17 Burst results for "Ju Julie"

"ju julie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"ju julie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Friday. It is a gentleman we love French fried days around here. It means the weekend is officially upon us. Let's battle All right. We'll start with Kathy in the NHL. The Stars and the Lightning are currently competing for the Stanley Cup name. One city represented in that matchup. For the Stanley Cup. That's correct. Two teams competing stars of lightning in one of the cities they represent. Stars and lighting. I don't know. A lightning Dallas stars. Derek Julie Chen is the current host of what CBS show. Ju, Julie Chan, Julie Chen Chen And, um, CBS. Uh, You get to know you used to be a co host on the top and now big brother was doing that the whole time. Big Brother's shoes all that the entire time, right? My current score. Whatever happened that, by the way, the whole moon investing ever falls? I don't know. I don't know, but they're still together. Yeah, I think they are absolutely there together. I just don't know how that whole thing played out. I forget stuff in 2020. Current score is 0 to 0. Aside from Bob Name one character from the show Bob's burgers. Oh, gosh, I know your name. You watch the show. Yes, I remember burning. You know, Lois, I think Wait. Now there's no lowest. It's Louise. Wow, You're on fire over there. Luis Linda, Tina Gene Teddy Ali! I mean, you could have been maybe thinking about family guy there with low Yes. Yeah. Family I picked up for two more seasons, right? Congratulations. Our friend Damien Fahey works here weekends and 143 My fam, But he's one of the very well received writers in Hollywood, and he's a writer on family guy. Derek, What do you call the hair color technique with a French name that has a darker color on top of your roots and a lighter color on the bottom. Oh, heck, A technique by the way. Our mistake is not the answer. Yeah, um Cheating now on their sheeting offer you have seating. I'm going for shading. Cheating, layering. Yeah, it's like, what is she eating? Our current score 0 to 0. I know. I know What comedians start is Mitch Robbins, the lead character in the movie city Slickers. Oh, I'm Crystal, but Billy Crystal no.

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"ju julie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ju julie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Lindstrom. Bradley trainer is not with us today. Halley robertson. I are here with you. But we do have to loop back. And and we have to finish our last segment because we've had some Intel in the break that is important for us to note. Holly, did we did a very pseudoscientific study here on the Colleen and Bradley show and Halley came to work today with a hypothesis. Yeah. That men you don't dry off in the shower, you dry out outside of the shower, and it makes a big old mess in the bathroom. We had a sample of five men who did not know what hollies hypothesis was and we simply ask them where are they physically in space when they apply the dry towel to their wet body. And what we got was. A sample of five guys two of whom said they were inside the shower. Two of them said that they were outside the shower and one of them said they start inside the shower and end outside the shower, it was a very like a traveling type drying situation everything off. But we got a phone call with some Intel in the break that really changed everything. Yeah. So one of the men who gave us their answer. Chris. Thanks for calling me during the break. Now he wanted to correct the record. He said that he drives off in the shower. However, I want to add this Chris said that the reason he drives off and tells off in the shower is because he was disciplined by his wife into doing. So he you dry off outside of the shower. Then he said, he got married, and then he was shamed. Into drying in the shower. Okay. That would have been valuable information for our scientific study. Thank you, Chris for correcting the record. I feel like now we can say that. Yes. Men tend to dry themselves off after the shower or outside of the shower. It is messy it don't don't do it in the shower towel bring it in with you. It'll make for a much more pleasant experience for everybody. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. And you know, what your wife's can think later or any lady you find yourself coming into contact human. Usually is the one that cleans up the puddle after you, whatever. Yeah. Share bathroom. Thank all right now. Okay. So do you. Remember, the movie before sunset it starred Ethan Hawke, and Julie Delpy and this or ju ju Julie Delpy. And this was a was this the sequel to before after sunrise there was before sunrise, then before sunset, and then there's a third movie f I don't even know where this one comes in the order, but this is the middle one. This is those romantic movies where this couple they meet they fall deeply in love in the space of twenty four hours, and they only have but a few hours to spend together before they partways now, then there's the sequel, and then the third one in the trilogy, and so they keep coming back together. Yeah. But this one this part of this movie is taking place on the Seine in Paris. And Ethan Hawke, you know, in this romantic moment on the boat tells Julie Delpy character a story about Notre Dame Notre Dame. Of course, it's been on our minds because it was nearly destroyed in this catastrophic fire over the last couple of days in this story. He tells of a time when we almost lost Notre dumb another time. The question is is it true? Here's the story. Check.

