#706 Let me bore you to sleep “THE PODCASTS ARE SAFE AGAIN” - Jason Newland (18th August 2021)

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Hello, and welcome to Jason newland.com. My name is Jason Newland, and this is let me bore you to sleep. Please only listen when you can safely Close your eyes. Alo. Wow. You know what? So much to tell you so many things to talk about. Yes. Yay. Let me start with how long has it been since my last recording? 12th of August? No. The 11th of August. And it's now the 18th yet a week. Exactly a week. Wow. Now, you know, those that listen regularly know that? Very, very, very rare that I would go a whole week without making a recording. Very, very unusual. And that's it. Oh, yeah. Did I say that right stuff to say didn't know what was it? Basically, I've managed to save my podcast, which is good on my podcasts, just quite a few. But it got canceled on me because I didn't have the funds to pay for the monthly subscription, which was last week. And so I wasn't able to make a new recordings. And then xsigo Khan put on kind of hold, but they didn't cancel anything. And then eventually, they tried to take payments, I think three four times, and then they cancelled it like cancelled. And every time one sort of webs onto the podcast is said I was you know, obviously I couldn't make any new recordings. But they put me on to a free the free one. Luckily, they didn't delete any of my old stuff, as far as I know. But they had a big red warning saying that I was 14,000 hours over limit 14,000 hours. Wow. 14,000 hours. This is so this is that's a brain freeze. Oh, if ever there was one. Because I'm only on the free one. I'm only allowed allowed five hours. And they said that they would start to I don't know if they stopped the old stuff being available, but I don't think they did. Because I was still getting over 4000 downloads a day. Which kind of surprised me really are the stats were even though I wasn't producing anything. The stats were okay. In a weird Carnival way. I mean, the last two days so far, some a few a couple of hours left. But I've had nearly 4000 yesterday 4400 4900 the day before 4300 day before that. Just under 4000 day before that 4900 the day before that. And then 7724 the day before that. So obviously went down. But it still didn't go down to a really small amount. Still, like a million and a half a year, he did nothing. If I did zero if I made no podcasts, which was quite nice, which I guess that means that either the audience is growing or people are just listening to some of the oldest stuff. Because I mean, some of the older stuff might be better than the newest stuff. I don't know. It's all down to personal opinion, I guess. But yeah, here I am. I'm back. I'm back, baby. I'm back with a vengeance. I'm not sure. We've anger here. A little bit of anger. A little bit of a little Have a resentment that I There you go. I'm only human. So yeah, I got helped. I did, I did reach out for a bit of help with this. And you know, I didn't didn't get much help. The thing is, in fairness, I've had a lot of help from a lot of people over the years. So I'm not in a position to really moan about any familly, when it comes to that is just, I was a little bit concerned, I was gonna lose all of my work. Now, I wouldn't lose everything. But I want to say thank you to Helen Hayward, who did actually send me a PayPal gift to help me to pay. It went towards what I paid. But you know, it's the amount was $120. So I had to wait till I got paid today in order to pay it. So now it's all back, as it were, I hope I hope he did. OBD. The thing is, well know that there is no thing is this. Even though it's it's been like a week or whatever, since I last pilot, since I was due to pay, it will now be another three weeks when I pay again, because they don't, I don't pay a month after today, because they kept everything on there. So I'll have to pay it a month after when I should have paid it. So there'll be three weeks time I'll have another payment to make. But that's okay. Is this all right? It's okay. It's not on. So being so angry. It's it is what it is. But you know, what? My eyes to a few things. So I kind of realized that, um, you know, the can't rely on any any outside situation to keep this going. So I have to be a little bit more organized a little bit more organized. And I've done all right, really considering was it now every 16 years, or 15 years, coming up to 16 in January. So he's 16 years old, I've been making podcasts and videos and stuff like that online. So I kind of must have done all right, if you've kept it going this long. So I'll I'll intending to keep again, for the rest of my life. So however long there is some, I've got no intention of stopping. Or even if I did stop properly. Or if I stopped for a while or a break or you know, went on holiday for a bit, you know, still went to prison or even knows whatever. I still keep the podcast going. I'd still still keep it all keep all everything going, even if I didn't make any new recordings for a while. And something that I'm going to be doing. And this won't be available anywhere else. But my podcast is I'm going to be making versions of the early recordings on all podcasts. So for example, my stop smoking, or the whistling stop smoking podcast, I'm going to do each of those recordings of music, as you know, two hours or five hours like I do now. But they weren't, they might be on the podcast. But for the let me boil to sleep, I'm going to go back to the very first recorded. And this won't be today this will be over the next few months probably because it will take a long time to do it because of the quantity. And all of those recordings that I've done in the past that are eligible, where it works. We'll have music in