Hello Internet

H.I. #64: The Quiz Show

 

  is this something going on with Brett [TS]

  like au shareholder or something that [TS]

  you haven't disclosed you're obsessed [TS]

  I'm not absolutely no no listen okay [TS]

  this is just a brief thing that I want [TS]

  to mention now I promise you I'm not [TS]

  being paranoid or anything but right [TS]

  after the last time we talked about [TS]

  Brett immediately after that just the [TS]

  print that i visit moved the hot [TS]

  stoppers from behind the counter to [TS]

  where they should be with the napkins [TS]

  and the sugars and the utensils and all [TS]

  of that so they have a little space [TS]

  where you can pick up a hot stopper [TS]

  after you get your drink and I thought [TS]

  oh isn't this fantastic at first this is [TS]

  a company-wide policy change that has [TS]

  happened everywhere and they're finally [TS]

  doing it the way that it's supposed to [TS]

  be done but no turns out after visiting [TS]

  a few other prints i discovered it is [TS]

  just the print that I went to and [TS]

  complained about in the morning so I [TS]

  basically decided I can't ever go there [TS]

  again it's just too weird [TS]

  someone's listening and I've been [TS]

  getting tea in the morning instead as [TS]

  part of my morning routine so just so [TS]

  absolutely clear you think someone at [TS]

  that prey listens to hello Internet [TS]

  here's the things you complain about [TS]

  about your pretty hot stopper drink [TS]

  experience and has been altering pret [TS]

  standard practices to cater to your [TS]

  whims when you say it like that it [TS]

  sounds obsessed and paranoid [TS]

  yes it does so i'm not i'm not saying [TS]

  that's the case I'm just saying that i'm [TS]

  not sure that I'm comfortable going [TS]

  there every morning anymore i think my [TS]

  time with fred has come to an end or at [TS]

  least that particular bread i'll tell [TS]

  you I think you should tell me which [TS]

  prayer it is and next time I'm in London [TS]

  I'm gonna go in there in either an HR [TS]

  t-shirt or an alien gear teacher and [TS]

  really carefully monitor the staff and [TS]

  look at the way they see if there's any [TS]

  like recognition in their eyes and then [TS]

  I'll know first thing we have to follow [TS]

  up is your sports fairytale story here [TS]

  is when i was looking in the reddit and [TS]

  people were discussing this situation [TS]

  you talked about last time with Lester [TS]

  cities incredible win [TS]

  yeah and you bored traded to me as [TS]

  though [TS]

  with the winning teams they are run by [TS]

  all of these Russian billionaires and [TS]

  you you can't beat them but it turns out [TS]

  the leicester city guy is just sometime [TS]

  billionaire so the story here is one [TS]

  billionaire beats another billionaire [TS]

  with their toy sports league that's what [TS]

  happened [TS]

  alright well you left out that part of [TS]

  the story well now it's my turn down a [TS]

  bit nutty but there are different kinds [TS]

  of billionaires I guess you would know [TS]

  you're the guy who hangs out with [TS]

  billionaire so when a billionaire buyers [TS]

  a football club some of them sink lots [TS]

  of money into it and try to make it this [TS]

  winning team that's going to take all [TS]

  before it [TS]

  this is this is what happened with [TS]

  Chelsea and this is what happened with [TS]

  manchester city [TS]

  uh-huh but there are other billionaires [TS]

  that by football clubs just as rational [TS]

  businessman who don't want to lose money [TS]

  on it and invest reasonable amounts of [TS]

  money and that's what's happened in the [TS]

  case of the thai guy and if you have a [TS]

  look at the amount of money that had [TS]

  been spent on the squad and players of [TS]

  leicester city and this has been done [TS]

  many times in various infographics and [TS]

  things the Leicester City scored cost a [TS]

  pittance and is made up of a ragtag [TS]

  bunch of players who didn't cost [TS]

  millions and they were just the scraps [TS]

  that were pulled together at [TS]

  bargain-basement prices and now all [TS]

  those players are indeed worth millions [TS]

  because they've won the premiership [TS]

  together so there is a big difference in [TS]

  the way this was done but let's let's [TS]

  let's be honest here these guys still [TS]

  learn a lot of money [TS]

  it's not like this is a bunch of school [TS]

  kids off the beach in Brazil that have [TS]

  come in one in their faces potato sex [TS]

  you know not the mighty ducks right that [TS]

  actress yeah these guys are good enough [TS]

  to play in the Premiership so they they [TS]

  do have agents that can say hey to pay [TS]

  my guy reasonable amount of money you [TS]

  know they're not carpooling to the [TS]

  ground or anything like that but when [TS]

  you stack all the numbers up against [TS]

  each other [TS]

  this really is a true underdog story [TS]

  ok ok but it's billionaires playing [TS]

  against each other and multi [TS]

  millionaires vs underdog regular [TS]

  millionaires in fact the situation is [TS]

  that what it is [TS]

  well maybe but what is a [TS]

  bargain-basement premier league soccer [TS]

  guy cost i don't know i mean there's [TS]

  this guy called Jamie body [TS]

  was playing at a club that is so low [TS]

  when he started playing for it it wasn't [TS]

  even in the league anymore and then he [TS]

  had a really good season for them and a [TS]

  talent scout identified him and I think [TS]

  they bought him for a million pounds [TS]

  this guy who's become the hero of the [TS]

  story and they say if they make a [TS]

  Hollywood movie about this he's gonna be [TS]

  the central character and the really [TS]

  good players in the Premier League but [TS]

  the top top layers 10 million is cheap [TS]

  and it goes up from there [TS]

  so look at you looking at a tenth of the [TS]

  price at least another guy who won like [TS]

  the MVP player of the season this guy [TS]

  called Marez I think he was bought for [TS]

  something like only 400,000 pounds from [TS]

  a French second division club and now [TS]

  he's been named the best player in all [TS]

  the premiership and he would now be [TS]

  worth i would guess 20 million pounds [TS]

  who say this is that they basically they [TS]

  got bargains and the team gel together [TS]

  and these guys just came of age [TS]

  thank you for the clarification because [TS]

  I just was another presenter because i [TS]

  just saw some people mentioning like I [TS]

  was a thai billionaire Peter russian [TS]

  billionaire like radio sold me a [TS]

  different story [TS]

  I i think that I mean that is true it is [TS]

  owned by a billionaire and he's a very [TS]

  rich guy this guy this time billion [TS]

  actually after the game uses the center [TS]

  circle of the soccer pitches helicopter [TS]

  pad sometimes and flies track say so [TS]

  he's a rich guy he is a ritual that are [TS]

  out there but he about he has not sunk a [TS]

  disproportionate amount of money like [TS]

  the owners of manchester city and [TS]

  chelsea they've just throwing the [TS]

  kitchen sink at it and basically said I [TS]

  don't care if i make a loss i want [TS]

  trophies this time billionaires like [TS]

  something owners of some other clubs who [TS]

  is a bit more rational about it because [TS]

  you never thought he could win it so it [TS]

  wasn't like he was throwing the kitchen [TS]

  sink at he just wanted them to survive [TS]

  and want to be an income source for him [TS]

  today ago we were discussing the 5,000 [TS]

  to one odds of this particular event [TS]

  occurring as many people wanted to point [TS]

  out those odds were 5,000 to one for [TS]

  this particular sports team occurring [TS]

  and so Brady you having an incredibly [TS]

  unlikely thing occur in the league in [TS]

  your lifetime is much more likely than [TS]

  it seems [TS]

  because of course there are many 5,000 [TS]

  to one events that are happening all the [TS]

  time not to diminish of course the [TS]

  amazingness of [TS]

  having seen this but we will slightly [TS]

  because of course we only notice the [TS]

  incredibly rare things that do happen to [TS]

  us so it's it's like this funny [TS]

  statistics of how rare events are more [TS]

  likely than again in humans would [TS]

  intuitively think they are because you [TS]

  can't possibly think of all of the rare [TS]

  events that don't occur [TS]

  yeah and I totally get that there's I'm [TS]

  sure [TS]

  bookmaker would give you odds on the [TS]

  Loch Ness monster wandering onto the [TS]

  field during one of the game but I do [TS]

  understand what these people say but [TS]

  this is like winning the league and of [TS]

  all the things you can bet on in the [TS]

  course of a league season yet winning [TS]

  the league is kind of the one thing that [TS]

  matters the most [TS]

  but I get what they're saying and yeah [TS]

  it's a fairytale and yeah and I [TS]

  understand the subjective joy of [TS]

  watching such as i may give you a hard [TS]

  time about this i am sympathetic to the [TS]

  fun that you must be having watching [TS]

  your sports games and also to win a [TS]

  league like lots and lots of unlikely [TS]

  things have to happen over the course of [TS]

  a season but but i think this whole [TS]

  thing just goes to show that even [TS]

  billionaires have their dreams come true [TS]

  sometimes I also just want to say thank [TS]

  you to all of the listeners from the [TS]

  last episode who have sympathized with [TS]

  my inability to clap along with the song [TS]

  starlight by muse it turns out i'm not [TS]

  alone even drummers have acknowledged [TS]

  that it's not the easiest thing in the [TS]

  world and some people have even explain [TS]

  to me how it works i know it's easy but [TS]

  it just goes you know 12 13 but the [TS]

  threes on the second thing of the fourth [TS]

  bar and when they start singing it [TS]

  switches to a 12 12 13 and and I'm like [TS]

  a nightmare but most people have said [TS]

  you're not alone and I've been watching [TS]

  footage of the song being played at [TS]

  concerts and saying most of the people [TS]

  in the audience of making it up as well [TS]

  so i think i've always thought it was [TS]

  just maybe it turns that no one knows [TS]

  how to do this thing [TS]

  did you have a listen did you have a try [TS]

  I I definitely give this song to listen [TS]

  at in no small part because it was [TS]

  editing it into the last show but then [TS]

  as I was a singer that all this is [TS]

  actually quite a catchy song and so I [TS]

  listened to a quite a few times and I [TS]

  got caught out by what I realize you [TS]

  were getting caught out by is like oh it [TS]

  sounds easy at first but it changes and [TS]

  it changes and it's hard to follow along [TS]

  with so I i would not be confident of [TS]

  my own ability to clap along with this [TS]

  and the people confidently telling you [TS]

  how to clap along those are music people [TS]

  right now who already have this whole [TS]

  vocabulary in their mind that simplifies [TS]

  down the project of what is occurring [TS]

  here [TS]

  yeah I tell you great music are really [TS]

  good and I've said it before the podcast [TS]

  and I say again I know you don't like [TS]

  going to live performances but see muse [TS]

  live people they are extraordinary not [TS]

  only they got lots of good songs but [TS]

  they just they perform them very well [TS]

  live [TS]

  I can't explain why I just don't get it [TS]

  just sounds like no one else they're [TS]

  really good see them live at glastonbury [TS]

  and clap along with Brady what else we [TS]

  got [TS]

  let's go to the listener photo thing all [TS]

  right here we go I can already hear gray [TS]

  sharpening his scissors people I feel if [TS]

  you're listening to this it's a miracle [TS]

  trust me people I am getting your [TS]

  messages i am getting your emails and [TS]

  you're listening photos and I often [TS]

  bring them up on the podcast and then [TS]

  when gray sends me that the rough draft [TS]

  for listen I'm like what happened to [TS]

  those listen photos and is always some [TS]

  story about the flow or basically he [TS]

  says they're just really boring so yeah [TS]

  I don't give you a story [TS]

  last time you said what happened to that [TS]

  section and i just wrote back it was [TS]

  born yeah because every story there is [TS]

  no story [TS]

  yeah I am NOT one for spinning in a [TS]

  labret ale to let you down gently about [TS]

  I cut his section it's like there's [TS]

  always one answer and the answer was [TS]

  boring to listen to i don't i don't know [TS]

  if I respect that I kind of wish you'd [TS]

  spend me an elaborate story but anyway [TS]

  I'll make up a story once are right it [TS]

  out and then i'll just copy paste it [TS]

  every time I got something I have a [TS]

  listener photo and this one sort of ties [TS]

  in with gambling and things like that so [TS]

  I think I've got a chance this time [TS]

  don't let me send you that came with a [TS]

  photo as well as always i really love [TS]

  when people send in photos proving that [TS]

  they listen to the podcast in the [TS]

  context they claim to be so open up this [TS]

  email from Michael and I can already [TS]

  hear like I can already hear the [TS]

  resistance in the Americas okay so [TS]

  listen listen somehow things people [TS]

  might be doing while listening to the [TS]

  hello Internet podcast corner [TS]

  devolved into Brady wants to describe [TS]

  verbally a photograph that somebody sent [TS]

  him corner [TS]

  yeah that's because that's recut let me [TS]

  let me talk let me talk you through the [TS]

  reason for this we're doing is a podcast [TS]

  wrap this is that this is an audio [TS]

  medium people cannot see the picture we [TS]

  are looking at sand is there so i am [TS]

  sure i am using words and the audio [TS]

  medium to convey to them this this thing [TS]

  so here's the picture okay you're [TS]

  sending with honor [TS]

