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Episode 4 路 1 year ago

The CDP // Ep4: What are you buying?

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Ar Ig Hav my days think you guys verymuch ar joining us. This is the POBERDAMMI's podcast. My Name is Lucky:I'm joined by my best man and best mate, Mr Anikaw, going to ny big fellaw good,a bud good, a going good, yeah, oings good here. THAT'S WAY! Ro Good Energynow mid a very much excited for today's podcast four and four days we were onthe grind of this bitch, but now we're fucking lovein every moment of it syeah that great to be back with you, my friend, it's good to be back. You know last fewpodcast, you know this is our fourth podcast actually so, first to ar up thethird one is to go up tomorrow, probably midday or I pos it Morrow Abor, and this would begoing up on Friday. I believe yeah Friday, something like that. Well gethim we'll get a out going night to yeah. I think it's good, we'll just keeppupping it out spit them out. Wile ago, that's right. We've been getting somegood review. Some of my friends, some of Coleagues and you know, have chimedin and said it was good podcast and you know we check some retentions, sopeople are listening to the podcast all the way through which is brilliant,yeah. It's one of the one of Theso one of theone of the two things: either people really like us and we're doing a greatjob. It's secind people have got nothing bet to do yeah. Well, it'sdefinitely better both and in today's Day and age we can fuck around for aslong as you want to you might as well Fuckaroun listening to us, I reckon andyeah now we do appreciate it, and it is good to hear that people are not justlistening to support us but litening, because they actually like what thefuck's going on so yeah. This is yeah, makes us feel very good and we'll justcanpeep continue to make hem. I guess it's brilliant. I'm very happy makes mehappy so start with your day. I Guess Yeah, my dad was pretty good. I got backunder back into work today. Train pretty hard in the morning tried mybest a fast throughout the day today, but Itwas, just one of those days whereI just felt so fucking tired, so I had to eat, but now I kept it pretty clean.I had some banana. I had some arments and then I had a little bit of chickenand egg as well through the day, so that was pretty good. Kem might ket myenergy well to so. If I eat too much or if I you know my job, I'm out out angolf course delivering different different food to the boy. So there'salways a beat Pie and AMS reacher a fucking soft drink not too far away. Sothere's like a constant little battle that I go through. Tho stay away fromthat sort Hof food, but it was goodg to be back there and then I smashed likethis massive reto. Do you guys have guys with me an Gomins down in Melbourn,because we, my Gois? Yes, we do yeah. Why go mess yeah? So I am. I got a Igotta Begoi go because o the Ese Baker Bis. I got A. Igot a Po Po Brito, a spicy one with Halopinas at on top, and I was stillpretty mild. So that was a little disappointing, but hot et me. U PrettyGood, and I trained in the night to so. Yeah e went pretty well by the. Whatabout yourself H, yeah, look the usual wellis actuallywas a Ralther, exciting diy, so startedg o work actually talking aboutyeah. So I started the work bit later today because woke up toay was my dayoff from the gym, so didn't train, yeah, yeah so went to work a bit late andthen finished early ecause. I had a meeting at another place and I kind ofhung out there with some friends and it was brilliant. It was good, it was goodfun, yeah, no Ei and I had some yeah. What Taki Sir Yeah Nice Fuck yeahsounds good yeah we're talking about the food before it's Mad Ben. You can still eat cleanbut enjoy the food too, like it gives you like that extra little bit of likeo yeah. This is thevice. I was. I had like a funny thought today at work, andI was like it been only a few days since I've been there but sort ofenough time that you miss work and you forget about things and you just goinand see people again and particularly when you like working there, like youkind of look forward to t going back to work a little bit. Yes, alway a part ofme that is always like you, knowill have to put the effort in, but it justmakes you appreciate everyone and you kind of when you you know when youdon't see people for a little bit and people say like Oh know, we missed youal like it's good, O Hav y bath, like it that sort of shit makes you feelreally good. So I got a little bit of that today so that that's always niceand I don't like it funny. I don't like hearing like compliments about myselfvery much like I almost hate it, because I feel like it's detrimental, Ifeel, like you know it's going to stop me from trying my best but ma. It'salways the Nice lete reminder. I see you people's attitudes towards yourselfand people groing appreciated to yeah. That was that made me feel really good.Today, that's good! You need that, though.Sometimes I tit's on to go etis way. You have to one of the things that Iused to struggle with was taking a compliment. So whenever you know...