the background. But they will only be available on my website. So you'll be able to just go to the page where we have the recording. And we'll have three different episodes embedded into the page so you can listen to it without music with two hours music three and five hours of music as it is now with the up to date stuff but that's all I'll be doing. Just add into the pages are already there. Because there are 1000s of pages on my website where for each individual recording you know, there's so fails 14 1500 something like that. So without 1000 only with server that has and always growing, always growing unfortunately body parts will keep growing but they don't shrinking. Things start to shrink i think you know what dude knows so also don't have a lot of back fat that's why I'm telling you that but I saw someone with like a similar but tracksuit top that I wear the hoodie. And someone was walking past me that big old floppy, back that anaphor I don't have that I've got a belly. I think mobile is going down a bit of income starting to not so much to lose weight, but I think distribute the fat, you know, trying to move some of it more into a hot area. But yeah, I haven't got I'm not sad, my back's fat free. But I haven't got like massive. I've got big love love handles, on my back, or my lower back. So I think I might have I'm not so maybe you still don't know, I think you might have slimmed down a little bit. I do a lot of stretching now from from my lower back has been problematic to me. I do stretches every single day, a variety different stretches, and also squats and stuff like that, trying to strengthen my lower not just my lower back balls or my hips, and my core and my legs as well. Because it's really weird because when I first started doing the squats, the first one that is with my knees is to be quite sore. And it used to be almost a strain to sort of do a few. Now I could do like 30 4050 and it's not even an effort. It's just really weird. And I can go further down than I used to out to my record if I kept doing it, I'll probably be able to nearly put me bomb on the floor. Although to be fair, I've only got to lean back a little bit me bombs touching the floor. I've got a message to say I was so I didn't reply to this yet. Sorry. To message once from Ben. Hi, Jason. Everything all right. What do you Hi, Ben. It's as good I've replied. So I was gonna reply to you on here. So if you're listening Ben, Ben, Ben. Ben. Ben. Ben. Ben. Ben. Ben. Ben. Hi, mate. Yeah, all's good. I was below our thumbs up on there. And thanks for asking. And Rachel says I had an idea for a subject for a let me boy to sleep podcast 1985, the music and things that happened in that year, etc. So thanks for that I do Rachel, I am going to look into it. I won't do it today because I'm going to moan today, I'm going to moan. I'm just going to talk a little bit about what's been happening. Not gonna moan on might moan on my air my air, but not not badly moan but just just you know, talk, you know, talk about stuff. But I will do or do that sounds like a good idea because that's just down my road. In fact, what I might do Ricci baby is due, one, four. Wow. Okay. Everyone wants money. About to draw out, right? I had to draw out the remainder of my money from the bank in cash. Sounds like it was like a huge amount. It wasn't tight, small amount. But I had to draw it out because it just keeps getting taken out my bank by direct debits and just continuously so I had to take it out. Otherwise I wouldn't have any money to get me through to next week. But what I did do is Oh, you're his mother. What I might do. Rachel is Go through the years of 1980 all the way through to maybe, you know, just the 80s every year for the 80s. And just go through some of the songs maybe some of the news that happened in my country on Rachel Rachel's country as well. But you know, for people that haven't, that aren't from England, stuff that you may not know about even might be slightly interesting. And informative, maybe I don't know. But it just be like my my memories of those particularly years, you know, for example, 1980 whatever year it was, when Prince Charles and Diana got married. Aware I was at the time I was on a rooftop trying to get a really good shot. Fortunately, the gun jammed, but no check was doing now. I was like nine years old, promoting I didn't get my first gun till I was 11. Have first rifle. So yeah, I'd like to. Yeah, that might be interesting as you go through the 80s some of my favorite songs of that decade. So this is going to rate you give me homework. Damn, you. Damn you. Homework. In fact, right? She baby. What you can do, if you want, you can help me go through 1980 and send me a list of stuff that happened in 1980. And then 1981 1982 just stories for me from England that were big at that time. Big things that happened. Yeah. In fact, what we could do if you wanted to make this a little bit more interesting, is supposed to be bought, it's supposed to be boring. It's not supposed to be interested. But we all know, it really is interesting. Because what's interesting to us is boring to other people, you know, that's how it works isn't it doesn't matter. Like, quantum quantum physics is boring to some people, but to other people, it's their life. You know, and it could change our lives but but we don't have to be interested in it. don't necessarily want to hear about it. Someone's grand granddaughter being born. It's boring to most people in the whole world. But not to that person. It's like the most amazing thing in the world to them. But no one else wants is going to be interested apart from obviously family. Okay, you know, I mean, not saying that this was typical. I'm not saying that no one is interested is you know, is not