8 Burst results for "Amy Julie"

"amy julie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

11:51 min | 5 months ago

"amy julie" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson

"We're rent girls basically were rent heads and And so our. Data's like got tickets to the matinee and he. Ms Is a hell of a disease and it was had been in remission. He was coming out of her mission. He was like you know. So it's like you don't really understand. But he would walk really slow like it just slows down here and so we get into Manhattan and we go outside the theater. And and he got the tickets and they were like these are to the night performance and he knew he couldn't he can't physically hanging. He sits so he sits down on kind of steam pipe on the city. It was like look just kind of takes the scene just like just looking at our dad knowing like he's just taking a break because he looked kind of failed someway and and it was really sad really dark but we were also at an age where we were like wheels are turning like dad. Give us the tickets. And we'll just stay in Manhattan. Yeah we're like you've got and you go and it's fine and we were like you know pretty young and loose in the city and we're just like you know we went we yeah. We went to museum natural history. We got who's got wine like a free white wine at a Chinese bows and we got to go. See Ron. I mean you know so you made me the most. It's really we've real dark images in memories and moments but followed immediately by like us having like a nice time with each other. There's nobody on the planet that understands each other than youtube. Yeah totally it's like the craziest bond is it's so ORLA awesome and and you guys are even working together so it's just stays in continues and it's like unease love working together it. We've had a really good experience. Any work together. Yeah on snatch and it really was fantastic. Yeah it was and you kind of finish their sentences but I'm always interested to know because there is. There is sibling rivalry which is revelry as the play on it. But in terms of that. W- what kind. How do you argue? How face like? I don't get that arguments doing you know. I mean when we do it but I just I have to say like that. I'll be like a couple times. Had An argument in front of some of them were close to you like a friend and after I'll be like I'm sorry you had to see that. And they're like those the Tamest Wiley highly therapies Cuba. The Oh yeah it's like it's ridiculous and I also like I genuinely have never considered anything between us to be like a rivalry whatsoever. I think because of our age difference like we never overlapped in school So there was never any competition between us like for friends or for guys true or anything like that so like I never like. We never went after the same things. Well also everything that I did. She would then do but better so I was like. I was like pretty good at volleyball. And then she was like allstate. We weren't but we weren't like going after the same spot on. You know there was no and like she does stand up like I'm not an jugs rate and like I'm not going for the same roles we're not going for the same jobs eat and so it's really like. I really don't consider there to be any rivalry. Use My first phone call when there's something exciting. Actually she's my only one. Isn't that funny? When you get good news it starts out that you're like you call all your friends over the years. It's like there's just simply. When do you remember when you knew mom was having another baby like? Did you have that memory or when she came home from the hospital? I don't but I do remember being really. She was so adorable that I was threatened and I knew I had to start getting nicer to my dad. You know I was like Oh you did a moment of like. Oh yeah definitely. I had that you know. I'm glad you never had that but I did. Because she was so cute. She was just as little Shirley Temple and I had been. You know you get used to be people thinking you're an adorable little girl and then all of a sudden it's Oh and you're just like the older like you know ogre that's like going through it right now to me. They're just like here. Hold this for your sister. You know But then we we like had a rough start as you know really young kids and then and then we like actually you want to say that the the the note yeah Yeah I guess for for a while for a while there until we were about twenty two. This is young. This is like we're probably four. It was like a Like AB was like not particularly too nice to be. Sometimes I terrorized her one time my mom was like she woke up with a nightmare. And the my mom's like general go sleep with Amy Julie no mirrors about her but hear me out like I watched the exorcist and Linda Blair like her when amy was if I'm like when he was eight Linda Blair and the exorcist it was there was some there was some bang similarities. There's overlap some Abang overlap so I so I like saw this