...someone would say something nice to Ilike, Oh you know you, you look not you look nice and I'uld. Look! Oh You youtob Oga, the Fuck Yeah Ay. You know, I thinkit's t takther for what they are. You knowtake them theyare, merely just people's opinions in the moment. So you know ifit's a Nice Tingi, you know yeah ye H, take it take it with gratitude and W. Ican't rememb exactly how I used to be, but I used to feel like I wanted tolike. I did things for that reaction and I did things like I did things sopeople would tell me that, and now I, like my intentions, is just Tho. Dothings the right way and feel good about myself that it kind of feels likeit's like a weird sort of juxte position like a weird opposite feelingthat I'm getting from it? But no it's really good. It's the same withlike listening to the podcast and that sort of thing like it's just hardbecause you're over and a local of yourself, but often times you just haveto listen other people because they generally know best. Well, that's it!That's it. There's a there's a there was an experiment done and theybasically brought in a hundred people and what they did was in. They put two knives and two or like so twoknives and one fork right and on the tables and what the experiment wasthers to how people would react to the extra you know it was like a. It waslike a it's. The unordinary knife is walso. It was like you meant to use it,they weren't sor. So what everyone else did was look at the person across thetheor behond that I it's called a group think I believe it is because you kowthe whole wis yeah. So the ter is that you always seen other people know best yea, because yea they're doing this.They must no better yeah yeah and they can be dangerous but yeah. I think, aslong as you feel good about your own self and what you're doing then yeahit's a all good, because you take other people's thoughts in, but it also goesback to kind of the old thought of like you. Don't want other people affectingwhat you do too much to so it's like a catch twenty two and it's like aconcert. Little Bettl, but OIT's O sor. It's still fe Iam a big believer on doing you or Y. U,like I like to geout O, you know people like Te Eter. Do you yeah doit's? It's a do you it's! You know just dowhat you want to do. Do Your own thing be different, be original yeah, that'sa whole thing: Yeah I'mlike Thet, don't yeah, always be you original. You knowon your own niche when you everything yeah m talking about being original. So today is a little bit of topic or maybe I suppose direction isyou know exactly what we just sort of seguate into this? You Know People'simage and how people feel about certain things and y opinions, and all that- and you know certain sellhealth, mental health items as well. Ther woeld previously spok aboutmotivations items, motivation, items that we spoke about as well so and wepreviously sort of touched on this topic as well. On the last episodeaccidentally yeah accillently Bringit, the clever diwn x, accidental brilliant yeah. So you know today we go in we'regoing to aim to talk about, or you know we mint not halfway through may changeour mind o talk about whatever we feel like, but you know the amies or maybewill we're thinking about talking about technology, media and the influence ofs social media yeah and like how it's kind of how it'skind of yeah influence our life, and I actually had like a really funny foughttoday, which is coincidence, and I was trying to remember it all day, becauseI thought it was actually like a brilliant thought or Bringun conceptand it's somthing were a fair way off. But I guess technology in itself andone of the things that I'm most excited about part from apple maps, I'm prettyKIP APLE, babs butwhat, the ofois like virtreality, like for a company toreally invest and figure out virtuality. So it goes to the next level when, likeso many people worried about the potential of like over, like it, youknow impeding on people's private lives and that sort of thing and peoplegetting too connected. But one thing I thought is like imagine for example,say like I like to go back and we all go back on memories, Ond, facebook orphotos, and we look at old, fotiage or old photos of what you know life waslike and how things were and memories and that sort of thing imagine you knowimagine going back on like an old, you know video tape right, it might be likea twenty first birthday or a my pe say. Your grandparents edieth birthday mightbe something bright and then imagine that person that you in particular, wasin that video had passed away. So you...

...can't say that personany will imaginevirtuality getting to a stage where the technology is so good that you're, notjust experiencn. You know you're, not just watching that footage. Wyu canactually go back and experience it, and you know people when you know whenpeople pass away and all we've really got to remember them by is our memoriesand photos imagine being able to like Hook into virtuality and likereexperience those moments like imagine how great that would be like that wouldbe incredible. Like my grandparents have passedon and this Ofer love onethat I've you we all have lost, people will continue those people that imaginethat, like a measure being able to go back and just sort of experience thatmoment again, I felt like that would be fregging. That would be what it's allabout, and it's like don't worry about what technology might bring be excitedfor what it is going to bring, and I thought that would be. That was like abriiant example of something that Wuld Amazing Ayou Seen Black Mees Yeh yeah.Have I have I not yeah one of the Great haes one of this I w like such a mostlyinvesting show like you feel, like every episode you watch. You like it'slike at, takes a piece of Ou soul, but it is so it's so original, it's soclever, so os so brilliant. The episode Tis an episode where that sort oftheory comes into play and with the girls husband passes away and she sortof gets a virtual version of imintes yeah. She gets really invested in itand it's crazy and then she eventually realizes like you know she completelyfalls in love with him again, but then she realizes that it's actually not himand it's like Ol. The Sad, saddest moments in the whole show and you'relike damn woa yeah yeah slope that it could be, could also yeahthat's sot of reaization. It's like you'R reexperiencing, the loss again ina way, maybe yeah it's one of those things th. I thinkand that's what the question is, is what we're going to talk be talkingabout what of the limitations and what? What is a? No, you know what's a nogame and what should be you know. What's what are we excited abouttechnology? And you know you- and I both are- you- know- excited about technology allthe time you know I work with methnology a lot and work with socialmedia and marketing. So I suppose I you know you know previousepiswas wel. We didn't call off US ourselves, experts I technically caninxu yeah, so I can call myself an ext Qit on top of that, this is a goodSeguato troduce, our first ever guest ot on did you want to take it from him, yeah, absolutely oe. First, for theshow sorry Ma I was just looking at telling at my old men Ted me doublemultitasking yeah, so I first guess: Rright here is one of our very closefriends, one of our dear friends, one of my favorite people in this entireworld, the Great Ma, terence, how you go on their brother can yo hear us, heyboys, how e we going alive from the basement. Here you go big dog, well es as long as your live mate.That's all that matters right yeah! That's it good to have you on my bloody.This is we're making clemer dummy's history here. First of I guess, howdoes that film mate? You must must beeo some sense of privilege. I'm sure Imean I do feel very honored, but at the same time I didn't expect anything this and youwas going to be the first one on here and I'm really happy that it came toreality so yeah. Here we are it's brilliant yeah we er happy one F,my friend sounding beautiful, as always it's good to have terrois as well,particularly for the topic that we're talking about today. So you know onceagain we can classify him as a content creator as well as consumors, because we allare, do you guys know your ever time spendon your phones per day. I can tell you right now: I'V got thatup yeahmineqited over the last couple of weeks, like it was last couple weeks I hadlike under under five hours ter day. I was pretty happy with that, but I thinkI got back up oader seven his hist day, so yeah ql. I wish I could say my timeon social media was that low, but unfortunately I'm they've got me so yeah, fop Doin Teaome. I pe a lot of time watching youtube so, like my numberis sort of get blownup a little bit because you know most of the time I'm like watching a podcastor something so yeah, I kind of justified in that way. Bactk today isbeen a big day. Today's eight hours and sixteen minutes her today was I'm everaging it to hours a day year, as is pretty goodod. I think, andthat that's including my time on Google maps as well, because they track thatfor some yeah any Timas ye, that's chaky yeah mine was yea mine, Averagis at six hours, andit's like four hours that is on youtrope. So take me my mind, saying Imy daily average per day is an our in seven minutes, which is completeballcrap. Because wait. Can I swear on this yeah?...

