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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"They have <Silence> <SpeakerChange> ally in our mom. <Speech_Female> She's not like a <Speech_Female> distant, <Speech_Female> there's grandma <Speech_Female> kind of thing. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> She's a part <Speech_Female> of their day to today life. <Speech_Female> Of course, she might go down <Speech_Female> the line and call <Speech_Female> all 7 of them <Speech_Female> 8 times <Speech_Male> a day until somebody <Speech_Male> picks up the phone. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> But <Speech_Male> and then she'll get stuck <Speech_Male> on my number and <Speech_Telephony_Male> it's like, hello? <Silence> <Speech_Male> Oh, I didn't mean to call <Speech_Male> you. I meant <Speech_Male> to call Mary Allen. <Speech_Male> Then I <Speech_Male> was like, mom, <Silence> I'm <Speech_Male> with the boys. <Speech_Male> I'm <Silence> sorry. <Speech_Male> Two minutes later, <Speech_Male> ring. <Speech_Male> Hello. <Silence> Oh, <Speech_Male> I did it again. <Speech_Male> It's like, <Speech_Male> okay, brittnay. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Stop <Speech_Male> calling, how do you <Speech_Male> remember my number? <Speech_Male> But that's the <Speech_Male> remark. I <Speech_Male> remember Michelle's <Speech_Male> mom's phone <Speech_Male> number. She remembers, <Speech_Male> and we're painting <Speech_Male> this picture. She's <Silence> really <Speech_Male> good. She's not, <Speech_Male> she's not. She's great, <Speech_Male> and she's beautiful. <Speech_Male> Outside inside <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> all of those <Speech_Male> things. Yeah, she's funny. <Speech_Male> She's, <Speech_Male> you know, the life <Speech_Male> of the party. She's available. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> She's <Speech_Male> available. Please, <Speech_Male> somebody <Speech_Male> swoop in. <Silence> <Speech_Male> Anybody from the greatest <Speech_Male> generation on <Speech_Male> down. <SpeakerChange> Just <Silence> she'd <Speech_Male> be quite a competitor. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Carmichael, <Speech_Male> at daddy <Speech_Male> issues. And <Speech_Male> we'll <Speech_Male> set you up with our mom. <Speech_Male> We're going to <Speech_Male> need a brief, <Speech_Male> like a one <Speech_Male> page <Silence> financial <Speech_Male> statement from <Speech_Male> you. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> Whoever you are. <Speech_Telephony_Male> A private jet would <Speech_Male> be nice. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Although she's not that picky. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> She's got <Speech_Male> a good head of <Speech_Male> hair. I mean, she's a beautiful <Speech_Male> woman, our <Speech_Male> mother. She <Speech_Male> still is <SpeakerChange> beautiful. <Speech_Male> Well, I just came back <Speech_Male> from my second hair <Speech_Male> transplant with doctor <Speech_Male> parsa mohebi, <Speech_Male> who we've had on <Speech_Male> this podcast. <Speech_Male> And she's <Speech_Male> like, ah, <Speech_Male> I mean, the <Speech_Male> things you have done, <Speech_Male> I just gave you, <Silence> <Speech_Male> I gave you bad <Speech_Male> genes on the hair. <Speech_Male> I wish I could give you <Speech_Male> all my hair. I'm like, <Speech_Telephony_Male> yeah, I wish you <Speech_Male> could, too. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> She looks like <Speech_Male> dad's fault. <Silence> <Speech_Male> She <Speech_Female> looks at me and says, <Speech_Female> oh, she's like, your hair <Speech_Female> looks like it's thinning, <Speech_Female> you know, your father's <Speech_Female> sister was totally <Speech_Female> bald.

