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The Parrsitivity Podcast
The Parrsitivity Podcast

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The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode101 Tom Cheshire

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Rejoined by my good friend Tom Cheshire, in this podcast we catch up with one another! We talk about nature, technology, environment, and much more! Instagram:@thelasttiger38 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-parrsitivity-podcast/message

Hither. My name is Adam Po and the podcast host posity to podcast. In this podcast, you will be listened to me connect with people from different walks of life, from the military to people in the music industry, to people in the self help industry and many other areas of life. In this podcast I'll be talking about topics from self help, mental health, motivation, spirituality, mindset, society, current affairs and much, much more. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe, share and let me know your feedback. And my main intention on this podcast is to have a positive impact for you, the lit the listener, to take something positive from it, to apply something positive into your life from this. Now with without further ado, let's go to podcast and enjoy. Hi, welcome to the posts podcast. On today's episode, I'm joined the game with Tom Cheshua in the top. In this podcast, we talked about the environment, nature, mindfulness and much more. Now, sit back, relax and enjoy this episode. I don't trust your I must have you back on the podcast. Yeah, yeah, my pleasure, my pleasure. I've been to trying to get the soap for while now. So yeah, it's good to be on. Thank you and congratulates teaching a hundred. Yeah, no, well, that's really good. Yeah, and I appreciate my I'll just I know, just been been cracking on with it. You know, we've got a few together and you know, I appreciate it. It's just trying to be consistent with it, you know. Yeah, yeah, I know that. I understand how how it is remain consistent listening and yeah, I see like networking out all these people and Linkedin facebook, instagram, and try and get all kinds of people on your focus, Chris working, because you get in some decent content in. Yeah, now I appreciate mine. I mean this is just hundred and first in that. Yeah, hundred, hundred and one. Don't you know what did you do? You remember your first did you remember when you lost your podcast virginity? Do you remember your first one? Yeah, the first one that there was about two hours long, about a little too and early two hours long, and often what it was a a lady called Katie Bonfield and she makes art using carbon fiber, you know from from race cars and stuff. I remember her carbon fiber podcast. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, sorry, but that. Yeah, but it's been quite a journey. I didn't sorry. No, no, okay. So I didn't really think anything of it, you know. I just he's like, you know, I'll try it, see what happened. Some of that I want to do as a hobby and it's just kind of gone from there really, you know. Yeah, I think. You know, people like to listen to people talking, you know, and it doesn't matter where you from, what you do. Think we have a natural interest in other people. Gumman and listen to people talk about things. Yeah, yeah, no, no, of course. I used to listen to I mean this is many years ago now. I used to listen to all kinds of podcasts. I've done made it for my chunes. Definitely is like relaxess. So just listen to them, see what other people have got say on a been before you start doing your podcast. You were a massive fundor in podcast and Garry be and that I remember. You'd always be sending me he link to Youtube on on WHATSAPP. Yeah, well, that's easy to listen to, like you said, if you're working. I mean you work from home now, don't you? Saw Me, you can just probably crack one on and then just do we need to do all if you cleaning around the house, probably you can just listen...