I wasn't sure E. I wanted to berespectfully obvously complete bullshit, because an our inseven minutes is not even ten. It's just that's just no! That's incorrect!Yeah in saying that I was quite busy today. You Know My boss had me working, I guess that's yeah, W reasonable yeah!That's right, and I guess it's: Maybe the phone might not be tracking it aswell. So this might be another reason ti Swich over the affe and they're veryaccurate. These things so goo the cheering othat's another bits get abetter AP yeah. I I wouldwas Talkno, it's Phis. This issome! You Know Real Dana, we sharing it so which is increditlve. What is two hours? One spending on yourphones? If we think about that, you know how long is Co hours tat, you Coul, you could get two of ourpodcasting yeah, that's right! You could double up on the old podcast. Youcould probably spend you now the rest of their time on how much time on inCognido di Reccord Bolis, he looks like AbeyCjustbrowsinthachosen, Thovdeo yeah. Well, it's the hard part. Sometimes Ayyou spend so much timerousing because you've seen them all, but anyway that'sanother topic for another. I think we can get into that yeah pornography yeah. We could do a full dedication norwe can get some live actors in there. Some some things- and I was actuallyjust thinking about one Wen o- don't o of as I do anymore,is like movies. I don't really go to the cinema anymore. Like I oftentimes,I wait for NETTEX aget it all. You tube pay like a couple of dolars watchaonthere, if it's like a really good movie but theres a couple of really goodmovies. I've seen this year like like not just good movies that wereentertaining but like legit, some of the best movies I've ever seen, andthat was the joker movie which Jo can phoenix ore. Your can phoenix a JackLan, Makin, Phoenix, yeah Wocam, my apologies and once upon a time inHollywood, two really fregging awsome movies, and I know the POSCAS is comingup pretty soon. So those are two movies that are likely toWintom mywards, but those both movies were just bloody briant, like how goodwas was bin Einthe O, like that, was a whole nother level, O I'm not Goingtalike going in when I fork, so I so obviously saw the joker film first,because I was released for before once upon time. In Hollywood. Yeah and going into it, I mean like I'd,always like those kinds of films, and I didn't really know much about workingphoenix but because it was a you know that type ofmovie. I was intrigued, T and a lot of my maids recommended me to watch itafter they'd seen it and they said it was great, but you know I was kind ofgoing in there with the Blindeye. I didn't really know what to expect, butyou know came out of it actually pretty pretty damn pleased with the film. Youknow it's great, like first of all he's he does a great jobat you know, portray yeah, you know the the story of the joke. You really getto. You really feel for him. And U really understand why hes sort of likewhy his mind is wide and the way it is and why he's sort of y you can see himas being some type of insane kind of person at yea. They really till Hese,sly, really well and then, as well as how it's shot. It's JEP, thecinematographyis amazing, the Color Gran Ye yeah. It's great hundred percent likethey tied it all really well and like there wasn't a lot of plot issues likesome of those sort of you know, and it wasn't a supeheror movie. So that'sprobably why Itwas so great and Tod Philips is the direct es. A an superhenaradic glay s really good, but it was just you were just entrat like itwas probably a two hour long movie, maybe something like that and just awhole movie I was like I was engaged the whole time. I was like Oh what'sgoingto happen next and you kind of know what's going to happen because thejoker like he's going to go crazy and kill people, but like it, sort of keptyou on the Edgy Ou feet- and I was like I just walked out of the movie and likea lot of people- spoke about the dark tone of it and sure it was pretty dark.It was Nowhene nearas dark as what I was expecting like everyone was jar,that's Gon! This thing is going to make you want O bluddy, you know make youwant to go crazy yourself, and it wasn't like that, but it was just like for him to be able to act in that wayand, like his body, composition in his body, positioning and he's even hes hopte look for the joker as well like just ha spacial, structure and and Wano atcrazy, yeah, hade percent and then well once upon a time in Hollywood was likeso uniquely different to that d thing I loved about that movie S. I canconfidentely say I've never seen a movie like that before, and it was kindof loosely based on the child, mets and Yo that whole ses and s, and obviouslyQuinton Tarentina like he does like he...

