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Episode 18 · 1 year ago

Nicole MacCorquodale - Episode 17

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Nicole, Hamish's Mum, joins Hamish for an interview about sport, entertainment and the arts as well as some general hypotheticals about the family.

ICHES, I welcome back to episode seventeen ofthe Honabale podcast. Today, I'm doing another interview with one of my familymembers, I'm joined by my mom, the COL welcome back thanks for having me homeyour second appearance on the show. So it's not ithing. I didn't you think youwere going to get a call up again. Yeah wasn't sure now you're not stuck inreserve grade so similar to the inteviews. I did withCampbell and Locklan just going to start with a bit of sport, but as it isa sports podcast, but we'll move on to some general ones as well later in onthe interview, because I don't know if I would have enough questions in termsof sport for you to cover an hours or now the similar toCampbell like athlate compared to us you're, not the biggest sports fan, butthen compared to every other, like middle aged mom, that's Tuch, fair middle ihstarting on,I think that's. I think you definitely follow sport heavily compared to likeyour colleagues, if you don yes, yes, probably agree with that yeah likethere's, not many MOMS who would be screaming at their TV at sport. I don'tthink raising my voice frequently. Do thatprobably more at our sport than I'm in in encouragement, not not rage but um, so we'll just get astraight into it. So did you have a Sportyyou like childhood? What sportsdid you play growing up? I actually did one of my pasttimes. I was involved in physical in escapeme. It's escaped me: myt physical culture,okay, e's. What I used to do it sort of like a blend of, I would say it's ablend of ballet gymnastics and hat sort of movement. Weit SAS,like aerobics sord of its movements put together bymusic, and you also sort of Yo bit of marching and it' sort, O Istis. It's still. It's still a thing. It'sstill a thing now like they have physical culture, clubs called Shilii, so yeah, it's sort of a blend ofcheerleading gymnastic, ballet. All that sort of stuff floor exercisesput to music. All that sort of Jatla you did that I actually did that fromabout. I actually did that from about five tofive years of age to seventeen, so I didn't. I did it for a big part of mylife and I'm jes home that would have been more popular back in the day. Yeahyou used to have like now sort of like a thing called Cot. Calicenics is quite popular and that sort ofsimilar and you sort of ha the had competitionswhere you could go into competitions like by yourself or you could be partof a team and if you're, a part of a team like you had, your timing had tobe sort of a bit like synchronize swimming timing had to be elite, yeah and yeah, and you used to yeah. Thehardos were interesting back in the day...

...it used to have a high tolerance ofgetting your hair pulled and teased into tight little curls, so yeah I usedto enjoy nippole yeah butyou're, pretty tall for female yeah, definitely above averageand heart, but I used to enjoy probably natball as an older team in my is really not as a young girlyeah and what position did you quit go shoot? Her is thatthat's a position yeah used tolike Gol Tteck, because at least you got to run around a bit, but I used toget sort of depending on what Tam Youre in I used to get yeah loaded with Liky,goldkeeper and gold fence, not my fames yea and then softball at school was another one usedo be couold, catcher facemask, the grill so yeah. So that was good. Ididn't mind didn't mind: softall. Did you do swimming? Ah, yes, atallyswimming family doswim. Yes, we were into swimming training. So, actually,that's probably why I didn't do you know the nebll and most sort ofpopular team sports as a young girl, because we did swimming training yeahvery heavily into that as a family. My brothers and my 'm no really sure if myyounger ister got to it because we might have finished up by them, butdefinitely my brothers and I did swimming training and swimming rices and mates Friday,nights and stuff like that. So that was a huge thing, so yeah wel well out of those ones. What whatwas your favorite to play? Oh since then, have you playe any other sportsore. Not really like you mentioned you play nipple abit old, remember used to play nepple and Bruspen with a few other. LadiesYeah, and I play O cout, I played it in townsfall as well and e touch footy.You know, Yeah Dad and I did play touch in Calgoli Nix touch what they play O.No. This is nothing just dawn. O me: Why do they touch in Calgolie? Out ofall the places you've lived, THAT'S RANDOMTA! THAT'S THE PLACE! You MiGtouch yeah. I don't know because it's obviously in Wa, which is afl notnecessarly, true, that, oh, you can't really play like six acide Il really.No, we played touch now e got avicted by Dad's lack of composure really in you know reminding himself to like pull upbefore you actually touched a person you didn't Wat. Did He decante PopAhyeah? You tried to he tried to pretend it didn't, but you know we youand I both know s. That would have been the case, but- and we also we alsodabbled in Oh- I do forget- I do forget. Actuallyin Tomorraw wher, we used to no not touch.We were across als, volleybalmish volleyball. Yes, we did. We did wichsports really, and that was that was more the professional end aboutvolleyball career because we actually did start beach volleyball in townswill back in the day and the we moved Oun Australi. When we moved to Tomorraw,we played indoor mixed volleyball, yeah yeah, and that was pretty good dap andI dix you with a few spots. Yeah. It was good, was good and never dire.Never do never was silly enough to dive for the ball and then I also Campbell he was sayinghe chose to do soccer over volleyball Fein school sport here, buthe regretted his decision. However,volleyball hurts his hands yeah, it is...