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"ju julie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Are you at let me ask you ask question. Are you a feminist? I'm an egalitarian. Do you consider yourself a woman who fights for women's rights? If I did that I have a lot more involvement in the movement. And I. I think that everyone is equal. So you're women you are a women's rights advocate. I let let me let me rephrase it because apparently apparently this apparently desert questions for you saw ask you one other question. Do you believe Julie that human beings are more important than butterflies because you want Julie Julie, I'll ask the question again. And then I gotta take a break. Do you believe that butterflies are more important than human beings or our human beings more than portent than butterflies? When you keep buzzing the in and out. I can't hear half of what you say. Okay. I'll say it again for the fifth time, I'll say to get listen listen to me. Listen to me. Julie two simple questions. Not a trick question. Do you believe that human lives are more important than butterflies? Yeah. Ridiculous question. I agree. I totally agree with you the fact that I'm having to asset to you is a ridiculous question. Julie you're the one that called me and said, I'm worried about the butterflies. I'm so worried about the butterflies sanctuaries. And that's why I don't want the wall because I heard a story somewhere on the internet that a butterfly sanctuary is gonna get ruined. If we build the wall, and then I put it in contrast to human beings visor destroyed. You said that the butterflies being hurt would be a tragedy. I say that women getting raped is a tragedy. You can't even answer that question that is insane. Okay. So women are getting raises the butterfly sanctuary. Come on. That's not what I said. Ju ju Julie Julie this is when I say bye bye. Okay. You're I can only deal with so much ignorance in one day, and I've used up almost three hours worth on you in the last ten minutes. You literally told me that you are. It's a tragedy if butterfly sanctuaries affected by building the wall, but you will refuse to say that it's a bigger tragedy. That women are raped while trying to come into this country and a border wall would significantly reduce the number of women that make that trek, which means we significantly over the number of women that are sexually assaulted while trying to come into America something that you cannot back. I gotta go. I gotta I gotta pay my bills. I'm a conservative. I've pay my own bills. I don't wait for the government to do it. It's been Ferguson show. Ward helpless. You know, it's scary as that woman actually gets a vote..

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"ju julie" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"That they're the right role model for your children if their extension of your values, so it can work. I've seen it work. I've been a part of that. But it doesn't just happen overnight. And you the parents have to be actively involved. All right. Very interesting. What's to the windy city? Nanny, she has a book out, by the way, called nanny and me which has been out for a while very nicely illustrated book, it's it's very interesting. So I raised a couple of girls largely largely on my own, but I did have help in the home. But I worked out of my home. So I had I had the nanny experience all aid ninety experience, I guess, but not the ninety experience. I I never really I never really left the house for great lengths of time leaving the ninety in charge that never happened really and kudos for you for, you know, raising these children, you know, mostly on your own like you said, it's an incredible feats to do that. And there's nothing wrong with having help in the home, especially when you're working at home. I was in that situation where the mother works from home, but you need to be able to concentrate if you're working, and you can't be working at and and taking care of the children at the same time. So it does change the dynamic of the house when the family is present or appearances presence. But it doesn't change the fact that it's help the common denominator here is help regarding whether your home or not. There's something else. You're gonna make sure of is when you're when you're a little daughter comes running to you and said Florence won't let me do this manning. Got back the nanny. Amy backed especially when it's me I didn't come on. Now. I was I was basically very five is right. I mean, it's an interesting. It's relationships. Right. Because I tell people all the time, you know, they have this idea that, you know, Mary Poppins look like this a penalty of this amazing, Danny? But okay, let's be honest here. I'm going to say the thing that probably everybody's thinking. Mary was a little mean. Okay. I mean, it wasn't like Mary Poppins is there at sugar sugar drops. And and flowers. I mean, she she was tough. So that's to me at least and Julie Andrews portrayal, she wasn't, you know, the kissing and squeezing and hunting and the kids. I mean, she definitely had a different effect to her where I'm Lee blunt had very similar mannerisms ju Julie Andrews on and and definitely have similar effects. But there was a little more warmth there. But that's what I'm saying is just because that's what the world is telling you that the nanny should look like doesn't mean. That's the right thing for your children that type of personality is the right person for your child, and it needs to be the right fit for you as a family what? So what are the values that that she instills charges? Mary poppins. Well, what's interesting about the the sequel is she is so cute. I'm only blunt in that she's kind of giddy with her own magic. And this one what she kind of takes them on an adventure. She has this look in her eyes. It's just really cute that kind of every nanny you would want to have regarding how they take care of your children that they they bring sparkle to it and law, and they take care of them. Like, you're you're their their own, but the most important lesson in very Poppins returns is similar to the one of the original. It's that it's about the adults more so than it's about the parents in this case, Mary Poppins is coming back to help the banks children, but they've grown up and navigate these very traumatic time for them. And in the process, the children, of course are being cared for. But it's really more. So for the children to understand that life does go on after loss. And also the same message to the adult banks children that there's a way to be able to come to the other. Side of something dark and something that hurts. So like I said there is a somber tone. There are many different themes that I that's what I picked up. The most is that, you know, this this movie really teaches a lot about healing. And a lot about a family coming together in a really tough time. Well, this is a fascinating conversation. Should we should we want these kids because the kids are very disciplined? Do we want from our kids? I didn't I never wanted. I didn't want to raise angels. You know, I think he's the Flynn is important. But again, it's subjective. It's defined differently. From everyone these children have major manners. I'll tell you that much. I mean when you have these children in the very beginning when the movie opens, do you can see that they're taking care of their father. If taken on the role is kind of there protect of his protects Dr and they're just adorable, and so well mannered and kind and luckily, and that's wonderful to see. But is that how every child is? No. So of course, you know, they're they're they're a different way than perhaps nor children normally would be at their various ages. But to raise children exactly like that. They have those those values and those manners. I'm not saying you have to. But I do think we're learning an important lesson from the type of children in this movie that we need to go back a little old school. We need to go back to this idea of more respect for elders and forty other. And more manners, and kindness and consideration. I feel a lot of children. That's the big theme there, and I don't think that that should be lost among children today. I Mortensen I think it's a lesson that's being lost. And I don't know why we're losing it. So we need to like I said ticket back a little old school not. I'm very proud of my two girls. They're finding out fine fine. Young women. I'm very proud of how they turned out. There should be very proud of the leap as well. Well. Yes. He wants angels gone. Don't because you know, what it's not gonna be who've them as they get older. You know, be able to learn that life is a fair. And and you know, it's not always going to be perfect, and they have to learn how to defend themselves and.