interesting to other people outside of your, your world, your bubble your life, as well. I mean, it's low if you walked up to someone that you don't know. And you set up I mean, I see. Like, you got 30 people that you don't know. randomly picked them off the street from around the country. And got a project around start showing them snapshots of your new baby, or your new puppy or your new favorite or wherever. Or you know, or your your grandson on his first day of school. It's obvious that is cute. But a lot of people are probably thinking why if you bought me here I was enjoying that movie. Why have you? You know what I wanted to go shopping? A lot of people just won't be interested like because it's not their life. That's why me Ah, I mostly get a lot of dry skin on my first finger. Just just on the end of it. I wonder what it is I do this causing that. It's almost like it's got a callus. And I'm played like, you know, when you play the guitar, or when you learn in a guitar and you get a callus on yanzhou fingers. That's what I've got on my first finger of my left hand. Not in any of the hands not in any With other fingers, but just on that one finger What do I do? I think I fidget I think I'm like poking it with my thumb and my poking skin with my now cause realize I'm doing it now that's the Gabi some reason for it maybe that's why I do maybe I do when I'm in bed like suppose if you filmed it with locals winking off a ghost I just don't know just this weird like moving my hand around with strange so maybe yeah do the one day yeah do it day per decade number per year from so I can't really there's no point doing 70s because I was a kid and really music wise with my first is this is true much sustain it for for comedy value. My first song that I remember hearing as a small child was I love you love you love me to love I love you love me by pervy glitter now. I love that song. I was a little kid, I had no choice. It was just there playing. And that is my first it's one of my first songs. That's my first song is like a very, very, very young child. And then as I got older when I was probably about 5656, something like that. And had this is Yeah, my memory is is weird. There was a radio in the dining room of the children's home that I was in South End and had a radio on his plane, Bill Haley and the comets as like Rock Around the Clock 12345 loop reboot. And I never really sort of figured out why. Why would they play in that song? At that time, because you know, it was a 1950 songs now. But Rock Around, check it Rock Around the Clock releases. UK Okay, so look around the clock singles Official Charts. This is Wow. Wow. See? Yeah, it was released in 955. went to number one. It was a week, five weeks at number one. And weeks in the charts. It was 36 weeks and charts. Then it was released again in 1974. And it got to number 12 in the charts. A 10 weeks in the charts. spoos number 12 1974 Susanna charts from the 16th of the third 19 74/16 of March. Susan F to about may see Yeah. Isn't that weird? Because that don't make sense. Because that seems too early. Maybe not. Maybe it wasn't a children's home by then. But just because it was planned or radio don't mean it was in the charts at that time does it? No it don't. We keep going on about it fall. Do you? Yeah, true. Bar just remembered being played quite a lot. And I don't know what was re released. Maybe it was on an advert because I mentioned there was television back then. Black and White television i think i think color television was around because I'm pretty sure I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure When I was when I pretty sure get a color television in the children's I'm pretty sure but I might be wrong again I might be wrong because I didn't get to watch much television and the nuns are poor TV put the TV on. I thought we could watch Crossroads maybe Emmerdale farm used to be called Emmerdale farm back then not just Mr. Dyer or now trendies Emmerdale, used to be called Emmerdale farm, which is about farmers. Now it's expanded to be about it seems to be more about the town. Emma doll, you know, the I don't watch it. I used to watch it in the 2000s, the early 2000s when Kane was the real bad boy, and other artists, and the dingles was in it and it was funny. And it was just quietly like, though it was a comedy family. And then I stopped watching it. So I think the the lady that was I think, I think now she's dating cane or they escaped in a helicopter, some big, weird, exciting thing. And then she took off and was gone for like nearly 20 years and then came back into it or 15 years or so. And then came back. I was born as a boring, a boring description of something that wasn't very boring at the time. To be honest, if I'm honest, it was exciting. To me, I used to watch shows like crossroads, let's say Crossroads crossroads and then go to bed. Crossroads on thing used to be on about 630 so we're the non Don's used to party when he was in bed. He's like get all dressed and stockings start dancing to disco music to Abba and stuff like that. Dancing green. Mamma Mia. Mamma mia more merely because that wasn't dancing this year, they probably wouldn't like to Queen with the nuns kind of music nonetheless listened to? I don't know. Look around the clock, I guess. No. Very quiet was that noise? Which is weird. Because when you've got imagines? Well, you have to you'd have to imagine you might have slept in rooms with siblings and stuff. Being in a room with I'd say at least 12 other kids, or let you know, those might be less might be more might be 20. Those is probably 12 plus kids. Like one roadbeds one side robots. The other side knows enough room for like a I think maybe a wardrobe or something next to the next to the bed. And it's quiet, very