  I message yet and if we if this has made [TS]

  it into the show this picture will [TS]

  probably be in the show notes so you can [TS]

  look at it you don't have to listen to [TS]

  us describe it but I know some of you [TS]

  are driving and some of your walking the [TS]

  dogs and some of you are doing the [TS]

  dishes and you might not be able to look [TS]

  at this picture so for that reason gray [TS]

  is about to describe it to all right [TS]

  this is a pretty cool looking picture [TS]

  here it's someone listening or playing [TS]

  hello internet on their iPad while [TS]

  gambling looks like they're in a casino [TS]

  and they have a huge pile of chips in [TS]

  front of them date let me read to you [TS]

  some of what Michael says in his email [TS]

  hello Brady I know you and cgpgrey enjoy [TS]

  hearing what listeners are doing when [TS]

  they're listening to hello Internet [TS]

  well I don't know where Michael get that [TS]

  idea from because great certainly [TS]

  doesn't enjoy it but i do enjoy it [TS]

  anyway [TS]

  you must be working his way through the [TS]

  archives yeah he's listening to the [TS]

  early stages when you used to leave [TS]

  these in michael says I'm a professional [TS]

  poker player who plays both live and [TS]

  online and I recall yeah and I do a [TS]

  majority of my listening to hello [TS]

  Internet while I'm in the casino at the [TS]

  poker table he says live poker [TS]

  tournaments can be very long and the [TS]

  larger tournaments take four or five [TS]

  days to complete with each day often [TS]

  involving more than 12 hours of play it [TS]

  is important to focus during a [TS]

  tournament [TS]

  however the long days can get growing [TS]

  very tiring or even boring at times i [TS]

  have found that listening to music while [TS]

  I play is distracting especially because [TS]

  the casinos often have their own music [TS]

  playing [TS]

  however listening to your podcast is [TS]

  perfect to keep me awake and entertained [TS]

  while keeping my mind active and helping [TS]

  me to stay focused and engaged at the [TS]

  table so Michael is listening to hello [TS]

  Internet while playing professional [TS]

  poker tournaments [TS]

  Michael goes on to say not every [TS]

  tournament is a success in fact the [TS]

  majority or not [TS]

  however the tournament in which i took [TS]

  this picture i wound up finishing in [TS]

  third place for nearly a hundred and [TS]

  thirty thousand dollars way he says I [TS]

  suppose a thank you is an order for [TS]

  providing such a great podcast which [TS]

  enables me to excel as I play poker [TS]

  I'll just say Michael you don't need to [TS]

  thank us you just need to support us on [TS]

  patreon you have this is there's a I [TS]

  think we could work out a royalty deal [TS]

  here [TS]

  I think that's a that my workout so [TS]

  zoomed in on the chips because the [TS]

  numbers were so big now that you say [TS]

  he's a professional poker player now it [TS]

  makes sense because i'm looking at these [TS]

  stacks of hundreds and five hundreds in [TS]

  terms of chips like that is a lot of [TS]

  money on the table there [TS]

  yeah that i'm looking at some of these [TS]

  ships might even be a thousand i don't [TS]

  know the colors off the top of my head [TS]

  but I was like is this some casino in [TS]

  Mexico like these are these pieces so i [TS]

  zoomed in and it's the borgata hotel in [TS]

  atlantic city new jersey so those are [TS]

  dollars those are a lot of dollars and [TS]

  another thing Marco did because I mean I [TS]

  have no idea if this is real or not we [TS]

  could be taken for a ride but mark did [TS]

  send in lots of evidence lots of links [TS]

  to his profiles and his CV and his his [TS]

  profile of different tournaments you've [TS]

  won a link to this tournament he's in [TS]

  showing the standing so i have done a [TS]

  bit of research and I'm feeling pretty [TS]

  confident this is the real deal this is [TS]

  fascinating to me though because as [TS]

  usual with this sort of thing I have a [TS]

  very hard time understanding how any [TS]

  human being can think while something is [TS]

  talking in their ear which I'm more and [TS]

  more convinced is related to the [TS]

  subpopulation thing that we talked about [TS]

  several podcast go like this is why this [TS]

  causes such a problem for me but for [TS]

  people who don't do it they're totally [TS]

  fine but it also occurs to me that i [TS]

  think we really are probably helping him [TS]

  win because if he's listening to the [TS]

  podcast this is going to put reverse [TS]

  tells on his facial expression of his [TS]

  face is reacting to what we're saying [TS]

  it's not reacting to the cards that are [TS]

  in front of him so I think it could be [TS]

  helping to throw off the other players [TS]

  so it's not just even to pass [TS]

  time I really do think that we're [TS]

  helping we're helping in a small way to [TS]

  win these rounds of Poker i think so i [TS]

  think he should at least flick one ship [TS]

  airway [TS]

  yeah yeah anyway thank you for that [TS]

  picture Marco I I'm feeling mildly [TS]

  confident this might make it into the [TS]

  show one of these days I want to relearn [TS]

  how to play poker I haven't played since [TS]

  I was a little kid I know it looks i [TS]

  love it i'll play poker with you already [TS]

  like poker is always nice to watch the [TS]

  tournament on TV all the time and also [TS]

  it's not us it's something I thought [TS]

  could be interesting because i think [TS]

  this game seems to exist like I believe [TS]

  professional players when they say that [TS]

  it is not just about the numbers that [TS]

  it's about playing an opponent and I [TS]

  think I can see how that could be the [TS]

  case but it looks interesting it's just [TS]

  something I've been really thinking I [TS]

  should really learn how to play that but [TS]

  maybe i'll be reading i will be playing [TS]

  poker at some point in the future and [TS]

  and you know what we could do we could [TS]

  avoid listening to add a second time so [TS]

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  grey I must ask I don't know if you do [TS]

  have you been following I should say our [TS]

  website the podcast postcards website [TS]

  which you have nothing whatsoever to do [TS]

  with i do it all but it's your website [TS]

  too because the postcards were sent to [TS]

  us say I just wanted to bring it up [TS]

  because i think the last couple of weeks [TS]

  it's been a rich vein of form and I [TS]

  think we've had some really good post [TS]

  cards for people who don't know we had [TS]

  this postcard vote at the end of last [TS]

  year we got sent thousands and thousands [TS]

  of postcards and every day I upload a [TS]

  new one to this site podcast postcards [TS]

  dot-com and just lately I just think [TS]

  there's some really good ones [TS]

  so if people have forgotten that exists [TS]

  or didn't know it existed [TS]

  now is a good time to check it out now [TS]

  it looks great I don't go there every [TS]

  day because when I prefer is what [TS]

  happens quite naturally that every once [TS]

  in awhile i remember it exists i can [TS]

  happen to be on Twitter when the better [TS]

  account posts or whatever and then when [TS]

  I remember it exists i go and i like to [TS]

  look at them in a big bunch i like there [TS]

  to be 22 small through and to take a [TS]

  look at all at once instead of getting [TS]

  them every single day on the day like a [TS]

  boxset you like to binge [TS]

  yes that's exactly right i like to binge [TS]

  podcast postcard i don't like it when [TS]

  they release one episode at a time when [TS]

  you have to wait until the next episode [TS]

  is no good era de again how far through [TS]

  these things do you think you are you [TS]

  have that big display box of postcards [TS]

  behind you [TS]

  I mean I made to get like five thousand [TS]

  suddenly we can have done more than a [TS]

  hundred a couple hundred so this is [TS]

  reminding me of like a calculus problem [TS]

  that I used to have to do in college [TS]

  where they do the thing about the [TS]

  dripping bucket where you have a bucket [TS]

  and there's water dripping out the [TS]

  bottom but there's some amount of [TS]

  that's pouring in the top how long does [TS]

  it take for the bucket to run out and so [TS]

  what I'm wondering is this website is [TS]

  dripping postcards out onto the internet [TS]

  every day but you're still getting some [TS]

  trickling in from people on occasion so [TS]

  what is the rate of flow in verses rate [TS]

  of flow out look like the rate of flow [TS]

  in has slowed a lot now I picked [TS]

  definitely not getting one a day so the [TS]

  bucket will emptying out okay [TS]

  ya might be many many years but the [TS]

  bucket will empty someday you can't give [TS]

  it up that baby you gotta stick with [TS]

  this [TS]

  well i don't know we'll see what happens [TS]

  but but hang in there if you've sent in [TS]

  a postcard and you're hoping to see it [TS]

  one day it still could be there still [TS]

  could be coming [TS]

  don't give up yeah like I totally love [TS]

  it and as always with the stuff i just [TS]

  love the the jokes and the references [TS]

  and the things that people do on the [TS]

  internet works so many of them have a [TS]

  clever joke thats related to the podcast [TS]

  or they pick a funny post card [TS]

  I'm just always impressed by what people [TS]

  can do I really love this tattoo in one [TS]

  that you put up on me the fourth and [TS]

  there's just so many really [TS]

  great-looking one's really quite like it [TS]

  so go check it out people all right now [TS]

  I really don't think that this podcast [TS]

  needs a bi weekly update on how the [TS]

  automated car industry is going [TS]

  however i did just want to mention one [TS]

  link that came across my path since we [TS]

  recorded last time and we were talking [TS]

  about navies and tipping and uber [TS]

  because there was just the most perfect [TS]

  link that combined everything together [TS]

  which is the story that uber has [TS]

  announced that they have been already [TS]

  testing their own self driving cars [TS]

  they're apparently retrofitting ford [TS]

  fusions or something but they've been [TS]

  testing their own self driving cars on [TS]

  the streets of Philadelphia and of [TS]

  course to me [TS]

  this sounds like a fantastic news [TS]

  because it gets rid of the problem of [TS]

  having to tip the drivers it's so Boober [TS]

  is moving in this direction i am very [TS]

  happy to hear that but the drivers are [TS]

  here's the thing you know i mentioned [TS]

  last time that in uber sometimes I [TS]

  practice socializing by talking to the [TS]

  drivers and one of the topics I i [TS]

  sometimes dance around and I don't [TS]

  really address directly but I often want [TS]

  to know with those drivers is this the [TS]

  long-term plan that do that you're going [TS]

  to drive the uber or do you have an [TS]

  alternate plan in the future [TS]

  sometimes I feel like should I bring up [TS]

  the automated car think should i should [TS]

  i see what this person thinks about it [TS]

  but I feel like it's never really a [TS]

  topic that I want to bring up with an [TS]

  uber driver when i am in an uber the [TS]

  drivers themselves can't possibly be [TS]

  happy about this news but as i said [TS]

  before the CEO of uber whose name i [TS]

  always forget he's always been really [TS]

  explicit about wanting self-driving cars [TS]

  and and you know whatever was months ago [TS]

  we made that announcement about like [TS]

  anyone who can sell me self-driving cars [TS]

  i will buy them and no one was so [TS]

  apparently they've just taken it into [TS]

  their own hands to do this themselves [TS]

  which to me this genuinely makes one of [TS]

  the most interesting pieces of [TS]

  self-driving car news in awhile because [TS]

  I think boobers really going to want to [TS]

  push this and I think they're they're [TS]

  gonna want to have it just super fast [TS]

  and I think when you look around at [TS]

  other things that could possibly happen [TS]

  like Tesla is not going to be [TS]

  manufacturing things in a large-scale [TS]

  necessarily anytime soon [TS]

  is Apple coming out with the [TS]

  self-driving car maybe maybe not so [TS]

  maybe Dubourg is going to actually be [TS]

  the surprise contender for the first [TS]

  company to get massive amounts of [TS]

  self-driving cars on the road before [TS]

  anybody else I don't think they will [TS]

  yeah why do you think that I could be [TS]

  wrong about this but I feel like it has [TS]

  a bad reputation they seen is quite [TS]

  bullish and they're quite precocious and [TS]

  there they like to sort of trampled and [TS]

  andrew Lee Boylen politicians and like [TS]

  that gets them only so far [TS]

  mhm I think they're gonna tread on too [TS]

  many toes and pissed off too many people [TS]

  and they're going to start hitting some [TS]

  resistance in different areas with [TS]

  authorities [TS]

  that's going to really hammer them [TS]

  they're like a budget airline that kind [TS]

  of really push and trample but they can [TS]

  only go so far until people start to say [TS]

  you guys just cocks so I think that's [TS]

  going to cause them problems and i think [TS]

  you know I I like uber and I user and I [TS]

  think there r quite forward thinking and [TS]

  I think they're they're here to stay but [TS]