...puts his crady touches on things and itwasn't, you know, wasn't technically accurate to the story like, but it was his own crady flar and itjust sort of gave you this brilliant moment and then right at the end, sortof the whole movie been jade up this like this one lady just wanted to getgot, and then they blike best thei heads an that's like Ideoi isway, backthat this ight yeah, because a lot of people sort of know th the story of theyou know the childs Manson. You know that that all that kind of stuff, soyou know it's good that he's you know added Gr his sort of little twist on itbecause it just otherwise it's just too predictable. You know it just takes theway the excitement, and so they did or Boyy brucelead a little Durty, though Ifeel like they underheaded Im. Wul Bet eas he's a leged and ty they es awatdid.To do. I haven't seen them, we wanteto do yeah. So basically they had likethis fight scene. They were both in a movie together. I guess Brisley was amassive, obviously movie star and in the way they portrayed brutely'spersonality and they ended up having like they had their fights and they endup having a real fight and the Bruch. Lea Basically got efted up and it waskind of like all. Like you know, busely is the man like why r you doing that,but it was just, it was done really well and I it actually made me go likeI screw this cind like we want. You know the main protagonist of the movie.I can't remember what the bread pits. Character's name was the he was theactor. I sorry Yeah Bra pit the he was like the celebrity, who had sort of was a reallybig stard. He saw the fading. I can't row what his name was in the movie butyeah. It was just really brant and highly recommended abro. It's like sucha Great Watch and obviously I Michael Robin was in there and she might be themost attractive woman in Hollywood. So that's a go. Goodlenaaprhel is hesyeahjust to pieceof. You know at the same time Bruce leavs a legend. So I'mgoing to steak like that. You Know Yeah Tatyeah. I did my feelings were heardat first, but then I did something get over it and it was pretty cool but yeahthat was they did him dirty a little bit. I was ha great iw n III nomste that away fromYor but yeah. I highly recommend- and I just saw the OSCAS pop up. I like yeah,like Theyre gonna, WIR, all their wods thos movies, it's kind of like a bigbarrel like those two top tog movies, but yeah it'Sbo, fregging, great movies,that you feel like you can watch again and again yeah going to check him out at somepoint I mean see: That's the thing about you know it's hard because youknow going to cinema requires effort. Yeah, you know if it was a left, FlikSora spot wit, PAE anoifit was Quatifi crime videerthose. I would have jumpedon it watched it. Definitely I is teyeah. That's another thing like youknow, who am I going to have to take someone with me because for to beappropriate me, you go to Moviesfyeah Gota, like a midday session, sit Sitinthiss in Hebody, so kind of leaves into technology litle bit in itself like howhow unbelievably crative they are getting with so many movies in thereare a lot of kind of what I don't like about. A lot of movies. Right now isthere's like so many remakes and Redos like it's like they just don't have anynew ideas and I've got to come up with things, but when I do see a good movienowadays and then you can bui that with all the amazing things they can do interms of cynophotography and post production, editing and CGI, and that sort of thing there was 'a lot of CG on these movies, but like it yeah, it makes it just make itreally better. It makes it makes a difference. I mean one of the thingsI'm still waiting for is one of my. So one of my favorite series of all thetime and U K this is where the inner git comes out is Indiana Jons. I don'tknow if you seen m any of them. Lockon yeah I've just seen I've seen the as the one that's gross the most likethe most popular one, the lost temple of something or yeahit was like Isecond off ther, I loved it. I thought it was ine its one of the my favoritemovies of all time, all three of them, yeah, brilliant, I'm still, and if youwatch the movies shit, all it's like Shit, all CGI, like I mean Thecgi in it,but actually no there's, no SIC cere, there's, probably a monkey withsomeone's its probably a puppet monkey or something like that. It's it still agreat movie and I would like to see them. Irwe remade, Anyeah Liin, thedote, the Templa doom that was yeah. The second one is bring it but yeahthat one that story, how briant that story was with some modern and modernspinter Il be pretty n yeah in Estar wars at all. I I did a little bit. 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...young. You know lot young butattractive. You know, woman that Av me like yes, yea and we didn't person. Iwas like really that was so underwhelming right and, like you know the process it takesto make them look like what they look like tarents. Do you an to talk aboutthat a process a little bit of you know certain photos that aretaken on instagram and how they end up. Looking from the original poduct? Well, yeah, that's I mean with editingsoftwares I mean nowadays the amount of things you can do with with a is crazy.You don't even have to be. Quite frankly, you don't even have to be agreat photographer. You could be very basic, like I could give a strangersomeone, who's or just anyone. Who's never touched a camera in their life.For whatever reason I mean so I note if you've never touched a camera in yourlife. I don't know who what you've been done, but anyway, yeah e pobably US anandthenthat literally do anything that thes sofparsnowadays, which is which is crazy, cool because you know back then I'm sure Imean back before my time. At least you know you know it was. It was just what youwhat you, where you have is really what you e the final product is essentiallygoing to be. You can't really manipulate the photo or edit it muchmore because 's, that's just how it is, but yeah. I guess now that I'm sort of doing a lot ofthat stuff. You know as a photographer, you know you see the raw photo thatcomes straight out of the camera and obviously you've got your setting S. Iassuming assuming you, do and the photois fine, but you know,then you take it into lightroom and then photo shop and whatever other kindof Foro edithing softway that you use and you can, you can change the colors.You can enhance them. You can literally manipulate the photo. You can takethings out, you can, you know, put things in and so there's there's so many changes youcan do and at the end of the at the end of that you know the final image may becompletely different to what it came out of straight of the camera, at least with my work. I try to not necessarily manipulate the Furroand change what was shot. I just you know really try to enhance the photo,maybe make the colors pop, and if it's a portrait you know make their eyes popsharpin their eyes and things like that just to make it look a little bitbetter but yeah. When you see foes yeah. When yousee these amazing photos on Instagram, it's just you know, you can appreciatethe work that goes into it. I know I certainly can because I know the process that would have gone intoproducing that image, but it's also, you know to the youngerto the younger crowd that are now. You know using these social media platformsquite heavily it's you know it may not be the bestthing for them to be saying. You know, because that's what they start to believe thatas well. Why don't? I look like that? You know I need to start taking photoslike this, because they're getting all this attention and and whatnot, so itkind of damages the young person in that sense. But you know there is a lot of smatsmart people out there who are on these platforms, who know how how it allworks and know that what they see may not necessarily be the reality ofthings but yeah. I think they just going to be a lot more aware, and I think they are.I think people are becoming a lot more conscious of you know people justfaking things just to make a quick dollar. You know yeah the age ofinformation now like people are like. Even you know, politicians not thatlong ago, like their word, was Gospel little bit of a stretch of an examplebut people. You know there are a lot of people very gallible people still outthere, but I think for the most part, people are getting more wiser incertain areas and this that to question things a lot more and yeah. It's just another avenue rightwhere you don't necessarily need to have that. I, which you obviously dobecause you've got the professional experience of it. But knowing that youknow, you've got a question at because it isn't always what we look ing itsort of sex people up for failure a little bit too, when they saey theseperject people with perfect bottles bodies living these perfect lives andsure, if you know they're generally trying to leave their best life, thenor more power to them. But that sort of thing that's not real happiness likethat generally is not real happiness. It's a it's hiding insecurities or it's!You know it's a it's crating, a false reality and it's causing your opinonifine with the it goes with anything like you know, if you're a beauty blogge and you talkabout makeup and all that kind of stuff you know or if you're, a travel, loggeror if you're year, definitely O O Ni.