...to people talking or listen to me. Yeah, yeah, that's it's it's easy to listen to effort. But, yeah, today's episode. What are we leading on with? It the stuff I this morning? Yeah, it's not, but that if you WANTA. I mean, I saw that. You, you went ill even you can explain. Yeah, I mean I just I went I want to go on a walk earlier and I thought, you know, it's because I'm just going to take a plastic bag with makes. I bet you, I bet you they'll be stupid amounts of litter just scattered down down the road. And I was right, right. I went out on a quick walk and there was I found like three, four months to cans. Yeah, no, lie like that, except they were flattened because they were really old. It's my life blood. Rather. Yeah, I just I'm going to talk about I should have taken one back because I thought this one bag and it just reached the brim. I couldn't actually get anything more in, so I couldn't complete the entire road, unfortunately. But it just surprises me the amount of people that just just list we on our roadside. What the Hell Take Pride in where you live? My inspiration really for cleaning it up was actually this new TV series called filthy Britain SOS of it's on my five, yes, on my own, and it just follows like Bitman and just like grime fighters and stuff. I like. Yeah, and they're they're always cleaning up stuff on that and I thought, you know, I'm going to do my bit for where I live. That's nice. So, admittedly, I should have wore one different clothing because now I need to put all my money in the wash. I wore full full mining track state because I yeah, I was coming bushes and stuff like that, and now it's just covered in like their woid map. But so I put in the wash. Yeah, I put I just put on some gloves and off I went and I just filled this this matter bag and it just amazes me, like what goes through pures minds and they just they just litter, like they just throw crap out the car, like I remember. But back in my super days, that when I was a little boy race, I probably would have done that. I probably, yeah, I can saying said that I have a lot. Most of us have litted our cars, but I was, I was young and naive then. Obviously wouldn't mature young man I am to day, I don't, obviously will admit. So, yeah, I went out just wanted to do my bit for the community, not so much getting something back, but my thought process was like, what if I don't know a rabbit because of those rabbits around it? What if a rabbit gets it's leg caught on the edge two sharp page of a camp and it bleeds out? You know, it's not very nice, is it? Obviously, because it's a innocent creatures, not there anything wrong. So I just thought go and clear it all up and then I brought it back to my bins here and put all in the right bin. I think if everyone did that same once or went random just like took about that and just like cleaned up a bit more, this will be so much massive place to live. In me I'm pretty fortunate now to live in this sort of aid temporarily and sttle halfway house. My House has been built up, sort of renovate should say, but where I live now, you know, it's really peaceful with really queen. Yeah, I think. I think we always do a bit more to better where we live. Really, I mean where you live in Cornwall, everyone there is pretty considerable anyway, most people. That's that's the culture down there to be like that, because we're all mature people. But round here you just get lads round in cars coming back from the doubles or some that, and they just love it all out of the window. Yeah, well, I mean I think I USAID it's important to like think about the environment, look after the envirolent because, you know, plastic and tin cans and bags, you know, it takes, I think plastic takes the craze like a couple of thousands of years to break down. Yeah, that's it. We run we have a problem. When people come down a holiday,...

...it's Cornwall or possibly will probably live here as well. You know, fly tip and dump stuff and that was, you know, because when the coronavirus happened, all the tips and space like that were closed. People just jumping random stuff from the side of the road and you see it. you see it on beaches more and more. You know, things washed up where I live as a lot of building works going off and the Bobby, obviously the building need to wear masks and they've been dumping the surgical masks on the floor. So I you know, I tell my dogs will walk and I have to think more about where I'm walking my dogs because I don't want to be eating something like, you know, ither on them, grabbing a mask or but it just takes a bit of common sense and just being a bit, I said, mindful about what you're doing. And Yeah, I mean it's not lazy, just putting a bit like it's not that hard, is it? Wow, what you're going to achieve in this? They're just doing it for their own selfish convenience. That's why people that's because it's selfish convenience that there's no other rushing out to it. It's like you can't. Can you not afford a been? Yeah, beens like pound gone by bin. Yeah, put it in a bin liner. Yeah, don't scour it over the countryside. It's not hard. Look, chance you watching this, but the thing is as well, it's like in dyes wildlife, because like an if an Animala yeah, or you know, I've seen from to jumps he court or something, and then it may suffocate or something along those lines. You know. So yeah, yeah, no, definitely I agree, and I think, like I think it's a lot worse than it probably used to be. I think, you know, like people just come of bother to, you know, go find a bit. I hold on to it. I mean, yeah, I mean what's when you walk dogs as well? People actually you see this. When you want dogs, people are poo bugs or they just don't and the dogs crap somewheather and pick it up or they'll have a bag, you know, poo bug, and then they just don't get somewhere. You get find absolute fortune. Can Not picking up after eat dog? Yeah, but yeah, but often that kind of comes on too mindfulness as well. Chos to one men black and the black. Yeah, I meanly be talking pug. Yeah, but to Pug. But yeah, that's in the block. Comes onto mindfulness, doesn't they? Like, you know, people need to be be mindful more. You know, not just about littering about, you know, just probably how about they by their day and what they do. Yeah, yeah, I mean I know from from when I did that just spending, however long it took me, like just half an hour. I felt really, really good about myself because I know I've done I've done something great for helping environment and where I live. I mean, yeah, and I'll probably do it again tomorrow, maybe if I go another walk. I do every time I go on a walk now, pick up if I see something. I mean I remember the first time I did it. It's got a bit of a habit out the picking. I was just like carrying it all in both my hands or strolling down the street with it looking like an absolute weirdow until I found a bit. But I mean that's what people should be doing anyway. Just don't yeah, love out the car. Don't be a mom. Yeah, for the Sakel I would want or, you know, five minutes. You know, I think I got idea like it. Sometimes in my care I love like a bag in the bug. So if I do have some food, I'll put it in a bag in the bike. Yeah, so it's like like a like a bin almost in your car and there and when it needs dispose of it, dispose of it. I I saw a guy when I was in noting, when I lived there years ago, when you was actually dive for House and I was cutting through to go home and I was a lot of you went to your school, and he was sat on his mom's convertible and he had like a Burg or something like McDonald's. Okay, any for any Friggin Chop, the Burger wrapper, all the McDonald's box out the car on the floor really and I saw red. So I went up to it, I picked it up and I put on it. I took on as lad did. You really don't. Yeah, it is more broader. She like that. You just throw out the car and she's just having to go in. Oh...