...yeah, it is yeah it can. It can actually hurt you hant.Do Your Hers Well Sate You Min to us like your Riis toving yeah, no care filyeah it can. It can yeah, but also in my religion tomorrow. I did because it,you know very limited, very limited place in activities andthings like that and you know you live in a small country town and you justmake the best of situations I a did play. This might be controversial and yes, I don't play it now- has gotnothing to do with your middle age comment because I was a young whip, asnipper back then, but did start to learn. Alo Lawn Bowls had a few friendsthat I used to work with at the hospital yeah and played Lon Bowls, and that actually wasquite fun. You down at the club. I actually thinkI had a few drinks. Actually Rickan lawn balls is one of those sports wherethey could, if they, I don't know how they do it, but I feel like everyone'sinterested in lawn bolls, but it's like no one wants to do it because you justsee the clubs with like eight year olds so that if they, I know they're tryingt do like barefoot balls on Friday, nuhs and stuff like that. But I feellike that's one of those sports, even golf as well. Like I know, a lot ofyoung men are into golf but feel like there's ways. They could appeal to a wide audience. I tink ifthey loosened up the yeah, the attire rule, the God golf as a lot of thingsthey could, and I reckon you' get a lot of people in playing those sorts ofsports yeah. I've never golfe like the most judgy sport, because it's actuallyfun once you're out there, but it's like especially dad by and like this as well,like you worried about the people behind you catching up, you're worriedabout waiting for the people in front of you like it's not actually. For me,it's not a pleasant sport like if you played, maybe with another person, youwere actually good and you were just smoking it. So you didn't have to worryabout that. Maybe that'd be Al Right, but Um is, I feel like. Is it maybe becauseyou're older now and like all the other adults, I know kind of older because,like theyre, my mats parents and stuff, but is playing like volleyball withyour partner and touch and stuff like that normal thing, or was it morebecause you lived in country towns? What playing with your partner yeah?Like, I don't think of know anyone any like adults or like couples that playSport Yeah? I think I Hini think it was moral or is that an like? Is that atrend? That's gone out Chekin. I think it. No! No! I think itprobably still happens, but probably you don't play play Sports with yourpartner as you get older yeah, unless it's and and unless it's like, maybewhen you retire or you' getting closer to that age. Things like golf andlonbolls and stuff like that, because a lot of couples do do that, a that more ACI, yeah tennis, but moreactive things is probably more like Yeah Twetis, your twenty sort of thing thatyou do, that sort of thing, yeah, yeah and definitely ther places that youknow the smaller places that were lived highlighted and before you have sort ofkids and stuff, like that highlighted participation in that sort of thing.Yeah WHATC, our out of all those sportsyou've mentioned what was your favorite to play like? What do you have the mostfond or do don't really play swimming? Do what was your favorite like? What doyou have the fondest memories of doing noanimal? I also started to learn howto play goalf from Eligion Orange Dad,...

