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Fresh "Curtis" from The Boss Show with Jim and Steve
"Brought to you by the New York City Office of Emergency Management and the Ad council. Come on. Traffic keeps their eye on area roads. Let's hear how they're looking. Over all these a wide open drive on area of waterways looks like an earlier stall south down. Five of the ramp to City center has been cleared out of the way it was causing some minor delays also got word of a crash North bound five near the Tacoma Dome. Looks like that has been cleared out of the way, though, and traffic is bunching up approaching that scene. So expect some delays and both directions of I five little late, slowing around downtown Seattle around the convention center. Curtis Calhoun. Lots of sunshine throughout the afternoon temperatures today they're going to be in the mid to upper sixties. Then.
Novavax Enters Final Stage of Coronavirus Vaccine Trials
"With trials of his Coben 19 vaccine. Gaithersburg based Novavax is about to start phase three of clinical trials for its covert 19 vaccine, according to CEO Stan Irk. So when could it be ready? Impossible to predict because it's all evidence based cases? You have to have somebody in there? Ebo Group, get a case and somebody vaccine group not get a case to show that works. He's hoping that happens early next year. They're planning ahead to make sure they can get it out quickly. If it's approved by the FDA started large scale manufacturing of the substance used to create the vaccine. Heather Curtis Sandoval, you Emma Allen w dot com Want to know where your
Fresh update on "curtis" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Protesters marched through, spoke in Washington as part of a demonstration this week after the decision in the Briana Taylor shooting investigation. Local and CP President Curtis Robinson spoke with K. R E M T V and said while there may not have been any immediate changes, protesters are not leaving and larger changes are coming to the city. I haven't necessarily saying anything that just went like, Wow, we're there, you know. They're all like incremental movement. I think the legislation the legislation that's going to matter still coming. People in Maura than a dozen cities and towns across the country on Saturday invoke Taylor's name during gatherings and demanding justice for her case. W W. J NEWS Time to 42 seems lately We've heard too much about highway.
Breonna Taylor: Officers shot, suspect in custody amid unrest after grand jury decision
"Holding a briefing after a night of protests in Louisville over a grand jury's decision not to charge the two officers who killed Briana Taylor. Fox is Evan Brown has this live at least a police in Louisville now have a man in custody for the shooting of two officers during last night's unrest. Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault, the first degree And 14 counts of wanton endangerment, all directed against police officers. Chief Robert Schroeder says one officer was hit in the abdomen and needed surgery. The other was struck in the leg. Both are expected to recover. Louisville P D, made more than 120 arrests last night for rioting and looting. Other officers were hurt. Trying to contain the crowds, which spanned the city. Lisa Thanks
Fresh "Curtis" from IRG Health Talk
"3. Final scores. Seattle STORM basketball, They could grab birth to the W N B a Finals today with a win against the links Kummel tea before but that broadcast here in 25 minutes. Come on his time. 11 34 homo traffic for you right now. Every 10 minutes on the force Once again, Here's Curtis. Looks like we still have a stolen Tacoma South, found five of the off ramp to City center stall is still partially blocking. The Ram. Looks like BOT just arrived on the scene that should be clearing out here pretty soon. No other blocking issues getting in your way. As of right now, that's the good news. We did have an earlier bridge lift over both the university and Montlake bridges, but looks like both of those have just wrapped up. Curtis Calvin come out in the Cold Weather Center Karen's on a sunny Sunday around most of Western Washington highs today. They're gonna be talking about the mid to upper sixties a bit warmer than yesterday, and we're still for the work week. We got a low seventies for Monday and Tuesday. Plenty of sunshine upper seventies even low eighties in some spots on Wednesday in the comer of the center turns on company Party Cloudy right now 62 here in Seattle Tacoma News. It's a Northwest lifestyle weekend on coma news. Here's Tom Hudler and Shannon O'Kelly. Widmore. I RG health talk. All right. Our next guest is Dr Christopher Wall orthopedic surgeon traded sports medicine, arthroscopy and trauma. And we're talking about the revisions seal. Of course, we talked about this with both Bruce Irvin and Marqise player of the Seahawk state or a C. L's, which we assumed to be for the first time.
