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  77 was a hell of a wait but my [TS]

  withdrawal it sure did say eight in the [TS]

  position fetal I saw bunnies bipedal if [TS]

  you like this limerick please rate do [TS]

  you want to know what the winning [TS]

  limericks were from our limerick [TS]

  submission it wasn't really a [TS]

  competition that was just like a thing [TS]

  if there's a winner [TS]

  it's a competition Brady well there is a [TS]

  winner I sort of cobbled together a [TS]

  judging voting system which I'm sure [TS]

  will fail on several levels in the gray [TS]

  scale of appropriate voting systems but [TS]

  it's what we've got and it involves a [TS]

  combination of my votes your votes and a [TS]

  little public vote Iran on the side [TS]

  mmm we had a tie for second so [TS]

  appropriately I think we have two [TS]

  runners-up and a winner you start with [TS]

  the runners-up and then tell me who the [TS]

  winner is [TS]

  okay well you can read one of the [TS]

  runners-up really takes this ridiculous [TS]

  show two places it never should go from [TS]

  swamp and rice rants two cricketers nice [TS]

  bats grades always the last one to know [TS]

  that's our first runner-up the other [TS]

  runner-up is [TS]

  I have a message for gray I want him to [TS]

  see what I say but I know he won't read [TS]

  it will simply delete it but Brady might [TS]

  send his way but the overwhelming winner [TS]

  overwhelming the overwhelming with yeah [TS]

  yeah it was comfortable it was [TS]

  comfortably the winner [TS]

  I'll let you read it because you read [TS]

  originally my day has been fairly [TS]

  mundane when H i started up in my brain [TS]

  so I jumped to my feet but i must and [TS]

  tweet at Brady Haran i'm not on a plane [TS]

  kk that are overwhelming number one [TS]

  winner from the Limerick contest which [TS]

  is not a contest but it totally is a [TS]

  contest because if something to win now [TS]

  the other kind of vote or ballot Iran [TS]

  after the last episode was you and I [TS]

  discussed the is morphology the right [TS]

  word of the easter bunny what's the word [TS]

  for what the Easter Bunny looks like and [TS]

  how it moves and things like that the [TS]

  cryptozoology of the Easter Bunny maybe [TS]

  yeah I don't know anyway [TS]

  you and I both believe that the easter [TS]

  bunny was sort of like a standing up [TS]

  human-like bipedal character right now I [TS]

  put out there [TS]

  hmm and you weren't completely on board [TS]

  with this that a lot of people believe [TS]

  the Easter Bunny is like and on all [TS]

  fours rabbit sized rabbit [TS]

  so I did a vote like a poll on Twitter [TS]

  and ask people you know told bipedal or [TS]

  rabbit and a lot of people voted so I'm [TS]

  quite happy with the sample size m and [TS]

  the numbers were pretty consistent [TS]

  almost from the start [TS]

  that's a good sign sixty percent of [TS]

  people think the Easter Bunny is a [TS]

  standing up man in a rabbit so type [TS]

  thing and forty percent [TS]

  however as an actual bunny rabbit forty [TS]

  percent and I i was really surprised [TS]

  that's crazy [TS]

  yeah I feel like I don't understand how [TS]

  half the world thinks that makes no [TS]

  sense i know my whole belief system is [TS]

  being pulled out from underneath me with [TS]

  this information i would have assumed [TS]

  man-sized Easter Bunny 95% easy that not [TS]

  at all i just having a quick browse [TS]

  through some of the reddit comments that [TS]

  will put in someone here poo clue says [TS]

  the four-legged Easter Bunny carries the [TS]

  basket in her mouth her [TS]

  interestingly it's a little basket [TS]

  that's like the TARDIS and can hold a [TS]

  great many eggs does sound kind of [TS]

  adorable [TS]

  we have someone with the username that i [TS]

  can trade because it has a swear word in [TS]

  it but they say I used to believe that [TS]

  the bunny laid chocolate eggs [TS]

  I'm still not comfortable with the bunny [TS]

  laying the eggs that's so wrong to me [TS]

  and said lion says Easter Bunny is a [TS]

  white angora rabbit regular animal [TS]

  inform world moves around bipedally [TS]

  think March Hare huh thats of any help [TS]

  to that is ok so like Peter Rabbit ok [TS]

  who don't be so mama if that's a is that [TS]

  on the Easter rabbit front [TS]

  hey this time he is obviously a brown [TS]

  brown this time [TS]

  normal rabbit sized bunny with an [TS]

  egg-shaped backpack and he has special [TS]

  Easter hands laying the eggs for him [TS]

  okay well I'm Santa Claus ourselves [TS]

  we've got around the egg brother there [TS]

  by introducing special hands to the [TS]

  equation easter hands now [TS]

  no this isn't it is this why peeps exist [TS]

  either supposed to be chickens at Easter [TS]

  well I mean you have chickens and expose [TS]

  about new life and stuff isn't it [TS]

  although I have to say this person does [TS]

  lose credibility with the next sentence [TS]

  because they then claimed the Tooth [TS]

  Fairy is a small ferry sized being in [TS]

  green clothing obviously and there's no [TS]

  way the tooth fairy dresses in grain [TS]

  yeah the 23 is not tinkerbell let's go [TS]

  back to the hands though because i feel [TS]

  i feel immediately sold on this idea [TS]

  like oh the Easter hands are like this [TS]

  watch Pete of easter i can totally get [TS]

  behind this now you're introducing an [TS]

  unnecessary complication to the magic [TS]

  here now I think if the Easter Bunny is [TS]

  a bunny sighs bunny the hens that makes [TS]

  sense in my mind I think I can get [TS]

  behind this [TS]

  I mean obviously I'm still saying that [TS]

  the Easter Bunny's a huge person he can [TS]

  just handle it all on his own [TS]

  I don't know about the hands because [TS]

  that implies that for the rest of the [TS]

  year the Easter Bunny is like hanging [TS]

  out with a bunch of hands in like a [TS]

  house or a hotshot something like I [TS]

  don't know I just don't see records and [TS]

  hence mixing it up like that and why [TS]

  does the backpack have to be egg-shaped [TS]

  i don't know i think i think this person [TS]

  just making it up if they are making it [TS]

  up i feel like this should be the start [TS]

  of a new tradition for the people who [TS]

  think that the Easter Bunny is actually [TS]

  bunny sighs you have a whole little [TS]

  parade of animals wandering to your [TS]

  house depositing eggs i think it makes [TS]

  perfect sense i don't think it was [TS]

  implied that the hands do the trip with [TS]

  the Easter Bunny to everyone's houses I [TS]

  imagine they're back home like Santa's [TS]

  elves having done their hard work during [TS]

  the uh ok that's less adorable i was [TS]

  imagining a small parade that mr. tony [TS]

  is leading through the homes then the [TS]

  hands dispersed throughout the house to [TS]

  hide all the eggs if they're just [TS]

  staying back home in the hatchery or [TS]

  whatever that's not as interesting i [TS]

  don't like that as much obviously when I [TS]

  posed the question is the Easter Bunny [TS]

  like a standing up person or a rabbit [TS]

  special shout-out to all those people on [TS]

  the internet who replied neither that [TS]

  used to burn using real it made up your [TS]

  awesome thanks man [TS]

  that's what we were looking for that's [TS]

  exactly the answer is lookin for ya meet [TS]

  security Brady I'm sorry I got you a [TS]

  little bit excited by writing meet [TS]

  security in our show notes and you like [TS]

  text means it may security that there's [TS]

  also i haven't actually got much to say [TS]

  other then make security is like a much [TS]

  bigger thing than I realized who like I [TS]

  really brought up how amazed i was that [TS]

  when I was buying a stake at the [TS]

  supermarket it had level the security [TS]

  labels on it and you couldn't just walk [TS]

  out with that [TS]

  not that I was trying to work out with [TS]

  it but you know what I mean of course [TS]

  not i don't know i must have sounded [TS]

  genuinely interested in the topic when [TS]

  we discussed it in the last episode [TS]

  because a lot of people wrote me quite [TS]

  detailed emails about it and sent me [TS]

  links and it's like the stealing of mate [TS]

  is like a huge issue and i just want to [TS]

  say that all those people thank you for [TS]

  sending that and you know you've opened [TS]

  my eyes to the problem i also wanted to [TS]

  a special shout out at the person who [TS]

  wrote an email to me and said that they [TS]

  work in kind of the make butcher [TS]

  industry Lou and it's a really big issue [TS]

  and if i want to know a lot more detail [TS]

  about it he was willing to like send me [TS]

  another email and that person was really [TS]

  smart because I haven't replied and I [TS]

  don't want to know a whole lot more [TS]

  about it but they save themselves the [TS]

  time of writing the really long email by [TS]

  sending this preliminary email basically [TS]

  saying if i write your balls of texts [TS]

  will you read it and the answer is no [TS]

  but they were smart enough to realize [TS]

  that yeah we're throw an idea out there [TS]

  into the void Brady but i suspect that [TS]

  the people who write big walls of text [TS]

  on the internet they're not short on [TS]

  time I think they have a lot of time [TS]

  yeah there you go make security there's [TS]

  like a vise video about it and [TS]

  everything so just go get that paper you [TS]

  find out loads of interesting stuff much [TS]

  more actual information than you ever [TS]

  get on an episode of Hello internet here [TS]

  because it sounds like you actually know [TS]

  nothing except that this just exist like [TS]

  I keep waiting for some interesting [TS]

  facts about me security but i think it's [TS]

  not going to happen i'm going to have to [TS]

  look at myself maybe we have like a [TS]

  special mix security episode at some [TS]

  stage I think we won't i think that is [TS]

  extraordinarily unlikely i had a knock [TS]

  on the door today like a delivery person [TS]

  was there with each three big boxes i [TS]

  had no idea what it was because i hadn't [TS]

  ordered anything and it didn't look like [TS]

  sort of the shape of clothes that my [TS]

  wife would have ordered yeah so I [TS]

  thought what if this and it was actually [TS]

  the boxes were quite similar size to the [TS]

  boxes all the vinyl records were sent in [TS]

  so i thought why am i receiving a whole [TS]

  stack of Records like a something gone [TS]

  wrong or and it wasn't until I opened [TS]

  them that I realized what they were they [TS]

  were silver buttons and among them was a [TS]

  hello internet so [TS]

  the button more silver play button for [TS]

  Brady yeah whatever buttons have changed [TS]

  the box so the Box doesn't match my [TS]

  other pile of boxes i have with the [TS]

  other words haha which does sort of do [TS]

  my head in a little bit but i think the [TS]

  buttons are pretty similar [TS]

  so anyway I've now got I think of now [TS]

  got nine here I've got one more coming [TS]

  my objectivity ones in the post when i [TS]

  get that one I'll have them all together [TS]

  and i'll get them together like a family [TS]

  photo or something and then i'm going to [TS]

  distribute them to various homes so the [TS]

  boxes are different but is the case that [TS]

  they come in different or have you not [TS]

  even open to look I had a look [TS]

  ok it looks similar i haven't compared [TS]

  with the previous ones i tell you [TS]

  another interesting thing i noticed [TS]

  today I mean it sounds like a humble [TS]

  brag but it's not you know I've already [TS]

  done the bragg of the buttons this is [TS]

  just me talking there but when I opened [TS]

  all three to check that were right [TS]

  each one on top has like a proform a [TS]

  letter with like a facsimile signature [TS]

  of the chief executive of YouTube [TS]

  writing this big gushing isn't everybody [TS]

  or some email telling me how awesome I [TS]

  am forgetting to a hundred thousand [TS]

  subscribers em and like I can see how he [TS]

  opened the box that would seem quite [TS]

  nice you but when you open three boxes [TS]

  in a row and look at the exact same [TS]

  photocopy later in them like it really [TS]

  loses the personal touch and you realize [TS]

  this is a little bit mass-produced and [TS]

  you don't feel so special right when you [TS]

  have to empty your shredder because it's [TS]

  full of these documents just being [TS]

  shredded one after another from all of [TS]

  your play button like oh here's another [TS]

  one congratulating shred shred now i [TS]

  have to take all of this out of the bin [TS]

  with nico she's written me nine letters [TS]

  now but I don't think she even knows who [TS]