it was close and so I would have seen nightmares and so so aim us a little bit Mutebi and so so one day. I thought it was my fault. You know I guess it was. It was a good abuser. Route was my fault for being so cute and so I wrote amy note like you know. Do you love if you love me you will you draw is on this pig and I drew. I remember I finally do remember opening that note and seeing it and our dad had made a big deal about in the mafia families. All that matters that's like what the lesson he used to teach us all the matters and I remember opening this. Yeah and I look at this little thing and it broke my heart and it completely changed our the rest of our lives and I drew heart is on the pig and they gave it back to her and then we were inseparable for the rest of. And you have that. Yeah well no no generator now. We don't have that one. But but amy did like a callback to it like a couple of years later or whatever like 'cause we would rightly always little like nice little notes love each other each other love what sisters do and we have letters like all throughout high school and college and it's really. Nice like we've sent it back and forth each other and like one as a cat or whatever like I'll always like dries you little dummy you're a dummy but but when we fight so one fight I'm remembering was we. Were leaving comedy clubs together and I had a rolling bag with me. You know like why. I think I was getting changed. Their and a comedy club in a mall. It was okay. I don't WanNa Brag Mall. Great now you know stand up in her jealousy and and and Kim was like I've got it I'll take the bag and she wasn't rolling it and we're walking the car and I keep going like you can roll it like you don't have to lug it. It's a rolling magic. No No. It's fine and I'm like I feel like you're trying to make. It seem more difficult by not just rolling it. She's like I'm fine. It's fine and then we get in the car we go home and our friend Kyle. Who is opening for me? I was like I'm so embarrassed that you saw that like in my mind. That had been a really big. And he's like this. The lamest fight I've ever seen. He was like more mad that we thought that was a fight. My God no. We don't say anything that we'RE GONNA regret. I mean you know stays pretty essays pretty about the thing about being the child of an alcoholic you know. I think also you guys in the way you grew up. I mean you are. You're you know you can't afford to lose each hour ninety and all like if you're a child of an alcoholic you are ready for your whole world. Blow up all the time so we'll get in a fight and like at argument. Nothing and I'll be like well. Obviously we're not talking for a while and she'll be like yes we are. We had a fight about so weird. You're always always like well. That's it obviously. Got My thing like we gotta fight. And she's like I mean I would like it. If at some point you WANNA be a part of genes life. I'm like shut the fuck up shot. Well she tried to make me not go to her wedding and I was like shut up. I'm wanting me who. She was twenty seasons last year and she was projecting her feelings about the relationship. I was in yeah onto what she thought I thought about her husband and they got married in a courthouse in yonkers and I was like her witness and my and the night before it was like. I don't think you like Vinnie and I was. You're an idiot. You are an Abso of course. I love whatever I was like. I'm coming. Don't think this conversation ends. I'm coming here wedding. Our full-time jobs is not letting each other push the other one away. Yeah it's not important. I mean my God at the end of the day and I'm way older than you are. Sisters are getting more important more valuable you know but who who is the most reasonable view. Think neither of us. Oh you crying. Gender sister close girlfriends. They feel like they're still my sister. Cesar. Yeah I'm happy. I have one daughter because I'm surrounded by although now I have two granddaughters and so you know the daughter but it is it. Different Bond is a very different bond. It's a different kind of love. Yeah snugly kind of how? Well she doesn't let me touch her. Oh really like I. I'm Mary affection and I want. I'm aware that wearing her sweater. And I'm upset about it. I don't want to be cold but I don't WanNa be wearing her things. I just WanNa like like you know. Hug Her get away. Are you like that? We've your research. No it's amy specific. It's me really drink after her. I've I've discussed she is. She's report back. Are you still in Chicago? I move back to Connecticut so I'm that ahead hours away. Yeah I believe you've been married for. I've been married for eleven years. Smith isn't that crazy. Yeah to Carmel. Gift dating all that. Yeah did you go to college? Guess ended you go to college. Has We both graduated from college? I went to Grad School. I was a school psychologist and I wouldn't even the acting Meisner two year intensive so when she left for college I.

