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"amy della" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

08:10 min | Last month

"amy della" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Night. Good morning studio. You shared the fact about dr oz thing that breakfast you know. What eat it when you're ready not the most important meal of today. I'm a mom of three kids. I worked part time. So i saw. Let me put this to us. I wake up in the morning ahead of the kids. I do my own thing. I don't make anything until they finally say. Hey mom i'm hungry. I'm getting so much more done in the morning life. Changing doctor is reminded us that the saying breakfast is the most important meal of the day was a phrase for a commercial. We only think that because we've heard it so many times if you're hungry eat that's it so for that. Hey there's that and you know what else has changed my mind when you told me it was the amount of toothpaste. You put your toothbrush Like now now. I really just put you just said like a piece of face because back in the day they would tell us or like commercials told us you had to fill up the whole strip. That's changed like tremendously my household. If you fill up the whole strip your mouth is like been doing in my whole life dude. Yeah i was too until we talked about it now. I just do like a little dab mazing. Here's the voice mill also last night. Bobby good morning steady else. Something feel good. I will get what she would have. Let your name appreciate that. Here is grace from michigan. I was just wondering if we could bring back. The amy yells a joke segment. I know it was a long time that Do that but i remember riding high school graduated from college now and listening to amy della joke and it was honestly the funniest thing ever and i really want to bring it back by we. We can bring it back before the end of the year. Okay i can have one ready Let's do kelly for michigan and just spread than five is gonna start playing Monday december fourteenth on the new pure country. First time in detroit on detroit. Radio canada's need my day. congratulations guys. Yeah nice we are on pure country. Eighty nine in windsor canada today. For the first time which is so close to detroit. Detroit gets it so a get for us hopefully gift for you guys. Although i would assume nobody's listening to the podcast today. That hurt us for the first time on the radio as i say in the show that you'll hear we are an acquired taste. You listening will vouch for that but soon the lobby here are some of them will. Let's do one more. Here is a voicemail number. Five studio Suggestions since bobby's always having you guys watch movies and drawing names for that. I think that he should watch se christmas story. I had heard him say he knows quotes from a christmas story. That's never seen the movie. That is a classic fast christmas. Maybe have a good day. I'm not gonna watch it but thank you. Oh boy. I will kayla. Let's watch a christmas story. Has she ever seen it. I'll ask her okay. I'm not in christmas mode yet. I mentioned that later. I'll be in christmas mode once. I finished this week. Once it's like the eighteenth or nineteenth a memo. Because i'll get to be home back in my christmas tree sleeping in my own bed. I'm in the worst bed like the first. We're we're an airbnb and the first bed that we slept in is quite comfortable having some really good night's sleep other than the tv. Not being there. But i accidentally pulled that fitted sheet off and there were a lot of stains on the mattress. Why wouldn't you do that. I didn't mean to pull the sheet off. And i didn't stay in the mattress so i don't know what you're asking about. Why would i do not let