  I think they're starting to venture into [TS]

  areas where you need a lot of financial [TS]

  clout a lot of political mouse and a [TS]

  really good reputation and really good [TS]

  relationships and I don't think from [TS]

  what I've seen over is not good at [TS]

  building relationships it's good at sort [TS]

  of leaning on people until they get [TS]

  their way [TS]

  if you click the link in the show notes [TS]

  have you seen the picture of what their [TS]

  self driving car looks like it's like a [TS]

  normal car with the sort of a huge [TS]

  contraption on the top right but looking [TS]

  at that car I think there's two [TS]

  interesting things about it that the [TS]

  first is it really looks like they have [TS]

  manufactured some kind of peace that [TS]

  they want to be able to just stick on [TS]

  top of cars like i imagine that that's [TS]

  just a modular component that they would [TS]

  love to be able to slap on top of a [TS]

  bazillion cars to try to get the system [TS]

  going [TS]

  but the other thing about it is when you [TS]

  talk about uber being this bullying [TS]

  company you are totally right and i [TS]

  often think as well was over the best [TS]

  name like everything about the branding [TS]

  of this company is kind of thick ish the [TS]

  name Boober it sounds to me like a [TS]

  conquering name and then I'm looking at [TS]

  this self-driving car and all I can [TS]

  think of is in comparison Google [TS]

  self-driving cars which they design [TS]

  their prototype ones are designed to be [TS]

  super cute so that people really like [TS]

  them but the uber car it looks like [TS]

  something out of Star Wars right it [TS]

  looks like anything that the Empire [TS]

  would be using as you survey the local [TS]

  population that modular thing that put [TS]

  on top brother looking like a bunch of [TS]

  cameras looks like a page launches yeah [TS]

  it looks like you are PG launchers it [TS]

  looks like you have an all-seeing eye [TS]

  and radar to listen to everybody it is [TS]

  the most unfriendly looking self-driving [TS]

  car i have yet seen obviously the very [TS]

  first ones were the Toyota previous [TS]

  which are kind of cute with their little [TS]

  cars they're non-threatening but this [TS]

  supercar it just it was one of the first [TS]

  thing that struck me as this is [TS]

  unintentionally perfect branding your [TS]

  name [TS]

  Boober [TS]

  with this evil looking car plus the way [TS]

  you run your business is like suddenly [TS]

  something clicked in my head of like I [TS]

  don't know this is the best way to go [TS]

  branding wise i don't know if you're [TS]

  gonna win a lot of friends with this one [TS]

  I really do mean that I i think this is [TS]

  a super interesting piece of news [TS]

  precisely because of whoever is and the [TS]

  way they go about things and will they [TS]

  be successful at this or is this the [TS]

  moment where they get a lot of pushback [TS]

  and that's that modular piece on top it [TS]

  really makes me wonder but I i think [TS]

  this is the most interesting piece of [TS]

  self-driving car news I've heard in [TS]

  maybe the last year i think this is [TS]

  fascinating i can't i can't wait to see [TS]

  where it goes but uber I know you just [TS]

  did a rebranding but maybe it's time to [TS]

  rebrand again like today we're always up [TS]

  for talking a bit flags and I saw a nail [TS]

  in gear flag in the wild who was someone [TS]

  else or in the wild and sent it to us [TS]

  that I was very excited by someone [TS]

  called unacceptable lemons the redder [TS]

  sent us a picture that they obviously [TS]

  screen grabbed off the live stream from [TS]

  coachella music festival and you see a [TS]

  big audience of people in front of a [TS]

  band playing and one lone member of the [TS]

  audience is holding a loft one normally [TS]

  there's a hundred flags of these [TS]

  concerts but there's just one leg being [TS]

  held aloft and is the mighty nail and [TS]

  gear I was so amazed that I assumed it [TS]

  was a fake have been photoshopped that [TS]

  I'm assured it's not apparently it's the [TS]

  real thing so someone has gone to this [TS]

  concert with thousands of people and [TS]

  they're just waving the nail and gear in [TS]

  front of the cameras and it's there like [TS]

  a beacon over the audience loved her [TS]

  looking at the picture i can tell it's [TS]

  real because of the pixels it's [TS]

  definitely this is there's no way it's [TS]

  photoshopped actually it looks awesome [TS]

  to see the flag out in the real world [TS]

  being waved around proudly yeah it looks [TS]

  great to see it in a big crowd of people [TS]

  to a that that's super fun and there's [TS]

  one other thing that someone sent me on [TS]

  twitter which I really liked I'll put it [TS]

  in the show notes its valve honest on [TS]

  Twitter and he posted how he flies the [TS]

  nail and gear when a new episode of the [TS]

  podcast is [TS]

  out and said he puts it up in front of [TS]

  his house whenever there's a new episode [TS]

  of hid dropping and I think that is [TS]

  fantastic i really like that i like the [TS]

  idea that somewhere in the world when a [TS]

  hello Internet episode goes live [TS]

  someone is putting up a flag to mark the [TS]

  moment but i do love that it's like how [TS]

  when the Queen's are backing and palace [TS]

  they fly her special flag above the [TS]

  building right now I think if you're [TS]

  listening to hello internet in your [TS]

  house you should be flying and i'm happy [TS]

  about your house just just for that [TS]

  two-hour period just for that two-hour [TS]

  period once you finish bring it down [TS]

  make sure it doesn't touch the ground [TS]

  folded up with a way to get out your [TS]

  flag handling gloves and the whole the [TS]

  whole routine [TS]

  speaking of flags though many many [TS]

  people have brought to our attention the [TS]

  Milwaukee situation so I guess we should [TS]

  talk about that briefly the City of [TS]

  Milwaukee famously has let's just say it [TS]

  has a terrible flag doesn't Milwaukee [TS]

  flag is famously sad-looking this seems [TS]

  very unofficial but it's almost become [TS]

  official i don't think this has been [TS]

  backed by any authorities or anyone with [TS]

  any power to change the flag but some [TS]

  person or group or something called the [TS]

  people's flag of Milwaukee have started [TS]

  their own design process and vote for a [TS]

  flag but they're very organized and they [TS]

  also trying to encourage people to lean [TS]

  on the counselors to change the flag [TS]

  based on their pole and the media is [TS]

  really picking up on it so while this is [TS]

  sort of a mature and it's not it's not [TS]

  the real deal [TS]

  it does seem to be a little bit beyond [TS]

  just a bunch of people in their kitchen [TS]

  that seems to have a little bit of [TS]

  momentum behind it and they have come up [TS]

  with a short list of flags that they [TS]

  think should replace the Milwaukee dog's [TS]

  breakfast flag and have you seen that [TS]

  shot is great but that's interesting [TS]

  because i had been a [TS]

  as you were inundated with lots of links [TS]

  to the Milwaukee flag stuff and I just [TS]

  assumed that it was an official thing [TS]

  from everything i had had briefly seen [TS]

  so it's interesting to know that it [TS]

  seems perfectly official but it was [TS]

  because it is so well I could be wrong [TS]

  1i correct me if I'm wrong but from what [TS]

  i can tell it just looks official [TS]

  but if you have a look at their official [TS]

  website they have a section where they [TS]

  list all the council sort of older paper [TS]

  and they're telling people let these [TS]

  people know that you support right [TS]

  active to adopt so it looks like maybe [TS]

  this hasn't got the official in [TS]

  Parramatta yet but it's getting its [TS]

  getting momentum so maybe it's a bit [TS]

  like a heart-stopper campaign while [TS]

  starbucks hasn't officially endorsed it [TS]

  everyone knows about it and it's [TS]

  inevitable that it's gonna happen right [TS]

  and then slowly rolling out [TS]

  yeah okay everybody was tweeting this [TS]

  but I am i i'm actually not a fan of [TS]

  this yeah i'm not sure if I was if I was [TS]

  more key i would want to change it i [TS]

  think this is one of these cases where [TS]

  your flag has become so famous for being [TS]

  bad that it is now its own thing right [TS]

  there are we talking Marilyn point here [TS]

  I no no and ok so Marilyn point is not [TS]

  what i was going to say because ok this [TS]

  is not so bad it's good there's there's [TS]

  something different about this the [TS]

  Milwaukee flag is it is fugly it's just [TS]

  awful [TS]

  it really really is it's it's terrible [TS]

  there's no way I can be like oh it's so [TS]

  bad it's good or it breaks every rule [TS]

  flag design and then make some new rules [TS]

  and bring them to you exactly it's [TS]

  terrible the closest thing I can think [TS]

  of is this is like on the national stage [TS]

  how the flag of nepal gets to be the one [TS]

  that's different how the flag of nepal [TS]

  has a different shape of course yet that [TS]

  flag is is a nicely designed flag it's [TS]

  very interesting of course I feel like [TS]

  the Milwaukee flag has reached the point [TS]

  where it gets to be the one hideous flag [TS]

  that we can go around and we can clean [TS]

  up all of the other flags and make them [TS]

  better and that would be nice and [TS]

  everything but I when I first heard [TS]

  about the Milwaukee referendum I thought [TS]

  no no i'm not in favor of this one I [TS]

  think I vote to stay with the current [TS]

  Milwaukee flag I think they should keep [TS]

  it the way it is because now [TS]

  this is the one that gets to be the [TS]

  example hideous ugly one [TS]

  but you know what anything we should [TS]

  even talk about those other candidates [TS]

  then those they're basically a bunch of [TS]

  flag flag rebel scum imposters with no [TS]

  official backing trying to bully out the [TS]

  chosen proper flag and they and even [TS]

  worthy of that time this episode of [TS]

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  show in the last episode this actually [TS]

  caused a lot more discussion than i [TS]

  expected i thought this would be one of [TS]

  the things [TS]

  that happens in the podcast and no one [TS]

  comments on you never know with the [TS]

  Indian going to latch on you never know [TS]

  this ended up being something that [TS]

  caused a lot of interesting people and [TS]

  this was the fact that Gray had not [TS]

  heard of Scott of the Antarctic Captain [TS]

  Scott Robert Falcon Scott who I thought [TS]

  was sort of a famous figures from [TS]

  history he was famously this guy that [TS]

  tried to get to the South Pole he lost [TS]

  the race to the Norwegians led by a [TS]

  Munson he got there just after them and [TS]

  then his tragic mission was beset by [TS]

  problems resulted in all these people [TS]

  dying including scott himself [TS]

  you don't have to retell the story ready [TS]

  everybody knows who he is everybody know [TS]

  everybody knows [TS]

  interestingly they and this is the thing [TS]

  that I think is most famous about this [TS]

  story Robert Scott and I didn't notice [TS]

  properly either but there's this famous [TS]

  story that they were there all freezing [TS]

  to death and starving in this Hut on the [TS]

  way back from the South pile one of the [TS]

  people in the team and I actually [TS]

  thought it was Scott you do this and I [TS]

  was wrong about this that was it wasn't [TS]

  it was another guy called oats he [TS]

  thought he was a real anchor he was [TS]

  holding them back he was a liability so [TS]

  he famously on with the howling wind [TS]

  outside he said to his teammates in the [TS]

  hut [TS]

  I'm going outside I maybe sometime and [TS]

  then he walked out to his death [TS]

  supposedly deliberately and that has [TS]

  become this iconic story of [TS]

  self-sacrifice English sort of stoic [TS]

  attitude it's a famous tale from history [TS]

  and that's also associated with Scott so [TS]

  a lot of people who don't even know who [TS]

  Scott is or coatsy's who said that or [TS]

  this mission [TS]

  a lot of people often know the saying [TS]

  i'm just going outside I maybe sometime [TS]

  because it's become this kind of famous [TS]

  saying when you're like when you're [TS]

  leaving you say that when you leave the [TS]

  house every morning [TS]

  turn turn into the dogs I i have i have [TS]

  heard people say i'm going to the toilet [TS]

  I maybe sometime and who better anyway [TS]

  people were outraged that Gray had not [TS]

  heard of Robert Scott I said I thought [TS]

  maybe he probably should have I thought [TS]

  everyone would agree with gray and say [TS]

  you know Scott's not very famous it [TS]

  turns out on the red loads and loads of [TS]

  people in the red it was saying of [TS]

  course should have heard of Scott is [TS]

  really famous and not that many people [TS]

  some did but not that many people [TS]

  said well I've never heard of Scott [TS]

  either yeah the overwhelming tide of [TS]

  comments was on your side on this one [TS]

  yeah I obviously don't read too much [TS]

  into that because someone is much more [TS]

  likely to go into read it and show off [TS]

  about what they know then admit their [TS]

  own ignorance yeah i think there's a [TS]

  little bit of self-selection bias there [TS]

  but i still think the general sentiment [TS]

  was on your side with this one although [TS]

  to be honest i mentioned something about [TS]

  it on Twitter later at night when all [TS]

  the Europeans and English people had [TS]

  gone to bed and all the Americans were [TS]

  awake and then I felt a lot more [TS]

  sympathy with your position so obviously [TS]

  it's obvious what's happening here [TS]

  it was Europeans who raced to the South [TS]

  Pole and had had their famous stories in [TS]

