The Clever Dummies Podcast
The Clever Dummies Podcast

Episode 17 · 1 year ago

The CDP // Ep17: If you want to change the world, make your bed.

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

In the Episode of The Clever Dummies Podcast Lachlan & Aneeqe Talk a bout the balance of life and the change.

An hello everyone welcome the episodes,seventeen of the clever dummi's podcast im lucky as always, joined by a neekgreat, while talk to again Migt a again today, I'm good man, I'm good, I'mhappy to be talking to you as well as it's Um. It's a real pleasure. You knowit's just like you've said it before. You know you're happy to Beh. It reallymade me realize how happy I am to be doing this PORTGUSP. Thank you, yeahnow, you're welcome. I didn't I an thank you to it's good hope. Anyone islistening out. Ther hope you guys appreciate listening to it in you know.We appreciate this pont and we just love doing at me and so yeah, it's verygood to be back brother Um first of September already. Obviously it'severyone's talking about how fast this he is going. It's just absolutely flyigby Min Little Abby, seven weeks today, which is pretty crazy to me and thatdeadlife is uh, is very real. It's you know very strong, but I love every mend of it brave and eventhe hard stuff and used to live in a house full of just poopers M. we've gottwo dogs outside and we got a little baby to opin Ta Chains. I've got someissues, digesting lack taste mate, so I'm ripping interrant, usually too so smellye household mybut, it's a goodhousehold, Brouh and Wen is win Er's. Definitely over up here in Crofts Magt,we're very lucky to have some warm weather in nicely coach, the beach too.So yeah things are comeing GOODB whatabotwhat about II. Today's thefirst day spring right September, end ofs. The first day of I bring that upbeautiful beautiful. When I was younger, I used to love theirst of spring forsome reason, and I just thought it was going to change everything yeah eachyear, o never really did, but it just makes me feel that way. I did noticethat last year, as we get a bit older, maybe one of the things you appreciatea bit more in school, it's like Shl holidays and sport and cricket season,Drekersayon E starding next Hadday. Actually so the boys ill beback in thenets, I'm sure, might roll in the arms over trying to drop that last Wen a coupleof kjs before the season at so yeah she up toall the boys out thereeerdafestival I mean Um yeah. Well, tist of all that sounds great. I meanpoppopas sounds like fund, I mean. How else would you have it right, livingthe Greene lody? I I sron problems migt, they goot to have theyre, absolutelygoo to H, mean seven weeks right, the seven weeks. That's how quick is that, like just I mean talk about this year andtalk about the past seven weeks I mean just sounds like the day we did theportcast off. Like Hey. You know just about talking talking about haver youright yeah. If that's a N, it's that senit. Definitely it feels like youknow you kind of feel everyday in a certain element, but the days blemetogether a big time. I was talking to someone at the gym today about it andit was Tuesday and I'm like yeah. I think it's Choosday Saturday and Thursday came together andThursday last week was like Tuesday. So you don't know what really, what day itis, but um N, I feel, like most people arein the similar bok twice about we're getting through what we've been goingthrough this year and things Ha litlecome good. I reckon so. Weshouldn't be too far away from King O getting back on on track in a lot ofareas, but AC. Might we just going to keep Living Day by day too? It's easyto take too much on board, and then you get to hit with S. that's definitelybeen the one theme of locked own, as, although all those surprises and kindof the left y left rights that we've been hit with both with the virus- andI mean hat what a tough year, we obviously is it Chedwick, bostsmen and MIpronouncing it. Correct the eatern Burya, a good bowsman yeah. Obviously,Black Panthe, passing away, it might have been two days ago- might have beenSurday. So probably what thirty of O fogus, or something like that had abattle four years of Colin Cancer, and he actually was doing black panthrerand did all the avenge of movies, and I think he was in one or two other ones:Walley head cants and Everythingso. THAT'S PRETTY PRETTY REMARKABLE! Soit's always easy to you know those unfortunate events. Kind of make. Youappreciate life a little bit more in health e, not too bad things really are well. Well, that's exactly that'sexactly right! I mean it's! It's been a long year. I mean, asI talk about this year. It's SOE, but I mean it's. It's coming pretty closeright. It's coming pretty close! It's Olly! You know September and Um. 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...because they employ so many people, butnow the differences there's so many of those micro businesses and t smallbusinesses and medium businesses that don't really fit into those bigECONOMYC companies, big economy, making companies- and I mean on top of that.The government is now sort of like almost kind of afraid, of those bigMONOPOL companies, as worso government kind of flat. Just doesn't Ma talk tothem and theres ' wone to talk about them because how much they controlthese days anyway. So it's not like previously government might havesupported holden. But now now, if it's it's a monopoly company like Googlegovernment is just almost afraid of Google so to speak, trying to band itin Astraya, Odnesdays weren't. They I mean T it's it's quite true. Now that'sright, Thi's, like a kind of a collective H. it's probably it's just a marketplace,there's so many individuals, and so many people in um who own businesses inin a position to have financial control of certain areas. So it's notsurprising that there's more people there's more people ne that are livingoff their own back and working, probably more entremaneus and morepeople working for themselves. Just because of what the Internet hasallowed so most definitely we're in a much betterposition than we were twenty or thirty years ago, the Internet to Te althingbecause it kind of transends life. Sometimes right like you, can youcan turn it virtual and you can figure out the same type of business withslightly different infrastructure and Bang you've got an online business thatstill works as well as it would, if not better if it was breck and warter. Soin that Lo area, it's really great and I think at human beings the nature ofhumans ave. You know very strong throughout history, Yo look at theamount of things that people have come back from and everything else. I thinkpeople are going TA recover from that too Um yeah. I guess the only thing that Ireally am concerned about is obviously the you know, the of efficiency and theeffectiveness that big business and government were ableto implement social changes and were able to control the population at amass level. Obviously that's a little bit concerning, but it's also notfrightening too, like it almost had to be done. That's why we have governmentthere. Sometimes we need kind of that invention and lend ust the socialeffect of obviously separating people when almost valifying groups againstother groups and live seen, obviously them rontested and then subsequentriots, small in O, very small part of the overll protesting headwrittinginvolved in for the most part. It's just the calse. Sometimes they callthem agent provocatirs and it's just bad people. It's just people that justgo in there just to cause trouble and they actually weren't a part of it butum