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You know they're not selling a product, and you know they.Obviously they have these sponsoorships and and and stuff like that. That's howthey make money as well, but you know at the end of the day, they're sellingthe lifestyle they're not selling themselves in a way if that makes anysense, they're selling their lifestyle. So and that's what gets you hooked isyou know with Peop as well? Like you know they havethese amazing physiques they they always seem to be in this nice, summarykind of environment. You know hanging around with cool people having a SIGbowls be asables beginme. He and we see that and we're like damnthat looks so good. I want to drop everything on a Quik, my nine to fivejob and you know devote all my time and effort into being a lifestyle logger ora fitness. Whatever you want to be, and then you know just doesn't work out,because Wa they're not doing it for the for thegenuine reason of you know wanting to share their their experience or wanting toshare something to add value to someone else, they're doing it because you knowthey want to get popular, they want the attention they want to validation, theywant the money. So it's just an ongoing cycle yeah andit's even en moll into, and you gon to remember the the business mol ofInstagram, the platform instagram and facebook, and now ticktok is one of themost brilliant design of you know: Invention of men, it's ait's one of the greatest human retension platforms. All Time.You know it keeps you there. It gives you so what it does is like you know,we talk about basic needs of Poman. You know one of the great needs of humansare like you know, and I'm not doing with the need of likefood cheldren. You know let let's say women, Yeah Wel, Comwir, that you knowwe got the real needs, like it's called things like us needing to feel significant and needingto feel having a connection right. So those two are very those Tho are, youknow, needs of him is as well. You know this is tanoter. There's another fiveneeds that they talk about in psychology. Those are you know, thi thelevel abot from the basic need, such as you know, water, shelter and all thosekind of stuff right. So you know you think about you know facebook andInstagram does that is you know those not testis? Example, all the socialmedia platforms do that they make. You feel significant and they wil give you the you know theconnection that you so sire, so you don't have tho step outside of yourhouse and now that's what I'm saying I mes some of these social mediainfluences and you know they. You know all this word. The whole wordfollows them, and you know you cot millions of folres and in person theyawkward, because you know most of the time they spend so much time, justtrying to look good and trying to act like they grit. They end up actuallybeing great and they end up being not great, because they never actuallyworke to become great or like being actually ust. They just have nopersonality yeah mad him. They just like it's just like talking to a pieceof Cardboyd yeah I'd. Much rather talk to a piece of Cardwood Tan sometinglike that to noes what do you? What do you think about that? Lockman SI dounderstand. There's been a bit of a Renk going on by end and thet turns toGoa Zol. What are you a Youre Olwook, that's fair and it's an easy trap tofall into when you're constantly your focus is not on living, I mean stillliving the life, but it's bortraying the life and people. Some people have like a fulse sense of,like ignorance as well, that they're better than Sol ong else, because theiraccomplishments have been met or they feel like they're accomplished, becausethey have a certain mount of pollowers and that sort of thing- and that is you-can even relacte Tolax Mall scale things like people in our lives, andyou can maybe, when we younger in high school, like there might have beencertain people who were part of the popular careew, and it just shows thatpeople yea a lot of people, don't grow up and get older and like for mepersonally. My like initial forte into seconddegree secondary study was like communication was media as well,and what a lot of the focus was on was the like mediorelation. So the way thatmame media the like the the FIFOR, they...

...call it like the way that mediaportrays its kind of like the its kind of like a perspective that is meant togive people and how that perspective is changed because people, you know we canall be contributing. Members of that- and it definitely all goes back topsychology like at the end of the day, if you're, if you're, trying to be agood person, if you're doing things for the right reason like your good, yourgood is going to show through and the people that maybe have. You know,numbers wise if you're looking at dollars and sents are successful. Butif they're not really happy, then quite often you'll meet those people and it'slike wow, like you're, not who I thought you were like: You're you're,actually really a depressive you're, a really sad person. Like you, you knowyou actually aren't as happy as maybe your instagram apout accout shows, andyou know, east of their own as well like thet, that's kind of part of thejob to, and I guess part of our responsibility O as human beings is tokind of live our best and most authentic life, but know what you guysare saying is like so spoitand. It's absolutely perfect, and it sort ofreminded me of like the the old delettad that spoke about the best Amanthat could get and it showed our professional athletes and it showedthem all. You know using this one raizor blade and if you use this rasorblade like you're, going to get the best shave and you're going to look thebest and you're going to date, the best than now and like, however, changingsociety, there was like a massive kind of, Iguess controversy behind the most recent adand it was about. Is thisreally the best a man could get, and it was like spoke a lot about toxicmasculinity and that sort of thing, and even though, like those sort of thingsreally do exist in there, are people trating each other, a bad way. I think,for the most part, like the thet online world, even though we all live on theonline world, like most of that, is sort of portraying the. What you wantto people to believe about you, or maybe what you want to actually be true,but it's not really who we are, and I think I think it's just aboutstaying authentic to yourself. whever. It is photography whever, it is marketinglike we all have to meet certain budgets. We all have to yeah, we shortthe for, but if you counsit honey, your own, you know, keep keep it true toyourself, then I think you're just going to produce a bit or bittermaterial and more meaningful as well and you're going to be happier, and Ithink we as the more you cansume Medie, the more media you realize, that's themore bsyou realize in the more people like well. I actually like this personbecause they actually seemed like a really authentic and good person to ohfor sure that tha, that part of is true, but I think the problem is these two proems here Isaw one of the problems is, and I I feel like I've been ver open thenegative one on these boadcast right. I pretty negative person IV got a lot ofpains going on right, it'sa like one of the consisright yeah. So you know people would record a