in city when Melbourne population ispredominantly in Melbourne. When I say Melbourne, you know in the sneeringsuburbs of the city itself, bde, so Melbourne does can carry then a lotmore that wibe of being busy where Sydney, because it's so spread out.It's not there yet. So I think you know when you start filing out of suburbsbetween you know bout as you go out and to the city. I think you'll starthaving that vibe created as well. I don't know that's just a perhaps likewhat you said. I could be completely wrong, but that's my perception Ibelieve I don't know, I think the amount of cars in the amount of roadsmost of the spaces taken up with roads and less parks and open areas like howmuch more can you really do before you just eventually kill kill it. You knowso there's like a point point of diminishing return. I think I think Sydney Sydney can'tsupport it yeah as a dying road system, because I thinkthey for some reason they have shut the bed with that with their roads. That'syeah, that's also the cost of living in a cost of running business there aswell like rent in different areas. If you owned a shop or if you own somespace, it's just so ridiculously high and the cost of living is so high thatand there's just not enough money make the mat doesn't seem the way. I thinkwell, that's true, and I was actually going to touch on that as well. Pre,brilliant aroint. That right is so Sydney is super expensive right I meanso sidney got rated as number one, the most expensive city with the tolls inthe world. So it's got the most highest amounted tolls in the world. I thinkSydney or Fisher. So I mean that's crazy right or on toyou- got tolls petrol every living course. Houses are, you know, there's ahouse in Clumpton, you know it's a pre out there area, not nowhere near thecity. One Point: Three million: it's a four bedroom normal house, so it's sosidneys insane like over all even great to sidneys insane to how expensive itis. But I wonder I just wonder: Is that gonna expect how expensive it is. Imean it's more ex. The Way Sidney is going it's more expensive than I'll,like it's the same power with London and New York. That's how expensive itis, but it's nowhere near as busy. You know I mean there's nowherenear as bustling as those cities, because, let's say, if you're a smallbusiness owner right, you've got. You know what maybe you know five. Seventysix million people to play with to run those business or you know one billionpeople that run through Sydney city itself, but then, when New York who'sthe same price at that, like you being the role so similar rent you've got.You know ten billion people to play with her pointing million people toplay with yeah. So I wonder if you increase the number of poition yeah,could it go it yeah as long as people are willing and able- and it justdepends as long as there's enough jobs and businesses in that immediate area,like most people live outside of the city and go in there for work, it's notthe other around like plenty of people. Do the opposite. So we just you needthe businesses to be there in order. That's that's actually a really goodpoint e e H, and I also think that the quality of n you know again. This isnot first in experience- is only second in experience, but the quality of thepublic transport system in the in New York in those other countries comparedto Sidney. That's another area that we really let as well is people a lot ofpeople feel like they have to drive, because it's such an inconvenience toget a trainer, a bus where, in we're in New York, for example, or in La likethe public system, is pretty good, like, especially in New York, like everyonetakes the train because, just like you don't drive like everyone takes asubway were over here like there's only one. A couple of main lines is notnearly enough of that as well, and I think if the public transport systemhas done better, you more people would be willing to live closer and would beable to live closer as well. A hundred percent. I mean I mean, that's that's avery good point and I think that's also some of it could be a so could also beso by like a strategic cluster design where ye start pushing in the subwaysystem in New York was built predominantly underground as well. Youknow a man like we're over here. We don't have a lot of no ground. Sothat's another thing like, for example, I work in civil water right, which isabout yeah thirty comets toward the city. When I were from where I liveright, but there's no actual train stop in the area that I work in so and it'sbusy ere's a lot of time in Silvat. Actually, if I never gone past yeah, soI mean I couldn't, I couldn't actually take the train to silver water yeah,another close by station, but it seems...