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"amy julie" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"amy julie" Discussed on The Big 98

"Girl group. That's what you here for some Email here. Amy. You're in a relationship with a guy for about six months still targeting zen from. Ten years ago. So I'm okay with it. If it was his recent acts like a year ago, and they went out like forever. And then it's like a fresh break-up. That's a little weird like stop that ten years ago. He's obviously moved on. She's she's getting married like, I think, it's okay. Like, I would be someone where I can buy an X to my wedding. And I would want my husband to be okay. With tricky though. Yeah. Have someone sit in the pews or wherever you getting married. So you naked. Just because you went out them doesn't mean they mostly as an adult. Yes. Yes. Morgan number two. I'm gonna go with. I don't think it's okay. I've been in a lot of relationships where Xs have always been an issue, and I've been cheated on a lot, and I just I don't feel comfortable with Xs being a part of somebody's life period. I think they're an ex furry season. And you move on. On a lot more than two times. I've been in four serious relationships now in every relationship I've been on. Wow. I feel like we just had a discovery about the last boyfriend. You guys are. Amy, Julie getting more comfortable with releasing more. Well. Flowers. Good. You know, a whole other segment, I think working on this problem here..

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"amy julie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"amy julie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"People are working these crazy long days. Amy, Julie walk me through what a day is like one of these rehab centers, it's incredibly structured so people have told us that they wake up at six AM and they're going to work at the assisted living facilities. So they're working double shifts, usually sixteen hours a day that's common after that. When they're back at the rehab facility as Ryan was describing if they're put on the move that means that they always have to be working. So that's that can be cleaning up around the house. People told us that they had very strict rules, and sort of these odd punishments where they would have to cut the front lawn with a pair of scissors or scrub the baseboards of the home with a baby toothbrush, and they would have to do this for hours and hours on end, and this was extensively to help keep their mind off of their addictions, but we talked to a lot of people that said it was about control. It was about sort of breaking them down. That sounds really caught like to me. Yeah. What a lot of people have said was that the bus Colt like part of this was actually these therapy groups that they had that would happen once a week break you down and then don't even bother to build you up. Pretty much just tearing you down and your self esteem down Notre to get what they want out of you. And people had said that that was about all of the therapy. They got and what the rehab said was, oh, this was supposed to be an exercise that would sort of bring their flaws front and center and help them confront this and overcome it. But what people said was it was incredibly abusive it would break them down. And again, this was all about control of been in therapy. And that doesn't sound anything like therapy to me. So what happened right? Well, he ended up fleeing the program he became homeless for a while he relapsed. He found out that as a result of all this. He violated his probation. So he actually currently has a warrant from Cleveland for his arrest. And as a result he's been kind of on the run ever since. I mean, he has a hard time getting a job he kind of has to stay lay low, and he can't get a driver's license. So it's really affected his life for the worse. I can't even go back to or they will arrest me. I mean, I wouldn't go back and do that again if I had to I would almost rather take my chances on the street. It.

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"amy julie" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

Jenna & Julien Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"amy julie" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast

"Which means you record using an audio device like a a room in a house. And sometimes people hear voices in places where they can't hear them with the naked year. But when they hear them back recorded, they could hear something. Yes, I feel like I buy into a little bit behind the idea of that in that the energy of the ghost or whatever you can't hear with your ear, but if you were to record it, you could early, you take a picture and you see an orb Erlich energy because I, I think the goes surreal. You know, I totally buy into the idea that dogs and little kids can see ghosts and read energies and stuff like that. And I, I've had experiences where I totally have no reason to not think that it's a thing. It's not that I'm like, go surreal, and y'all can fuck off. It's like I have no reason not to believe people when they say that they've seen ghost or had ghosts experiences or stuff like that. So I was listening to some EDP recordings. I thought it'd be fun if we just sat here and just listen to some AP or coins talked about like what we think. So why isn't EDP recording machine different than just like, say audio recorder. I don't know the answer to that. I don't know how these people do. They jobs. Well, all I know is that we staged this house up and down before we moved in, just get rid of any bad. Have you ever had any like any footage or anything like that where you went back to watch or listen to it, and it was weird like now, but you went to that jail when you went to pay. A. I went to a hundred jail in Charleston. AMA okay. You know, we don't need a k. May I out there for two hours and I was a little bit intoxicated, Amy, Julie, not. No, I have no questions. How do you have no questions. I went to one of the most haunted jails in the entire one of those buildings answered all my questions. When I watch some stuff didn't make the cut. Well, why don't you just. T- us, no, I just need just tell us, well, here's what I'll say. So I've like in pretty much knowing you and like hearing what you have to say about ghosts and spirits and different things like that and watching some stuff we've watched. But mainly just like talking to you about it and also like Rome has a pretty pretty serious account of hot cast on that yet. In a hotel Ramon talking about ghost story. We live from Toronto. So between listening a few people, I trust accounts of their experiences with goes like in just kind of like thinking for myself. Like I personally believe that that is the thing I like, I'm, I don't think that the sentence ghosts aren't real is rational. I think that there are many levels to it, and a lot of people swear by having certain experiences with that, they can't explain so because that they can explain it like to some extent that they're real, at least for that person when I was in the jail by the way it was South Carolina's Charleston. I forget the name of it is haunted jail, like thousands and thousands of people had died there in that jail, like back back with on the nineteen, whatever. I don't. Even you can watch the last minute ships episode episode, six, but I forget the exact numbers of how many people died and you know what dates it was in operation, whatever. But when you were walking. Through it because you you walk through with this group of people. There's a tour guide who by the way was wonderful. He is he's very like eccentric, but not over the top. Like it was not, but not quite too much and just there's like this heavy feeling when you're in there. Like it's kinda hard to describe, but it's not quite physical, but it's just like, you sense that it's not a normal place like it's just heavy is the best way I could describe it. Like you walk into the rooms and they're all a gut it out and empty and old nonoperational, but there's something there that you don't really know what it is. So I'd never heard of ice. I took many pictures. I took many instances of videos and tried to muster up anything that it would give us because we were really down for the experience, but I didn't get anything physical like that..

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"amy julie" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"amy julie" Discussed on Reveal

"From the center for investigative reporting impeach our x this is revealed i'm elliot i'm talking with reveal reporters amy julie harris shoshana walter about their story looking at recovery connections community outside of asheville north carolina now it bills itself as a drug we have program but the therapy consists of sending clients to work sixteen hour days as caregivers had assisted living facilities and the workers never saw the money they made a woman named jennifer warnes set up the program and seemed to profit off it so amy julia tell me more about this woman what she all about she's a really interesting character so she herself a struggled with addiction she was getting her phd in clinical psychology that's when she got hooked on crack cocaine she dropped out she went to this rehab program in north carolina that had this similar model it was a work based rehab it was free but yet a turnover all of her pay to the rehab basically she was in this reeb program met some other people and she decided to start a rehab of her own and it was called recovery ventures so she started this rehab program but soon it sort of began to go off the rails for her she got into some ethical problems she was forcing people in her program to babysit her kids and color coordinate her closet and take care of her animals and was really blurring the line between helping they were covering drug addicts and helping herself because she was in part of this nonprofit rehab program she would have them solicit donations and some of them ended up going to her rather than to program participants and then sort of the final straw for all of this was when she started sleeping with one of her rehab participants who she was counseling and that's obviously a huge ethical breach some of our colleagues were trying to intervene and said you're jeopardizing your license this is career suicide what are you doing and she held firm and said i love him one of my supposed to do she continued all of this and that was.

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"amy julie" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"amy julie" Discussed on Reveal