quiet at night. I don't maybe kids don't snore. Maybe snoring doesn't happen to get older. I don't know. I don't have kids. So I don't know. I don't. I don't. It might be the most silliest thing I've ever said. Cause kids snore. They're human in a way weren't allowed to make noise, etc. So I don't know maybe, maybe under those circumstances you learn not to snore. I don't know. I really I'm not sure. I just don't remember it being particularly noisy. And again, when I went to hospital when I was a kid and I was in a room with just a bunch of other kids in a room. When I had my adenoids out when I was eight and again there was just quiet it was a lot the footsteps of the nurse or the nun what's a nun doing in hospital get out? I made to get away from you know, the kids is always like, tapped up you could hear the footsteps could hear the repressed rage on me and that will friend tomorrow, someone who haven't seen for years, literally years. And I say years, at least probably over two years, maybe three at least over two years anyway. Long before the before the plagues died. It was before that. Because Yeah, so I just called him up. Actually, I didn't have his phone, because I gave him a friend my phone. So I deleted everything from it. I set up set to factory settings. I didn't want any old text is of mine on there. Do you want any telephone numbers? Just want it all cleared? So I lost my friend's number. Not that it was on there either. But it might have been I don't know. So I contacted another friend who's friends with him. So can you send me his telephone number? And he said, he got back to me. This is a different person. He said, I have to ask him, send a text message and see if it's okay for me to give you his number as I want. My first response is to just send him any text message full of not so friendly words, because I just so annoyed me. This is someone Firstly, the person has sent a text to I called him to start with and and I texted him. This is a friend that I used to live with. And he knows that I'm friends with this other person. It's not like he's, I'm asking like a stranger was asking for his friend's number. This is a friend asking for a friend's number who were both friends with. And then he sends me a telephone number eventually cut today's layer, beat me tongue didn't say nothing. And he said yeah, he said it's okay. Here it is. I know it's okay. I went to the blokes wedding. I was his groomsmen, the groomsmen is that right word, so he didn't have a best man. But he had three groomsmen, and I was one of his groomsmen, which is kind of like a best man on one of his best friends. So I say, you know, um, he paid for me to have a suit rented a suit out of stuff for me, like a tuxedo and stuff. You know, of course, he's not going to Miami Avenue, his telephone number. Damn you. That's what I'm trying to say. Anyway. So we're meeting up tomorrow, so it's really good. Just found out he lives just up the road for me. Because he used to live in town now he's moved. And he's further away from town than I am. See that? I said to me in town, he said, Do you ever have to go past you to get there? So he lives forever up. And he's going through some stuff so I'll have a chat with him. See if I can help him in any way. And my friend the other friend, he sent me his telephone but he missed a number of SOS phone him phone make you find him? Which friend you're talking about. Now, this is confusing. I know. It's confusing trying to explain it but I don't want to use their names to get me. You get me in it. I don't want to use their names because these are real life people that I have contact with. Who sometimes I use names. Sometimes I use pretend names about people from the past. So I'll just make a name up. And because you're never gonna see him you never get to know him you never get to. And I just sometimes make a name up, pretend. And that's it. But when it's someone actually in my life now, or someone that's important to me, as This friend is what you say important? How come you haven't seen him for over two years? Because I'm not very good friend. So there you go. I'll be quite honest about that. I'm a rubbish friend. I've never pretended to be a good friend have never pretended to be good at anything. I know, I'm not particularly good at anything, but at least I'm aware of. I'm not sure how useful that is being aware. I'm an arsenal, but I'm aware that I'm an arsenal. I don't know how useful is. But yeah, my friend who sent me the text message with the telephone number. missed a number out so I was calling it we cannot call we cannot connect you. Moment. Like it was. Not this telephone was not recognized. This is not the right number. Dawg correctly, please. Thank you very much. Nope. So eventually, for what I did is I counted the numbers I looked for is that the right amount mountain numbers. So I looked at my own telephone number are counted how many numbers are were on mine. And then a counted how many numbers are was on this number? And it was one short because all mobile phone numbers since I have to say my numbers, I think in the UK of England, retain. So that'll be good. I just, I'm talking about it, cuz I'm trying to remind myself to go zonies not far. I'm just me and him locally, but I don't know. I'm so used to not having any plans. And I haven't met anybody. I haven't No, I haven't met anybody. Before years in public, because, you know, we've been pretty much this country's been closed down really for two years, pretty much. So the last two years. I know we've been able to. Technically everything's been open for the last. I don't know what a couple of months now is it? I don't know how long it's been. But I'm just I haven't I have not been out. Really. I did go to town today. What I was