...my God, that's hilarious. It serves it right. It was, but I was like what a right? Yeah, yeah, but it is cool. Yeah, I mean, yeah, I mean, I mean we've all we've all littered, we've all done stuff, but you know, there comes a point where, I guess bad when you see people with families and the mom and dad does something and that's just sending about. What more message is that sending to the kids? That sounds like when I was in when I was in Ikea, I don't I told you, and there was this mum, damn their son walking around and there's so but the top of his boys. Literally I was I just stood there looking and then he burps knowing and it's parents didn't say anything, like it was just disgusting. What's wrong with you? Bad, bad parenting. Don't be a bad town. Yeah, don't, don't be silly. It's just ignorance. There wasn't. I mean that's that's half the thing. And I think like, I think like I think, especially during this time, it's, you know, it's very, very visible. You kind of see people's true colors and things like that, and I think how how someone is and that someone be who's in accents. A lot about that. You know something like that. You know, okay, but but that can you can judge someone base on some of the like that. It says a lot about a person. litteral. Yeah, yeah, it does, because, I mean, we do live in a world where first impressions count. So when we see something like that, it may not necessarily reflect their entire character, but that's the impression that we get of them. But yeah, still, that's no excuse. The litter put it in a bit wrong. Yeah, it's not being baby brain, I agree. But mindfulness, otherways to achieve mindfulness. Obviously a walk is good and some something I learned, something I was told, was that if you're feelings, say like sad or angry at something or whatever, if you go for a walk and what you do is you put some power into your your feet, so you're almost stumping. I'm pretty sure you know told me that, Adam, and I think that that really helps and that that helps someone achieve bit more mindfulness, because I remember I did it one time on the off chance, and I came back and I was like, I feel pretty good. Actually, if you are, if you are the type of Burson who likes to go get a bit of exercise, I feel inside or whatever, or angry or anxious. If you walk in, put some power and you feel almost like you stomping on the ground, but not stomping so that people look at you know you're stomping. Just power to it, because you look a bit weird, and why isn't you? So put a bit power into it and feel that sort of energy sort of just like leaving you yeah, stump, and imagine it sort of going from here down to your legs, your feeling out. I remembted that once and I was annoyed or something and I came back and I felt I felt like brand you, like I thought that was that's really, really good. So that's a good tip for anyone like to do a better exercise. I highly recommend that. I'm sure you've got that you've come across loads of people in your podcasts suit who've got their own tips. I mean there. Is there anything that springs to mind? Yeah, no, exactly. I think you're right, you know, by going on exercising and going for walk, and I said, but you know, I put a bit of power behind you. Free what seps to what I have, I would say, you know, like something to what you said, getting out and just going for a walk and being aware of your breathing. I think that's a that's a massive us, a massive one. You know, being aware of your focus, isn't it? It brings you back to the present moment, you know, like just, you know, obviously not just one breath, but just your attention then becomes more more on your breath and yourself and what's going on around you. Yeah, that's yeah, we're going for a warm good being like control breathing and breathing things are good for coming you that and it's just so natural. Yeah, I I've tried that once in the past. Yeah, it does. It doesn't help. It doesn't help you just sitting yet. Yeah, yeahs sleep sometimes as...

