17 Burst results for "Amy Jay"

"amy jay" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"So you just barely can catch her. Enough stories suppose whatever age after you after this there. Are you ready get under the covers? Listeners before we get under the covers I'd like to share some benefits available to. You our listeners. If you sign up for our email list that our websites, Charlotte released PODCAST DOT COM. We will send you a free e book the first book in Christmas courtroom. We promise not to spam you. That just takes way too much time. We just provide a bow newsletter. Let listeners know what's coming and engage with the shows Also, if you'd like to support your favorite local independent bookstore and get audio books at the same time. You can join the Libro Dot, FM L. E. R.. O. FM and if you use the Promo Code Charlotte reader, that's all one word men from Charlotte but you can still be a charlotte reader to get this benefit when you use that Promo. Code. You're going to get two bucks for the price of one. When you join it Labor's fourteen fourteen. I'm monthly membership lower. This is a great way to support your local independent bookstore and get the great audiobooks at the same time. So check it out. Okay so we're talking about. love catches up with. Wanda. Petunia authored Amy Jay Williams also illustrated. Amy Jane, Williamson. Amy Did you think of yourself as an illustrator or did you sit down with a pencil and pen and go at I've never thought of myself as an illustrator or a writer I? Just do it because I love it and I think it's that passion appointing to share that overcomes any inadequacy or inhibition and unlike. Just feel the. Like. Compelling to do it, and so I just do. So we know the pigs fly, we got you illustrate in the book Third Question Tell us about the title WanNa catches up with love. How did she lose love? Well, the beginning of the Book Wanda Petunias in Love She's very much in love and then she finds her boyfriend kissing another pig and so it's a story of betrayal. And It's a personal quandary that actually comes up a lot in my therapy practice Of being hurt or betrayed, and yet you don't want to let that takeover or ruin your life and so. In the beginning she's betrayed and. The story just takes off from there. Now. I. Listen to your park asked and you said that even though you are a therapist, your human too you've got your own. Issues that you work on and and WanNa between just been away for you to Kinda. Kinda hone in on that focus on loving yourself first because I think you're macho. In, order to love others, you get comfortable with in your own skin first of all the right track. Definitely. Yeah. I mean Jesus teach that love love your neighbor as yourself and it just makes sense like the more you love yourself in the better you feel about yourself the more gracious and. Like, carrying, you can be to other people. Okay. So the inciting incident which always happens in a novel at least in this little book here with one Tanya is we got a a pig in the pigs ben portrayed and. So she doesn't WanNa. Let this i. he told me the sunset on her anger, and so she sets off on a mission gives a little synopsis of what this journey is like for for. Wanda. Wanda's journey is it's really the heroes or the heroine's journey. It's A. Journey of transformation where she has been betrayed and she wants to feel her feelings she's Rootin- Madden's Norton Mad, and she's very sad but she also doesn't want to let the sun set on her anger and so the only creative option she can come up with this to make a trip around the planet. And so it's really the foundation of so much of what I do is that create tension of. How can you let yourself feel your feelings but you also have aspirations for something more and so. It's this transformative journey which in Wanda's world, we call a rainbow heart excuse me it's the. Three you take the hurts of life and you transform them into something better, and that's the hope that you share with other people. You have a message. I suppose this is for audiences. Adults and children is that true and it's really more for adults in teenage girls. And I've had some kids younger kids definitely younger kids connect more with Wanda plus cheese and and even idea of like liking and loving yourself like I've done a lot of like superhero workshops with kids were they identify their superpowers and we? Bring in Wand in outweigh. But I mean want has been performed as a musical three times with teenage girls at a music academy and so it's you know teenage girls connect with a two because it's. You know they have a lot of feelings. You know it's and one does a great character like a lot of people that know, Wanda always ask what would want to do and You know have relationships. It's like when you create a character people form relationships of the character that don't have anything to do with me. So Wanda has a life way beyond amy now, where other people have their own adventures with her? Well, there's also humor embedded in the book because afflicted open here, and there's this page where. Wanda's get some tears as boyfriend at turned out to be a real swab. That's a great. As a great way to describe the Fella who went polite. Maybe somebody turned him into baking or something. So said before we have you do a little reading here I WANNA. Talk about your. This is a fun story you shared with me About when you were a child and you're working on a pick form of all places and you stood up To to the man I guess to the pig man and you told him what I mean it was actually a family member. Getting too much more than that but But I would, as a young girl wanted to be a veterinarian and I would work at the vet and I would work on farms and I was there and pigs don't sweat and so if they're inside like an farrowing house, if you don't have a sprinkler on them it's like suffocating because they can't go role they roll in the mud to cool down and so the sprinkler got turned off to save money and I could see that they were suffering in I complained and said that wasn't okay and I got fired. And I can still remember riding my bicycle home and crying not really for myself. But just for the animals because you know I felt that compassion for them, they were caged and not being treated well and. So, I just think it's important to speak up and coming up a lot now in our culture being able to speak up against wrongs and so as hard as I can be on myself. I'm proud of myself that even at a young age, I was always willing to stand up when I saw. South one human or animal being mistreated. ascraeus sounds like you went on normally own and. I mean it was many decades later when Wanda came into my life and as a pig like I didn't plan that you know like when the name Rhonda Petunia the character came I didn't select that it was the incarnation of how she came to me which I think is one of the joys of life how we get blessed. So unexpectedly like isn't that a fun twist in life that. You know pigs didn't have a voice when I was a child protesting on their behalf. But then this character came with a voice that really teaches humane treatment of all beings including self. So. Now you've got the original book, love catches up with of potential you've also get. The Book Wanda Pertain Your Hearts Love Self Love you've got another book Wanda..

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"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Area. I was shocked. that. Seattle was a playoff team last year. A young players delivered decay metcalf delivered so I would bet the over on Seattle tomorrow we will do. The A. F. C. over and unders. All those odds provided by Fox Chris Simms NBC sports a around the corner his thoughts on the draft. We just saw some things going on with Aaron Rodgers. That's around the corner. Be Short catch live. Editions of the Heard Weekdays at noon, eastern nine am Pacific on Fox. Sports Radio F S One and the iheartradio APP. Hey, guys. It's Amy Jay and I'm so excited to announce at four season.

"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Players. About Teddy's last team. The New Orleans Saints Ten and a half wins over under I just think it's I think there are really good football team, but that's a huge number very few teams when eleven and twelve games in the NFL breezes, forty one years old divisions significantly better. So I mean. I think they could absolutely split with Atlanta's split with Tampa and split with Carolina. They're very good. I think they should be favored to win the division, but ten and a half a huge number I would just. I think there are a popular team, so people will bet the over I bet the under. Tom Brady and the Tampa. Bay Bucks Nine and a half wins over under again. Good. That's a huge number I'd say bet the under I. Think Tom and Bruce Arians because they didn't have OTA's. And because of the virus could be choppy in September their schedule by the way they play the AFC west. So that's that's day at the beach. They gotTA play Kansas City. They've got to play the chargers. They gotta play Denver and Oakland. And let's just be honest. This could be a very good football team. It's doubtful they're humming in September so when I get a look at their schedule next Thursday. The NFL releases it all of a much better feeling, but I would say under nine and a half. The. Arizona cardinals seven and a half wins over under again I think the rebuilding and they're going in the right direction, but they feel like a six or seven win team to me. I think the NFC. West is just too damn good. I just think it's too good, and I still think their defense is a Mass Isaiah Simmons I'll help but their defense last year was the worst in the NFL and facing now Garoppolo, Shanahan, mcvay Goth Russell Wilson so I think they're rebuilding in the right direction, but that divisions too hard to flip in a year. The La Rams eight and a half wins over under. I'm I'm going to go under I think they're at five hundred. It's close to a push, but I e. you're not gonNA. Push eight and a half so I would go under too many losses like Dante Fowler Wade Phillips. They have a new coordinator. I, do like that. Jared Goff wants the restructure is contract, but Brandin cooks. I was never a huge fan of, but he can plays gone. They'll need. Josh mcreynolds to be healthy and play so i. feel the divisions good, and I feel eight nine I. Think it's real close to the number. I'd probably go under. San Francisco Forty niners half wins over under again it's. Replacing Joe, Staley with Trent Williams would give me an over. I think they got to starters in the first round, I think Trent Williams is a huge get arrested Trent Williams so that. That leads me to believe they're just gonNA keep on rolling. The Seattle, seahawks nine and a half wins over under. I think it's an easy over. They were eleven and five last year, despite massive injuries, especially down the stretch, so Russell Wilson's one ten plus Games in seven seasons. I think I. The NFC championship feels like Seattle's going to be in it. I they went and got a couple of starters defensively in the draft, they also got Quinton Dunbar and Bruce Irvin Dunbar will start at corner, so Seattle, you're shocked me. They were a lot and I'm from the area. I was shocked. that. Seattle was a playoff team last year. A young players delivered decay metcalf delivered so I would bet the over on Seattle tomorrow we will do. The A. F. C. over and unders. All those odds provided by Fox Chris Simms NBC sports a around the corner his thoughts on the draft. We just saw some things going on with Aaron Rodgers. That's around the corner. Be Short catch live. Editions of the Heard Weekdays at noon, eastern nine am Pacific on Fox. Sports Radio F S One and the iheartradio APP. Hey, guys. It's Amy Jay and I'm so excited to announce at four season finale of my podcast list. List we same Jay. We have NBA, all star and Mental Health Advocate Kevin, love nothing robs us of more human potential than mental illness it, so it's like the the pandemic that nobody's.

