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Fresh update on "curtis" discussed on Curtis Sliwa
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"curtis" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Nine k. And start making some extra income for your family today. Yeah very well said. Curtis what would you say are the top value which still in your voice as they grow up then and this way i disagree with the the mothers you know. The mothers want a top shelf education. You know ivy league school the whole nine yards. I tell my sons i said. Look follow. what your mother would like. I want you to be happy. I want you to do what you wanna do in life but just as my parents told me i'll back you up sons the whole nine yards. If you do the work you roll up your sleeves and you do the work about the things that you passionate about it. All you going to do is give me lip service and all you gotta do is talk about what you do. I'm not going to support you in your endeavors and efforts and even though i may disagree with what you doing i'm gonna let you pursue your dreams and aspirations like i had the chance to do because my mother and father were always supportive there. Even though when they realized i was on a one way trip to pollute kabila times i would look at them and they would be like But hey if you're willing to do the work kurdish we've got your back and that's what i tell my sons. I got you back. What you gotta do the work and you gotta be true to the spirit of what you're doing and you must remain idealistic too. Many kids are afraid to do anything because their parents paralyze him with few. Oh we could get sued. You could get injured. Who's gonna care about a sons. If you gotta take chances you take legitimate chances. But you must remain idealistic. No matter how bad things getting you always learn to read always learn a right because even if you get jammed up and you end up in prison who knows it could be a white collar criminal. You can educate yourself. You can communicate. You have to have the ability to communicate. Because i always want my son says the dark side. I don't assume my sons will never travel over to the dark side but there is a way out of the dark side. Whether it's you consumed by drugs or alcohol decadence debauchery or you have an instinct to commit crime. Whether in the streets of sweets you always have to give them a roadway out of there and a lot of parents. Don't want to talk about those things. Hey most fans don't want to talk about kids having sex especially boys right very uncomfortable. We'll subject so. I'm much more comfortable talking about these other things that their mothers would never in a month of sundays. Ever talk to them about. Yeah yeah awesome stuff. Curtis and i got three boys myself. And i got a girl to. She's the youngest one. So i'm kind of dreading md. I'm just about the hate. All them to my oldest is in high school now but and throwing it back to what you were talking about the top here you were talking about. New york city has taken a turn for the worst year. I had former mayor rudy. Giuliani on the show. Not too long ago. He was at one time responsible for making new york city. Great again when he turned a lot of that around. Warren wilhelm junior year has really just destroyed so much of it. You're running on this You're planning to run for mayor next year. How do you plan on straighten all this out. What are you gonna do to get especially these families. They've moved out of new york city in droves. Here how do you get the families and everybody stop moving back into new york. Curtis number one. You've got to be honest with people. You gotta tell them things they don't wanna hear. I'm gonna tell everybody. Hey we're going to have to do more with less. There's no money out there. Forget to fund the police. You're gonna have to defend everywhere. I live through this in the seventies. That's what happened to the city. They had a lay of cops and firefighters teaching social workers. We had learned to do more with less people. Don't wanna hear debt. And then more importantly i'm gonna look at the parents and say we're spending what billions of dollars in public schools because some of you want to send you a dysfunctional kids to school. So that the teachers have to do what you should have prepared your children for like wiping your but washing your hands brushing their teeth. He's things he's kitchen. It come prepared off. We have to spend billions of dollars on this and then always complaining that teaches that teaches. It's not the teachers. It's the households that coming from. And so i'm gonna put the pressure on the parents whether it's a single parent household or it's two parent sharing custody or two two parent home. Nah no no. You're not blaming the schools anymore. You're not blaming the teachers. You gotta look at yourself now. How effective will that p and getting votes not very effective initially. But i think a lot of other parents say he's absolutely right. That's why our kids can learn in school because you have a few jerky boys and girls who want to turn this into saturday night live. We want to run the classroom instead of the teacher running the classroom. So i'm going to basically deal with a lot of good old-fashioned common sense. Some of it they've otis might by others. You may not. We got to save our city. And i gotta convince those. That have fled. Hey you may want to consider coming back but if you don't come back god blessed we wish you the best. 'cause you contribute to new york you made us what we were. We gotta get back to that point. Improve don't move is basically what i'm going to constantly be talking to people about. Yeah right on carson. I couldn't agree with you more. I don't think we need less cops. We need more parents. you know. it's not a policing issue. This is a parenting issue for sure and then real quick. You're on the guy. I really have much respect for what you do with the guardian angels. Think it's amazing. A plus for the community. Where are you taking. What are the plans for the future. For the guardian angels curtis and where can people find if they want to become involved. Well you gotta do is go online. Www dot guardian. Angels dot org. You can see what we do here and all over the world and it's not just the subway patrols on the street patrols we care for the elderly. The emotionally disturbed the homeless. We have a guardian angel annual protection. Division goes out there and spades and nudists stray dogs and cats. We one cat colonies because we have a system where when they get shouted within seventy two hours to get slaughtered and that will stop with courteously wedge may and more importantly. We're going to teach people how to help themselves. This is all about self. Help the guardian angels. And that's really what the city needs and we're going to start them at the age of five and six because no reason at five and six why they can learn about civics and what it is their responsibility to contribute to the basic goodwill in maintenance of the city. They can't be into that. I m e we gotta condition them early on its us. We're all doing this for one. Another we gotta help one another wherever we can. And you're going to derive a lotta of a lot of good feeling from that by helping others. Not just making doe ray me. Wow great stuff cursing the last thing. I'm gonna hit you with here. I love to ask all the data. Get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have. So that new dad or for that about to be father. Who's out there. Listening is probably the most important thing you've done in your life whether by accident or design and think of all the people who spend zillions of dollars to try to become fathers and they never can't. You're going to have to work at this twenty four seven three six five. You brought that kid into the world you can't just dump it off. This is not human. Follow up your kid just can't become another human speed bump of the many human speed bumps that we've seen children turned into this is your.