off. Like don't i didn't get. I didn't mean to never look at the mattress. Never that it's like fight club. Never talking about michael love. Don't look at the mattress. I didn't mean to. But there were all over the mattress. And i was fine going to target and getting some new sheets because we're going to be in that bed for two weeks. Kayla was not she was removed differ bedroom for bedroom. This bed is like barney rebels dead. It's hard it's like. I'm on rocks. It's like i've been out of the corey all day. And i'm laying on the rock bed so why got it. Thank you for. Anybody didn't know barney rubble was. He's in the flintstones. Here's the story. Called the boehner of the day oiling Boehner of the day by the way a boehner is defined as a stupid mistake. So here you go. A drunk company had to issue a recall at the mixed up. A bunch of depression pills with erectile dysfunction pillow and then put them in the same bottles together. The pharmaceutical company abc care is recalling two medications that are used to treat erectile dysfunction and severe depression. The company said that sildenafil and traffic don't tablets were inadvertently packaged together when they were bottled by a third party vendor. And that's crazy. 'cause a guy will be like why don't feel a lot better and i feel an along but seriously the wouldn't it be bad for a woman to take that. Doesn't that just increase. Your blood pressure's eddie. I don't know. I'm eleven. So i just think about anything mature and i'm thinking scientifically getting extremely happy with a big boehner. That's all i'm thinking about. What amy i just thought about samantha. On sex in the city takes it. So i don't know. Can you give me a rim shot shredding. Because i'm going to roll down a few little jokes. I would say to this so let me know when you have that ready for neither way if you need to get in touch with abc care. They're open from eight am to four pm. Although i'd bet if you're taking it for the reason you wouldn't take it to after four pm. You can't call them to the next day. You know what. Someone should do hard time for this mistake. I mean come on. They were already struggling with depression. This just made it even harder. That's good now. You have a bunch of guys who are ready to go but don't really care where that combination will lift your spirits. Alright thank you anymore. That's it that's a hard pill to swallow though so dumb. I've been thinking about watching selena on netflix. Oh yeah hold on. Watch it hold on. I'm gonna tell you why that. I haven't pulled the trigger. Yeah oh by the way. Did you get shot. I shouldn't make that. That wasn't a joke. What do you mean. Or if she oh no no. I didn't mean it like that. I didn't take it that way. Okay got hit me up and be like why. I haven't gone ahead and watched the show is because i didn't know selena growing up I only knew in my dream in of you. This is i'm dreaming nights because to ma holding you and their own. I know that but but to me culturally as a kid growing up in arkansas. I just heard selena song or two songs on the radio. But eddie for example. She was a big part of your culture. Of course she played the hana music which is texan music. I'm texan. that's my culture. And so i had to watch it one hundred percent. So what your review just as you when you watched it. Okay so yeah. I'm speaking for myself. The hispanic and me who grew up in south texas just three hours south of corpus christi. Where she was from. I loved it. It was perfect because we had selena. Growing up of course loved her. I loved all her spanish albums. And not that. I was a spanish music fan. But that's just everything. That was playing everywhere. I was so i loved that..