  i am i'm sure she knows who you are [TS]

  ready now it's like mr. parents isn't [TS]

  that she's like heroin hey [TS]

  mmm perhaps although in all seriousness [TS]

  that because this becomes a little bit [TS]

  of question of measurement but you have [TS]

  to be the individual on youtube with the [TS]

  largest number of you to play buttons [TS]

  this has to be true right there can't be [TS]

  someone else who beat you on this now [TS]

  the grains must tell their bathroom with [TS]

  you to play buttons [TS]

  ok but this is what I mean it gets into [TS]

  a difficult thing of measurement because [TS]

  the green [TS]

  things are an empire they have like [TS]

  dozens of people working across many [TS]

  channels you have a lot of channels [TS]

  where it is [TS]

  you working on the videos obviously [TS]

  you're interviewing people so it's [TS]

  somewhat of a team effort [TS]

  yeah but maybe the way to do it is to [TS]

  take silver buttons / staff member and [TS]

  we want a ratio we want a ratio number i [TS]

  suspect you might be number one on that [TS]

  metric on youtube know it'd be really [TS]

  hard-pressed to think of anybody else [TS]

  who would beat you on that I find hard [TS]

  to believe paradise [TS]

  so you don't have many at all but i will [TS]

  kick the hello internet when I guess [TS]

  because where else is that going to go [TS]

  in till we open the museum in the black [TS]

  stump ya not going to be unknown in my [TS]

  house that's for sure [TS]

  now have you got a hello it's Nev and [TS]

  episode in your house i do have a helmet [TS]

  and final episode of my house hidden or [TS]

  in a place where a person would say it [TS]

  it is not in a place that a person would [TS]

  see it right is not in a vault i'm not [TS]

  quite sure what you're getting at here [TS]

  well I just wanted because i know that [TS]

  you had one framed like as a gift for [TS]

  someone else [TS]

  yeah and it looks really awesome and it [TS]

  did look really awesome by the way it [TS]

  really did yeah and I know your wife [TS]

  arrangement she obviously had it really [TS]

  well designed and she was so excited she [TS]

  was thinking this could even the good in [TS]

  their house and I got really excited by [TS]

  the idea of an HIV or hanging in your [TS]

  house but she obviously didn't win that [TS]

  better [TS]

  it was a battle that you tried to fight [TS]

  and it was a battle that she lost [TS]

  okay here's the thing I don't understand [TS]

  why would you get excited by the idea of [TS]

  it hanging up in my house like what does [TS]

  that matter to you why does that make [TS]

  you excited I don't understand because [TS]

  you know we created like a lovely thing [TS]

  and to think that it was worthy of you [TS]

  looking at it every day would like warm [TS]

  my heart it would make me think it has [TS]

  actually moved you and made you happy [TS]

  it would be like proof and not just lip [TS]

  service know Brady I'm not like maybe [TS]

  I'm not like you know so tell me you [TS]

  love me i'm just saying can you not see [TS]

  why that would make me happy like it [TS]

  would be like a tangible sign of you [TS]

  know you tell me you like it all the [TS]

  time and that you know and I believe you [TS]

  but this would be like something more [TS]

  especially your house that you hate [TS]

  stuff in that would be like getting [TS]

  access to the Pope was nothing I just [TS]

  think it's funny the way you always [TS]

  manage to frame a question in a way that [TS]

  it just never even occurs to me to think [TS]

  about as though what is on the walls and [TS]

  Patrick of the worthiness of the thing I [TS]

  find that so strange like what a strange [TS]

  way to think about things cause that's [TS]

  the case since all time humans have put [TS]

  things they value most on the walls have [TS]

  you ever been to a museum that's kind of [TS]

  in a way what we do i'm not saying that [TS]

  if something is not on your wall [TS]

  you don't value it what I'm saying is if [TS]

  you put something on your wall [TS]

  you're giving it like extra value i feel [TS]

  like i just can't agree with us because [TS]

  i mentioned before in our current flat [TS]

  we don't but I could see in a future [TS]

  flat having photographs up on the wall [TS]

  and it doesn't necessarily mean that [TS]

  that is the most worthy item that I own [TS]

  to put up on the wall here it's imbuing [TS]

  it with the degree of specialness let me [TS]

  put it this way great right now I'm just [TS]

  looking at my phone [TS]

  hmm i have a photo of you in my phone [TS]

  you're okay without you I'm fine with [TS]

  you having a photograph of me [TS]

  yeah what would you do if you came to my [TS]

  house and I had a 10 x 8 photo of you on [TS]

  my office wall i would be supremely [TS]

  weirded out why why there is the answer [TS]

  to the question i guess i can see what [TS]

  you're getting at here because it would [TS]

  be an extremely bizarre placement of [TS]

  importance of the photograph of me [TS]

  yes all right I guess I can see what [TS]

  you're saying their co i'm climbing as a [TS]

  half victory [TS]

  I think you can legitimately claim that [TS]

  as a half victory not all things fall [TS]

  into this category but some things fall [TS]

  into this category so I can see what you [TS]

  mean like a random picture might not [TS]

  mean anything but a picture of a [TS]

  particular person does mean something I [TS]

  can get that I can see which wasn't [TS]

  there [TS]

  alright you can put that in the Brady [TS]

  column you and I talked a lot about [TS]

  freebooting em and we have often talked [TS]

  about sort of the subset of freebooting [TS]

  that we sometimes called gift booting [TS]

  voting yeah give booting is the only [TS]

  thing we call it [TS]

  yeah you're right i was just preparing [TS]

  for that person who says the easter [TS]

  bunny doesn't really exist whoo-hoo [TS]

  so i found an interesting example of [TS]

  gift booting a day or two ago that I [TS]

  condemn and I think it's wrong but it [TS]

  did also bring a like a small flicker of [TS]

  something respect [TS]

  cleverness now I need to know what this [TS]

  thing is where you know how they're all [TS]

  these sources of gifts because people [TS]

  send them all the time in text messages [TS]

  now and they tweak them all the time so [TS]

  you can actually go to these light [TS]

  repositories of gifts and look up the [TS]

  one that just fits exactly what you're [TS]

  wanting you know I want someone with [TS]

  brown hair and a red t-shirt linking [TS]

  with their left eye [TS]

  yeah i could find one yeah let's build [TS]

  into by message analysis you just search [TS]

  for things like who knows where it even [TS]

  comes from [TS]

  yep i built into I message built into [TS]

  twitter so the other day i was messaging [TS]

  my wife and to let you know cheer up and [TS]

  joke around [TS]

  I wanted to send her a picture of a two [TS]

  hour so i searched for two hour and they [TS]

  were plenty gifts of Audrey stolen from [TS]

  my youtube videos where she bursting [TS]

  bubbles breathing [TS]

  yes he was chasing bubbles in slow [TS]

  motion well I can see how you might feel [TS]

  slightly peeved but also like a proud [TS]

  papa [TS]

  in that moment a little bit but I still [TS]

  condemning I'm not excusing yet but I [TS]

  did feel a little bit proud they are [TS]

  gifts of the world's cutest to our when [TS]

  she was a puppy at the absolute apex of [TS]

  her cuteness those gives might be the [TS]

  cutest a trauma has ever been or will [TS]

  ever be represented in human history [TS]

  that moment of her bursting those [TS]

  bubbles for people who don't know which [TS]

  is everyone in the world except grey I [TS]

  went out to dinner recently with gray [TS]

  and we were just having a chat and like [TS]

  in a moment of weakness I did say to him [TS]

  is Audrey good-looking because I i had a [TS]

  little crisis of confidence because I [TS]

  know chiwawas tread a fine line between [TS]

  being good looking and going a little [TS]

  bit wrong and also I know like proud [TS]

  parents think their kids are beautiful [TS]

  yeah and i think├║it is gorgeous but the [TS]

  other day I was talking again i was [TS]

  talking with my wife and she was saying [TS]

  you realize that we some people who [TS]

  don't think poetry is gorgeous and I was [TS]

  like now he can't be writin so I sort of [TS]

  said to you I said tell me straight gray [TS]

  what do you think about Audrey for the [TS]

  listener just imagine for a moment that [TS]

  you are out you're having a nice dinner [TS]

  with a friend and they say tell me [TS]

  something [TS]

  they look into your eyes perhaps they [TS]

  reach across the table and put their [TS]

  hand on your hand and say give it to me [TS]

  straight [TS]

  is my child smart are they good at what [TS]

  they do and they're looking and I might [TS]

  add eyes glistening a little bit perhaps [TS]

  on the verge of some kind of emotional [TS]

  problem perhaps the answer that you're [TS]

  about to give is the sort of thing that [TS]

  might destroy your very friendship [TS]

  forever imagine finding yourself in that [TS]

  social situation and what would you say [TS]

  of course listener you would tell the [TS]

  truth [TS]

  Audrey is the most beautiful to all I [TS]

  have ever seen she is adorable and i [TS]

  really mean upgrading gave me a [TS]

  convincing outside like you even pulled [TS]

  an addict churches another wife and I [TS]

  were just talking the other day about [TS]

  ordering you didn't just say yes you [TS]

  called on evidence and like extra [TS]

  witness is the thing Brady I really do [TS]

  I'm telling it to you straight i'm [TS]

  looking into your eyes right Audrey is [TS]

  genuinely the accused you i have ever [TS]

  seen it is mostly because most of what [TS]

  you feel sorry for them that they've [TS]

  even been born it's like oh you are some [TS]

  kind of genetic abnormality that should [TS]

  never have existed but like we have [TS]

  wrought you out of the wolf and this is [TS]

  what we have made like gaze upon the [TS]

  horror of it sort of like somebody the [TS]

  Bulldogs like all you poor bulldog like [TS]

  I'm so sorry for you but that's not all [TS]

  tree like she is genuinely super cute [TS]

  but i just think it's funny because i [TS]

  know that i am telling the truth but I [TS]

  don't understand how you could ever [TS]

  possibly genuinely trust me [TS]

  100-percent when you ask a friend a [TS]

  question like that like that's why i was [TS]

  pulling an antidote so why did have [TS]

  witnesses like we call people on the [TS]

  phone to confirm that yes i have told [TS]

  their party got is this definitely [TS]

  happens next [TS]

  it really did there was a big thing [TS]

  because he wanted the proof like and I [TS]

  busted out all the proof that I possibly [TS]

  could but i still think in asking that [TS]

  question you can't trust a friend like [TS]

  this this is what the internet is for [TS]

  the internet tells you the truth and you [TS]

  know you can trust what the internet [TS]

  thinks about things because the internet [TS]

  it will tell you [TS]

  and so when you search the Chihuahua and [TS]

  you find Audrey breaking bubbles [TS]

  in the gift Ron 5,000 or whatever it was [TS]

  I think that is the answer to your [TS]

  question [TS]

  well first of all you can't trust the [TS]

  internet because everyone brings like [TS]

  lots of baggage but also they haven't [TS]

  met Audrey in person but also if I've [TS]

  got one friend who is not going to obey [TS]

  the social norms because he doesn't know [TS]

  what social norms are and and just tell [TS]

  the truth when he shouldn't know it's [TS]

  you [TS]

  yeah I will agree with that i am [TS]

  definitely the friend to ask there's no [TS]

  doubt about that [TS]

  I'm the person to ask i'm just still [TS]

  saying if I were you I feel like you can [TS]

  never fully trust your friends on a [TS]

  question like that asking about your [TS]

  child [TS]

  you just can't that's why you have to [TS]

  ask the internet if you didn't like orgy [TS]

  that mean you're always picking her up [TS]

  and hold her and she falls asleep on [TS]

  your arm while you're stroking her and [TS]

  stuff like you're a softie for the tree [TS]

  i totally am every time i go over it's [TS]

  like can't wait to see her [TS]

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  off started Harry's to fix shaving they [TS]

  knew there was only one way to ensure [TS]

  quality so they bought their own razor [TS]

  factory by taking less profit and [TS]

  selling directly to you over the [TS]

  Internet [TS]