  America was left out of it so it's [TS]

  taught a lot more in preschools and it's [TS]

  just a lot more part of the European and [TS]

  especially British cultural heritage and [TS]

  an American light gray obviously never [TS]

  really heard much about it it's pretty [TS]

  obvious what's happened here isn't it [TS]

  well there is one clarification that I [TS]

  just want to make here because I was [TS]

  trying to make this point of the red but [TS]

  didn't come across clearly there's a bit [TS]

  of confusion here one of the things is [TS]

  is this notion of having never heard of [TS]

  the thing versus being able to remember [TS]

  the thing yet and so when you talk about [TS]

  this expedition [TS]

  I'm very very sure that i have never [TS]

  heard that line I'm going out and I may [TS]

  be a while i'm pretty sure i've never [TS]

  heard that but i have heard the story of [TS]

  Robert Scott and this failed expedition [TS]

  like when you describe it i know that i [TS]

  have heard this at some point so there's [TS]

  a there's a different thing here where [TS]

  people like I can't believe that this [TS]

  that like gray never came across this [TS]

  thing and so the answer is I don't know [TS]

  if this makes it way worse but it's like [TS]

  oh I've definitely come across this at [TS]

  some point it's just that I don't [TS]

  remember it like I would never be able [TS]

  to recall that in the context of tell me [TS]

  everything you know about Antarctica [TS]

  again that would never come up but you [TS]

  can recognize the thing that you have [TS]

  heard well anyway with this in mind I'm [TS]

  and gray and I also where it's been bit [TS]

  of a theme over the course of a podcast [TS]

  that it sometimes amusing to listeners [TS]

  and baffling to me how few things great [TS]

  has heard of that I think a famous or [TS]

  important or newsworthy that he's [TS]

  completely ignorant of so with that in [TS]

  mind [TS]

  partly for air own amusement and partly [TS]

  because we know that rivals the [TS]

  listeners up so much we're going to put [TS]

  grace ignorance to the test and it is [TS]

  genuinely amusing to both of us for [TS]

  different reasons because I'm always [TS]

  surprised and this happens just when [TS]

  we're talking to each other or even not [TS]

  doing the podcast i am always surprised [TS]

  the things that you expect that I will [TS]

  be aware of or heard of like why would [TS]

  you expect that I would know this like I [TS]

  can't imagine why so I find it [TS]

  entertaining as well as said that there [TS]

  that's why we're going ahead with we're [TS]

  going ahead with our so over the last [TS]

  error say well the out before the [TS]

  alphabet just happened i have put [TS]

  together a quiz i have put together ten [TS]

  sort of questions support and side [TS]

  sub-questions a very various areas of [TS]

  somewhere between general knowledge and [TS]

  trivia and I think there's a difference [TS]

  between general knowledge in trivia [TS]

  I've put together these ten questions [TS]

  and there are sort of points to be [TS]

  allocated and i'm going to run through [TS]

  it with gray and we're going to see how [TS]

  well he does now I want to make a few [TS]

  things clear before we do this the first [TS]

  thing is great and I really hope that [TS]

  you guys would do it to anyone who's [TS]

  listening [TS]

  we encourage you to take part as well [TS]

  and we'll make sure we go through at a [TS]

  pace and we'll explain it in a way that [TS]

  you can sort of keep score and do it as [TS]

  well so you might want to pause because [TS]

  sometimes you need some thinking time so [TS]

  have your thumb ready at the pause [TS]

  button if you decide to do this quiz [TS]

  yourself another thing I want to make [TS]

  clear is this is kind of like it's been [TS]

  a fun and I've deliberately put in some [TS]

  questions that I know gray we have no [TS]

  chance with a lot for their better [TS]

  halves make enough and i put in [TS]

  something I think you'll get you those [TS]

  are the ones that worried and also up it [TS]

  goes without saying that this is a very [TS]

  Brady quiz and it is very it is very [TS]

  biased towards areas that are of [TS]

  interest to me and I think that will [TS]

  cause no end of a nuisance to gray and I [TS]

  just want you to know I'm aware of it [TS]

  this is not some impartial kids from TV [TS]

  this is [TS]

  this is imbued with me so things that [TS]

  either i am knowledgeable about all [TS]

  things that I just find interesting so [TS]

  i'll put that on the table from the [TS]

  start now greater at no.10 questions [TS]

  each question has four points allocated [TS]

  in different ways god so there's 40 [TS]

  points to his boarding points up for [TS]

  grabs and I will also say and I've done [TS]

  this already i have already written down [TS]

  to score that I think gray will get out [TS]

  of 40 and i will be honest that whether [TS]

  or not i get it right or wrong [TS]

  I've written down what I think an [TS]

  average team should get maybe what I [TS]

  think is like a power school for someone [TS]

  who's you know knows probably about as [TS]

  much as I think they should know and i [TS]

  also have written down to score that i [TS]

  think i would have got if I was doing [TS]

  the quiz which obviously will be a bit [TS]

  higher because i made the quiz and it's [TS]

  a pretty quick but it's not perfect [TS]

  right there are questions i would not [TS]

  have gotten okay don't say the scores [TS]

  first i will not i would have because [TS]

  otherwise they'll be mentally [TS]

  calculating how well I'm doing here [TS]

  the only other point that i will just [TS]

  say quickly for anybody who wants to go [TS]

  along with us on this is that if you are [TS]

  playing along i highly recommend that [TS]

  you say the answer out loud because this [TS]

  is the thing that I notice is that [TS]

  behavior in myself and I've also noticed [TS]

  in many of my students that when you are [TS]

  doing a quiz in your head or if you are [TS]

  studying flash cards in your head if [TS]

  you're a student in school now it is [TS]

  really easy to trick yourself into [TS]

  thinking that you got the right answer [TS]

  when really in your head you were sort [TS]

  of deciding between two things and then [TS]

  you hear the correct thing and you go oh [TS]

  yeah that's what I was thinking we [TS]

  always say I would have gotten that if [TS]

  I'd given myself a few seconds more but [TS]

  i just want to keep listening so if you [TS]

  don't say it out loud in my opinion you [TS]

  haven't gotten up you you have to do [TS]

  that and that is also just a tip for any [TS]

  students studying with flashcards say it [TS]

  out loud if you're not saying it out [TS]

  loud you're not really doing it you're [TS]

  just playing a game with yourself do you [TS]

  want to know the categories because [TS]

  quite often on quiz shows like they show [TS]

  you all these categories first and then [TS]

  people start choosing categories and [TS]

  asking questions I always find that [TS]

  quite exciting or do you want to have no [TS]

  idea what's coming [TS]

  the categories are world leaders [TS]

  sport where would want to our God a [TS]

  famous us landmark Jesus music oh you [TS]

  gotta be kidding me really really 42 is [TS]

  a whole category i don't believe that [TS]

  that's one question mountains [TS]

  ok famous wives wives ok space [TS]

  ok websites have set up [TS]

  yeah and the final section that you [TS]

  can't have until the end is the bonus [TS]

  picture around so you can't have been [TS]

  his picture enter the end but you can [TS]

  choose your order [TS]

  do you want to take some pain earlier do [TS]

  you want to go with when you think [TS]

  you've got a chance with oh god I mean [TS]

  let's just get sport out of the way [TS]

  there is just alright why even used for [TS]

  let's do a sport [TS]

  okay here we get the first sport [TS]

  question and this is for one point out [TS]

  of the 441 point name one current major [TS]

  league baseball ER how on one person who [TS]

  is currently playing major-league [TS]

  baseball across all the teams that play [TS]

  Major League Baseball I got really [TS]

  excited because I thought you were going [TS]

  to ask me to name one team has like I'm [TS]

  gonna totally now that I wasn't gonna [TS]

  make it better like the New York Yankee [TS]

  have you ever been to an MLB game like a [TS]

  lot of Major League Baseball get i have [TS]

  been to a baseball game in Yankee [TS]

  Stadium once when i was when i was a kid [TS]

  my father took me to the game because he [TS]

  felt that this was part of his parental [TS]

  responsibilities and has a network of [TS]

  other things in New York Sun yes so we [TS]

  went to the game and my memory of it was [TS]

  we lasted something like four or five [TS]

  innings before we both agreed let's just [TS]

  go home [TS]

  this is so boring there's nothin jus [TS]

  label here neither of us are having a [TS]

  good time but we have accomplished this [TS]

  required activity as citizens of the [TS]

  Empire State and now we can leave first [TS]

  I respect so your dad's not baseball man [TS]

  obviously either he was just doing it [TS]

  because he thought that's what dads are [TS]

  supposed to do yeah that's exactly right [TS]

  it's like well I gotta take my son to a [TS]

  baseball game once you know we went [TS]

  there and eat a hotdog and add some soda [TS]

  and then went back home [TS]

  yeah they're at can you name one person [TS]

  who plays baseball at the moment i [TS]

  cannot i honestly cannot ok that's [TS]

  alright that's alright i didn't think [TS]

  you would to be honest and I definitely [TS]

  don't think you'll be able to do this [TS]

  one out of them [TS]

  ok this is the next the next question is [TS]

  if this doesn't have to be a current [TS]

  person but can you name one person in [TS]

  history who has played test cricket [TS]

  Brady again I thought you were gonna say [TS]

  baseball and I could say babe ruth but [TS]

  yeah that's why I made a current [TS]

  baseball intended you have a Babe Ruth [TS]

  about that and I didn't want to make it [TS]

  that you don't want to get anyone i was [TS]

  gonna say can you name any baseball ever [TS]

  other than overweight essentially we [TS]

  also carry wait a second wait a second I [TS]

  Jeff Jean you sneaky bastard [TS]

  there is cheating and yeah that is not [TS]

  shooting that is if that is not cheating [TS]

  on my friend my anyone has curricular [TS]

  you use social engineering together with [TS]

  a half for those who don't know who John [TS]

  is it is my username and a grey knows [TS]

  that I know my username is based on my [TS]

  all-time favorite curricular victory of [TS]

  it [TS]

  well done well done well done you can [TS]

  name a quick enough there we go boom [TS]

  headshot but who heard Jeff do you play [TS]

  cricket for dinner it was the Australian [TS]

  blacks numbers know he played for the [TS]

  West Indies but that doesn't matter you [TS]

  got your point [TS]

  alright and now the final sport question [TS]

  ok this is to do with the world cup of [TS]

  soccer [TS]

  alright okay there are five countries [TS]

  that have won the world cup of soccer [TS]

  more than one time they've won multiple [TS]

  times i will give you half a point for [TS]

  each one you can name up to 40 k 42 [TS]

  points you have to name for countries [TS]

  that have won the world cup of soccer [TS]

  multiple times and run around guess [TS]

  obviously strikes out one of your [TS]

  options so you must be at least four [TS]

  yeah I've got four shots here [TS]

  ok I'm going to say it has to be brazil [TS]

  brazil okay what's next what's next 16 [TS]

  the line over there is a great soccer [TS]

  player named pele who played for making [TS]

  like that the very fact that i know that [TS]

  it must be brazil brazil was one what's [TS]

  your next one I'm gonna guess Australia [TS]

  ok got Brazil Australia what's your next [TS]

  one I'm going to guess England and I'm [TS]

  getting less Germany those are going to [TS]

  be my for ok so Brazil is correct [TS]

  brazil of actually one of the most times [TS]

  i think that one at five times [TS]

  Australia is very incorrect ok Australia [TS]

  have never even got near the final event [TS]

  I was banking on there there is success [TS]

  for a capital at the Olympics for that [TS]

  one there [TS]

  I'm sorry England I'm afraid is [TS]

  incorrect they have won the World Cup [TS]

  but they're one of the three teams that [TS]

  have won only once [TS]

  mmm so-so England is incorrect and [TS]

  Germany is very correct [TS]

  I think Germany maybe if you include [TS]

  west germany maybe if one of four times [TS]

  ok and there the current holders of the [TS]

  world cup as well the germany won my [TS]

  guess was Germany because simply because [TS]

  I know it seems like England players [TS]

  really hate Germany so I figured Germany [TS]

  must be victorious more than England was [TS]

  my waiter on that one why was to be [TS]

  Germany that's my guess [TS]

  well great from a possible four points [TS]

  in the sports section you have taken to [TS]

  I think I did great there i'm pretty [TS]

  pleased so far [TS]

  nice work there you go there boding well [TS]

  for you yeah i'm feeling I'm feeling [TS]

  super confident so let's dive into music [TS]

  alright here we go to start with here [TS]

  the first three things i'm gonna i'm [TS]

  going to say to you [TS]

  lyric from the song and you need to tell [TS]

  me either the the person or the group of [TS]

  people who made this song lyric famous [TS]

  ok here's the first one [TS]

  can you sing it to me I want singer i [TS]

  should point out in points at the start [TS]

  i'm never going to try to trick you hear [TS]

  they're not going to be trick questions [TS]

  like you know pound of feathers and a [TS]

  pound of girls and stuff it's my idea is [TS]

  not to is not too tricky don't know [TS]

  that's why it's so i will attempt to [TS]

  read it in a way that doesn't obscure [TS]

  her unless you do recognize it [TS]

  here's the first one when I was younger [TS]

  so much younger than today I never [TS]

  needed anybody's help in any way do you [TS]

  know that line [TS]

  oh I'm not gonna I'm not gonna get it [TS]

  sounds familiar but i'm not going to get [TS]

  it [TS]

  yeah you want to let that one go I'm [TS]

  gonna let that one go [TS]

  ok that was the song helped by the [TS]

  beatles are dammit i had like John [TS]