Fresh update on "curtis" discussed on Curtis Sliwa
"Than anybody in your life dead to care to listen to you. So let's go to David. First up in the queue and Brooklyn. Welcome to W A. B. C. Dave. Thanks, Curtis. I'm voting for Giuliani twice. I liked him as mayor, but he's become a fake phony fraud. Did you see him laying on the bed with Borat store acclaimed daughter claiming he was tucking his shirt in Okay? Yeah, I did see that. Questionable I'd be the first to admit Anyway, Let's go to Pete calling from Long Island your turn to be heard here at W. ABC. Pete Hi Control, closing down the bowl. These eateries while they just do it. Medical facilities doing had that radar gun, zap your temperature and give them a sample. And then boom! You're clear you're in. I gotta tell you, Pete, that really doesn't work. We had that at our old facility That doesn't work. By the way you would just take like Tylenol Advil, the lower your temperature Anyway, let's go to Ann Marie, calling from Shan told Sean Park your turn to be heard here and Hey, Curtis. If Mama let's in by all the cheating that's been done, keep better. Be careful who come down with the virus so they can shove Paris down our throat. And then they'll blame Trump. They'll blame Trump. Not possible. Eat Frank calling from Astoria, Your turn to be heard here at W A. B C E Frank. Yeah. Curtis, would you believe that? Joe Biden has picked his deputy campaign manager, Ms Bevin jah as his deputy, Uh, press secretary. You know, it's like he's hiring all these New York one time Warner. Uh, only Frank, who you're gonna hire people, you know, no strangers. Of course you're gonna reward your friends who helped you get into office anyway. Let's go to Marie, and how Welcome to the rapid fire edition here. W. ABC, Marie Yes, Curtis real quick. The Democrats showed no respect for President Trump. Before years, Obama biting FBI knew the collusion. Russian thing was all fake An idea by Hillary and they put our country through all of this so no With all the fraud in this election, the president should not attend the inauguration. Yeah, that was your 15. Seconds. Well, said within 15 seconds, That's the best one yet. Let's go Toe Lenny and Long Island your turn to be heard here. W. ABC, Lenny Trump won't be attending Biden's inauguration will be attending his inauguration. 20 Trump 2020 Trump 2020 Trump 2020. One more You're entitled to one more. That's it for you with a It's got a teddy calling from Yonkers, Your turn to be heard here at W. ABC, Teddy Hey, Curtis Trump is the biggest little life going and Maria. The Republicans didn't give any support toe Obama when he was the a minute when he was president, and also Curtis. What about the threats that are going on in Georgia? Why is Trump saying that it should stop and it's It's terrible. Alright, Well, let's let's wait to see what President Trump says had the rally in Georgia on Saturday. Let's go to Rachel in Brooklyn, Your turn to be heard here at W. ABC, Rachel Yes, very quickly. In my opinion, you might people will not agree with me. Perhaps I feel very strongly that our president Trump should not should not under any circumstances should not go to buy this inauguration. I'll tell you why. Yes, normally in life, it is always best to be poor. Little politically correct. Would you please send Rachel's comments to our own? Bernard Mcgirk? Ooh, really feels that the president should attend. Let's go to juice up calling from Stanford, your turn to be heard here. W A B c juice hap. Hey, Curtis Biden fractured his ankle. Doing that stupid, embarrassing job to the podium. His hand was blamed it on his dog because the dog can't defend themselves Whose could have totally in Brooklyn? Welcome to the rapid fire edition here. W ABC have totally Yeah, I want to point out. The president disagrees with Lindsey Graham that said that we're not gonna have another Republican elected if we don't fix this, but looks like Linda Grahame gave up anyways by now, But the president said that it would be easier for him to run again for 2020 them to fix the throat That happened Well, said in 15 seconds, Barbara, the new charity Your turn to be heard he had w A B C. Bob Yep. In four years won't trump be about the same age of Biden is now which he called too old. Mm. That is true. Anyway, Let's go to Gary in Connecticut, your turn to be heard here. W A B C care. Trump needed to advises Steve from Manhattan and Pat Buchanan. Go, Paco, Go Pack up. What you got Two more. Go ahead. Come on. Come on. See you. Let's go. Come on. Come on, Steve. You didn't eat up all your time. Let's go to mark is calling from Astoria Your turn to be heard here and W A. B C. Marcus Biden treacherous short by kicking Trump behind. It got stuck between his ass cheeks, and when he pulled his foot out, he fractured it. Markets stood about that all night. Let's go to Paul in Pennsylvania, your turn to be heard here. W A. B C. Paul Trump may not being at the inauguration, but Hunter Biden definitely will will be and somebody get him a bid because he is going to be drooling over all the action he's going to get now selling the presidency. You are so right. Cool you talk about everyone is gonna be coming a hunter Hunter hunter. Let's go to Saya, New Brunswick, your turn to be heard here. W A B C sy. You're encouraging Why? I just wanna say Trump the greatest 30 2024 can't get here. Quick enough. Another four years of the greatest prison in our lifetime. Donald J. Trump. Thank you. People already look into its 2024 fresco in new Charity. Your turn to be heard here at W. ABC fresco. Hello, fresco. Fresco gone. Let's go to Peter calling from Long Island Your turn to be heard it W A. B. C B. Yeah, I just wanted to say I'm how encouraging it is to see the the civil disobedience out there in Staten Island. But I am also concerned about a little piece of legislation that One of the one of the reps over there and in the city put forth about election making Some changes to our our electoral process must see and you've got to get through it. We couldn't hear it. Let's go to Jen and new charity. You've got 10 to 15 seconds to be heard. Gen. Okay. Hey, flip flop Curtis of just for old time's sake. How about doing Jared? Coaching creatures? Manly voice Just one more time. Come on, you could do it. Do it every day. Father in law. That's right. But by the way, kid Because Terry did a good job in the Middle East. He really did. I didn't think he was up to it. Let's go to Billy, Who's calling from Vernon, your turn to be heard here. W. ABC, Billy No, the Lord took. Ruth gave the visions of grandeur gingers at the right time. Who's to say that by then Michael before he's inaugurated, man? That's hard. I mean, the guy just fractured his ankle. Playing with his German shepherd, have you? No empathy. No sympathy for Joe Biden. Let's go to 80 years calling from the Jersey your turn to be heard here..
China's economy continues to bounce back from virus slump
"Above 6%. Around the world. Global Dance for the virus have topped 1.4 million, while most of the world grapples with the pandemic. Data out of China show that country rebounding from the economic fallout profits that Chinese industrial enterprises surged in October. We get details from Bloomberg Daybreak Asia anchor Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Profits jumped 28.2% from a year ago. Now that's the fastest pace and almost nine years it's a sign that the economic recovery is gathering pace. This was the sixth consecutive month of gains its good news sure, but the acceleration was mainly due to two reasons a low base in the
Delta pilots approve cost-cutting measures to avoid furloughs until 2022
"That would avoid furloughs until 2022 is the industry struggles with grown a virus shutdowns. The cost cutting deal would avoid more than 1700 furloughs and allow the company to lower pilots guaranteed hours by as much as 5%. This is the International Air Transport Association says around the World Airlines will lose more than $157 billion this year and next worse than the group of predicting back in June as you were people applied used To travel restrictions like quarantine requirements. That's your Fox business report. I'm million Woo
Taylor Swift wins big at AMAs, says she's busy rerecording all of her 'old music'
"Music Awards are wrapped for 2020. Some hot performances, including the Age, defying J. Lo Rapper Meghan the Stallion and Justin Bieber, who performed a medley of songs, one that included Sean Mendez. Big winners include the Weekend and Taylor Swift and Finally, speaking of Taylor Swift posting to Social Media, some big news After a year long battle over the shocking sale of her master recordings by music Mobile Scooter Braun, Miss. Americana announcing she has been re recording all of her repertoire, telling fans, they have something to really be excited for. That's what's trending
Giuliani presents 'evidence' for massive voting fraud
"Be listening today at three o'clock following our program to Rudy Giuliani, who just hosted a press conference with the Trump legal team on the Hill in Washington. About the various states and cases that they're engaged with. Well. The development is that he says that he has proof that there has been a national conspiracy of voter fraud. So can't wait to see the proof, but he obviously will be listened to by friends. And foes. And major members of the international media core to see if there any other things that he says that he left out of that. Washington press conference. Also
Trump campaign requests recount in two Wisconsin counties
"Recounts won't change anything. At least the Brady Fox News that is the Biden campaigns position as the Trump campaign pays for a partial recount into Wisconsin counties. The Biden campaign says that will only end up confirming a win for the president elect and ongoing hand recount in Georgia has found several 1000 uncounted votes in
Moderna vaccine success sends stocks soaring
"Today, becoming the second company after Fizer to announce promising results from a large scale trial with a potential vaccine that appears to be nearly 95% effective. That news sent stocks soaring, the Dow coming close to 30,000 within 100 points. But it did not actually hit 30 K. As I said earlier. My apologies Right now The Dow is up 382 points.