...still seems like I have to catch atrain there and then catch a bus to where I want to get yeah. That's that's!That's just annoying a yeah where Melbourne. Does that really well right,be something about buses, distance people off, because I know it turns meoff right. I just don't like the look of a bus, I'd catch a time over a pastand of the week yet, but I just something about a bus yeah. I thinkthere's just poor funding poor funding, so the buses don't maintain as well asthey could. So you feel like you're, getting on like a Shitty old thing. Ifthere was more money, I'm just looking up so water, because I I'm not rightnear road or so just near Paramon. I thought it was a little bit more south.I thought it was more like banks towny way, it's still pretty close, but Ithought is so it's right in there. Okay, it's about so I matter. Yea Ye me, corn,court, okay, yeah yeah, it's a little bit of a weird spot, a there's, a bitof a gap down ere sin. The Olympic Park, Yep yeah, it's a bit of it you know-doesn't have to be that hard for you yeah! That's exactly! I mean that'swhat I just drive but interesting. A talking about funding right new southwills realize they have a funding problem right because they keep ondoing stupid. Things like ripping out the tram lights. How about ten yearsago and put in it that in a candy, began to talk about that right erealize they have doing stupid shit to cover up their mistakes. They just keepon charging their own populis, like you know they keep on like tools tocharging. You Know Shit Down Tools, they've introduced, countless findsthat are just stupid. Like, for example, I got fine last night right and I wastelling you about this Co. I got a six hundred dollar fine last night for getthis having a Victorian plate driving in Sydney with, because I have aVictorian played car which is still registered, but apparently because Iintend to move to tes southwell's. My card becomes unregistered in theseapples because I intend to move to nishadas it's. The first question is, but how doyou know I intend to move? Is that when you said it I mean sure an I said it,but I what I'm gonna go to Melbourne tomorrow. You know so it's I justthought that was like complete defies yeah. You know the intent. If we hadn'tknown that yeah yeah I like well. No, I just I'm just here the WIZITIN. Nothinghappens, but because I intend to move you know. So it's because your car isprominently, guarantee new Sepol you're, going to get charged for not paying thetax of new Suthard road. What the fuckers you pulled out, you pulled outa two point: Two BILLINA Dream Line, only to put it back in who's on. Can wetalk about that mistake? You know, but so it's interesting how unfair, yeahand fair and he your car was still reisted in my past to ride Victoria andyeah yeah yeah, I rage runs out like it's still go registred, so I, and nowI'm probably gonates Er it when rego came out here. That's what you'rewaiting for was that yeah I lutely had another we left. I was like I getreises soon as it runs out, because I don't want to double up tea. I need,but othere is an aid. I guess how you is that, like it you're payinglike to regos now because races yeah, but but it's insane, because if I haddone that anyway, so I would have paid a registration for Victoria and forNeatles, because New South was doesn't transfer the registration whereVictoria transfers the registration yestereen that yeah. So in these southwills they cancel registration. You start new, so yeah the eye yeah. I waslike so a couple of things like that I was like Victoria is a much nicer state as how they treat the population whereNisatha is much more aggressive. They don't seem to care too much about theirpopulation yeah because they hit the Kep ye eyes. I guess yeah, that's right,they're, more Busi, they need yeah. They've got more aggressive laws to make money. Yeah it's a bittricky and that sort of thing turns you know, just turns people off want peopleto move so that yeah, that's that's an unfortunatebit of lack might. But it's a lesson loan anyway. Next time, if it everhappens again, next ellet me visit in my telling what at I'll tell you whatthe next time, if I moved to another state and come back to new Southwell,that's probably my number one mistake: Yeah you'll forget again. I did itagain. So glad is peticle listic to thispodcast, which I'm really go quite sure she's. Not so I'm just going to sit putthis out there. I don't know episodes. I sit together.Yeah get your shit together, serious! That's God. Has it been anyway, thelast couple of weeks, my what's what's the ivint stayed too closely to what'sbeen going on? What's the what's the changes they're brought in over thelast week, what what level of restriction do they go to I from war? Iremember the restationed meant to come down to today, but yeah the restititwere have another wake to it or did it...