...well, like if I take loads of like deep breaths, can't sleep. I sort of feel like I sort of get that bit more tired instantly and that that helps me sleep, which is pretty good. I think everyone's got the different thing that works for them. That's the thing. Like, yeah, we're were also different. Yeah, depends what the person like. Some people like walking. You know, there's hypnosis him. Now it's not any minds, because these mindfulness or meditation kind of audio transcripts you can listen to. Being, you know, being around nature is quite mindful. You know, being outdoors. Yeah, your tensions not so much on yourself. It's like, yeah, I'm something my car right now, but there's, you know, as birds flying around them, as a few trees. So being aware of what's going on around you and just, yeah, much tension away to so what's going on around you and you focus more on that and less than whatever it is that, whatever emotions it is that you're trying to expel. Yes, this is this is the only planet we've got. Just look after it. Like yeah, I mean as well, I mean we're with the environment. I mean you saw we've locked down. There were like lower emissions they were. That's pollution. A lot of areas Venice you can see dolphins in the canal. The canals were call. Yeah, China pobviously hard low pollution for a while because there wasn't doing anything yet. Did that. I made the news. That was because it was like the lowest pollution level in however long was that? Yeah, it was an insight into sort of where we're headed, because so many places now you know they're going like renewable energy and stuff like that. And I think a UK city when I think, was it a whole week or just a day? And it's powered just off renewable energy and not pretty much as a breakthrough, isn't it, because all the new can yeah, I mean I'm prone nuclear because of our fishing is, but I understand that renewables, that when in future? Yeah, well, I think people fear nuclear nothing. They quite fearful around it. I mean you don't want to like you can counsel. Fuck off noting what didn't swear. So I just put it. Sorry, you are. Well, your people don't. Don't you know, a lot of game fallout three or someone like that, and I can't wait for that to come real life. Can't wait, because I tell you what's gonna Happen. The Wall start. My share is in oil. They're going. I'm going to clear house, I'm going to cash out and I'm going to go buy guns off the deep web. I'm going to sit in my pus with rags to cook. Has got a little planned out is it's investing in oil for fallout time. I've got as oil and I will clear house as soon as Donnie lunch is another missile. Yeah, Blah. I came home front real life, South Korea, North Korea, and pressure played. Yeah, I never actually played that. Longing to get an xbox one and PSFOUR when I move into the new house. Yeah, they told a Games consoles. They they went up in price dramatically during lockdown. Because which one pull the place this for next lust one? Yeah, we're the people will obviously, you know, had lots of time and uns and people were selling the money by for like, you know, more than you should be really paying for them, because any peopleould ask. Yeah, they l price is dramatically increase. Its bad, it's fantastic. That's that's bad capitalism, and of one as well. Hand sumitizer. People sell UN summitizer for like forty pounds and it wasn't even had sluts up. Well, I mean I did see a video once where this corner shop guy, he just wrote ten quid and put it on a bottle like a it's just like a normal bottle and sanitizer, and this this old guy just walks in, puts like to quid on account and walks off with it and the song recording it. But yeah, that's just people trying to cash in on a bad situation, which doesn't surprise me because this is the...

...world we live in. This is the twenty one century. People, people don't people don't give the flying yeah, it, just don't care. Some people just care more about themselves and what they can caussion on. Yeah, but will well, they should, but I think like it's important, you know, to a number two off topic too much, but, you know, to have a plan be in some sense, because a lot of people, you know, I think in the Western world, you know, just got one job and that's their main job and if something happens, they're near lot of coronavirus situation and about work, whereas some people they'll have the main job and other side thing. On the side, though, I have, you know, another backup job. I think, like you, people need to just be mindful, probably after and just, you know, like you said, like investments, like you're, you know, investing and stark or something and saving money and thinking about, you know, the future, and you know they're their finances like that. You know brand called don't talks about it a lot. You know the guy we follow it. Yeah, and he was talking about like, you know, if you you're wanting to be a millionaire, that money is going to run out and say ten years. You know, you've got a budget, your money. You got to live on certain amount. I think you know I'm going to go talk topic what I'm saying. They're quite important things, I think, you know, for life. Yeah, that course. I mean I gave you a hundred percent. Like regularly, I write down, I a date years ago, and but I sort of write down, you know, what I'm learning, what I'm spending, what I'm left with, and I think that's definitely good and it's everyone should be doing that. Like just people don't understand how to stay in their financial lay in these days and because of that sort of greed, that sort of wanting to be instagram famous, we see these companies can cashing in on that through ways of like PCP deals on cars, finance deals on the new this card, financial watch finance, clothes, finance, everything, finance. But that's bottom purely out of greed and the company is taken advantage of it. It's staying in your financial lane is probably one of the best things you can do. You need to do that in order to create sustainability and have that sort of idealic future that you want. You know, yeah, I'm always thinking years ahead. I think about today, I mean, I think, I think that's one of the floors I have. I don't really think about today and thinking so far in the future that I miss out on a lot of stuff, but I don't mind those. I mean I've got sort of big and big ambitions for not when I'm retiring, but for that. You know, I've told you I want to own a holiday home in Italy, and it's achievable because it least actually ridiculously cheap. You get a lot of house feed money in places like it Lee, and it's a beautiful country as well. It's amazing and that's one of my life goals. So, you know, in order to achieve that today I've got to tell myself, you know, this is how she got to save or you can't do this if you want to get that that holiday home or whatever. You know, when you got these people on the session every weekend spending more money on alcohol and they do taxes. It's like what's when we spend your entire twenties drinking yourself away? It's I don't understand this, I really don't. Is Pretty Crazy. I mean, we used to go out and with teenagers and we know we've gone our place, as you know, every so often. That's how we've kind of did it. You know, we survive a weekend in one thousand eight hundred and ninety. Yeah, in college days with them. Then we go. But then don't you yeah, you realize and then you think to yourself, okay, you might be spending fifty quids, we will spend eighty quid, you know, if not more. And you think, if you're doing it every week, you know, okay, four weeks and month, fifty quid a week, fifty, hundred, hundred and fifty. That's two hundred pound the month. You break that down, there two thousand and sixty eight thousand pounds. You know. You know, I'm...