Royal Family upset by cruel portrayal Season 4 of The Crown exploitative inaccurate
"The Crown debuted last night. This season covers the highly anticipated breakdown between Prince Charles and Diana. And as the drama unfolds onscreen, so too, does it off screen. Royal insiders say the real life crown and her family are furious at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for working with Netflix. And
New York City Infection Rate Crosses 2%
"To more and more restrictions and going back to some of the ways we had to live in the spring. DiBlasio once indoor dining reevaluated, and he's urging folks not to travel for the upcoming holidays and promises promises stricter stricter stricter
Election 2020: Cities And Businesses Prepare For Post-Election Unrest, Violence
"Several cities climb proof fencing being installed in front of the White House. A several cities prepare for possible violence following the election. The Guardian Angels are gearing up a CZ well, founder Curtis Flea was says much of the anticipated trouble will come from people just interested in looting for monetary gain is going to be a lewd out, Gary, you're gonna have thugs go law. Next day. They're going to have everything on eBay. Then let it be on Facebook marketplace will be our Craig. It's all about making money for the drugs, but sleep well anticipates politically motivated trouble on the streets as well. From people from both the far left and the far right. Gerry bombed Garton Fox News also
Ryan, Falcons avenge earlier loss to Panthers, 25-17
"The Atlanta Falcons about trouble holding fourth quarter leads this year but this time finally they did hold on to beat Carolina twenty five seventeen the Panthers drove from their own five to the falcons thirty before bleeding ray Wilson picked off a teddy Bridgewater pass to seal the win the falcons only punted once in the game getting touchdown runs for Matt Ryan and Todd Gurley and four field goals from younghoe Koo Carolina got two touchdowns and Curtis Samuel one rushing and one receiving stock and receiver Julio Jones didn't score but total a hundred and thirty seven yards Brett McMillan Charlotte
Washington DC Election Day-related parking restrictions
"If you're driving downtown on Election day, there will be parking restrictions, And there's also a potential for street closures. Heather Curtis sound double you Emma Allen w mail dot com
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged
"Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged. The two got together five years ago after appearing together on the hit show the Voice. Both were married at the time. Stefani to Bush, front man, Gavin Ross, Dale and Shelton to country star Miranda Lambert
Panthers designate Christian McCaffrey for return
"Could be back on the field soon. The Caffrey has been designated to return from injured reserve after missing the past five games with an ankle injury, although he has not yet been activated the Panthers by the Falcons Thursday night and receiver Curtis Sammy would love to have McCaffrey on the field is just another weapon you know is never is no such thing as too many playmakers out there on the field. No, you give you give team so many options off Who's gonna ball here? Who's going here? You know just so many outlets, you know, so there is no such thing as having too many. Too many options. Too many playmakers off, So you know there's a good thing for US. Coach Matt Rule says the team will be smart about McCaffrey's return and that it won't be a minute too early. The Panthers making a roster move today, releasing cornerback Eli Apple. The Bucks will be without receiver Chris
World Series draws record-low audience
"Attracting record low audiences, according to a recent poll from Maris College. Many folks they're changing the channel because of politics. Seven in 10. Republicans say they are watching less sports because of athletes speaking out about social issues. 39% of Democrats and half of independents say the same thing. They don't want to see player protests before the game. The
Pro-Trump rally in New York City leads to violent clashes
"March in motorcade in support of President Trump turned violent in the city this past weekend. Fox's Carley Shimkus has more. Hundreds of cars traveled from Coney Island to Trump Tower before heading to an event in Brooklyn yesterday, but unfortunately this is that was marred by violent clashes with Trump critics videos posted on Twitter. Shows cars with trump flags on them being pelted with eggs, even rocks. A family of seven, including four kids, reports being pepper sprayed inside their vehicle as well. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani also made an appearance at this event, and protesters shouted expletives at his car. The NYPD says seven people were arrested in Times Square. In connection to a violent altercation
New York City, Seattle to sue Trump over 'anarchist' designation
"Jeopardy. New York City in Seattle, are suing the Trump administration for threatening to cut federal funding. To a trump calls anarchist cities. Here's Mayor de Blasio. It's morally wrong. It's legally unacceptable. It's unconstitutional and we're going to fight in New York City's legal department says the administration has taken concrete steps to put the anarchist designation in federal grant applications, Trump says these cities let folks burn buildings and ruin lives. DeBlasio in New York City lawyers argue Congress controls the power of the purse. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W.
Trump Accuses '60 Minutes' of 'Takeout' as Interview Clip Airs
"An interview the president did this week telling CBS's Leslie Stall. His administration has done a great job on Cove. It's 11 points for Million people. Wait because the last time what was a little bit just a little bit And this is without cases, you know cases there are also because we do more testing that audio posted to Facebook at really Donald J. Trump coming from a White House camera from a 60 Minutes interview They'll release Sunday the president calling that interview and attempted take out Fox News. Democracy 2020 coverage of the
Interview with Curtis Pierce Author of "Pacific on the Right: Two Pilots, One Airplane, a Lifetime of Memories"
"That is the book about flying down at Chile and first of all. I guess the question is why in the world did you fly a one seventy two from where you aren't Phoenix all the way down to Santiago Chile you could have just put it in a crate ship. Well, that's a that's a good question and I guess I'll answer it with a with a quick story I would instructor for several years and loved instructing I love teaching I. Had I don't know forty fifty students that I did sign offs four and countless other students that were you know checkouts and be Afars and and so on. But I especially my private students I always. Trying to instill in them the idea that that this is something that you you're going to do forever you want to get that certificate you WanNa keep it current you wanna find that joy if lying the rest of us have already figured out and one of the ways that I told them to kind of do that or suggested. Is that they avoid the trap of the Hundred Dollar Hamburger in my time as an instructor I saw so many students would you know get their their private and they would fly for a couple years? They'd go have breakfast. You know an hour away couple of hours away and whatever, and just do kind of. You know little runs day trips and stuff and they got bored because you know after a while you've been all the places that are in our way and you know you, you've already had every dish on the menu at your favorite airport restaurant and then you get bored. And so I I always told my students you know You know rent the plane overnight go places take your family you know make it make it kind of a gateway to all these experiences that you can't have with the airlines are or just by road tripping around. And one of my students who really took that to heart and he bought a brand new Cessna one, seventy, two and told me hey I I. WanNa buy this plane and I want to fly it to Chile after I, pick it up and I said. And you know you can just take the wings off and put it in a container and You know in a couple of months it'll be waiting for you. And he laughed he goes well, aren't you the guy that told me I should go fly and have adventures and not just do the hunter dollar hamburger and I said well yeah. And so that was how we came to do it. He he was my private student he bought the airplane delivered. maybe a month or two before he got his private we spent another month or two of getting the equipment we needed and flying off the I fifty hours on the engine. You know to go through the break in period so we could switch to regular oil. And obviously, you know we didn't want to be surprised by any bugs or any any issues with the airplane that we might find. We didn't have any and so we we did that fifty hours and then we on a very cold November morning in Scottsdale Arizona we we took off for Santa Iago. Wow and that's But there's a little bit of planning ahead though before we just jumped on the plane and win so tells us a little bit about that as far as going down because I'm sure it took like a month or a month or whatever to get down there. How did you go about especially with a brand new student planning a trip through multiple countries, different types of aerospace down to Chile well it started out with him saying, how do we do this and me saying you know I've never actually flown out of the country before. The my student who became my very good friend that where we're still very good friends to this day more than twenty years later. He was a very successful businessman from Chile. had