New York City Mayor Announces Another Round Of Furloughs For 9,000 City Employees
"Covert furloughs for city employees. W A. B. C's Christian marks would details. De Blasio says that more than 9000 employees will have to take five unpaid days from October through March. And these people have been working nonstop for months trying to protect all of you. The move affecting nonunion and managerial employees saves $21 million this After De Blasio announced last week, he was furloughing employees and the mayor's office, including himself. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W. ABC News Johnson and
US hits 'unfathomable' milestone: 200000 dead from coronavirus
"Describes the tragic pandemic Milestone reached today in the US boxes. Evan Brown has more live at least in more than 200,000. US deaths now due to Corona virus are recorded, according to the researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Who have been tallying Corona virus cases since the pandemic began. The U. S has the most number of deaths worldwide, though five other nations surpassed the U. S and deaths per capita. Some scientists say other nations are reporting lower figures because they may not have started expansive testing as early as the U. S or could have attributed a number of deaths to other causes, sleeps up. Have been thousands of flags around the Washington Monument, close to the
New York City Students Begin First Day of School (Mostly Out of Class) as All-Remote Opt-ins Hit 46%
"Opting to go all remote in New York City schools has now jumped to 46%. With a Staten Island preschool. Zion Lutheran closed till September 29th after a child of the school tested positive for Corona virus. Everybody is a little nervous, but we're all here because we all have to teach, but some teachers air still pushing for the city to go all remote. Mayor de Blasio appeared on New York one to try to reassure parents and teachers so really heavy emphasis on the cleaning the ventilation pp. Any last minute problems being address really quickly there could Be a
Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in repose at Supreme Court this week
"To Ginsberg continues to grow outside the high court. We expect to see a steady stream of Mourners. Thousands of people have come over the weekend. It started really with a group of maybe a few dozen after learning of the late justice is passing Friday evening, then several 1000 over the weekend, Fox's David spun at the Supreme Court, where Ginsberg's chairs draped in black. Her body will lie in repose at the court Wednesday and Thursday, then lie in state at the Capitol Friday. Britain's top medical
White House's Kudlow cites worries Britain might shut down
"On Wall Street, the Dow's down 802 points. The White House economic adviser, Larry Kudlow is blaming much of that on concern about rising Corona virus cases in Britain on what the government's response might be if foxes summon Owen is live in London, ELISA British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to address Parliament here tomorrow as one of his key advisors warns about rising case numbers. If we do not change course, then we're going to find ourselves in a very difficult problem. England's chief medical officer Chris Witty, saying infection rates are rising. Across most of the U. K. He says the forest is on course in his words to take off again. The British government says it wants to avoid a second national lock down, Lisa
Three flavored cigar companies sue Philadelphia over law restricting sales to kids
"Philadelphia stop sales of candy flavored tobacco two kids last year with law that limited where they could be sold cigar maker suiting June today, City officials and others blasted the lawsuit and the companies Hey, whatever you City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports 18 year old Aidan Gibbs says she'd watched her friend buy $1 packs of candy flavored cigarillo is sold right next to $1 candy bars until her friend was thoroughly addicted. So gives welcome the law that limited sales of the product to adult on Ly stores. Now, she says, she's angry Cigar makers are trying to upend the law during the civil rights movement to be allowed to put products back in black neighborhoods where it all started for my friends. Put them back in black neighborhoods during Cove it with a disregard for the greater risks the disease poses on black people. Councilman Curtis Jones says the products were marketed much more heavily in black and Hispanic neighborhoods, which was one reason he sponsored the bill. He says he'll fight to keep it in place. Sometimes when you go to the school yard and have to deal with a bully doesn't matter what, win or lose, you do have to stand up to the cigar makers did not respond to requests for comment there. Suit alleges the law is overly broad, vaguely worded and preempted by state. A
Kamala Harris Pledged a Joe Biden Administration Would Decriminalize Marijuana
"Went on record and pledge that a Joe Biden administration would decriminalize Possession of marijuana. And I'm saying, OK, it's good camel, you know, because you had a history in which you prosecuted for that. I got it. But we haven't heard job didn't say yes, Medio. Don't say that. Hey,
New York City Mayor to Furlough 495 Staff Members for a Week, Including Himself
"Says he's furloughing every city worker on a staff, including himself for a week starting October 1st, he says it's a way to help plug a huge Cove. It created budget hole. It is with pain that I say they and their families will lose a week's pay. But it's something we have to do. It's something I have to do. The mayor's office budget has been cut by 12%. He's hoping to avoid layoffs with potentially 22,000 jobs at stake.