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"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The world's not coming to an end college basketball is not over. I do think that you know if you continue to lose every year your top five to ten incoming freshmen and then you lose your top five to ten freshman. That are playing. I now you start to get more like more and more like college. Baseball is college basketball. More part of our fabric it is but there are additional challenges and I don't know if the NBA season adjusting. Their schedule really really hurts college basketball in the future. We don't know what the NFL schedule. Looks like college? Football schedule looks like and to not have had conference tournaments. Ncaa tournament for year to continue to lose in public perception. I do think I do think we'll hurt the sport. The good news is and this is an important part. It will provide more opportunities. I believe for players right. 'cause all right however many players go to the miners go to the G. League that will open up. More scholarships individual and basketball and soccer teams are going down to one to two division to still going to be three hundred and fifty two plus teams playing Division One basketball. And you're still going to be thirteen scholarships on a team that that's more opportunities from where kids I think it's more opportunity for more coaches because the challenge to the G. League is your. Are you really gonNA keep giving Guys Their First Head coaching job? If they're going to be in charge of somebody's player development. That doesn't seem you want to have. But the more coaches and really maybe G. League coaches should come from the college ranks assistant coaches who have long been development guys who want that opportunity and it it will provide more coaching opportunities for more people and maybe better recruitment because instead of instead of having assistant coaches who recruit kind of the old fashioned way some programs have moved to the. Hey you gotTa Son. I'll hire you or hey you got two guys. I'll hire you now. This is always occurred higher one to get one but it's important to point out that I actually think that the I think that the name and likeness stuff should should come out is cut out some of the cheating. Will there be like Organized Cheating Chore. Absolutely a bunch of people to pull in some money and we'll have you do an ad here and having avenue in appearance here and we'll pay you for it there and maybe you get half of what you're promised but at least there won't be the true cheating but also will eliminate the need to hire somebody's dad brother a guy as a as a coach in order to get a player. We don't need to do that anymore. Now just get him some money from their name image and likeness and maybe that opens up those assistant coaching positions and recruiting positions to the old fashioned assistant coach recruiter. Just a thought anyway. I hope you enjoyed it. I'm Doug Alley Been. This is all. Hey guys it's Amy Jay and I'm so excited to announce that for the season finale of my podcast. Let's be real him. Jay We have NBA All star and mental health advocate. Kevin love nothing robs us of more human potential than mental illness. It's so it's like the pandemic that nobody's talking about. We.

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"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Like social media. Do you use it and scouting? No, but one thing I. did he get sending these videos? you know him working out my goodness. He looked good and so I know he's still moves well you. There is some challenge when you've been away from the game for a little bit Kyle has a ton of comfort with Trent because he. Is, he's pension and He's the guy who as a great passion for the game. I, guess you'd take a little bit of leap there, but we needed to do something when you know, Staley who's been just a a stalwart, a foundational player for this organization, both on and off the field You know decided to retire respected that decision, but we're very fortunate that drink. Williams was there to be had and and They made sweat they until day three. We certainly wanted that done before the draft. Ron Rivera and I had good dialogue and were able to pull it off on day three of the draft. This whole, you know it's funny John You're. You're like Steve Kerr like anything you choose to do. You're just GonNa you work at it? You're going to be successful. You put in the time Is there one thing about GM? That is. Is More challenging. Maybe I would have never guessed. I talked to a GM wants about this, and he said listen man he goes, he goes. You got an owner to balance yeah. I get calls at three in the morning. He goes. You know there's a little parental stuff going on here that he was telling me this about a year ago. Is there something about the GM having been a player? Having been a broadcaster? Debt has been either cooler than you thought or tougher than you thought. All I think there's things on both sides cooler than I thought it's it's really fun. I didn't realize how much I like building things and looking at the entire picture. I've always kind of had a natural inclination to lead ability to bring people together. And I think that's one of my strengths is. I'm not afraid I think some people see it as a weakness to to to listen to a lot of people There were a lot of smart people already in place When I got to San Francisco pragmatism example yeah, and he'd been vilified. They don't, but he's brilliant and he helps me a lot. When it comes to thinking about salary cap and trade and things, Collins. A Guy I want to know done this not linked with the coach that I thought was Special Tucker. It just never stops calling you know. It never stops. You're right at all hours. You better be available I. do think that's where having played. People say you know that nontraditional route, but being a player it just I think it gives you a great ability. The best teachers that I was around Tony Dungy the Bill Walsh is. The Mike Shanahan's and. Focused on what you can control, you gotta thousand things going. Take one thing at a time, and I think having been a player, and it is great training in that respect, and you just trust your people, so we're having fun You know there's there's a lot of people that are real talented that that I'm competing against. That were competing against them. I'm enjoying it I. Feel like we're getting better. last year was tough, getting close, not calling it off, but. You know we very much want to get back and put ourselves in position to compete for championships and pick. We've got a good off season to do that. Yes, yes, you're getting the high draft grades. Great talking to you! always appreciate it and I! Follow you either very few people in sports that are easier to root for the John Lynch Buddy and keep it up. Thanks man. Thanks for calling. All right you, too. Yeah. It's GM's I talk to. They're like listen. You got you got the owner. Billionaires can get moody. You got players. They're young, so you're dealing with billionaires, new millionaires and I mean it's a lot of pressure like it's just the NFL now it's funny. Joy Is there. There's there's I'm trying to think of the slow month in the NFL this year. There's been none. This year. There's. February sixth. No because free agency starts in March. It's almost it's almost I. Guess I would say this. June. Usually not this year, but June. Because you got Kinda take. Your Vaca- because Jalozai you gotta get ready for camp. But I mean it's that I would say made. In. The NBA six weeks of fun, and then we go back. Go back to work. All right rick. BUCUR IS GONNA stop by his thoughts on the NBA plan if they have one and where we're at currently now on an NBA season Ben Watson the Super Bowl Champ, all-time, smart guy former patriot. former raven saints as well Brown's to he'll be joining us last hour. Be Sure to catch live editions of the heard Weekdays at noon eastern nine am Pacific on Fox Sports Radio One and the iheartradio APP. Hey, guys, amy, Jay and so. So excited to announce that four be season finale of my podcast list. We Ruth Him Jay. We have NBA star and Mental Health Advocate Kevin love nothing robs us of more human potential than mental illness. It's so it's like the pandemic that nobody's talking about. We talk about Kevin's journey with his anxiety depression, and of course his amazing NBA career. Listen to let's be real. The Sammy J on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast. I did see yesterday joy. I don't know if you noticed it in. Los Angeles when I drove home, there was traffic. Like yesterday was like they're like. People are nothing against Gavin.