...s, because I still can't find thisrandom person. One person is this: This Guy Right, a fuck! It help this guy.This guy was so desperate to buy a new bar Vecue, but let's be honest, littlebit respect because that's Australia way it was so desperate to get a newbarbecue that he went all around all fuck idly. He was a hundred percent. He wasgetting one of those really. You know those barbicue beast masters, sixthousand yeah yeah, some O that that's a dream. One day, I e that theattitude like that they want us to be upset at the people or the persons whohave done it not actually upset at the people that are implementing theirsilly rules. Yeah. You know it's like I'll blame this one person you have todo this, it's like now, it's a it's. You know, then enough people arefollowing along with it now that it that it's working anyway well, reallyguess is good ness. They need they need to blame someone. You know yeah, theyalso need a. They also need a show that they're doing enough to be pro active.So when the next election comes, they can get the job done. You know, well,that's exactly right, there's more than enough, there's more than enoughevidence across the world that these aggressive, lock down to not just notnecessary, but there actually not the most effective way to you know think about shutting down asixty PALOMITA radius because of a single person like or if you go, sixtya hundreds of colomes or radius because of a single person like think about allour parts of the world that have you know have. Maybe they were doing that ayear ago when they fought like this thing was going to be worse and it wasand they're still doing the same shit. They can call that, like you, know,they're trying to look at we're trying to do the right thing be proactively,just being they just yeah they're, just being overly over the aggressive withthe authority. They have. You know the implementing fines and these sort ofthings just keep people away from doing in a businesses from I m not enforcingthese rules. So it's pretty it's a little bit. It's a little bitdisheartening. If I have to be perfectly honest, it just dishearteningthat it's as happened and people don't a'antgetting upset about, but I guess, if you do it for long enough, then peoplejust submit that's a strategy to so that's exact, that's true! That's truehard. They keep doing it an people just like I guess it is what it does: HuhYeah and most people you talk to have the same opinion. So it's not thatpeople are I've, not that many people were just starting a fold over, but youknow when it comes. People live busy enough lives and priorities who indifferent areas but yeah. I feel I feel good about, like I used to be a littlebit torn up about feeling a certain ways and I just go whatever, but now Ifeel pretty good about being passionate about certain things, and this willalways be one of them, like any sort of. If I ever see, I remember being alittle kid. If I ever saw any any form of injustice, it did matter what it was.Even if I was watching a Shitty TV show and someone got in justly treated likeit, rove me up, so I to give a fuck I glad of this way so take it or leave itbaby. Take it all leave it. I agree. I agree, and I think that's the way to bethat's how you should be here. It's just you know, there's something aboutthat. Just getting fired up a you know the wrong mess of what how people treateach other. Even if you know, even if you just saying words and nothing getsled to it, I feel like it's. You know it's better than than just submittingto it. You know what I mean at least we're talking about it versus whateveryone else is doing, which is now not even talking about it so which is which is interesting but yeah.It's it's Brigant sang that they're. You know the God. Even the word healthgovernment said lock. Dance is not the most appropriate way to attack thesesituation yeah, but you know I guess especially with yeah this this many ofit happening. Yeah like it's just so it's very strange. It's very strange,some of the things that the? U S govern had done. They, you know cheeped out onthe vaccine and they didn't even get the right one, and then they didn't getthe wrong weather didn't pay enough money. They didn't get the wrong oneand they still can't get enough supply of it. They paid fuck all money. Theygot the wrong word. They did get enough like what is it us us cover me now.This is our pro. This is the ashes Nicarete us, even though their casesare really bad. Obviously their population. There they've got over ahundred million people that are vaccinated the moment. Australia havenothing astray, have a hundred thousand Li a couple hundred thousand peoplelike they've, just they've shit, the bed so bad like there's, you knowthey've just gotten lucky that we, you know Australia didn't get hit too badlike they. You know this, it's not it's not really! It's just. It didn't workfor our population because we're spread out enough. That's all it is it's notthat they were good in anything like that's what I keep hearing that thatyou know the US Gar the Strang government hold be commended for their.You know, for their handling of the virus is like no we're just lucky thatwe're fucking, you know, got twenty five million people in the US havethree hundred men. We've got the same amount of space, you know. Well, that'sexactly right! Also, someone was saying- and I don't know if this is correctright. I don't know if this is correct, because I heard it from I not not agreat source right, so I'm not and also...