...and I did like a bit of an introduction,took off court to a golf as well. Yeah DAB was not well liked by the Bu,the instructor because he didn't choose TIL Hes, no, most out time like by anyinstructor in any field, but it was good fun. I don't know I'd actually have to sayLon. Bowls was actually pretty good because it's very social yeah and it's and you know you've still got tha. Yougot the competitiveness of it, but it's like you know you lo, like backloeahave a chat playing like volleyball yeah. I love a chat. Volleyball likewas good used to enjoy that, but yeah, probably what Wer you best Ar Yeah youactually like pretty decentspor, probably best at nepple yeah I'd have to say probably not that I wasreally any gum did play basketball as well. Back in the day, Pi of have reOlympics, probably actually orange a little bit. I played that played thatwith carly crump friendline, who lived there at the same time as well.But isn't she like yeah? We, I don't know, I think I wulddesperate absoutely es I she's playing orange o yeah, don't think it's Notbel!No and if she's a gun you know she can cover me as well yeah, so she was allover it but but yeah. Yes, what's your favorite to watchnowadays to watch you like a lot of SportsRighti League? I do like a lot of sports, a the CROOCKED MES and I liketennis as well WHA watching a bit of tennis. I, like the event of tennis like whenwe go, stray and open. I, like the the whole the day thing the whole yeah loveit so m yeah. I love the Avebeithe, like I love tennis, so much but like Idon't even actually care that much for the technical sport. If you know whatmean nine I like, when the points on like yeah, I'm watching it an liketrying to see if he's like playing well and stuff but yeah, I just love the structure of the event yeah. Now thatis the way you can go and like being Campbell. When we went, we saw likefifteen matches on SOM yeah yeah I do do. I do go that good arms yeah, it is so is o if Tereit to watchor do you prefer to be honest, feel like tigers would beup there, but it's probably Oy ther aersiting olymore of a dangerous experience in the South Yeah. It's been water bottleslike harts good. If you could be guaranted your win yeah, you know, go the like harts good, greatatmospher. You know those suburban grounds are greatbecause you just feel all tem part of the Pawlerhol vibe, not a soul or sort ofgrand stand, sort of atmosphere, yea that you have thesedays, but Um yeah, probably a gould, a good, a good game of West Tigers atLihart Day out ot, Australian, open yeah isthere? Is there any? This is a tough one to think on the spot, but is therelike any specific match or event you've been to that sticks out like just across your wholelife is anything that you look back in you like. Oh, that was a cool day, orthat was a great match or something I really do. Remember: Inm breese Pimwhen we went and saw the rol...