businesses all over central and south. America. was very well versed in business and in traveling and kind of negotiating the red tape of doing business in other countries, and so he he didn't know the nation part of it, but but he was already a depth kind of weaving his way through bureaucracy. And what I brought to the table was obviously you had a bad prion, two thousand and fifteen hundred hours at that time. So I've been flying for while. and so I kind of knew the airplane part of it but the actual planning basically started with me saying, Hey, let's just call planning company and be done with it. Just send US everything and we'll send them a check. Well, it turns out that there's not a single planning company that will touch a piston airplane they they only do jets and so we basically did it on her own. We found an F., B. O. and Chile that was willing to help us a little bit while we were on the road this was. Cell phones were around but not too many people had them, and certainly an international plans were not a thing. So. We kind of needed somebody in real time could assist us. But for the most part we we searched out all the permits ourselves just. was basically you know cold calling the various agencies in in all the different countries we plan to land in and just got the permits we had email, and so most of it was done by email I spoke a little bit of Spanish but it wasn't great and so he did most of the communicating and I did kind of logistical planning of okay. We're in a one, seventy two we can go about four hours, and so we mapped out our stops and figured out you know what would be technical stop where we would just get gas and keep on going and then what stops would be overnight stops where we would have to clear customs and Have permission to stay on an overnight basis, and so it it took about six months I kept a journal and I still have all my notes you know phone numbers and email addresses for all these different agencies and when I contacted who and kept tractable of all the permits as they came in But we we kind of had a date set. We wanted to hit the weather so that it wasn't too hot wasn't too cold on either end because obviously the seasons are opposite and in south, America. So we had to kind of thread the needle weather wise So we started pretty early but by. Probably late September early October we had everything lined up that we needed one looking at the at the math here I had to refresh my geography I guess. Just just looking at the root, you'd have to take up the one, seventy two. You'RE NOT GONNA fly over the Pacific Ocean right? Right. Right there. So I mean just down obviously from Arizona through Mexico and. Guatemala Nicaragua to be fifteen countries or something along the way. It was eleven, countries, eleven. Affair yes. And and being a one, seventy two you probably had to stop and most of them I'd imagine. Or Eight. Now we didn't use. We didn't use bladder tanks. The airplane was completely unmodified so like I said, you know that airplane Was a sixty gallon usable airplane or no sorry fifty gallon US airplane. So burning ten gallons and our meant for hours and we we needed a place to land. So we we based. All of our flight planning on that was that we we couldn't go any more than four hours,
"curtis" Discussed on In The Dark
"Months. passed. Curtis moved to Texas with his girlfriend at the time. He got a job at a grocery store and life was pretty normal. And then one day. In January of Nineteen ninety-seven about six months after the murders law enforcement his house. A remember. Police saw. As. A matter of fact, I was hooking up some popcorn shrimp to take to work with me a lot. and. I answered the door He's decided by you. I'm looking for Curtis Lavin that's me. And nothing against a wall. He told me he said we have. No beat with you or anything like that we we We just have a warrant put your s back in Mississippi. And I suffer what? And he told me and I said Oh I can't be me. He said well, your name right after doesn't mean. In they took me down to the station. A matter. Of fact, they were dressing me up when JEN? Johnson Matthew and. Miller. Miller. Three of them mobile. Johnson the DA's investigator was there in. Curtis. said. So we're to state investigators, Wayne, Miller and Jack Matthews. And you get in the car with them and they drive back with you too and Nana. That's like a long drive with. What was that drive like? You're. Trying to strike a -sation. Won't ask you certain things and stuff like that and all. He said, you don't have anything to say, no, I don't. But they tried to whether you're trying to talk to you John. John said it in the backseat with me I really. The. Whole time the whole time. Wow. Trying to get you to. Basically. Say I did this all start the window hold on? Oh so happy to see Mississippi, because my neck was hurting. had been turned one way the hotel mom. and. Ask questions but I never said. Curtis was taken to jail to await trial..
"curtis" Discussed on In The Dark
"So we in the car. On our way to talk to curtis flowers. Believe it or not after all this time. Kind of. kind of crazy. I'm Madeline Baron, and this is the final episode of season two of in the dark. Curtis flowers. All right. The other day. I. Took a drive. I can't tell you exactly where I was. But I got out and set up in a backyard was arrested in the dark crew and I waited. And then. Hello. Good Morning. Curtis. Shake. Your hand, it can't be Kovin. Yeah. Thanks for coming over how the drive it was nice. It's nice. We sat down in the backyard at a safe social distance. Great. Wow we're finally talking yes. How does it feel? Good. Are you at all nervous or? Nervous. Okay. Okay. Well, we're just having conversation. If you WANNA take a break any point take a break and you can eat water if you need snacks. If you just want water want snacks whatever we'll just take it slow and yeah. So. All right. and. We're outside by the way as we know, it should just say the reason we're outside is because of covid. So. We're in a in a strange setup, but this is strange case. Maybe, it makes sense. Yeah. What is it been like being out? Turnover women. Yeah goodfellow. Have to be home. Yeah. Kicking it with family you know. Not GonNa tell you where exactly curtis's living now because of concerns about his safety. But I can tell you confidently the Curtis is with people who love him and care about him. He's been spending a lot of time just hanging out playing dominoes exercising he's lost weight. Since the last time I saw him a friend had even bought him a treadmill. He's also been back to China and he was finally able to meet his four year old nephew for the first time my nephew. He and I talked on the phone all the time and I had this thing we've time he answered the phone I'll say, what's true. So he had never saw my face. and. I remember walking into the House. He came over in a heat from it. And I, just Yo what's up trio in our people around the corner you got so big because recognized the voice, but he'd never seen my face. So when I walked into view, he just started me for a long time. Thanks shocked US mainly finally he moved and came me. freaked out. That is crazy man I'm sure he was like just couldn't know what to make of it. So much has changed since Curtis was locked up twenty four years ago and Curtis still figuring it out. Like this one day when Curtis use the bathroom somewhere, he couldn't figure out how to flush the toilet. Just walk away. told him. He's thinking really that's Kinda rude. But then he did walk away to his great surprise, the toilet flushed on its own. Or take coffee. For example, I. Remember the first time they introduced me to call who drinks Co. coffee. He's just got to try. So. Got Cold coffee on the Kremlin sugar. And fell in love with. The next time we went back, you gotta try to prep Chino next. Hold on hold on the. Sugar, he said YOU'RE GONNA, love it and I tried it and loved it. Now. And It has really been exciting note. Coming home being able to get up when you get ready to eat when you get ready later when you get ready. They'll things. Have Been Awesome. I wanted to talk with Curtis about what his life was like before the murders before he was arrested back when he was just a kid growing up in my no now. Through my. Family all the time. Friends. Yeah what were your parents like growing up Audie will also? The took a somewhere every summer. We did everything together cookouts. Family Reunion. Yeah it was. Yeah. What did you? Did you play any sports basketball basketball? Football. Let me play long. She didn't want to get hurt. But she didn't she didn't like that. She was worried about you getting injured. And so when you were growing up like, did you have any sense of what you wanted to do with the rest of your life? Time I, remember. My friends and I used to get together and talk about what we wanted to do. After High, school? And at the time I wanted to be a fireman. Did, you want to be a fireman. Thought it was so cool. You know to him rushing through town on a fire truck going to put out a fire. As I got older that changed and. And I just didn't know what I wanted to do. One thing Curtis told me started doing very early on was singing. Yes. Well. I started thinking about at the age of ten. You Sing in my room a lot and my dad hurt me one night. And I didn't know he's outside the door. But he he come in and he said, when are you gonNA. Start Thinking Gospel. Voice and. Peace I'm not gonNA. Force. You. The Way my dad markle did me he said because about make you saying you're not going to give me y'all. He's about a pilot you come to me when you're ready then. You'll saying. There's about a week later and I started singing with him going to rehearsals. And she my big sport..
