Tomorrow Daily 131: Guest co-host Alison Rosen, Mars One update, drone waiters and more
A bunch of random people may win a trip to Mars to live.
An, an, and, die.
That doesn't sound that cool, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's a pizza flying at your head delivered via drone in Singapore.
And the shower of the future is finally here and it's, it's not really what you think it is.
It's tomorrow daily.
Oh you're dancing too.
I was dancing with you.
It's, you're infections, Khail.
Welcome to Tomorrow Daily, your source of future tech and robots and science and all kinds of great crap.
I'm Khail Anonymous, and today Ashley is not here.
So today we have a special guest.
My new best friend Allison Rosen.
I'm very excited to be here.
Clap at home.
I've never felt like I'm gonna clap right here.
I've never felt more lame about my name than sitting next to Kale Anonymous.
That's a first.
I wanna be Alice, can I be Alison Anonymous?
Like the Ramones?
You can pick, yeah you can be Alison.
That's a pretty good.
Alice in Mystery.
You're like in a band now.
We're in, we're in the question mark band.
We're in the like, John and Jane Does.
So so obviously Ashley isn't here.
She's back home nursing her dogs who are, who are a little ill.
I feel so bad about that.
I don't want to bring the show down about that.
If you follow her on Twitter just send like, I love your dogs and I love you, or something like that.
But Allison is here to join us.
So you're, you're here joining us.
Can you tell us just a quick little bit about yourself and then we'll plug all your stuff at the end?
I'm very excited to be here and I host a podcast called Allison Rosen is Your New Best Friend, and I hope you'll all go listen.
And I realize that you said we plug it at the end, but I'm plugging it now.
What am I doing?
Well, we're gonna have to delete this segment [LAUGH] or this whole episode.
Anyway, so, we got a lot of great news stories for you.
Some I have been very opinionated about
so let's get started.
So if you've ever wanted to go to Mars, now is your chance to get sent there to go and just hang out on Mars and then just, straight up, just die on Mars.
So basically what's going on is, Mars One has this whole contest in which you can apply to go to Mars.
Be one of a few contestants to go to Mars and on a one way trip to this sad, sad little planet.
They can get you there.
But they cannot get you back.
They're just like, good luck suckers.
So basically, this has actually been in the news for a while.
But the story today is that it's closer to happening.
They're in stage three of this.
Mars One has narrowed down.
To 100 contestants from 200 thousand people that applied, these crazy people, that are actually inexperienced.
They don't actually, they're not like astronauts.
It's crazy that 200 thousand.
Thousand people are signing up for a mission that's essentially a s, not, not to bring everyone down, like you said earlier.
It's essentially a suicide mission.
You, if you go
[LAUGH] You would die?
Yeah, well, you will die on Mars.
You probably will die on Mars.
Of course that's really cool that you got to see Mars before you died, but it's questionable how long you'll get to enjoy it.
If you're a youtuber, you get to go first and that's-
So there's that.
That's pretty cool.
That, I think that's the appeal.
But I don't know.
As crazy as they sound, I would do it, but let's keep going.
Would you really?
I, yeah, I'll get to that at the end.
But let's, let's hear about these maniacs the, one of the 100 contestant.
The, there's con, contestants from all over the world, now here's the most crazy contestant, his name is M1KO and he says
I think I wore that in the 90s.
You wanna, wore an M1KO?
He says he's actually a Martian.
He's 100,000 years old.
And he wants to go on the trip so that he can show people around Mars.
So you can see where these contestants are going.
They're not like, looking for like, strong buff dudes.
To like, punch holes in Mars or whatever I think strong buff dudes do.
So in this trailer we can see a little bit more of it.
It looks very reality tv show-ish.
And that's because it kind of is.
So there's your catch.
We're not trying to further humanity as, as they say they are.
These 100 people will, 100 people will compete to be one of 24 people sent to Mars.
They will be challenged to simulations, team work, and survival this Mars show is coming soon for us to watch.
So obviously it's a show.
Will they go?
Will they actually go?
I don't think so.
You don't, you don't think this will happen?
They still, they need funding.
Like that's one of the things they're working on is actually getting funding.
They're actually trying to get advertisers.
SO maybe like the spaceship will have a Formula One thing on the side.
McDonald's and Starbucks on the side.