instagram story, and this is agood one, because I've seen people do this right, seein different people doit and I know how they work like I know exactly so, like you know, I've seenI've done like it know. Taking foot like you know. Well, do this tit people,do it like Blick, hey guys, what's happening, hop Yo guys are living agreat day. So you know just here. You know just here with my with my kill.You know wic ist out here drinking all this stuff and then go yeah, which isareyor drinking. You know just Blah Blah, it's all happy and excitement andthen the and then and then look at the story. Oh No,let's read Lis to another one, a we I've done that as well. But you know,let's do another, one senti, hey guys, what's happening, we're having so muchfun, this Blah Blah Blah. No, let's do another one, and then thathappens right. That story is finally done. They'll, posted and they'll siton their phone sipping on their drink. If this was a scenario, they wouldneven talk to each other. What Fun are they having? This is the problem, thewor? What I don't understand is: Why is it? Why porcray that you haveeing funwhen you're? Not? Are you really having one or you tryingto tell people that you're having fun? Why do people need to know that you'rehaving fun? No okay, even if you are not having fun, why do you want toLiger people that you having funs is the Questionar y yeah? That kind of goes back toinsecurity and the things that maybe got them to be? You know to work hardin the gym, like those things that may have been the original motivatos toimprove themselves like very quickly get sestorted, and it's just like aslippy slope on one hand like you, we can all experience like these amazingpeople in our day today, lives like you can't tell me you've. Never, you know,you've, never rocked it. You've never watched Dwayn, Johnson's, instagram feed and not felt motivated,and that felt great like afterwards, like he's such a just an infectiousperson but on the ender hand like with one rock there's a hundred people whowant to be like him or want want to kind of be the idea of wher years andthey kind of go out and set out of their own way to kind of create thatfalse reality. When the truth is like, like old man, Dan Johnson's work in youknow three hundred and sixty days e...

...year, seventeen days a week so sevintyhours a day like he's working his dam mass off and he sort of is now you knowgetting to the stage where he's the pinnacle of media- and you knoweverything he touches goes to gold and I guess going full circle back tomovies, like any movie he's in his like guarantee to be box off is hit right.Now is like such a rar thing, and it's just a it's just a dirtyslippery slope. But at the same time I I found myself just not giveng a shitlike if I sniff that little bit of ballshit out, I just don't follow thatperson like I don't, engage and I don't show any interest, but I guess thebigger issue is is like. There is a lot of people and there's a lot of youngpeople who aren't quite smart or wise to that yet and they'regoing through their lives, particularly thei adolescence, which is you know,the most influential time of your life, because you're just cosantly changing agrowing and theyre, not kind of experienced to that so and that's going to even know one daywhen I do become a parent, that's kind of going to be a driving force of likehow I want to be a good parent is not just teach people not just teach mykids right from wrong, but also teach them the psychology of the way peopleact and why people do certain things and man that's just so interesting. Itopens up a whole new world. It's just likewe sure hat. You understand how ourcomputer program works. Like you, don't just appreciate the computer programsfor it now, you under theyou know it sort of opens up a whole new worldthere, and I think we can relate that in life. Like you have a boss, that's apreck! If you have a boss, that is like constantly micromanaging and he's abastar and like he just doesn't, let you show any credive Atlet. Well, he'sprobably got some insecurities on his end that you know maybe it's in theit's just like. It goes full circle, PSOYCHOLOGIS A tricky game because youthink you might know what's going on, then bang you don't know what's goingon bet that it kind of the keep principles of it a quite of the same,and he see tin, literally all re spects of life because we're all human beingsat the end of the day I get until on day the box tack over and where Fuckatthis. Like an you know, we we've hit our mark aswell, so wel go for a little bit longer and then I think we might have to breakthis episode. This particular topic in the two episodes just is another sideof n yesthroat. Yeah T youll stick around Roudo the episode there. You go so there's another aspect now right.This is the so this is the first. This is social media side of things I'mtalking about and how people intake take. Take all that stuff in and theeffect it has on the men ots how people are so these this this? These are tosome implications of social media. If you will right some and they're, not horrible right,they knot they're, not that bad ye y. You know people are trying to be otherpeople and they don't really but they're showing, but you can all getover all that right now I want to talk about something more important andwhich is more degri detrimental is mass Mediona, so mass media has capabilitiesto has always had the capabilities to speak to the mass right. So you knowI'm going to Givei going to use an example here of and I'm going to dropthe names, because I don't Ge, we shit about them. You know, I think it wasit's Daily News or Daily Telegraph. Sono us this sorecently, temmy Hanbrew at Demi Hambrew, is thather name Tente Tam. I like her. You just assume that I would know eventhoug fear. I do know so. It's Temy R, yea Tel me him thereyou go think you tithink se. So temme Hamber, you know during the fire in Nisatos and all thatstuff, and you know her area was affected as well, because she lives inup around that area. She posted a Foto of in, like a veryyou, know, very revealing for her in a wet white tshirt right and which is not anything. You knowunusual from for the kind of content that she puts out. NORMALL YEAH ISO byfor the sake of what she was posting about going on yeah. So she posted therForo and you know- and she said to people- go an donate for the fire rightand see as a marketer. I know that's Goingto work, that's Goinno work like afire right because you, yes is d. like a Wildpir, it's Gointo work. I Know AsaMarkete now you know there are few people who got a little bit la like. Oh,why would you do that? You know. Do we get always het people right now? I said you know whether she did that Watwhetis. That was the right thing to do the wrong thing to do a people can't don'thave the right to tell her if it was the wrong thing to do o Wright thing todo now. This is also a ball that comes into play because apparently we hold topeople like in in in public ee, accountable to some rules, but theyjust know people you know Sodo, you mean so that's another, that's anotherarea. That is a whole sort of like a gray area that no one talks about youknow nd. So people start getting annoyed Hawas few people did not thatmany most people went and donated, and she raised a decent bit of funds...