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Natalie speaking at my wedding with Michelle and I had to turn my chair and face the other way. It was so embarrassing because I was like snot was falling out of my nose and I couldn't stop it barely hear her because I just was crying so much because she had the guts to get up there in front of all those people and talk about me as a dad. You know, that was the most, know, the most emotional, I think I've ever been in my life. Yeah, so I don't know. But so when Oliver talks about that stuff about kind of going the polar opposite of his dad, I think about that a lot that, you know, just being more verbal with my children or Michelle or anybody is doing anything for me. I'm always like, hey, I just want to tell you that what a great job. And I think being the son of or in your case, the daughter of somebody like our larger than life looming presence that is dad, makes you forces you unless you're a complete asshole to try to kill everybody with kindness because they're probably predisposed to thinking you're going to walk in thinking you're the king or the Queen and you want to go, no, I don't feel that way at all, which we don't. Yeah, you want to prove the point. That you're not that. So it actually works out the net of it is good because you don't unless you just take it all in and you're just insufferable, which I'm sure happens, but I don't think you would last very long in this business. I think you'd get flushed out. Yeah, for sure. I mean, I think that I'm lucky to do what I do just being in radio, and what I do compared to what you do is not the same. I mean, I'm on a.m. radio in the middle of the day in the middle of America. You know, but it's a daily thing, and I enjoy it. And tune into the carny show. On the big 5 50. We've gone this whole time and I only want to go a couple more minutes. And we haven't really talked about mom. Mom was an actor on Broadway, took acting classes, had this career, and really did take everything that she had done to that point when she got pregnant with me. And just kind of took that and put that to the side and became Jack buck's wife and Joe and then eventually Julie buck's mom and was as involved as any parent, you know, almost enough for two because dad was not involved that way, that she, so we were so lucky to have such a strong mom that could handle dad being gone as much as he was while raising two kids

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:40 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"He would brag to all of his friends and umpires and other players that I was doing what I was doing, but he never said it to me. And but I'm telling you that he said that to you about you. I also have that set in the living room with him when you were calling your first World Series and he got up and he stood in front of that big console TV, we had with the wood all around it and during your call at the end of the World Series and he and his arms crossed and his toothpick in his mouth and just tears were streaming down his face. It was one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen. I'll never forget that moment. I mean, he was so proud of you. And where he didn't call and run to the phone and gush over it. No, I mean, that's my story. I called home after that 96 World Series, which was my first. I was 27 and doing it in The Bronx and Yankees and braves, and I was doing a recap into the camera and we get off the air after the end of game 6, which was the last game of the series and I called and he answered and, you know, I said, well, what'd you think? And he's like, what time does it come on? Like he didn't watch it. And then he said, it was great buck. And then he handed the phone to mom, and he couldn't talk. Right. So then she, you know, oh my God, that was so good. So we're so happy and that was unbelievable. You did that and you called your first World Series and then the next day I talked to mom and she said he couldn't. He was crying so hard he couldn't talk. So he didn't want to cry into the foam. But there's that and it just was to such an extreme. Right. And honestly, the best times I had with him were traveling, but when we traveled with the Cardinals, but also when I was, I saw a completely different side of him again since this is daddy issues. When I was pregnant with my twins and my husband was working a lot, we were both immature. He was going out with work people after work, and I'm sitting here going, hello, I'm pregnant with twins. I need your support here. I need this. I need that. And dad was around for the most he'd ever been around in my life. And this is right before he ends up dying. But in 2000, where he would go with me to ultrasounds. And to see. Really? He went to see the boys because I had so many because I was having twins, you know, that is now. Yes. There are so many ultrasounds. And somebody had to go with me and mom would go, Jeff would go. But sometimes dad would go. And the crying gene would turn on immediately. And he'd be, how about that? I mean, looking at these two