"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 Saunders and his 1914 Model T
"This is Robert loss of welcome to another episode of cars that matter today we're joined by Dr Curtis Saunders, Mechanical Engineer Researcher at Johns Hopkins University Tower Things in Baltimore today, Curtis agreed Robert. It's a beautiful sunny day here in Curtis is here because he's the owner of a nineteen fourteen Ford model t now I guess I could make all kinds of jokes curtis about how you really need a PhD in mechanical engineering to work on one of these. But I'm sure it doesn't hurt. I we're going to dig into the history of the Ford model teachers to understand a little bit better. Why was such important automobile? The Ford model t is often named the car the century. Obviously, it's an important car. Why is it important to you? I should say while I'm a mechanical engineer I've always loved history. I'm always been a student of history and history has always been a passion of mine. So the model t important to to me. One of the reasons is just the impact it had on American history and just the general in addition just to manufacturing in general the manufacturing methods behind the model. t some of the things that Henry Ford merely pioneered with the car I was just really fast anyhow had in areas as well as the impact car itself had in American culture from what I understand. They made about fifteen million and they had quite a lifespan and first one came. Out in Nineteen Oh eight is that right? Yes. That is correct Kinda wrap things up by one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven when by that time was almost as much of an antique as it is today it's amazing how long the car ran and even through its cycle while the appeared. So the car changed a lot of the underlying the chemical structure while had some changes remain basically the same, the same four cylinder engine, the chew speed transmission. The bones are really did run twenty years I remember years and years ago in my former life I worked with the operating engineers, UCLA. What do we have these emergency generator rooms now ucla campus was built back in the nineteen twenties and we actually had an emergency generator that was still powered by a Model T. engine this back in the eighties imagine that that old engine was deemed reliable enough and competent enough to be working all those decades later. Really Testament to the Durance of that particular design you talk about Henry, Ford and how the model t was really the first mass produced car but I almost get the feeling. Henry could have been making washing machines or vacuum cleaners in a lot of ways the model t was sort of a test bed for the whole production line process actually rates moving assembly line process was not unique to model ts and applied to so many different types of products from airplanes, trains, cars, like you said, also goods washing machines TV's. Of that type of process, we take it for granted now, but someone had to think of it I in there had to be a pioneer that type of industry that really started this whole thing not only introducing a whole new way of making things it was done. So efficiently and relatively inexpensively that I gave any American with a halfway decent paying job the opportunity to own a car or it's eight a here's rolling car off the assembly. Line every ninety seconds from what I understand though maybe you can correct me if I'm wrong the model t was such a grand vision of Henry Ford's that he actually set up manufacturing facilities or plants all around the country, and even in other comments, he truly believed it was the car for the masses I. Don't think he really viewed it as just something for a specific region or even a specific country her specific time thought he'd really. distill down essential components vehicle and that that's what anyone in the world would what I guess. There was more than just one model T. everything from pickup trucks to delivery vans they made a whole bunch of them didn't they? Absolutely, there is various types of cars from to Cedars. Cedars even enclosed cars and open cars later and the whole line of trucks. You can even buy a model t rolling chassis and build your own body for it. If you didn't like what Fort is offering, you could just build your own. You're not even limited cars like you said, the power plant could by the Ford engine, the Ford, power plant and just apple sorts of other applications that would make a nice Margarita blender wouldn't it just about the right amount of horsepower to get that is just just right. Everybody knows what one looks like but I suspect most people don't really understand what it takes to. Make one move got a little engine. What is like three liter inline four or something like that it's a little inline four and it has a two speed transmission. What's the horsepower output on that engine? Would you figure it was rated at twenty two and a half horsepower? Wow. Okay. There's a lot of lawnmowers. Today might a riding mower hardware store that has more horsepower than this little novelty
Ex-Minneapolis officers charged in George Floyd death appear in court
"Questions after a court hearing today about the upcoming trial of four police officers in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Fox's Jeff Man also has this line least outside the Hennepin County. Courthouse. Protesters calling for justice for George Floyd as the state and defense attorneys argue on several motions, including the state's request to join all four cases into one trial and the defense team's request to move the case outside Minneapolis, also at issue the state's demand that jurors not remain anonymous, though the judge say that he's worried about outside pressures and threats. This is the defense for the four officers charged in Floyd's death Also Seek a dismissal of the cases against them. Lisa