...what going out getting steven and feel like crap. Yeah, yeah, I like to go out. We all like to go out. What is that balance of how much you do it, how much way you spending on it? said, let's see. Some people just don't they just don't get that. Just they just want to keep going on on the session. Drinkers like I's wrong at you, like your your this age. You so you should be thinking about this, not when when you next drink is. And it's not addiction, though, isn't? It's an addiction. You know, feels good to socialize, it's good to go out. You might be someone, depends what situations to that side of it. I think sometimes people they don't experience that earlier on in life for them, when they get to thirty or forty or whatever, then they start doing it because they're then have the time they might at a kid younger, you know, it's a young age, then enough the time to do it with an experience it. I mean, I mean I think for me it was a face. I think probably for some of US those are face. Yeah, I think I think there's just us. That was just us being young. Like I remember me, me, a college like me Li, and we always be like listening to music though the day on Thursday or Friday at college, like getting us. I was ready Nice and put ready for that night, but then it just sort of wasn't really much of an interest anymore. Obviously, you know Li him, so done on a very nice house blessing. You know, he doesn't really go out anymore. I don't go out. Not many people I know got out. A few do, sure, but not not many. I think I'd rather spend it. I think I'd like for like a nice weekend of way, to be honest, rather than going out and getting absolutely smashed. Yeah, going to a new city seems new sides, but I'm basically what I'm twenty six, could not fifty. I want to go to a museum. Yeah, well, we went to museum in the order way we went to naturally, that was meant massive flight t rex. No, wasn't you rex, it was a sinus or something. I could the pronocles me. Yeah, it was absolutely massive, Din saw, I remember that. And then he had the big turtle. Yeah, yeah, John, alligator, stopping, total hand off, snapping turtle. Yeah, that was me. Yeah, it was good. The I was a bootle loo. Yeah, crazy place, amzing place. The I remember all you could hear was who? Who? Oh, yeah, three is sorry, that fire engines with the weird sounding. Yeah, it's that. It was like Jesus, sorry, too much monster. It was like, you know the purge siren. Yeah, that roll the hoos. That's what it said. That's what it sounded like to me. Yeah, yeah, people grown mental. And Yeah, that's it. And when I went out for a cigarette, I like two a m like the sidewalk payment was packed with people. Like when people ask me afterwards, like a what was it? Busy? There was a busy in New York, tresman, I'd be like, imagine this, like imagine the random city, not him, doing all like Saturday midday. Imagine now randers along say crumberstreet. That's how busy it was in New York at M on the sidewalk. Yeah, shoes of people with the city doesn't sleep, it's it's mental. And that that was a week day as well. Weren't even like a Friday or anything. It was week day, a Wednesday or Tuesday. Yeah, was crazy. I want to start because we went to like a clothing shops, like I love, would eleven o'clock, because the clothing shops flows up by midnight. Yeah, yeah, it's weird. It trying to think what else. I mean. I remember you got your pink rough top. Yeah, yeah, I got something to buy and though it was like, I do like it. I think you got to treat self and get a few from some avenue if you want. I haven't worn it for a couple of months, I think, just because I haven't anywhere, I had anywhere to go. Yeah, but but not. It's important to travel, isn't? I mean, I think, especially the minute, it's been funny time to travel. But yeah, it's just it's this...