thouge. Maybe those protests wouldn't have happened without the theworld being able to focus on George Floyd and now Jacob Blake and everything else, so it there is so much to unpack there. Imean really you it really is. I mean so you w t Olittlof what the last seven or eight months has gone by so fast as 'cause. So manythings have happened that as you're kind of getting over one thing,something else happens or it's just a continuing flor. So it's like the lastseven menuths we've had like five years worth of just aten she'd Hav y airafrormer, but yeahtrauma's, probably not a bad. The media's, loving, etlike theyr Lanthey've got their cock US Tleven, you know it. It is a lot to n pack thereright so I mean you. When we talk about the control, I don't NECESSR. Iactually think that its probably going to be one of the Difficultie, that'sprobably going to cause more of a difficulty, the fact that it's harderto control people now um due to the do due to the Internet. I mean you look athow what's happening in Victoria. People are protesting against thepremier. You know each to their own, and I've been listening to his pressconference every single day. Well, maybe not every single day, but listento thespes. Go Pall. calasses speak for an hour. Every day and say the same:Ony Redicouss, Awak, Tas Awak, if something major happens like yeah, it'stough, so Yo IEE, but I get what you mean the job he has anew. You know notmany people are actually no one's equipped to do it. That's why no one'sdoing it well? Well, that's wouldn't be, you know, put it put a Uckin footright,so I think m most of the time, particularly an Austroo leadership, istninety percent right and then tempe et wrong, and you know unfortunately, thenmay lose the next election or he may be taken out of power. But it doesn't. Youknow, T D doesn't matter. s like Penrud was only in power a few years and he umdid the big apology to native ofstrains through the indugest people, and he wasthere for only three or four years, but he did wor tat. You know paid his youknow, can kindof set him up for life in the sense of how important it was tothe country, so I think doctor Dan Ol, Doctor Danby Might Beue like Thatr rYeh dicided day and all that so of ship. It's it's so Billian a politics thatpeople forget all the time is that the dode that's in charge, isn't really incharge. He's just H, t hes, the Gud tat...

...speaks really well and he's got Taclain record and I mean yeah. I mean he he's got state of Amegencins play, soit does give him fa a bit of Control Um more than usual. So that's probably Ithink, but I I do want to sae that what I was going to try o d say is an yeahpeople. Absolutely always forget that I mean right. There is a great example.People know caus people, peopy, don't understand, politics is normally theywould be blaming their prominis right and right. There is a great example ofhow much control actually the prime mnister has overa state, becauseDanenter is doing everything s there's almost a whole functioning country.Obviously the fedrics federal government's COT influence owere likeit's, not that it's completely on is own, but you know you realize how muchcontr, how much of the GOVERNENC actually happens at the state level andUm. That's that's interesting to realize because most people whol pointfingers at you know the Primeistan same thing up here up there in America theypoint fingers at the President Realapartminster and the present arereally just a figure of you know figure because I'l tell you what they are, andI till you are den anesis right- and I said this to someone I said victoriansneeded somewhere to bla. It was like whether is den and his port or not h.We always needed a escape court. The reason being humans are too primitive,we're still too primitive, and I wer thinking it's too primitive tounderstand that suffering is inharient and there's no particular reason whyVictoria was the state that suffered the Moos, annew soccers didn't yeah, itjust happens to be trasare, I'm Blaz I't it yeah. I mean it wasn't going tobe. You know I wasn't going to be. You know W Donga or he wasn't o. He wasn'tgoing to be out. You know for hers more than Territe or something it was no onegrowty. You Look A and I thinkiis ou our brains really that primitive, thatwe can't get that through our heald, because you really look at the numbersfor a second. They don't make sense because you knowNISAT was on a was on a role. Even let's say: Ou know the whole cor hotel,corentine thing packed up completely right, but look at the numbers how theymultiplied. I really just you know. I just think it's just unfortunate and you know obviously he'sgoingto have to take the foll for it and he's, I probably think, he'saccepted and that's why he's just like you know he doesn't care if people seeas evil, because that's what everyone sees. I me at the moment. People whosupported him they're like well, you know Yo know let us go blah, BLAH BLAHBN, a lock down it S. it's truly interesting because,as if I was that I was him, I would know because there's no way, I'mgetting back into politics B or getting reelected. It was interesting play topull the state of power play card over the last week or two interesting timingfor that it really t m H, yeah, so elections are coming upso elections pushback, I mean, I think so when ather elections, I'm not sureyou'd have to look at Hem, they'e they're different across each state. Iknow I think Norvhen Tersha just had theirs Um and I think government particularly shy,but most governments are kind of using what happened in other countries as aguide, because we just don't really know too much about the virus. So it'sreally unpredictable and of course Estrala was not the last affectednation, but we we were, we kind of saw what was happening in the U S and inChina and Europe before I Kono Hid Ashl. So we kind O had a little bit of timeto prepare for it and react and that sort of thing and um e cordilator Leing Mor care for nowthey just not, they don't want to reopen, but they also shouldn't go theother way and threaten people the other way because Um like it's, you know we just at the end of the day, you'rethere to serve the people, the people aent their doserve views. So just because you think something's, theright thing to do doesn't mean that is, and obviously he's you know, he's notthe one making the decisions he's getting advice from you know the rightareas, but H. sometimes it's you know particularly weighing up nowit gets to the stage where you have to look at how long do want to be hut down.I think you have to ware up the the trade off between Um the effect onsociety and how you know how bad the virus actually isn'tto even talk aboutlocking down for another twelve months. I think you probably deserve to get setdown after that people. Don't forget that thing. You know sumny one that'llcomment: An people can change and we all change our opinions. So I wouldn'teven care personally, but most people don't want to hear that sort of thingnow so yeah coal, you find a day yeah. So actuallyI didn't realize that the state election for Victoria is actually intwo thousand and oin two igheighteen November sa Yeah. So I had wi yeah he's gotenough time to do it. I mean yeah. People might forget. Who knows?That's probably, why he's probably setting a good example ecause? He mightactually have plan in his head. Who knows what's happening there just beingover the causous, I think so. Yeah I mean I would appreciate a little bitglimmer of hope from him ecause. He is very PRI, pretty pastic FRIGHTA. Itlooks like a yeah. He looks like a...