...less people are traveling to a strages,because it's such a long flight from so many other countries as well. You knowI mean because that yeah no, but even before our flight Ben came, you knowyeah. If that makes sense, whereas, like La has, you know La gets morepeople La F, like the airport itself, getsmore people than Australia does in the whole country, and just one import inthe US and on I mean to I think that probably play the part in this. Well,that's very co, and then you got so someone was talking about it. Someonewas talking about a vaccine bride and in for Vaccines Right, but it I thoughtit was interesting. I they were talking about overall, and this is not from areliable source. So if this is wrong, you know I'm just saying this is histhe funny thing that I'm throwing out there, because this is this is notfactual information, but it's good for food for thought. They're saying the on average, the motatit for Covinnineteen was around one point, two or one percent, or something o that and the Mota astrasa vaccine was on anthe same. What do you want to I, the vaccine?Yeah? What do you want to die with the vaccine or the wars? You? You went theblood clots, you went to blood cot, so you want the you want the coughs hit choose or you gonna die. So sofunny, that's that's pretty so funny, so it seems like regular society. Youknow you're not going to need the vaccine, but I do believe that forinternational trouble it's going to be like a passport thing where you got toneed to have it. What they're doing, obviously not anAustralese, no one's fucking flying anyway, but what they do in the US atthe moment is you need to have had a negative test within the last threedays. So when you get on the airport, when you get on the plan, you need toshow your passport all this sort of thing and then needed a short negativetest. I feel like it'll ever be that or it'll just ever have to be like avaccine stamp, but they give you they give you the you get some sort of amulet on yourpath. What saying you've been vaccinated like either one of those twothings will happen: it'll be interesting or it just or they just getyour microcopies. That's right, yeah that so it's probably not the passportof the be on your phone or that yeah they skinned the market trip thatthey've been planted with the vacate. It's simple at my favorite one day, yeashit, it's like it, but they might as well use it properly. But no thegovernment ed that micro chap us all, but then forget to implement thesoftware for it or get it get us get us all hacked by some kid in India, gameyeah. You know now that they won't put it deep enough in the body and it'lljust would just pass it. It'll just fall down her arms and Pale. Just havefucking micro chips hanging out their nut, sex and stuff because the it justgot to the you know, I think about like the muscle Titian, the skin teach. Theyhaven't, put it deep enough to just moving around everywhere. You can'tfind it where the fuck with my micro chip art in my ass today, whether Isomewhere, I would sin my elber. It's just Moneron an that's a yeah, look atit's interesting time to say the least, but you know still going to which isBadia Yeah. I mean I don't know what baby. I tell you what the because youknow berthside to work full time and right here and there I think about. Iwas like you know what sometimes I d have to admit those lookd weren't as bad. You knowthere's no, nothing better butter than just staying home all day. Only thing Iwould change is having the gyms open, but I want to see my mind is going backthere a few times, hey yeah, like the amount of people that are in that samesort of boat, there was some real comfort to it broke. There was asimplicity to to it. That's so right, but the gyms are being open with stupid.You know yeah part from that, not too bad a R, not too bad. You knowjust staying at home. Just just let me I don't want to go out because you knowyeah, it's interesting, because this whole- and this is, I think this is alittle deeper level. I guess a talking about the aftermath, I suppose, overall the past he last year and a half has been very stressful and Struanstrenous overall in everyone's mental health. I guess whether you areaffected in any way or not. I think it's just been tiring, like I feeltired by just overall, like not by a particular reason, just feel tired, butyou know I just need something different from you know this particularthings yeah I feel like I got a little bit less energy yeah, a hundred percent.So I wonder: That's everyone in the population. Obviously it's much betternow and I'll, probably wear off in a coup a year or two, but currently itjust seems like you know his is. Overall, it's energy is not as they would have usedto be. People don't want to do things so like like you, you know you go youget up with your mates. You say: Hey want to hang out. They would still muchrather just spend that time at home yeah. So there's all that and with allthe on coming together, just coming...