So I mean, I guess if they get people watching this.
I'll totally watch this.
What about you?
Oh, I would definitely watch this.
And you wouldn't go to Mars?
Some, I remember there was a story that came out that said that the first person will be, will, like the first people that will begin dyeing within 66 days.
It's, you, they, the people hope that they'll get to live out thousands of days, however in reality apparently your, eh, some people are only going to last a couple months because and it has to do with like, they're going to be living in a bio dome, like the Pauly Shore vehicle.
I love it.
And it will be very humid, so bad new for people with hair that frizzes.
And then, like based on the oxygen and nitrogen levels, there won't be enough oxygen for, this is a real bummer.
But you know, go to Mars.
Also, I mean like, how do you get all of your your resources?
Like you're gonna need water.
And, and you're gonna also, they're gonna get cabin fever, and you know it.
We're gonna have a lot of nutso's.
They'll be like big, Big Brother on Mars.
that's, I'm actually like that.
I'm so bored.
Naked and Afraid, I don't think so.
Let's do a scared on Mars.
Are they giving any kind of timeline for when they hope this could happen?
They're not really, but they're about to, accept applications for another round.
So, I mean, it looks like they're already excited to do it.
But there are like, there are 54 year olds that are like gonna potentially go.
Well that's makes.
It's not, it's not like they're really looking hard for like people they send there.
What makes sense to me would be if you're sort of at the end of your life or you know you're not going to have a super long life.
What a cool way to go out.
Yeah just like
I'd be like I gotta march!
They're just getting sent to die.
If she makes it.
Cuz I mean that's a trip too.
It's a long, it's a long trip.
Our children will be watching this show.
Or our children's children.
I want to, I'm more into waiting until like the second and third wave of, of going to Mars.
When there's a return, you know you can fly direct.
Mars to Earth, Earth to Mars, you know a round trip kind of action.
And when the kinks have been worked out, I don't need to be.
You don't want to be an early adopter.
That's not a good idea.
Never a good idea.
I don't think so.
Wait till they get the kinks out.
People are falling out of airlocks, I got to, no, that's the, that's the smart decision, but that brings us to our question to you, this is our TD of the day, this is the TD.
What do we have?
What, what's it?
TDMARS1, because this is the Mars One project.
TDMARS1, how would you win the chance to go to Mars if you were a Mars One finalist?
So how would you impress them?
Cuz we're going from 100 to 24.
Those people get sent.
So how would you get to the 24?
What do you think?
How, how would you impress.
With your like fiery personality probably.
Be like excitable.
So, it's a reality show, they're going to be looking for their Omerosa type, for their Puck type.
To an old school reality show reference.
Yeah, for the first-
For the young ones.
Real World, right?
Who were the current, villains of reality shows?
Yeah, they're gonna be looking for their like.
She tells it like it is.
You know, you never know what she's gonna say next [CROSSTALK] in reality shows.
You want sass on Mars.
Sass plays well on Mars.
You wanna be like the guy that's like, I wanna, he's, everyone's dumb.
I'm way cool.
All right, I understand.
I didn't come to Mars to make friends.
Like that person, yeah.
I would just be like really into digging.
I'd be like look, I'm gonna dig through this planet and you're gonna want me there because you want to see if there's water underneath.
I'm just gonna dig all the time.
Like I brought my shovel collection and my trowel collection.
I've made these shovel hand things and I'm gonna dig through.
But, so tell us Team Mars One, how you would get picked to go to Mars and die.
And then if we like your tweet, we'll send you to Mars, right?
No matter what age, and if you're an alien, we're not, you're not gonna be hearing.
Anymore, you're going to die.
So all right, so tell us about the story of flying.
Flying, flying, like drones that are waiters.
Yes, waiter drones.
This is a very, very cool thing.
A restaurant in downtown Singapore is employing flying drones.
As its wait staff, or rather to augment its wait staff.
The drones help eliminate the need for the wait staff to weave through the busy dining area as the drones will carry the food and drinks from the kitchen over the head of customers.
Once the drone gets to the table, then I human wait staff member will still be needed to deliver the items from the drone- To the customer and presumably offer them a napkin when the drones spill the food all over their head.
Now the drones don't require humans to navigate.
They're fully automated and the restaurant itself will be outfitted with infrared sensors.