  Harry's offers their blades at half the [TS]

  price just two dollars a blade compared [TS]

  to the four or more you'll pay at the [TS]

  drugstore [TS]

  not only do they use five [TS]

  precision-engineered blades with a [TS]

  lubricating strip to make sure that you [TS]

  get the closest most comfortable shave [TS]

  but all of their stuff just looks [TS]

  fantastic which I personally love it's [TS]

  an aesthetic that is a combination of [TS]

  the old and the new and I think it just [TS]

  looks great it looks great to have in [TS]

  your house or it looks great to give as [TS]

  a gift to somebody else it's fantastic [TS]

  high quality stuff [TS]

  Harry's is so confident in the quality [TS]

  of their blades they want you to try [TS]

  their shape set for free [TS]

  you heard that right just cover shipping [TS]

  when you sign up plus as a special offer [TS]

  for fans [TS]

  the show go to Harry's dot-com right now [TS]

  and enter code [TS]

  hii and check out to get a post shave [TS]

  balm also free that's Harry's a.com code [TS]

  eh I with their free trial set you'll be [TS]

  getting a Truman razor with a blade [TS]

  foaming shave gel and he travel blade [TS]

  cover that lasts about two weeks [TS]

  it's a pretty great deal you have no [TS]

  reason not to try them [TS]

  so once again go to Harry's dot-com code [TS]

  eh I to try their free shave sets and [TS]

  get yourself a fantastic shave [TS]

  thanks so much to harry's for supporting [TS]

  the show vinyl is on the up more than 3 [TS]

  million people bought vinyl albums last [TS]

  year was the highest number of vinyl [TS]

  album sold in the UK 25 years and [TS]

  although to be fair it's still only some [TS]

  tiny percentage of music sales I found [TS]

  it really interesting to note that it's [TS]

  having this real resurgence while see [TS]

  days and downloads are both plummeting [TS]

  blue because streaming is obviously [TS]

  becoming the go-to thinks trainings like [TS]

  you know going gangbusters so [TS]

  everything's folding except streaming [TS]

  but vinyl is holding out and for all [TS]

  those people who've asked sales of the [TS]

  hello Internet vinyl edition i do not [TS]

  believe have been incorporated into [TS]

  those statistics and because i certainly [TS]

  get to supply them so you can add a few [TS]

  extra onto that 3.2 million thanks to [TS]

  the Thames any thoughts on this [TS]

  I'm just looking at this article and say [TS]

  yes while the numbers are somewhat [TS]

  impressive here it is 3.2 million [TS]

  records were sold last year which is a [TS]

  fifty three percent rise on the previous [TS]

  year which is quite impressive [TS]

  I just feel like this has to hit a cap [TS]

  pretty fast and it is a tiny portion of [TS]

  the overall business like I just quickly [TS]

  google to see and as of last year Apple [TS]

  music alone in the streaming world has [TS]

  20 million subscribers and I think Apple [TS]

  music is probably smaller than Spotify [TS]

  don't know but I'm gonna guess it is so [TS]

  I'm not seeing a real vinyl resurgence i [TS]

  would also be [TS]

  very curious to know what the breakdown [TS]

  is of the actual usage of those vinyl [TS]

  records how many of them are being [TS]

  bought to be displayed like posters in [TS]

  the way that you talked about a while [TS]

  back there beautiful pieces of artwork [TS]

  you can put them up on your wall [TS]

  how many of them are being bought like [TS]

  that versus being actually played I'm [TS]

  betting this is becoming like the [TS]

  collectors market thing as opposed to an [TS]

  actual utility thing does that matter [TS]

  so what I don't think it matters but i [TS]

  do think it changes what is this thing [TS]

  and collectors markets are just totally [TS]

  strange markets i think i mentioned [TS]

  before I only recently just discovered [TS]

  this whole phenomenon of collector [TS]

  edition sneakers sneakers that shoe [TS]

  companies manufacture with no intention [TS]

  of them ever being worn by anyone as I [TS]

  ok this is a totally weird strange [TS]

  market [TS]

  I feel like I bet the vinyl market is a [TS]

  lot closer to something like that then [TS]

  it is to an actual utility object on [TS]

  what you put the idea of limited-edition [TS]

  hello Internet sneakers into my head for [TS]

  hitting 100 can feel it you know it's [TS]

  gonna take me like a bug [TS]

  okay buddy i feel like part of my job [TS]

  sometimes is to save you from yourself [TS]

  up my dad took me down i gotta talk you [TS]

  off the ledge buddy because they're okay [TS]

  first of all think back to all of the [TS]

  returns that you've already had to deal [TS]

  with for the final episode of Hello [TS]

  incident and now keep in mind sneakers [TS]

  they're not a single consistent item [TS]

  they have to be manufactured different [TS]

  sizes [TS]

  you'd have to deal with returns people [TS]

  having different sizes now I know if [TS]

  they're not being worn [TS]

  not if they're not for wearing you could [TS]

  just do them all in one size mm no no [TS]

  Brady is not possible you have to [TS]

  manufacture them a different sizes that [TS]

  people would demand it [TS]

  it's too much of a logistic trouble you [TS]

  don't want to do this [TS]

  think of all the different materials [TS]

  there's no sneaker machine that can just [TS]

  press it out and record a quick youtube [TS]

  video of the manufacturing process [TS]

  I don't think you want to do this this [TS]

  is not a good idea man i'm already [TS]

  thinking of ways I can do here is we [TS]

  have to do here's my plan [TS]

  I can tell you the plan because even if [TS]

  i tell you it might still work we've got [TS]

  to just move on to the next topic [TS]

  because by the end of the show you might [TS]

  just forget [TS]

  and it will be over era but then I'll [TS]

  here in this episode and it will remind [TS]

  me like a parent ramon de if future [TS]

  Brady is listening to this episode we [TS]

  can also hope that by the time you get [TS]

  to the end of the episode he also [TS]

  forgets that's our only hear that future [TS]

  Brady keep listening to the show I get [TS]

  what I can't even what we're talking [TS]

  about [TS]

  there you go perfect i also saw today [TS]

  and obviously I knew this was gonna [TS]

  happen but I hadn't read about it before [TS]

  about the opening of Star Wars land by [TS]

  disney the Star Wars theme park which [TS]

  was obviously one of the first things [TS]

  that are gonna do when disney bought the [TS]

  rights to Star Wars food but uh it looks [TS]

  like it's upon us and i was wondering [TS]

  what you thought about this [TS]

  according to this article 14 acres at [TS]

  disneyland and walt Disney World in [TS]

  Florida so it looks like Star Wars land [TS]

  is going to be part of disneyland [TS]

  they're hoping to open it may be by [TS]

  around the time the episode 9 comes out [TS]

  so couple years time wondering how you [TS]

  felt about this i don't know Brady [TS]

  effort this do things here the first is [TS]

  it never really crossed my mind that [TS]

  when disney bought Star Wars they'd be [TS]

  making theme parks which of course seems [TS]

  really obvious in retrospect it's just [TS]

  like in my mind star wars are you still [TS]

  this precious thing but no now it's [TS]

  gonna be forever which leads to the [TS]

  second thing which is I'm really feeling [TS]

  some star wars burnout that's where i'm [TS]

  headed about this although i do anything [TS]

  even just looking at some conceptual [TS]

  drawings like I'm sure would be cool to [TS]

  walk around and some of those [TS]

  environments [TS]

  I don't know it feels like the Marvel [TS]

  Universe ification of Star Wars and it's [TS]

  going to be around forever and there's [TS]

  always going to be more things i think [TS]

  im just gonna have to step back a little [TS]

  bit are you gonna head down to disney as [TS]

  soon as it's open [TS]

  I don't think i'll be an early adopter [TS]

  where do you stand on theme parks and [TS]

  amusement parks like how do you feel [TS]

  about them I couldn't get if you are [TS]

  someone who hates them or likes them [TS]

  because in some ways like you know I [TS]

  know you don't like crowds and people [TS]

  moving and tackiness but on the other [TS]

  hand you do like kind of you know mass [TS]

  appeal entertainment is that what's on [TS]

  the other side of the scale massive [TS]

  field entertainment that's interesting [TS]

  you know you play computer games and [TS]

  watch movies and stuff so you do some [TS]

  normal stuff i do some normal stuff that [TS]

  is true we like Las Vegas [TS]

  I do like Las Vegas well this one's [TS]

  anybody when you say like I don't like [TS]

  tacky things [TS]

  yes but there is a Maryland point for [TS]

  tackiness which once you cross it it [TS]

  becomes awesome and I think a lot of Las [TS]

  Vegas does fall into this category of [TS]

  its past the Maryland point but you [TS]

  don't like queuing I don't like doing [TS]

  I don't like rides that involve [TS]

  acceleration in any way which is a [TS]

  pretty broad category of rides so those [TS]

  sort of things are not pleasant for me [TS]

  even little baby rides that have the [TS]

  tiniest amount of acceleration that find [TS]

  deeply physically uncomfortable so I [TS]

  don't do any of those things is that [TS]

  because you don't like the feeling of [TS]

  course you're scared you're gonna die [TS]

  it's just the physical sensation right [TS]

  there's something in my body which is [TS]

  overly tuned to acceleration and reacts [TS]

  extremely poorly and every once in a [TS]

  while by which i mean maybe every five [TS]

  or six years some part of me forgets [TS]

  this and thinks maybe I can try and i'll [TS]

  do some like baby ride and then this is [TS]

  like oh god get me off this thing [TS]

  immediately this is just physically [TS]

  uncomfortable the carnies running those [TS]

  rides don't exactly instill faith in how [TS]

  reliable they always are but it's mostly [TS]

  the actual physical uncomfortable this [TS]

  is the problem what's economy is that [TS]

  someone he runs accountable [TS]

  yeah they're like traveling people who [TS]

  run carnivals that sort of carne is that [TS]

  like an offensive term it sounds like [TS]

  would be an offensive way I think it is [TS]

  slightly offensive but it's occurring to [TS]

  me that maybe this is a very American [TS]

  term right I feel like you would say [TS]

  Carney to anybody and they would have an [TS]

  image of a teenager who's not really [TS]

  paying full attention to the teacup ride [TS]

  at the local carnival like that's why [TS]

  would happen your mind if you say a [TS]

  carny ok so it's a world where led to [TS]

  say unlikely in today it's not [TS]

  yeah obviously is as you said it news [TS]

  starts now Brady you're allowed to say [TS]

  all the words on the internet there are [TS]

  no forbidden words on the industry [TS]

  yeah but i mean i guess to answer your [TS]

  question when I was a kid my parents [TS]

  took me to Disney very regularly for a [TS]

  period of time like every other year we [TS]

  went down to Disney and what I do really [TS]

  like about those kinds of environments [TS]

  is just the experience of walking around [TS]

  a place that has been set up in an [TS]

  interesting way [TS]

  I don't necessarily feel the need to go [TS]

  on lots of rides but to me that was [TS]

  never really the experience that I just [TS]

  always like walking around i just got [TS]

  his picture in my head of parents taking [TS]

  this little tiny ctp greater Disney [TS]

  World for the fifth time in 10 years and [TS]

  you're just so excited because you know [TS]

  once again get to see how they work in [TS]

  the rubbish collection [TS]

  I mean that is part of it but I think I [TS]

  like a well-designed theme park just [TS]

  sets up visually interesting places to [TS]

  walk around i have this real theory [TS]

  about like when you're walking into [TS]

  place curved paths make a place much [TS]

  more interesting to walk around [TS]

  particularly curves pads were you can't [TS]

  necessarily see what's too far ahead of [TS]

  you [TS]

  I feel like a lot of the theme parks do [TS]

  a really good job of that kind of [TS]

  feeling like you're walking around and [TS]

  moving between different areas you're [TS]

  not just standing in the center of a [TS]

  really big open space that extends in [TS]

  all directions and you can see [TS]

  everything I think that's kind of boring [TS]

  a few of the very old markets in London [TS]

  have that kind of feeling to where [TS]

  you're walking into space and because [TS]

  you can't see everything in all [TS]

  directions like in a modern mall [TS]

  it's just a more interesting environment [TS]

  to walk around so i really like all of [TS]

  that kind of stuff that said as an adult [TS]

  I haven't been to a theme park in a very [TS]

  very long time and I think it's because [TS]

  my patience and tolerance for crowds and [TS]

  lines and children would be at an [TS]

  all-time low and whenever my family and [TS]