  Lennon in my head but I was I was not [TS]

  going to get the beatles ok ok here's [TS]

  another one clicker don't forget me I [TS]

  big I'll remember you said sometimes it [TS]

  lasts in love but sometimes it hurts [TS]

  instead I have no idea no idea [TS]

  no that's from a song called someone [TS]

  like you by adele and a dell is very [TS]

  popular musician at the moment [TS]

  ok I i say that is that is unknown to me [TS]

  that's ok that's ok fair enough [TS]

  700 million hits on YouTube that song [TS]

  said do you mean that literally 700 [TS]

  million yes no that can't possibly be [TS]

  I'm afraid so don't don't by the way [TS]

  you're not to touch your right eye I was [TS]

  just like the 700 million just sounds [TS]

  way that sounds like a crazy number even [TS]

  for music that's like sigh no touching [TS]

  your keyboard obviously you could be [TS]

  googling all of this promotion you're [TS]

  not think you would hear it on my steam [TS]

  pair keyboard if I was mr. and besides [TS]

  what's the fun in that [TS]

  i am not the least bit of raid of [TS]

  looking like a total ignoramus honey [TS]

  internet so i have nothing to lose here [TS]

  do you know who Adele is a shade is that [TS]

  name not mean much to you that means [TS]

  nothing to me [TS]

  yeah okay here's another song work for [TS]

  you got a long list of ex-lovers they'll [TS]

  tell you I'm insane [TS]

  I [TS]

  got a blank space baby and I'll write [TS]

  your name [TS]

  it's just really weird hearing you say [TS]

  that just try to divide the units of the [TS]

  sorry they're heating you if you're [TS]

  feeling a bit confronted there yeah I'm [TS]

  feeling pretty confront I don't know I [TS]

  don't know there is a song cold blank [TS]

  space by taylor swift and if you thought [TS]

  700 million hits was impressive you'll [TS]

  be pleased to know that one has had 1.6 [TS]

  billion hits well least I Know Who [TS]

  taylor swift is yeah I can you know I [TS]

  can [TS]

  is it off of her album 1989 i think it [TS]

  is on that album here at least at least [TS]

  I know who she is [TS]

  I tell you up that's had 1.6 billion [TS]

  hits and I am not afraid to admit quite [TS]

  a portion of them have been for me I rap [TS]

  I really like that so tell us which is [TS]

  good [TS]

  now there's a quiz show called [TS]

  university challenge in the UK and [TS]

  whenever they have their music section [TS]

  they play pieces of music and i always [TS]

  get really excited and my wife gets [TS]

  really excited because we think maybe [TS]

  they're going to do something [TS]

  contemporary that we have a chance of [TS]

  knowing and 99 times out of a hundred [TS]

  they end up playing pieces of classical [TS]

  music so I thought it was only right [TS]

  that we have some classical music [TS]

  question but i'm not going to be as mean [TS]

  as playing your piece of classical music [TS]

  i'm just going to ask you the german [TS]

  composer Beethoven hmm what is his first [TS]

  name [TS]

  this is the same i'm sure there are a [TS]

  million Beethoven's people will be [TS]

  pedantic we you know the Beethoven I [TS]

  mean what's his first name [TS]

  ah haha that was there is it somewhere I [TS]

  have all these ridiculous things popping [TS]

  into my head that my way was like going [TS]

  to run with Gunther invited it's not [TS]

  Gunther good to bait a bit yeah great i [TS]

  love it's tough I know that I'm going to [TS]

  regret this but I'm gonna go with is it [TS]

  is it would think it is Ludwig Ludwig [TS]

  van Beethoven fall 10 well down [TS]

  oh man I feel free strip tremendous [TS]

  relief from that I [TS]

  ok alright we're down we're down say by [TS]

  not going with going to later guy with a [TS]

  friend Ludwig van Beethoven instead you [TS]

  have secured a point from the music [TS]

  section which is better than nothing [TS]

  well it's better than nothing no it [TS]

  wasn't my incredible victory in the [TS]

  sports section and I'll take it [TS]

  I'll take era what would you like next I [TS]

  don't you pick next Brady what do you [TS]

  think we should do next [TS]

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  let's go for something nice and simple [TS]

  huh [TS]

  let's go for world leaders ok so i just [TS]

  i just want you to name that the leaders [TS]

  of these countries there's the [TS]

  governmental leaders not like you know [TS]

  heads of state or things like that you [TS]

  know what I mean there's no tricks here [TS]

  just the most powerful politician in h [TS]

  of these countries right so if you say [TS]

  Canada you're not expecting me to say oh [TS]

  it's the Queen right that's your nap [TS]

  electric yes exactly so because the [TS]

  queen is the answer for so many players [TS]

  is that exactly [TS]

  so let's start with your home country [TS]

  the United States he was a president is [TS]

  barack obama correct the united kingdom [TS]

  it's a david cameron right [TS]

  germany angle Merkel correct and finally [TS]

  australia and because of the way [TS]

  politics works in australia i should say [TS]

  we're recording this on the twentieth of [TS]

  may 2016 you know this is one of those [TS]

  funny moments because I can see the face [TS]

  of the wrong answer right that the exact [TS]

  i cannot remember her name but I [TS]

  remember the female prime minister to [TS]

  Prime Minister's ago or maybe one prime [TS]

  minister ago I can see what she looks [TS]

  like in my mind I cannot think for the [TS]

  life of me though who the current prime [TS]

  minister is I have no idea he hasn't [TS]

  been in office very long so it's highly [TS]

  forgivable an election has just been [TS]

  called in Australia so who knows how [TS]

  much longer he'll be there for but his [TS]

  name is Malcolm Turnbull that was very [TS]

  hard question i'm i'm pretty sure i have [TS]

  never heard that name [TS]

  okay three points from the world leaders [TS]

  great well done i'm pretty happy with [TS]

  that i'm pretty happy with that little [TS]

  known fact that the Prime Minister of [TS]

  Australia has his office in the black [TS]

  stump [TS]

  no really there's very little known what [TS]

  would you like what section would you [TS]

  like next time let's get this over with [TS]

  and let's do mountain [TS]

  ok gray there are 14 mountains in the [TS]

  world that are over 8000 meters told [TS]

  they're called the 18,000 hours it's [TS]

  actually a bit of a hobby among serious [TS]

  Mountaineers to try and climb the model [TS]

  like being the first man to climb the [TS]

  wall became very famous you're the [TS]

  ultimate mountain if you've done all the [TS]

  all 14 eight-thousanders without oxygen [TS]

  without supplemental oxygen obviously [TS]

  you need to breathe oxygen or you die [TS]

  but but doing it without air tanks so [TS]

  there are 14 of these mountains that are [TS]

  over 8000 meters high [TS]

  i will give you one point for each one [TS]

  you can name up to four so if you can [TS]

  name any four of them you secure four [TS]

  points but you'll get one point for each [TS]

  one you can name [TS]

  ok so [TS]

  ok so [TS]

  do I have a limited number of gases here [TS]

  or it's just if I can you have four [TS]

  guesses you can't just start naming [TS]

  every mountain that comes into your head [TS]

  and this is 8000 meters above mean sea [TS]

  level there's no trees here again not [TS]

  I'm not going to name the big island of [TS]

  hawaii or whatever [TS]

  okay so obviously Everest so you're [TS]

  gonna go with everest yeah [TS]

  Mountains mountains Kilimanjaro [TS]

  Kilimanjaro ok i feel like i don't know [TS]

  if this is even right I feel like there [TS]

  is a mountain called k2 k2 ok one more [TS]

  Mount Fuji that's going to be my final [TS]

  one mount fuji ok so let's go through [TS]

  them [TS]

  man every student of obviously is the [TS]

  highest mountain on Earth so you get a [TS]

  point for them [TS]

  Kilimanjaro is is the highest point in [TS]

  Africa but it's quite some way below [TS]

  8,000 meters i don't know how tall it is [TS]

  but I think it's less than 6,000 going [TS]

  i'm not sure how tall it is but it's not [TS]

  much higher than Everest base camp from [TS]

  memory [TS]

  k 2 is the second highest mountain in [TS]

  the world and you are correct so there [TS]

  is a point for you okay to go ask you [TS]

  something is the name literally the [TS]

  letter K in the number two or is it is [TS]

  that a word like kaaay t.o.o would you [TS]

  like me to tell you why it's called Kato [TS]

  is there a k1 there was a k1 basically [TS]

  k2 is a mountain in the Karakoram range [TS]

  in Pakistan okay and before these [TS]

  mountains had names and they were just [TS]

  surviving them they just allocated [TS]

  numbers to the peak so karakoram one [TS]

  karakoram to that was k1 k2 k3 k4 and [TS]

  then when they got closer they started [TS]

  finding out the names of these mountains [TS]

  they would give them their proper names [TS]

  local names and boat names they came up [TS]

  with and there was no local name for [TS]

  kato because it was hard to say and it [TS]

  just kept its designation of k2 it just [TS]

  kept that label it was given temporarily [TS]

  when it was being mapped and the name [TS]

  has stuck so it is literally the letter [TS]

  K and the number two [TS]

  ok ok to interesting and Mount Fuji in [TS]

  Japan I don't know how high that is but [TS]

  it's definitely not okay i was just [TS]

  reaching for mountains that's the case [TS]

  it was like yeah like yeah whatever [TS]

  mountains that i know i have no idea [TS]

  i've seen pictures that look [TS]

  magnificent maybe it's really doll i [TS]

  think two is all anyone great who is not [TS]

  interested in mountains could reasonably [TS]

  be expected to get yeah what else do you [TS]

  think people would get after Everest [TS]

  kato ok I'll after that they're very [TS]

  very hard to name given to is our names [TS]

  give me some names i just want to see if [TS]

  I even recognize them [TS]

  the one you might recognize is an opener [TS]

  I've heard that I've heard there there's [TS]

  one called broad pake you may no one [TS]

  called lot see because lots is actually [TS]

  attached to my never sit right next to [TS]

  each other they touch i was i was trying [TS]

  to think that because I knew that [TS]

  Everest had some other peak that was on [TS]

  it that was also really tall but I just [TS]

  you know is there's no way I was gonna [TS]

  pull a name out but I knew that was a [TS]

  thing that is dead i definitely couldn't [TS]

  name all of them but i can name a few [TS]

  and let me call it see if i can find the [TS]

  list and tell you so I guess what I'm [TS]

  trying to think of is I must know [TS]

  Kilimanjaro because you said that's the [TS]

  tallest one in Africa right yeah it's a [TS]

  really iconic man it's also it's [TS]

  reasonably easy to climb so a lot of [TS]

  people climate for charity and stuff out [TS]

  so you know your friend your fellow [TS]

  teacher at your school could conceivably [TS]

  gun walk up with the charity group and [TS]

  raise money for cancer research and [TS]

  stuff so you know lots of people who [TS]

  climates ok so that that's why I know [TS]

  the name of that ok yeah so Everest kato [TS]

  kanga chunga just very hard to say it's [TS]

  also very near Mount Everest is the [TS]

  third highest mountain that was [TS]

  considered the highest mountain until [TS]

  they accurately measured Everest then [TS]

  Nazis that number for mac Alou Choi and [TS]

  then you start getting to some that are [TS]

  hard to pronounce Lana Turner gasherbrum [TS]

  broad peak cash from to so anyway there [TS]

  you go two points gray not bad [TS]

  well done thank you i appreciate that [TS]

  class you think you just mentioned you [TS]

  just mentioned being really easy to [TS]

  climb kilimanjaro relatively speaking [TS]

  yeah have you heard of a guy called whim [TS]

  half [TS]

  I don't think so who's that ok you have [TS]

  to have to look into this guy because I [TS]

  don't know if this is a real thing I've [TS]

  I've just heard this but apparently he's [TS]

  a guy who climbed Mount Everest in just [TS]

  his shorts without any of the actual [TS]

  equipment that is required to climb [TS]

  on Everest which to me only further [TS]

  diminishes the accomplishments of [TS]

  classic Matt forest like wait a minute [TS]

  can some dude climate in his shorts i [TS]

  feel like i have in this might be a [TS]

  thing that I'm just totally wrong about [TS]

  I haven't fully investigated but it's [TS]

  one of those things where I've suddenly [TS]

  heard this name from a bunch of [TS]

  different places associated with a guy [TS]

  who set a world record for climbing [TS]

  Everest without any climbing gear i'm [TS]

  looking at his wiki page and it says [TS]

  that he got partway up Everest and then [TS]

  had to turn back because of a foot [TS]

  injury [TS]

  it seems that this guy's gimmick is his [TS]

  ability to withstand cold but it looks [TS]

  like he didn't get to the summit of [TS]