interested in. Get on the bus. Everybody is wearing a mask. Now. Then a friend of mine were neighbor. He lives in the same building. He gets on a bus. He's He's at the bus stop ahead of me some reason. And he gets on. He's wearing a mask, which is fair enough. But I said it's a choice or says this is what I can't tell people what to do. which occurred. we'd all like to do that. But wear a bikini. So I tell the bus driver. He might not be happy. But that's why I insist. He, my friend got on and he just sat in front of me. He's got his mask on. And I said Sir, have you had your double jab? Shea said no. Now the reason he's been abroad is is this isn't the information that no one else's business is about? Yeah, he's been abroad so he hasn't had he hasn't been here to have a dance. I guess he will have it done. I would next few weeks or whatever. But he caught he he caught COVID last year but he didn't know it had it. He had been abroad came back and they tested him as he entered the country. This is in a days before they had thought the quick flow ones. This was like a proper test. So that descend away and he came back. They'd had it the HD was positive and he had to stay at home for you know two weeks or whatever. He wasn't ill with it. He just had it and is quite elderly we're not elderly he's not young. But he's he's must be either very lucky or very healthy or whatever. Just you know the he was not ill with it. So I can understand why people in his situation wear masks because If you haven't had the double jab or whatever, but those who've been vaccinated isn't part of being vaccinated. So you get you don't wear a mask anymore. If you're not if we're not vaccinated, Why be vaccinated? The whole idea behind vaccinate is so that you're immune to the thing is that people are vaccinated against smallpox. They didn't catch smallpox, did they? They eradicated smallpox by immunization. That was the point or where? measles? What stuff thing? A thing that used to be really prevalent. Oh, that ain't around no more. I can tell. In fact, I say wrong. Do you wanna do diseases that have been eradicated? By vaccination. Okay, you ready? Are you ready? Are we ready? Everyone? vaccination is what we've been given by two vaccinations. Right? It's to eradicate diseases. That's what it's supposed to do. polio. vaccination COVID A polio, tetanus vaccination. Although, you can have a tetanus jab cannubi you know, but anyway. flu. influenza, like proper full on, full on. Doesn't happen so much. Hepatitis B. forgotten about Okay, this is the wrong this is torn up. People are dying through a website is just listing people that are dying. That's not why one history of vaccines, okay. Disease eradication. So. What it Okay, of course, there's going to be some countries that still have stuff, but I'm going to talk about this country, this country, right? polio, smallpox. Oh, give me the answers are one. To one winds me up. polio. Like he says when a disease stops circulating, circulating in a region, it's considered eliminated in that region. This is history of vaccines. That org. polio for example is the limitate eliminated in the United States by 1979 after widespread vaccination efforts, say in 1980 after decades of efforts by the World Health Organization, the World Health Assembly endorsed a statement declaring smallpox smallpox eradicated so that was due to it was a radical to accomplish with a combination of focus surveillance. identify new smallpox cases and ring events vaccination. That means anyone who could have been exposed to a smallpox patient was struck tracked down and vaccinated as quickly as possible. effectually coral correlating corralling the disease and prevented its further spread. The last case of wild smallpox occurred in Somalia in 1977. Wow. So just shows you is obviously is this just the vaccine equally important is ability to protect dividuals against infections. People who survive smallpox naturally develop lifelong immunity against future infections. For everyone else vaccination was highly effective. The ha ha doc who who trained who train who trained vaccinators quickly and they could immunize large groups of people in a short time. So the eradication of smallpox raise hopes that the same could be accomplished for other diseases, with many named as possible. polio, mumps and raccoon, a glorious Asus guinea worm disease. Blimey Malaria is also been considered as is. So I've never had measles. You know what I have ever told you this. When I applied to volunteer in hospital a few years back about five years ago Blimey, and they gave me a blood test to see was vaccinated against because they have a very, you have to be vaccinated against all these different things to be able to work in the NHS. I was not vaccinated against the measles. Laws again, I was vaccinated against his smallpox. I don't know all the different things that you get when you're a kid. Probably not as a kid, but to be fair, we didn't have any vaccinations as a kid. I didn't have the measles and I probably didn't have the receiver. But maybe the hospital were looking for that. But I had the the one on a Sugar Lump at school. Okay, what is the vaccinations? Okay, school vaccinations? So I can't remember but I remember one of them really hurts. Wash shops. Okay, so you get tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough the hepatitis A and hepatitis B. vaccinations. Wow. Blimey. So you also get chickenpox, diptheria, tetanus and tuscia flu vaccine, measles, mumps rubella, an MRI vaccine. I don't think MMR was around at the time so vaccines before going to school that's no good way to get kids get shows the first dose should begin within two months to second base of four months third doses six months rely me Wow. So I don't know much