...back and just coming back slowly, yeahyeah come back slowly, so I think it just doesn't feel with all that moneyyou go well, I might as well just stay home. You know at least I just tell meto stay home. Come all the time you know. Yeah streaming, services havedefinitely not dropped over the cove. Bear their fucking picked up Amazon,Fahan plus, and did he disney minus all that good stuff, see what I did he knowexactly. I I o yeah, because this I was like I've got allthese shows that I could catch up on. You know yeah some o thing t there wasan interesting narrative. They talked about like this is the time that wecould have. You know to start your side, hissel and all that sort of thing. Likenone of that stuff was, you know, you definitely gave it a ritor, but most ofthe stuff wasn't happening was you know it was forced upon and like it just wasa little bit. It was a little bit. You know a little bit make shift to thinkthat it was actually going to people going to take the most set opportunityand looking back you know it was like it actually was kind of a nice time totake a step back, but it definitely did help. I guess help shift somepriorities and if there are people that just would prefer to stay in doors now,because they had an excuse for long enough and they realized they preferredit like you know it's not necessarily a bad thing. People are more comfortablewith that. The only negative that I feel could have come from that is likenow. I people I've gotten so used to it that you know they spend more time athome when they really shouldn't be like there should be socially around peoplewhere you know we need to be so sure to be healthy and that sort of thing- andeven you know, people live with their families and they still talk to theirfriends on line that that amount of time not, but you know just regularlybreaking up the routine of going out like definitely some people are reallyaffected by you can tell you can tell it's changed a lot of people for sure ahundred percent you know. Sometimes I would much rather say it personally. Iwould much on the stay at home than go out right, yeah, just because you youthink about it, because I do you what it is. One of the biggest thing issleep like getting the what I don't know what it was over cove night,because you could just sleep pin every day right, yeah, not getting thosesleepy sleepings is the biggest one, especially when you go out right. Let'ssay you got, you come back home late and you're like back and I'm going toget four hours asleep for some reason. A year ago you know year and a half ago.That was all good. I was. I knew that was the normal of getting me me gettingyou know, for I was asleep and I accepted that. But now I I missed thedenial tilly yeah, so it's interesting, and but nowadays, when I sleep more, Ifeel I regret to lipping more because in my facile done shit, but you know inyeah, so it's a bit of pin to give yourself an hour to get up and getgoing and then that's another round hour. On top of that, so yeah the saidtrade off a that's one thing, I'm doing a bit more I've just fucking, not beingso hard on myself. You know those days that I just don't move as quick and atone o'clock, and I feel like I haven't done much like you know if there's toomany of those days in row, obviously, but it is just to happen because itdidn't happen. Like you know, it's like well, I can still do stuff later, soit's that's it yeah and I like it just go to say it feeling yourself gettingolder and a little bit more mature yeah. That's exactly what Lana goes incertain areas. Yeah like today, I woke up this morning and I was a bit pissedoff pissed off about the fine right. So I kind of didn't really feel like Lin,my so yeah yeah. I just had the breakfast and then I just I basicallyfor the first half of the day I watched spou know an seps, the videos. Now Isee Oh so, oh, it's really interesting. I mean it's Sep is it's called. I go secret containmentprotection agency. It's like a basically it's a web archive of normal, normally stories that peoplehave kind of put together and it's like a web or cive right. So you know youcould write a story or whether it's as you know, inspired by real life eventsand kind of put together, it's became a hole de he's huge and the web archiveoffer. This is like in hundreds of thousands right so that someone's storymay about that. So it's really interesting. If you get into it it's ait's a hold er, you can never stop going down. Most of it is fictionalright, but it's just interesting anyway. So people the these guys just talkabout you know you know Sep finos, O one, which is they always trying tofigure out. What is that normally off ses? I O one because he abaca iscontrolled by everyone. So no one knows what the Zeros o wonder is and then thejoke, like the thing, is what, if the SAP it self is yours o one anyway. So Iisn't it's like basically case files of different anomalies around the wordthat happened. So I started watching that and I spent hours watching thathalf the day but at each one's different or is there like certainthings you can have or it's just like an episode of like Black Mirrors, justlike every episode is just something completely different. It's completelydifferent. I mean the the concept is always the same. It's always the sameagency, so yeah the agency is called SCEP, which is the agency of the Galsecret or contaient and Protection Agency. So they you know, protect thepublic from normal lies, so to speak.

So whatever hurts the regularity of theuniversal to speak. So, for example, this one person who developsinvisibility right and then they you know they contain you- contain them andresearch on them, and I try to find out what happens of those kind of thingsand some one invent. I think they probably should nerve or they guess, asin tite. That's interesting is is a no it all. I I yea O sorry I had for asecond. You did say that my bad yea, some of it real, is it all. Is it alljust like its radio? It's well. The idea is most of it is inspired by real life events, but it's also yeah. Idon't yeah. Some of it is way more like there's no way, there's no reality toit. Some of it is completely creative stories and those ones are the bestones, but there's some of it is you go? Oh yeah, I just kind of cool that youknow or could happen. You might have a hero, it could fackins. Some of themare bizarre as like this one episode. Well keep so these are not they've beenturning into episodes now, but it's basically, we are kinds of files on theweb like written stories and like report fires reports, so