  Everest he got to 22,000 feet 20,000 [TS]

  feet there with the whip Stewart's that [TS]

  sounds this still sounds pretty good [TS]

  yeah sounds like he is hard as nails and [TS]

  stupid as a box of hammers [TS]

  there we go ok all right ok so when i [TS]

  get i got one point you talk to points22 [TS]

  points [TS]

  okay great yeah what would you like next [TS]

  let's do space [TS]

  ok this is the one that I'm genuinely [TS]

  the most anxious about because i feel [TS]

  like this is the category that you [TS]

  probably think is it give me and then [TS]

  I'm probably going to get nothing and [TS]

  what this one's a bit different to it so [TS]

  it's a bit different to some of the [TS]

  others the task you have to do here who [TS]

  is I want you two to list the 10 largest [TS]

  bodies in the solar system 10 largest [TS]

  bodies in the solar system in descending [TS]

  order starting with the biggest going [TS]

  down to the tenth biggest you will get [TS]

  two points if your list is indeed in [TS]

  descending order and you will get two [TS]

  points if you're this is correct for a [TS]

  maximum of four so I want ten bodies [TS]

  from biggest to smallest and if they are [TS]

  indeed into sending order two points and [TS]

  if they are the actual biggest to the [TS]

  actual tenth biggest another two points [TS]

  that make sense [TS]

  ok so it's it's 10 in or air okay i got [TS]

  it right so that the whole list is right [TS]

  i'm getting two extra points yet [TS]

  okay well so this starts easy right it [TS]

  doesn't start it starts with the Sun ok [TS]

  and then we're going to go to Jupiter [TS]

  and Saturn em in that order but now [TS]

  but then this is where it gets radically [TS]

  more difficult very fast like as we've [TS]

  got Uranus or Uranus and Neptune next [TS]

  hmm but which is the bigger one [TS]

  hmm I are you saying them in your head [TS]

  what do they look like in your head [TS]

  these two planets Uranus intention [TS]

  they are because they are gas giants [TS]

  they are blue balls and they are just [TS]

  about the same size right like that [TS]

  that's how it is in my head [TS]

  this is ultimately going to have to be a [TS]

  guess okay i don't think i know which [TS]

  way which one is bigger than the other [TS]

  I'm gonna go with Neptune is larger than [TS]

  Uranus that that's like that's what I'm [TS]

  gonna go with ok so that's five so then [TS]

  it's going to be I think it's earth then [TS]

  Venus than Mars than mercury right I [TS]

  think that's the order I'm okay you need [TS]

  one more just one object more that 11 [TS]

  what one object more the reason i'm [TS]

  installing here is because I just want [TS]

  to say Pluto but there's some [TS]

  disagreement about what do you mean by [TS]

  larger when it comes to objects in the [TS]

  Kuiper belts in there there is another [TS]

  object which i believe is more massive [TS]

  than pluto in the Kuiper belts and is is [TS]

  larger across a single axes of [TS]

  measurement if i'm remembering my own [TS]

  Pluto video correctly like its larger [TS]

  but there's no there's an argument that [TS]

  can be made about maybe Pluto's larger [TS]

  because it's a larger this spherical [TS]

  object i'm just going to go with Pluto [TS]

  so we got sun jeep and a certain Neptune [TS]

  Uranus earth Venus Mars mercury Pluto [TS]

  yeah and and the parrot the parrot that [TS]

  I'm uncertain about are the two smaller [TS]

  gas giants and then that the Venus Earth [TS]

  pair is my new one okay I'm said to [TS]

  report you are not getting any point [TS]

  today with OJ you did get Neptune and [TS]

  Uranus the wrong way round [TS]

  ok Eunice is bigger oh I probably still [TS]

  would have given your point for that [TS]

  because you know that's forgivable but [TS]

  but then there was at because of other [TS]

  mistakes i'm gonna come [TS]

  a darkie I'm not gonna give you points [TS]

  no you know what hang on now I thought I [TS]

  take that back i'm going to give you one [TS]

  point I'm gonna give you one point but [TS]

  what am I getting 1.4 hear you're [TS]

  getting one point because like from high [TS]

  for high school and high school student [TS]

  back in the day before all the new [TS]

  discoveries in that you did get the [TS]

  planets in the right order except for [TS]

  Neptune and Uranus but here's the deal [TS]

  there are actually objects bigger than [TS]

  mercury and Pluto that you left out and [TS]

  they're both moons [TS]

  ah yeah so I think that was a bit tricky [TS]

  but I didn't make it clear was bodies I [TS]

  wasn't trying another iight yeah that is [TS]

  that totally falls into the category of [TS]

  borderline tricky but not actually are [TS]

  key that is i know i will give that to [TS]

  you as a valid was it like IO and Europa [TS]

  are those the two biggest moons i know [TS]

  we know that because then the nganimate [TS]

  enemy them the moon of Jupiter and [TS]

  tighten the moon of satin I both on the [TS]

  list so social so it should have been [TS]

  the Sun Jupiter satin Uranus Neptune [TS]

  earth Venus Mars gana made titan now [TS]

  that's good at a totally fair totally [TS]

  fair question I just in case in case [TS]

  anybody's disagreeing at that is not a [TS]

  trick question I think that's a good [TS]

  that's a good one so I've given you have [TS]

  been given you a generous one point [TS]

  there that goes against my rules but I [TS]

  think you deserve one point coming away [TS]

  with zero for that level of knowledge [TS]

  yeah i'm i'm not sure that i am not sure [TS]

  that I do deserve one point but you know [TS]

  you're the you're the marker here what [TS]

  would you like next what category would [TS]

  you like next [TS]

  alright another one I feel like let's [TS]

  just get it over with his World War two [TS]

  okay this is a little bit Brady look [TS]

  this but I apologize okay we're gonna [TS]

  talk about nuclear bombs dropped on [TS]

  Japan ok they were two of them for one [TS]

  point H what were the two cities that [TS]

  had nuclear bombs dropped on them at the [TS]

  underworld water okay [TS]

  hersham and Nagasaki correct and correct [TS]

  ok now [TS]

  for another two points you can give me [TS]

  either of these four pieces of [TS]

  information any to pieces [TS]

  ok the nicknames of either of the two [TS]

  bombs that were dropped all the planes [TS]

  that dropped them [TS]

  ok so it is the bombs were fat man and [TS]

  little boy and I can only remember one [TS]

  of the planes it was the Enola Gay [TS]

  that's that's as close as I'm gonna get [TS]

  that's correct and the other plane was [TS]

  boxcar do you know what you know which [TS]

  bomb was dropped on which city i know i [TS]

  don't actually as I sort of presume that [TS]

  that fat man was her oshima but I don't [TS]

  know if that's correct [TS]

  you actually gave me more information [TS]

  than was required because you got both [TS]

  bombs and you also got the plane that's [TS]

  interesting about the plane though [TS]

  because I think I never knew that there [TS]

  was a second plane think when you see [TS]

  that say that name with bockscar was [TS]

  that the name of the other plane [TS]

  yeah it but it spoke be 0 cks car [TS]

  usually as one word not but not boxcar [TS]

  with an ex like on a train but it was a [TS]

  it was a pan because the guy who first [TS]

  captain the plane so name was box [TS]

  Leo cks I didn't know this off the top [TS]

  of my head i was reading about earlier i [TS]

  knew i knew the name box car but I [TS]

  didn't know how it got the name so it's [TS]

  just it was just a pan on the captain of [TS]

  the planes name to create puns making [TS]

  their way even to nuclear holocaust [TS]

  something but but gray that's a that's a [TS]

  shiny four points maximum four points [TS]

  but I feel like it pretty well there you [TS]

  did very well looking at my scores here [TS]

  I think I'm doing much better than I [TS]

  anticipated on this Brady quiz so far [TS]

  he's a super bonus question what was the [TS]

  third japanese city that was in the mix [TS]

  for getting bombed got lucky because of [TS]

  weather and things like that [TS]

  oh this is in the category of i will [TS]

  recognize it when i hear but I will [TS]

  never be able to remember it i would I [TS]

  wouldn't get this it was khakhra yeah [TS]

  they dodged a very big bullets his face [TS]

  yeah no joke yeah [TS]

  all right nice work right nice work and [TS]

  aid [TS]

  ok let's do the next one listen let's do [TS]

  famous us landmarks [TS]

  okay this is just one famous us landmark [TS]

  ok have you been to a gray this these [TS]

  questions are Mount Rushmore [TS]

  yes i have been to Mount Rushmore are [TS]

  asking about in a minute because i'm [TS]

  really curious [TS]

  let's get the questions out the way [TS]

  first then okay in what state is Mount [TS]

  Rushmore for one point its South Dakota [TS]

  and I want to hear the four faces carved [TS]

  into our for half a point h and then one [TS]

  point if you get them in the correct or [TS]

  are now haha you kidding me in the [TS]

  correct order and when I say correct [TS]

  order I mean from left to right as they [TS]

  appear if you're looking at the mountain [TS]

  sort of you know front on from the [TS]

  famous viewpoint you can think out there [TS]

  to get the names first if you want and [TS]

  then rearrange the order before you lock [TS]

  in your order right it's like that the [TS]

  thing is it's it starts with Washington [TS]

  right but then it's it's the two it's [TS]

  the two guys in the middle that's the [TS]

  problem [TS]

  Washington's on the left and I think [TS]

  Lincoln's on the right Teddy Roosevelt [TS]

  is one of them in the middle but the the [TS]

  fourth president is odd ball one [TS]

  I don't is it ok I'm gonna make us i'm [TS]

  going to make a safe guess here and good [TS]

  missing president is Jefferson my brain [TS]

  keeps telling me for some reason that [TS]

  it's Monroe that there's like an oddball [TS]

  one in Rushmore but I'm gonna I'm gonna [TS]

  play it safe and go with Jefferson and [TS]

  what's your order [TS]

  ok so it's Washington the one that I'm [TS]

  uncertain about his next to Washington [TS]

  so I think it's Washington Jefferson [TS]

  Roosevelt thinkin I think that's what is [TS]

  four-points gray hollow points for that [TS]

  section that is the most that is the [TS]

  most trivia of trivia [TS]

  haha fantastic what's it like going that [TS]

  I've always wanted to go and see it is a [TS]

  is a more or less impressive than you [TS]

  thought it was going to be [TS]

  I'm glad you picked this one because I [TS]

  I always use this monument as an example [TS]

  of doing an American road trip [TS]

  yeah because it is in some sense the [TS]

  most Road trippy of road trip things [TS]

  that I have experience because if you do [TS]

  an American road trip as i always say [TS]

  there's only one correct direction which [TS]

  is you start on the East Coast and you [TS]

  go to the west coast [TS]

  that is the only acceptable way to drive [TS]

  coast-to-coast is the much more [TS]

  enjoyable way you will you will love it [TS]

  that way [TS]

  what ok so the reason that direction [TS]

  works is because if if you start you [TS]

  start in New York or Boston or something [TS]

  you are starting in a very densely [TS]

  populated area and as you drive west the [TS]

  population slowly thins out but it takes [TS]

  a while to actually thin out if you're [TS]

  starting a new york and you get to [TS]

  Kentucky even Indiana it's still [TS]

  relatively suburbia like it starts to [TS]

  feel a little world but there's a very [TS]

  slow population gradient down so yeah in [TS]

  the first place [TS]

  it's almost getting used to doing long [TS]

  driving trips while there's still [TS]

  civilization at every single moment but [TS]

  after you get past Kentucky it suddenly [TS]

  turns into the heartland where there's [TS]

  just big big stretches of nothing that [TS]

  to me is the most difficult and the most [TS]

  enjoyable part of the trip but the key [TS]

  thing about going east to west is that [TS]

  while when you are going over this huge [TS]

  stretch of of nothing when you're [TS]

  getting to the west coast the population [TS]

  gradient spikes up all of a sudden and [TS]

  so subjective experience is always like [TS]

  you have crossed this unimaginably vast [TS]

  plain of nothingness [TS]

  sorry everybody who lives in the middle [TS]

  of America right and then all of a [TS]

  sudden you have landed back in [TS]

  Civilization like it it feels like boom [TS]

  oh I'm in San Francisco all of a sudden [TS]

  or oh I've suddenly made it to Las Vegas [TS]

  if that's where you want your ending [TS]

  point to be its I think that experience [TS]

  is the more enjoyable experience that's [TS]

  a better way to do it than the reverse [TS]

  way where you're suddenly out in the [TS]

  desert and then slowly civilization [TS]

  creeps back on you in this way that you [TS]

  don't really notice i think it's harder [TS]

  to appreciate the other way [TS]

  having done up there ways that Russia [TS]

  was a lot but so this is key [TS]

  p for understanding Mount Rushmore when [TS]

  you go to Mount Rushmore to get there if [TS]

  you are driving east to west you have [TS]

  driven across two states worth of corn [TS]

  before Mount Rushmore and there is [TS]

  essentially nothing to see along this [TS]

  path there's a couple of interesting [TS]

  roadside attractions but it's just it's [TS]

  just bearing it's just nothing Mount [TS]