...guy a gamble. Really is literally a good right to cheap on right. They're not that expensive because yet, and I'm trying to draw more people inst they just knocking prices it down a bit. Now I wouldn't fly this time. I mean I'd like to be chilling on the beach on where M or wherever, but I'm not going to just it's not really worth the rest. I mean might the pops down here, and I'm a cormor so, I mean a lot of tourists are down now. A lot of it's like Ah, this is what I put this week offer was to was to make my way down to Cornwall but obviously the same inductor show wouldn't and any of the only open the doors wall like a few weeks ago. Yeah, I'm literally supposed to be where you are now and don't probably supposed to be in the same car, in your small but mighty personal tablet car Bo. Yeah, yeah, I mean there are, there are taken of cautions down here. I just felt like the miners down the road. That's packed, but I'm just like, I'm like, is it really worth it? You know, you don't know. You just don't know. That's the friend. You go for a point and oh no, but you know it's likely a car for you know, you can go for a pine and catching coronavirus or something rounder you just don't know. Everyone was when the pups ripened. Everyone was going to the pubs, but then next day people queuing to go into the supermarket. Excuse me, why are you queuing when you just been in the public an your maids last night? Just walk in. I did try walking in. I did try walking past the Q one. Some excuse me, we are my my dad did that a few times whole you went to the butcher's and they just walked in. Yeah, that's twenty people looked every line. Don't okay, it's a Cruz, a funny guy. It is my car staring at me in the grass. It looks like a bloss eruptor. It made me laugh on you. Well, I think about what you're when you're back. Carts run into your hearts. Oh yeah, the name of the neighbor's cut. Yeah, it's randomly, do you just walked in the think the thing was at him? I didn't eat that. The doors were opened, a window open, a jumped through the window. Maybe. Sorry. And when went to my bedroom and my cat was just there staring at like like a good ten seconds and my cat just bounced and chased it away. And then happen again. It's differently. Definitely twice. Yeah, but I have I have video evidence on what on the phen on my phone. Yeah, what, did you take a video of it? And Yeah, yeah, took a video. Yeah, yeah, well, that just random cats appearing in my house. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I am. I've told myself I'm going to get like catinet crops at the new place. I'm going to put my six or seven plans down. I'm just going to observe cat never plant all the neighbors. Cats converge on on my garden to catch dealer. Yeah, just to make sure you don't have the please knock on your door like you had the reports. You are planting suspicious crops in the back carding, but just catnip. Well, yeah, no, hopefully not. Yeah, I got I had a random cat jumping my garden the a give a week and my two dogs, you know, like my dogs bit crazy. Yeah, they were both in the garden. Let's random cat bounce off the fence and jumped in and the both my dogs looked at each other and I looked at this cats. Yeah, just does that. Almost shocked. And then the boy went for it and this cat run circles around Darcy. She was like and then she ran off and then Darin chased in. The caps. Is just so smart in them born. It can our WED in like five seconds. Yeah, cat, cats around, there are we're going off top. Yeah, so we was all right. We did say was until my technology theology. Yes, we're just start though. Five das given us all cancer, or lots of foods around that China spying on our...