"curtis" Discussed on Lost Notes
"On the night of may seventeenth nineteen. Eighty curtis told his bandmates. Eddie take a train to manchester and meet them for their flight to the states. He contacted his wife deborah to ask her to stop the in process. Divorce proceedings yesterday comes in the night with him but when she arrived his mood changed and he told her that he would spend the night alone in the early hours of the next morning hung himself using a clothesline and kitchen and his suicide note to debra. He told her that he loved her. It was nearing dawn. He wrote you could hear birds. Singing ian curtis's body was cremated. His ashes were buried at macclesfield cemetery where they remain today. His headstone has the words. Love will tear apart in grave into it. He was twenty three years old. There those close to curtis who expressed regret heartbroken that they didn't see his pain living before it was too late. Even with how. It lived frantically handwritten lyrics how it lived in his performances violently thrashing his body up against its limits but it is easy to separate the living from anguish. Are enduring particularly case of curtis. Who often told the people close to him and he was fine performed even when just getting out of a hospital. Death opens the window to a dawn of questions and entire chorus of regrets. Closer was released in july of nineteen eighty reached number six on the charts song. Love will tear us apart. Became a top twenty single the cover of closer there was a photo the tomb of abbiati family of italian nobles. It's carved out of stone photo was taken by bernard pierre wolf in nineteen seventy eight. A body lays flat on a slab while the album cover. One can see the body surrounded by a small group of three mourners. Left in the wake of ian. Try to suicide. When peter hook stephen morris and bernard sumner shortly after the loss of curtis the ban decided that they would carry on though not as joy division even prior to the death of their singer. The band had made a pact not to carry on with joy division. Maim if any one member was to lead. The band was unable to effectively. Play any songs closer without curtis so..
"curtis" Discussed on Lost Notes
"Tony wilson was ahead of joy. Division's label factory records after ian. I suicide attempt. Wilson was the one who picked curtis up from the hospital. He took him directly to a rehearsal on april eighth just two days. After his initial suicide attempt joy division was scheduled to play a gig just outside of manchester he incurred. It wasn't well enough to perform but took the stage anyway. Hall had a capacity of four hundred but with the broom already at capacity early. Someone opened the fire doors. Let additional two hundred people. In the band's manager rob gretchen had arranged for alan hempsall from the ban. Crispy ambulance sustained on vocals for curtis the gratin behind-the-scenes also urged curtis the sing a few songs if he could and so near the end. Ian curtis emerge from backstage and took over for the last few songs. None of the audience was aware that curtis was unwell. Rumors had started to swirl about his stay in the hospital but they were scattered news. Didn't travel like it does now. He didn't take the stage until three songs into the set for some decades. It opens with the lyrics. Here are the young men. The weight on their shoulders. Here are the young men will wear. Have they been perhaps prophetic for more aware audience. But in that room hot impact beyond the capacity of its own walls confusion. Turn to annoyance by the time. Curtis finished his second song. He exited the stage a man. Someone threw a pint glass. It was a tipping point that sparked small right the thing that pushed the room of people over the edge a room that was already eagerly knocking at the door. Violence bodies pushed uncomfortably into one another. After that show. Ian curtis grew even more anxious and withdraw than he already was. There was an endless pressure on the band. Needed him to carry on. When could barely carry himself. Curtis became a recluse. Tony wilson offered up a spare cottage and charlesworth were curtis could recuperate and rest up before taking on the united states pay. I'm anthony validates. I'm here to tell you you've got this. There's going to be light at the end of the tunnel. No doubt but for now we have to double down to keep people safe whenever possible. Just stay home. Cuddle up with your pets. Snuggle with your boo. Why do your plants be creative. Read a book with sparks joy. Just keep it close to home. Be well and be safe and.
"curtis" Discussed on Lost Notes
"In nineteen seventy eight a year before the band released. Its first album. Ian curtis began suffering epileptic seizures. He was officially diagnosed with epilepsy. In january nineteen seventy nine when his seizures grew more severe so severe that doctors warned they would disrupt his life to the point that he might not be able to function for more than small bursts of hours at a time. When not recording or touring curtis became withdrawn. There were those who called his frantic movements on stage. His epilepsy something courtesy to take back control of his body's faculties but also movements that mirrored his seizures. So much so that when he'd sometimes pass out onstage and fall into a seizure the moments where the audience wouldn't be able to decipher of he was dancing or in agony. Despite his diagnosis curtis didn't follow doctor's orders. Strictly as those close to him might have wanted him to. He still drank and smoked and didn't sleep much be anti-convulsant medications he was given four sent have mood swings and he became even more withdrawn and he'd already been by the time joy. Division had begun to tour and record vigorously curtis saw his condition worsened by the time began according closer. He was suffering about to caesar's a week on average during one recording session. Curtis went to. The bathroom had a seizure and hit his head on the sink. It was nearly two hours before his bandmates found him unconscious on the floor.
"curtis" Discussed on Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast
"Watch we'll do this again I almost watched this incognito mode. I do not want to know what instagram ads are GonNa come at me now. That's funny God? Yeah. I. Don't have anything coming up this you guys. Do you guys do good documentary? Georgia Georgia I'm so sorry that I recommended this to you and I'm so sorry that I gave you hard about having a podcast but I listen to when they did. I. Was really good if I really appreciate you guys let me a part of it and Pakalitha I'm really sorry that this is how we met each other but you seem. Seem like a nice guy. Jeff I. Hope when this is over, we can hang out and talk about something Nice? Curtis and what happened to your are you guys still doing this show or you gave up on the show we'll? Quarantine show that you were doing your talk show we we reopened and we really we. kind of ironically were so. that. We would shut down again like we should that we were like we'll come back during the shutdown and we will come back. The next time we fought we officially shut down, but I am less and less. Optimistic that we will do the right thing. So. Very entertaining right now, very entertaining. You have a window into your life. Through the show and then are out cell count is also on their who has nice show as well. So. He was on your show. We'll talk to do we just did a live talk show with him alive quiz. Documentary. Okay. So my friend Alex gets to hang out and have a nice time. Hurt US curtis with like. You'RE GONNA get all the rape pedophilia. And it's going to send you a whole list but you're you're also had this many people should follow Curtis on twitter I, follow you and I love your stuff. It's audio. Yeah It's all very funny I like your twitter feed. So people should, can you tell what it is curtis? Paco Romane following you? Yeah. Good. tweets kind of tell them about my tweets. Oh, my handle your handle. Just. I don't do a lot of these. dismount in. The beginning. Our. Rates. Act Curtis Underscore Cook. You can see me tweet and then delete at least twelve thousand survey. I have a bad relationship with social media turned off my notifications. It is not helping. Yes. Well, Curtis. Thank you for being on subject and I. Guess. Thank you for bringing capturing the Freemans to us. I feel so bad. I should should I have tried to capture the Friedman that I was in the apartment should've tried to like half. Trapping should. Wish you could go back in time to this Weird San Francisco e. Just Kill him enough I. I want you to look this mad at the ice at the middle of a wine dinner and just say. Just, so you know I do think the sun is responsible for the sins of the father and then cut your solid up a little bit. Any salt assault. Not Getting reviewed in the next factsheet five Zine. All right so much curtis. Thank you guys. Sorry for.
"curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"June twenty third Curtis it was five years ago today I was sitting on my couch and I was still working with you I was at fox five in the morning so we were seeing each other three days a week at like four thirty in the morning when you come into your your stint there good day early call now yep and I was I I had come home and I was sitting on my couch in Hoboken going through my Facebook my personal Facebook the friend request I was deleting requests from people that I didn't know because my personal Facebook my personal Facebook when all of a sudden I see this handsome stranger's face pop up on the front request and I not only accepted it but being the target that I am I sent him a little breezy you know I'm I'm so light hearted in cool whatever now message can I ask you a question yes this was not to intrude Cuomo or doctors found she the two men most looked up to by women across America who swoon from them that neither of those still now okay no just wanted to know the man who looks like a rocker and that was what kind of got me at first so I sent him a little message back after I accepted his friend request and I asked him if his band was gonna be playing anytime soon because of course I had to look at his profile and see what his deal was that was June twenty third twenty fifteen was at us he has one no because your memory was having to break up with his wife at that time now no that was not there but that was five years ago today two years later are we got married to the day so we've got married two years after the day the first reach out to me on Facebook so the heavy metal rock star Johnny boy you're referring to that is correct I have to ask because you might not be married so many times you sometimes lose count yeah well join the club so now if I remember correctly throwing stones in glass houses all week the first sit down you had was right by the nautical mile in Freeport on the south shore is that correct that's right I was actually going out to my friends house the next day in the Hamptons so I stayed I I got a little hotel room at the like the Radisson or something in Rockville centre because I was going to be meeting him for the first time so the first time I ever saw him I was sitting inside a little I guess it was a Radisson sitting there and I see him passing by the window and you know by the lobby and he comes in and I at the time I was wearing really high chunky sandal heels walked and Cork I don't quite I was like oh no I want to go say hi to him and I was towering over him because he's like five eleven but I mean I was probably six three wearing these things so he was like oh no I immediately took my shoes off luckily I anticipated this could be a possibility so I brought the flip flops and that was that we went yes we went to the him right to the room there now no that was later okay we went to the nautical mile and then we went to the real out in east Rockaway watch a band and we were so alike it was just instant and two years later we got married love it very shiny and really want you to ever happen to me your third anniversary right years yep five years together three years is the longest job yeah my god well yeah college click it off real quick okay number one yes I was twenty one that lasted a year okay number two I was twenty nine that lasted a year number three I was thirty nine and that lasted four months wow yeah so basically to break a year for years this is a keeper yes I mean not only has he surpassed like all of those together we have surpassed in marriage but being to get five years together that's the long section credible yeah and and honestly and in all seriousness I know it's funny we can laugh about it okay she was married to a hundred times engaged a hundred but I'm telling you this is that it's the happiest I've ever been in my life there's this is that you're totally fine no doubt about it here nine foot climb to your foot to it she kind of your radiating I am brown hair you no longer a peroxide blonde the you've gone back to your roots merits I'm I'm going back tomorrow and the marriage is held tight yes I mean very similar to you Curtis you got married at first **** tree that was a year then it was Lisa I think it was eleven years it was Mary I think that was a let mean years wow then it was like an in between really was in a marriage I was on and off for about thirteen years he's and then there is Nancy men we are approaching our anniversary no I've known you prior to Nancy I've known you when you're snacking are interested in snacking on other women you this is a whole different thing I mean it and the thing is if you've never met Nancy before never seen them together you know they are the perfect they are the perfect pair perfect she's got you you've got her and so it's a great we'll see you understand I mean you understand the absolute happiness absolutely thank god it took me five years but that's right plus so when I'm sixty six and it's time to settle down it's you think so trying to sell yeah the only thing that I regret is that I you by men to late to have kids because my little eggs had hatched a hole so that that's kind of sad but that's why we travel options always other off yeah but you know now we're just I mean I remember the way around the way modern scientific medicine is moving you'll be able to clone your own soon I don't know that you would want another one to me that was one of the moms would it be worth the world I don't know my husband would probably say maybe my mom no I don't know but we're not that far away a woman human female being able to clone her own you won't even need a donation from guys into the Petri dish you know the way you don't want to have any contact at all you won't have to Turkey based you won't have to do any of those saying they will be able to claim on your own but can you make them better like can I say okay I need to take the in security out of me that I had forty five genetics where you start messing with the chromosome evolution can I add eight let's see can I add Russian accents to the repertoire since I do have you know well yes right multiple multi use speak almost like Kathy Bates in multiple tongue yeah like a little so yes it will little bit anyway I. numbers one eight hundred eight four rate W. A. B. C. to congratulate Jed said Julie had nobody thought we could have a last prior to that a year was the Max in which she'd be married and then both would go their own way ask you this when you decided to get engaged to Nancy did you were you kind of have not embarrassed but hesitant to tell everybody because I remember when when we got engaged as happy as I was I was nervous to put it on Facebook because I was just thinking I know people are like oh here she goes again you know and this this guy looks totally he's a rocker and it's a completely different guy and you know type of person and I just I was nervous about how it was going to be so it's like I just kind of want to let go Asia is a region you are B. but let me as you know I always describe myself as a serial merrier I fall in love with them I almost felt an obligation to get married because I could hear my mother Francesca saying tell of her do you love it yes mom well then you must marry her you know you really should marry her due to her due honor to your name.
"curtis" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil
"Hope You are well welcome to another episode of Iway with Joe I. AM personally fine I'm a nothing. Much has changed in my life about to though so this is the last time you're going to hear me calm and rested because I am getting my first ever poppy this week, and it's very exciting, but I also know that apparently I'm not gonNA sleep for about four weeks, and it's GonNa Piss and shit all over me and everything that I love. Love own so I might sound a little bit fragile and fraught from heroin out, and I apologize for the advance but I way I think it's just going to be good for me. It's a my manager has gotten me the to keep me calm and help me emotionally during this time, and also I think she's really doing it to keep me off twitter. If I'm being honest I, think she's trying to keep me off social media, but distracting me with dog. Anyway so I am so excited for you to hit today's episode because I'm such a huge fan of today's guest I'm talking about Scarlet Curtis. She is such a great writer and such a great, an inspiring activists on just human being everything she survived is so astounding and I think you will really be blown away listening to history today. She has published books. Such as feminists don't wear pink and other lies, and it's not okay to feel blue. Another lies both have done very well and have meant so much to so many people around the world. Refers to herself as the Kris Jenner of activism, which I love and to be flashy, is unbelievably effective and has already changed so many laws even at such a young age. She someone who has personally helped me in my own mental health recovery and I am honored to say that I have fulfilled some sort of similar role in her life. I would like to give you a trigger. Warning that when we are discussing mental health, we do discuss suicide briefly in this conversation. 'cause she did attempt suicide, and she talks about that in this episode, and so if you are someone who is not ready to yet here that conversation, please feel free to turn away, but for those of you who don't mind. This is a a really astonishing and Razz story.
"curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Curtis in Juliet Biden said that he will have his V. P. picked by me first so what is the what's your what's your prediction on a Y. may first that's mainly because of the war workers of the world have a revolution on may first that well that's his medication that would be able to see Alexandria Ocasio Cortez granitic backer of his so what it was so what's your what's your prediction I think it's got to be Michelle L. Chelle Obama and no way that's a tough ticket for trump and for parents to be that's a very tough ticket and plus you really voting three for two three four two and a half really you can have a button you got a full Michelle Obama and you got Barack Obama will be calling all the shots yeah but that that you're assuming that Michelle Obama wants to do it there's no indication whatsoever that she wants to spend the next four or eight years being the president the United States automatic attacked by racists and Republicans sure wants to get back in like bill it would be that you know he could potentially be the but this puppet master but for both at the end of the day it's still her who has to be out there get down yeah but remember you're on the ground how many times you've made history we've heard no no no and then when it actually gets to the one on one sit down with the person in question is being asked by the person who wants them to join the team and then all of a sudden they have an epiphany so we'll see why would she do that right now she's going out and she's making these public speaking engagements and she's making a fortune doing that she's being flown around like why would she subject herself to why would that be the most hateful right why would bloom version he fainted in a billion dollars of his fortune because he'd run for president because he is an arrogant man and he thought that he could win I actually thought he could win you know saying that the president or his wife for a political family arrogant different I think it's different with her yeah I just don't think that she's there I mean I could be wrong there is no way that Barack Obama got to where he is without her not only aiding and abetting him but probably pushing him over the edge at times when he himself wanted to be in retreat especially when it came to smoking cigarettes Ole boy was that woman showing her twenty four inch pythons her husband in saying if I catch you smoking those Marlboro Reds with John bean or when you gold print playing golf out in trying to resolve financial issues of the country a chill to live in daylight but anyway I. numbers one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. you know in my lifetime there been a number of sexologists that had a dramatic impact on our lives on your life yeah oh yeah really the Kinsey report she came out of the heartland Indiana it said the people actually not only having a lot of sex but a lot of freaky geeky sex that was like in the fifties some people like shocked Wall places coming out of the cornfields of Indiana and then please I went to Mizzou there some of the freakiest people their course hall lead of course you know that but that's not a good option from the by the rest of the country yeah then there was the Holocaust survivor Dr Ruth this short to me little woman who became like the sex goddess would tell people who having sex all the time the right way in the wrong way to do it and then it was doctor Judy here who dominated the airwaves at night and doctor troop member Dr drew brought in as a sort of sexologist Dr Judy doctor to doctor Judy the radio guy managing as she dominated the airwaves last name Judy kuriansky acting to that's right okay she was huge and that whole with Dr drew well the doctor Ruth you've got competition because doctor found G. America's doctor at eighty years old was actually giving advice to those of you know home millennials hipsters mostly who use grinder and all tender and full hookup app yeah and telling a man at the time when everyone's being told sheltering quarantine yourself where mass chain yourself to a radiator well may be plausibly you might have sex you know everybody has their.
"curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Does the job that so okay questions Curtis the person that was recording this on their cell phone what if they said had they had they spoke and how do we know who the person was why was this person recording what was about to happen why did they I think whether is he he or she we don't know if they were just stunned they just sensed something well he was remember purring on her a little bit he was grabbing her leg right last thing the right nobody out there thinks that he's just going to swoop in pick her up and pull off the train what was her the guy that she was sleeping on the brother who is waiting to get when did he wake up when he heard her screaming right so and and she broke out of his grip right because you know he's going to rape all right there and he continued to sit on the wooden chair staring at the train as the doors you trying to close she would let the doors close because she's a learning everyone this guy just try to write me she's fourteen this guy just try to rape me he's not running he's still he's got this look on his face I yeah I got a life here hello the card so this is just a maniac on the loose so then shortly thereafter posse goes out well remember to try to find this guy on the train and people are now calling nine one one nothing on the train that you can do what is there no of arm there above ground they calling nine one one is there nothing there's no urgency break of that's going to just lock all the wheels the better thing is a calling nine one one that's fine the door was still open she won't let me close the content are responding could now it's the next day and her relatives so male relatives say you know some cops in response let's go find this guy you get in the S. U. V. whatever her name is a fourteen year old let's try to the neighborhood see if you spot this guy because he was seen leaving the station you know as the train pulled out eventually so it's hours later yeah and they're a daylight right it's stable and they're actually able to find him they not only found them he had completely changed all of his garbage no longer dressed all in red not even as soon as you know read on him and then they approach him and say what the hell were you trying to rape this woman for mobile and she say that's him that's him that's him wow they given him a beat down putting boots to the back of his head this sinkhole police it telling her call the police we still don't come oh my god I was here this the blouse you are you concerned about the thirty dollar pizza is still we are America's safest big city man Feingold you'll but anyway the point being is he destroyed staggering down the block big may no longer continue to be down because obviously if they wanted to kill him they could be killed he gets into a bodega the bodega guys start crawling up finally the police responded take them to Barnabas hospital he has no serious injuries and then they take him for an arrest so the cops arrest him and charged him with unlawful imprisonment series Stockton plus he's already a convict he's got me stating crime bracket right the Bronx district attorney deferred prosecution to allow for more time in building a case and they turn moves they haven't had enough time building a case apparently when they've been called the police have been called several times nobody shows up they have video and then and then he decides to speak out starts to create his own now claims Hey look I was trying to rescue the damsel in distress the girl I'm not a kidnapper alright.
"curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Curtis and jet set UP and he had to be a B. C. Jan hi so Curtis is you turn the car off in the summer to be fair to you turn the heat off in the winter well now that's interesting okay it is as a as I preface this earlier I said you use more energy in heating your apartment then in cooling your apartment with air conditioning engine so your wife suffers so do you turn off the heat so you suffer and I don't think I even mess with the heat in knowing what I wonder sure you put it up to ninety degrees where we live in one of those old one room flat you know where you don't have a thermometer just call the flat yeah it's a flat flat usually Americans going around but you I'm sorry it's it's called studio but you call it the British term flat flood that ditch what bring their full while remember I told you that Earl's court when I was organized anybody was this in London you're literally swatting there's no for the monitor yet you basically you're the prisoner of the landlord sending up heat from the boiler to the steam pipe yes yes I am and I'm just I think I think Nancy she loves the cold so I think we're in the cold more than we are in the heat she loves Cole she is the ice queen in more ways than one the ice queen but she needs air conditioning in the worst way I mean I if it's if it's seventy eight degrees outside that I we don't have to turn the AC on in our house I it's just has to be I I just can't start feeling hot lake especially you know going through the change even worse anyway.
"curtis" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"To the ten t podcast number nine sixty seven. It is amazing to be back. I'm very excited to be back. Thank you so much anyone who reached out and said, they missed the podcast. I miss doing it. And so we're back the plan is to post, Tuesdays and Fridays. But I think next week we'll be posting three episodes which will happen from time to time. But we've just I've been recording a ton of them a lot of really really really wonderful chats with people that I'm excited about and. Yes, so we're just we'll be back into the swing of it. They will be available. Obviously if you're getting on I tunes and then also kind of building out itin dot com. That'll be the home for the podcast. And also, you know, just some fun, like t shirts and toys and stuff like that. So that'll be that'll be coming soon. And also if you have an event that you the cork boards coming back. So if you have an event that you want us to talk about shared at events at ten T dot com and. We will do that this episode is Jamie Lee Curtis who is a gem of human being absolute, Jim. I mean, so funny and wonderful, and and and told some really soulful stories on the podcast. So I I really really really was an honor to have her on this first episode back and the latest Halloween movie, which destroyed theaters was great. She was great in it and just huge -gratulations to her and everyone blunt house and The Danny mcbride's of the world for bringing it back. And Finally, I guess just by sheer coincidence today the posting of this episode is the five year anniversary of my dad passing away. And you know, I don't mention it to be a bummer, but I like to acknowledge it I like to acknowledge him. Of course, I miss him every single day. But I do like to talk about it. Because if you're going through something like that, if you've lost someone I just want you to know that it does. Does get better at does get easier. All the things that you that were sources of pain for you in the beginning, actually, become sources of strength. So you know, it look I said this on talking dead the day after it happened five years ago with the holidays coming up, it's so easy to overwhelm. It's so easy to caught up in stupid little things that, you know, frustrate, you that really actually don't matter the people close to you matter. And so if this motivates you just take a breath, take a minute reach out to someone that you care about a friend family member, a significant other whatever and just say, hey, just wanted to know I was thinking about you. You'll appreciate that you did some day. And you know, that's that's the important stuff in life. So I appreciate you. And I appreciate that. This is the ten podcasts. Number nine, sixty seven with the hilarious and incredible, Jamie Lee Curtis. I..