  I went because they are the best parents [TS]

  in the world always took me out of [TS]

  school to go to Disneyland in the [TS]

  offseason so it was like we had the [TS]

  whole place to ourselves and I like I [TS]

  don't even know what they told the [TS]

  school we were up to but it was always [TS]

  like whatever the least busy time was [TS]

  they would take me out of school and we [TS]

  would go and it was awesome [TS]

  co haven't been to Disneyland once and i [TS]

  went in 2002 normally I can't tell you [TS]

  the years I did things but i do remember [TS]

  that year was a long time ago and my [TS]

  camera still was a film camera while two [TS]

  loads of pictures and had the time of my [TS]

  life and as we were leaving I realized [TS]

  there was no film in my camera and I was [TS]

  like are no [TS]

  I wondered why didn't have to change my [TS]

  film another taking some photos so then [TS]

  we spent 20 minutes running around [TS]

  disneyland a breakneck speed re creating [TS]

  all the photos and reposing in front of [TS]

  all the Roberts to take the photos again [TS]

  so when I look through all those [TS]

  pictures it's like I do we did all that [TS]

  in 10 minutes the end of the day but a [TS]

  good time but you have the memories so [TS]

  great i want to try bringing this up but [TS]

  I don't want to like lead you down a [TS]

  rabbit hole because I'm scared you might [TS]

  go off on one and that bore me [TS]

  wow that hurts that hurts really deep [TS]

  breathing I'm why you're going to want [TS]

  to take in a different direction but [TS]

  anyway that's your podcast know you can [TS]

  do you want but i want to talk about [TS]

  people dying [TS]

  no because there was this thing right in [TS]

  2016 wherever saying all this is like [TS]

  the worst year ever and like everyone [TS]

  keeps dying and all these celebrities [TS]

  kept I and part of me thought it was [TS]

  interesting part of me thought it was [TS]

  ridiculous but the thing that I thought [TS]

  was interesting was I've said like in an [TS]

  episode of Hello internet in the early [TS]

  days [TS]

  mmm i basically predicted this and just [TS]

  came through earlier than i thought the [TS]

  fact that as the years go by we're [TS]

  getting a bigger and bigger density [TS]

  famous people it's gonna seem every year [TS]

  like more famous people are dying [TS]

  because they're just our more famous [TS]

  people because of the way the media's [TS]

  evolved and fame and celebrity has a [TS]

  mouth and I think every year is going to [TS]

  be worse than the year before in terms [TS]

  of its seeming like celebrities are [TS]

  falling off the perch and I think 2017 [TS]

  has very much started in this way as [TS]

  well like I feel like the number of [TS]

  famous people dying in january and [TS]

  februari of 2017 has been even higher [TS]

  than it was all through 2016 and you can [TS]

  send me all the links to old like the [TS]

  boring articles and podcasts that show [TS]

  that it doesn't change [TS]

  I'm not that interested in facts I'm [TS]

  just say this is what it feels like when [TS]

  I don't know what you think [TS]

  ok so i am trying to think about any [TS]

  celebrity deaths that i will have heard [TS]

  of and I can only come up with one that [TS]

  I've heard of for this year but i think [TS]

  the only example i can think of it [TS]

  perfectly goes into exactly what you're [TS]

  saying [TS]

  which is a guy called Hans Rosling who's [TS]

  a Swedish doctor and statistician and [TS]

  ran a website called Gapminder if [TS]

  anybody knew of him it was because he [TS]

  did a couple of ted talks on population [TS]

  growth that were very popular and very [TS]

  interesting and he's a guy whose career [TS]

  I've followed a little bit since he came [TS]

  across my radar but he's a perfect [TS]

  example of someone who in an earlier [TS]

  time would not have had any level of [TS]

  internet fame for me to even be aware of [TS]

  when he died in the first place [TS]

  he's the only person I can think of that [TS]

  I've heard of who's died this year but [TS]

  he's exactly this example like a person [TS]

  with a certain amount of internet fame [TS]

  who makes it feel like [TS]

  all right here is a celebrity who has [TS]

  died but is probably unknown to a [TS]

  reasonably large portion of the [TS]

  population and I think more and more [TS]

  celebrity deaths are going to be like [TS]

  that just as you say what do you think [TS]

  about 2016 and then was there like a [TS]

  clustering there were some big ones [TS]

  obviously but yeah there were some big [TS]

  ones but my frustration with is also is [TS]

  that I think it just becomes a meme I [TS]

  think there are a couple of people you [TS]

  can point to with kind of starting this [TS]

  idea in people's minds of 2016 being a [TS]

  terrible year and also then combining it [TS]

  with the celebrity deaths and I think [TS]

  that very naturally it just becomes a [TS]

  thing that gets into people's minds and [TS]

  once you start thinking about all of [TS]

  these celebrities are dying then you are [TS]

  more aware of all the celebrities who [TS]

  died i think it's also just a thing that [TS]

  feeds itself out of proportion to what [TS]

  is actually occurring even if the actual [TS]

  number of quotes celebrity deaths is [TS]

  also increasing at the same time but [TS]

  there's something machinist about this [TS]

  that annoys me I can't quite articulate [TS]

  why but it does that really bothers make [TS]

  I mean wikipedia is not the best example [TS]

  because we kept it hasn't really defined [TS]

  fine i'm just looking through the deaths [TS]

  of 2017 and for every day they list 20 [TS]

  people at least dying a lot of them [TS]

  wouldn't count famous or even [TS]

  make the news but it shows how many [TS]

  people we consider noteworthy in such a [TS]

  age of information so it's probably not [TS]

  surprising if you followed newspapers [TS]

  and TV and things like that where they [TS]

  just have to feel space they can quite [TS]

  easily fill it with stories of famous [TS]

  people dying they want anyway I did [TS]

  think it was interesting and we didn't [TS]

  mention the 2016 thing but we had talked [TS]

  about on how internet and I felt like [TS]

  maybe it was starting to come to [TS]

  fruition already i didn't realize that [TS]

  wikipedia of course they would have it [TS]

  wikipedia does maintain list of [TS]

  celebrity deaths for it looks like very [TS]

  many years [TS]

  yeah i just randomly jump back to [TS]

  nineteen ninety in january and like not [TS]

  sure have a long list of famous people [TS]

  who died in nineteen ninety in January [TS]

  yeah it might be more now but the idea [TS]

  of the death is ten times bigger than [TS]

  that maybe fifteen percent increase that [TS]

  is real if you see what I mean like [TS]

  that's the disparity that's occurring [TS]

  here I must have spent two hours last [TS]

  night [TS]

  this is chemical it's called Brady's [TS]

  reagent funnily enough but it's been in [TS]

  the news a bit lately [TS]

  Lucas there's some schools were having [TS]

  problems with exploding so we've done a [TS]

  video about it for periodic videos which [TS]

  I was doing last not so it's called [TS]

  Brady's reagent and after not too much [TS]

  research i was able to figure out why [TS]

  it's called Brady's reagent but it's got [TS]

  a secondary name that some people call [TS]

  it which is borchers reagent and I must [TS]

  have spent two hours figuring out who [TS]

  bore schwoz and then double checking and [TS]

  confirming i had the right person in the [TS]

  end I was unlike Google Books going [TS]

  through ancient text books written in [TS]

  German trying to find clothes and I was [TS]

  crazy [TS]

  the rabbit holes you can go down for [TS]

  like trivial facts that i didn't even [TS]

  need for the video it's just like [TS]

  something i put on screen for three [TS]

  seconds but god I some time into it it [TS]

  is very easy to do that sort of thing [TS]

  back in the day when you just at the [TS]

  library like well the trail runs cold [TS]

  real fast but now now there is always [TS]

  one further thing that you can try to [TS]

  chase it that fact really nail down [TS]

  there's always another page of results [TS]

  on google right no matter what you're [TS]

  typing in you can keep going and going [TS]

  if you like the answer is out there [TS]

  somewhere but also you start to like [TS]

  find yourself having to fight against [TS]

  sort of [TS]

  certain biases as well like i thought [TS]

  i'd figured out who he was it was this [TS]

  water waterboard you so everywhere I [TS]

  looked I was basically just looking for [TS]

  information that would confirm right [TS]

  right it was what abortion and then I [TS]

  was suddenly thinking hang on if I just [TS]

  got in my head that's who it is and I'm [TS]

  just looking for his name and maybe [TS]

  there's another borscht out there who's [TS]

  the actual guy and what am I doing with [TS]

  my life great i totally understand this [TS]

  yeah there's a very easy trap that [TS]

  everybody falls into of confirming a [TS]

  thing versus trying to find out if you [TS]

  are wrong about the thing and when do [TS]

  you stop looking [TS]

  you have my sympathies with this because [TS]

  i am trying to track down the reason why [TS]

  a government bureaucracy essentially a [TS]

  hundred years ago decided to do with [TS]

  things the way they did [TS]

  it's the exact same thing like where do [TS]

  we stop trying to find out the answer to [TS]

  this question this question which [TS]

  doesn't really matter doesn't really [TS]

  affect anything in a video i can [TS]

  trivially right around the reason for [TS]

  this thing it doesn't really matter [TS]

  because like it's got to be on the [TS]

  internet somewhere and I want to try to [TS]

  find it but it's also the problem with [TS]

  the confirmation of when I finally find [TS]

  something [TS]

  how do you know if that is true it can [TS]

  never end like have you found the answer [TS]

  or have you just found the first thing [TS]

  that provides an answer and you decide [TS]

  to go with you occasionally get smoking [TS]

  guns that you feel pretty confident [TS]

  about that [TS]

  oh yeah oh yeah but it's these kind of [TS]

  rabbit holes of trying to chase down [TS]

  information they do reveal something [TS]

  about how all knowledge is not exactly [TS]

  knowledge but it's a tower of [TS]

  probabilities that there's information [TS]

  that you are more and less certain about [TS]

  is real or is not real [TS]

  you don't want to spend most of your day [TS]

  looking at that to directly it's too [TS]

  much to think about but that really is [TS]

  how just all of the knowledge in [TS]

  anybody's head is essentially just a [TS]

  summation of probabilities of how likely [TS]

  do you think this is to be true and how [TS]

  likely is it to be untrue i promise i'm [TS]

  not going to make sports poke corner [TS]

  original operating I'm not gonna do but [TS]

  this is where I can't believe you now [TS]

  two episodes in a row we've just had the [TS]

  superbowl you've got to let me have [TS]

  sports ball corner for the superbowl [TS]

  if it's not the superbowl it's the world [TS]

  cup if it's not the world cup it's the [TS]

  price i can't think of another one but [TS]

  it's like there's always there's any two [TS]

  then the ashes there we go [TS]

  not i look at ya are a little bit proud [TS]

  of you that if it's not the ashes it's [TS]

  the Thunderdome [TS]

  I got you know it's like the guys on [TS]

  things here [TS]

  oh you have to make an exception for the [TS]

  superbowl as though that's the only [TS]

  sport that we participate in when you're [TS]

  always telling me stories about all [TS]

  kinds of things in one season ends and [TS]

  another season starts up as a different [TS]

  number of these things Brady what are [TS]

  you saying you saying I can't have [TS]

  sports bonuses like now I'm not saying [TS]

  you can't have sports ball corner and [TS]

  just it's again is the way you frame the [TS]

  thing like oh just this once just this [TS]

  once twice in a row like just you pretty [TS]

  well not everybody exactly like I know [TS]

  what you doing buddy right because once [TS]

  its twice now it's a tradition [TS]

  practically right think it's gonna have [TS]

  to happen all the time it's been like [TS]

  the dominant story of my wake this has [TS]

  been the thing that has consumed most of [TS]

  my headspace this week [TS]

  how can I not talk to my good buddy [TS]

  about it because i didn't know that [TS]

  there was a superbowl you didn't know [TS]

  the superbawl was on why would I know [TS]

  the superbowl was on because it's a [TS]

  major world event is it a major world [TS]

  events I feel like after I moved out of [TS]

  america i don't hear that much about the [TS]

  superbowl anymore [TS]

  how would i have come across this piece [TS]

  of information read it well I didn't see [TS]

  it on any of the reddit sections that I [TS]

  want it wasn't on reddit much to be [TS]

  honest I wasn't on my radar the to be [TS]

  honest but anyway go fail at the first [TS]

  hurdle liberating yeah anyway I don't [TS]

  tell you about my softball experience [TS]

  okay tell me about the super bowl but to [TS]

  tell you about myself bugs i have to be [TS]

  a bit of background this is important [TS]

  background is its yeah alright [TS]

  interesting do you know what my english [TS]

  soccer team is that I follow that might [TS]

  favor [TS]

  now we don't do Arsenal no setups pull [TS]

  the name out of a hat man [TS]

  my team is little poorer okay right I'm [TS]

  going to keep the story short it will be [TS]

  shorter if you stop groaning [TS]

  interrupting haha ok alright [TS]

  smile developers my father too long in [TS]