Los Angeles - More Outages Possible After California ISO Declares Stage 2 Emergency For Second-Straight Day
"Heat advisory for another day. Spare the Air Day for the 19th consecutive day, and it will be continued hot tomorrow. Good evening. I'm Curtis Kim. Thanks for joining us. Here's what's happening. This just in the States Independent System operator has declared a stage two emergency for this evening and is asking California residents to continue their conservation efforts. Calisto says in a tweet that power grid conditions remain tight. But thanks to conservation, no outages have been called just yet The increased winds has lent a hand edging up production. The genie is warning, However, the thousands of customers with that company might get their power turned off by tomorrow night. KCBS reporter Melissa call Russ has more on what could be the first PS PS event. Of the year. Winds in the forecast could bring high fire danger. So PG and E has issued a public safety power shut off watch, meaning the utility as advising customers, it might cut their electricity. The potential Monday evening PS PS could impact approximately 103,000 customers in portion of 17 counties throughout our service area. PG and e spokesperson Katie Allen says that includes some homes and businesses in Napa and Sonoma County's while she emphasizes that the company hasn't called for a PS PS yet She says customers should be prepared for any outage planned or otherwise heat those phone numbers handy of the hospital Fire Department. Police also always keep battery operated flashlights and radios and extra batteries on hand. Other nonperishable food items that don't require cooking. Alan says. PG and E has been working to improve the PS PS program over the last year and will on Ly cut off power as a last resort safety measure.
Bowser: Washington D.C. had no intention of proposing removal of major federal monuments
"Or Muriel Bowser defended the report that she ordered off renaming or contextualizing monuments across the nation's capital, including initially federal monument. The Trump administration blasted DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. After the workgroup she put together put federal monuments including the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial on a list of places that should be renamed or contextualized. Because their names, stakes own slaves or had ties to racism. It was that our intention to do anything with the federal monuments in Memorial's federal monuments have been spin removed from the list. People will intentionally misconstrue thanks on DH. That is why the report was adjusted. Heather Curtis. W M L N w e mail dot com D
Tel Aviv: Drone filmed dropping suspected cannabis over city
"O a lot of your oven. Very jealous about this. Apparently. Some activists over in Israel have carried out a stunt in Tel Aviv in the skies over tell Aviv they weren't in a flying car. They were actually using drones dropping cannabis dropping pot over Tell Aviv Ah as passersby freaked out on the streets below. They collected some of the bags before police arrived. Police not too happy
Old Navy will pay employees to work at election polls in November
"And Old Navy is getting into the patriotic spirits not through a new line, but through their employees the company will play will pay their employees to work the polls on Election Day. I'm not talking about stripper poles from talking about the election poll. Not that I had to clarify that. But you never know.
RNC 2020: Trump warns Biden will 'demolish' American dream
"On the final night of the RNC last night, President Trump said. America as a whole is tumbling into chaos and lawlessness. Well, if you like this kind of political chatter, Joe Biden is weak. The problem we have right now is we're in Donald Trump's America, Then you're in for a treat over the next 10 weeks. The first set of presidential debates are scheduled for September, 29th four weeks from now, with the first vice presidential candidate scheduled one week later. And while those air certain to generate considerable media buzz, the ongoing Corona virus pen Temic makes it difficult to predict what kind of campaign events and the media coverage that typically follows will occur over the next two months. Mike Bauer, NBC News
US consumer spending rose a moderate 1.9% in July
"Stocks have been trading higher after a report indicating consumer spending continued to him. Prove in July of 1.9%, the S and P. 500 is on track for its biggest weekly gain and nearly two months investors are encouraged by the Federal Reserve's decision to hold off on raising interest rates. The University of Michigan's consumer sentiment index improved this month from July and was stronger than
"curtis" Discussed on Kingpins