...the final yeah, the final yeah Thatwas,my number one sport yeah yeah. I really do remember that Yo remember that dayand you were just at the end. You were just high fiving. Anyone around you,yeah and just everyone was getting around everybody yeah. That was great. I did enjoy that probably state of origin. Last year,yeah and Sydney you just punched on that was pretty good, but Iaccidentally flick Danny Moren's, eare and didn't ever realize it n that youeven went flying down a few rows, but I wasn't in that moment about the earing.I was in Theloen an the news as well, because, if RESPEC so t that was pretty good, the look onlock's face was priceless. That was, that was a moment. Yes, that was thatwas great, really good. What about sports that we play? Well? What's your favorite sport towatch wearin like I know you probably don't care about the actuals portyou're more interested in seeing how we do, but you prefer watching soccer crickets bitof lock playing a bit of Rocbeunion no rack league down. I did not ante. I didnot Enjonno Atoenou. No, I se O body population nob play Ruepro, I'd,probably say ID probably say cricket. I enjoyed themost like. I really because I because youguys were so heavily into a you know, had the opportunity to to score and stuff at canimals andgames and that sort of really made me learn and appreciate the game that youguys love so much, and I sort of can really understand and yeah appreciate the game for what it is.But I do obviously love watching you guys. You know out there but yeah yeah. Now I do actually love.I love nothing better than a nice sunny day rocking up to watch a cricket gamefor the day in the Sun joying the outdoors, it's Fairo SA, I thinkwatching cricket and Brisban was a bit more pleasant, thamount of short, colddays. You get here if you could play any sportprofessionally. This is money. Put aside, you get the same amount of money,no matter what sport you choose. What sport would you play? Whayo just say: Dont, no IA wasn't Fukyou tr Ito. If you could play any sport professionally, what would you choose,but the money is not a fact also because oithe monyis not a factor yetlike you get paid saying, because otherwise you obviously hol pick likeafl ward, really compared to soccer or something. Oh, it's a hard man. I mean as a woman, I would have to say I'd probably have to say something. Like tennis yeah, I thinkjust thin tos its a lot more established a lot more competitions. That's true! If, if I was a male, my answer pro couldpossibly be cricket yeah, because I do like a team. SportEai do like that, Camraderie that you get with the team sport, but the women,but the women's...

...cricket is not up and established as much as yeah menat the moment, so yeah yeah, I'd, probably say similar.Another thing with Tenis like the way they like two of the world, yeah prettyearly like it's a hefty schedule and stuff. But where is a forket or like if you playTe Sport again, I real Plat Yo, get to onlly, see like three cities, yeah onecountry so and with the tennis. I suppose, because it is such a hugeschedule, you can pick and choose a bit yeah like if you're a good player youcan take like a month or two off in betweenthe big tournaments final sport question. What who not? What who isyour favorite sportsman of all part? It can be someone who plays right now orcan be someone who's, retired or dead. You've stumpd me there E it's a toughone. I don't even know or you can give me one for a couplesports that you'll enjoy you whodo you enjoy watching play, but formyself yeah well, I do enjoy watching the Baif.You ask ninety percent of the world right now. What this question everyinewould be like Michael Jordan yeah, especially I watchn AAST dance I'say. I don't know I don't know what wasyours actually, no idea like because Luk said like Look Brooks or like Lea MT, messy or Michael Jordan,nothink ther locks, three for me: It'd probably have to be like Benji orsomething benje Marshall. Just because he's just a cool dude play for theTigers. My whole life pretty much yeah a lot of cricketers. I love, though,like Michael Hussy, Michael Clark, so yeah it's a very tough question. It is a Hauh question. It's a hard. It is a hard question. I probably I probably lean towards maybe more of the singular sports,because it's O Liney of the tens eys yeah. I enjoy watching a couple of thetennis players, because you know you get to really watch themor, as in a chame sport, it's a little bit harder, jus sort of yeah. You knowCaus, maybe the person that you like to watch you know, like you, know, theyre,possibly put in better positions or their surrounded by players thatactually allow hem to shine a bit yeah curbis, probably one of my favoritesports people, Yeah Sheis stal. I used to really enjoy watching lightand hewityeah, I have to say actually I used to enjoy. I actually say that Shuans Iactually used to enjoy watching his passion. Yeah and just you know, yeahhe's infectious yeah and he's like you know fight. You know his fightmentality, tbut, yeah, yeah, yeah, the A to same Australian Bala, even thoughhe was like rigng number one yeah right. So That's enough to sport. Youcan take a breath now I'll. Just ask you some generalquestions now a little bit. Entertainment sided, but this is hard yeah. I just want yourinitial thoughts like it doesn't have to be thoughts, tough answer. You couldjust reel off a couple, but what's like your favorite movie a wall time, that's an outrageous question, butwhat's one you could just sit down and watch all day.