...as zoom calls right now, or a my six, I don't know. There's my some uch you can talk about. I think, like the advances in technology and where it is now and where it's going to be in like the next ten years. Like I saw Guy v video and he's predicts a lot of stuff and he was like saying on the Jo Rogan podcast. He was like, you know, told my air pots and apple made eight billion dollars just off. I think a billion a million wants to just of Airpot, often accessory and probably know people. You Apple. Apple look quite clever when it comes to market. They developed Moss that wear. A big large portion of the consumers would wear them purely for the look as opposed to the actual functions. I've got here. I've got my dre bees, wireless ones. I guarantee you the sound quality this is better than the yeah, are parts airports, the wireless ones, but people buy it because they just want to walk around in public and for other people to see them with little white things in the rear. So, yeah, the other I can instagram or something. It's like in New York when when they're like abvious and I think for five people have are pods in the rears. Yeah, definitely. It's weird. It's random, like the sound quality. You can get better for cheaper. But Peter rip because it's Apple. I mean I'm a bit of an apple snob in really, like I've got the twelve point something inch I pad pro two thousand and nineteen and this iphone Xcess Max. HMM, but they're both just so functional. It's great. Like I can call I can call you normal mobile from my IPAD. I'm a bit it's got coolcti. Yes, got F G as well, which is pretty cool. Yes, I am bit of a apple snob in that sense. About what? I'd never pay what two hundred phones slight and I just don't get it. And the use of watchs what doesn't make sense either. Like it just all the Apple Watch does on, don't it? Just it just shows you the bit of the text. Always have one. That's it. Well, yeah, I mean what was it? Was it functional? I never you. I use it like quite eight times when I went to the gym or Swimm Pls. Use if like a fitness thing. When for a run, I want to put a swim and I did this taxi fifty quid. You can get five. Yeah, I mean get fit best to do the same thing for like next and often bought like I spa. I paid finance stupidly on that. What and I was like to quit a month at quid paint. I spay to quit them. I don't have any more solder paid off. Yeah, yeah, it was just when at first came out, I'd like the series one or series two write as. I sure thoughts cooled and then the fingers of Apple, they always bring out new products. Like the next couple of months I'll be a place iphone or accessory in you like are great, but yeah, it's kind of plateaued over that. But at the moment they're not really bought out anything that I kind of see as a flagship model. They sort of brought out a few essays or whatever they're called, like all the red ones. You've got the iphone eleven pro, which is basically sits mine, but with three counters on the back. Like the next the next time apple is going to really break through again it is when they make the voldball iphone a reality. What was called Hawaii. Why have done it? Who? Way? Yeah, the the random times into previous issues that company and Samson they've done for the phone. So it's motor road. I think did something today. They brought out the flip phone with my sat most roll. Yeah, they did a year, seven, yea, and then just got forgotten about. They did like a remodel on one of the slim flip phones and they just did it so as a flip from it's all touch screen. That isn't so very well, I don't think it that are I'm not too shown that. But tallenge is crazy, though, a lot how it changes. Like, you know, you think about, you know, years...

...ago of Msn Messenger and yeah, going on a computer desk stop, and then laptops and then even Finnil laptops and then ipods and then phones. You know, I think Gary v said it's all going to be on voice in the future. A little be like, you know, more or so voice recognition really yeah, I mean a good example that is my my Google homehook that I've got, like I can just say anything to it. I just go hey google or okay Google, and anything I say it will register word for word. Is Really, really good. Like I can just say play song, say someone Youtube and it will bring it up, even bits video. And if I say good morning google or hate Google, good morning, it will go through the top headlines and the BBC and Sky News. It will give me a weather breakdown, tell me what's on my calendar, tell me what the traffic is like. Like this, this is technology gone crazy, but it's a good crazy. With the Google home wood, I can't recommend it. Not. So it's in the sound of college running as well. I've got I've got the bad boy one of the really big one, and it's absolutely amazing. I loved it. Yeah, you can use something a video of this. Sarn't the sound quality. It's pretty loud for a small, little dark yeah, I playing miss to match on it. The base is crazy and I didn't have one full will you, but had to turn it down because complaint or something. But it is mental and the thing that comes down to his speedis and the time is like that says you're going on your phone and I haven't search stuff. You can just say one thing and then as like that strueway. Yeah, that's it. Yeah, and another cool thing of the homehob is that I can just go on my phone and for free. I didn't have to sign it tr anything. For free. I can do the camera in real time on my a go home hub and, as you know, I've always hold you. It would tell me when there's like motion. It's like if someone's in there, I'll get notification on my phone saying motion, movement, yeah, yeah, there's movement or it's detecting someone or something or cat that's freaking me out. If that freaked out, if I went to the shop or some for so there's movement in your bedroom, I'll be like yeah, I know, I that. That did happens to me once. And you know, onmally around I don't even go so chosh. I believe in ghosts and all that. So I dolos goes with me everywhere. Everywhere. You've been trying to this rightulously haunted. I don't get it. I don't get it's basically you just hear a creek in the coint you. But well, I wanted they but but you remember when we say in my hotel room, I use are and those like random not not knocks. Can you remember? And then you said ended up, yeah, that place, and then you said it off and then you said you woke up and light. We went to we went to the bathroom and they were like marks on the on the wind on the on the mirror and bring there's a handering top. Yeah, and I don't know where it came from. We wouldn't have cleaner because I've been and actually been in that day because I hide a Lazy Lion. So and if it was from the day before it would have bunished by not because it was just sort of heat or something wasn't there. It's just normal hampering the luck. It was freshly there and that was after I heard noises. But we walked down the hoodie caught coee do or because you went out for a cigarette a like two o'clock in the morning and we heard like clattering noises. We had like noises and the hotel wasn't even that busy. Yeah, yeah, I mean we went on a quick scout. I couldn't see anyone. Yeah, we hope, but we heard large brain sounds come from somewhere, but night there's it was probably nothing, but you never know. Paranoia. Yeah, yeah, but they're not on nothing. Well, someone do you know? Like I think this? There's quite a lot in the news to technology fight GE still think FIFI JE FIS JO's a big one. That's very controversial. I think we're kind of coming out about UKL I saw. Yeah, I think. I think we're getting eyes that something when. But I mean, I don't think it will be much of a noticeable difference to for G in in England. I can't imagine it being much different. But now I I thought. I do think, like you know, there is benefits to technology. I think, like you know, the depends. There's a lot of controversial topics around, you know, kids using technology as a good for kids. You know, when news to kids? When? When we were kids, like I didn't...