"Welcome to kingpins A- podcast original I'm. Kate Leonard. Every Friday we journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street, gangs to mafiosos to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fool as we follow the lives of infamous crime bosses, we will explore how money power changed them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify just open the APP and type kingpins in the search bar. This is our first episode on Curtis Warren The man who took British drug trafficking to new heights in the nineteen eighties and nineties. Thanks to a combination of his clever planning and some well-timed luck. This week, we'll trace his journey from a low level street hoodlum and Liverpool to one of Britain's most successful career criminals of all time. Next week, we'll look at how am visions led to his fall from grace and his lasting impact on the European drug trade. We'll dive into the rise of Curtis cocky Warren right after this. Liverpool Native Curtis Warren had faced a lot of obstacles in his early life poverty, racism violence, and even full-scale riots. It was a surprise to see him become the man that he was now to everyone except for Curtis that is. Thanks to his ingenuity and street smarts, he spent the nineteen hundred s and ninety s establishing kind of streamlines narcotics operation few had attempted before in England. Marijuana cocaine. On designer drugs, you name it it was now flooding through the streets. Thanks to Curtis. Of course, this meant the cops were on him at every turn. Curtis always remained one step ahead of them maybe even too. But that didn't stop law enforcement from trying to keep pace with a man they considered one of Britain's most prolific drug importers. Around the same time he was taking his Ed tour of England in the summer of Nineteen ninety-five. Kurtz was treating himself to a nice cuppa with this friend Tony Bray. Liverpool for all its rough edges had a plethora of cafes catering to the city's Genteel society. A prime table was always available to the young drug kingpin. This was especially convenient since curtis ran most of his business in person he had a sense that telephones especially the rapidly evolving mobile phones where a dangerous way of communicating there was no telling who is listening in. He wanted his associates to operates the way he did up close and personal. Even if it meant meeting in public notes, no evidence that put law enforcement at a severe disadvantage in efforts to catch curtis. As Curtis SIP, Tis t chatting with Bray, his eyes wandered onto one particular cafe patron sitting just a few tables away. Something about the man seemed off. He carried himself differently than the rest of the crowd. Almost, policemen like. There was a reason why Kurtz has managed to keep the police at arm's length. He called it his sixth cents. Off The countless run INS with the law he had become a tune to they're thinking the way they operated and the way they looked. Curtis was sure of it. There was no mistaking a copper enterprising undercover cops were always trying to gain some Intel on him but this particular officer had taken quite the risk. With a confident stride curtis approach the table. The other people in the cafe did their best to keep the headstone but everyone knew who he was his mixed race complexion peppered with freckles shaved head and broad shoulders were well known around town. They couldn't help but watch. Curtis, greeted the undercover cop with a polite hello officer but he followed it with a more menacing slur that betrayed Curtis's working class upbringing. The officer didn't wait to see where Curtis would take this. He jumped out of his seat and darted out of the cafe. allegedly. The officer was chewed out by his supervisor and reminded there was a reason why no cop was authorized to get that close to Curtis Warren he could have been killed on the spot. Curtis was smart but he was also violent and unpredictable. But he hadn't always been like that. Once upon a time curtis was just another bored and desperate kid trying to survive a tough neighborhood his turned to petty crime was considered an inevitable dead end. No one expected anything from a punk like him and he had been working his whole life to prove them wrong. As the UK's primary maritime hub, Liverpool's economic health had always depended on overseas shipping. Unfortunately once World War Two broke out that put the city in the crosshairs of Hitler's Lou FAFA. The relentless bombing second to London reduced most of the city's buildings and docks to rubble. After the war the city was forced to rebuild bringing in workers from around the world. In, Nineteen fifty-nine Curtis Allah wishes Warren a black, Salo but the Ouija Merchant Navy became one of those transplants. there. He met a local girl named Sylvia shanked be South African. Daughter of a shipyard boiler attendant a year. Later they married without much to call their own they moved into rented rooms in the batter Toxteth district of Liverpool Toxteth was the epitome of the Liverpool melting pot sights and sounds from countless cultures permeated the streets. A local artists called it a scruffy place that made a point to mention that the place had a wild party atmosphere as well. In early nineteen, sixty, three, four, mop top Liverpool. Popeye idols released please please me. It wasn't long until the entire country and soon, the world was rocking out to the Beatles. Two months after the Beatles debut album. Curtis Warren Junior was born on May thirty, first nineteen, sixty three. Unfortunately for him. The melodia sounds of the FAB four where quickly drowned out by the rough and tumble cacophony of life in talks test. At the time nationwide economic decline had hit toxteth particularly hard. And as unemployment soared so did crime. By the time, he was eleven years old curtis was recruited into a gang of burglars. His little frame could squeeze through open windows and unlock doors for the rest of the team within a year of joining the gang curtis having brushes with the law. In Nineteen, seventy, five, the police stopped him in a stolen car. His little freckled face could barely see over the steering wheel. He received a slap on the wrist from juvenile court. It was his first appearance in a courtroom it wouldn't be his last. Curtis was a bright boy but.