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:18 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"I know what it's like to be Jack buck's son. And follow him into these booths across America and to do baseball and football and all these different sports and be compared to a Hall of Fame announcer. And now you have another layer because in the town we live in, your jackbox daughter, your Joe buck's sister, Natalie has that who's gonna act and is acting and you know, oh, that guy on TV that's his daughter and, you know, for people old enough, that's Jack buck's granddaughter, whatever it might be. But in this small town, I would imagine that gets a little tiring. You know what? I could say that it does because in some ways it does, but at the end of the day, if you weigh it all out for me personally, there's so many good things that have come out of that for myself. My kids, our mom, your kids, and really the place where we live, which is St. Louis, Missouri, that I can't, I mean, I could pull negative things out of it if I wanted to. But I choose to just say, oh my gosh, this is like, it makes me feel good to be able to pop into our local drug store over to the companion sandwich shop and have 25 people say hello and in two minutes. Now for you, it's different, not everybody recognizes me. I'm on the radio, I'm in St. Louis, Missouri. You go anywhere, and you really can't be as anonymous as I am. So I can kind of take that card out of the deck as much as I want to. So to speak, reveal as much as I want to in a lot of cases where people know you and they know what you look like. Does that make sense? Yeah, but I mean, do you struggle with the idea that the only reason you're on radio? With the self doubt stuff, just like me, oh, the only reason you're doing this is because you're jackbox son. The only reason why you're doing this is because you're Jack buck's daughter. Like, do you deal with that? Is that the voice inside your head? Of course it is. I mean, I would be lying if I said that wasn't there. I mean, we have a tax line at the radio station on the Kearney show, the big 5 50 K TRS, where we get texts from listeners. And they will sometimes say stuff like that. I mean, I have one guy that texts in all the time. And he calls me Julia, my name's Julie. And he's like, you're so braggy. I was talking about the kind of apples that I like that I like honey crisp apples, and he's like, sure, only you, you would be able to afford those fancy apples. I'm like, oh my God, I can't even talk about what kind of apples I like without being criticized. So that's there. And then there's that little piece of, you know, even, you know, coworkers or even sometimes people that you work for want to put that little thing in there, but I've been on the radio for since I was in my early 20s and it is what it is, you know? I mean, I do the best I can. I still do it, and I'll do it as long as

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

04:44 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Louis. So there were times where he would be gone for two weeks. And there was no, hey, let's call dad on his cell phone and get him off the golf course or call him before he does the broadcast. The only time he really called home was when he was in the camo X radio booth because they had free phone lines. To call long distance. And so we didn't see our dad and again, not complaining. It is what it was. We didn't see our dad. I hate that we have to always disclaim that, but whatever. That should be baked in, but by now, on the podcast, but there were large chunks of time where we didn't see dad. So somebody had to be, you know, not the, I guess a father figure in essence at home. And if I was that for you, I was not aware that mom would threaten telling me just your homework or whatever. That's absurd. I was 12 and you were 9 and you were going to get punished by me? Yeah, I was afraid. I wanted you to like me. I wanted you to think I was cool. I wanted you to, I don't know. I didn't want you to be disappointed in me. Wow. Are we having a, huh? Are we having a moment? I guess not. I said, are we having a moment? No, I mean, I always just, I didn't ever really understand the extent of that. But mom leaned on me to I do know that. And I do know that there were times where you were a little bit, let's say, more difficult than I was as a kid. And yeah, you. No? No, I was. But not, they make it like I was, but it wasn't like I was strung out on drugs somewhere. I was in trouble for being late to school by 30 seconds or talking in class. I mean, or playing a terribly thought out prank on a teacher or something along those lines. I wasn't going for attention. Just looking for and that's what I was doing. It wasn't like sleeping with people or doing anything that I was when you really look at it. Now, from an adult point of view, as I was the bad one, I mean, I really was all like threatening to run away and then run away for an hour and then you're back as we were too hungry. I mean, you weren't going to run away. We had to eat. Yeah. That mean, come on. How long and how far could you go? We had no money in our pockets, and had no,