...boody, a lawyer, who's been doing it so longhe's like a this cat. You know just Si Y. I mean I mean the way he says it isww he talked about. Is that cal I'm disappointed that it was a beautifulday in Victoria. I was like, like I get. What you're saying, but you know, comeon Dan, like you know, Cutu some slack we've been in here for a while you knowis. I think that that's important, I think, as a leader is important toinspire, which I think previously has but um. Maybe he is just tired as well.Who knows? Well, it's Ri. He try to go to one foorty game on a Sandiavo ormight have been marrison Ho Holl get into him, because Oh no notic in off,it's like just relexcars they're, not really doing that much so you knowpeople like to think like they're working around the clock, but it justdoesn't work people. Just people are doot. They don't really understand whathew things Li, like Ome Mat like I said before: Humans Human's brains toprimitive, not all of us on average they brings are primitive, that theydon't understand these things and wt most of they don't want toalways. You know it's easier to be easier to just jump up and down andcomplain about something talking about complaining about something thereis,something that Iwas wanted to talk, one by you, an exicand of discussions onthe portcast people, protest people protesting everything right like y Knor like signing patitions for everything. It's getting to the pointwhere it's like you know it's getting so saturated. It's like petitions is sosaturated that it's like it's like. You probably make social change. Nothing ishappening because you're just trying to make social change, like you know, no one is focusing on the importantanymore, but everyone's just doing their own SOURC to change someone. Youknow someones Trito, don't PSI this Partic Pratition, so we don't cut ownthat particular trou on these particular things. It's it it's yeah. I thought that waspretty interesting because Um, I feel like that's getting dangerous,because people get desensitized to social change and that will just becomeyou know. 'CAUSE, no one will care about Changingany, that's right, andthat was the big concern with them. Um kind of the overseeing of PA. Theoverstep of power is making people kind of getting people use the idea of beingtold what to do twenty four seven and that's the same principle in thatregard. This two people kind of think about that situation in two differentways. Um Fact I ilitially just lost my trialof thought it was a good one. Whatwhat was like the last sentence? You just said I ia just saying that w people aregoing to get desensitized to social. The idea of social change and ait waslike all the not canceled colture yeah cantercolges pretty much, but althoughoverpetitioning and people being upset about a lot of things, it is like Um Atthe, one trainer thought and not theone that I subscribe to. The most is people that don't experience enoughadversely in their lives like to create a little bit of animal sity, somethingto overcome overcome or a Tam to kind of be on. So you know something to bepassionat about Tomei, to stand up something to fight again an oingandnmore than exactly rinten. The second one is just it's community, it's likebeing a part of something so you're a part of the social group or you say,share the same ideology with someone. So you it's kind of like a mutuallybinding thing and you're a part of a group, and then you go ahead and pushthrough it. That's what our society is based upon it. Those things are reallygreat, but just because of where we're stuck out right now and a little bit ofthe world we live in, and the wayppeople the way people rationalize and areoverly reactive to things that happen instead of Um kind of insightful andtaking it in it's just about a reaction. It's usually it's usually negative,like if you try to bit react to everything, you're, usually going tostart getting negative, because it's just what it is right like it's. You can be very positive, so I thinkyou can. You can react well most of the time, but I think if you're constantlylooking to react very strongly, thes ithnk you're, probably going to find iteasier to be a negative reaction, because it's a little bit easier ashumans to be negative right. Just kind of like to trade like we can leve greathappy lives, but we can also undo a lot of that work by being so Banygive, andI think it's also probably just the way of people's dealing with the time welive in. Unfortunately, and it's sort of S, we were on a path were on thatpath anyway, right it's like just magn, it's like it's just sped everything up.Twelve Ed ed months, EVERYTHINGV got a chance to get some attention now,because a lot of people are stuck at home and look at Te Ins, a he so thosgesocial al, those changes or those things that are happening have had achance and then with the good comes, are bad too. You kind o just get morewater on er the bridge. It's it's always negative. The reasonwhat you said about it's sometime, it's negative. I think it's always negative,because negative gets more attention M that'sthat's. Probably why iestl easierto highlight the negatives than to always propose a solution, because youever if you ever look at a workplace,...

...you know you'd always see, there'salways that one collegue who's, always just you know picking Chir on everyone,but never propose a solution. You know an IT's harder to propose a solution,and it's easier to just you know, pick pick out issues because anyone I meanyou, it's that's how movie critics work I mean so this you kN W movie critics,I actually think are probably thecomis of the scathe, the scaminces of theartsrihe or any kind of Cridit cride, because you think about it right andthe way I wel e anyjnest, the their right negative stuff right, they'e,write, negative shit, negative shade and that's how you know: That's howthat's how they seen that someone they n something they know because they'relike well, don't go to see this movie theres there's a really interesting Umin I N' Is there's a movie called Daladall dilamite MN ptolomite, it's aninteresting movie, but basically, when that movie got made, it was like one ofthe Firsth uh one of the first major production with all M black CASTIN airwite yeah didn't Noyeah. They made the movie themselve and recently there wasanother Netlix movie that go made about making up the movie Um, so that movie basically talks abouthow all these creiks rated the movie hrendous right, but they weres linesand lines and lines of people trying to wait for the watching movies right sowhich was interesting, so it just reay goes to show that how people peoplethink and then again people. You know how funny it is that everyone actuallystill listens to those critics, despite the fact that it maybe like you know,because critics are always going to do what they do, because that's that'swhat's worked for them. Sometimes we will go watch that movie, because ourfriends are watching the movie. 'CAUSE HEMANS are jeciliand. We get influencedby everything we just like you know were like a balloon going left andright, like you, know, wirh the air coming out of it. We just go left right.whateverwever the wind takes us. We don't wouldn't even stop to make ouourown mind Um, and I think so that that's the whole concept of the basically whyyou jump up and down about something because IV always thought if you wantto change the word right. If you an a change, make real change, it's you willnever. You will never fix the macropoems right M, like the majorpoems you'll, never fix ino quality between men and women, but you gottafind out. I mean you can't fix it right, but it will take so much longer if youdirectly try to fix that one problem. What it's actually doing is you'll findit's probably a smaller problem that sits way downdown the root somewherethat it's actually probably causing six other major issues at compans. Right,yeah it a right if you go fix that tiny problem that tiny problem you'll solveall these major problems that people like to talk about, because they theycan be seen and no one wants to go so n, like let's p. let's use this an exampleright nobone wants to know mort to go, make a toilet in aschool in India right and that's that's the thing right and then you thinkabout this for a second Rihe, if you think about making toilet in theschools in India right for for girls right in India, because there's there'sa high population of women end up not being not studying right, it's goine alol better now, but it used to be and and what they looked at the issue. Why?The issue? Why Women? Why girls in India, weren't going to school turnsout more school? Didn't have female toilets, Wy just think about this for a secondjust pe, because they're like how e Wa theye going to do because t don't theschools don't have Aal Owards? No one wants to go make a toilet in India inin schools, because that doesn't that you can't boast about it right. But ifyou did look at how many problems that just Goe, O pemale Popul Popuarpupulaces getting educated, yet they're, probably getting higher jobs, O Begonta get equality. Cajn, O Laven, Hitenn, hiting, they're Gointo, understand whatyou know: the Child Mortality Inf Mortality Rat's going to go downbecause the MOMS are going to know how to treat their kids and than on top ofall that you might have an economy that might actually start working a lotbetter, because it's not just one one, gender, that's actually working now yougo push inos working. So what I'm saying is like that's what I wasproposing and that's what I've always proposed with what I said to Ou Loklanthat project, which andisclosed project we'll talk about liter ther, we Saif.We can fix tiny problems that people P normas to give it normals to give ashit about, because you can't brag about it, because that's what it iseveryone wans to break about the proms you know putting the Coffee Cup back atthe cafe. Nomone gives the shipp Sai Mo Tas Jis intended, but no one does it.My my thought was a Idie if I put the coffee back cut back in the cafe andgive me to the thing that 'll put a smile think maybe face it bracer. Maybe maybe you K Ow,who knows what he was going to do right today and maybe what can a Moodife asall of O, a sudden that could just change the whole trojectory of his lifehundred percent or maybe e save hem later on t on tender and swap right andthey no it's you and then bag mate you're off to the races paying itforward.