"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
"Is I get I'm okay and I'm coping. And then I got these crashes where I talked up bed again. I have the suicidal thoughts can comes back. And at that moment you're like what have I been doing like? None of this has worked, but as the years have gone on, those times have gotten shorter and shorter, and the bounce back has gotten easier and easier and easier, and is like building these muscles, and it doesn't mean you're not gonNA twist your ankle. Or, you know scrape knee. It just means you're stronger and able to heal. And I think also you learn your own. Just like I was diagnosed. Fears go with obsessive compulsive disorder and. That it's not I. It's I have a case obsessive compulsive soda when I start getting low I star obsessively cleaning and seeing jumps, and being very like leave my house and all I think about is you know scoffed. I left on the floor and just need to go home to sort that out and I've learned now like Oh when that happens. You're getting low, so look after of and I've learned all these little tells the I have that mean can stop things before they get. Get too bad because I recognize the myself from time before, and what's interesting is that someone might yeah, you say well. This terrible thing happened to me when I had this injury, and then I was in all of this pain, and then I have this enzyme deficiency, which means the icon processed painkillers, and then I had anxiety and depression, and then I had OCD, and they're like well sounds like an awful lot. It must be making this up because no one. Issues, it's not possible whereas no one realizes. Dominos game this all is and how many of these things link to each other cause or perpetuate one another? It's not a simple as someone just having one or two things, everything is into interchangeable pain is intersectional. It really is and also the truth is that the two most underfunded parts of our medical system, our mental health women's health, and actually when women having when women and people suffering from mental illness, having these labels thrown at them. It's more as a result of deficiency at Diet properly, diagnosing women's medical issues or mental health issues rather than someone adding lows labels to their collection. So if you are someone who is doubting, someone elses mental, health or physical health struggles then. Then lucky you, you privileged motherfucker. Yeah, that you don't know what this feels like. Lucky you that you imagine it must that you are so far away from that experience that you can't fathom that it could possibly be true. You have no idea you're privilege for people to think that this is fun or that. This is this is that people are even I'm not saying that some people don't exaggerate or the that. Some people don't have conditions that make them make conditions up. To be someone who, just with no fact with no evidence with no proof, just dismiss someone at their claim. Then you want someone who has never experienced either a loved one or yourself going through this sort of experience. Lucky you and go fuck himself. Yet and I think the is the hardest thing in the world to tell someone that you are struggling with mental illness, so if someone tells you that the chances are that that ready struggling, because I it's not something you'd have it for also..
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"Back. So, okay, you went through this unfathomable trauma, and then you came out of it with very legitimate PTSD post, traumatic stress disorder. And what did that feel like for you? How did that manifest few? You hit these stories about other sick. Children Remember hearing about like. Girls he was sick and then off to they go better. They started a charity around million marathons. Hikes up MT Everest and. This whole idea of that and I totally assumed I was going to buy them. I was like great. I'm not paying more I'm going to go. You know grabble, my sick child prizes and I didn't i. just collapsed. I was almost more debilitated than I've been when I. When I was living in chronic pain. I couldn't leave my bedroom I had a panic attack every single time. Someone rang the doorbell someone left the house I to drop out of school again I, tried to go back to school and to immediately leave. And then it was about. That level of it being that bad was about the next two or three, as of my life I was in like a rehabilitation center for a few months, I. Just I tried, every medication tried everything and Yeah, it was. It was really interesting for me looking back now to have seen severe physical disability right next door to such severe mental illness. because I think it taught me a lot about. The difference in the way society treats that treats those two conditions, and really it was when my mental health got really bad. The I stopped being able to put anyone because the shame of it was so much worse than the shame of being sick or in a wheelchair. 'cause I couldn't explain yeah, and we'll so again because you are living in a position of privilege, it's like well well. She's this a comes from a wealthy family, and she's pretty, and she slim, and and and she has a loving family. Why how could she still be sad? How ungrateful for you to not be able to control your own mental house and trauma and if Internalize move that you know. I was the person saying that more than anyone..