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"amy jay" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"He bailed on us so they'll never be back on. I don't even know who he is anyway. Dude came with us and so we get up there and originally without like park get something to eat no big deal show all starts at seven we got there like four fifty five Got Plenty of time well turns out. There's line there's already line there and we already had tickets but it was for general admission so it was assigned seating so you just got whatever seats you got you know when he went in there and we saw these lines and crap like we're forced to outstanding this line now because we wanted to sit together and we wanted to DC so we starved to almost near death it was is a near death experience. It was also a beautiful autumn day. Perfect in Chicago outside. It was really nice out so we stand in line in for like an hour get inside got our seats really good seats right up. Front the really cool part about we were at the music box theatre in Chicago doesn't like Wrigley Ville Yeah just north of there. A couple blocks few blocks something like that and they. It's an old school theatre where they only have I think to excuse Greens and they have an organised playing in the beginning. Instead of running any like ads or play with his organ right yeah organised playing with pianist organist playing with his organ. Yes and he does a great job in the beginning about half an hour. He plays organ music and it actually really good. Yeah it's really neat to me. After about fifteen minutes. You're like okay. Okay Sounds Oregon. Yeah but I just think it's neat. It's like nostalgic bringing back the old school theater of Vibe Really good seats like I said and and then literally the Director of the movie and Star comes walking out right in front of you on this small stage. I I mean it wasn't a talking about a show. We knew there were coming. I understand we knew. I just really think it's amazing to see a movie with the Director and Star of the show. They're presenting it to you. You don't get to see that much I mean. Who else have you seen do that? Besides Kevin Smith Right. No I mean that the the idea with this movie is it does. It is getting released to theaters. And every city that they go to the premier it becomes really they release it in that city at that time and then I also like two weeks prior to this they had a nationwide fathom event screening so that would be like maybe there was two screenings on a Tuesday. That was all over but it isn't wider release and it isn't release in Chicago and about six or seven theaters. They listed The biggest one is the one in Naperville the closest one to us but yeah I mean he's the only one. I've been a two of his other movies that they they have toured live. Yeah and that's how they chose to release this movie and Indie movie really is. It's a crowd funded any movie essentially Lia which is a it's fan own production company YEP And they've been films Sabban Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Yes was the distributor of it and So they knew. This wasn't going to be a blockbuster. That's not that type of the movie. So they spent ten million dollar budget which is pretty low very and there are touring across the country and doing live. QNA afterwards and it's great. I mean honestly. It's it's a really fun interactive way to go see an artist you really like but also see the movie which is great and then see all the the people that are there that same stuff that you like. It's great it's a great idea and I don't know I mean I don't know how much the money they make off of it or anything like that figuring there had to be one hundred Grand Theater. Oh Yeah easy and I just think it's amazing that you see a guy that passionate about what he's putting out right. I mean it's genuine. I mean it's genuine across the board and the reason I I truly believe that because we listen to basically all of his podcasts. All of his youtube stuff we. We've seen them live and he says the same thing over and Over again about these about that movie like it's as heart and soul. He had a really big like emotional like break with this heart attack which is also widely known when you have any sort of heart problem or heart surgery surgery you have like an emotional change in you. You really have an emotional change. My GRANDPA had heart surgery and became super emotional after his his heart. Surgery is bypass and it and it does they all. It's proven by science that if you have have anything happen to your heart in emotional change will happen to you good or bad you know but a lot of people get much more emotional after something like that happens and he has. How's he was always emotional about TV stuff? But I feel like he's getting more emotional about life right you know and he he put this movie out and you can tell it in the movie he put it out as something that was the last of its kind a last view askew now movie so view askew meaning that's their production company. Meaning it's an interconnected universe worth clerks irks chasing Amy Jay and silent Bob Strike Back. They're all set mallrats. They're all set same character. Same Universe Dogmas one of them. The stories don't always intersect stories. Always Intersect is is Jersey euro part of that. I don't think so but I'd have to watch it referenced in the movie okay. Yeah Maybe Yeah I. It was referenced. I don't know if it's part of it but it was referenced by Ben Affleck and his. Okay okay well anyway. Yeah so you could tell. He thought it was going to be the last one he famously wanted to do. Clerks three couldn't make it happen so he thought this was his last chance at Macon can climb closing up the universe and turns out great thing I mean he's GonNa make clerks three now so he is that's amazing. They made amends with Jeffrey Anderson. I I thought one of the coolest things is. He came out introduced movie. They go to play the movie and he walks back and sits right in the middle of the theater with the fans with fan watches the entire movie. Yeah how would you like to be that guy or girl sitting on either side of him in the movie theater and watching his film with him right. That would have blown my mind if you would have been bias. What would you have done been crazy? You know like would you. I don't even we know if you'd pay attention to the show. I think I'd just stare at him out of the corner of my eye the entire time it'd be like Ab try to touch his leg. I don't know and it's funny. Though I mean the crowd there was electric man. There was some big fans really was. It was like a a hippie concert answered outside I mean it was as soon as we walk past. The lines side. Looks like literally up in smoke but anyway so they play the movie And it was really really really fun. It's a really fun if you're a fan and if you're you would have to but you would have to be a fan at least casually you. You'd have to know some of his movies in order to get quite a few of the jokes as I'll say this you would think it's funny. It's very funny. There's lots of jokes. It's great but you gotta be a fan of Kevin Smith and his movies to watch this movie not only in. You'RE GONNA have no idea what's going on pretty much right. It's not we both all said this afterwards and I thought it was interesting. It didn't feel like a traditional movie in the sense of like it was shot like a movie ear. Had the plot like a movie or the lighting was like a movie. The sound design was kind of odd. If fell almost like an hour and a half long youtube video. It was like the plot was just like side. Note to the gags on the Jokes Nest Silja. Yes so it was. All Nostalgia driven the entire movie was driven. It was like a I don't WanNa say like a retrospective or anything like that. But the kind of I mean it was like look back at what I've done and it's going to be through through the story of this movie of what I've done. All these people are going to come back which is great to see part like partial story. Lines are gonNA come back and then he said it from the beginning like this is the almost the identical movie to Jay and Silent Bob. Strike back the the GAG. Yeah and and it is. That's what it is What I was most impressed about honestly was Kevin Smith's daughter Harley he I mean for God's Sakes Causes Casts his daughter in the lead role of the move right basically and and And it is funny because she so he had said in an in an interview or on a podcast one of the two whatever. I've listened to that a lot of people of told him that Harvey looks like arly. Yeah I said Harvey because I have a news article about Harvey Weinstein Count in front of me. Yeah that's the bad mixup Harley. Looks a lot like J.. Like she resembles j. a lot just in normal daily life. That's a lot I don't I don't know I don't really see it but I think it's just because she's blonde to be honest but a lot of people have told them that. So that's why he he put that in the movie. Is that like. I'M GONNA put Harley as his daughter because I've been like teased about it or people have brought it up for a long time and I have. I have not liked her acting. No and I rolled my eyes at it in the first place. Because I'm like you know. Come on like he had just making making stuff now to be vehicles like push it out there but honestly like she did a really good job he was good she was good and she did a good job and for for the role that she had. I mean I mean she is not perfect I mean you could. She's a very. I mean there will be a million better actors you probably could've chosen absolutely serviceable missile. Fine good enough job yeah. It was a little clunky at times but she was fine but for the role she had. And what we've seen of her before it was hell hell. She's been she's much better than before the so. That was a red flag to me but it ended up being fine and actually later on in the movie. She has some pretty good jokes that kind of work. And what I think for me personally like if you came to have never seen her before you're going to say you're going to notice right away. It's it's not the best performance but I was coming into it thinking it's going to be dog shit. I don't like her acting. I don't even basically like how she talks. Normally as a human being cannot stand it just. She's very La. You know. And I don't know but so I came in with very low. Expectations and veterans. Do not like her instagram. It was better than that. Yeah I don't either and and we.