"curtis" Discussed on In The Dark
"On the day of the murders tardy furniture. It didn't take long for John Johnson to narrow in on a suspect less than two hours. In fact. Because right away, some of the family members of victims told John Johnson to look at Curtis. Any rigby? Carmen's husband said the whole thing is pretty clear cut. You know, we we kinda had a clue probably who did it. Store will because he was. My wife was scared to death of him. Because just away yak did the few days he worked there. I have the investigative notes that John Johnson took in this case and the other documents from the investigation because the DA Doug Evans, turn them over to Curtis's lawyers before trial is part of discovery. So they're part of the records of the case. Doug, Evans, said this was everything the entire file. I decided to retrace John Dodson steps to see what he did in the investigation. How he connected the dots. How he developed the case against Curtis flowers, and I decided to do it using his own notes. And these notes that John Johnson took our perplexing when Johnson interviewed someone a lot of the time. He just jot down a few words on a sheet of paper. And that was it. A lot of notes don't include some of the most important information. For example, Johnson's note from his interview of the man who found the bodies Atari furniture does not even mention the bodies Atari furniture. There's nothing about what the man saw at the store at all. In tire note is just nine lines long. Most of it. It's just a list of people the man saw on his way to hardy furniture and many of the interviews including that one weren't recorded. So all I had to go on where these notes, I started reading them. And I found out that the very first person John Johnston had interviewed in the entire investigation. According to Johnson's notes was first Atari husband, Tom. Hardy Tom hardy never testified at trial, and he died for years after the murders. According to Johnson's interview notes Johnson talked to Tom hardy at eleven thirty five AM, which was about an hour and ten minutes after law enforcement. I learned of the murders Johnson's notes from this interview are handwritten just a bunch of phrases know, complete sentences like it was jotted down on the fly. The whole thing is less than one hundred words, the only person mentioned is Curtis flowers. The note says dropped batteries that phrase is circled and there's a line. That's in quotes. It says, quote doesn't matter attitude dash rude. And then the note says, quote Bertha was concerned about attitude and tardy was to the note also seems to refer to an earlier break in the store that it happened about a week before the murders in that break-in. Someone had come in through window and tried to get into the store safe, but hadn't been able to police never solved the crime. But the notes from John Johnson's interview of Tom tardy on the day of the murders seem to suggest that Tom tardy had given John Johnson a possible clue about the break-in Johnson wrote quote, large sweaty, leg barks, and then in parentheses one word soiled in chair in front of safe note seemed to be saying that the person who broke into the store. Was so sweaty that he'd left traces of himself on the chair? These large sweaty leg marks. John Johnson would later say under oath six trial that the reason that Curtis flowers was a suspect right away. That day was simple Johnson told the jurors, quote, I knew that the tardy family had considered Curtis a threat and that they were concerned about their safety dealing with them. And the picture of the victim's relatives painted of Curtis was hard to ignore this Kurdish flowers, you know, he he kind of gave my wife that creeps. You know, the way he would stand there and stare at her stuff like that. A black man who stared at white women a black man who wouldn't make eye contact with a white man a black man who was sweaty who may be lost his last job because he was on drugs or in a gay newest so careless that he'd damage someone else's property when you dropped those batteries a sweaty disrespectful. Black man with a doesn't matter attitude. And from there. According to the notes that the DA turned over to the Defense, John Johnson focused in on Curtis flowers almost all of Johnson's notes about Curtis flowers except for a few notes mostly about Doyle Simpson. The guy claimed his gun had been stolen on the day of the murders. Less than two hours after John Johnson talked to Tom Cardi Curtis. Flowers was brought in for questioning the first interview with Curtis wasn't recorded. So all I have the notes from John Johnson. Another investigator. And in this interview, according to the notes, John Johnson asked Curtis questions about what Tom tardy told him Johnson asked Curtis about whether he was involved in the earlier break in at tardy furniture. Curtis tells him, no. Curtis said that he missed a bunch of days at work and that we need call Bertha. She told him just couldn't use them anymore. Curtis said wasn't upset about it. He only worked the job for three days. At the end of the interview and investigator asked Curtis if he could test his hands for gunshot residue and Curtis said, yes, the test would later come back as having found a single particle gunshot residue on the back of Curtis's right hand, and this single particle and a lot of jurisdictions wouldn't even be considered a positive test result. And that's because it's really easy to pick up a few particles of gunshot residue by chance, especially if you're in a place where there are a lot of people passing through who fired guns like a police station or a squad car one study by the Colorado bureau of investigations tested. The back seats of twenty six patrol cars and found gunshot residue particles in more than half of them when investigators tested Curtis lowers for gunshot residue. They did it inside the police station after Curtis already been there for several hours and after an officer had given Curtis hen that you. Used sign away as maranda rights and after Curtis had gotten a ride to the police station in a squad car Curtis flowers wasn't arrested that day and John Johnson kept investigating. In
"curtis" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand
"Yes of course now of course someone like you would argue that now what what i think's very interesting about what you're saying needs to curtis is when i listened to arguments that can be rather complex things i very much enjoy about you'll films these there the accessibility in the populism probably coming from your in inaugural sausages the movie in wichita success sausages or seems to because mr curtis revealed to me that the man manipulates the dogs larynx so that they'll probably wouldn't have said sausages if left alone long enough what i think is what is the ultimate resourceful all of these things that'd be phrase we're little bit comedy adam curtis little oh powell allow the nomadic peculiar presence the elephant presence of mischief to be present in the room allow tender law to to advance up your thoughts schoolmaster late nine hundred he used comedy as a way of defense i use it as a means for attack as fact so what i'm saying is that all of these things come from the personal but when you talk about keeping because one of the themes of your normalization is we're saying oh well who's the politicians aren't powerful that's one of the great tropes of our age doesn't matter if you switch out cameron for two reasons i or indeed anybody because there's a self seems to be some selfregulating system assessed ability regardless of war opposing force a place in its way now we're like ooh then is a certain this power where's this power upon which we can't get any purchase they evidently is in the political establishment as we understand it where is this power actually situated would you say it's as simple as that you know follow the money is the great economic interest global economic interests this is a good place to start any i think in these giant bureaucracies racial grownup which are intimately related to our politics like find.
"curtis" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"I don't go to therapy are pressured but this is my fairfield curtis tell people how they can find more of you your work at cetera hey you can find more of a made my work etc on twitter at cardis underscore cook or at curtis kusama did i com also you can check out the jim jefferies show on tuesday's uh you'll see the widest possible man but very funny very good stuff behind it yeah i yeah and your i said you're writer on the show yeah so you can you can see curtis' influence on the on the it's a little while ago then youth people i'm just kidding about right now it's got as good and it's good that you know divers diversity in writing is important but some were to me what else am i going to say also for anyone who doesn't know i made a allusion to it earlier jim jefferies actually does have sort of a definitive guncontrol stand up here many issues that will know his name but do know him as australian community and destroys the gun to hold them yeah so it's that guy aga curtis before we go how how do you have any advice for the people about how to make the world's or i should clarify sometimes i feel it or clarified for the guests always though world or their world a better place oh man you know doesn't have to be some big goal.
"curtis" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Curtis it enough are.