  2005 Liverpool made it to the final of a [TS]

  very important soccer tournament the [TS]

  Champions League the european cup final [TS]

  and now playing against a big famous [TS]

  italian club called AC Milan and and it [TS]

  was in Istanbul that's where the fire [TS]

  was being held ok and i happen to be on [TS]

  holiday the night the fire was on i was [TS]

  in Prague with an ex-girlfriend from a [TS]

  long time ago who really really hated [TS]

  soccer like you and we went to a bar to [TS]

  watch this game because i wanted to [TS]

  watch my beloved live a pole and a half [TS]

  time they were being absolutely pasted [TS]

  they were 3-nil down which in soccer [TS]

  terms against a really good team in a [TS]

  final is like game over [TS]

  yeah I totally understand that because [TS]

  once again you're terrible at estimating [TS]

  things and soccer is probably the sport [TS]

  that I have watched the most ever on TV [TS]

  but ok we continue para so anyway and [TS]

  the pub's full of like English louts so [TS]

  the girlfriend at the time says can we [TS]

  leave now but I don't want to watch the [TS]

  second half is a really unpleasant [TS]

  environment move and you're unhappy [TS]

  because your team has lost the game [TS]

  so what are we doing here and I said [TS]

  good point and we left and we walked [TS]

  around the city and we went back to the [TS]

  hotel and I was sitting in bed reading a [TS]

  book and suddenly i get a text message [TS]

  from my friend back in England going [TS]

  isn't this unbelievable you must be like [TS]

  having the night of your life and I'm [TS]

  what are you talking about [TS]

  and it turns out in the second half [TS]

  liverpool stage this incredible recovery [TS]

  and scores were level and it went to [TS]

  like extra time and then luckily i turn [TS]

  the TV on in my room and I caught the [TS]

  last couple of seconds and liverpool won [TS]

  the game in one of these penalty [TS]

  shootouts the old livable fans talk [TS]

  about as this famous night when it's [TS]

  called the miracle of this tambo and [TS]

  difficult fans always talk about what [TS]

  were you doing when it happened where [TS]

  were you watching it wasn't the greatest [TS]

  night of your life and i'm always well i [TS]

  was reading a novel in bed because I [TS]

  thought we'd lost to move so that was my [TS]

  stories my ex-girlfriend we leave the [TS]

  above yeah so anyway it was super bowl [TS]

  this week and it was the New England [TS]

  Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons and for [TS]

  various boring reasons I'm not like a [TS]

  property [TS]

  and for various reasons i'm a fan of the [TS]

  new england patriots the reason is [TS]

  actually dates all the way back to 2002 [TS]

  when i first went to Boston and they had [TS]

  this new player called Tom Brady and I [TS]

  went into a shop and I saw these new [TS]

  england patriots shirts and I had Brady [TS]

  written on the back of them and I was [TS]

  like oh well I've never seen a show with [TS]

  Brady written that that's amazing so I [TS]

  bought one and so he became my player [TS]

  right of course and that became my team [TS]

  and just by sheer luck [TS]

  this was the start of this guy's career [TS]

  he's gone on to become perhaps the [TS]

  greatest player ever [TS]

  it's quarterback for the New England [TS]

  Patriots and he's won all these super [TS]

  bowls and he's like a big superstar so I [TS]

  look like I've jump on a bandwagon [TS]

  mmm i haven't jumped on the bandwagon no [TS]

  I jumped on a wagon for an equally [TS]

  shallow and superficial reason and that [TS]

  is the player has the same name as me [TS]

  anyway so that's my team are playing in [TS]

  this game it was on Sunday night i had [TS]

  to get up early on Monday morning [TS]

  because i had to drive across the [TS]

  country and to drive to Nottingham so i [TS]

  said i'm only gonna watch the first half [TS]

  of the game and atlanta falcons they [TS]

  smashed the new england patriots and tom [TS]

  brady was having a terrible game and I [TS]

  think like at halftime the score was 21 [TS]

  23 Atlanta 18 points ahead and friendly [TS]

  enough the NFL account for the UK did a [TS]

  tweet saying did you know that no team [TS]

  has ever come back from 10 points behind [TS]

  to win super bowl and the Patriots were [TS]

  18 points behind em I made a funny [TS]

  comment like I reply to that to a lot of [TS]

  lines of well i guess i go to bed now [TS]

  and they actually replied to me and said [TS]

  be careful you never know what might [TS]

  happen and then i replied without got [TS]

  experience with this night tweeted a [TS]

  picture of Liverpool winning that [TS]

  tournament back in 2005 and everyone who [TS]

  knew what was going on was that laughing [TS]

  saying haha yes whatever and i went to [TS]

  bed but I was so scared it was gonna be [TS]

  a comeback that I kept my phone with me [TS]

  in bed and at the start of the second [TS]

  half i looked and the Atlanta Falcons [TS]

  got the first score of the second half [TS]

  as well so they went 25 points ahead and [TS]

  then I thought okay now I can go to [TS]

  sleep because there's no comeback now [TS]

  the Falcons are still scoring [TS]

  I went to sleep do you know what [TS]

  happened i'm guessing the Patriots one [TS]

  is the most incredible comeback in the [TS]

  history of the super bowl and everyone's [TS]

  talking about it everyone's saying it's [TS]

  the greatest super bowl in history isn't [TS]

  it amazing that we so lucky to have [TS]

  witnessed this game all this hype and [TS]

  yet again i have slept through my team [TS]

  doing this amazing thing and like I can [TS]

  watch it the next day but it's not the [TS]

  same when you know what's going to [TS]

  happen and even if I didn't know what's [TS]

  gonna happen it's not the same if you're [TS]

  not watching it live so I've yet again [TS]

  slip through my team doing a really [TS]

  really amazing thing [TS]

  how does that make you feel Brady in [TS]

  some ways I'm glad I didn't have to go [TS]

  through watching it because i watch the [TS]

  second half the next day online and i [TS]

  would have been so nervous watching that [TS]

  game as they were coming back are they [TS]

  going to come back so close either can I [TS]

  do it I'm gonna do i would have been so [TS]

  sick with nerves [TS]

  I'm almost glad I didn't have to say it [TS]

  mhm it just all happened without me [TS]

  knowing who I almost feel good about and [TS]

  I always feel good that I've now got [TS]

  this like track record of sleeping [TS]

  through amazing things like it's not my [TS]

  thing now isn't it almost feeling good [TS]

  is not the same as actually feeling good [TS]

  yeah i mean i have stayed awake through [TS]

  some amazing sports things and they are [TS]

  some of my best memories [TS]

  mhm but i've also been awake through [TS]

  some terrible losses necessarily the [TS]

  most terrible things so I'm thinking the [TS]

  next time there's a sports game where it [TS]

  looks like there's can't possibly be a [TS]

  turnaround and you're going to go to bed [TS]

  I think you should let me know before [TS]

  you go to bed so that i can place a bet [TS]

  at that moment on the losing team [TS]

  because it seems like you have a good [TS]

  track record with this [TS]

  it was good though it was pretty amazing [TS]

  and the other thing it made me realize [TS]

  it's because a few of the things that [TS]

  allowed the Patriots to win [TS]

  we're like touchdowns and plays and [TS]

  things that were literally decided by a [TS]

  few centimeters like you know the ball [TS]

  was over the line by a few centimeters [TS]

  off the ground by a few centimeters me [TS]

  and it is amazing to me in spore how [TS]

  small the margins can be that have such [TS]

  massive impact because no matter how [TS]

  much you hate football [TS]

  you do realize you know winning the [TS]

  superbowl was a big deal and there he [TS]

  vast amounts of money and sponsorships [TS]

  and things at stake so there's a lot at [TS]

  stake and just the smallest little [TS]

  bounces of a bowl and a centimeter here [TS]

  in a centimeter there in all sport make [TS]

  such massive differences I guess we'd [TS]

  like that about sport but I always [TS]

  really need to jump in here because you [TS]

  always upgrade my indifference toward a [TS]

  thing to hatred which is a hell of a [TS]

  leap like okay it's like a lack of [TS]

  interest does not equate to hatred of a [TS]

  thing like these are two totally [TS]

  different emotions like an indifference [TS]

  is an underappreciated emotion like it's [TS]

  just really likes watching these games [TS]

  and it's only good i think would you are [TS]

  sensing it sometimes my frustration at [TS]

  your desire to tell me shaggy dog [TS]

  stories about what happened in a game [TS]

  for which I have no context it's a very [TS]

  different thing where you've got to tell [TS]

  me that a team won but we have to start [TS]

  back in 1978 when you found a shirt with [TS]

  your name on it and operated scoreboard [TS]

  and I've always feel the same thing like [TS]

  I'm trying to hold together all these [TS]

  threads in my head I'm like okay where [TS]

  does this connect where does that [TS]

  connect it's like a murder mystery and [TS]

  then look at the end they all come [TS]

  together and form this amazing finale [TS]

  and you're like while that was awesome [TS]

  break don't think they do it's not that [TS]

  they come together an amazing finale [TS]

  it's more than it just sort of n so [TS]

  here's the thing is it like unnecessary [TS]

  data I feel like that too but I blame [TS]

  you for what's mine because I don't know [TS]

  if you engaged more with the story and [TS]

  helped me along and we're like saying [TS]

  are really will happen next and I hadn't [TS]

  happened like if you asked any questions [TS]

  and had any level of engagement I [TS]

  wouldn't always be left hanging at the [TS]

  end of the time like and then the [TS]

  teamwork but I can feel it too i'm like [TS]

  sinking in my grave ask me a question [TS]

  like to interact just missing the [TS]

  direction i just need a little bit i [TS]

  continued on that but you're like nuff [TS]

  i'm giving you nothing right you're [TS]

  drowning on your own but it's always the [TS]

  same thing you're always talking about [TS]

  the people or like something like I have [TS]

  I have no question that you could say [TS]

  are really tom brady hoke hey what does [TS]

  he look like but what position is my way [TS]

  who cares where was the superbowl play [TS]

  my position does he play [TS]

  you could tell me he plays quarter [TS]

  chicken and I would just believe you [TS]

  like I don't know what the players play [TS]

  like I have no idea what these things [TS]

  are wise Tom Brady so good how much [TS]

  Stephanie one really likes you just ask [TS]

  me anything because you're working with [TS]

  that you're continuing to go down a path [TS]

  of meaningless answers like all I'm [TS]

  gonna do is extend the shaggy dog story [TS]

  further about like like oh oh you know [TS]

  his mother is from Germany right she [TS]

  emigrated like our guy [TS]

  it's like you're just go on and on and [TS]

  applications work I do that all the time [TS]

  when I meet people who do things that I [TS]

  know nothing about and I just ask some [TS]

  questions about it and like if I made [TS]

  the world expert on ants I just ask them [TS]

  all sorts of questions and eventually [TS]

  just stumble over interesting totally [TS]

  different thing I can conceptualize that [TS]

  like these things to ask about the thing [TS]

  with sports it's very hard i do have one [TS]

  question that which we did blow hand [TS]

  which is you saying that the sport is [TS]

  one by centimeters and what I want to [TS]

  know is does football have actual [TS]

  cameras that they used to do replays so [TS]

  that they can see [TS]

  yes this was in or yes this without as [TS]

  opposed to some sports that still rely [TS]

  on a human to make a call at the ladder [TS]

  again which seems stupid to me [TS]

  well there you go you asked a question [TS]

  and bless you great there's an [TS]

  interesting answer for me to share with [TS]

  you about it right because this is the [TS]

  only question of any interest there [TS]

  can't possibly be that was like and I [TS]

  found it I valid you like a diamond [TS]

  right that no I rentals pile of rubble [TS]

  what's more likely that you found all [TS]

  that all questions are interesting that [TS]

  i found it but i think it in this is [TS]

  applying it [TS]

  yes American football does use video [TS]

  replays extensively I think even though [TS]

  it doesn't always settle things it does [TS]

  help considerably but what was [TS]

  interesting was this game went to [TS]

  overtime and it was a situation where [TS]

  like first touchdown wins [TS]

  there's a few more subtleties to it than [TS]

  that but I'm not gonna bore you anymore [TS]

  first touchdown wins new england got [TS]

  this touchdown but what happened was the [TS]

  guy like reached out to do the touchdown [TS]

  over the line and he had to have not [TS]

  like you know grounded his new whatever [TS]

  and being on the ground before he did it [TS]

  so it was a really fine cut did he make [TS]

  or not so the referee on the field cold [TS]

  as a touchdown to his eye he said it was [TS]

  a touchdown [TS]

  but we're going up to the TV hmm but [TS]

  before the TV people had decided the New [TS]