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"ju julie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Model for your children at their extension of your values. So it can work. I've seen it work. I've been a part of it. But it doesn't just happen overnight. And you the parent has to be actively involved. All right. Well, that's very interesting. We're talking to the windy city. Nanny, she has a book out, by the way, nanny and me which has been out for a while very nicely illustrated book, it's it's very interesting. So I raised a couple of girls largely largely on my own. And but I did have help in home. But I worked out of my home. So I had I had the nanny experience all aid ninety experience, I guess, but not the ninety experience. I never really I never really left. The the house for great links of time leaving the nanny in charge that never happened really and kudos for you for raising these children, you know, mostly on your own like, you started an incredible feats to do that. And there's nothing wrong with having help in the home, especially when you're working at home. I was in that situation the daddy where the mother works from home, but you need to be able to concentrate if you're working, and you can't be working at and and taking care of the children at the same time. So it does change the dynamic of the house when the family is present or appearances presence. But it doesn't change the fact that it's helped the common denominator here is help regarding whether your home or not. There's something else. You're going to make sure of is when you're when you're a little daughter comes running to you and said Florence won't let me do this. It back the ninety. Got it back the nanny. Any data back? That's basically what come on. Come on. Now. I was I was basically. I mean, it's an interesting. It's relationships. Right. Because I tell people all the time, you know, they have this idea that you know, Mary Poppins look like there's a penalty of this amazing nanny. But okay. Let's be honest here. I'm gonna say the thing that probably everybody's thinking. Okay. I mean, it wasn't like Mary Poppins is there at sugar ITO and flowers. I mean, she she was so that's to me at least and Julie Andrews portrayal, she wasn't, you know, the kissing and squeezing and hunting and the kids. I mean, she definitely had a different effect to her where Emily blunt had a very similar mannerisms ju Julie Andrews on and it definitely had a similar effect. But there was a little more want there. But that's what I'm saying is just because. The world is telling you that the nanny should look like doesn't mean. That's the right thing for your children that that type of personality is the right person for your child, and it needs to be the right fit for you as a family what? So what are the values that that she instills charges? Mary poppins. Well, what's interesting about the the sequel is she is so cute. I'm only blunt in that she's kind of giddy with her own Bajic and this one when she kind of takes them on an adventure. She has this look in her eyes. It's just really cute that kind of every nanny you would want to have regarding kind of how they take care of your children that they they bring sparkle chew it and law, then they take care of them like your your air their own, but the most important lesson in Mary Poppins returns is similar to the one of your rigid. All that it's about the adults more so than it's about the parents in this case, Mary Poppins is coming back to help the banks children, but they've grown up and navigate these very traumatic time for them. And in the process, the children, of course are being cared for. But it's really more. So for the children to understand that life does go on after loss at also the same message to the adult banks children that there's a way to be able to come to the other. Night of something dark and something that hurts. So like I said there is a somber tone there. There are many different teams that I that's what I picked up. The most is that, you know, this this movie really teaches a lot about healing. And a lot about a family coming together in a really tough time. Well, this is a fascinating conversation. Should we should we want these kids because the kids are very disciplined Joey won't ma'am from our kids? I didn't I never wanted. I didn't want to raise angels. You know, I think the plan is important. But again, it's subjective. It's defined differently. From everyone these children have major manners..

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"ju julie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome to forum. I'm rachel. Oh, what a year it's been an immigration. What are your it's going to be in two thousand nineteen with every sign pointing to a continuing battle between president Donald Trump's fight to clamp down on immigration. And those who disagree should we build a wall on the border with Mexico should people fleeing violence in Central America, be treated as refugees or criminals where do children fit into this new model of immigration enforcement where to the courts fit, and what will congress do? Now, the Democrats will be taking control of the house. Fortunately for you. And me we heavy star startled panel of reporters and academics who've been watching this story here with us this morning to talk about it. All let's start with those coming in online. John sepulveda's host of the California report. Good morning. Good morning ritual. Carrie Kahn, NPR correspondent who's been covering Mexico Central America and the Caribbean for years. Good morning. Hi, Rachel and here. Studio ju Julie small a reporter for K cuties criminal Justice and immigration team some morning and last but not least building professor of law and migration studies at the university of San Francisco the author of several books on immigration policy in race relations, including American excuse me, American presidents in immigration policy. He's also the founder of the immigrant legal resource center building. Thank you for being here this morning. You're welcome. Well, I thought we might start with this cut from President Donald Trump about the government shutdown. He's orchestrated to force congress to fund a wall on the border with Mexico. Whether government is going.