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"amy jay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

Someone's Gotta

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

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"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

Someone's Gotta

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

"There's a feature word that <hes> you'll randomly start chatting with someone you have five minutes and they don't like reveal your scream or anything you have like five minutes to determine if you wanna share screen names and then if you wanna share screen names than you can keep talking afterwards and they're all around the world sounds kind of fun but there used to be this thing called chat roulette when i was in oh yeah let it wasn't just like penis penis penis yeah but it turned into that real they would show its it's videos rolling on the other side so you'd be sitting and then they'd they'd match you with someone really quick so you could start video chatting and most of the time it was just someone jacking off. Beat is key. I'm sorry of once again male bashing. I get so tired of mental you was he. My penis not really good rousing. Laurie limiting gets asset. I'm i'm sorry i've never been asked that we know i on the dick pic while sitting here so what do you think of though i eat them you hate you. Gotta listen to episode one of my podcast. Oh i i just think they're unnecessary and the same i feel about the same or the men who stand in front the mirror and take their selfie and <hes> a looks like a leather sweater. Put a show shirt on yeah. It's yeah yeah that's the age difference prince and with that. I think we'll end the podcast. My name's amy jay. Thanks for listening to someone's gotta again. If you're listening on itunes spotify.

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"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

Someone's Gotta

08:29 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

"But that's i think helped environment of the women working together 'cause it's it's a female oriented business it smelled a female dominated it's actually really nice to work with females who are who approach it that way in most cases it's very empowering and it's very i'm most recently in texas both born in california so i'm kind of the same way you say like let's talk about it yeah i like i would rather you and i hash it out here now in go through some uncomfortable shit then oh i'll think about it for the next like tony ryan let hillary by guy yeah and i'm kind of i'm maybe i'm the type of person that wants a loss words and maybe that's where this comes in but it's just like let me just fucking squash it life is too short to yeah talk about like soandso's that's not about me in so like whatever i think i learned the most about it they joined the army when i was nineteen and i went to basic training and i was one of the oldest girls there because i went during the summer in the summer the ages skew more toured seventeen seventeen year olds because that's you can join you're junior year of high school and then go the basic training finisher senior year and then go to your job training and i was in college so i did my studies and and then went to basic training training a lot of people that join the army obviously in underserved communities and things like that but you living eight in a bay with sixty women you don't have your own room you don't share their rory oh it's worse you're sleeping keeping in like within a fee a foot of another person end they i mean it takes weeks to adjust to that scenario with women because they are at each other's throats and i i do consider myself like i will stand up for myself by never tried stir the pot in like a girl pulled my hair one time and not have closest i got to like getting in a fight and it was all because like i turn the lights on my if you allow things things like that that have made me a very like aggressive in quotes woman where if i have a problem with someone i'm gonna tell them what they did wrong to me and then if they don't respond andy way that i was anticipating er would have hoped were done you know what i mean like yeah i will address it with you if you don't feel any type of remorse or we don't have to you know talk anymore you know i just not that person so but i think women are a lot harder to be close with men like i've more oh absolutely yeah they emily i agree i don't know why but also you could have sex with them so i know where you're reminded oh i know i mean there is something to that but i think it's just that women have so many bad experiences with other women women and it only takes as little as one bad experience was a female friend or colleague to just be like fuck this yeah i don't trust women in we just kind of put other women into that box and just make that assumption ally and it's really hard to to come out of that i agree i think 'em when like in high school i mentioned earlier like i was like leave victim of i'm like shit like just dumb petty ass like i think amy i was telling her about the other day like a louis i went to high school in southeast kansas i had like really small seventy five on my graduating class in then i moved there my sophomore year in high school from which chow just like the big city again oh but because but i walked into a situation of people that had lift and gone to school and then friends and like built relationships yeah consecutively since kindergarten and like it was it's rare to have somebody moved to town right you're yeah sophomore year of high school so i showed up in at the jump was like pretty well accepted and then started dating and it was like everything change i like yeah so there is like are everything's very cliquey end like there is a group of like overeat people in every class and it was like sectioned off further into like females and males an it was like solidified in not only the parking lot that we had which is fucking are they really care about straws you part if you you were like an ag person you parked in a specific live you were like sports focus you practice specific lot fewer alternative you parked in a specific when in reality they called it the skank why which and like just rude an awful now but you know i mean again it's another like mean romar like i definitely was not nice show like whatever anyway so but after i feel like after i left high school because i went through so much drama and shit with these girls who again at the beginning of my friends and then completely turned on me by by mid way you know prompt junior year 'cause i asked someone i wasn't those do apparently 'em 'cause they may cause delete groups meted all good and promised remember high school so well because i don't remember a moment of high school and they literally walking out of the day i thought i would remember highschool forever because it was traumatizing but i've like blocked most of it out of my mind because it was just so shitty wasn't like i wasn't like the pretty girl anything like i sweat shirts every day and then i just thought that everyone cared about that nobody nobody gave a fuck that i booked the way i looked in writing me a long time to like get through that part but i was lucky to go to like a really big high school in like you know someone i went to high school listen and everyone is like that everyone wanted to welcome people and i was very fortunate like we still clicks right i would say that like there was no mean girls situation in my high school experience which great but maybe it's because they didn't see me as a threat anonymous rent one ninety thing is like i think that was part of what it was formulas like i wasn't new girl coming in and like it was very territorial for these little bit and then like i get it i respect that but i also think it's fucking ridiculous that you just can't be friends with yeah i mean like i dunno i say that and i'm also the person like maybe joining out especially in like all the time i meet people that mhm i dunno tricky it really is all right will end it there we've been talking for a while okay you ladies were coming on the podcast podcast is the someone's got a podcast again if you're listening on the i heart i tune spotify wherever you're listening give us a review if it's not a five i don't want you're rating unfortunately but you could be my name's amy jay thanks for listening next week's topic on i have to do in the studio next week we were talking about growing you're cubes out because they're no matter in god they lost both it's going to be a hot topic man i functionally i got a lifelong.

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"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