  Rushmore is in the middle of so much [TS]

  know where it's almost hard to [TS]

  understand if you're coming from the [TS]

  east and so when you arrive at Mount [TS]

  Rushmore in many ways there's not [TS]

  actually a whole lot to see it when it's [TS]

  a huge statue in the mountain [TS]

  basically but I remember arriving there [TS]

  and almost feeling like this bizarre [TS]

  holy experience like i have traveled [TS]

  through the corn for many days and now i [TS]

  am here at this destination and I just I [TS]

  have this very strong memory of just [TS]

  walking around Mount Rushmore it in the [TS]

  silence and looking at the mountain and [TS]

  this is the like if if that mountain was [TS]

  just outside of New York it would hold [TS]

  my attention for maybe 30 seconds [TS]

  frightened after this experience of [TS]

  nothing this it's like I am really glad [TS]

  to be here [TS]

  I really appreciate this stimulation for [TS]

  my brain so if anyone's ever going to [TS]

  visit Mount Rushmore don't fly in and [TS]

  see it i think you have to drive to it [TS]

  across a big expanse otherwise you won't [TS]

  appreciate it you know great i give [TS]

  people the exact same advice about [TS]

  asrock olaru in Australia if you've just [TS]

  fly in and see it so that it's pretty [TS]

  amazing but if you drive for two days [TS]

  from Adelaide say you've just pure and [TS]

  unadulterated flatness and then you see [TS]

  this incredible rock that just rises out [TS]

  of nowhere [TS]

  it's like it's so much more amazing it [TS]

  so much more like other night I don't [TS]

  use a word like spiritual it seems so [TS]

  much more sacred or special or it seems [TS]

  so much more amazing that it exists [TS]

  there when you've seen all that comes [TS]

  before so it sounds like it sounds like [TS]

  quite similar tale yeah does it doesn't [TS]

  seem big gray or does that same are [TS]

  that's smaller than I thought because [TS]

  when you see in that TV show is quite [TS]

  often and [TS]

  movies if they seem like these huge [TS]

  faces that you just can't get your head [TS]

  around how could they could make [TS]

  something so big but occasionally you [TS]

  see photos over on the internet and from [TS]

  different angles from the air and you go [TS]

  actually it looks a bit pissy when you [TS]

  see it from that angle it looks a bit [TS]

  small [TS]

  here's what I'll say it's not stunningly [TS]

  large it is extremely well framed so [TS]

  that the way they have it set up for the [TS]

  viewing platform and the whole park that [TS]

  is around it it is very well framed from [TS]

  every angle so i think a photograph of [TS]

  it when you look at you go it looks kind [TS]

  of small [TS]

  it'sit's you're not experiencing what it [TS]

  feels like to stand there and to look at [TS]

  it to stand there and to look at it is a [TS]

  different experience because it it looks [TS]

  nice the way they have it setup attach [TS]

  my house like that to the Taj Mahal they [TS]

  they spring on you in a nice way [TS]

  probably the the most surprising thing [TS]

  that you don't see in most of the photos [TS]

  is that all of the the rubble that they [TS]

  cleared to make the faces is still just [TS]

  in front of the mountain [TS]

  yeah I i have seen that I'm a little bit [TS]

  surprised but again it works when you're [TS]

  there but I i didn't know that until I [TS]

  arrived I thought haha it's the job is [TS]

  like you guys didn't clean up after you [TS]

  made your faces in the mountain [TS]

  yeah alright got a few more sections to [TS]

  go what would you like next let's do [TS]

  websites because I'm also a little bit [TS]

  nervous about what websites could [TS]

  possibly be and I think this is another [TS]

  give me space that I might get wrong so [TS]

  lets the two websites and then wives [TS]

  no I don't think they give me is but [TS]

  they're different they're certainly in [TS]

  your wheelhouse [TS]

  ok so YouTube you heard that site how [TS]

  many a it was it was founded by three [TS]

  former employees of paypal can you name [TS]

  one of them any any of the three no okay [TS]

  i can name 0 of the three [TS]

  can you tell me the year that the first [TS]

  video was uploaded to YouTube [TS]

  oh it's a good one [TS]

  hmm i am going to guess I think the [TS]

  10-year anniversary was last year so i'm [TS]

  going to say was 2006 was the first year [TS]

  you're going with 2006 i'm going with [TS]

  2006 if I'm wrong I'm wrong by a year to [TS]

  know more [TS]

  that's my guess yeah you are run by it [TS]

  was 2005 haha ok but last year's 2015 so [TS]

  if the anniversary was last year why [TS]

  didn't you say 2005 know because i just [TS]

  did some math wrong in my head that's [TS]

  why I'm already living in 2017 and [TS]

  living in the future [TS]

  yeah I'm sorry you didn't get that point [TS]

  you had all the information you had on a [TS]

  plate and you stumbled at last I'm very [TS]

  sorry [TS]

  you kind of got that but I can't give [TS]

  you the man I don't get more for that if [TS]

  you do that it doesn't matter it doesn't [TS]

  matter [TS]

  can you name either of red its founders [TS]

  i am just blanking on his first name for [TS]

  a second it is alexis ohanian that is a [TS]

  point my friend [TS]

  there we go i think the other guys first [TS]

  name was Steve it wasn't a ensure that [TS]

  it was indeed it was Steve Huffman well [TS]

  don't half man/half course of course [TS]

  well I would not expect a person in the [TS]

  street to know that but I thought your [TS]

  chance [TS]

  that's a real one in a thousand people [TS]

  will know that one yeah but that was a [TS]

  little one for you and and lastly what [TS]

  university did Mark Zuckerberg famously [TS]

  attend all right and I'm just going with [TS]

  the statistical guess here because the [TS]

  it's the feeder for all of the startups [TS]

  i'm gonna guess Stanford there is an [TS]

  educated guess but it's incorrect that [TS]

  what that was probably a smart guess if [TS]

  you didn't know that I don't know it was [TS]

  Harvard yeah I have no idea that one [TS]

  that which is a total guess anyway one [TS]

  point but they were hard questions [TS]

  alright and now the one that is also [TS]

  going to be interesting to see what [TS]

  Brady has in this one it is famous wives [TS]

  ice our penultimate category if I've [TS]

  been tracking my points right know we've [TS]

  we've got we've still got movies we've [TS]

  got movies famous wives and then we've [TS]

  got the bonus picture around I mr. [TS]

  movies okay so we're at the triangle [TS]

  ultimate [TS]

  category better favorite famous wives [TS]

  and then we'll do movies so i'll name [TS]

  someone you tell me the wife [TS]

  ok Barrack Obama Michelle Obama Prince [TS]

  Philip the Duke of Edinburgh this is [TS]

  this is one of those ones where i'm like [TS]

  wait a minute is there some kind of [TS]

  trick here because that's like I just [TS]

  misremembering this but i just want to [TS]

  say the Queen correct sometimes with [TS]

  these titles and like am I just messing [TS]

  up with the Duke of Edinburgh is and [TS]

  he's tricking me but ok now ok ok ok ok [TS]

  Brad Pitt is he's still married to [TS]

  angelina jolie I don't know they still [TS]

  Brangelina or did they get divorced [TS]

  I thought they got divorced I i'm gonna [TS]

  guess angelina jolie because I just [TS]

  don't know anybody else correct [TS]

  oh hey I'm glad they're still married i [TS]

  guess and lastly david beckham Posh [TS]

  Spice victoria beckham great for a 4424 [TS]

  famous wives [TS]

  well done so great now we have movies [TS]

  ok movies now for movies your challenge [TS]

  maybe we need to put time on this one [TS]

  not i want to create pressure but if you [TS]

  take long enough you will get this and I [TS]

  don't want to go forever [TS]

  let's go for two minutes and if that [TS]

  turns out to not be Pharaoh i'll change [TS]

  my mind if I feel you're going at a fair [TS]

  clip i'll let you go so your challenges [TS]

  i want you to name for half a point h [TS]

  eight movies that were directed by [TS]

  steven spielberg so go ahead was ok [TS]

  Close Encounters of the Third Kind [TS]

  writing these down [TS]

  yeah et em he co-directed the end there [TS]

  can be multiple no multiple movies from [TS]

  like one franchise as well by the way he [TS]

  co-directed the last Indiana Jones movie [TS]

  which is the crystal skull one I believe [TS]

  yeah he directed you picked up a I after [TS]

  Kubrick abandoned it [TS]

  yeah he did the other Indiana Jones [TS]

  movies but then that's it that's a very [TS]

  sexy that title right of course how god [TS]

  i feel like i'm doing terrible on this [TS]

  you know it's popping into my head [TS]

  well I was a kid I said I haven't [TS]

  thought of this in 25 years by know in [TS]

  grade school I had to do some report on [TS]

  Steven Spielberg alright i'm suddenly [TS]

  remembering the grade-school me did a [TS]

  report on Steven Spielberg but adult me [TS]

  is trying to reach back into and the [TS]

  only thing i could pull out of it with [TS]

  that I thought it was cool at the time [TS]

  that he had a pinball machine in his [TS]

  office or something like that and my god [TS]

  thanks a lot of grade school and helping [TS]

  out [TS]

  no come on no fudging for time here [TS]

  great this it's let's get some more out [TS]

  there i'm going to give you a small [TS]

  extension but i think he perfected war [TS]

  of the worlds with tom cruise right but [TS]

  I feel I'm I'm just totally missing his [TS]

  famous movies I couldn't even feel it [TS]

  yes pressure pressure you've said you've [TS]

  got someone who's this [TS]

  John's steven spielberg's do Charles I [TS]

  don't know you want that on the list at [TS]

  six on the up-and-up sort of class i'm [TS]

  gonna throw it out there is a second [TS]

  order i'll give you 20 more seconds to [TS]

  name two more [TS]

  steven spielberg get back to the future [TS]

  I'm and I'm just totally reaching as the [TS]

  clock is running out [TS]

  uh-huh alright I don't know yeah you [TS]

  gotta call i'm here i'm gonna call I'm [TS]

  going to call the hand you were you what [TS]

  you will kick yourself because you [TS]

  obviously don't know today's but that's [TS]

  okay but that's what this is like this [TS]

  this is this i think the whole thing [TS]

  about quizzes rise what can you recall [TS]

  just like sure right yeah and I need not [TS]

  even just under pressure i think the [TS]

  whole idea of recalling something just [TS]

  on the spot is it's a different kind of [TS]

  thing than just knowing about stuff in [TS]

  general so I this is this is what I feel [TS]

  like I'm going to regret this [TS]

  more than any of the questions we've [TS]

  done so far yeah i think so i take his [TS]

  own and those days anyway you got close [TS]

  encounters correct 80 correct Crystal [TS]

  Skull III war of the worlds and jaws are [TS]

  all correct [TS]

  he didn't write back to the future that [TS]

  you have to make us yeah that was [TS]

  waiting I was just reaching but I think [TS]

  he may be involved in the product [TS]

  somebody said they didn't direct it so [TS]

  you've got six you've got six there for [TS]

  a total of three points so I'm gonna [TS]

  give you three points let's let's name [TS]

  name some famous one jewel of course was [TS]

  his first and catch me if you can the [TS]

  color purple empire of the sun a hook [TS]

  might not minority report should have [TS]

  known her [TS]

  ok Linc Lincoln Jurassic Park our man [TS]

  saving private ryan Schindler's List [TS]

  haha haha yeah anyway anyway I and under [TS]

  pressure under pressure i think three [TS]

  was still pretty good [TS]

  oh man i cannot believe that I forgot [TS]

  Jurassic Park I saw a drastic park that [TS]

  has got to be the most times i have ever [TS]

  seen a movie in the theater in my whole [TS]

  life [TS]

  o mater mater unlike the baseball game [TS]

  which was incredibly unsuccessful the [TS]

  summer of the Jurassic Park release with [TS]

  your father and I don't think that it [TS]

  would be like this quantity x just keep [TS]

  watching jurassic park i don't think [TS]

  i've ever been is excited by movie [TS]

  trailer as I was by that teaser where [TS]

  they show the am but with the [TS]

  state-owned and then and then I also [TS]

  have never had a film meet my [TS]

  expectations from the trailer as much as [TS]

  Jurassic Park god I love that film [TS]

  yeah i'm going to agree i feel like [TS]