Each drone can carry about 4.4 pounds of food and drink which is approximately like two pints of beer, a pizza and two glasses of wine.
All of that, okay.
All of that at once.
Okay, so pizza and beer that's all I need, okay good job.
Yeah, at, at once, and here's something, the drones won't be putting humans out of work.
Because the restaurant says this will free up the wait staff to interact with customers and enhance the dining experience.
I don't know about you, but for me what enhances the dining experience is not having a lot of interaction.
With the waiter.
Maybe that's just-
Yeah, leave me alone, I wanna eat some food.
I was about to say that.
I was like, okay, yay!
I made a new friend.
No one needs the chatty waiter.
Okay, go ahead.
But, but a, a few more things.
They're expecting the live debut to happen by the end of the year.
The project costs about.
It's in the low 7 figures in Singapore dollars, which, 1 million Singapore dollars is about 800,000 US dollars.
So maybe it's about.
It's still very expensive, yes.
And this does solve a problem happening in Singapore, which is that apparently young Singaporeans shun jobs in the service industry because of the low wages and the perceived lower social status.
You know, if this were to happen here you might think, hey this is putting people out of jobs.
Despite but what they're saying about you still need human waiters you know, that there are gonna you know, fewer, fewer wait staff jobs in a restaurant that is employing drones.
So if that were to happen here you might say well this is putting people out of work, but in Singapore it's solving the problem which is that they need more, they need more people in the service sector.
So will that entice.
More kids to wanna like work in the you know service industry?
I mean like
Cuz you can play with robotics.
You can hang out with robots.
So are you impressed with this?
Do you think this is a good step?
I, I think it's pretty cool.
I, I just can't help but imagine though that it's gonna hit someone in the head like happened at TGI Fridays in New York.
Or that all of a sudden your beer
Well you're asking for it when you go to TGI.
Actually, if it's your birthday at TGIFridays, they tie a bunch of balloons on you, and then hit you in the head with a drone.
That's like Chuckie Cheese too.
I just, I, I see a picture of the drones flying through the room.
With the liquid on it.
And I just imagine it spilling.
Yeah, so it's like a drunk guy..>> Ha, exactly!>> The big thing to me is, i mean, beyond the fact that even when it's still, like you said, when it slides from the table, a waiter still has to take it from that and put it on there.>> How long will that really be necessary though, because you could just.
You know, if, if it could just lower, you could pick it up yourself, and that would be even cooler, cuz you'd have like direct drone interaction.
If the gyroscope is good,though.
Cuz like, if I take one beer off, and it like, loses its balance.
Oh, that's true.
But more importantly the drone's noise.
Like it's gonna be flying around.
And you're gonna be like trying to eat, you know.
Your sandwich or whatever.
I said I want to break up!
[LAUGH] That's perfect.
If you don't wanna have, like, be broken up with just keep going in the [UNKNOWN] story.
Well I guess, I, you know, I don't know, POD queues, I don't know, whatever.
When in Singapore.
They're going everywhere you are.
And where you're eating.
Okay so let me tell you about, so we've talked about going to Mars.
We've talked about.
Drones coming out, all up in your business.
Now I want to talk about technology called, coming all up in your shower.
Because now we have the shower of the future.
And that's actually the name of the product which is pretty, pretty grandiose there company company Orbital Systems in Sweden.
So this doesn't use any lasers or anti-gravity it just re-uses your water.
Speaker: Over and over and over.
So the ideal.
The idea and the goal here is that space has limited water.
So, in the future, space.
Like, you go into space, you're not gonna get, have an unlimited source of water.
And also, Earth, it's also good to kinda conserve water there, too.
So here's how it works.
Speaker: You wanna be clean before you die on Mars.
Speaker: [LAUGH] Yes.
Well, you left a clean corpse, so that's okay.
So here's how it works.
It's got five liters in the system which pumps water.
Then it comes down onto you and then at the bottom it has a filter system with a micro-capsule and a nano, nano-capsule.
The micro-capsule is for skin.
Skin and hair.
The Nano is for germs, metal and oil.
All of that is pumped right back onto you.
Five liters over and over.
Right, like it filters skin flakes or things like that, and germs out of the water and off of you.
Yeah, so it's not, it's not that bad.
It's so clean, it's better than your tap water.
So that's pretty good.
So how much is this going to cost you Allison asked me subtly.