about accident have kids and I can't remember. I don't remember was a baby. I don't remember. I mean from the sounds of it. I didn't get any vaccinations when I was a kid. When I was little, little little but did when I went to school 100% I didn't miss any of them because there's one tetanus diphtheria and polio I think so on for polio. Which is one of the biggest best sugar polio vaccine I think that's the one do some sugar was school vaccinations saw arm sumptuous as sort of it as which is the one that was really because you know what? I had the COVID injection or vaccinations? Nope. I was no pain. It was honestly it was easy. I think it's probably easier as you get older maybe I don't know kiss to fit in. I mean that is having had certain procedures. Nothing major but yeah a few. If you go into hospital, you have to get a few Be a bit of product and stuff. So tiny little is, it was pretty much practically painless. Absolutely. But Amna had a steroid injection into the muscles, which I did for my shoulder twice. That was really hard. But at the same time, I came out almost skipping, I feel so good. Because the pain had gone. I couldn't, I had movement in my shoulder again. You know, I mean, odds are so amazing. But they have to, you know, they injected right into the, the area where is problematic. And it was brilliant, announced just I had to, but they wouldn't give another one that did the one. And then I think probably six months, eight months later, I had another one. And then I was it won't lead to no more. I was such a shame because it really, really did the trick hours. I mean, if you could have that if they could create their steroid injection, any part of the body and have that effect, we would never have to do with physical pain ever again. Honestly, it is almost like a magic prick. It was was finger poor Daniels, his wife now. She knew all of our magic. It was a magic, you know, just a magic injection. That was, honestly is if anyone's ever had one, you know, is the actual injections, not not the pleasant is most thing in the world. But Wow, afterwards. It's amazing. It was for me just to have movement back in my shoulder to be able to not be because I was in a lot of a lot of discomfort a few years with my shoulder, I still have problems with it, they seem to have listened up over the years. But you know, I do exercise and stuff. I think that helps the exercise a bit of movement, keeping a stretching go in and that so that helps out the time when I did enjoy it. And in you know, the years that followed, were had the injections. I didn't have a lot of physical exercise of movement. I was sitting in an office all the time, you know, just all when I was at home even or sitting at a desk, working on websites and and then making recordings of sitting down a lot. So I wasn't using my shoulder. But then when I moved away and started college or university. I took up boxing. So I was training there. And then I did Taekwondo as well, a few years later, to gain I was doing exercise and I did was doing weights and working on a punch bag and stuff. So I guess I was using maybe I built up some muscles in my shoulder that got in because I had to Carly to Robin against each other. So I injured it quite bad. Well. Yeah, he actually needs it off. Well, I was told it needed an operation so they could fall down. The cartilage is like yeah, where do I sign up? can we do now? Like now you're off it I'll just tighten up all those steroid injections please. No record ever any more. No, you've added to you've had to once you're gonna get it's too so we're gonna have novostei? No, no, I want that one. You can't have one. Therefore as Richie I could. Yep, probably. Right. See, yeah, but I think I think probably it might be the other way around. It might just be because I've got so fat, that a load of fat I've got in the middle and it's kind of softening is cushioning it. So that might be might just be a bunch of cells. Avoid in doubt no dia sought to know. Could be, might not be good, good, good, good, good. Good, good, good, good, good, good, good. I have no story is going to tell you, I'll tell you another time. Something happened today. The there was a bloke I just queued up, I got a burger today for treating yourself. I was in town, I was going to do something that I decided not to because I wanted to go home. Once I was in town, I wanted to leave. So for Okay, I'll just have a burger. And or, excuse me, I'll go home. And then I almost get in I was gonna, I went to the shopping supermarket, I got a delivery ordered to have to go into town to get delivery, we're done. And I did that. So I got up wasn't a big delivery was expensive, but it's always running out of so much stuff had very little in the way of food. Now, I've got for some reason I went healthy today. Even the lady on the cashier was like looking at me surprised. She said, one is all the chocolate done, I always had to go a lot of fresh food. I gotta know why. I know, I know what my intention is. My intention is to eat healthy, and do weights and to get exercise in and do lots of sit ups or suppress ups, lots of weights and working on, you know, maybe even on a bicycle. So on the exercise bike that is basically a dust collector. So sometimes I put clothes on it. So if I start using that, and get myself fit, but at the same time eating well. And because you know I'm hungry, so much of the time, I'm kind of just hungry. So I think that's maybe that maybe I am losing weight because I'm almost forcing myself not to eat very much. But the idea here is the food I have got is low calorie or low sugar. So like it's natural food, if that makes sense. It's not processed, it's just all vegetables. Me I'm not a vegetarian. So this meat vegetables, and that's it. Salad