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"amy della" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"amy della" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Over seven billion people in the world, we all have one thing in common every day we all get dressed welcome to dressed the history of fashion a podcast we explore the WHO, what win of why we see where we are fashion stories and your hosts cast Zachary and April Callaghan. So casts are very regular. Listeners will remember that a few weeks back. We had a very fun episode on floor. Which is, of course, the Victorian language and symbolism of flowers, and at the very tail end of that episode I kind of teased that we would. Cover the rose in an upcoming episode, and while that episode is now it is today and not only is it today is also now two episodes because there is so so so much to say on this topic. Yes, and not as wide today we are so pleased to announce that we are being joined by Amy Della. Hey, the author of the newly released the rose in fashion ravishing and. Also she is a CO curator of an upcoming exhibition at the museum fit which will export this very same topic. Yes and a her co curator on this project is our lovely friend colleen. Hill who has yet to join us on dressed but she will do so soon, colleen, I hate to Pester my friends who are like, I'm working on my phd right now and also working full time. She will join us but. The exhibition itself was actually slated to open this past September. Well, you know pandemic twenty, twenty everything's been postponed. So we very much look forward to seeing this exhibition when it does open in the future absolutely, and this exhibition has been in the works for quite some time and it's been an international effort. Of course, the museum at sat is in New York City while Professor Della. Hey is in London. She is the root, Stein Hopkins Chair of dress history and curatorship at the College of fashion where she KOTEREC's with Judith. Clark and for so many years amy worked as a curator at the Victoria. Albert. Museum in London, of course, which has one of the most significant. Fashion and textile collections worldwide amy, we are so pleased to welcome you to trust amy I'd like to start today I by asking how you came to the field of fashion studies. This is actually something that I've been asking a lot of our guests recently and it's always so interesting and you know I'm always delighted to hear some of our favorite scholars quote unquote origin stories. Well, I, didn't really know I wanted to do I grew up in Brighton on the south of England and was interested in sort of those big punk scene than a big growth. The new romantic scene I was always interested in dress I always love textiles by ozone you I didn't want work. In elite fashion and setting in the fashion industry. Founded course that my mother found course at Brighton out gold and it was a good design history and it was the second year had been established. And whilst I've been excessively universities elsewhere in the country, I stayed in my hometown partly because Brian was brilliant place to grow up. But because there was at coast from by Lou Taylor on this fashion. And the minute I read about that I thought. That's the course me. And actually doing lose unit and meeting Lou changed my life because I had an indifferent early education. And I've never been inspired and Lou totally totally inspired me. So I did the design history coast always chose lose options. I'm a first coast I remember intensely was looking at fashion characteristic lieu of all levels from eighteen fifty to one, thousand, nine, hundred. So to me, undeniably, the most desirable seminar choice was to choose. And look amazing the buses and crinoline gowns in. Paris. But it was a question of your shot at first I was shot. So I ended up with the conditions of working class. Taylor's in London's east end instead of the. Account tell you I was devastated. Anyway. At the end of the session, lose both drizzle and within five minutes of talking to her. I was inspired and I think he changed the whole course of my interest because from that point tone low have come back to us from that point on minded was in what can Klaus history in everyday lives in the reality of fresheners opposed to fashions miss. So I did my degrade thesis in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four. On the influence of Hollywood on cheap levels of ready to and fashion in the nineteenth in America. I then went through college bought and write a forty thousand word thesis. And Gotten Ma in cultural history and my subject was looking at. The development of cheap levels of ready to wear Britain in the nineteen twenties and thirties. Looking at the reality as opposed to the mid. So using snapshots as evidence doing lots of our testimony and looking at the development of the women's fashion trades, and in basically argued, it was the design and fashion. Technology the sold the commercialization of Lemons Ready Twelve action. As now it was really hard to get a job but at the time I mean I think it's important says well to younger listeners that it wasn't a fashionable occupation being rushing curator wanting to be a flashing curator wasn't impressionable option right in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six. And at that point, I wasn't even sure. Curate because. I've not seen fashion exhibitions that were incredibly inspiring but then went see bodyworks at the Vienna which was king. And I still Valerie Mendez's ashes, textiles exhibition enjoying friendships, missions of the. DNA. And I suddenly started thinking Oh this is really something quite special. So I tried and tried to get jobs working shops and restaurants. I got a part time job easy include House Museum near Brighton Wet. I work three days a week and did absolute everything, which was an aging trading did that for years and at the same time I talked with new. Fashion and textile students at Brighton and I worked in a BBC's social history fashioned history series that Leur Tom Cole threat looking glass, which went out and TV. In Britain nine, hundred, ninety, six, which was radiant. And one day I simply was coming from teaching very stressed because I found it very, very intimidating. I'm with huge potter books from the library and I thought Juanita by the Guardian and have a cup of coffee and sit down. So the for the Vienna. Just, an experiment. You know I've never looked after dress collection. Let's see if I even get into view anyway the mice amazing thing happened and I got the job which was.