  England players were running around [TS]

  celebrating everyone ran on the field [TS]

  and celebrated so the guy that was in [TS]

  charge of confetti obviously press the [TS]

  button and add tons and tons and tons of [TS]

  confetti started raining down on the [TS]

  stadium and all over the field and the [TS]

  players so if the guy watching the final [TS]

  TV replay headlight looked at that and [TS]

  decided actually you know what I think [TS]

  that's not a touchdown [TS]

  I have no idea what they would have done [TS]

  because they had completely trashed the [TS]

  stadium [TS]

  I don't know what they've had to sweep [TS]

  it all off the field and spend an hour [TS]

  and then start playing again so in the [TS]

  end I think the TV guy must have just [TS]

  said no matter what I have to do that is [TS]

  attached to him because we can't play on [TS]

  the field anymore [TS]

  that's not the way that works you have [TS]

  to have an hour of watching the team [TS]

  sadly pack their own confetti back in [TS]

  the confetti cannons right that's what [TS]

  you mean I would like no no right you [TS]

  guys celebrated too soon this is not how [TS]

  this works and now but now you're goin [TS]

  to pack all of that confetti back in [TS]

  those confetti cannons buddy this is [TS]

  what you're gonna have to do you don't [TS]

  get to celebrate before we made it [TS]

  official [TS]

  you know you have to call it you have to [TS]

  take it back you know what more stories [TS]

  are popping into my head that's what i [TS]

  could tell you now but I won't let me [TS]

  ask you one more thing about super bowl [TS]

  in general though [TS]

  ok this was super bowl 51 and as you [TS]

  might know when they named the Super [TS]

  Bowls and they make the official logo [TS]

  for each one teach one has its own they [TS]

  go they use Roman numerals [TS]

  ok this is an interesting thing about [TS]

  this yes so you know this so this is [TS]

  used with the ball [TS]

  li 451 but what they did was for Super [TS]

  Bowl 50 they broke with that so when you [TS]

  go through and look at all the logos [TS]

  it's like 50 but the one before [TS]

  is Roman newrose it's like xlix and the [TS]

  one after is Li and that must really [TS]

  really annoy you know anal people when [TS]

  they look at the list of Super Bowls and [TS]

  just one of them is not in roman [TS]

  numerals this did cross my radar as a [TS]

  thing some point so this crosses your [TS]

  radar [TS]

  yeah because this is interesting and [TS]

  again it's like oh it's not some like [TS]

  person with his thing it's like oh it's [TS]

  a question about the system and a [TS]

  question about are they going to change [TS]

  the way they do the numbering from the [TS]

  roman numeral system to regular numbers [TS]

  it is interesting [TS]

  right it is interesting it's also it's [TS]

  not obvious time to do it because [TS]

  there's no way to make it not look dumb [TS]

  if you just say Super Bowl L I think [TS]

  sleep about Li looks dumb if it hasn't [TS]

  got xn it's not cool in my opinion [TS]

  yeah that's sure everybody knows x is [TS]

  the coolest letter there's no doubt [TS]

  about that right just like nobody can be [TS]

  as cool as X are great i just had a [TS]

  really good idea what let's number this [TS]

  episode with Roman numerals Brady I [TS]

  would never do that kind of thing I take [TS]

  the consistency of the metadata and the [TS]

  filenames I take it very seriously that [TS]

  would never do such a thing you know if [TS]

  it happened by some kind of madness it [TS]

  must have been a bug in the system or [TS]

  something fairies person renamed it I [TS]

  would never do that you know me Brady [TS]

  right obviously i am i am an OCD kind of [TS]

  guy and so I have to make sure that [TS]

  everything is the same all the time [TS]

  right that's what people know about me [TS]

  so now I'm not going to name this [TS]

  episode or whatever it is i can tell you [TS]

  it's LX ex VII a really good-looking one [TS]

  and it's really big [TS]

  I would never do that Brady it's not [TS]

  gonna happen thank you for not doing [TS]

  that yes I know how much that would [TS]

  annoy people [TS]

  yeah glad you didn't look that was just [TS]

  number for you again great LOL XX VII [TS]

  interesting piece of trivia but not i [TS]

  don't need to write that down looking at [TS]

  relevant do you think they should have [TS]

  abandoned Roman numerals from 50 and 51 [TS]

  52 what you'd like they've gone back to [TS]

  it i like consistency in the thing i [TS]

  think if we go with the Roman numerals [TS]

  you should own Super Bowl L even though [TS]

  it looks down i think if you're not [TS]

  gonna do that is totally fine to change [TS]

  50 is a reasonable time to change to use [TS]

  regular numbers but going to the number [TS]

  5450 and then back to roman numerals [TS]

  that's the worst of everything so big [TS]

  thumbs down to the Super Bowl committee [TS]

  or whoever's in charge of these things I [TS]

  mentions the NFL but yeah I'm sorry at [TS]

  the NFL [TS]

  what's your vote on everything do you [TS]

  think they should have stuck with Roman [TS]

  numerals they should have had the [TS]

  courage of their convictions to go over [TS]

  Super Bowl L who I can see why the [TS]

  marketing people didn't allow and [TS]

  insisted on 50 little thing I don't [TS]

  understand is why they then accepted li [TS]

  which looks just as lame if not more [TS]

  lame superbowl league [TS]

  I don't know how fouls work [TS]

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  hello internet you know how newspapers [TS]

  like that everybody get youtube today [TS]

  no and the online world so whenever they [TS]

  do report some things happening in [TS]

  youtube I feel a bit like they've just [TS]

  like your grandpa who's just learning [TS]

  about YouTube for the first time and [TS]

  that there's lots of subtleties they [TS]

  don't understand [TS]

  so there's all these stories that i saw [TS]

  in the newspaper today I think it must [TS]

  have been the times because that's the [TS]

  1i have sitting down on the kitchen [TS]

  table [TS]

  it is an interesting story but i just [TS]

  think they getting a little bit the [TS]

  wrong end of the stick or they're being [TS]

  a bit unfair basically the story is [TS]

  about how British companies or companies [TS]

  in general as supporting extremist [TS]

  organizations like terrorists and all [TS]

  that sort of stuff and Isis or even the [TS]

  production of like pornographic material [TS]

  oh my by advertising on their videos and [TS]

  in a nutshell what's happened is [TS]

  obviously you know allowed to put like [TS]

  terrorism and extremist stuff on YouTube [TS]

  but some stuff does get through em and [TS]

  some of that stuff is magnetized and [TS]

  then automatic adsense ads appear on [TS]

  those videos so they've got all these [TS]

  screen grabs of like Isis terrorists [TS]

  video people with like mercedes-benz add [TS]

  popping up down the bottom so all of a [TS]

  sudden mercedes-benz is like pouring [TS]

  money into supporting extremists and [TS]

  terrorists and they do point out like [TS]

  you know it's like inadvertent but the [TS]

  thrust of the story is that advertising [TS]

  money is going to support all these [TS]

  extremists videos and that and i was [TS]

  looking at the article and I was [TS]

  thinking [TS]

  this is a bit unfair and they're not [TS]

  really understanding what's going on and [TS]

  what the problem is and what needs [TS]

  fixing and also that it's not that big a [TS]

  problem [TS]

  yea even a word like pouring money into [TS]

  it's like have you seen Adsense ad rates [TS]

  yeah newspaper her yeah yeah unless that [TS]

  is channel has two million subscribers [TS]

  800 million views and integrate with [TS]

  audible little bit better money like [TS]

  they're not getting plane tickets to [TS]

  America [TS]

  this message was not a happy for think [TS]

  like I don't think you understand this [TS]

  is not a super bowl commercial that [TS]

  mercedes-benz has purchased on a [TS]

  terrorist youtube channel it seemed like [TS]

  an easy story and low-hanging fruit and [TS]

  if you're telling the story to someone [TS]

  who doesn't understand [TS]

  youtube and it's being told by people [TS]

  who don't understand youtube I can see [TS]

  how they're getting themselves into a [TS]

  great tease about it was the front page [TS]

  of the newspaper and stuff you know [TS]

  company money supporting extremist [TS]

  organizations but i think it was rather [TS]

  misleading you always trying to get me [TS]

  to pay more attention to the news Brady [TS]

  but every time you bring up a new story [TS]

  just sounds dumber and dumber [TS]

  it's like this nothing thing was the [TS]

  front page story in the newspaper it's [TS]

  just like wow okay that seems like an [TS]

  excellent thing to pay time and [TS]

  attention to its good to know what other [TS]

  people are talking about what other [TS]

  people oh okay so it's not that the news [TS]

  is intrinsically beneficial is just [TS]

  important to know what other people [TS]

  might be hearing about a thing to both [TS]

  anyway I thought it was interesting you [TS]

  know I think anybody who's even slightly [TS]

  internet-savvy understand that the ads [TS]

  just appear before stuff they have [TS]

  nothing at all to do with the thing [TS]

  itself it's like I don't even have the [TS]

  slightest idea that what ads people see [TS]

  on my youtube videos it's like okay like [TS]

  if you could control it would you take [TS]

  those range which you'd like to have [TS]

  more control over who is allowed to [TS]

  advertise on your videos [TS]

  oh god no please no I would actively [TS]

  reject that kind of feel like I don't [TS]

  want anything to do with this [TS]

  let this be somebody else's problem I [TS]

  don't have to decide like with this kind [TS]

  of added easier is not appropriate on [TS]

  the YouTube channel there was a box that [TS]

  said at election time the political [TS]

  parties can or cannot advertise at the [TS]

  start of my videos you don't want that [TS]

  option i mean i would definitely have [TS]

  that option our pictures taken [TS]

  they notice above in revenue when there [TS]

  are elections on my youtube okay and [TS]

  that is no joke like I can point out [TS]

  when the UK election occurred and when [TS]

  the brakes vote occurred by my adsense [TS]

  charts inconsistent this it is quite [TS]

  remarkable so i would definitely leave [TS]

  those on [TS]

  I actually do think somewhere in the [TS]

  bowels of YouTube there is an option to [TS]

  specify do not have certain kinds of ads [TS]

  show I think that once existed but i'm [TS]

  not sure if it still does [TS]

  if it does it's buried because I once [TS]

  used it i mean have you got any [TS]

  principles like if of course I'm not [TS]

  saying you're an unprincipled person but [TS]

  when it comes to like the advert I don't [TS]

  think that's clearly what you're saying [TS]

  like can you envisage any kind of [TS]

  organization that could conceivably [TS]

  advertise on youtube you not wanting [TS]

  them are to be on your videos that you [TS]

  not wanting them to benefit from the [TS]

  exposure your video has created i'm [TS]

  trying to think of an example but it's [TS]

  really hard [TS]

  here's the reason why i think it's hard [TS]

  especially because of the details that [TS]

  matter it's a news story about how the [TS]

  advertising is done on youtube which is [TS]

  that it's an auction if you can imagine [TS]

  a scenario where say some terrorist [TS]

  recruiting network is putting up [TS]

  recruitment ads on YouTube [TS]