milk, eggs, some cheese and some water I bought eight also bottles of water. And that was that was kind of it. I've gotten some steaks. Some other sort of for my breakfast. So the be I'm going to be able to cook breakfast. But healthy. I got these sirloin steaks, not so long steaks, gammon steaks. So got eight of those eight chicken breasts, there are enough for every day to keep me going. Got some pastor, and awesome rice, and B, D, D, D and some tuna fish as well. So I'm going to be eating probably every three hours or something, but a small meal. So basically began on to a, like a bodybuilding diet. So I'm eating regularly. I'll be exercising regularly. But I'm also going to be working on this stuff. And so that this is something I've done in the past. And it's you know, it's it's been a while back kind of this is stuff that I've studied in the past. This is stuff that I've studied in the past. I sound a bit weird. So I kind of know what I'm doing. I realize that things have changed, realized that I know that things have you know, if you read a book in 1986 on diet it might not be that The up to date as far as what's know now however because I used to have an opt I had a Diet book for bodybuilding so I wanted to be a bodybuilder I wanted to build myself up but my body just wouldn't do it I had muscle but I was skinny I was skinny as can be and I remember once my boss in a chip shop might laugh at me so I was skinny I was I got muscles that you haven't and I showed him my biceps I didn't muscle the head it died is strapped to my arm was my muscle but you know the feeling anyway but I did I had muscle Burgess I was so so skinny so little. So I was like eight and a half stone left eight and a half stone when I left school that's about 35 pounds or something. So a little bit heavier now slightly lighter. But even back in the last time I really went to get myself a bit more muscular and started working on it was 10 years ago when I was doing the boxing I really did a slimmed down by got bigger, if that makes sense. I didn't I didn't lose weight if anything I'm I don't know if I put weight on. But I got more muscular by slim so my waistline was less but my shoulders my arms were bigger because I was doing a weight so I was drinking protein shakes and stuff like that in I was a quite a lot of vegetarian food at the time actually. But this is what we do anyway just this week. I'm fed up with being hungry, but I can't afford to just eat without exercise and because it's just realistically not my age where I'm overweight a bit and at my age and as you know, it's not the most sensible thing to do to just increase my food intake. However it might be nice to do that for one aspect, but I probably won't feel well for it. If I just you know there's one thing not feeling hungry which is nice. But then to just that Lafond, lethargy or whatever that comes from just he and and no actually moving around. So I need to do the exercise as well. So as I'm going to do a leave and our side then exercise or what ideally exercise and then he yes exercise demos and to eat and you know just do that. And he every maybe four hours or maybe every two hours I don't see what happens. But only small amounts are not going to be eating a lot. I'll have a big breakfast because that's that's the only meal you really unless you're working really hard all day and you haven't eaten for hours and hours now as a course. Any time any day can be a big meal can it be if you've the night time is a time when we technically we kind of have to go because you can't eat while you're asleep. So you can't have we go the longest period of time. I think generally between last meal at night and then breakfast. So technically breakfast is the easiest one to have a big meal. But I'm not used to. I'm used to just having a breakfast cereal. Coffee didn't buy any coffee today completely. I was looking for coffee couldn't find anyone any slow waistline. They hit it as I was deaf to keep drinking tea. So don't mind but I like my one cup of coffee in the morning. It makes me happy inside. Happy, happy, happy, happy. Maybe I'll have a cup of coffee tomorrow when I'm out Yeah, tweet myself to coffee. Coffee, coffee coffee. Yeah, that'd be nice. Maybe coffee and a biggie, Biggie wikiwiki five nerds. So yeah, that's it really have some other thing I'm doing. Oh, I'm going to try and get a bit more organized with this room. Now, this stuff here, that's still being the same. That was the same when my little houseguest was here. And I haven't sort of tidy it up. But I'm gonna do that over the next day or two. Because I need to get myself more organized. As I've been doing a lot more paperwork, not paperwork, I'm more internet, laptop, computer work wherever you want to explain it. So with the podcasts I I've got, I use a thing called otter.ai. to transcribe my recordings. Now it's going to take months and months and months and months and months for me to get up to date. When to you know, we've all recordings I've ever done. On nearly at the end of the relaxation, hypnosis for stress and anxiety podcast, the one specifically for they're not all the others that had their 207 nice, as we're about 240, or whatever. And I've nearly transcribed them more. And then our work on another one. So it's gonna take ages. But what I've been doing on the podcasts is adding the transcriptions to the podcast information. In order to for Google to find the podcasts in order to earn each one has its own stuff or its own different transcript. So I'll be working on that the last few days. And it's taking me quite a while to get my head around how to do it properly. might not make sense, but it does to me. And it's metazine Ay ay ay ay. is Mike is just takes a bit of time, beer time to figure out