I was, yeah I did, I said it so, how much, how much is this going to cost?
[LAUGH] It's like something from the 1930s.
[LAUGH] How much is this going to cost?
[LAUGH] So it's 3,200 Euros-
Or $3,700 American dollars, so about $4,000.
That's a lot.
As much as you'd think if you were a bazillionare
Yeah, if you were Jay Z, Jay Z's like yeah that was easy.
For something called the shower of the future, it's really somewhat affordable
Yeah, it's, I mean I don't really a whole lot of future tech goin' up in here but it is, it is pretty cool.
Well I think they're just saying, in the future one will shower-
Yeah you gotta save.
You gotta save money for water.
What I think is cool about this is that a lot of people use those low flow water efficient words coming out of my mouth in the wrong order.
You know what I'm saying?
Low flow, right.
Or no water toilets or whatever.
But with this I think you can have, use as much water as you want.
You can pick up 30 minutes.
Exactly, with like a lot of water pressure.
Yeah and one family can use the same water..oh my god it sounds terrible, but it's actually like you know, "green".
Right, now what happens when you're the kind of person that pees in the shower?
And I was just about to say that, I'm glad you.
. this is perfect.
This is working great.
So they did address, It's even in capital letters, it says, "URINATING", they tackled urination.
and, apparently the system is worked out, its got like sensors that if it has too many chemicals in it, it won't filter, it'll just take that water aside and, and like just get rid of it.
So, like shampoo, it'll also do the same- Right- So it doesn't, it can't filter it that well.
So, you're just you can go.
It'll just go somewhere else.
So I'm glad you asked that.
again, this is to, they're saying that the cost will pay for itself because you're saving money from, from water or what not.
Filters are $25.
Just thought I'd throw that in there.
Which is like the same as a Brita filter.
Its not bad.
A filter is not that expensive.
Its not like I'm complaining about it I'm just like oh well the filters are $25.
Hack it, you know.
Yeah, I actually really liked it.
Yeah you'd get one of these?
Yeah, I mean if I could afford it.
If that makes sense-
Did you see what it looks like?
It's really cool looking and-
Right, there's a couple different options right?
About wether you install the filter thing in the floor, or
Right.>> Something called a cabin.
Yeah.>> I don't know what that is>> Either way it's like $4,000 - - but yeah, there;s only a few options, yeah.
Look at this thing.
I think it's neat.
Do you get this.
Yeah, I like it.
Yeah, I, I'm not going to move in to a place where I need to install it.
I'll just do it.
I'll just keep the shower that's going right in.
Or actually I just fill up a bath water, like a bath tub and then I just jump into it, for like a month.
And just clean off, so that's my thing.
How gross is it by the end?
You can't see through it and [LAUGH] you can just.
So pretty gross.
You can put heavy things on the surface and it just stays there.
alright, so we're going to talk more about my gross bathtub.
But we'll get back to you after this break with another round of Back it or Hack it.
So don't click away.
It's Tomorrow Daily.
And then when, if the rubber ducky drowns, that's when I know it's time to change the water.
So, oh, hey, guys.
Welcome back to Tomorrow Daily.
We've got a couple more things to tackle including back it or hack, which should be exciting to see whether or not, whether or not you want to see this product, this product is.
It's pretty crazy, so let's do Back It or Hack it.
I was just following your lead.
I'm not, I can't see.
I don't know what I'm not looking at.
But I'm definitely.
Let me know when it's safe to look.
I, I love that!
I gotta use that more.
You don't know what to do.
And now here is the break dance segment of the show.
So on Hack It we have a portable, we have our, your own transportation device.
I don't know if you like hovering around.
But this is Air Board.
Oh, who doesn't.
Who doesn't love hovering.
This is Air Board.
And basically Air Board is your own little personal.
Transportation device that works off you lifting up into the air via these propellers that you know push you off, off the ground into the air.
So let me tell you a couple of breakdowns of the technology here.
I'm already sold.
Yeah it's got four propellers run by an intel processor, built in gyroscope, electric powered.
And it's controlled by you leaning.
So it's not like there's a remote control and it's just like I want to go left, you lean a little bit left.
I want to go forward.
You lean a little bit forward.
So you know you use that technology on a Segway, yes.
What could go wrong?
You could fold.