Someone's Gotta

12:26 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

"I think I think you create on weird we could sacked stories when it was called, Dan man. Oh. Dan, man. I will when I was young. I started your door sales pitch. This free. Yeah defense how you prefer. Yeah. Yes. What is it paying it gets really interesting? When you see. You ready for college? How much college run two thousand dollars? That's a star. Hey, it's the someone's got a podcast. What's up? It's Amy Jay, and I'm here with Josh Bearman. What's a you almost didn't talk. So that didn't was I supposed to. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Guys quite a pop here. Yeah. Tell them about yourself. Shoutout. I'm Josh Bearman. Here to talk about side hustles and living in a van. That's why I bought my friend. Dan, the van man, Dan, man. Oh fan man tan. Dan, man. Van. Dan, gotta get writer. Man say Dan, the fan man. But at that's either way, you know, I'm open to being called whatever as long as there's van endanger the name. Oh, okay, great. Great. Okay. Now. He has an SUV, so that's the other part. This is all sham. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I, I grew up with my Toyota forerunner and they're like, hey, I thought you lived in a van. Yeah, I'm like, Well, I, I used. Two and you trade it in my traded it in. Okay. Shall we can talk about that? But yes, this is just interesting. Yeah. Interest rates Josh here. Dan is here. They're drinking. I'm not drinking cheers. We're going to talk today, about living a minimalist lifestyle and also side hustles, because, you know, some of us can't live minimalist lifestyle. So we need extra money to do extra things, if you're listening on Spotify tunes iheartradio, please give us a like subscribe, your aggressively, pushing the subscribe button over there. And goes a rating if you don't want to give us a five, I don't want to fucking rating. That's. That's all. So I guess we'll start with everyone giving us a little bio how you got here where you're from and we always like relationship status around here. Okay. John from Arizona. Currently residing in Denver, Colorado, loving it here. Getting that beautiful summer weather. Sorry, ladies I am taken for a long time to you longtime in a very loving relationship. And. To a haughty Thadi with the body. And yeah. And a little bit about side, hustling and a little bit about living in a van, not as much as my, my man, Dan. Okay. Dan near turn. All right. So, yes, my name is Dan. I do live in van. Well again, I don't even industry. What sounds so much better? When you say Lavigne say all live in SUV people like what? But if your name was Charles, we wouldn't have. Yeah, so it's just like what I say. Oh, I'm I'm stating my van tonight. I'm not staying in my van of SUV but it's just easier rolls off the tongue. A little better than makes sense. It'd be like, oh, yeah. Oh, I love in life, but no one understands SUV life. Okay. It's still mad. But where yes, so I'm from Michigan originally bowl to live near fan there. It's a little cold here as well. Your van. I'll tell you what this winter was interesting but teaches you lot about yourself but yeah, from Michigan originally moved to Zona where I met this wonderful human being right here when I was about nine. The shocker symbol. Yeah. Don't you dare? Oh, it's other way. It depends. How it depends. How you prefer pink. It gets really interesting when you see. Anyways, it gets really interesting. When you see little kids, do it. Arizona state games and they're just throwing up the shock. And you're like, that's awesome. That's for college. Whoa. Yeah. Yeah. We went to college together. I mean we met through mutual friend that was in my dorm Cowan will shout out shot. We live in a dorm, I did live in a dorm. I had housing at one point, not it was born into ban. Belong. Wow. It'd be also people who have done. Know a raised in the minimalist lifestyle. But I unfortunately was not Chris far less dead. Turn it around. Were you raised by hoarders? No bomber beating babies. And she had like, hundreds of beanie babies your SUV is not lined with beanie babies. No. I think she's still has them, though. Yeah, they're going to it's going to be a fortune one day, one day, one day those being able to make money. But yeah, so we met in Arizona, when yes, we're nineteen twenty years old. And then after that it was just kind of like I was I was very nomadic, but I did not live in a vehicle. It was I moved back to Michigan, then moved to California San Diego for about eight years. And that's when I got a little taste of people who lived in cars, as a choice, and as a lifestyle because there was all these as a choice on. Right. That isn't very important. I'm glad you caught onto that, but yeah, there is a lot of these surf bums that would live in their in the vans and just surf all day. All they're like, wow. This is fascinating in so that's where I got my little taste of like alternative living before we get there far. Yeah. What's your relationship status? Oh, yeah. Sorry. Well, I so I say. Because I want to know how women feel when you take them back to the van slash SUV. Okay. Yeah. Everyone likes to talk about that. What happens date? What happens when you go on its? Right. He does. Well, yeah. I mean to meet people. Are you single? I am single and he's ready to mingle lean reading. Yes. But I do I do like the idea of being married to my car sounds super lame. But there is, but there's this relationship you do have with your vehicle. Right. And I married to the lifestyle audio sachse vehicle. I think I can get creative on, on weird weird sex stories. It was called the whole put the spare tire. Yeah. But now to be honest with you. So, so the daylights it's interesting because I I'm I feel like I'm married to this lifestyle. So it's not necessarily the car the lifestyle, right? So I, I have so many things on my plate that attained a life in the lifestyle that dating is kind of like on the back burner. You know, I will go on to meet people, but it's not like I'm looking for a relationship, right? It's very much like I again, I like to meet people. And if you're on board with this lifestyle, and I'll come out while I guess, if we can go there, if I do go under on the podcast yet. Well, yes, this big, I know you could find a girl to pull her van up next to your van, and then, you know, sleep or whatever. And then Hika fourteen in the morning. Yeah. You'd be in heaven, heaven. Okay. Yeah, I guess if anyone's out there that lives in a Van Dyke fourteen hours, every day use the plan now use the pump from. That's right. This is. Have you seen that Netflix? It was on Netflix, Hulu the guy free solo Alto van. So. Stays in the van. But then at the end. She didn't ruin his life about a house to house. She was a bitch, the whole time. Whoa. Okay. She dropped him off the things. John time. I love and support right before he did his first free solo. He was. He was about to do any didn't want to tell her, and then he told her and she goes, would you ever consider not doing it for me? Bitch. Yeah. What, what did she do? She got smart and she left. No. And then he started to do it and freaked out and didn't do it. And then she left. Yeah. She should have been. No, they're still together though. I know. But I don't like her, and I think they shouldn't be I think she's great. I don't know if you could have done it without her support. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah, that was that was obviously, it was interesting. The other side of the table right now. I will definitely with the fact that he's, he's dedicated to what he was doing. And that's all I wanted to do. Yeah. And he met someone. And I think is great, if you don't whatever you see in the movies. Documentaries, which see, but you know that, honestly that when I saw that film, I was like, that's how I I'm dedicated to the lifestyle, and if someone wants to join and add to the experience, that's what I'm four but I just I guess I haven't met anyone yet. Yeah. Yeah. Together together. There's a difference also between the levels at which you do it like he has a kitchen. Ms van, you don't have a kitchen in your van. You know what I mean? Like my parents would spend two to three months every summer in Europe in a van Nevada also, but it had a kitchen. And like a bed, and like it was bigger than your average fan like it was not an RV. But so that part definitely intrigues me. But let's start with side hustles lately. I've been crushing the side hustle game. Nice. I place on Airbnb on the weekends. This is how we start when we started talking because I was sleeping in my garage. Okay. I had Airbnb guests in my house. Normally I camp on the weekends. Yeah. And let people stay in my house. And then I make like four to five hundred dollars a weekend. But the weekend, I had to work on Saturday. And I was like, where do I sleep with also three dogs because I also do Rover. So I had three dogs in my garage over dogs. Okay. It's OG sitting oh, the dachshund. Yeah. And I usually take the dog camping with me because what's better than that? And then I really got fucked over and I slept in my garage. Get fucked over. You got pay. Paid huger hustler the gig economy, they did it, and then I paid for a trip to believe so. Now the fuck us. Have been called the Queen of the side hustle. And I'm really excited to be making that money, but not excited to be paying taxes on that money later, not axes. No ret. You don't pay taxes. Don't tell the I think I'm gonna go on right now and say that I don't pay taxes crazy. I pay all of my attentions job, and I and I get to. Do do a little bit door Dallas, you know, and I'm planning on paying taxes on that. So they don't take taxes out don't. Yeah. You gotta keep track of that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But Josh what side hustles are you doing? You're still five settling. I've been a long time side-hustle tell us. So when, when I was young, I started door to door sales selling crack, I wasn't cracked, but it was commissioned based door to door sales. That's the ultimate muscle code knives. Wasn't cut co knives? But vaccines, don't judge? I don't judge those people. The vacuums a big ticket item to have got. One day, you're good, rich. Got in the vacuum Kirby. I did. I did windshield replacements sales. Door, which is great. You walk your windshield is, hey, man. You want this someone has to buy this into their driveway and you look at their vehicle as you walk up, and you can see that they need your services. How is it out of the ones? Trust needed a windshield in Arizona glass, damage, and wait a minute. You're, you're, you're urging trespassing to look for damage on via. You're going. Person season. Sarah, what are you doing? Oh, don't worry man. I'm just checking your car for cracks in your windshield. No worries..

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"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

Someone's Gotta

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

"Go get enhance cured your wifi network with xfinity X fine. If it's connected. It's protected. That's simple easy. Awesome. Switch to xfinity today for fast speeds and the best in home wifi experience hit. Great coverage throughout your home, plus, ask, how to get enhanced network security, safer, browsing and more with advantage. Go to dot com. Call one eight hundred eighty or visit an extended store today to learn more restrictions apply. I didn't know that. I'm not a. I am in lot. What could work though, like your pure? What like if your boyfriend is like staring at a woman you're like, are you flipping kidding me, bucking kidding me? I know the swearing using courage here. Are you fucking kidding me? Masturbating like I don't wanna see that necessarily like well. That many. At least eight. I know that it's the someone's got a podcast. Hey, what's up? It's Amy Jay, and I don't know why you listen to this. But what for whatever reason you do? And I'm thankful that you do. And we're on items now we're on Spotify, and we're about to be on iheartradio. So hopefully you leave a review because that's how more people find the podcast already have made two.