I written inreport for a Kay yeah, so one of them is one of them was aboutthis coffee machine that that as an interdimensional portal through it, sosomething happened to this machine. So what is able to do is whatever liquidthat you dive into the machine is able to give you that so, including like anyjuice, but everyone thought that was machine was someone was producing it.Jen that turns out. The machine was just relocating the nearest liquid thathe could find. So it's very interesting so things like that, it's pretty fun.So if you ever feel a bit angis check it out, selling different yeah, you gotto send it, send it to me after the well yeah I was interesting. I was rewatching. I was re watching faster furious hobs and show hobs andshot when it first came out. I thought it was going to be. It was still stupid,but I was like a they're doubling down on this. You know the Rock and but Iwas actually end up being a really good movie and it was very funny and sohobbs. who was you know who was the rocks character? He was chasingdown at the first half of the movie. He was called to chase down a group ofpeople who were trying to sell something that was going to ruin theworld yeah or he was trying to save the world, and these people were trying tosell it and was a virus. Like literally he's like where's the virus, he waschasing off these people to find this fire so that we're going to sellthey're going to put out in the free market and it was going to spread andstart hurting people that move his weight made into two thousand a D.Eighteen, it's fucking crazy brow. I was watching it yesterday and I'm like.Oh it's like some weird it. You know and obviously had the thing that billgate said, like probably five or six years ago and a Ted talk about virusesand that it's yeah it's good. It's just going to be really interesting,footnote in society like Abbey being born during and all and that sort ofthing as well. They come yeah. It's going to be it's going to be somethingreally cool, to really cool. To look back on, I think, a hundred percent andnot to mention not to mention how many, how many times since sons, praticed Ed,all those things, I'm we really I'm really concerned and they the timetravel might be a thing and people just keep on coming back and can slowlystart giving information out just in case we get it, but we clearly don't.So I thought how hot is Vanessa Kirby in caritate name, Colbury calbary from cure, sir she's yeah they definitelythey definitely cast the cast that carefully that role, man they didn'tjust give it out any random, is so beautiful, good shit. It hurts looking at it. Justyou know, that's how I o You I got reminded by it. You can go on Yutureand there's a few channels that will just show you like four or five minutesand they might show four or five parts of different movies and they'll name itsomething. And then you just re watch like an important scene or just amemorable scene, and I saw one of the scenes it was like. You know. Hopes ina shore come together for the first time, and it made me laugh because thatthe both Statham and rock a really good good sort of committee, serious actors,yeah rocks not really that good of a serious actor but he's decent and I waslike fuck- is a good movie, and so I stumbled upon a few of those like. Even what was that movie with Matthew Mornay? It was came out in fortwenty four in the end of twenty four ten. Is it was a space movie? That'show I just a in the sal like I saw the final part of that I'm like Oh, my goshlike. I need a really watch that one that obviously inception like this. Ijust went down a rabbit, hole, dude, even Heath Dude, even Heath Ledge, thejoke in dark night rises, like all...

...those all three of those movies wereepic, but like his joker was just so good. I was like I love to seeing thatI'm like it's so good to go back down and just Belize. How fucking goodmovies can be bro Like how how the Jacking Quebec in Distilla was probablyone of my over time, favorite films- I I my one of my old time. Is it so gooda they a little bit? I mean a good bit annoyed over Matthew, monized accentcome over or an organ is a big of the winter as well yeah I was like, but itwas skycar. My Pimp, yeah or all great film likeemotions, were like all the way through is insane sky at the end you're likeyeah, nobody, yes, but as I gone, I mean he went down and they got washedaway. It was like no yeah technicality. Point of view. Someof those things were like you know. Some of it was good good, physicallyPOSSIB, plausible and rest of it was like you push Amos that went down theend they definitely had to. They had to get a bit crazy. Yeah. I tell youanother good film is with Chris. What's his name Chris one of the Chris's ChrisPratt and Jennifer Laurence, the films schooltraveler traveler, or something like that. Have you seen that film now Ihaven't seen that one or it's a Messenger Messenger. I think that'swhat it's gold, okay, so the films about. I just told you the quick plotright so films about Chris. They get put on this spaceship for people tosend to Mars or something like that or to another planet and to a journey.They it's like. You know a hundred fifty years or something like that, sothey're all frozen right and one of the capsules that they trow Chris prattsfrozen in moth malfunctions and he gets woken up. You know a hundred years before theyget to the planet right. So it's got A. Can I roll the plot for you yeah. There was another one that I sawwith Matt Damon, where they went to Mars and a similar sort of thinghappened to Martian yeah. So that's similar theme ye every on the plot gofor it, yet all right so yeah so invested then, and then he basicallywanders around for three years in the spaceship and then he realizes there'sactually literally