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"amy della" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:00 min | 3 months ago

"amy della" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"With over seven billion people in the world, , we all have one thing in common every day we all get dressed welcome to dressed the history of fashion a podcast we explore the WHO, , what win of why we see where we are fashion stories and your hosts cast Zachary and April Callaghan. . So casts are very regular. . Listeners will remember that a few weeks back. . We had a very fun episode on floor. . Which is, of , course, , the Victorian language and symbolism of flowers, , and at the very tail end of that episode I kind of teased that we would. . Cover the rose in an upcoming episode, , and while that episode is now it is today and not only is it today is also now two episodes because there is so so so much to say on this topic. . Yes, , and not as wide today we are so pleased to announce that we are being joined by Amy Della. . Hey, , the author of the newly released the rose in fashion ravishing and. Also . she is a CO curator of an upcoming exhibition at the museum fit which will export this very same topic. . Yes and a her co curator on this project is our lovely friend colleen. . Hill who has yet to join us on dressed but she will do so soon, , colleen, , I hate to Pester my friends who are like, , I'm working on my phd right now and also working full time. . She will join us but. . The exhibition itself was actually slated to open this past September. . Well, , you know pandemic twenty, , twenty everything's been postponed. . So <hes> we very much look forward to seeing this exhibition when it does open in the future absolutely, , and this exhibition has been in the works for quite some time and it's been an international effort. . Of course, , the museum at sat is in New York City while Professor Della. Hey . is in London. . She is the root, , Stein Hopkins Chair of dress history and curatorship at the College of fashion where she KOTEREC's with Judith. . Clark and for so many years amy worked as a curator at the Victoria. . Albert. . Museum in London, , of course, , which has one of the most significant. . Fashion and textile collections worldwide amy, we , are so pleased to welcome you to trust amy I'd like to start today I by asking how you came to the field of fashion studies. . This is actually something that I've been asking a lot of our guests recently and it's always so interesting and you know I'm always delighted to hear some of our favorite scholars quote unquote origin stories. . Well, , I, , didn't really know I wanted to do <hes> I grew up in Brighton on the south of England and was interested in sort of those big punk scene than a big growth. . The new romantic scene I was always interested in dress I always love textiles by ozone you I didn't want work. . In elite fashion and setting in the fashion industry. . Founded course that my mother found course at Brighton out gold and it was a good design history and it was the second year had been established. . And whilst I've been excessively universities elsewhere in the country, , I stayed in my hometown partly because Brian was brilliant place to grow up. . But because there was at coast from by Lou Taylor on this fashion. . And the minute I read about that I thought. . That's the course me. . And actually doing lose unit and meeting Lou changed my life because I had an indifferent early education. . And I've never been inspired and Lou totally totally inspired me. . So I did the design history coast always chose lose options. . I'm a first coast I remember intensely was looking at fashion characteristic lieu of all levels from eighteen fifty to one, , thousand, , nine, , hundred. . So to me, , undeniably, , the most desirable seminar choice was to choose. . And look amazing the buses and crinoline gowns in. . Paris. . But it was a question of your shot at first I was shot. . So I ended up with the conditions of working class. . Taylor's in London's east end instead of the. . Account tell you I was devastated. . Anyway. . At the end of the session, lose , both drizzle and within five minutes of talking to her. . I was inspired and I think he changed the whole course of my interest because from that point tone low have come back to us from that point on minded was in what can Klaus history in everyday lives in the reality of fresheners opposed to fashions miss. . So I did my degrade thesis in one, , thousand, nine, , , hundred, , eighty, , four. . On the influence of Hollywood on cheap levels of ready to and fashion in the nineteenth in America. .

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Interview with Amy de la Haye