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"I just pulled open my drawer before we came on here, and it's your writing, you basically run my finances in my if you go down, I have no idea what's coming in and out of this office. You can guess the passwords I'm pretty sure. I think you could probably figure it all. Yeah, you get that weird one that I don't get that one that you've always tell it to me. And I'm like, what the hell is that? Yeah. I'm not even going to say what it is because it would be easy to figure out too easy, probably. But I will say that your kids, since I have three sons, so for me, with the two girls, those are that's as close as I'm going to get to ever having a daughter. And so that, in my life, has worked out beautifully for me. I kind of have the best of all worlds. And I also have twins that are 22. And now Joe has these four year old twin boys that have just been like a bridge and just, I don't know, it sounds cheesy, but literally this burst of joy and a rainbow in our family just, I mean, it's a lot of work with two little boys, man. They are, they are so much fun. And it's like getting back to go and live this. I think they think I'm their grandma. I took them to target the other day, and I said, do you think people think I'm your grandma? And they're like, no, Judy. That's what they call me. And I'm like, I think they probably do, but that's okay. We have such a great time. You've got four awesome kids. I've got three amazing sons, and we're just blessed, and you do a lot for my kids too. So, you know, I mean, there's a give and take there. And I think we both appreciate it. Appreciate each other a lot. Yes. So yeah, I agree. We came out of this at times odd situation, but and we grew up and live in a smallish town that

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"I think it was a girl, a little girl and carried her down into the dugout and into the medical room in the Red Sox Clubhouse. So even she was traumatic. I don't know. I don't know what happened to her, but yeah, that picture exists on the cover of at least the sports if not the main paper in Boston from 1981. Anyway, you and I fought for whatever reason for the longest time and then I don't know when that changed when I went to college when I was in high school. I never visit you in college. I remember being on the phone with you when I was away at college and you would talk on the phone then. And then, you know, when I think when Natalie was born, I feel like that was kind of a time to bridge the gap and then trudy and then we had a little freeze out going on and then we kind of got everything back together, but I mean, I think overall I think we have this underlying thing that no matter what, we would be there or at least I feel like this, no matter what went down, we would be there for the other person. We have that deep, no one else knows what our life was, you're the only other human being on the planet that can relate to so many things that went on. And that's not just for us, but that's for anybody that has a sibling. I mean, there's a lot there, a lot of connections, a lot of memories. Yeah, and I think the perception would be from the outside. And I think this is true. I mean, I would categorize us growing up as upper middle class. I think the perception would be, oh, their dad's a Hall of Fame announcer. And I'm not, so we didn't need we didn't need for anything, but we were not like old money rolling in. None of that. And dad was pretty strapped most of the time. With the money he was making, the money it was coming in and the money that was going out. And for a lot of the reasons. Did we? No, but that was actually gonna be my point. When you said we were shielded from anything that was going wrong, I think that's the role of good parents. It wasn't thrown in our face if anything was going wrong. And I think that you only know what you know. You only know, that's all we knew. That's how we grew up. We didn't know if that was if it was normal. We didn't know if it was abnormal. We didn't, and we're not really filling in a lot of blanks because a lot of it's not totally fair. Because not everybody's on this Zoom call at the moment. But, you know, you don't know what you don't know.

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"And I ended up talking to this guy Doc Appleton who created this. Weird, I don't know, we're probably going to get sued by king. Yeah. But I don't care. I was there. I'm living my truth right now. David miscavige or whatever his name is, it started Scientology that's old man was a million years old. And they're like, oh, Doc Appleton's unbelievable with kids who are homesick. I got on the phone with him before I went up there. It's like weekend attorneys. They propped him up in a chair at all. I visited him one time in this weird house up on the hill at that place. And that's where that's where I got these like, no one in the history of the camp. Has ever been allowed to use the pay phone. And I'm like, well, today, Doc Appleton, I would really like to make an asset. One 9. And this guy was supposed to help me with my homesickness and I couldn't even we had no conversation at all. And it ended up being okay for me because I was in the section of the camp that was like, eh, this kid could be here. This kid could not. It was the mini slim boys cabin. You were like in the hot guys cabin for the fatties. I mean, are we allowed to say that? Well, we were there. I mean, we were two of them. That's what it was. I mean, you were like in that there was a guy named Jay that was like really good-looking and it would be like drop dead movie star if he lost a bunch of weight and you were like in that that was like the first you look like a little heavier David Schwimmer. Right, you were a cool kid, I think maybe for the first time in your life. I mean, you had to change the audience a little bit. But. I did. All of a sudden. Look at me. Time to walk around with your shirt off. I was like, Tarzan walking around like, hey, look at me. Two stretch marks. Yeah. Exactly.