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"ju julie" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Settling debate between me, and my girlfriend Devon, she claims that shredded cheese tastes differently than she's at comes in blonde forum or incisive, and so I would love to get all of your opinion on this very important debate. And I love you all and have a good day. You know shell out to Birmingham right now. That's crazy. This is a lot of Birmingham content. Everything's coming up Birmingham. They're going to rename burning man burnt burning him. Oh, ho can be like a barbecue convention Tada. Hi cole. Hello, devon. I agree with her. Yeah. I don't know what the debate one hundred percent when I was little I thought I didn't like cheese like I didn't like slices of American cheese. I know I grew out of it. My brother would just go eat slices of like land-o-lakes American that we would get from the from the deli counter and eat the slice of cheese and still to this day. I don't love eating a plane slice of cheese. I like melting it on stuff or whatever. But I'll eat like a chunk of cheese, but a slice just feels weird and makes a taste different. But shredded cheese, I'm all up in that. I love shredded like Monterey, Jack or like a shredded cheddar a stretcher as I call it the my home, but do you think shredded cheddar tastes different than a block of chess? It really does. It's it's a surface. It's a surface area thing. That makes sense. Lou yet does does air touching more of the of the of his orphan shutters like kinda sharp. But if you just a little bit of it. Yeah. More dull. Yeah. It has. I don't know. I don't know how you feel about you not liking this license of cheese thing 'cause you and I don't agree disagree on a ton as a real like a thirty point of my personality just eating Chee totally under sexually slice. I think it might be because if this would help if I provide some background it might be because often slices of cheese come on like a deli platter with like slices of meat and coal cuts. And you know, how I feel about those and like when they do come on those platters, they sweat, and so I think when I just see a slice of cheese. My instinct isn't like let me get that in my mouth. It's like I could make grilled cheese with it or I put on a sandwich. But I'm not really into a slice of cheese. I'm sorry. I'm not disagreeing about aren't making any grilled cheese. But here's the thing. If you're making a grilled cheese, you peel off a slicer too. And you just eat it while you're make. Yes. Saying give to your dogs you give to your husband. And I don't have either of those things. Thank for thanks for reminding. Yeah, more. That's great. I just kind of make a grilled cheese. I'm just gonna solve like super number of my dogs in us. Husband. It's not sad enough. I'm making myself a grilled cheese. It's seven thirty PM on a then that's like my dream never home at seven thirty where here all the time. We're gonna we'll talk about. Okay, pod. I just yes, obviously. Devon's right coal. You're wrong. I don't know what. And yet still I feel like I've I've lost in Ghana. We're on the same side. And I feel I couldn't feel further from you coul-, you you don't disagree. Like, I don't think he's just a lead say settle a debate. Yeah. Taste different get over it accord ever type at the time. I my brothers now wife, so my sister-in-law we Julie was so it faced and we went back to her apartment, and I went to the bathroom, and when I came out she was sitting on a blow up bed that she had blown up for me to sleep on. But she's eating just a plate of shredded cheese. He'd just poured a bunch of it on a play. She was eating it. And it was all over the floor. And I was like ju Julie are you just eating a plate of shredded cheese. And she looked up at me. And she's like this sounds like a Nolan problem. I don't even know what that means. But as perfect she says, I mean, my only problem you have showed me in the video. My only problem with it is like just take the bag and put..

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"ju julie" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Two years later, eighties, jersey shore, American graffiti sort of movie that's seen as like, not the scene in the movie like that car. That scene is. I was a few years later, but it was really, it was pretty good. I I think think. so what we've we've screened the movie in different parts of the country, and even though it's a very deeply New York movies actually, very, I'm pleased to find it's very relatable that every town. Just was like drip. Like a dazed and confused yet. Yeah, that's a great. I would love to put that on the poster. You oughta to laze who went to press. I want to quote on poster, but, but it was fun. He's in takes place kind of on the queens, Long Island border, which is. Queens is right next to queens is technically on in long. Map we can do. No. So yeah, that's the best thing. The best part about this show is here. Look, I can pull that into the show now we can talk about Francis Lewis. Now, if I point my finger hand isn't put the Matt. No, no, you're fine. But the mouse I want it to. Okay, so back it up a little. So what's confusing is low? This is this is Long Island like this body here. That's Manhattan. Okay. Yeah. And then and then Brooklyn queens. So queens, like is sandwiches between. Yeah, it's so it's a little arrows explained this to people who are not from New York. Brooklyn queens are technically on Long Island like the actual physical islands. But when you talk about Long Island, you're talking about everything. East of Long Island starts east of the belt east, like the bell Parkway. That's kind of the border. Yeah, yeah, Parkway. Bell Parkway, just right here by the way, which goes up to the cross island? Yeah, bell Parkway, cross island. So the movie. So. Right there is the everything to the to the left is queens and everything to the right is Long Island. So right on that line right here. This is cool. That's the cross island Parkway. For instance, Lewis kind of metaphorically is like wrong. When you talk about wrong side of the tracks, right, crossing parkways the tracks. So on on on the on the left to the left of it, that's squeezed. Oh, and to the right of it as ju Julie. Yeah, credo Jap and some pretty fine line too. It's like these people are like the working class. You know, it's worse for these and then you you just you go like, well, they do their, they do other auto detailing their landscape? Yeah, they own the landscaping businesses and actually do the landscaping worker down in Jamaica, but so if you if you're here, you're like you like, you know, probably Christian your, you know, middle, lower middle class, you know, just working class here suddenly go, you go like a few inches to the right, and you're like a rich Jewish suburbanite. So I was not the rich part, but you know, I was like normal Jewish suburban. I grew up in Merrick was down here down back here. This is so fun. So America. Long Beach. So this is all this is all just ju. Yeah. Yeah. So in the film pretty much have a Jewish girl sort of comes to the wrong side of the tracks. Right? So like in high school, that's the part that for me was autobiographical for Gino. He's on. He's on the geo side Geos the main character played by Spencer Bowman, the guy, and he sort of like Tony minero, Mr.. Cool. Got a real as Greece or haircut happening. I checked every fact checked everything in the movie with real authentic lido's and then car. What do you call a car person at karma head here today? I had, I had well, actually Gwede. It was a one stop shop because I'd Lido gear heads we can get to that, but they were onset the entire time. I had just so many car people, God next time you do a movie with this, please let me be fact checker for guidos and car. I would check the because I'm, I was living in mortal terror. You know, you don't want you. Don't wanna make a movie like this to have everybody be like that's the wrong fucking terminology, dude. I. So I watched this movie very intently. I pay and paid attention to that stuff as it. Right. I'm scared. It's about ninety nine percent..