...get my first TV in my bedroom until I was like fourteen. And now kids as youngers life as I hope eight, nine or even younger, then they're getting TV's parts and small Pons. was about ten and they will get my iphones and I pads and tablets. Just just let play happen. To do the friends destroy that mind. Yeah, that's that's the things are mean. We live in a world where, you know, technology is great to talk to people on, like we're doing this. I think it's a balance of, you know, how much you use it and when you use it. I mean, I've got a games console and I've got, you know, computer and stuff, but I you know, it's like it's not good for your health, is it? In the long run, if you're so kids are, you know, not getting a bit to mend from the Sun. Social Interaction, but difficult now. Yeah, yeah, depends how use it, depends what you use it for. Think how you use it, and I think technology is just gonna gravitate even more, isn't it? Yeah, I'm getting old when I might in public. Now texting, I stop text. I've reached that stage in it, you know. You know MOMS text and they put the glasses down. That and that. That's why I'm like now that's twenty six people. Technology now or job glasses now, no doubt classes. You stopped. You Stopping Shad Sale. It's stock. Yeah, yeah, that's not that's what I'm like now. It's funny. Yeah, I doing. Is anything else you want to mention? No, I can't. I can't think of anything. I think we've solved exhausted it. Now. I'm there any anything you'd like to say to people watching listening like worn? Any advice on anything? Advice? See the so much advice I can give, but you need to be about on being mindful. Mindfulness. You know what, I'm not gonna give tips on that because I think that's down to the individual. Sorry, but backgrounds the individual and what works for them. What about what might work for me might not be the best option to them? I will want to lead someone down the straight path, so I'll probably refrain from giving advice on that. Everything you want to give advice on. Yeah, to be among and litter, don't be among in general. seriously, drink, monster smoke. Yeah, don't make you happen. colleterally makes you happy and don't care about what the People's opinions of you exist, your life's gees and again, one, one go. Yet I'm afraid and I'm not going to back when I'm seventeen thinking I didn't do the things I wanted to do because I was afraid about how I be pursued by others. Yeah, I'm doing what they want. You know me O, my favorite land are one. I'll see, and that's that's something that takes, something that does take a lot of like you know, some people that's really difficult, but I think you know, if you can reach that stage, you know son't care, and I don't care, but you're not phase about what people thinking, their opinions, and you're just doing you I think that's that's got a good place to reach if you can reach that place. If you can't, yes, because we live in a society where we just fueled by the people's perceptions of us. It influences US and actions we take and stuff we say. You know, if you can reach only by being yourself and be true to his health, whoever actually reach that stage, I'm perfectly...

...happy than myself. And Yeah, yeah, I reached that stage. You, you, you already at that stage. You're doing your thing. You can be well, yeah, it will do. It's not happen, but you've got be the soon to reach that stage where you can just be yourself and not really care about what think. Yeah, last good points. Only untentional advice, but it's advice in the less, which is good. Yeah, it was only that. I think will conclude this. Yeah, sorry, I've been up. I want a map. I'm going to get back to back two hours. I'm gonna wake up the something. Yeah, but nicep it's been great. Have you on the podcast. Can Trash. That's right, no problem, will do will do it again soon. Yeah, of course. Yeah, I'll speach on what's happened. Like thirty seconds I think yeah, all R.

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