how am I going to produce one needs this is the format in the way I want it to be presented. To include also in each podcast, the you know, continue reading because the the amount of information or the amount of words, wherever this is not enough space on the podcast description, to have it all there. I suppose much they can then continue reading with a link to my website page where you can read the whole thing and listen to podcasts as well. And underneath that there's also the information about background music. So what I do now is I just put information to the background music on every podcast, whether it is background music or not. That waste is covered just there. Because it's important to do that for copyright reasons. Because it's I can use music for free, but I have to put that in there. So I do that for I'm going to be doing it for every every record regardless. Just that way I've not missed it ethanolamine blow technically, I do actually put on the podcasts with music, there is the information in the actual image. The high is no point is there's no harm in doing it twice. You're not I mean in it. So there you go. So that's it. I'm hungry. The thing is, I've got no food. I can just eat like now. Nothing, zero. Zilch hot, hot, hot or not at all. I could probably stretch to some toasters but I might have to put up with that. I might be a bit of toast maybe with some jam. Boring but tomorry tomorrow morning, wake up and we have a gammon steak. I'm going to have at least one egg, maybe two boiled eggs and some baked beans Yeah, that's gonna be my breakfast and some orange juice and maybe some breakfast cereal as well. I don't know. We'll see. We'll see how it goes. I don't know don't overdo it by also do need to have fiber but then I've got vegetables so fiber should still be there. But we'll say you know, I don't know. Yeah egg beans, gammon steak. Yeah, I don't know if I'll be able to eat him if I could actually physically eat breakfast cereal as well. But might as possible I'm not I have my might have a breakfast soon as like a snack during the day. I'm also going to be happy I'm going to be getting some protein shakes but not yet because I've got some slimfast shakes. which normally have water but I'm going to have them I had one earlier with milk. So it's pretty high in protein. And it's supposed to be recording of a meal. So while I have this is in powder form, so these two they're not huge tubs but one chocolate one strawberry. So I'm gonna do use those first and then get myself some protein shakes. Some protein powder rather not protein shakes. Get the protein powder and then make them yourself like he used to in the good old days. You know I still put ice cream in them as well. He's really lovely. There's there is good as any milkshake you gain, especially if you if you use ice cream to thick shakes like McDonald's kind of just as good lovely pour it may be even better to be fair, because it is all white say natural products. I mean hey had the amount of stuff that goes I don't know what's in that protein powder to be fair for me to say natural products but is milk and ice cream. And the stuff that's ice cream is made off not necessarily particularly natural desert. I'll forget all that still tasty, tasty, yummy, make Mozart exercise for dual Ave exercise and I'm just going to become really really really fat. So exercise isn't even option has to be done. Exercising isn't an option. I sounds like it says Well, it's not going to happen, isn't it? not exercising isn't an option. So I'm in the not exercising isn't an option. It's a necessity. Yeah, you know, one me you know one main man. Nick. Right. I'm going to go Thank you everyone for listening. And tomorrow on might have a look at maybe talking about a year, maybe starting with 1980 and then working through the decades. Maybe Stein in 1979 maybe started in 1977 I got chills the multiplying was at 1978 77 or 78. When at the old grease. The show was it 1980 notice definitely 70s Are you sure? Yeah, I'm sure. How do you know I'll tell you how I know my brother My older brother came home when we were living in a house, where my nanny granted ended up moving in, they moved there in 1978 was it 1979? Maybe do maybe 1979 but this was 1978 I'm pretty sure because my brother came into the kitchen and he had the grease album and have the double album you know, disc vinyl, like how they used to be. So if I if I put in Greece Greece album I got Chico State to play in and Nam news in 1978 or the power just plugging. It's electric tagging was also reissued in 1984 and 1991. Release Date 14th of April 1978. See Yeah. Wow. Wow. Did you notice it was produced by a bunch of people? One of them Very good. Very good. He didn't do the right anything on the elbow grease. I don't know. Berry quip grease cause it did they did the sound right didn't they? Did they grease grease is the word is do I can get the eating to do doo that was them in Greece is a title for the song 90 the Okay great. Thank you Valley. Okay, I'm confused diamond. When you get there by the way, I got my welcome aboard with me. No time No. Other any Barry gape was one of the producers or whatever of the film. Blimey, but he made a bit of money. I'll bet he did it. He did it. Oh, yeah. So I want to go. Thank you for listening. Remember to be kind to yourself. Because you deserve to be happy. Do something special. something extra special today just for yourself. Or tomorrow whenever if you're going to sleep now or tomorrow morning tomorrow during the day, very soon. Do something extra special, something that you haven't done for yourself or someone something that you give you pleasure or just a feeling of well being. Who could do what's up bar bye

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