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"ju julie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Well, one point five you want to be an extra new movies. You oughta be in pictures have you ever been in extra in a movie or? TV show or any kind of any kind of show. Let's talk to Dave in Southampton on New Jersey one zero one point five, Dave. Hi, steve. How you doing good? How are you? I'm good. I was in a couple of movies when I lived in Minnesota, we had a lot of movies being filmed there at one time because we gave a lotta rebates for companies to come in. So I I was part of a extras casting organization that anytime something came in. They call me. So I was in grumpy old men. Great. Yeah. It was pretty cool Mighty Ducks three. And Joe somebody with Tim Allen. It wasn't a very popular movie. But nonetheless, I got to spend all day with Tim Allen. So I was pretty cool. So now you got now he came out. You got to spend all day with Tim Allen. What was that? Like, it was amazing. He he's he's one of the funniest guys. He'd he the same off cameras on camera and we shared a pizza together. It was pretty cool. Then when they actually filmed the scene one of the things that I wasn't in John pass when who's the director? He did he did a lot of the home improvement shows. And he also did the the Santa Claus movies. You direct. And he he let me actually I direct music videos, and he knew I was kind of into that kind of stuff. So he'd let me sit with them when he directed. Some of the scene was actually very very cool. You know, what you hear stories like that like some of the actors they stay in the trail like Rodney stayed in the trailer. When when I was in easy money the day at peci was in it, and he was more available. But again peci like had just start was just starting out at the time. It was you know, way before goodfellas or anything, but he goes on to get a detective show called half Nelson. But then he his stories about other actors who were just like walking around and hanging out, and you got to make some connections there as well. Right. Yeah. It was cool too. Because Tim Allen and John has never really good relationships the labor bantering back and forth in between shots, and and John path instead of saying action, he would say, okay, go ahead. Tim Allen would stop the whole thing. And he said way way way, wait Hollywood comes to Minnesota. And you say go ahead. Back and forth and saying okay, everybody to balance trailers, the black and gold one in the back. He's got a party afterwards. So everybody's invited. It was just a lot of fun. It was so much fun to be in. That ju Julie Bowen was was with them as well on that scene. So it's kinda cool. I love during the practice. Yeah. It was a great great time. Her voice. Another crazy thing that happened though during that shot during the scene over doing that there was a police shooting down the street as this happened and Tim Allen looked up and he goes just like LA. Dave, thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five have you ever been an extra in a movie or a TV show? What was it like they're looking for extras for the joker movie? And while we're at it. Give me your favorite superhero villain, who's the best superhero villain, the one that you most the most diabolical one. I don't think you can top the joker or Kanye Chris is in south Brunswick, New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, chris. Hey, steve. How you doing good? Are you? I'm okay. I know you're a big Beatles fan. Back in nineteen seventy eight I was living in Los Angeles. And we got a group of friends of mine we found out where Ringo was filming his TV special. You remember that? Yeah. Yeah. And you know, when this guy came out and have to we'd like to be extras on the show never ended up using us. But we got to spend the whole day watching Ringo film, and we met John Ritter. Who was so thrilled because he was a big Beatles fan. How about that? So you got to miss you got to hang out with him and meet him and everything we have. Yes, we sure did great. He's a great guy. Just so nice. It was wonderful. They know what that has got to be the best. Why not even about the money? It's just about you know, you get the meet Rengo you get this. You get to tell this story. You get to tell this story. And I know you've told it before because I be telling it every day if I were you and that that's what makes it worth it. Chris thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five give me either your favorite superhero villain. Right. They're making movies about the joker. Now. I liked that. I liked that. Because you know, I it's always the hero gets the movie. Batman, Batman, Batman. How many batmans we don't watch? How many superman we gotta watch jokers get in his own movie. I mean, you got to be the worst most diabolical villain in all of superhero, and all of marvel DC or whatever that you get a movie made about you one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five to ask you who is the toughest villain in all of our hero. Would you give me and also have you ever been an extra? What was like a lot of comedians by day? We'll go be extras. And you know, like when shows a lot of people do blue bloods, because it's filmed in New York, and he can get they work and everyone law and order was on the lot of comics. They go do law and order during the week. And then he come in like on a Friday night. The catchy rising star hand me the credits. You may have seen him on law and order and his one guy guy hardy Fleischer would do it all the time. Don't forget my credits. 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"ju julie" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on WJR 760