"Eighty percent off everybody this is andy donahue reveals managing editor we just got some pretty great news two of our ase reporters amy julie harris intra shana walter for named finalists for the highest award in journalism the pulitzer prize less fall amy julian show brought you a story about judges sending drug defendants to rehabs that were little more than work camps men were forced into grueling dangerous work at chicken plants and they weren't even getting paid now i get to work with these two reporters every day they're relentless and their great teammates they're saying on the story and you can to sign up for our weekly newsletter it's easy just text the word newsletter two six three seven three five standard data rates apply again texts newsletter two six three seven three five from the center for investigative reporting in p r x this is reveal outlets before the break we heard from wilk carla's on how some of president trump supporters feel inspired to spread hateful messages we'll try to reach the president for comment but the white house didn't respond to his calls and emails but last summer i spoke to someone pretty familiar with the ins and outs of the president's approach to politics former trump campaign adviser roger stone will you first meet mr trump i met him in nineteen seventy nine when i was sent to new york to organize governor reagan's campaign for president what made you think he could be a politician he has a certain charisma a certain magnetism although it's greater than that the wall street journal reports that special investigator robert muller is investigating any links between stone and wikileaks founder julian assange which leaks released at trove of democratic national committee emails before the twenty sixteen election while stone is criticized trump he told us he counts him as a longtime friend he's tall.

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"amy julie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"amy julie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Justice and protect the most vulnerable in our society this episode we're going to look back at some of our best reporting from 2017 and how that's made an impact the store you're about to here let's lawsuits government investigations and cancelled contracts stuff that still playing out to this day let's it a little bit from the investigation it first aired in october last in the room oklahoma's direct recession census haven't deterred substance abuse and filled our prisons to overcapacity that's oklahoma governor mary fouling her stay reports some of the country's highest rates of substance abuse and incarceration last year fallon urged lawmakers to stop blocking up so many people for drugrelated crimes and start referring them to treatment and rehabilitation and that's exactly what oklahoma judges are starting to do sometimes sending addicts too recovery centres instead of jail reveals amy julie harris shoshana walter investigated one of those recovery centers the place they looked at is called care christian alcoholics in addicts in recovery the founders of the program say it's all about helping alcoholics and asks turns out it also benefits the major chicken yeah we've love it out you'll ef the founder and ceo of care janet wilkerson shows amy julia and me around the programme sunny green campus we walk along a gravel path passed a rose garden a flagpole and into a gleaming dormitory it plunged by hey guys care isn't a town called j way out in the country almost out of oklahoma in the northeast corner of the state almost two hundred court order drug addicts and alcoholics are here at any given time janet says she wants these men to feel comfortable at care bible verses and her daughters quilts decorate the walls she thinks of our program as a ministry to society's outcasts i'm momma june i love to hug.

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"amy julie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"amy julie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Broken bones he said prescription painkillers delivered his only relief when you returned to work kept popping pills you know i would take ten or cassettes at a time of your work actually foresaw i was more messed up than the people that was i was dealing with gordon members ruling over the bodies of people who overdose and taking the drugs even stole from the sheriff's evidence lockers i had gunsights in there were one of our products to get oklahoma city you figured no one would miss them but after one truth to the locker he did a bad job of covering his tracks he was arrested and soon found himself with prison obscured this because i knew where i was going on in people that are out there around saint time oklahoma was trying to get a handle on its problems with prison drugs the state reports some of the country's highest rates of substance abuse in incarceration oklahoma's governor mary fallon touched on that and last year state of the state address last knowledge the elephant in the room oklahoma drag positions densest haven't deterred substance abuse and have filled our prisons to overcapacity she urged lawmakers to stop blocking up so many people for drugrelated crimes start referring them to treatment and rehabilitation that's the kind of help the judge recommend for cody after multiple arrest on drug charges instead of another spell in prison he was ordered tool recovery center called care christian alcoholics in addicts in recovering reveals amy julie harris in shoshana walter investigated care the founders of the program say it's all about helping alcoholics in addicts turns doubt it also benefits a major chicken company love it out the founder a c e l care janet wilkerson shows amy julia and me around the programs sunny green campus you walk along a gravel path passed a rose garden a flagpole and into a gleaming dormitory it's lunchtime hey guys care isn't a town called j way out in the country almost out of oklahoma in the northeast corner of the state almost two hundred court ordered drug addicts and alcoholics are here at any given time janet says she wants these men to feel comfortable i care bible verses and her daughters quotes deck great the walls she thinks of our program as a ministry to society's outcasts i'm momma gin i love to hunt from involve on because nobody likes court officials love chance program carries strict and faithbased it offers housing meals alcoholics.

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