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"amy jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Fen producing the show. Call him. Mr. Mariah Carey. Saint Stephen martyrs where we're gonna be on Friday with w AMC and W H A S the two biggest stations in the in the state was how about that. Amy. Jay Haley, Tony Dwyer will be out there that is Teri minors old grade school. So I think there's a plaque or we need to break in and find old picture. Yeah. Oh, yeah. No. No. No, no. Yeah. There's we gotta do something there. So we will be there on Friday for fish fry Friday, come on out, cold beer, fried fish and most likely some gambling. So it'd be a good time this week number three. We're off on Thursday because you got back to back cards and cats playing in the NCW go tournaments. Hey, it's been advocates. All right suffer a little trip. This is where fen Dwight in Haley share a brain Haley, really good at what am I thinking? Please. Don't don't don't. Look at this look at. Oh, Canada only became an official Canadian national anthem in one thousand nine hundred eighty true or false. What do you? What do you think brain shares? I say true. That is true the official anthem before that was God save the Queen since they were a British colony. I did not know that nineteen eighty girl. The queen. Right. What city and state did Forrest Gump? Call home, Alabama. Okay. City Greenville, Alabama. Porous reminds him of self. So in nineteen forty six Al Capone was examined by psychiatrist who concluded that after twenty years of living highlife there, and he had some mental mental capability of a twelve year old. He was ravaged by disease. What disease? Yes. Three four three suffers from the same disease. It's a mental thing smokey.

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"amy jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I am taking my money, but you have a WalMart even all white people are different colors nothing. Nobody's I'm a little bit more. Solid than you are. Pasty white. You've got you've got you've got beautiful skin. Vector? We get darker goes to the right? Yeah. Well, the reactions on Twitter were funny. Here's for Mark shocking. Peers from Mark when you're a fifty year old single childless crazy cat lady. I guess those things are the things you're thinking about in tweeting about on a Friday night. Ooh. Is she one of these communities now, she's just pissed it everything that's the next one the tweet perfectly sums up. Well, no, I can't believe you're still that. There are still comedians who do nothing but rant about a short of actual comic talent to fair. That's like kind of what every comedian. Does they rant about things? That's the bit would be funny. Isn't that part of the pressure? I don't think he was being funny there. I think Sarah Silverman has jumped the shark. She has crossed into the political realm. We talked about her recently. She did something stupid not long ago. Do you? Remember that you went after another female sh she was having it out with somebody. I can't remember who it was. They were going back and forth. It was crazy. It was crazy. But a lot of them have done that a lot of comedians have gone in the political realm. And it's it's getting a little just be funny. George Carlin did this years ago. I remember Carla I love Carlin was brilliant. And I loved him. But the last time I saw Carlin concert. I got up halfway through the show on just walked out at that point. What year was it? Early two thousands made. Wow, now mind you everything he said in his set self defense was either true or have become true right offense. But it is. It was so over the top corporations suck the government sucks golf courses sucked. And it was just an I know exactly because I watched the same set on HBO and said is he gonna crack a joke sometime in the next twenty minutes. And then it was going thirty minutes in forty minutes in and you're like, oh, my something something food anything probably about the time. I got up and walked out. It was about forty minutes could be asleep. What I was doing the morning show. So right, Brian up for this our next stop, and you're going to join us this time it say, Stephen martyr Yager. All right. We're try that fish fry fish fries in Germantown with WAM's e our partners and W H A S from five until eight so five until seven on WAM's, either country leader here and from six to eight here on NewsRadio eight forty W H as Amy Jay Haley Dwight Antonio, it's going to be a lot of fun Pepys. They're going to have a lot of food. I think this this one is sponsored by Casey heating and cooling. Like they were yesterday. Brought Tony you've been trying to get me use a loofah, and we'll liquid soap for how many years you've laid back up. Explain here's what I'm saying. Let me. Accusing me I suggested ten years ago when he had a bar of soap get one of those sponges you buy them at target flex dollars. Yeah. Just put the soap on it suds up. And you get all the sudden it's a lot better than the bar. The forest waiting nineteen. Doing you told we said, I think that you are don't say what I said. You're a girl you use that. And I said, you know, dude. Yes. Everyone's using them. No, no, not in the south end said you are so old school. You must not go.

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"amy jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"To be broadcast on eight forty W. H A is good luck. All right kisses tonight's Metallica sold out. And matter of fact, set a record attendance record for the center overall after all this stuff that's happened at. And they set a record for Metallica show on this tour, and then LARs already even tweeted out, and I mentioned Louisville saying that's insane. You guys crammed, and blah, blah, blah, crappy weather. Yeah. They my one large story is the North Carolina concert when kid rock came out of his trailer. And we were all backstage, and we were in a tent and kid rock gets on is like a BMX bike, and it starts to rain a little bit. And this guy follows him out of the trailer in a in a Brown. Tweed three piece suit in a bowler hat, you know, those old bowler hat and umbrella. And he ran besides kid rock and held the umbrella over kid rock. Michael jackson. Why why wrote his bike so just like in a playground? Kid rock sees LARs were all in the same area about twenty five yards apart. This was up in the speedway. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. He's the one in North Carolina. I can't remember the name Rockingham. Yep. So he sees kid overseas. Lars Larson starts riding over there. And the guys jogging next to him in the tweet suit standing rain holding umbrella over kid rock and largest put his foot up on the tire. Like, you're sitting at a playground, and they sit there talk about ten feet away. The whereas a guy stood there the whole time with the umbrella. Wow. I remember they had us broadcast when we were doing mornings on the FOX doing back stage at motley Crue. And so it was like the alpha what it was. But I get back there. And I don't know what the politically correct term to call were very small people little people. There is very little small people backstage rotting small motorcycles here, and there and. Unicycles stuff like that. And not want to the bus and off they came. But it was just freaky. Yeah. Every that was like KENDALL last bastion wrong debauchery of sex drugs and rock and roll Metallica. Was the same way. Their backstage was insane. Kid rock's backstage was insane. I mean, all those guys were kind of like they were weird and fund you we're we're talking the other day how we said classic rock concerts should start at five. Know, they should be. Well, they've kind of done something like that. But Batalik they didn't have an opening act. Get to the point. And now kiss they have a guy come up Gaza. Be painting. Yeah. Make it a painting. And then get to the point see I would like no support acts the ad comes on at seven. You're out about ten in your home and bed about eleven. All right. This Friday, Amy Jay from WAM's either afternoon show will join us. We'll be preempted. They'll be live on WAM's. We're going to be at Saint Paul's that is on Dixie for the fish fry Friday tour that this week is brought to you by Sternberg Chevrolet, which is down the street on Dixie so come on by for some fried fish, coal beer will be out there too with some desserts and everything else. More rock coming to Louisville baby. I can't wait for this. It's my Christmas. Danny Wimmer presents the announced the bourbon and beyond lineup. And it did not disappoint Friday. This is it's Friday Senator who said listen to some of these acts, foo fighters, John Fogerty, the flaming the headliners fighters. John Fogarty live Joan Jett's, blackheart, blackberry, smoke, Robert plant, Daryl hall, and John Oates. Alison krauss. Zac, Brown, band's Z, Z top just goes on and on even little Steven and the disciples of soul who me and Scott, right? Went to go see eighty eighty per calendar. Nubile hemans. I don't the third day is the weakest lineup would you agree Brown band? Ta would except for I love Z Z top. And I love love love little Steven and the disciples of sows. But yeah, I would say Sunday would be the weakest of the three I knew I heard of a party a couple of years ago one of the Brown Forman daughters turned forty so she had a hall and Oates play at her party, and it was five hundred thousand dollars. There's there's remember I see I'm not a hall and Oates, man. Hundred thousand dollars. I'm not a hall and Oates fan. Susan. I love Halloween. Five man. So Susan really wanted to go to concerts. So I said, oh, okay. I'll go a concert. But wouldn't you rather go with your sister or your friends, and she insisted I wanna go with you? So she was cool with it until the show started. And I dug in my pocket and pulled out a printed outset list and after they finish each saw. I would cross it off. Cross it off that how many more I got to go following. She said, okay. Let's just go. It's not that bad Senate jer. Have a good time. I wanted her to have a good I wanted to go with her friends. Then you shouldn't have gone. I've told her go with your friends, but she wanted to hold my hand. She's got something where she likes looking in my eyes and holding my hands..