"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
"Curtis in Juliet everybody happy Tuesday the president and his specialist his experts are all standing there trying to give us the latest updates so we will give you the latest on that Curtis I just sat down so I haven't even seen what they've been doing the task force is holding a briefing as we speak so we should be getting some information but I know we started off talking about I mean everybody's talking about this technology that they're going to be a lot of people out of work there already are a lot of people out of work I got sort of a testy message from the wife of a friend of mine who is a the girl from a friend of mine who is a hospitality worker on Long Island shoes now not working and there's just a there's a lot of anger because people feel like the people who work in the hospitality industry bartenders servers and so forth I've you know busboys cooks are not getting the attention but the fact is yeah they are getting the attention it's just that we've got to come up with a solid plan to how well our leaders making it miserable for everyone there's nobody reassuring nobody's calming anyone talking about lockdowns is Google's whose Samer into September the change up every five minutes the freaking press conferences have to stop I'd like to know how any of these people are doing their jobs if they're spending two three four five hours a day giving press conflagration when it requires meeting with the specialist meeting with all the people and trying to come up with a plan that is agreeable to most people and then very calmly with a lot of reassurance coming out addressing the media because the media needs to know that's how we find out the information and then conveying it to us instead of his herky jerky every hour changes in one community does one thing then the mayor feels that he or she they have to do well the governor then follow suit and it's like N. Lewis I think again I've been sort of just how did this for the last several days one plan one messenger and to me trump needs to take the reins he has crowed in brackets for three years about how great a leader he is this is his time he says that he's been basically the miracle the greatest president of all time if that is the case this is the chance that he can show it he has to take responsibility what is actual Curtis let me just explain it means he has to take responsibility he has to be willing to admit that he's going to fail which admit that there will be mistakes and stuff but he's not gonna get everything right and not lash out at everybody who are critical he has to take control of the decision making for the country if he has such an amazing leader take control don't leave it up to the states because the bottom line is we have fifty governors with all of their teams plus fifty strategies everybody's going to be different that equals chaos and that's what we're doing right now you want trump to dictate everything everything that you and others have feared about trump you want him to be omnipotent he makes a decision for everyone no matter if it's a rule area suburban area urban area and it's his way or the highway I want him to surround himself with people that are experts in this area and to be smart and know that he no is not an expert in this area despite what he likes to say take the actual information that is coming from the people who study this who have doctorates and all sorts of degrees with technical detail and expertise and then be the one conduit to send the message out no I'm not saying that he makes the decisions and that comes to somebody he needs to hear from his advisors what the best route but also may listen to the ultimately you're asking for the power that a dictator has one man one voice one rule and you must do it my way regardless of your circumstances may with it despite the fact that I think he's a terrible president I know you all know that despite that I would say if if it was Obama I would say if it was you know tiny Tim that the president in a crisis needs to lead and if he can't do this then we are here we have to go to another with plan B. but at this point he needs to be the one because we are getting way too much information sent out there that is nonsensical it doesn't make it doesn't it doesn't it's not rational and again when you got fifty different governors who are doing fifty different strategies yet our our sites but rather you're gonna have chaos but they all have executive powers at times of emergencies they both triggered it we see how dictatorial they can be whether it is Cuomo on Murphy whether it is made the blood to whoever it is even cool town village mayors lonely like work four hours a week because it working a regular job even may have been given these extraordinary emergency powers which all it's done is spread fear and fright and what the president is saying is you know okay I get it New York you have the more severe situation Seattle San Francisco some of the urban areas but that is not necessarily true in suburban Americal rule America this some places that have not been affected I fortunately that those places are also the places with irate a massive amount of ventilators that are sitting there that could be sent over to I don't know places like New York which I'm told we are now going to be dealing with a on a lack of ventilators there is every chance that we could be Italy and that is not my opinion that's the Surgeon General Jerome Adams we can follow either Italy or we can follow South Korea Italy didn't make the decisions to like shut down close office the the borders and do the things they needed to do and we've been following that our pattern has been following into shut everything down how do people survive how do they make a living what do they do because the more we follow directions and the more the more of us that shut down the faster the should be the problem just government huh I don't believe all I try no he won't just be because have you trusted people people would not be doing this it is government by each second are