"And the cattle baron's ball is a wonderful way to celebrate have fun, and and enjoy yourselves very much while raising money had been doing it for sixteen years leading the. Fight against cancer in metro Detroit and beyond and it really is an opportunity Julie and Bob to to dress up like Cowboys and have a great time. Yeah. It is. I'm very excited. I bought my first pair of cowboy boots this past weekend. I still have to learn to line dance. I've got four nights to do to figure that out. But that's the game plan to dress up in a western theme. And have a great time on Saturday. I would suggest you wear those boots constantly at least around the house to break them. I appreciate the advice. I'll I'll do that break before Saturday. And are you going as a cowgirl Julie? I sure I sure and I wanna thank WJR. You have been a longtime sponsor since the very beginning as you indicated off sixteen years WJR stood behind this event and helped us raise money. So thank you where we were happy to do it from the very beginning. As I mentioned when Gary Kagera approached me, and I thought they were crazy, but crazy like I mean think about it sixteen seventeen years ago. I wanna have a cattle baron's ball. What boy is it ever turned out? It is a tremendous amount of fun. And the cattle baron's ball is supported by some of the nation's most influential auto executives, many of the area's largest and most influential companies, and in fact, including our two co hosts if you will or co chairs of the event we've got Bob young on the line the group vice president of purchasing supplier, engineering development costs planning groups. Toyota and Julie frame president and CEO original equipment suppliers association as serving as the honorary coaches, I ju Julie how's business. Business is good. It's a little hectic these days without all of the changes that are happening in trade and tariffs as you can well imagine. But overall, we continue to have a very strong two thousand eighteen well, that's good. And whoops. I hope everybody's okay. Or just a phone drop there. But also Bob young. Thank you to Toyota for supporting our Paul W Smith golf classic to benefit children's charities every year that we've been doing it in house the Toyota business going. Businesses. Very solid is automotive market is still remains very strong at peak levels. And quite frankly, I think the entire industry, and so we're we're building the best vehicles we've ever built. So we're really excited about the future. They really are. Everybody's building. The best cars ever money is still very reasonable out there to get a car, and I salute both of you for.

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"ju julie" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on Double Toasted

"This is a six flags musical right now. It it's not. It's not even that shit is a hostile musical tackle. Yes. Musical has better numbers than this fucking Disney doing better than this. And that's the Disney channel production right there. I know. That's the glass of mushroom cafeteria way better than anything that something that that just kept hitting me. It's funny that you bring up high school musical because I thought about your boy Zack efforts pool. Yes, Accu because I was like, you know, the thing is you can laugh at high school musical, but those kids could sing him choreography in this in a big problem with this movie is that. The men, none of them can sing. They all have weak voices. That scene right there. It's not enough of the choreography is lackluster, but his voice is not strong in the least. Well, you know, even before you get to the singing you looking at the young people who had dancing, but you know, it doesn't stop. There is one of my problems would movies where they do get into wacky hijinks with the dancing is that just turned. It gets to point where somebody's gonna turn into a buffoon and what I, I hate those musicals where something, you know, you got that person that doesn't know how to really dance. They just did their comedy relief that it'd be stupid. So and everybody breaks the desert. What what's what's the, what's the one is name in the movie. The one that not the ju Julie Walters, duly Walters is the, she's she's not the horny when she's the. She's the fucking dumb one. And in the movie they show where call it don't when she's just a little one. She's a goddamn before. Look at this. Everybody's going around having a good time dancing, everybody's doing that thing and she's running in the tables. And you know, like she's Minna challenge when they try to do all these things is just too silly, man. It's almost like the like. The trying too hard to get a laugh. You know, trying too hard to make a goofy, you know, it's too hard to really know what to do so much and they, they think they've built these characters up more than they watched that muzzle watch goddamn episode. The banana splits. Dude, this put that put them in their man. It's similar. It is, you know, it's just like it's what it comes across as you didn't really have any real stage business for this person to do just react, just react silly in goofy to every object bump into, and that that really bothered me. Because again, as I said, that's trying too hard nursing right there. The plan angel is from Abba. In the biggest part with the musical numbers in this is that they are trying to cover it every Abbas on as much as they can ages crowbar. Somebody saw. Garcia is in the movie as a character named for Nando, just so share can sing for Nando..