...and then came around the DailyshTelegraph. Delly Telegraph ruled this massive article and saying how you knowhow Demmi Hambry made a joke out of the flafire posting a posting, a a newt photo on a luxury yacht. Whileyou know wet p shirt wat, you know, while everyone wild os trol Whil, wasreally a burens right, they posted it like you know they theysent that they or even put it out of the you know that was out there and youknow the the worst thout was. I read the article. They were spellingmistakes in the article, that's on Daily Telegraph, Right, Tust, spellingmistakes, Fon the article now how many people are consuming the article isstill is there. You know news like news feed, I suppose like a Brel new peedand are assuming- and you know just saying: Oh well- watso she's Gon, aluxury Yart. You know at someore else, and I looked at that photo she ws on afucking boat like a shitty boat Firstopol. So like it, a small buttwhich you could pull you by from, like you know, Nofrom your local boarddealer. He was on a luxury yacht e likea. Bunny. Look a but hib it was afucky sneak. Basically, would he cos bol pot in Australia is isnity, sniryTsthat'Si think is a Da da Dunny me so dng Yo Dingy? It's is a DNIN is a different thing: s Fuckingi! That's what she was on andyou know and t such a huge company and fuckingrushes out, like fucking, savages and scamingers to put that up there,because you know this is they need to get some news out there? Just oneexample: This is the recent one I Wann't use another one example similarstory. Once again, this was Chris Hemsworth. He also lives up that aroundthat area. He loves in Byron Bay, and you know he had some borderdelivery to his house. According to him, he was drinking border. Once again,Daily Telegraph was quick to write a new story about that. He had tanks oftanks of wartr delivered to his house to to to water his million dollarGarden Whak. What kind of was drowinginfluence celebrities? He does he care about his own backyard and all thesethings up saying awful things about him. You know he went out to public and hesaid Mad Instragram, and this is own on Christmas as well, and he says thanks-and this is you know. Obviously he lives in that area, where the fireswere happening as Wellan, you n, he went outl thes says thanks: Wil MakeitChristmas y anburse. For me you know, Morre Bo was saying he goes yeah. Thatwas you know we have you know. Yes, we had a you know a truck of Worl deliverdelivered and you know that was drinking water. In those you knowdrinking water things. You know those little bolls like bigcles, prinkingwoter. You know the on from yeah cause in thatarea. They apparently don't get drinking mor, they don't get water, sothey have to either get rain water or they have to get drinking Bor,delivered Qright, yeah y yeah. So that's what he jokes about and butthey were quick to write, Theis story. So another problemis people areconsuming this news and Theye, not even fake news. They just lies like a ficknews, would be something that you twist and you know you have a propagandabehind the right. So that's fake news, but what the fuck is this. Why are theydoing this, and why is that happening? And now, as a marketer as acommunicator? And you know as a you know, being part of the School ofcommunication that produce me like? I don't know why that's happening andwhat kind of goureralist are fucking doing this shit, because thatjournranlism used to be, you know a glory job and it was you telling thetruth. You were the you know you were. You would tell thetruth, that's what you job was, but now it's just fucking that yeah and I guess that's kind of theproblem with the landscape of journalism. Now andthat's why I see like so many articles now, it's like you know you would needa you need degree. You know you, if you had, you need a green deais like youphysically, wouldn't write that because you edit in yourself audit and thenitself correct, but I think H, ther content, beauso their business model isbased on clicks and like nowadays and yea about as many articles you can getout. So it just warders down what was hon sort of the you know the mostimportant one of the most important jobs he can have just like was being it all, trou a now yeah henow it's like just complete noncense for the mush part and even ourmainstream media atlets. Now a e completely biased and that's where youknow alternative media and individual voices like man like if you had a saidto anyone ten fifteen years ago that plody Isaac Buttlefield was actuallyone of the best guys you can go to not just because he's a funny baster. But Ilove it because he's so statistically and he he's just correct like he doesn't hedoesn't wall shit like he might say things in a funny way and he takesthings over the topic baus his a comedian, but he's telling the truthand it's taken. You know it's taken so...