Oh, I do love, I have to say I do love MamaMaa. Let's love the music, an it yeah uplifting, Vieo, Mamma's GP, my m mmasgreat s great, but it is Closelov, is great.Yeah that say thayt dancing queens in any mov. We did my best movies of the decade, the otherepisode and any movie with music in it. I thinkautomatically is lifted because it just make. As you said it. Ust brings apositive vibe to the movie, like you can sing a long dance long, especiallywhen it's music, you already know like like Bahemian rhapsoty but yeah, so I yeah Moma me a good showgood show. What's your favorite musical, let's go one with Campbell and onewithout Campbell yeah, that's a fair call, because it's hard it's a bitdifferent, my favorite music, all with camel, is definitely Matilda. I thought it was I'm not on Bor, but Ithought it was. I just loved the whole pthe precise choreography in thatmusical was how many times did you watch iday?How long like fifteen? What Oh more more, I probably watched it over fortytimes yeah. So the People Er wondering is this: a psycho, pitchuris FO fortytickets to e to of no camel was in it and the curtain cor would like HEUwould have to be there for SX thirty yeah and then you'd have to pick themup at. Like ten thirty yeah, so it was kind of like we live six o'clock. Ithink yeah. We maybe live thirty. Forty minutes from the city, maybe a bit longer at six o'clock,maybe a bit shorter at Hun d, thirty, but Um. It was kind of like well, youeither drive sit down for an hour and leave again at home or you just staythere and watch have dinner or something mm. So that's why you watcheda lot yeah and if you tried to get some chape tickets and that sort of thing,sometimes in the length of the season Tiy had a a few different opportunitiesgoing where you could pick up some chaper ticket. So it sort of you didsort of toss up the petrol, the you know, driving back and forth, andthat sort of thing, but but yeah. That would definitely be myfavorite, my favorite one yeah. What about withit? I A I loe about you CBANGO, just song, t'interesting that one that oneprobably more so because he was on stage so much yeah and I guess it washis first one and he bloody caring shit. Spiting Carran Chch Bagmang was justlike yeahat's cool. What about without Cam Owithoutokay? I would probably have to have a tie.Ohi'm sorry, because idint Na Tan Defenseo, the Locklon, no verydifferent they're, not a tireas in Okaso, as inuplifting upbeat musical, would have to be Rhim, ridmeout and Juliet and Jolietand Juliet what we saw in UK last Christmas very lucky to have got that tripin justquietly and then for very clever acting and you know, serious issues would be. Doeven Hawho. Six didn't make the cut interesting. The Yeah Fair enough play on respectedboth good musicals. Even though I didn't watch one. If you had to listen to one song forthe rest of your life, what would it be...