  I just can't conceive of any scenario [TS]

  where they could possibly win the [TS]

  instantaneous auction that takes place [TS]

  for which ad is going to be the ad that [TS]

  shows on a YouTube video they're just [TS]

  economics working against the worst of [TS]

  the worst advertisers because it's not [TS]

  going to be roi positive i'm talking [TS]

  about like a big rich lucky I like arms [TS]

  dealers or something about that people [TS]

  that do you have money but they have [TS]

  their money through means that you might [TS]

  not think appropriate but what are the [TS]

  arms dealers trying to sell on youtube [TS]

  this is the problem right it's a mass [TS]

  audience kind of thing and so I just [TS]

  feel like okay some arms dealer who were [TS]

  they selling to [TS]

  I wonder in America are their gun [TS]

  commercials on youtube if you're if [TS]

  you're watching a YouTube video in Texas [TS]

  will be advertisements for guns I don't [TS]

  know I don't know how that works i've [TS]

  never seen one in the UK but I think [TS]

  someone who is trying to sell weapons in [TS]

  the united kingdom is not going to have [TS]

  an roi positive campaign on their [TS]

  YouTube spending money there is one good [TS]

  thing that [TS]

  could come of the times article and i'm [TS]

  not saying this justifies them having a [TS]

  half-baked article or whatever [TS]

  I'm not passing judgment but this is a [TS]

  side effect which I think could come [TS]

  about and that is when these companies [TS]

  mercedes-benz is the one I can remember [TS]

  but there were some other ones named as [TS]

  suddenly on the front page of the times [TS]

  being associated with advertising on [TS]

  Isis videos right in a deeply unfair way [TS]

  got it in a deeply unfair way but also [TS]

  accurate you know their point zero zero [TS]

  zero zero one of the Senate did go to [TS]

  the person who uploaded that video it's [TS]

  technically correct yeah but what I'm [TS]

  saying is what that does do is it [TS]

  creates incredible pressure on YouTube [TS]

  itself to get us back together with the [TS]

  way they're filtering content that [TS]

  shouldn't be on the platform so suddenly [TS]

  the people who are in charge of making [TS]

  sure you know terrorism videos don't [TS]

  sneak through the gaps suddenly have a [TS]

  lot more pressure leaning on them [TS]

  because if you and I complain about it [TS]

  they don't care but if the big companies [TS]

  with their advertising budgets start [TS]

  saying what the hell's going on [TS]

  we're gonna pull all our ads from [TS]

  YouTube until you sort this out because [TS]

  we don't wanna be on the front page of [TS]

  the times again it does bring great [TS]

  pressure to bear [TS]

  nothing puts pressure on youtube more [TS]

  than the advertisers being upset we [TS]

  creators can complain until the cows [TS]

  come home but if the person who spends [TS]

  mercedes-benz advertising budget picks [TS]

  up the phone and says what are you gonna [TS]

  do about these terrorism videos that [TS]

  keep popping up suddenly it's like all [TS]

  hands to the pump [TS]

  yeah it's a nice theoretical story that [TS]

  you have there I would wonder if [TS]

  Mercedes does call it seems like YouTube [TS]

  is pretty serious about doing the best [TS]

  they can to keep the really horrible [TS]

  content off of youtube like that the one [TS]

  actual use of the report button and of [TS]

  course the army of YouTube heroes who I [TS]

  presume are working for YouTube now I [TS]

  don't know how that programs working out [TS]

  haven't heard much about that since it [TS]

  originally was launched the advertisers [TS]

  are the actual customer and source of [TS]

  money for YouTube is it's not a bad [TS]

  thing like as an institution that has to [TS]

  be one of their primary concerns is [TS]

  making sure that the advertisers are [TS]

  happy [TS]

  I would love to know but i'm not exactly [TS]

  sure that a newspaper article in The [TS]

  Times is going to one have a company [TS]

  called YouTube to exert pressure and to [TS]

  result in an actual real internal change [TS]

  in YouTube wasn't going to occur any way [TS]

  or that isn't already being done i don't [TS]

  agree with you [TS]

  ok one article may be but the general [TS]

  principle is that once like traditional [TS]

  media like you know that politicians and [TS]

  vulnerable read they do create pressures [TS]

  that people like you and making planning [TS]

  on youtube don't create but i think it [TS]

  does work i mean there's a practical [TS]

  example and again this wasn't one [TS]

  article it was a series of articles but [TS]

  you look at the I'm sorry to talk about [TS]

  sport but I promise it'll be quick [TS]

  the guy who is in charge of favor of the [TS]

  people that run soccer was really [TS]

  corrupt but no one could get rid of him [TS]

  like he wasn't moving no matter what was [TS]

  said know what was done like he had [TS]

  support from all the people who need [TS]

  support from he couldn't be removed from [TS]

  the presidency and as soon as two or [TS]

  three of the big companies that [TS]

  advertise with feel like they're big [TS]

  corporate sponsors worth you know [TS]

  billions and billions of dollars started [TS]

  saying we just can't be associated with [TS]

  four anymore all of this bad publicity [TS]

  is just so bad for our brand [TS]

  we're pulling a sponsorship the [TS]

  president was gone within a few weeks [TS]

  when advertisers start feeling like [TS]

  their brand is being damaged and they [TS]

  pull away from something that's when [TS]

  action happens and even though [TS]

  mercedes-benz have done nothing wrong [TS]

  their brand is being damaged by being [TS]

  seen on like a terrorism video on the [TS]

  front page of the newspaper that does [TS]

  create change i made this one article [TS]

  you know it's one article and we might [TS]

  shake it off but this sort of thing is [TS]

  what does create change [TS]

  I know what you're saying here but i [TS]

  just think these are done comparing [TS]

  below situations because YouTube already [TS]

  has an incredible motivation to do [TS]

  everything that it can to keep [TS]

  extremists content off of its Channel [TS]

  right whereas the fifa as an [TS]

  organization does not have an incredible [TS]

  desire to keep itself squeaky clean all [TS]

  the time [TS]

  in fact it has the reverse I think [TS]

  there's a different scenario i think [TS]

  you're wrong i think you're wrong i [TS]

  think YouTube's incentive to keep bad [TS]

  material off the platform only extends [TS]

  as far as how they can handle the bad [TS]

  publicity and the flak and the loss of [TS]

  advertising and the criticism [TS]

  other than that why would they care and [TS]

  of course they can put mechanisms in [TS]

  place but it's like the tombstone [TS]

  imperative with planes you know how much [TS]

  to aircraft company spent on safety of [TS]

  planes you know they measure that [TS]

  against how much they can get sued by [TS]

  people dying in a crash course it's the [TS]

  same with YouTube how much are they [TS]

  going to invest in keeping the platform [TS]

  clear of bad content is directly [TS]

  proportional to how their relationship [TS]

  is going to be affected with advertisers [TS]

  and bad publicity and things like that [TS]

  and the more bad publicity and attracts [TS]

  and the more pushback they get from [TS]

  advertisers the more they're going to [TS]

  invest in keeping the platform claim [TS]

  don't want my argument here is not like [TS]

  YouTube the people are better and they [TS]

  care about a thing i'm just looking at [TS]

  the incentives and I think YouTube has a [TS]

  real incentive to keep this stuff off [TS]

  the platform because every video has the [TS]

  potential to be a viral video right [TS]

  instantly they want to shut that down as [TS]

  much and as fast as possible because it [TS]

  damages the YouTube brand if there's [TS]

  some like horrible terrorist video on [TS]

  the channel [TS]

  I'm just saying like I think they [TS]

  probably already have as big of an [TS]

  incentive as they possibly can to try to [TS]

  keep that stuff off not as big as they [TS]

  possibly can because you know at the [TS]

  moment they're using these volunteer [TS]

  heroes instead of employing people to do [TS]

  certain things yeah I'm not criticizing [TS]

  youtube for a flood of extremists videos [TS]

  I've never seen the streams video that [TS]

  you this is all like a theoretical [TS]

  discussion because I've never seen [TS]

  anything like this on youtube but you [TS]

  know I don't think YouTube is pouring [TS]

  all the resources it could pour into [TS]

  certain things to improve the platform [TS]

  and what I'm saying is it will only [TS]

  improve things on the platform [TS]

  freebooting is another example of the [TS]

  other that the Creator is complaining [TS]

  about what they care about much less [TS]

  yeah and that's my point [TS]

  they won't fix anything until it has an [TS]

  advertising implication i think the best [TS]

  action you can take against freebooting [TS]

  and I've said this before but I sort of [TS]

  SAT quietly when you have a video free [TS]

  be too [TS]

  and then there's an advertisement on it [TS]

  for a toothpaste company on the [TS]

  freebooters version the best thing you [TS]

  should do is make a whole bunch of new [TS]

  ways to the toothpaste company and say [TS]

  hey toothpaste company you just [TS]

  advertised on a stolen video that was my [TS]

  video can i have the advertising place [TS]

  you should be compensating may not the [TS]

  person who you know and get up in the [TS]

  face of the toothpaste company and the [TS]

  toothpaste companies like what the hell [TS]

  what's going on we got no idea what [TS]

  you're talking about [TS]

  they contact YouTube and so what's this [TS]

  person making all this noise about like [TS]

  i just bought some advertising off you [TS]

  have no idea what you put on someone's [TS]

  complaining that i owe the money because [TS]

  i've advertised on their video and that [TS]

  is what's gonna make a youtube say [TS]

  bloody hell we need to sort out this [TS]

  copyright situation it's not going to be [TS]

  creators complaining it's going to be [TS]

  advertised as saying we're getting flack [TS]

  about this now what are we supposed to [TS]

  do and then you choose gonna say are we [TS]

  gonna shut this up now [TS]

  ok let's get serious about freebooting [TS]

  i'm curious it have you actually done [TS]

  that at any point i think i have once or [TS]

  twice I have trivially done [TS]

  don't talk yourself up too much they're [TS]

  really i haven't done that like as a [TS]

  campaign and like you know [TS]

  systematically done it but i have [TS]

  discussed it with some of my friends so [TS]

  I just don't want to get involved in [TS]

  like that big a mess but i think that's [TS]

  the mess that would fix rebooting I [TS]

  think the thing that will fix for able [TS]

  to use it every time we see a free beta [TS]

  video we make a note of whose advertised [TS]

  on it and contact those companies and [TS]

  say your money has gone to this person [TS]

  for a video they didn't create I created [TS]

  that I think I should have that money [TS]

  and see what they say and of course [TS]

  you're never gonna get that money but it [TS]

  is gonna make them go indirectly through [TS]

  their advertising companies to youtube [TS]

  and say what the hell's going on man [TS]

  we're getting all this flak on twitter [TS]

  we get all this noise is being made [TS]

  we're being made to look bad because [TS]

  apparently we're advertising on stolen [TS]

  videos we don't even know what this is [TS]

  about [TS]

  I've never even heard the word [TS]

  freebooting can you just make this [TS]

  problem go away please we're going to [TS]

  stop advertising on youtube then you too [TS]

  will say oh god all right [TS]

  yep guys let's fix very building well I [TS]

  look forward to a front-page times [TS]

  article about it's easy company's [TS]

  advertising on evil freebooting channels [TS]

  it's kind of the same thing isn't it [TS]

  just replace extremists content with [TS]

  rebooted gone [TS]

  yeah it's just not quite sexy for the [TS]

  newspaper yeah but instead of the times [TS]

  making the noise it has to be maybe yes [TS]

  but can we make enough noise [TS]

  probably not yeah real fatalistic in the [TS]

  end there Brady here all rah-rah and [TS]

  then sad deflated balloon [TS]

  well I did I have ideas but i don't want [TS]

  to execute them because I just don't [TS]

  want to get involved in the mess [TS]

  sometimes yeah it's a good thing to keep [TS]

  in mind sometimes some ideas are very [TS]

  messy to execute and you you're better [TS]

  off just forgetting about them [TS]