ONENAND! That's that's what I'm sayingso. I think we try to fix major problems without looking at the rootsof them. Whi H, it', it's like Um! It's like we're trying to. Let's say: Ifthere's you know Um, we just I'm trying to think of a goodgood analogy for this. Yeah provention isbetter than a cure, so I think kind of we can apply thatmedically to cover yeah being healthy. Is Your Best Line of defence being wellthats working on problems and trying to make yourself a better person? A nicerperson makes other people 'cause. If you're an a good man, you're happyyou're going no do and be better. I think it's all aspects of it's allareas of life I mean so let'. It's look use a wall, for example, right. Let'ssay: If there's a there's a little hole in the worll Righe, you could put it,you could put you ow, you could just put tape on it. That may you know,solve your problem right, but still Lo Goin, to take away the whole that'stool dame because that's what everyone's starting to but cover thehole. So you don't see it and that's the same thing with happening withCencil cutcure, all of a sudden wee deleting from history that what wecalled were sort of you know, cultural in a cultura appropriation, for example,O Netli Ope, the oldhest movies are coming done, really we're just actuallyleaving the hole and Nowt we were talking about it. Sai Yep. We put atape on it. Don't let me not pretending, like it didn't happen, theten like on eon yeah. That's exactly right, so I think for that Sinse Everyoneis,starting Agr, yes ate thing would really need to address the Chey to thePROB, just like dieting as well, which is a great example. You know peoplejump on as soon as you see some. Whenever someone starts jumping onthey're, going to start on to gym and lose by E. First thing they do is Goo.They go, buy three hundred dollars worth of supplements and take it fromsomeone who's been Gong Tay for five years. That's the least of your ways.You know you know that look like how much yeah supplements help, but that'sexactly what theyre supplement yeah Thinoa in word, yeah and then th yeah,the psychology of WH. What people are that market is have really Benow tocapitalize in the fitness industry in so many industries with it insupplamentation is like small incremental changes to give you thatlittle edge upit's, not too uh it's not to he but like there is something to it.U A few times if I've gotten back into the gym more I've, gotten people in andthey've gone and bought some new clothing and all that sort of thinglike that, it's a little bit different. I think, like that's more of apsychological thing, so at's just a seat, the suplerment industry's, verydeceitful, sir. That's kind of a little bit of problem is the the PR theproblems or the solutions were trying to come up without really solutions orthey're, not real solutions. They temd o Gon to make you feel better. Like aprett workout. You know I'll have a great workout this time because I'mhaving pretworkout, but what in San I don't have my pray work out I'll leaveit at home. Do I just not go to the gym? I I'll come back next Tome 'cause. IDon' hat pretty workout. It doesn't really work. Did it Y it's the thing isI mean you're right? The preworkout helps right, but you know prework out itself meansnothing. If you don't go to gym. That's that's what that's what I'm saying andyou know yeah you could take preywork out. You know it's just useless without,if not going to the gym. Infxs probably is bad for you, an Tonli, definitelyeah A, and you look at another example that I wanted to use was when peoplejump on a die. The first thing they do is they go shopping in the shop?Excessively, that's I've always looked at. I'm likethat. Never makes his human to cut down you, food, OT, yeah and- and you knowrecently, I've been thinking a lot about this. I I was like Oh ov, theyears and I've just wrote down where I went wrong and I've been doing a lot ofanalysis using this time to analysise my different areas and looking at the preconceived Dana that I've had to lookat different things like what's going wrong. Why E my diets never work, and Ireally thought about it at so, is well the reason my dits have never workedover the years is because there's to reason, first of all, I'm always ditingfoot for a goal right, CYC. Let me get shredded and that's be right. So that'swhy we want of the major problems. The second problem is the second pom is whenever I diet, it'salways so complexits like I'm having like out in the morning and then withlike berries and then carte cheach. Wh T, like you know who the fuck does tatlike w an N prefing for eighteen days, yeah and this o complex, and I gettired of Mamu preping the next time. I have to do my sashetize foods that youdon't norly Adygrat, so you know a ckat eating it. ' E Not used to preparinghim an yeah that isn't it. Yes, I was telling you about it. I took a newminimlistic approach to dieting right, so I said okay. Well, you know I needto I'm still going to balance on my Mecros, but I'm just going to take thebeer minimum and eat like blent food, which works on my thing for es forfortlight for the next twenty five days, Al or thirty days right and which itwas was basically I'm having. You know four ex for breakfast, like three X,fro Breakfast with a slice of tost M Slicieo, tors hundred grounds ofchicken, with with Um with like vegetables and for dinner, I'm havingbeef means with some more vegetables,...