a hundred and a hundred years to go and is he's goingto have to either kill himself. He tries to kill himself, but then hecan't so he realized that his literally has ahundred fifty hundred years to go so he sees Jennifer Lawrence and he wakes herup and he wakes her up right and he wakesher up and but before he doesn't tell her that hewoke her up. He just does er that you know her. Her Capsule Melton turns the pot offyeah yeah yeah. So I feel like this plot sound familiar. Are you sure it was definitely ChrisPratt? Definitely grosbeak. Okay, you must have seen the film then, becauseit's not a very ival film, but the blots great right but yeah. So whathappens in the film, then you go. He eventually, you know wakes her up andthen this spent like almost a couple of months like not even talking to eachother, and then they eventually start talking to each other. She gets pissedoff about like just having knowing the fact that she's gonna she that her lifeis gone eventually. Eventually, though, the eventually the truth comes out. Somehowshe sees a recording on the specie of him breaking her up. Oh Yeah,definitely saying I definitely seen it yeah yeah and then and then she gets soupset and you know get so upset. Basically someone was saying so shegets so upset and she gets mad at him. Eventually, the end up having a life onthe specie for a hundred years and die, but anyway they had kids or somethinglike that. But what was interesting was there. Someone said if you, because you,because you spend the first half of the film with Chris Brand wandering aroundthe spaceship and being basically in a societal. You felt bad for him, but ifyou saw it from Jennifer Roese's point of view, when she you know this dudebasically murdered her. So to speak, you know, but it was interesting. So the wholething was yeah fer bit fearingly interested of a moral ethical questionthere. It was a really he was going to survive by himself yeah. He couldn't sothis other movie. I might be confusing the ones, but I think this is the oneanother one. I feel like I've seen that one and this other one with Matt Damon.He and another person had a choice. They could on only one person they.Basically someone from the outside had to turn this machine on. So one personhad to exist in the present time. The other person could be put to sleep andcome back later and then he sacrificed himself and but I think that one wasactually in space or there might have only been one pod that was able to goback to worth. I think o that's, maybe...

...what their one was, but that wasMartian potentially always another, but yeah conceptually they're reallyinteresting movies because they get you thinking, it's a little bit sort offiction, but it's like it's got kind of the aura of like t, you know nonfiction, especially with Alan Mosk, and that sort of thing talking about Marstravel when yeah. It's t they're good movies. Like that, it's good, I feellike it's good, good mental exercise to waste energy on, like you know, it'snot just Kadesh and mouthwash and big brothers, a like e, like most of the stuff I likewatching, is something that you know. I mean it's not saying likeit's Makin, probably not making any better as a human, but at least it'slike engaging my brain where I get over all people like watching my numbingthings. I think I'm more interested in watching things that are more engaging eating. However, I will watch a reallygood comedy film would any other week til like lasting is medicine very ahundred percent. Be I don't know, I don't know, I can't do drama or, likeyou know, just overall nothing else, just drama yeah yeah. I find it quiteboring because it's like Ye, why I want to make myself sad yeah as if life isimportant as it is, you know, yeah and I'll just put holes into the story,I'll just put holes into the plot or in the acting and then I'll just be ableto just in myself from actually getting a mostly engaged in the show or themovie, like that's the best part about those things you picture yourself beingin there, but with comedies, because they're so funny. I just forget allthat she and I actually get involved in. Actually that's a good yeah. I mean Ishowed Charlotte's Mam. We've gone through, like we went through a kingdom,were waiting on animal kingdom come back out. We've gone through a coupleof different shows together and I introduced her to the marvel cinematicuniverse. We've watched the first season of dead devil. I was going toshow her Jessica Jones, but I really wanted to watch the punisher againbecause I feel like for me. The punisher was the best one, so we're upto the second season, the Polish, an Ow brow that is John Burn, thought that issuch a good fucking series, like you, cal, been so redwattled as well. Ithink I N he's gonna real like punisher. Is My favorite play a fair way yeah? Ireally liked dedeviled it's a little bit slow and it's a little bit moremistick. It's you know. It's got that sort of thing. It's still very good.Don't get me wrong and it has its points where it's as good. In terms oflike the way the show is made and how clever it is, it's you know it mightebe better, but just pure entertainment and just like excitement for eachepisode. The punisher is like I'm just Jadot for every other like to punish,is just the best yet so er so good, but I'm the way that they interlapped. Thedefenders was a complete fucking, let down, but I'm like Jusgado esinterlapping in the first season of the cage and obviously season two and threeof dead. It is really good, but I am fish just focilat me. I probably won'tgo back and watch that, but she really like dead evil. She I got of the firstsix episodes of in fit first six or seven I really like, and then they justthey were. It would just kept Rao way too long. I think we mereener it