...much nonsense from the media for thatsort of thing to create- and I love him to so. I love it, I'm so its around butyeah. It's just crazy. How and we LE that Ha and then there's sixty minutes.Let's not even talk about them. Noikin knock him up, Yodont Haveto, take whokill EP ten, but Yu nw te. What are you thoughts in it? Like youknow, if you were to see the news awor Chrise hems worth, would you believe it?If you quickly saw it and could Tik to get in? I mean I probably wouldn't believe itbecause not now not earlier on maybe yeah, but now I'm alot. I feel like I'm a lot wiser nowadays, so seeing an article pop up like that.I just straightaway wouldn't believe it and just probably call bullship,because that's that's their job. You know that they have to create a story.They got to create that kind of sort of drama in away, and you know there most of the time.They're talking complete lives, and I understand it. That's that's how thattype of thing works but yeah it's thet to the mass majority. They can, as youou, they're easily. Fooling you, Oh sore, thers. There's thousands ofcomments on that. YOU SHOULD GO DIE TEMME! You should you know for doingthat. You should go diin yessit, just because it's the Daily Telegraph. It'slike a legitimate thing, people! You know, people just tend tojust believe it, because it's like Al Right, yeah seems pretty legit whateverthat. I believe that you know they won't even bother and then they justform their opinions off of it when it's a complete lay. You Know Wer sure, andthat's the that's the topic that I want to get into on our the continution ofthis episode. wherer opinions are formed now. This is an interesting one,because I was made to believe and I was told to believe that our opinions arefom. You know get are formed completely individual to everything else right andsome of them are some of u. Some of US become very into like opinionated, butnow I think these are. This is some topics that people are going to. Youknow find me in shootme. If they fond me, you know is, but people are goingto get triggered by, because people have good opinions and people havesolid opinions. Now the truth is a lot of your Lordof hes. Opinions are veryinfluenced riht, so you know just like that. One Ye someone was the Woll. IHet Temi Hambrew, because you know she's a Lo or you know they would usesome sort of words like that and there's some really tro. You know badwors tat people use to disfine her because they saw that post and you know that would be theiropinion from they own youknow. She was probably doing a goodthing to be fair in her mind. Yeah, you know. Maybe she could havedone a better jobe, but fuck now ththey, like you, know, an make rus and saiddonate to the fires. That's a bit ridiculous, but it es just postingabout the fires and using a platform. That's awesome, but yeah I mean I justquickly went on Ho intogram page. I couldn't find it so she may have ediedit yeah blie yeah, I mean that's for me. That's I go don't get down with that!That's stupid, but- and it's like you know, when you have a big followinglike that, you have to you know at the O. Thay Esp humans make mistakes. Youknow, but with a platform as big as hers. You know she has a lot ofinfluence and she has a lot of eyes looking at her, so she has to just take the at muchlike a little more extra care into. You know really thinking about things before shedecides to post something you know, because because of the influence thatshe has, you know if for someone like myself or you know my dad, you know El no were near the following that shehas she's. I think she's like ten Closeto, ten million or nine pointsomething yeah, but you know if I were to saysomething like that on my platform: Yeah I' Get Away with it Lis, my close en group and and all thatkind of stuff we knowi taking trash from my close friend group. So you knowthat's why we get away. We've been seeing a lot of this podcast, but yeah like, like, I said like ifshares a platform like that and et goes with anyone else who has a larger largeplatform. You know they just got Ta. I think they just got to be a little bitmore careful, but look if it's a mistake. It a mistake, butyou know yeah and also itly, not oing oeas of I brain so that eday t'sothe.Well, I mean yeah, it's a little little. You know little sellthing. She shouldhave thought out of, but the end of the day like you know it is what it is likeshe's created a massive following. You know doing what she does best andthat's just showing off, like you know, she's extremely beautiful, so it iswhat it is, but yeah, certainly that...

Chris Hem te eath one that was that wasthat's a real. You know just a real long reach and you know thet, just noresearch into the Byr, an bay and Biron Baes a couple hours north of coffHarbur, t's kind of ridein between basically in between Cos, harbor andBRISBENTA's, like sort of two hours north to our south of there, and thefires were originally that kind of started north and they sort of wentdown south and now south has gotten a lot worse, but yeah like that. He hadno simply had no access to water and yeah. That's redjust yeah. It is Ih Eri,mantoeven, pricks, bloody down a Bal bastars yeah like yeah. It's just it'sjust ridiculous. I mean He. His waterpark thene birthday body was greatthat ween fuck. I couldn't even I couldn't evensay that joke who itt we o o Iyeah waamzning, that's ightlads. I hate to be the beerof the bad news, but we clocking one nigt one point: two, one O ur two,twenty minutes yeah. We should probably how how fas toes time fly on this thing,a Tesmat it just just Mei mean e. You I've been around people who have donepodcast before and you know, theyd tell me or I'd be like how long, how long Diyou guys, you know, generally shoot for or thet, and then you know they gotforty five to an hour, sometimes an hour and a half f. If it's a reallyintense conversation- and you know it's not like type of thing that you canjust stop or whatever I'm like damn well now an now to an hour and a hart,that's at that's long. You know, but you know, after being part of your guys,is podcast here now it's you know I can iteasy easily can see how it goes. Youcan even go longer to, and it's just one of those things where, like I kindof like that, sixty minte o marth, because it's like a little goal for anhour but yeah. It's just you just make it authentic and it goes for thirtyminutes. Then it goes to thirty minutes, but if it goes longer, it goes longer,but I'm so impressed by making Manis drive with a conversation. My Man'sbloody, my beds, locked in it's o Ost Tha Gnto, be along into the ride. She'sgood on the DI mean he's the clever one. Now we all dummies, it's the Cloitanoout yeah, that's exactly the clever thing! Werentoebecause all therepredending is right. Well, yeah! That's it to make it a to o Wan beourtheticself, an it a workout. I think that's the lesson, e Tlas podcast! That's itand you know be careful with be conscious of what you're consumingand you know if you think that you want those people that WHO's you know whoissafe, and you know everything about how you're getting the. How marketing isnot getting you advertising it, not getting you yeah just quickly, thinkagain and look at you plast few purchases. If you think the MarkingsGames aren't getting you, then they get into Tyeah exactl because it mu lastword: forwe join Scientology and the definigety, and you know I work inmarketing and I guarantee you my last three purchas or completely based offmarketing. So I you know how e you bought that new flesh lihtdidn't you make. I know Las Lih Yo Eseti you're, unlimited your Platte BebeshMletthe Movi get a Betal carded bloody ad check to down it, sai top edid, Ithink wo but yeah. So you know it's getting yet so think again anyway,let's sign off Lockwan, but this has been good Chac. So let's continue thisconversation again, I'm so pessionate about this one. I love this one yeah.This is beautiful. Thank you! So Much Tas many been awesome. It's been in somuch is having me on npleasure all right. This has been the clever dummispodcast God less yo Mo Kis Ome.

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