...and that's IT H. T nr, fancy borterYeah Ere's, nothing exciting about way, comcomplex. When you explain it likethat, like you're explaining exactly what's in the food, so it soundscomplicated, but it isn't. You need to have a little bit of a plane. That'sall that is just a plan of what you're going to eat. So you understand thecalories and making sure you're eading good food, you can't to say ou moneygoing to eat two meals or what, if you fuckin, eat six thousand calories inthose two meals o. that's t wayit's everyone's going to be different, but Ithink, as a broad stroke, that's the best way to do it, break it down intoindividual meals. One eage food is kind of roughly how much of that food youneed without getting. You know. Eighty five crams an shredded cheese and fortyeight grams of dashed tomatoes like Wetot Gettin Toe, like that. That'sexactly the problem because inm the thingis and what I did and that'sanother problem. Every day I used to map everything mapon used to recordeverything on my fitness pal. Even that alone is such a hassal right, IASLI, soshit at it's a good aright, it's too complex for the phone, it's a beautifulact, but it's stool, complex right! It's like it's! The problem is havingto remember to do it yeah it doesn't feel natural yeah, that's right! Hers eFin at Y, so ow. I already know how many calories I'm going to eat for thenext thirty days, exactly how much macros I'm going toeat because that's all have to do. I mean it's going to take a little bitmore discipline because there's no variance in my food but I'll get usedto it by the sementh day and they'll just be normal. That's right! Yeah! Youcan you know I like to sometimes when I'm doing that approach I like to cratelike a longer fasting period and that does promote a little bit of fatburning and creates a natural CCOLORIC deficit because you're, not you, know,you're limiting your window, you can eat in, but you can definitely pushover your calori budget. You know in an hour like you can easily eat enough,but I feel like when I get fist a little bit longer and maybe I can buyna meal or I make a couple of meals, bigger and smaller when I get that faceter, something like something about being really satiated and really fool.That makes you feel really good and it's like l that hardwork pays offbecause even though I'm dining man, I just ate a shit load of you, knowchicken Sailad R, like I just had a shitleter pass, the back with you knowwhatever it is, it's like that's. You know I kindo, like that's 'cause, I'mso offood. Most of us Ave, foodes men like we love our food, sir, is aboutenjoying it too and finaly like little ways to enjoy it in that regard. Well,T. Well, that's aid. I mean mate sources, Dude, don't be afraid Y know.Anyone is telling you to cut out sources and salad, dressings and salt, and all thatmiththe Zelit there Nazis calaboff Y Kno, a IA SII ye life. The thing is, most people aren't m.most people aren't cutting for cutting for a a show right, so they don't needto. I gues S, O o. We should eive taoout resting PC S, itis, probably notkin, ov it safe. Is it it's? No, it's not coit safe. It t s what it tas iswell like, and I looked at my dead and I was like okay. You know what I'mgoing to look at this dites. Not only s a diet, I'm Gong to look at it as like.A M like a exercise towerd like Higawarenesses, also almost trying to do that monk like mentality. You know thatUm so trying to do the Mang mystic hit's, because I've also realize, whenI eat less in minimum, actually feel a lot more Um. I also feel a lot more umconscious,like I'm, always aware, like way more aware than usual, do you find h t I think you're in mute,Lockland O sorry, my bad? I just had a cost before and I didn't turn it off. Ifind it the same case because you um but yeah agree. I agree it's Kinda hard.I I didn't hear the last part of it Sorri. Could you repeat that Ik it also?I would justi fully cut in a in the IT. I I was saying that one of the reasonsI was looking at this somplistic diet as well and ECAUSE. I also see italmost as that monk kind of diet as well because with with training yourbody, actually you know I personally try and been trying to O know make suremy brain is keeping up as well, because without without these day theres. Somany aspects to in Wel, like obviously I learned so much- I read so many books,but I've also I've also looked alone at that. You know monk mentality of youknow trying not to get so like that up and down, especially in this this eraof like the cobe nineteen was so hard like that up and down up and down won'tday, Youre excited the next Dar you like, Fak everything you know so tryingto find that middle line to sit that and realize a lot of that is like youknow, you look at the monks the way they did the life. They were neversuper excited about their training as the what they did. They also weren'tsad about it. They Lin this happy Middle Yeh and I thout Oto, and thenthat's also, and then, when you start thinking about it, what happens isevery time you lose control? It's like lets when you get angry, you're,pressed and Sart. Getting sad I realize...

...is that when your awareness it startsbreaking, and then you know how hyperware of things you are that a soonas that starts breaking, you starts losing it. That's what happens when youknow, but I find I can fn keep your focus. Mantiniofocus, but I find when I'm n o like on a CA deficit died. I'm a lot more hyperaware of things and, like a lot more Um, a lot more focussed yeah, axcen Ye,you're, more conscious, Yoe, you're, conscious, almost twenty four seventhroughout the day of what you're eating and how much you're eating alittle bit so you're constantly thinking about it so you're, all younever just like plunked at and you knowir, just aiting to wait or you'vegot a plane with it. So there's deffitly, I think a really good m kindof sensial direction with that and that's Kindof the biggest thing withthe time we live in now like we need, we need to cut out a lot of theunnecessary because there's so much mental energy that goes into somethingdaily that wasn't there before that. We need to kind of Wade in it out andtit's the same. We're training as well like without access to the gyms ofvouya different story, but even if we are training like we might not have as muchtime as we normally would- or we just don't have the Energy Um Um, you know to naturally go in there oknow destroy ourselves every time, so even even training wise. We can. Youknow if we're going in there doing save, for example, like we're doing sixdifferent exercises, wee doing dropsets and change weights, and all that sortof thing we can just chill I'll go in there. I'll do four different stationsI'll go through each one, a minute I'll do that for twenty minutes and thenI'll get in there andi'll get back into it and that's kind of like where weneed to be it. Most. People need to be af that right now, because it's itseems to even be one extreme of the other right. It's like really high,like Oh man, I'm feeling good I'm going to smash, Thi, singe, really low andyeah. We almost need to live in like that. We need Towev. The animalis is agreat way to look at it all like Simp, simple Si, not symple, simplystickesprobably better than miloness six. It just look at the twenty eighty,twenty drol wheighty percent of Sh. You can cut out and D, keep the twentypercent and still get the eighty perent yeah yeah, that's it's it's master,Principl, it's it's great Um and it's and it's so Um. It's so appointed in right. Now, like that suchwe knew it was a great concept, but that is such a breat comcep right now,like today, absolutely yeah, yeah, that's Aso! OVERTHABOOK MAE isexcellent. Um, it was the EGRE participat school yeahthere. I it particpants Wer, there's a few books Apon, I