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

04:18 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Yeah. I can't talk for two years. I think it was ten and 11, and then it was 12, which would make 1981. You're right, because we lived at Williamsburg. Yeah, I remember that. Yes. I would say 1981, and we went away. We drove, they drove us from Missouri to Massachusetts. We were picked up by people in white coats. Mom and grandma. Drove us in a station wagon. With wood paneling. With wood paneling from St. Louis, Missouri to the Berkshire mountains in Massachusetts to a quote unquote. I mean, it's not what they build it as, but it was a fat camp. You showed up there and for, I don't know how long we were there three weeks, four weeks. Four and a half. Three solids, and it was, I mean, there were so many subplots happening. They sent me starved you. Are they starved do they sent me with miss piggy stationary? And I always read into that. And that was always upsetting. Who sent you with miss piggy stationary? Mom and grandma, I don't think they meant anything by it as an adult, but as a kid, I was like sitting there at fat camp going, why am I writing home from fat camp? On note cards with a pig. I don't know. Hello. I'm two pounds today. Kirby? I think I lost literally 14 pounds week one. And no one in the history of the camp had ever used to pay phone until they met me. I worked these people over time until I got a hold of the phone. I was like, I have to come home. I can not do this. I can not be away from home. Well, the fucking thing. I had been two years to this camp in Missouri near Hannibal called a can of cock. Christian camp. It was a Christian camp. Which was, I'm not even going to go down that path.

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:37 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Crossing an unnamed ocean. I mean, I do this for a living, I do a radio talk show, so a lot of my inner secrets are no longer. I mean, I just let it all hang out, so to speak, which is not really a good way to say that. But I mean, I'm down, just if you go too far, I'll let you know. Okay, I'll start off with something easy. How does it feel to know that I am both mom and dad's favorite child? Oh, I came to the conclusion a long time ago that I'm good with it because you were mean to me as a kid. We fought a lot as children, but we get along really great now, which is I don't know why or how that happened. We're so close now. But it's for sure the truth because if you walk into our mom's room and by the way, our mom lives at my house, lives with me. She has literally and I am not kidding. Poster size cardboard cutouts of Joe, just by himself, one with Joe just a cigar by our bathtub. One of Joe and his kids, and then another couple of Joe, I've walked by him so many times. They're huge. And for me, I was in the local little newspaper with a two by two inch photo. She cut it out. Me ripped it out, didn't even get out the scissors. Two inch. Which is good. By the bathroom mirror. And that's all I got. I mean, it's obvious that you're the favorite. And I'm okay with it because this sounds really cheesy. But you have been so good to me and you're such a wonderful brother that I get it. I mean, you are kind of the golden child. Dare I say it. Yeah, well, we could go there. Is that what you could go there when we were. Is that what our 6 half brothers and sisters all call me? I think so that slipped out on Facebook in a late night tirade that was later taken down by one of them. But yeah, I think that's that you know that. So we've talked about this AD nauseam on this podcast. I'm sick of my own story because of this podcast, I'm not complaining, but my story is my story. It doesn't change. I burst into the world as a surprise to Carol lynch Nick at the time and Jack Bach back in April of 1969 or at some point I was a surprise prior to April 25th of 1969. So here I am bursting into the world and that forced to change in our dad's life, which meant that he was, you know, he had a decision to make and the decision turned out to be. He was going to marry my mom and they were going to raise me. And he at the time was married with 6 kids and I would say the exit was not handled perfectly well.