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"amy jay" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:10 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"The. That was all his own volition. Yeah. Right. So Dave, I don't know. If you have a puzzle piece, you're gonna jump in next. But I do have one that piggybacks really well off of what Chad was saying with. Okay, mine does mine does too. But I'll into I go ahead with your. So I'm gonna get this way. And this is the one that I warned you about as an example of how I didn't like this movie very much scream three specific. Okay. Bear with me. There are a lot of most meta movies. Don't get sequels to begin with. And there's not a lot of. So there's not a lot to draw from in terms of like sequels to movies that are built around their meta. But scream one very much was characters knew they were in a slasher and referenced it while at the same time being a very very good slasher and kind of taking the piss out of some of the tropes. And it might opinion it worked really well. I think I think scream one is an amazing satire and amazing slasher works on both levels and unbreakable sort of does too. But then by the time you get to scream three. There's like I don't know if you guys have seen it. But I'll spoil it for, you know, twenty years later, Jamie Kennedy's character dies and records video recording being like, he just you guys know, here's what to expect in this. Right. Right. And like she completely lays it down in a way that feels so much less organic than in the first movie. And also is like very clearly being like do you get what we're doing? We're deconstructing the John raw. And it was like like so much of Samuel, Jackson dialogue and Sarah. Paulson's dialogue felt to me. Like, Jamie Kennedy as a from the beyond VHS ghost explaining like when you're in the third part of a superhero movie, you really gotta have this because you reveal the origins that somehow bring hero closer together to the villain and just doing the same kind of thing, but like with much less nuance than unbreakable, which I think ties in extremely well to what what Chad was saying about how like instead of like show don't tell or tell don't tell like in this one like Shamlan was doing Telemann television. Let yes he completed. Italy himself could be a superhero called deconstruct her constructs this right? We'll see. And that that's that's the thing. There is that he might pretty much like kind of deconstruct some self with each movie. And so he kind of he kind of gets boxed in into I have to do this and a half to do that. And that's where he really gets into like this like I feel like almost a fight with himself. Yes. A filmmaker. And then that's where like he's like. Okay. So I really got to deconstruct the the comic book movies. And I gotta tell them how I'm doing it. And then I've got a deconstruct movies at the same time. And then I've got I've got to make this tie into the unbreakable. I mean is just like that was definitely the problem with this. When is this just trying to do all of that as posed to having which is what was so great about of split is that. Yeah, it was just a unique weird. World that he threw a send to and then all the sudden it was like, boom. Oh this ties in so it was so Brandon that way whereas this one it was like, okay. So it's Tien everything including hey, I'm night. I was in split laying character actor was in the number Qabail also, but he was different than remember. And so it's just like man there was a small. There was a small moment when Bruce Willis is getting out of the the mental institution and he's getting his stuff back, and he gets a a necklace with a ring on it. And I swear I didn't remember that from on breakable if he used to wear that for a very split second. I thought they gonna fucking tie this into the sixth sense with with. Actually, his wife was like the only instance of subtle storytelling NBN tire film might be the only thing you just do just ruin the sequel because I'm gonna say he goes on to be the guy in the extents own my dead now, right? If we want to give 'em night way more credit than he deserves. It could be argued that the entire over explaining thing is a deconstruction of how dumb superhero movies are nowadays. And how they have to be very unsubtle, and it's all just explosions and exposition about like gods from nine hundred years ago where like back to destroy earth. So we really really want to be bothered by that. I think that's the best that is to say that it was deliberately doing that to be like CO domini when you explain everything here on. I love it. That's my new I explained to Chad beforehand that this entire podcast is going to be me trying to convince myself that I liked this movie. Any angle liking it more as I think about it more. Like more. But I don't think I will ever cross over into like liking it liking it. It's like, it's it's it's all right. It's fine. But I'm gonna go with my first puzzle. And it is a it is a bucket as we sometimes do it is the films of Kevin Smith, Spokane rats chasing, Amy Jay and silent. Bob, straight back all the movies. Were they go on and on about comic books and comic book movies? And what it means to you know, what comic books mean what they mean to them and. You know, these characters they they never quite stop. And we've been touching on that a little bit in some of the things we were talking about in the previous puzzle pieces here. But yeah, it's just it's just a constant explaining to the audience of what comic books are and why nerds love comic book space. And Kevin Smith did that really well in those movies. It was really fun. And I just think it's been done many, many many many many times since then. And I don't think it's necessary anymore. I think we all know what an origin story, as we all know, you know, a lot of these. Tropes within the comic. Book was. But but still am nights going for it with this one. Now that is. Yeah. That's I didn't even think of that. I definitely at one point tried to think of if Smith actually directed a superhero movie because it's probably pretty similar to that. And then I'll I just inevitably got drawn back to the nNcholas cage superman that he wrote, and then I just stopped thinking about anything in life. Yeah. That that's that's that's the sad. You don't you don't think anymore. Once you get to Nick cage a mullet with super. That's where the thinking stops. The best though, it's the fucking best. Speaking of which I watched kick ass last night for the first time in years. Amazing. He's the best is the Pell. He didn't tell anyone he was gonna do that voice until he got onset. But it's just a fun fat case, you weren't aware that. I think he told the director. But like, especially unlike the kids, they didn't get it because they didn't know Adam west was anyway, so. Action. You just show like nNcholas cage is the most famous actor ever worked with and his first line. He goes good job. This what's?

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"amy jay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:50 min | 3 years ago