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:00 min | 3 months ago

Interview with Amy de la Haye

"With over seven billion people in the world, we all have one thing in common every day we all get dressed welcome to dressed the history of fashion a podcast we explore the WHO, what win of why we see where we are fashion stories and your hosts cast Zachary and April Callaghan. So casts are very regular. Listeners will remember that a few weeks back. We had a very fun episode on floor. Which is, of course, the Victorian language and symbolism of flowers, and at the very tail end of that episode I kind of teased that we would. Cover the rose in an upcoming episode, and while that episode is now it is today and not only is it today is also now two episodes because there is so so so much to say on this topic. Yes, and not as wide today we are so pleased to announce that we are being joined by Amy Della. Hey, the author of the newly released the rose in fashion ravishing and. Also she is a CO curator of an upcoming exhibition at the museum fit which will export this very same topic. Yes and a her co curator on this project is our lovely friend colleen. Hill who has yet to join us on dressed but she will do so soon, colleen, I hate to Pester my friends who are like, I'm working on my phd right now and also working full time. She will join us but. The exhibition itself was actually slated to open this past September. Well, you know pandemic twenty, twenty everything's been postponed. So we very much look forward to seeing this exhibition when it does open in the future absolutely, and this exhibition has been in the works for quite some time and it's been an international effort. Of course, the museum at sat is in New York City while Professor Della. Hey is in London. She is the root, Stein Hopkins Chair of dress history and curatorship at the College of fashion where she KOTEREC's with Judith. Clark and for so many years amy worked as a curator at the Victoria. Albert. Museum in London, of course, which has one of the most significant. Fashion and textile collections worldwide amy, we are so pleased to welcome you to trust amy I'd like to start today I by asking how you came to the field of fashion studies. This is actually something that I've been asking a lot of our guests recently and it's always so interesting and you know I'm always delighted to hear some of our favorite scholars quote unquote origin stories. Well, I, didn't really know I wanted to do I grew up in Brighton on the south of England and was interested in sort of those big punk scene than a big growth. The new romantic scene I was always interested in dress I always love textiles by ozone you I didn't want work. In elite fashion and setting in the fashion industry. Founded course that my mother found course at Brighton out gold and it was a good design history and it was the second year had been established. And whilst I've been excessively universities elsewhere in the country, I stayed in my hometown partly because Brian was brilliant place to grow up. But because there was at coast from by Lou Taylor on this fashion. And the minute I read about that I thought. That's the course me. And actually doing lose unit and meeting Lou changed my life because I had an indifferent early education. And I've never been inspired and Lou totally totally inspired me. So I did the design history coast always chose lose options. I'm a first coast I remember intensely was looking at fashion characteristic lieu of all levels from eighteen fifty to one, thousand, nine, hundred. So to me, undeniably, the most desirable seminar choice was to choose. And look amazing the buses and crinoline gowns in. Paris. But it was a question of your shot at first I was shot. So I ended up with the conditions of working class. Taylor's in London's east end instead of the. Account tell you I was devastated. Anyway. At the end of the session, lose both drizzle and within five minutes of talking to her. I was inspired and I think he changed the whole course of my interest because from that point tone low have come back to us from that point on minded was in what can Klaus history in everyday lives in the reality of fresheners opposed to fashions miss. So I did my degrade thesis in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four. On the influence of Hollywood on cheap levels of ready to and fashion in the nineteenth in America.