think there'sactually a book called eighty twenty rule. THAT'S A brillin book! U TimFerris, actually talks about team Ferris actually has this little bookletthat he launched recently and I loved it any Bo. He said seventeen questionsthat changed my life and one of the questions ir read. N. I was like thisquestion is brilliant. The question proposed. How can I fix the problem?What prolems can I fix? How can I fix a problem on? The only thing I can do iss substract, because whenever we think about fixinga problem, we add we just throsh it on you know. But what problems can I fixby only subtracting- and I thought that was an interesting question and I'vebeen really thinking a lot about that kind of philosophy, because a lot of the time when you think aboutthe fact how we're fixing problems and how oaddress porms so most of the timewe just throw things at a problem and how many times can you get re like howmany thing times? Can you subtract from a problem and that will sove a problemwhich is which is interesting: Whe Wile ther be for training and how you'rfeeling is well, you know it's M. I been. We justgweget overwhelmed a lotof the time, wh N, when we're trying to challenge ourselves and we're um, doingsomething new or w're doing something. That's difficult. It's like an easy couter measure orjust a natural balance that we have deep in our in ow soconscious, mind tokind of fight against it or not be so sure. So we kind of take thatuncertainly instead of like a necessary road block blake how you're going todiet and then the first couple of week ts going to be really hard instead offfolding and quitting there. We have to understand that. That's what's going tohappen, so I think that helps too that, like a little bit of planning with itelittble of understanding of what's actually going on and trying not to beso reactive to it and understanding it's going to happen. You're GOINGTAfeel like ship, somedays and Youre training not going to be great andyou're going to go into work and you're, going to read five emales and not goingto Rembe N fucking Shit, but that's e, and for that's a verygood point and I'm actually GOINNA. You know I I've Read David Gogin's book Um,it's called it's coled stay Har! Is that what it's called me can't herd meright? I read that book and I love how much discipline and on ISI sellingviagracod say Ha Thatt, bewhereget, computhow, much wall, poering hadsright, but my theory N. I actuallyr. I disagree with him so much on thatparticular anaer. Then I would stand by. I think most of us. Unlike him, hissuperhumane capacity have absolutely no will we're basically creatures of seltsabotage. I all we do subsubtage. So I...

...like to come up with ideas andtheuorists, where it's almost impossible that you would break yourown commitment, yeah yeah, that's a good way to look at it. 'cause yeahyou're right what he talks about it. All. The time is just almost forcingyourself to do something saven. If you fail at something you've tried so hardthat is es, but it's not sustainable when it's probably only practical inone or two areas of our lives right isness, you can be a savage businessman,but you're, probably not going to be a worll champion crossperaver. Well,that's exactly! I mean he he's mentality of how much pain he endooresits quite to be completely honest, Aso. So he s PO epsychoric ran. I mean it's only relevant to fitnessand, like that kind of area, it doesn't really work for me in business. I can'treally just start moking on the door of a person over and over again thog myhand ges or that's no whay. You do it's really ANYPACICA. If that's what youstruggled with was the know, get doing the work kind of thing on Ayehat's,exactly right and I think it's better to come up with systems and tools thatwill force you to stick to something yeah mysely, most tatpanning, that just planning it out. Why Not Make Yit,make it Easi as possible. Like you know, basically, if you have a problem with,you know eating Shir, just throughout all the food that you have in yourhouse in the Shit right and you know all just transpor y like for example,saving money is that's what I do with teling money right. I struggle withsaving money. So what I did I created a count: Creature Acom with a bank that has aslow transfer right. It ases five days five days to transfer into my accountride. So I put money in it. Let's say: If I'm out, I'm like oh well needMoneyn need o Trat, where it takes five days to transmard to my nomore CossanBenann anyway, yeah yeah. So I can't do it so I'm like well, I'm saving or OFIin I'm having more money. It's not that I've got the more will to s money. Ijust lie in like Afark, more a yeah practics with it Um. I just know that Icun think of Li sugar and soft drinks and Kindo cutting out in love of thebad food we at is yeah. You've pretty much got to go Fulham one a lot of itlike you, can't just restrict it completely. ECAUSE your body's becomeadapted to using it and having it every day. But yet you know if people firstthing most people say when they're going O Dietis, they say I'm GOINGTOSTOPP any fase food or you know not going to go, get some n other way homelike it, those little things and yeah slow, litteral things like that littlewinds and then all of a sudden you, don't you don't want that. Shoit on theway home, because you know it doesn't make you feel good and, like my Dr,like I still have it from time to time, but my urgent to have fast Foodd, youknow nonexistent compared to where it was at one period of time and at onestage it wasn't always like that it was just slowly slowly, it changed. Youknow, I think, a lod of t and I think a lot of that is actually related as well,because whenever I realized, whenever I felt shitty about everything, I'veeaten more yet possible. Definitely T'yeah they're, never exclusive. The!Never! Never never had all these vacan care, sazing a box and things gotbetter for the rest of the day, like I'v, Never K, W I've never had agreat meeting or Dhea a heavy leg. Sashion an the gym and GoneateZingaboard andpox ride. It's always been having a shilty day. Her Oargument with someone couldn't go to the gym because of cobe Nineteen Ficnd,I GNTO GOKFC an Aaga that I'm not yeah exactly it's so much of is related. We don'tlive nearavartis anymore, so maybe that was the last time we had a big piceplace trading Fada Shao in emadros greatest cabeb shop,mone of the Best Ol e Hea. I still missed this neckpacks. To this day Ihaven't had one stand up to it, so Sha ovany hope you boys, ar darer they', bekilling they're goin to be killed, Lik th, they could be twenty four seven folike her, my Gratshob, I think the Outon fo se, probablyprobably yeah, that's so anyway. So that'sthat's! That's where my had is thatanthis about the kind of things Iwant to discuss at the moment. The reason was so p. This focus because,like I said I gained since March, I've gained seven killers, Yeh Faidraraawhay Wain at Er, I'm at eighty, two Gilos Ryeah, still that's still not toobad it oit's O bad I' rapped I mean seven kills, is a lot yeah think aboutit y. You feel like you've gotten too old to be doing that y a I got yeah. Igot up to eighty three just a few months ago, which which, which is you n. It iswhere it is Kno. I decided to jump on this new tite and trying to Um justyeah just trying to get this diet that just I don't break and I feel greatabout it and the biggest thing is. I look forward to eating food now, whichwhich is such a weird thing, because you forget how how interesting it is toeat food yeh yeah when he's not over intoling Ol, your yeah, you make themost of when, if you do have a yeah, wh n yeah, when you're more restrictive towhat you eat like you, definitely enjoy when you do give yourself a chance toeat out, or you know, just whatever...