"amy jay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One other thing is the government shutdown in my opinion, the president correctly. Calculated at more people care about border security, then are negatively impacted by government shutdown and even some people that are negatively impacted by the government shutdown are probably still. Okay with it and willing to weather the storm to achieve some sort of border security. I think the Democrats miscalculate when they think. That more people care about a government shutdown than what our security policy. And company went to a meeting of the White House. And it was a big day made a big deal out of painting, making sure the president owned the government shutdown. He said I'm having to own it again, he was correctly. I think correctly calculated more people care about border security, then the government shutdown. How about you? And he's perfectly fine owning a government shutdown because it'll be perceived, and I guess correctly. So these standing up to. Is irritating foes who don't appreciate border security enough. We go to Amy in Middleborough. I hi, Amy. Good morning. Hey, amy. Hi. I was listening to you earlier talking about things for the winter. We get car several years ago. I never really wanted one. But my husband talked into a best thing ever was remote starter. Yeah. I'm in the house in the morning getting ready for work. I start the car ten minutes ago. I come out, and it's warm, and if there's ice and snow on a lot of melted off are easier to remove and I do it at work, and the other thing people don't remember is that it works both ways for the summer. If you remember when you get out of your air conditioning, the Carla. If those days last summer when it was a hundred three or one hundred degrees out I started a few minutes, probably left work, and I got into a car that wasn't burning. They couldn't touch the Darren wheel beautiful about how much is say your vote starter. It's funny. I seven years ago, I believe I just bought it this past Christmas on my son and his girlfriend moved back in California. And it was too. I found it for two hundred and twenty five dollars. Great guy. Adenoid who's actually really nice. I had a problem once when a mechanic did something to my car reset my auto Saturn. I couldn't figure it out. He was driving by my work to take his kids to school and actually stopped at my work, helping tickets. So nice guy, and it's the same price as it was two hundred twenty five dollars. That's it. Okay. Sounds like a pretty good thing. Really? I may have had the seven years sounds like a great Christmas gift. Well, it was like I said, my son and his girlfriend come back in California. Not she's never lived in New England. She was dreading her first winter, and she was actually thanksgiving just killed because remember it was like single digits. Yeah. And I'm telling trying to tell Mike this is unusual. This don't panic, and I got her when she was like, bashed. And then like you said in the summer it works too. So it's awesome. It's a great gift. Folks, if you're from a warm climate, and you're gonna come here. Oh, you need to know is put on warm clothes. You wear. You got address right? Then it's much more pleasant, but people don't wear warm clothes P. She figured it out. She she or he went shopping like right after thanksgiving. And by a lot more than chief side. She originally needed. Yeah. And layers are good and silk. Underwear is great because silk long underwear keeps you warm, but when you go inside it's not hot. It's a miracle of of science seal. Yeah. Silk long underwear. Yeah. I would think so would be. Joke. I know what you mean about sheets entirely different. Oh, I never heard of that. I don't really like to recommend, you know, I'm not going to recommend the store but kind of expensive, but I it I will never have a winter without ever. Right now. Wearing the thermal underwear. No. I would be first of all if you have close fitting pants, it's all bulky looking at bulky Phelan. And when you inside it's super hot. That's true. I didn't think of that you're walking taking the tea and all that that would be great. But once you get to work. I guess you're kind of. Yes. Eight hours. You don't want to go in and change every you know, each time when you get out of work. Yeah. I recommend it. So thanks. We just traded ideas. You talking remote? I'm talking so clung to her and Mark Levin wants to make sure I notify everyone and he's right to Jesse lay as layers. Yeah. Definitely and very quickly the puppy mill. Yeah. I agree with you about the pet stores selling cats and dogs, that'd be awesome. If they could find homes for the poor Johnson, Catherine shelters, and they can make money by animal that needs to be changed like hamsters and fish, and you know, things like that they're already in cages like Catherine jobs Bill to roam around a home with a loving family. Really not be locked up. Yeah. And nature, you know, make money off. And so they can have their hamsters and fish, but cats and dogs. No, only if they're trying to help find the poor one veteran's shelters that need home. I think that's a great idea. You had that would be that would be enough. Excellent. Thanks a lot of Amy. Jay happy new year, by the way, happy new year to you too. I was good to hear from Amy. I was Tony in Sturbridge. Tony. Hey, what's up? How's it going rate? Thanks. So many good subjects to touch on this morning. I don't know where to start. Let's start with your car. Yeah. I I worked in auto body. Shop follows going to college I paid my way through college with it. And I can tell you this much don't ever use anything. But a brush to shovel it off because scratches the paint my crazy. On gonna spend more money. What do people used to scratches the paint believe it or not a lot of people? Use a household brooms and create on the windows. No problem there 'cause you're gonna have a hard time scratching glass, but when it comes to the declare coke finish on your car. You put a broom on there. You've got all your house dirt that stuck in that room, and it scratches the paint. Did you really okay? That's a good dedicated. You know, still brush is the best way to go. Yeah. And you get them at WalMart. They're keeping up, you know, right on don't use a shovel people. Use a plastic shovel figuring classic won't scratch. But it does. Yeah. So yeah, it's graduates. Like, you wouldn't believe actually goes all those little rivets that hold it together. People don't realize that they sometimes drag them across. Yeah. You don't find it till the summer when you look at your car and go what the heck? Okay. Car starters. I was never a fan of them actually based on my auto body and auto mechanic experience growing up. I liked the idea of being able to get into a warm or pre cooled car in the summer. I think it's a great idea. The problem is is that you know, there's there's a limited amount of play and all the components in the bearing in your engine in when you're idling your car. There's no real load on that engine. If there's no low does parts. Slap around a little bit. And it eventually will loosen up further as technology might be a little bit different. But you know, when I was younger that that was the general consensus, and we used to advise not to nowadays. Most armies doctors are putting auto starters in their car. I have a Honda Accord a twenty eighteen accord, and it has an auto starter in it. And I came do use it on cold mornings. But. The rule of thumb wasn't. You weren't really supposed to let it idle for too long before you drove just because you wanted to put some kind of a load on that engine. Interesting to stop it from from slapping around interesting. All right. I appreciate technology could've could've changed, you know. And then they may have found a way to load the motor load the so based during world, but how's things in the four one three two this morning cold risen snowing. I'm I'm almost Waltham right now. It's actually been pretty cool. It's not clear there's a little bit of moisture on the road the further east. I go the more the more salt. I'm seeing on the road. Pre-treated? Yeah. Yeah. It was it was thirty four degrees in the twentieth. Surburbs? So okay. Hey, you're a pet store. Let's talk about that really quick your. On that should be all pets because people don't realize, you know, there's an exotic pet market as well. And a lot of storage are getting older more into that. I am flying. Squirrels. I used to breed flying. Squirrels. They're they're great pets. Absolute hysterical. The play with and they do bond to the people that they that they are with and it's great. But a lot of people, you know, they misunderstand pets to me. Some people will say, oh, I can't keep the anymore. I don't want any more than I've actually yelled at a few people who have just rolled them in a towel put it in the freezer and said, I didn't want them anymore. So I used myself now, that's not really a good thing. So one guy, unfortunately is pet shop in Springfield is closed. Now, he retired. But he used to sell all kinds of pets. But he would actually ordered them from the breeder when people requested that rather than keep them in stock. And he figured it was a more responsible way to be a pet shop owner. So when you ordered your pet, you waited until it was until the breeder had a litter. And at that point at least have two out of four sold before the breeder would actually consider breeding them worked out, really. Well. I'm still shocked and disgusted a nauseous. Description of people who buy a pet, and then put them in the freezer. And to be to be fully honest. That was something I saw in Florida. Was. Really, really annoying Florida. There's some of their laws are lax on on exotic catch some human beings. I test animals. Yeah. We have casting you're on the world and nothing can stop us. And unfortunately, we believed I think I've said this before on your show that has the sentient in software being that we are on this planet. We have somewhat of a moral responsibility towards other animal or is it wrong to pray. A lot though is it wrong prayed to God to punish someone who did that kind of stuff is that wrong. Ooh. That's a good question. I grew up Catholic, and we used to we used to believe that it's wrong to wish ill on others. You wish honest what if you wished that God mete out Justice say, please don't let this happen anymore. When he gets to the pearly gates. Wrap them up whatever, you know, what I'm saying. I always thought when I was a kid. You know, my my parents taught us that you know, the way you treat animals is the way you treat people and you'll be weighed by that'll be weighed against you in an afterlife. Tony I have to run and soon Winchester, I only have a minute. I apologized. You only have a minute. What's going on? Sue. Let's just have. Let's just kept faith in karma. I can't get past that squirrel thing. I wish I did not hear it. Oh, I can't believe human beings human beings, a disappointing. I just have to say I include myself in it. You know, I'm not perf. Oh that is so upsetting wrap an animal in a towel and put it in a freezer. Hitting me. Can't anyway, I need to get past it. I'll just fly on. I personally called about motorcycles. But now I'm hearing about everybody's remotes with the cars people unaware that it's illegal to let your car idol. Environment. For the it is horrible for the environment. I stopped. I talked to people in parking lot all the time mother earth. Do you understand what you're doing to the environment for your convenience thing? Maybe is that a city ordinance state law? I believe it's a state law. Anybody can look it up. It varies from state to state is everything does. But it should be in worldwide. Don't people realize what we're doing is. We I mean just driving cars is enough these big honking SUV's that people insist on having. But the fact that they fit in parking lots in the summer with their air conditioning on reading a book while while they're waiting for someone inside shopping, always infuriates me. I could could become a full-time jobs any walking around educating people going to realize that mother nature is crying right now. Shut the car off. There you go. The end sue great. I'm glad you got that call him. And thank you for those of you who might hurt pets. Let me let me wish that if there's a God. The God goes a little old school on you and rains down revenge upon you with furious anger..

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