...dancing Cuam? If you had to listen toone artist for the rest of your life? Oh, it could be like a band, so youcould just roll out with avor just the one to punch the one to have he comba bi, a Slan Deo SA's got an incredible voice. I do rock.I do love a little bit of Edg Sher and as well. I that you coice a yeah EddieRangis. If you were going onto the voice or thex fact or what would be your audition song, you think you Ponot IDL Gus, notadovise, and I know the other mccocodiles in the family might befinding that quite surprising, since that is my coach who at Family Karaokeevents. Oh you stump me Homish, it's CONIN question. It is because you go to pick onesomething then I can remember the woods so you, if you n you like, but also onthet, you know, shows off the vical talent. Well, maybe not shows my vocalTel, not that much ecause. It lets be on a vabia little rap. No! No! No! I do like a bit of a melody. Portally Fernenda, an stop believing okay yeah,because I know actuall EII can do it with Locem that occurred o ow weeks ago. IndQuarantine might love to get him to work on his skills a little bit. He wasa bit of disappointing, didn't know the lyrics which I guess he has atwatchcally, so yeah, but all right, so a few Morre just general ones. This isthe I've asked these questions to everyone. Who's been on so far at o. what's your favorite familyholiday Wis Bein in and what are your second and third basically fvorite family holiday would probably have to be the one that we just went on. MTO UK yeah, I think just very exciting. I've neverbeen to those those countries so ultra exciting to sort of see iconic things such as red letter boxes and DoubleDecka Red Busses that you you've seen on the TV for so many years in reallife yeah. You know the types of houses that yousee, so I think that would be up thereprobably followed, then by Canada. You Know Lok put the NorthAmerican troop above UK that shocked me, but as in whistler yeah, he put that abovethe K, but yeah and what's the so second is whistler s, Sam Franzla and then Tad it's tough, because it'slike I on think there's another countryhaven't been to once. So it's like: WE'VE BEEN TO JAPAN A couple times: NewZealand a couple times: Sydney like countless time, so it's kin kind ofhard to differentiate them. I O Lino Acount. I don't think eain hatquestion. I sot O, don't think of Sydney yeah that, like that's like andLik, I've got n IA ammy stuff so which I love going to Sydtney and doingthat. But for me you probably sort of a F holiday away somewhere. I rekon it would always be Queenstownfor me over Japan, but it's just me,...

...but now Japan's pretty late yeah. No, Ireckon Japan, I remember the the first Ol second one of the first time I wasother the first or second time and just that drive from Suporo to Nisco and youjust driving along an tmeyou know. Just the amount of snow and just beautiful- and you know you've got that. You knowit wasn't too far away sort of plaing, wise and then you've got. You know you actually feel like you've gone along way because you've got such a. You know landing somewhere and they'respeaking another language and such different, diverse food and yeahyeah. Now Fair enough, respectall, three choices o tell my hat to them. If you have to be stuck on a desertedisland with one of the family members who are you going with WHO's going to listen to this podcast,none of them because none of my family haver support me. Well, I mean close family by the waylike in this house. I don't mean like cousinsd yeah, that would have been the Sifewayto go. Wouldn't it EI think so I oi Wad SD, so like nothing inside Youd,basically stuck that yeah I', so Lockland said me because wecould duild a footy and pass it so really insightful deepis have to go dadon my Wim Yeah Campbell went dad because camwell reckons her just beable to work out the rocks on Lhine whiyeah O, I say tat. You've spent I'dTay, Dad Ocas, you life with him, so yeah pretty fet to just keep playing onthere yeah and he you know, used to camp and his younger years as a go. Soyou used to rough it quite a bit, so he has got those he has got those set schools yeah onboard, some all life experiencs yeah, and so I I camboll out there yeah, Ithink, he'd o sure, what's going on here, yeah I'd have to I'd, have to play that oneye I wlay Dad Dad to me one play on, or I F try this caone p Campbell. I don'tthink he's been mentioned yet. Anyon Pi Ockclime this well too fair they've, both beeninterviewed so lot as their chances, but who would win survivor if we allwent on a different seat, not win? Actually I can't that through Campbelloff who would go the furthest if we all were on different seasons, nothing todo with each other. UHHUH survivors show we hall dearly Tad. IDAA DAA get better off first yeah. That does seem to be the consensus pick. Actually, I think O said I'd go first yeah. No, they said each other, so Ithink bit of collusion was going on there. Yeah I'd probably have to agree.Maybe on that one I mean I think, Locklan hes watched, so many bloodysurvivor shot episodes he he has a bit of a clue. He has a bitmore of a clue on the how the Games played Yes, O tack,tack, tactally, tactully Tacticic lately, tactically, thank you Hamish,tactically Locklan, I think, would go the furthest yeah if he could have his social game implay, but insaying that...