You could it's even like you can fold it up and I guess, carry it.
I don't know.
I, yeah, like put it in the trunk of your car.
If you need to hover and drive.
Hold on I got a hover at the park yet.
So there you go.
this, it's got a, so they're saying it can be used in extreme conditions.
So like if you're a Marine and you wanna.
Hover around in the snow or something, you can you this.
It also has an app so you can remote control the hover vehicle.
So if you're like, hey buddy, here you know, here you go.
It's- they're saying they're going to try to ship it out by 2016.
They're not doing so well.
They only have 167 dollars and they started on February 9.
And how much do they want?
I've missed that.
I didn't miss how much they need, but it was-
Right, but they need a lot more
Obviously in the tens of thousands, if not hundreds- But $160 right now.
2016, so what do you think?
Would you back it or hack it?
I would back it.
I think this is really cool.
I'm wondering how high can you go though, do you know?
Because I'm a person
It's only like a foot or two off the ground, just a little bit.
It's not going to, like.
You're not gonna get, you're not gonna get above people.
I want to fly.
I think that'd be dan, I think it would be, the FCC or somebody would step in and kinda go, hey No.
Hey, only things serving food can go this.
[LAUGH] Yeah, you gotta be able to hit people in the head.
I still think this is cool because it is still in the realm of flying.
Like I'm the kind of person where if someone says, what superpower would you want.
I would want to fly.
Now people have told me, no, you should want to teleport.
I have friends who feel very strongly that teleportation is the best superpower-
Because you can do anything with it.
And if you fly, you just like teleport, teleport, teleport, teleport.
But that's no fun.
I think that'd be so much work.
You get lazy.
You know, you have to really concentrate.
I think this is cool.
I think, if.
Here is the downside though.
I don't wanna have to dodge people hovering towards me on the sidewalk.
Yeah, you can't trust people.
Not, not with this sort of like unmanned, like this technology.
Especially if they're gonna control it remotely.
Like I don't know if you ski or snowboard, but I, I haven't done any of that in years.
Experience of being a skier is constantly being in threat of being run by someone on a snowboard.
And I don't want this just to be like this urban version of a snowboard.
Cuz people will crush into you.
And it's a huge thing too.
It's not like a little, tiny like, it's not like a hoverboard.
I still think it's cool though.
Wouldn't it be fun.
I would still want to try it at least.
I want hover technology.
I, I'm hacking this.
I, I don't, we don't hack a lot on here.
It's mostly back it.
But yeah I don't know like it's, it's cool and all, but it just, it doesn't, they haven't given a price point and it, it doesn't seem.
Like the whole, I don't know, it just doesn't make sense.
I'd rather just like learn to skateboard or fall on my face then get this.
Or like a Segway.
I don't know, hovering is just not, it doesn't seem.
It seems wide and it just kinda seems like unnecessary.
That it would be like.
A hover vehicle, because it doesn't have wheels.
Well it doesn't quite.
I get what you're saying.
It doesn't quite make sense.
But what benefit does it give you.
The fact that you're a foot above air.
I mean above the ground.
Maybe it's a smoother ride.
But they're saying it's for extreme weather, meaning like if there's snow on the ground?
They say you can.
They're like, they're like, hey extra bonus.
If you're a Marina and you're like from Afghanistan or whatever, hover around.
Oh, so you don't like hit any mines or anything?>> I didn't think about that.
You can hover over the explosives.
Yeah..>> That's grim.
. I mean.
. You've found a solution to a problem.
That's true.>> You should back it, you should help them out.
Ok.>> Alright, so there ya go.
Back it, alright, nice.
Alright, so now we're going to move on to some of the feedback from you guys, we're going to move on to your "User Feedback".
*music* I like that, it's pretty good,
There ya go!
So we asked about wu, wait what was it.
Oh, TD Torrent.
And we've got some responses here.
This is about, you know, what people thought about that bit torrent is now have some, you know, production, yeah, content on there thing.
Wrote to us.
And Layne said, my problem with YouTube and BitTorrent is that I watch a lot of my content as podcasts, including Tomorrow Daily.
That's where you're from.
Oh yeah, podcasts.
Yeah, no, no.
I mean also.
I'm, that's that's me today.
You're here now.
Yeah, podcast land is where I hail from yes.