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  the mode please go ahead breathing now [TS]

  this is a funny one [TS]

  this stick with me this came from [TS]

  someone whose name I don't know and they [TS]

  were going for like a job interview at a [TS]

  graduate recruitment type thing [TS]

  here we go you seem to like team stories [TS]

  so I have one from today I went to an [TS]

  interview and for whatever reason we had [TS]

  to choose someone famous that we liked [TS]

  and I chose gray for various reasons [TS]

  brackets I bet he'd hate that is true [TS]

  but i had to speak a bit about him and [TS]

  as I did someone at the interview asked [TS]

  me if I was a tim i was shocked to find [TS]

  a team in the most unlikely of settings [TS]

  and we spoke a bit about the podcast and [TS]

  stuff and it was nice confirmed we're on [TS]

  the same side of the flag debate as a [TS]

  top priority course [TS]

  ok so this is a nice start he's chosen [TS]

  you as his famous person in the [TS]

  interview and he's made up the snap but [TS]

  then it continues what I didn't know in [TS]

  picking cgpgrey though is that we were [TS]

  then given a task we had to pretend to [TS]

  be that person and imagine that you and [TS]

  for others in your group these other [TS]

  people who are doing the interview were [TS]

  on a boat the boat is going to sink [TS]

  unless two people get off and we had to [TS]

  decide who to kick out of the boat [TS]

  everybody for their corner but when it [TS]

  came to my turn I thought the most great [TS]

  thing to do would be to respond by [TS]

  saying let's just leave it to chance [TS]

  since we can't rank human life so easily [TS]

  ultimately nobody else agreed and cgp [TS]

  was kicked off the boat along with [TS]

  another sportsman while Michelle Obama [TS]

  and someone i can't recall another [TS]

  sportsman was saved so by trying to [TS]

  channel you gray he got himself kicked [TS]

  off the boat and died [TS]

  what kind of interview was this i don't [TS]

  know it sounds like you know that's the [TS]

  kind of stuff people do these days is [TS]

  this [TS]

  standard operating procedure a job [TS]

  interviews it does happen sometimes [TS]

  that's how they can assess how you work [TS]

  in teams and groups i had a funny story [TS]

  like this I'll come to that in a minute [TS]

  but first of all the things that this [TS]

  team wants to know after he failed in [TS]

  this he didn't get the job by the way [TS]

  either but that's another thing what he [TS]

  wants to know is did he act correctly by [TS]

  gray how would gra react to this [TS]

  did he do the right thing when he was [TS]

  asked to fight his corner on the boat [TS]

  when they were deciding whether these [TS]

  two sports players michelle obama [TS]

  cgpgrey you know what two should be [TS]

  kicked off did he play it right [TS]

  I know this is very hard to ask you [TS]

  because you have the actual cgpgrey but [TS]

  what do you think [TS]

  well when you're laying out the scenario [TS]

  of your boat right it's sinking [TS]

  instantly many many details matter in [TS]

  this hypothetical no no no okay don't [TS]

  know don't get exact your big mr. Easter [TS]

  Bunny isn't real now no I'm not saying [TS]

  that these are easy running isn't real [TS]

  but it does matter because what i want [TS]

  to know is essentially how close is this [TS]

  to like the zombie apocalypse scenario [TS]

  are we in the middle of the ocean is no [TS]

  one ever going to know what happened on [TS]

  this boat because if we are then he's [TS]

  totally right that i would propose like [TS]

  let's draw straws [TS]

  let's do this the fairway and see who [TS]

  gets kicked off the boat but if i draw [TS]

  the short straw i am going to literally [TS]

  try to murder everybody else on that [TS]

  boat before getting picked up because [TS]

  what do I have to lose [TS]

  what about honor what about just being [TS]

  honorable and like dying with dignity [TS]

  dying with dignity is for suckers right [TS]

  I'm not doing ok [TS]

  however however there's a medical [TS]

  question here which is you're on a job [TS]

  interview and somebody is asking you [TS]

  this question about like what would this [TS]

  person do it is like don't give that [TS]

  answer [TS]

  don't say oh I would murder everybody if [TS]

  i draw the short straw is not a good [TS]

  answer to get a job interview [TS]

  well let me tell you what happened to my [TS]

  job interview I had this job interview [TS]

  for a baby same position I can you know [TS]

  seconded for a year or so and they put [TS]

  four of us all going for the same job [TS]

  which is interesting in itself because [TS]

  it already you're kind of like you're [TS]

  with your rivals they put four of us in [TS]

  a circle and the people interviewing us [TS]

  like we're in the corners like just [TS]

  watching and like taking notes [TS]

  what happened was we were assigned like [TS]

  big story we had to cover we had to do a [TS]

  report on will give him the rough [TS]

  outline of what the story was and we had [TS]

  to like I don't know what the word is [TS]

  but you know workshop the ideas and [TS]

  decide how we're gonna tackle the story [TS]

  and like as a team and everyone was [TS]

  saying a few ideas and i stayed pretty [TS]

  quiet and then I had what I thought was [TS]

  a really good idea and like most of my [TS]

  day is it was a bit out of left field [TS]

  and i said okay everyone here's my idea [TS]

  and I told them all like this crazy plan [TS]

  that would cover it like this and we [TS]

  doing this different way and would be [TS]

  really creative and clever and they all [TS]

  kind of is not a window yeah it's a [TS]

  really good idea you know thanks for [TS]

  your contribution em and then that is [TS]

  completely ignored me and went back to [TS]

  discussing all the old-fashioned boring [TS]

  ways of doing that I didn't like Lou and [TS]

  I basically just spat the dummy and I [TS]

  was like fine i'm just a around a bunch [TS]

  of non-creative people I can't win and I [TS]

  just SAT there in the corner and like [TS]

  apparently I was I learned later from [TS]

  the people who are observing me I [TS]

  started like fiddling my foot up and [TS]

  down and looking irritable and I can i [TS]

  do with quiet and stopped contributing [TS]

  and stuff like that [TS]

  mhm and afterwards I got the job and I [TS]

  sort of said to the person who gave me [TS]

  the job like uh huh and I'd like this [TS]

  was you know a long time later when [TS]

  talking about the interview and I said [TS]

  why did I get the job but you know [TS]

  because they're all much nicer than me [TS]

  and and he said your idea was so [TS]

  ridiculously good [TS]

  mmm that the minute you said and all the [TS]

  other people like ignored and didn't [TS]

  realize it was a good idea [TS]

  they just wrote themselves all out [TS]

  instantly and then we just thought it [TS]

  was funny that you set there like so [TS]

  obviously infuriated that no one could [TS]

  see your good idea and we just wanted to [TS]

  employ someone had good ideas say like [TS]

  it was to like observe at teamwork and [TS]

  see how well we work in a team like I [TS]

  clearly don't work well in a team and [TS]

  showed that related care because they [TS]

  were like no well I guess we don't [TS]

  really want a team player just want [TS]

  someone who's gonna have a few ideas [TS]

  teamwork is overrated I gray light gray [TS]

  we all know teamwork really means [TS]

  there's one or two horses pulling eighty [TS]

  percent of the wait [TS]

  yeah and everybody else is in the cart [TS]

  that's what teamwork means no [TS]

  I want to quickly mention another [TS]

  listener who I've ignored for too long [TS]

  I've been meaning to bring this up for a [TS]

  few episodes and having this person has [TS]

  gone above and beyond the call of duty [TS]

  so i think should get a quick mention [TS]

  someone called nick nick says hello [TS]

  internet was the first podcast I ever [TS]

  listen to this started me on a journey [TS]

  to discover my love for the medium to [TS]

  commemorate and thank you both i decided [TS]

  to show my true loyalty and I've gotten [TS]

  a nail and gear tattoo I've attached the [TS]

  image below thank you both for some [TS]

  wonderful hours so let me show you [TS]

  Nick's Nile and gear tattoo it's not the [TS]

  only tattoo next on his arms you can say [TS]

  that is a that is quite a decision it is [TS]

  it is i feel like i don't quite want the [TS]

  burden of that decision [TS]

  well you didn't make its alright this [TS]

  was done before either of us knew about [TS]

  it yes no that's true you did make the [TS]

  image publicly available though so i [TS]

  think you have got some responsibility i [TS]

  know that's not how that works at all [TS]

  by giving the image to the people to do [TS]

  with what they want i think is the exact [TS]

  reverse of claiming responsibility for [TS]

  how the images used 10 you did you not [TS]

  responsible you enabled enabling yeah [TS]

  yeah and I got a neighborhood that's [TS]

  true yeah in fact that you're not gonna [TS]

  give me to argue against that one there [TS]

  are no maximum enabling so we've had an [TS]

  explanation will put a picture in the [TS]

  show notes for anyone who wants to see [TS]

  the Nile and ghetto and maybe will also [TS]

  link to the image in case you two want [TS]

  to get a nail in Kyoto I wouldn't be [TS]

  doing my job if I didn't ask you if you [TS]

  have a tattoo [TS]

  I mean do you need to ask good diet [TS]

  makes it sound like I've seen you naked [TS]

  yes I don't need to ask because i have [TS]

  not seen you make it but yeah we were [TS]

  real too much okay [TS]

  of course I don't have a tattoo Brady [TS]

  now there's no way I would ever get a [TS]

  tattoo actually do you have a tattoo you [TS]

  seem like a guy who would get a tattoo [TS]

  what tattoo what I have I don't know [TS]

  you'd have something that mattered in [TS]

  the moment I can totally see you getting [TS]

  a tattoo yeah it just because you walked [TS]

  past a tattoo parlor and there was a [TS]

  thought on your head [TS]

  some like comic book can [TS]

  director you liked when you were 18 and [TS]

  we're legally old enough to get a tattoo [TS]

  i gots something that has the life span [TS]

  of a gnat it is the kind of thing that [TS]

  you would have as a tattoo yeah I've got [TS]

  one here that says the Phantom Menace is [TS]

  gonna be awesome right yeah I love [TS]

  beating videocassettes yeah [TS]

  honest-to-god Brady I wouldn't be the [TS]

  least bit surprised if you had something [TS]

  like that on your lower back really [TS]

  right now it's just I really wouldn't I [TS]

  could totally see you having a tattoo [TS]

  easily do you know i do not i'm actually [TS]

  mildly surprised that there isn't a [TS]

  secret pretty tattoo somewhere I'd say [TS]

  I'm antigua really why don't i don't [TS]

  mind other people getting it like I [TS]

  don't think less of them yes its [TS]

  people's bodies to do with what they [TS]

  want [TS]

  yeah but I just you know I'm bit of a [TS]

  fence-sitter i'm not one to be permanent [TS]

  and they're not to my taste [TS]

  they're not to my aesthetic taste [TS]

  sometimes but you know teach there i [TS]

  mean the nail and gears a beautiful [TS]

  design that is beautiful design [TS]

  democratically chosen I tell you what [TS]

  flag flag would not be a good tattoo [TS]

  it's true and very hot very good flag [TS]

  flag tattoo no I wouldn't like it that [TS]

  way to someone gets a flag flag tattoo [TS]

  i'll tell you what that's dedication to [TS]

  the cause for the rebel scum [TS]

  if you really love flag flag so much [TS]

  let's see your flag flag ghettos people [TS]

  yeah yeah go on you're playing with fire [TS]

  here played you you're playing with [TS]

  people live yeah that's what you're [TS]

  doing do this era don't listen to the [TS]

  brady people don't listen don't get a [TS]

  flag flag tattoo artist branding [TS]

  yourself as a loser then literally the [TS]

  thing that I'm worried about is I can [TS]

  imagine some Brady like person who is [TS]

  listening to the podcast was walking [TS]

  past a tattoo parlor right now who like [TS]

  you could just be influenced for a [TS]

  moment to do with things so now hang on [TS]

  a second grade just because you came up [TS]

  with this fantasy that I get whimsical [TS]

  tattoos like for no apparent reason i [TS]

  thought we'd established you were wrong [TS]

  and i have not done this so don't say [TS]

  that that's a brady like thing to do [TS]

  I've never done it you haven't done it [TS]

  I'm just simply saying that if if we [TS]

  wait long enough and you walk past [TS]

  enough tattoo parlors I feel like it's [TS]

  inevitable that at some point you would [TS]

  think it was a good enough idea to do I [TS]

  really do [TS]

  now next time you visit London I'm gonna [TS]

  going to keep walking past a two-party [TS]

  that natural gray you don't know you [TS]

  made like go look at that look at that [TS]

  butterfly [TS]

  isn't it pretty that I'm a total square [TS]

  bear how does nails you know I wouldn't [TS]

  make a noise when it was big daddy of [TS]

  course I'd be tough for haha now i don't [TS]

  think it's for me but hey you know [TS]

  tomorrow's another day [TS]