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"amy della" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"amy della" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"Be ashamed of what color you control over that. I mean there's no control and and you know what she could. She could declare herself black. She'd like yeah. I'm in <hes> amy della valle did and she can also give you know about of of that nine million dollars worth she can give it away. Yeah you better than i think. It's my phone. That's our alarm. That's eric's alarm. I commented on that thing and i said well. It's real easy if you're if you feel white and privileged you're worth ten million dollars. I was just give all your money away. Give it to give it to a minority. She's not going to do that because he's lying. She's a pander bear. She's a pander bear where he's on the pander express. That's a t-shirt idea right there pendlebury to sell the chad brezler show pander bear express t-shirts. We'll get right on that. No that's absolutely nuts that you're gonna come out. I mean what what wh that is that is again these rich and wealthy entitled title people who are out there trying to pander to these folks and they don't mean a word. There's just gonna say you know. She's just wants to give it away. Give give it away. I mean i guess back to these actresses and actors that has have to raise attention to themselves so they know they're going to put something like fatness. Yeah yeah you know i it. Doesn't it makes you look so silly in the end. I don't remember the nine years old and it took you sixty years to realize that you want to say that. I don't know what it is about. People who wanna get out there publicly and say dumb things just really dumb things. I mean look. I lost a lot a lot of stuff off the cuff but i mean come on like lance. Armstrong gets on and you remember lance armstrong. He won seven straight toward the france in legally and you know he was doping himself on steroids and so you know he had testicular cancer and all that stuff so he tweets he says i can't drop many people on a bike these today's but i just blew the doors off. Mike pence on nantucket bike path day made. I retweeted it and our commented. I said boy that must that takes a lot. Aww ball <hes>. He took one off but i mean that's just <hes> i mean mike. Pence is sixty years old out leisurely riding a bike and you're out there off. Mike pence is my sixty yeah. I give my l._s. Nut to ride a bike with us just so there it is there it is and by the way there's a funny funny like the in everett washington which i love because i do shows there every year and ever great folks up there and they always show up and we have a good time but you know they got the they got the girls wearing the bikinis or the lingerie bikini-clad baristas. They're wanting to <hes> the coffee shop. Nothing's been there for a long time right kansas. They've been doing that coffee shop awhile right. It's been up there for like a decade because it's still up there and it was just great business and when i'm there i'm buying coffee. That's where i'm going. I'm not going to starbucks zach. Why gotta hate on these girls trying to express themselves. Serve you some legal joe college tuition yeah. They're going into education. They got it here to ever dress code right which requires workers quick serve retailers a cover there brass their backs their torsos there but talks wchs pubic areas while on the job in other words. You gotta wear a onesie. I mean you've got to put on a full jumpsuit there anyway. Let these girls sling. Their coffee. Naked put their pasties and pastries on a plate. I don't see the problem and it would be a great name pasties and paste treasures probably if you're funded by some of this stuff then why go don't go don't go don't go. I got strip clubs right. I mean fine. Don't go those those offend you. Go to don't go to interstate good but would you say it's a strip clubs really not that good thirty nine thursdays well actually you can get steak and lobster the laws for ten bucks. Had it pretty damn good. I regarding the line now that was told to me by yeah all right jeffrey epstein's dead. We're going to see what comes out of eric. Thanks for hanging out. Hey man. I'm so happy to be here. Thanks for having me stick around. We're gonna talk about the clinton. Body count you tomorrow night so we're gonna. We're risking our lives for our viewers. Don't do we're gonna do it. We're gonna talk about and we'll have a good time with it. Gonna bring the laws episode that we ever do. We're gonna we're gonna bring sarah gonzales and let her let her way in on it and we're going to have have have a good time. Gotta give a shout. Get look at these boots. I wanna pair those boots good friends at lane boots on. If you just stand up um your jacket man. You're awfully sharp today. Well just book. It's got an american flag on your good friend but it could get to know 'em now every time i give steve. Steve free stuff. He's grown. Oh look the way this is yeah. That's true anyway. I love you guys. Go to our podcast offered share it. I don't care if you watch it on facebook. I know people people do because i love the comments i watch it. Live on facebook as well but when you're done if you if you don't mind <hes> and you have a facebook page go find the youtube link or the podcast link it share it to your twitter or to your facebook or wherever it may be <hes> you know there's some other social media platforms out there that we like to share like all social and parlor the p._r. L. e. r. a. put content on there as well but just <hes> help us help us get it out. There man you guys have been great loyal listeners. It's been fun watching this thing grow and we we kind of had a weird transition because we were blowing the doors off with with our former publisher and and you know then we came over here and we made some adjustments started doing more content content and more days and folks are like well. We're logging when you sit in a truck while i like making money so share okay. This is the day job people. This is the the data we do plenty in the truck as well willie says hi by the way candy see the queen. Just the queen going want going forward canvas. Yes you're just going to be the queen okay. That's what i'm done fighting with the sierra with k with the see yeah there you go yeah. I'm just gonna embrace it from now on quincy d._c. Puppetmaster mark doc party foul steve for the chad fraser show eric ransom gonna. I'm gonna push into run for congress. I'm seriously considering sorry. I think you should they should all right. I love y'all god bless you. We'll talk to you next time. Don't be a jeffrey epstein..

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