Gummy gumdrops and.
oh, that sounds scary.
Matthew says, I would like to see BitTorrent bring back E.R.
because who doesn't miss TV's Country, Count, County General?
Oh okay, sorry.
I've never watched E.R. Is that with George Clooney?
I, I didn't.
And Noah Wyle.
But I didn't watch and Julianna Marguiles, I think.
Yeah, from the Good Wife, but I didn't watch ER.
But, maybe I'd bit torrent it, I don't know.
Yeah, so what, I mean like, was there any content you would want to see bit torrent take on?
Cuz I said that they needed to take on, other people's IPs so a lot of-
What does that mean?
So you know, there's a lot of fan films based on comic.
Video games, stuff like that.
So, take all of that sort of content make series of it so that people, they're like, "oh my god, I've always wanted to see a Bioshock".
You know, mini-series.
Oh, that's cool.
Yeah, so then that people can do that, it would draw people to BitTorrent because indie stuff isn't always going to draw people.
Anything you would like to see?
I'm going to steal yours.
I want to see that because I think I was telling you before, my husband is super into playing Bioshock.
But if it was like a series-
Then I would be into watching him.
Be into it.
That's the missing link.
[UNKNOWN] I know you're kinda dead, but you should think about doing that 2k.
What is 2k?
2k makes bioshocks.
So, it's kind of a sensitive subject.
All right, so that move us, that moves us on to our last piece of user feedback, which is, the phonetographer of the day.
All right, so this is where -Phonetographer, I like that- yeah it's a cool word, yeah, copyright, you can't use it on your podcast.
so basically- But I was going to- you just, you just change your name of your podcast.
So basically someone sends us a photo.
And they have a little story for you about it.
So today, James sent us a photo, here's James' photo- Oh wow that's really cool- James took this with the Galaxy S4.
James says, I took these photos with my Samsung Galaxy S4.
What made these photos even more interesting was that they were tornado warnings and watches in the surrounding area.
These look like cloud tornadoes, enjoy.
Well you scared us James.
Those are really cool.
Yeah I like how it's kinda like a, like a back lit type thing.
Oh yeah I see its got like the, like the wind.
The wind thing in there.
I don't, we know, we know.
Are you like a meteorologist?
Yeah the wind thing.
Oh the wind thing moving into the area.
And then those big puffy things in the air.
And then you know.
Wetness, wetness will be falling down.
Yeah, they get the, the yeah.
And noise bangs and bangs in the air.
All right so, so thank you very much James sending that in.
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so, why don't you tell us where they can find you Allison.
You, you interview a lot of interesting people.
All over there.
I do yes.
I just had Scott Ackerman on this week.
Before that I had James Gunn Director of Guardians of the Galaxy.
And he actually revealed some stuff about Guardians of the Galaxy Two.
Don't tell us you gotta like go listen to it.
Yeah go, go listen to it.
And then I have Richard Prior's widow coming up on Monday.
Hopefully that should be interesting.
That's interesting yeah.
Yeah so a lot of very, guests that I'm really excited about.
And my podcast.
What was the name of that again?
Alison Rosen is your new best friend.
You can get that on iTunes or you can get it on my website at AlisonRosen.com or I'm also on Sound Cloud.
Go to SoundCloud.com/ariymbs or all of the other places that people listen to podcasts.
There's like a million places.
Just type it into Google or whatever.
You just put your hand out and say podcast please and it will just download straight into your hand.
I love the future.
It's so cool.
It's here now.
And then you can follow me on Twitter @AlisonRosen.
And on Instagram, @alisonrosen as well.
Well Alison, it's been super awesome having you here.
It's been really fun being here.
Thank you for having me.
Yeah, you really, you really know your stuff.
And I look forward to watching your podcast.
After this podcast.
After this one.
All right, guys.
Thank you, as always, for watching Tomorrow Daily.
We'll have another guest star tomorrow.
It could be-
It might not be as good.
It might be.
It might be better.
Wow, you're throwing shade?
I don't know.
Who is it?
All right, all right.
President Barack Obama.
Well, I, never mind.
You just offended our whole country.
And we gotta say thanks for joining us.
And we'll see you guys tomorrow.
With a bunch of weird, wacky, wild, new.
I forgot how she says the, actually says that.
But we'll see you guys tomorrow on Tomorrow Daily.
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