Cmbell Kevil said old, be if, as aphysical threat, which is probably the best confimen he's ever given Meyeah,that's true. I was pretty chough with that one. I think Campbell could gofair way to yeah men Lok. I think I think, because he he'd sort of be, I think equal across. I think tactically social game and challenge yeall andstrength ING. I think he'd actually be quite even across stranly, whereas Ithink Locklans, Tachd, techtically and challenge strength would be good, but maybe social game. I mean socially fine but sor about the building of the sheltersY, a that sort of work. Lote type him. So how that would go down, but buyeamight be surprising, might come into his own yeah that it's hard to say,because obviously we tnewer been undere in that environment because, like Campbell, he would have theability to get along with most people and like entertain them and be fun tohave around the camp. Yes and then, but he's also smart enough and bitch bitchyenough to like turn on people, and she like, I think he would happilyeliminate sone with no like he woulnt give Shit Yeah. I think I'd getblindsidted yeah. Now, that's exactly what mean lock said. First episode,we'd, say: You' just be like that pawn like Abbey in the last two survivorseries where everyone likes her, but when it comes down to the lines.Turning on each other you're just an easy boat, you wouldn't turn on anyone. First Yeah,but yeah the problem with Soe, who you saying Cam yeah, I think it'LD be a quote yeah, Ithink Catan. I think cam just just ahead a lock, I think yeah. If candoesn't get grumpy he'd be set. I reckon I think yeah but yeah. So last question: If you couldtravel so this is forget about covid for the moment, if you could only go onone more trip for the rest of your life. Where are you going and I you can factor in the region kind of,but I mainly want a country, but if you don't know a country you can just givemo the region, because I don't want you to say, likeEurope and just say, like yeah, every forty, every eigty countries in Europe, I'm just going to say because I'vealways wanted to go. I don't know why. But it's even before we started goingon ski holidays. I've always wanted Ethiogia. Maybe it's because actually maybe it'sbecause about is from Switzerland, Sweden, but yeah like I've, always gotthat wronger Aske, Sweden, all right I', always no skiing. So it's one of the OlSwitzerland. I've always had a romantic idea, af being in a lob cabin e withhoups. All right, that's great! I don't know. Actually I'm not really sure whatdid that when he was younger and enjoyed it thoroughly. So you go in theAlps, so Switzerland, France, Austria, in there I wrece that choice. Thels arealive. That's Oreally Road, one! No one's even mentioned that yet, butactually rite that why woatd have been Ben Locksaid, Spain, an cal soccer Peru,but he meant like South America, but I...

...made I one country. So yes, and whatwould be yours hang on in ther, you have to wait. Watch I'm planning on soI'm going to interview dad in the coming week and then I know this is kind of selfindulgent.But I want someone to interview me because I feel like if you're listeningto a podcast- and you don't know who the host is- that's a bit weird. Ithink you might have to go with the hostess with the Mostis so ill sen, OveCampbell. Well, the CAMPBN ask me good questions. Camels ever hold aconversation, Hi's life, so I don't know whether to go with locklan IASthinking, maybe pilld, but then I feel like pil would go too much for the justhave to keep it in the family. Yeaha. Okay! Well, I was gonna, do mine beforePILC, so wouldn't really make sense for him to interview me. I was thinking,maybe Locklam, but yeah I don't know. Maybe I can get you all to do a littletiminy into you with me. You get three questions each and you get to ask what you want toknow yeah. so that's it for episodes. Seventeen she's episode, seventeen wee stared Sana rack him up how Y I worke toaut.Yesterday it' been ambitious for me, but episode a hundred will occur on thetenth of December Thursday, so I'll be doing crigger training that day so staytuned. For that episode well ill. Have someone Secan play I'll, be hanging inyeah now so that'll do us. This is going out on a Satday so enjoythe rest of your weekend or, if you're listening in a couple days after it'sbeen released, enjoy the rest of your week. Yes, thanks for you thanks forjoining me mom, it's been pleasure. Chanling with you, thanks for having meHa and I hope the audience as I have I've enjoyed getting today. Thank you,but you.

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