waslike. I wanted more episodes. Dead Devil was my favorite, because it wasjust so well done and was so intelligent. That's why I rely liked it.I didn't really a personally. I didn't really get into punish up. Probably Ijust I don't think I gave it a chance to get it to yeah. I think if youreally watched it, brother you'd profit you'd, try her. You YAH'RE gonna, putthat on my list, but yeah talking about good shows this is it's going to be amission to get into it, but I swear to God. If you watch up, if you a game, Othrone, O spacking them a Jack, never not. I stopped watching that shit afterthe first second season, so I went through the first four because manCharlotte went not a tangent and then I came back for season eight. I watchseason eight and yeah, I'm glad I did it that way. I don't worry yeah, I'mnot interested in that shot. However, there's this one there's this show yeah,I o not stop watching the moment. I started right, it's so brilliant, soclever and it keeps you on the edge so original show is, is actually inSpanish. That's why God translate it because it is, it got so high ratings.It's called money, heist yeah, it's in French! I think it's inSpanish, okay, yeah I've heard is really good. That might be one of mynext ones. A Ye is fucking good, Dude Yeah. It's I think it's probably one ofthe most clever te shows I've seen in the past ten years. Yea It is it's upthere yeah. I can't compare to any other TV shows that I like as Wat yeah.It's just so like every second year on the edge of the seat. I mean you can't compare the thing. Is it's sodifferent that you can't compare to any of the shows like what Ye Yeah you know?Ale? I could say you HA. Your mother was good, but money. Hist is a wholenother category of a show. Yeah so yeah give that a god. I would highlyrecommend it yeah, but I don't know. I wasn't. I liked how Imet you, mother, but I never I neverwent ball. I went never went toballs seep into it like I like the...

...shows, but I never I never like it waslike to enough men. It was really good early on, but I try to watch it now andit just doesn't doesn't hold up like it has an aged that. Well, dramas aredefinitely the best shows in terms of like getting the story and getting themotion like those at one like that. But I don't watch as many I watch a lotmore comedies on the same as you be good drama is the one that all that's aone, that'll really jag. You because it's because I guess it is serious yeah,that's why I feel like you're, fucking love, punish right like a it yeah do itagain, because I went back and in the so I watched the first season. Icalled it my favorite season of TV ever like I fucking loved it because it wasjust so high pace in the second season, the first three episodes, so they werereally weird, so I stopped watching it. So I'm actually going back and we're upto the episode six or something of season. Two now and I've actuallyhaven't seen it before I've only ever watched the first three episodes of thesecond season, and now I'm going back. What a I meats like this is as good asthe first one, if not better so yeah, pretty happy that I'm prettyhappy that Uel life it as well, because it's sometimes it's hard to find thosesort of shows that you can both get into a hundred percent yeah. I thinkyeah give money I to go, because I think Charlotte would like definite yeto it's one of the way o you more to go. Well, you get it once you get into it.The the only playlist on your phone is for a while is money highs, playlistyeah yeah are the music yeah. The music is great as well mess. Bad Yeah is justone o ways want some video games. I like that as a Ta and what was another one fucking Martha.Three was really good. Batman had a good one as her anyway we're Ramblin.We've gone one of our longer podcast and just just off the cuff. Just talklike a couple of brows. Hopefully guys are really like thisepisode. I really have enjoyed it. Just been good to kind of catch up and kindof talk from the coffers a little bit and and yeah. I guess anything else youwanted to add their brother. No. I think this is all all. It was just abroad hat, broad card at this broadcast, the tea yeah. That's what we got thebroadcast the broadcast yeah, that's a good name honestly was just more of acatch up it with you and I than that yeah big time. But you know what I'mnot mad, I'm not mad. I like it! No, no! No! No! We have to. I think we have tochange what our expectations need to be, and you know you put will put enoughout where they're going to be like this as well, and I think this will getreally real received. So yeah very good sounds good. All right all right got itup happy days baby. This has been episode. Number Twenty four hope youguys have enjoyed it, of course, not I'll. Let you go through the socialso that you give that a little plug mat before we see go for check out our website, theclever Dammim and you can find us on apple podcast, fortify, Google, podcast stretcher, as well ason Instar, face book and all the other platforms that you can think of. We arebasically everywhere you can also, hopefully I'm trying to find out how wecan get on. I had radio so don't check US thing yet, but I have yeah, but yeah were every where so checks ourjust google. The climate time is podcast. We should be right at the top.They have the best thing. As I heard radio live, they have the best thing.As Mac yeah, I will figure it out a very good yeah. All right, dozy,perfect lovely broke all right. Thanks, yeah thanks so much for listening.Jesus loves you, we love, you have a fantastic day, be kind to everyone, bekind of yourself as well and until next time. Thank you for joining us for theclever Dummies podcast, I'm lucky. That has been a nek good night. I.

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