  Jurassic Park in the theater at that [TS]

  time was the the the apex of movie [TS]

  experiencing that I will ever have in my [TS]

  whole life of high expectations [TS]

  expectations met a fun movie like at the [TS]

  right age never get tired of it was just [TS]

  like on every single market was just [TS]

  that was the that summer was the [TS]

  absolute peak in my whole life of movie [TS]

  theater watching experience without you [TS]

  know what I i agree with you i [TS]

  completely agree with you i'm going to [TS]

  controversial Issei one that is just [TS]

  behind but one that I also think was a [TS]

  real theater experience that I went to [TS]

  multiple times and and and people are [TS]

  gonna let me saying this but Titanic as [TS]

  well i was so impressed by their at the [TS]

  cinema like I just watching it on a big [TS]

  screen i was like wow [TS]

  this is incredible filmmaking and just [TS]

  look so amazing because they remade the [TS]

  ship and it was so big and so I wouldn't [TS]

  say that a lot of times as well but [TS]

  Jurassic Park my number one I reckon I [TS]

  saw that five times [TS]

  Jessica cinema Titanic is one of those [TS]

  movies that I i wonder i feel like i [TS]

  never gave that movie a fair shake [TS]

  because i was i was just at the wrong [TS]

  age for it and I just remember sitting [TS]

  in the theater on a date and feeling [TS]

  that this was the longest movie I had [TS]

  ever seen [TS]

  ok that was it was just the reverse of [TS]

  everything I i'm willing to grant that [TS]

  if I saw Titanic again or even if I had [TS]

  just seen it a couple of years later I [TS]

  would be much more receptive to it then [TS]

  I was a time limit for me that was like [TS]

  the anti Jurassic Park it was just [TS]

  everything was at the wrong moment for [TS]

  that one [TS]

  have you watched the plane cut review of [TS]

  Titanic I must I must have I don't [TS]

  remember off the top of my head but I [TS]

  must have at some point I think that's a [TS]

  really fair review because obviously [TS]

  thought he was going to absolutely tear [TS]

  it to pieces the way he styles break was [TS]

  and he does tear it to pieces and he [TS]

  criticizes and I can't disagree with any [TS]

  of the criticisms but also you come away [TS]

  from that thinking he acknowledges that [TS]

  for what it is it's a great piece of [TS]

  filmmaking line it did all the things [TS]

  that was supposed to do to be a film [TS]

  that people would enjoy and I i took a [TS]

  hook line and sinker [TS]

  I loved it but I still I still enjoy [TS]

  watching it still enjoy watching it with [TS]

  we have one more round gray this is the [TS]

  bonus picture around so you're going to [TS]

  die message with his picture around okay [TS]

  current picture and so for people who [TS]

  have been stuck with us and they're [TS]

  doing this will have these pictures [TS]

  somehow in the show notes in a way that [TS]

  great devices that he sees fit [TS]

  this is a smart boy will link to them [TS]

  that's what we'll do [TS]

  oh well we bother lady that will link to [TS]

  them you'll be unsurprised to hear that [TS]

  this round is dedicated to flags [TS]

  oh god okay pressures are i'm going to [TS]

  send you four flags here comes here [TS]

  comes the first one number one obviously [TS]

  I just want to know what this is the [TS]

  flag for yeah of course [TS]

  all right Brady has sent me a flag [TS]

  orange on the top it's green on the [TS]

  bottom it's white in the middle and [TS]

  there's a wagon wheel in the center this [TS]

  is the flag of India [TS]

  correct becomes this is what I might not [TS]

  be so confident for the next one but [TS]

  like I've got this one here comes number [TS]

  two [TS]

  okay what do you got what he's saying [TS]

  okay we so we have it's the it's the [TS]

  American flag with the is not actually [TS]

  the American flag but it looks like it [TS]

  and it has the single star in the corner [TS]

  instead of a field of stars and the [TS]

  thing is I always I know I always kind [TS]

  of mess this up and I feel like this is [TS]

  the flag of two places but I want to go [TS]

  with liberia as the as this flag or [TS]

  possibly puerto rico Liberia is correct [TS]

  okay you okay here comes number three [TS]

  like the Puerto Rican flag is similar i [TS]

  can't remember if it's something like [TS]

  that number 3 coming your way [TS]

  it's the English flag and it has a it [TS]

  has a sword in the corner and what sort [TS]

  of thoughts are percolating around your [TS]

  head [TS]

  ok so this is one of those moments where [TS]

  I'm I'm worried that I'm overthinking [TS]

  thing what I'm suddenly getting confused [TS]

  by is thinking city of london right but [TS]

  what I'm thinking of is his City of [TS]

  London has the dragon crest that they [TS]

  use on everything and what I'm suddenly [TS]

  less sure of is is this is this [TS]

  gibraltar or is this city of london like [TS]

  in city of london is the dragon and [TS]

  Gibraltar is this one but maybe your [TS]

  brother has a different 10 gibraltar no [TS]

  of course not [TS]

  gibraltar has the I think it's the [TS]

  castle in the key that's their flag so [TS]

  I'm going with City of London but i'm [TS]

  going to feel really stupid if the City [TS]

  of London one is a dragon and i'm just [TS]

  messing this up in the corner not the [TS]

  not the sword so you've landed in my [TS]

  final answer correct haha thank God ok [TS]

  101 if this is an evidence to people [TS]

  that when I do videos i forget [TS]

  everything that video is immediately [TS]

  after I don't know what else is is the [TS]

  final one [TS]

  okay final one I have never seen this [TS]

  flag before so what we're looking at [TS]

  here is a purple back [TS]

  ground there is a circle with six spokes [TS]

  coming off of it and there's a little [TS]

  mini white circle on in the center of it [TS]

  I i have never seen this before I have [TS]

  no idea [TS]

  you know what just before we after I'd [TS]

  made this quiz and had put this together [TS]

  I I quickly went on to read it because I [TS]

  was just gonna check the reddit comments [TS]

  before the show and unbelievably this [TS]

  flag was on my frontpage because it's [TS]

  the top it's the top talking subject at [TS]

  the moment on vexillology uh I couldn't [TS]

  believe I there are no grades gonna see [TS]

  it and it's going to be in his head and [TS]

  say you obviously haven't checked credit [TS]

  today because I i have not been on [TS]

  reddit today now so i'll remember Curtis [TS]

  is if only i had been on read more i [TS]

  would have gotten to the point what was [TS]

  the flag of I thought there was a chance [TS]

  you would know it because I this is this [TS]

  is from a upper back as a cross but this [TS]

  is a this is a flag from a collection of [TS]

  flags or from a country whose flags you [TS]

  have a lot of time for this one of the [TS]

  Japanese brief Richard flags it is a [TS]

  Japanese flag I don't know if it's in [TS]

  Prefecture it's actually the flag for [TS]

  the city of Tokyo [TS]

  Oh what do you think of as a flag i'm [TS]

  not a huge fan of the purple color but [TS]

  that is just my own personal bias I I [TS]

  don't like the color purple in general [TS]

  yeah purple is the child that red and [TS]

  blue should not have together it's it's [TS]

  it's an unfortunate color I just don't [TS]

  like it but I I genuinely feel like this [TS]

  is something with the wiring in my brain [TS]

  that doesn't like purple so that that is [TS]

  not objective i'll say that I like it [TS]

  but as far as Japanese flags go i feel [TS]

  like i've seen a lot better than this [TS]

  yeah and it's a it's a little i will say [TS]

  the thing that you normally say about [TS]

  flags that I like which is it's a little [TS]

  logo e I feel like it makes sense as the [TS]

  flag of Tokyo but it's it's a little bit [TS]

  logo when I when I looked at it like my [TS]

  gut reaction was this has to be the flag [TS]

  for some kind of faction in a video game [TS]

  that era that was my thought like oh [TS]

  there's some team video game for which [TS]

  this is the flag [TS]

  that was that was kind of my gut [TS]

  reaction what do you think of it what do [TS]

  you think of it [TS]

  yeah and it doesn't it doesn't look [TS]

  ancient which I would have thought the [TS]

  turkey flag might look more ancient [TS]

  maybe because of the purple as it is a [TS]

  purpose of some royal Association [TS]

  although I don't think Tokyo has a great [TS]

  roar of association in ancient times but [TS]

  anyway that would be my guess though is [TS]

  it's it's a it's a royal association i [TS]

  imagine that this is one of those [TS]

  examples of this is a flag that looks [TS]

  better with the other flags that it goes [TS]

  along with ya know that that's partly [TS]

  why I'm a little bit hesitant here is I [TS]

  imagine this could look quite good on a [TS]

  wall with all of the other Japanese city [TS]

  flags but on its on its own it's not [TS]

  perhaps my my absolute favorite but [TS]

  again I'm I'm acknowledging some [TS]

  personal bias there so let's recap [TS]

  everyone i'm going to go through this in [TS]

  the order that i read the categories in [TS]

  the world leaders that the australian [TS]

  Prime Minister was great only failure [TS]

  and he scored three points as sport [TS]

  people jeff john out of the bag with [TS]

  some social engineering and scored two [TS]

  points world water four points with [TS]

  brilliant knowledge of the nuclear [TS]

  bombings of Japan Mount Rushmore put [TS]

  another four points in the bag [TS]

  music was bit of a failure but going to [TS]

  Beethoven saved the day and we had one [TS]

  point mountains two points thanks to [TS]

  kato famous wives stellar four out of [TS]

  four knows all knows all the Hollywood [TS]

  wives as well as the politicians and [TS]

  royalty [TS]

  steven spielberg films the pressure the [TS]

  pressure mounted he still came away with [TS]

  a respectable 3-space I gave him a [TS]

  generous one point after he did for the [TS]

  little trick involving the moon's yeah [TS]

  generous one gender & and Uranus and [TS]

  Neptune was benefit debacle websites [TS]

  only one point but they were very hard [TS]

  questions and the picture around a very [TS]

  respectable three as you would expect [TS]

  for a flag expert for a total score of [TS]

  if i've added up correctly 28 out of 40 [TS]

  before you say anything about what [TS]

  you're expected scores were yet i [TS]

  already feel like slumdog millionaire as [TS]

  far as this quiz [TS]

  concern suspected i feel like i got some [TS]

  incredibly just lucky coincidences with [TS]

  answers [TS]

  yeah there were just a bunch of things I [TS]

  feel like it were not for random [TS]

  circumstances in my life I would not [TS]

  know including one thing that i will [TS]

  have cut out in the show because it has [TS]

  to remain confidential and [TS]

  behind-the-scenes but yes i have i have [TS]

  some unexpected connections to these [TS]

  answers so I am feeling great because I [TS]

  genuinely expected i might walk into a [TS]

  brady general knowledge stroke trivia [TS]

  quiz and walk out with 0 points like I [TS]

  fully expected i could walk out with [TS]

  nothing from this i don't think i think [TS]

  i would have filed in my job as [TS]

  quizmaster if i put together a quiz in [TS]

  which he scored zero i would have been [TS]

  happy with the a quiz in which i think [TS]

  the average person would get about half [TS]

  right now from I would have been happy [TS]

  with that so before we did the quiz i [TS]

  went through this and I predicted what I [TS]

  thought you would get em I i predicted [TS]

  what I think I would have gotten [TS]

  although I am I am guilty of the not [TS]

  saying it out loud thing and right maybe [TS]

  I should dr. viewpoints and I made the [TS]

  quiz and it's all stuff i'm interested [TS]

  in so what I would have got probably not [TS]

  that relevant and i also made a [TS]

  prediction of what I think what I think [TS]

  an average team should get so let me [TS]

  tell you what those numbers were [TS]

  remembering that greater scored 28 out [TS]

  of a possible 40mm i thought i would [TS]

  have scored this is not remaining four [TS]

  but i think i would have scored 33 and a [TS]

  half out of 40 i think an average team [TS]

  when I went through it and made little [TS]

  notes i think an average team so if [TS]

  you're listening and you did it [TS]

  I think 19 is a school you should be [TS]

  happy with 919 would be a solid score [TS]

  anything above 19 I think you've done [TS]

  pretty well who I predicted that gray [TS]

  would score 23 and a half food and he [TS]

  scored 28 so so he exceeded my predicted [TS]

  score by four and a half points [TS]

  yeah but that's but that's pretty bang [TS]

  on 4 4 gasps of what I got I think that [TS]

  that that counters I don't great i don't [TS]

  agree i think i get back up again what [TS]

  counts is closer with the guys [TS]

  I really that's pretty good i agree with [TS]

  you I think you've slumdog millionaire [TS]

  I think I think I think you've nailed it [TS]

  i'm really impressed i take it all back [TS]

  about you being in your little shell [TS]

  over you you are the quizmaster I'm [TS]

  really I'm really impressed i'm really [TS]

  impressed I am genuinely surprised that [TS]

  I got as many right as i did [TS]

  yes so but this was this was a this was [TS]

  interesting this is this was interesting [TS]

  i think it's interesting to see what [TS]

  questions you picked I think it's at [TS]

  that was fun to see what what you [TS]

  thought our are questions that you think [TS]

  I might know or questions that you just [TS]

  like to ask so I yeah I i quite like [TS]

  this experience and I i am particularly [TS]

  looking forward to seeing in the reddit [TS]

  how people who played along in the [TS]

  audience how they did i'd love to hear [TS]

  people's results [TS]