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"ju julie" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Sweetcorn is now available in parts of southern minnesota it has been since about july eleventh mike and calling clincal heights grow acres of sweet corn on their farm just south east of what cornea and never corn stan open daily next to cynics station along highway five right in what konia so a lot of these people that are growers are now out you know selling sweet card i think it's really good this year we've already hit two meals ju julie brophy from victoria reports many houses are full bloom with these tommy birds visiting the flowers for nectar the sounds of summer now our house friends great catbird northern cardinals all singing blue jays and and she says and those as and baltimore orioles are fledging the fledglings are begging for food and they do this by moving their wings up and down quickly and then they make all these neat sound and of course and the another sound hearing the backyard cicadas are buzzing not as often as she thought with a hot weather and as i mentioned i finding heard this accused buzzing just just a few days ago this past wednesday july lemon sandy night joined it bus lowered with others from mcintosh fine foods grocery store here in konia and we anyway we're on their annual tour on tight vegetable fire near waverly came back and and his daughter jessica hosted a tour jerry and sue tight again this farm forty eight years ago jerry where's our guy for the farm tour about fifty crops are raised on tights vegetable vegetable farm including some fruits such as apples raspberries strawberries cantaloupe watermelon and vegetables such as cucumbers onions green beans broccoli and of course sweetcorn which is been ready since the eleventh of july i'm tight farm is large over one hundred workers out there fourteen hundred acres including forty acres under tall plastic tunnels this farm producers all the sweetcorn for the minnesota state fair it noon we enjoyed that first year sweetcorn and salads featuring tomatoes and cucumbers and then we had products for macintosh and find food but it's really fun to be out on the farm and seeing where some food is coming from ryan marlene simon from northfield report that with lots of do the spider webs show up nicely in the sunlight they did yesterday morning and i'm sure they are again this morning and they said deer flies are still numerous and bothersome so wrong what kony our the deer flies out think all oversee ceo land still baltimore orioles coming to grape jelly feeder and the and mcrae catbird also lots of testing seen in cornfields and locally grown sweet card is now being sold this is in the northfield area carleen has been collecting monarch butterfly aches caterpillars and she raises religious monarch butterflies and she's had some really good results this summer lisa borders from fair bowl yesterday evening they walked at river bend nature center at some of the trails just to find out what they get here and they came up with this list common yellow throats both house wrens field sparrow northern cardinals were singing american goal faces calling and saving singing up here fired dollars hooting and green frogs or calling and they heard and they've been hearing last night they even hearing the annual cicadas buzzing and they said they hear more often in the city and out in the country mary bruce and some loosen flutes and reports fire we has radiant rose purple flowers creeping bellflower is looming in ditches with the daisies evening primrose at saint john's wart also i mean and she has been seeing i've good number of monarch butterflies this summer retired teachers who still teach part time work with a lot of kids anyway that from the sewer and henderson they point out that one season side so slowly into the next summer has just arrived and yet there are signs that time is passing quickly local candidate keys have molded the guys are capable of flight that's geese will be in the air soon swallows like tree and barn swallow species gathering electrical lines west of henderson by the hundreds scarlet canons your mayo's.

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"ju julie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That that the real hidden story here the story that they're covering is how the media and the justice department trumped up this whole narrative against donald trump has his campaign and his presidency but but but it's more than just that isn't it i mean now we're learning that it looks as though the fbi actually brought spies in and were spying against a presidential campaign which frankly you know if they're really looking to expose the next watergate that's kind of a bigger story than watergate i would think julie kelly i think that that is hilarious if somebody who covers us and you know this to every week it's harder and harder to keep the data all connected because it seems like we're finding out new information every week and now the new york times has what's really a laughable article posted today a very lengthy whitewash of the fbi investigation how it started with george popadopoulos a lot of facts are omitted or gleaned over in this piece by adam goldman and you know this is what the media has been doing and so but in the piece it admits the new york times reporter admit but there was many as four trump associates who are being spied on just months before the presidential election this is something that we've been told did not happen when trump suggested it he was laughed and suggested he didn't have the mental fortitude to be practiced but now it's coming to light that all of a lot of we've suspected and what know people have leaks or at least reporters like mollie hemingway andrew mccarthy have been told that this is actually the truth that the obama administration did trump to about it ju julie kelley thirty seconds i'll i'll have you answer the question i've asked my audience what's the endgame here how does this all finish up here i don't know i mean these are very powerful interests at work and it's hard to say whether it's so i think you're right i juli kelly senior contributor to american greatness it is hard to say i think you're just as good as mine but one thing we can definitely agree on andrew mccarthy mollie hemingway sean davis lee smith chuck ross kim strassel byron york catherine herridge and sarah carter doing incredible work right now and that's why you hear from them on a regular basis gregor on this program.