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"So there you go. But that's a long time ago. So now here he is. I think I saw him shirtless on that once. You've seen him shirtless in Cabo. I've seen him shirtless. Look, I should never be shirtless. I've joked on this podcast that I shower with my shirt on if anybody else is in the house at the off chance that they walk into the bathroom, but Oliver is really comfortable with being shirtless and basically naked walking around our place in Cabo. Dropping odd hairs around the kitchen area, but for some reason, he just doesn't care. However, a bringing all of this up because he actually cared today. This is the first time he's actually had some sort of feeling of being less than. Yeah. And being self conscious. Being self conscious, yes, that's what I'm getting at. I lived in a constant state of being self conscious. I'm here now. That's where I'm residing. You're in you reside in self conscious land. Yeah, oh my, well, you know that. Yeah. I know, but okay, so here we are. We have not done a podcast for a couple of weeks. Margot and Josh have been kind enough to step in and do a little recap and a preamble as we used to call them and roll old episodes of daddy issues. Here we are recording on the 10th of August. 2022, and I have recruited my sister Julie buck Brooks. Who is a red hot radio personality in St. Louis, Missouri? To join me much like I had Natalie, my daughter joined me when Oliver was doing whatever Oliver was doing the last time he couldn't show up. So now I've got Julie. I'm running out of family members. Dad's dead. Mom is incapable. And to bring that up and that too. I have trudy, I have Michelle, but she's put herself in the penalty box for this podcast. Because of a past appearance when we had Aaron on two, I think we're going to rectify that on his other podcast. But I'm talking throughout this whole thing because I'm going to interview you, Julie. I'm going to, I'm going to interview you about you about us about our family history and maybe just maybe on this episode of daddy issues, as I talk to my, can I say your age? I mean, I don't care. Just nobody asked me if Joe's older or younger than me. That's all I ask. I have to say this. You're three years younger than me. I'm 50. I don't care. Say it. This isn't bad. And mother of three boys who are all in college, all thriving and making the family proud day after day, but now here we are ready to talk about Joe and Julie buck. Should I lay down? I feel like this is gonna be a major therapy sesh or get out the Kleenex. I mean, what roads are we gonna go down? I just, just like I do with Oliver, I have prepared absolutely nothing for this podcast. So we're gonna see where it takes us. This is like Magellan.

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

02:42 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"Anybody in 2022 that can't get on a Zoom call. Does that mean, am I that? Am I the one person? Yeah. No, I'm just glad to know somebody that in 2022, after a pandemic. Can't get on a Zoom call. I zoom out. I promise I was just going to try to incorporate my headphones and really give you the vibe that I work in radio. So I was going to attach it to my iPad, and that didn't work. So however, you realize I work with Oliver, who is basically naked and on his iPhone with no cell service and I'm just left to do a max headroom interview with him while he dips in and out freezes and does everything else and puts his hair behind his ears. Here's one thing I wanted to say about Oliver. Because we're back doing a podcast basically out of guilt. So you're all welcome. Just kidding about that. I was on a call with Oliver today for matters that don't really pertain to this podcast and he was about to do a shirtless scene in the cleaning lady. And he was freaking out. He's like, I've got gray chest hair, which I've never noticed that I've had, speaking as Oliver, and B, he's like, I feel like I'm gaining weight. He's like, it is just not pretty. So Oliver, our friend is going to be shirtless on network television. In the upcoming season of the cleaning lady on Fox right on your TV. How about that? I know a lot of women that will go nuts over that. And I think they'll fix it in post. Isn't that what they say in TV if there's any issue? I mean, well then I need post to follow me around to go to the pool. Go to the beach and Cabo. Do you ever post is the airbrushing lives? I would love it. I would absolutely go crazy. Tighten up the buttocks. Yeah, I mean, he's, you know, he's a little bit of a drama king when it comes to this stuff, and I'm sure he'll be fine, but you know, he's a lot of years removed from whatever that show is that's on some odd DirecTV channel at weird times in the night. Margot, what was the thing he was on? Do you know what he was doing? Or whatever, isn't that one of those? No, no, no. Okay. You know, Margot, hop in. What was the show he was on that was on for at rules of engagement. I thought of it. Oh yeah, I love that show. Yeah. Rules