...you're doing it's so much moreenjoyable when you're always constantly eating shit. It's like o. Here we goagain and it's like, Oh and, like your body also becomes a dactive to it aswell, like I really notice it with sugar like and like I'm pretty, I'm pretty offlike black, like black toast now, so I really can't eat milk. Even if I try to,but I think like Lawlis are a big one, because I've always really like allthese, like people have that finger. Chocolate and chips like Loles is mything? U So the more I eat it like the less I feel worse, but it's because myboddy's getting used to having it and then the weight comes on or youstart to feel you know a little bit less every day, whereas you have itvery rarely, then you have it you're like all this is rubbi. I don't want todo that again, but your body con is very adapting and Um kindof playstricks on you a little bit so that can definitely work for Um. That has, towit, is what works for being positive and posand. Changing he life or theBenasse. You have to even know it sounds Canta Shoif, the things that getyou n get you stuck and undone in your psychology in your way. Thinking of thethings that are going to help you too that's pretty like a little bit hard torapubate around. Maybe but like you know, our greatest kift is oftenourgreatest curse too. Well, that's that's whe. W Ma, be Imeat being so structured and regimented is what got you to the dance, but it'salso what burnt you out. You know not saying for you, but that's yeah. That'swhat can happen for sure. I think th, the moral of thisconversation O whet we're getting at Mitis this two, the first FIS moral, is whenever you're looking at a problem orwhenever you're trying to fix something, I mean kind of all, runs up. Like t eworks together, wheneverwoe Tryg, to fix something whenare, we trying to fixsomething yourself, wheneve, we trynd to fix t a social problem. Look at therout and how can you you know, fix the the basic like? How can you fix T ou obase of something that will actually you know create create this? You know Um, create this better word for everyoneand for yourself and you can become what you want to and same thing withlike and you don't and to fix a problem doesn't necessarily mean hit, has to beetravagant. That's that's Te Este Messag. What I'm trying to, I think getat e sisame thing it e as it doesn't have to astravagaint. Just Take Amonyour options just take away all your options. Leave yourself with only oneopion is the one that you think and you know, because you won't be motivated,just do it when you're motivateed and then just take away all your otheroptions. Y. U Kn W using that's another example! That's what you think about Um you yeah yeah, baks, PARFEC sens, becauselike in that food setting, is something that struck to my mind when you broughtit up. Just then was it's like. It becomes a social thing, so you go outand you might see this person only once when you're going out, but then you'regoing out to eat have if you drinkan, everything's great, but then Um youkind of become enablers a little bit because, like you con like then you'realways continuing to go down that path of going out having a few drinks havingsomething to Ait saeing that person having a good time and then it's like.We need to do that. Again, that's the only time we're going to see each otherand that's something that we all need to work on a little bit like. Icertainly have friends that the only time Yeu can get him out. There is whenbees are involved, or something like that. So that's a little bit of a harddecision that at first is to limit time you spend with other people 'causeoften times it's that Social Liman. That forces you to do things, but itdoesn't mean givin up forever. It just means like maybe for the first littlebit. I have to limit t once a week because of wis, I'm just not gonna. Iknow that I can't really stop eating when I go out, or I know that one betoss into ten ball, that's fine! You just don't get too crazy with it.That's fine just realize what it is, what it is and Beng grown up in IRN. Ican only really do this once a week, because it's licking o once just toomuch. You can't that's what a lot of people think about w dining or I can doall this good work during the week and then on the weekend. I can let go, butthe body doesn't work like that. The won he doesn't forget. The body reactsto what you do to it every day. So if you driving off the road for two days,it doesn't just come back in the highway and charge back on it take sometime to recover, and then it's in that halfway time, like after a big Benda,not c IV, not Havi bed to see iafter get into the bags wof the boysfor for days after you know after say, like having anig having a Sunday seion Soti having a Ew, a barby and a few bees. It's theMonday, Oll Toesday afterwards, where you get in trouble because you've Conayou're a little bit you're recovering from that, so you're not firing on allsaing those you might be a little bit down and then it's like shit now andthen eat more O, whatever else to make myself feel better. So, even thoughyou're just doing so once or twice a week or it's just t e weekend, br it'sjust a weekend, it it generatlly, isn't right, it generally isn't yeah, that'sexactly right. It's n! It's never is 'cause. Then it just starts a whole newloop and then it just keeps SOM. Continue it's it's like DominosDDOMINOS. What do they call those things thatfall over dom ofact Um that s th t?...