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"ju julie" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"You know karl anthony towns that's it was yeah and part of it you know it is kind of a badge of honor with these guys because baynes contest a lot of shots so ellen is the same way like him he really like anthony telfer's the same way too i mean like you if you're gonna play hard like you need to get done every once in a while i that's actually the mark of a good defender a lot of times but oh ju julie i think it was julius randle at the kobe retirement game the best dunk guy saw in person this year at the kobe retirement game three different lakers dunked on kevin durant in the first quarter or first half and i think randall's was the best of those three off the top of my head but that was ridiculous okay best win of the year this one was actually pretty clear cut for me in terms of the larger significance and it was the toronto raptors beating the houston rockets in houston in november i don't remember the exact date it was the only game houston lost in november and it was kind of sign if these raptors are for real and they're getting the number one seed in the eastern conference it was a nice win and and why liked that one much also they were a very good team playing a very good team who had a good game this was not dominance over enough night or anything like that the raptors took maybe not houston's best shot but something pretty close to it in houston and came away with a win in that vein user that houston's win over golden state would be up there as well that was a game in the warriors were at full strength the rockets red full strength we knew how good the rockets were adept point it was the last time they were playing that was really like the springboard pass golden state and get into the number one seed though with all golden state's injuries that would have gotten there anyway but i of like an underdog story on these so i'm going to go with the celtics over the jazz just about a week ago.

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"ju julie" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Yes which actually does make it not art i'm fine with that i mean are you guys find there's no amount of money that could like properly modify the exposure that you get from being like one of seven hundred people on a team at this theatre it's pretty complicated and i don't know what theater you're talking about we're just talking about my comedy school okay so okay great and it's and it's pretty complicated actually my comedy school or just the the okay well you must be obtained frigging neck and paperwork yeah the checks i get have the green eminem squirting has the green eminem squirted first time and the jon lovitz one is like that's never happened wow okay those are my checks and if you guys want to say that that's not art that is as long as the that wasn't paid okay so cody you have a lot of songs i yeah we got one here as you want to do music yeah let's do two yeah so ju julie how does it musical about cody open how does it start i feel like it would be like well i've never seen hamilton but i know the hamilton polka okay oh okay the weird albert in the of handle talon lip sync to while it was like a total surprise joe see jimmy fallon do frisch hamilton po to know put did y'all see jimmy fallon do the bob dylan song and basically begin roast my man trump.

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"ju julie" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"She tang tangier here today yeldham she's already gone mostly sunny today fifty it's beautiful out there how it will forge is already forty five chat after quarrying lambert a p one listener an eighty six euroleague pennsylvania who uses own walker held that pop bank at gunpoint well i set an eighty six year old woman with a locker whether walker half squishing she's got the walker she's got the gun but then she has to take the money add to see what he did yeah mbilini emily kokilai hobbled overdo it teller at the tv bank in west philly flash a thirty eight caliber revolver and demand demanded four hundred dollars well she said she believed she been short changed by the bank so she came back to get shareholder eight out of her pocketbook let me i buy these hearings yaris with aggravated assault robbery and making terroristic threat splitting do with somebody at that age too they did they go to jail i don't think they gotta do they go know they will put a nursing home don't do this again take away your walker guy and barrington the illinois 47yearold ju julie gag me and called police to report that are 2016 and vanity q act seventy have stolen while she was having dinner at a restaurant eventually authorities found the vehicle on fire at the end of a dead in st throw know however later miss julie retracted her stolen vehicle report after police found an x gene flame thrower need the charred suv ashura after a little investigation found out that she had coincidently purchased a flame thrower online so i would imagine her claim police records has gone up in flames and adventure are kgb hardson disorderly conduct and following a false police report now she's young enough to go to jail for wait a minute if she's beautiful that she can't covering that at all i know they go and there have been a few cases where they said okay you're right where do you go online to get the next fifteen flame for or let's ask alexa i tell you that you can buy flame throwers for cleaning up like a driveways with from weeds and things like that and test dave line took komal washington a couple was driving jeff sowed the coma last wednesday evening they mr curve for some reason and struck a tree the police showed up and filled out the accident report.

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"ju julie" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ju julie" Discussed on KTRH

"Furniture made in america studios this is the used radio seven forty ktrh abused and iheartradio station that is 700 one word glider jury here map patrick share fire houston's morning news all right let's get right to it once they go to traffic and weather together let's get out to julie that hearty and see how will do an advocacy there's been a massless morning a julie how we do it is a red alert situation in downtown houston with forty five closed on the northbound side as you come up to sixty nine they're going to force you off there and if you're on sixty nine tried to get onto forty five can i do that either those are close so you're looking at our plus delays just trying to get into downtown and 45 the southbound side there was also accent activity on that's i was actually the stall on what lost a wheel and went across the wall into the northbound lanes that's what causes full thing your backup on the north free way as all the way back to about little york's the un i want to use the hardy tollroad to get in this morning coming in from spring and woodland's area and then just use hearty street all the way into downtown if you have to go to downtown if you don't use six tend to go round but i can tell you right now six ten is not pretty either as you try to move on the west loop on and you're trying to in between say to ninety and sixty nine that is backed up in both directions energy you're coming in from sugarland you're going to feel the effects there it's going to take you about fifteen twenty minutes just to get to six ten as you're coming in from the sam2 odd houston and then if you're trying to travel on the south loop we've got delays from 45 over to to eighty eight that's gonna take you about thirty minutes and then if you're on the north liu that's all jammed up as well because of this as you move from wayside you try to get over forty five north freeway that's is going to be about twenty twenty five minutes i'm ju julie hearty in the.

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