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"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

05:10 min | 6 months ago

"julie buck" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson

"A video camera on the entire day. And I haven't seen or thought of my life as a 13 year old. Since I was 13, so it was from beginning of day to end of day, and it was how every day of my life was spent. Right. Get up in the morning, go to Alex stadium, watch a spring training baseball game. Trail around after my dad, watch my dad interview people, I started, I started noticing different idiosyncrasies and mannerisms that he had, stuff that I was aware of, but not aware of. Watching him do the game watching him, this is all on the video. But the interesting part happens at the end, because at the end, the video then goes inside our rented condo in St. Petersburg. And now I am transported to the 13 year old Joe. The ten year old Julie buck and my dad is 59 then. I'm 52 now. My mom is 40 something. She looks amazing. She's diving around trying to not get videoed because she doesn't think she looks good, but she looks great. And then my dad puts on this show for the kid holding the video camera. And it was like I was brought back to my 13 year old self. And it was interesting in that. The reason why I bring any of this up is I have a lot of the same issues that you have. And I never thought I did. I always thought I think you at least I look back on my childhood in a way that makes it feel like it was idyllic. And it really was not that ideal. It was great on many levels. But my dad was an older dad. My dad was a divorced guy who met my mom, and was not divorced at the time. My mom gets pregnant with me. I come into the world. This is all in my book. So I'm not revealing anything there. But every day was built on making my dad the most comfortable he could be. And at one point, he starts joking to the camera like the woman who's down there says, well, Jack, you know, how do you start your day? He goes, well, I wake up. I jog

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"julie buck" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"julie buck" Discussed on KOMO

"And what one district is doing to keep the doors open And how chilly will it get tonight weather in just four minutes Jon Gruden the head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders is out of a job after comments that were made during and during an email rather when he was working for ESPN The Wall Street Journal reporting that those comments were directed at the head of the league's Players Association Demara Smith and they were deemed racist We're learning more about the victims of today's crash of a twin engine plane in Santee California UPS confirming that one of its delivery drivers died when the big Brown truck was hit by the plane as it came down The company says that it is heartbroken by the loss of the employee firefighters on the scene say it is brutal seeing what the plane did as it went into the truck and then directly into two homes which burned The United Nations says COVID-19 has forced more than a 100 million people into poverty And it's left over 4 billion with little or no social support healthcare or income protection Stocks closed lower today the down 250 point stereo Alban ABC News FM 97 7 We continue with our top stories now from the como 24 7 news center I'm Rick van Sykes with a Lisa jaffee We might lose between 3075 hundred hospital workers after a Washington state hospital association survey finds 88% of them are fully COVID vaccinated There are more who are partially vaccinated or have exemptions either approved or in the works but Julie buck an emergency doctrine gray's harbor county says they already run critically short staffed Some nights there is only one nurse that scheduled for the ER because the shortage is already so severe So even losing one more person is going to be crippling The other worry is for ambulance crews and staff at long-term care facilities which have lower vaccination rates and could leave you without a ride to the ER in an emergency Health officials warned in person school would not be COVID free but come as Ryan Harris says it's been a struggle in one county Less than 57% of the total population in Thurston county is vaccinated which some will argue is behind community COVID spread that's made its way into schools regardless of how it got there the result has been Little Rock elementary school in the tumwater district closed for nearly two weeks and dozens of COVID positives in one elementary classroom shut down in the north Thurston school district north thirst and spokesperson Courtney shreve says at first the outbreaks were among older kids but she says it's happening to younger kids too And the challenge there of course is elementary students don't have access to vaccines yet Everybody's wearing their masks we're driving home the vaccine message you know hear some opportunities to do that We have rapid testing at our schools Chiefs says the hardest part has been contact tracing because she says especially older students can have as many as 30 or 40 people they have to reach when one of them tests positive Ryan Harris come on us When.

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