That's all it is and Um it's so fascinating. How and the thingis you gotta remember what's important and you go to that's wher you eend andyou're right, like you, you might have to cur out some friends and thestalking about monk. I think that migh, that might be t the Bord of the day.Righ talk him about monks. I mean they. They practice celibacy. They don't doit. They don't practice, sell besee while living with six women. They justgo liv in the Monts by themselves. That's right! Yeah! That's what I'msaying right! Ou Im a sweaty man with bold r! This we right! That's exactlyright! I O it's like you, know and m a one of my one of my friend talks about.He went to this Meditational retr retreat right and they said thereweren't allowed phones. They were givein like a plank for a pillow. Therewas nothing else to do, but meditate right for three days. I thought it wasincredible sa that makes so WAC sense, because you take all f your options andyou left with what you want, what you truly desire and you gotta Rem, I meanthe thing is Therei's nothing wrong with just getting drunk with yourfriends. But the question is: Is that what you want to do? If that's what youwant to do, if that's what you want your rest of life rest of your life tobe than by all means to it, because it's all about what's important to you! Yo! U Know if it's! If it's, if that'simportant to Y, do that ydefinitely, don't on a jump on a tide that is, youknow, restrict yourself because it only d 'cause to me. Fitness means a lot toyou. May Not like not you Lokain Experson, right Yep. Just like justlike that to me just like me to me, for example: Um Youknow surfing doesn't mean much right. You Know I'll skeep surfing any day ofthe week to Gole. If I'm surfing, U Will Never Rite Haven't, got surfing,haven't concepting yet so to speak, but wh, I'm saying if, if I like surfing,if I was good but doesn't mean that much to me ask scupefor anything else:Yeah, THAT'S WHYM! That's Ri! WHAT IMPORTANT YOU UNDERSTAND! T YEAH!THAT'S RIGHT Y! It it's resonating there with you and that's a goodexample, because it doesn't mean something. But then there's otherpeople like where I live particularly up here is Gitd of massive surfing saneand the boysill be ou there. If it's bloody hailing raining in the middle ofthe day or they' they'll be there no matter what will they love it? So I dospetally matter they just get used to it and it's the same with exercise like ifYot's, not really your thing Wer, you know it's going to have to be somethingthat's difficult to do, but just limit it a couple of times a week. Whatyou're going to do, if your Tryi to go in then say five days, you know backand bench and yeah it doesn't Worki going back a little bit, because Ireally liked the point you made about the arm going out partying and thatsort of thing like it's generally. The way a lot of people get caught up in isthe like the feeling you get when you're honor. You know on a hive fromspending time with your friends and everything's all good. It's that's!Actually what you want to live your life in, it's not actually the drinkingthat becomes something you have to do in order to reach that stage, andthat's h way that becomes dangerous. INTHAT's, where the danger is in everytime needing to spend time with someone you needs to drink because then yeah, then that becomes almost moreimportant than the time you spend together. So it's something a littlebit to think about, and I know there's definitly people out there ecause. Iwas one of those people, wl, probably ti them, and a lot of people. Don'treally really understand that about someone and then you kind of take thatount and it's like well, that's kind o true and it's not Gaese that person's abad person. It's just because they're, not we don't really actually have thatmuch in common. Apart from the t, the fact that we like to have a few beesfosho that's for sor and hat that's what it is and I think the there's alevel of where we listen to our bodies and we'll like listen to: U InternalMonologue or internal rself right. Well, listen to it and we go oh hey like agoing to go havbes or whatnot, but the thing is that our internal self- andyou know, there's there's a big thing about everyone. Talking about these D,You', listen to your Bor, you gon to listen to that Yoright! I actuallythink your body or you intermaself, is actually quite full of shape. rihtbecause give you a very recent example. The other day I said, I'm going to gofor a run right, and so I she checked onl my shoes. I was ready to go and, asI was about to walk out of the door, I'd realized, I didn't have her runningbells. Like Thoug, I put my phone in normally to put Mi and then my braindGoeswell. I guess this is your sign. You probably shouldn't go for a run. Imean it's slightly. It's kind of wondy outside also es. Doesn't your back hurt?You shouldn't got yeah Y, you, you don't want to run without, like that.Moolo literally very clearly went through my head of not Gog from and ifI had listened to my boy, my boy Cla told me not to fuck off and just stayhome right and I was like no well. I went for a one and I actually feltbetter so always the greatest thing to listen toyour body because you're in ourself at least listen to your body. If Yourelike your back, is broke Te, that's right, don't listen to you dot. Always yourinerself could befor share right, yeah and it doesn't know what it's all thepart of resistance. Generally, orl N, that's yeah! IT'S T's! 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...but you Tut ask you. Is that truly whatyou wanted is that what Youe, Inor Lois Doing Yo, Because that's what you'vealways done and then you probably don't even care about the ex person whoyou've been drinking with whe. You just think well, like you said Lo, you guysjust don't like like having beers. That's it there's nothing else. YouGuys Have Ein Common Um, so I think that's that's important to sort of lookat how that's sort of space and what you think is it really? What youbelieve in is that what you really want is is the question and it's all about a balance as well.Balance is important. It mist like not being clear hard onyourself, because yeah, but also yeah understanding it's it' is confusing, is confuse you calest, generally, nomost of the time deep down. If it's right, awrong there g like generallykind of Fah, but when I talk about balance, I see Ike, I often see peopleget so excited about the gym or fitness right. They said like the first week they made Ra lie sevendays straight. We've done that right! Tis! You train the seven days straight.You Y! U You, may you Wa made twenty four meals for every minute of the dayand you've got like you know, Kil Junes mapped out, and how much was that Grahmof tuna in tat 'cause you going to eat that to make up your macros the problem with that is that doesn'tlast that's gonna like thisil last about a week, that's exactly what itwore and same thing. The other day you know you go hey like I'm going to go tothe gym once a month. Well, that's also USELESSI WEL! It's no going to AFEC Ofind the balance. You know passion is hot, like I think people geta O passion about F like most of the time. You know. Pasiens, I've been really thinking. A lot aboutlike passion is a fool's arear, because you know you think about actually beenreading. This book called Um Melitations of Um Meditations, or let me tell you thebook's name: It's a Brelly imployant book M, basically talking about likeanimals right when they gotta get up you, don't animal doesn't get up in the morningand go not staying for a b in the bed for a bit a might nogoches gazelt. Youknow I just lay here for a bit because you know I'm tied today. It's too calldUm, so thit's just those kind of things you realize that we just think. Oh, weneed that mortivation, not really it's. I think. Sometimes it just depends onhow much you need to do something. It's called meditations of Marcus, aralarelics, realise B. It's a old book, Hes, the author yeah. I think it's an old Um old book all the time from Socrates,it's all the philosophy book, Modern Library, Melitations or MarkeRealis, Um yeah- I don't know, but it W. Basically,it's all about discipline and Ho, like you, know, oft how you feel finding thebalanceas well and he talks about being the person whois, no yeah, no super ecstatic about theslightest smallest of the thing and also the person who just carries like aconstant sadness on their phone for base or no reason, yeah yeah. They things affect themselves toonegatively and positive, nearly ecause. You want to ride that high out, butthen there comes that crash. That reas, I think, wee feel on some reallyimportant things: Mit somepoinant things in both our lives and somethings we can all do certainly, as included to kind of navigate the theworld we live in now, and certainly the future like N. unquestionably, theexact Goul be the same again, but u no one really wanted that anyway, H,one was pretty sick of lot of shit. We they might so sometimes you yeah.Sometimes you be careful. What to wish for cause you just migt Gete Day Yeh,that's it beautiful, bar migtthat was a very good one. Yeah. 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