realizing now how crucial it is to not go out to not spread the potential buyers that they might be having but they don't know that they're having so I trust that they do need the kick in the pants they do need the people bosses to say Hey stay home none of this information that has come from the president the governors the mayors has proven to be correct they are misinforming us each and every day and suddenly you want to trust government you're trusting government you want to do Curtis how would you like to handle this right because I haven't heard one thing wrong coal on the collective people are not going out the governor today was comparing this to nine eleven really nine eleven are you are you if we can move you understand how life has to change right now before we can get better what are you not only how many people died in the attack in nine eleven think back think back how devastated on it's just I'm not gonna get into all right you're hitting the panic button you see what happened one is a very smart move from his dealing trump to be a dictator it's not really a leader Curtis he is the president of the United States J. okay New York you do this temptress go you've decided to do this parts of California doing something different each year from part of the country based on their needs and necessities are deciding for themselves what they need to do some more draconian than others but you want one policy why did Lee that's going to go right at the same you said yes one message we need to have one entity one message you must think about I'm talking about gleaning information from all around the world and having it come through the conduit Asian one entity violating Wyoming doctor biology five hundred thousand people why only right we've got neighborhoods he got more than five hundred thousand people do you think the same standard should be applied to a state like Wyoming so the people in Wyoming will not leave their houses they will not travel they're not gonna go if they're if they're not being told you look you're gonna have to stay home you don't have to do print draconian things like New York city's going to have to do or San Francisco or Los Angeles for instance I mean that that's one of your your your your twisting what I'm saying because you like to be dramatically like a great radio basic you're not you realize the differences because you know why don't you tell the governors what to do he's got to give them advice he's got to give them protocol he should just say it's all up to you it's a free for all everybody does that so got to give and how he died what I'm saying if you don't understand if a governor has emergency powers they are the executive authority in that state how does the president income you have discuss what is happening in their state with the president and the president talks to his experts and the experts give their advice the president sends it down right now each of these governors is relying on their local experts and it's fifty different things and that's why we're hearing fifty different messages so if the governors disagree and what does the president do if the governor of Wyoming and Idaho disagree with the governor of New Jersey in New York what does the president do apply one standard to everybody since you're not listening you're just you're just twisting when I'm saying it's I you know it's can you please at least answer that question if I'm the governor of Wyoming and Idaho my needs and not as great as New York and New Jersey and like within the president talks to his advisers his experts and said how do we deal with Wyoming how should we put them on lockdown should we suggest that that's what they should do no because there aren't enough people there it doesn't make any sense okay okay you know what I'm going to go now talk to the governor of Wyoming I'm going to convey the message from the experts the one place the one conduit that I am going to that's what I'm saying Curtis I'm not going to twist what you're saying so please don't twist what I'm saying because it's good radio I'm just saying it has nothing to do with the radio take the governing here has defied the president the mayor here is such a school ball he's moving in fifty thousand different directions at the same time you really think he's going to listen to the president I mean think about that let's go to George's calling from Brooklyn welcome to Curtis and yet yet you yet here at W. A. B. C. judge what's up guys I was in front of the resort casino last night naked will my girlfriend for the last time scare the quarantine that they might lock goes down like San Fran and I seen the sign said casino close now I'm driving around how would beach it's like Armageddon the leaders nobody outside is a big big mistake that trump is falling into this trap of crushing our economy I mean this thing ain't going away what's going to happen next flu season you'd think that the number of coronavirus listen do you listen George anything anything that the experts are saying you're not you're not a doctor are you can I finish you just you had enough time talking you major point you don't get to make fifty points that's not how the show goes you're talking about one specific thing and that is that this is a stupid idea it's gonna wreck the economy you know when the economy is going to be wrecked it's going to be because the hospitals and.
"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 The First Degree
"For the the most part true crime lovers are generally comforted by the idea of the justice system after a trial. A murderer gets put in a box in category we get black and white answer. The perpetrator is guilty or innocent sentences handed down order is restored from chaos. Right eight while not always. We're going back to October. Twelfth of two thousand twelve the top song on the charts was one more night by Maroon five. The movies in the theaters were trade of innocence. Sinister and Smiley are sitting. Today is Dayton Ohio. Which is the hometown of court? Our first degree Dayton Ohio. I think it's a really bad rap for a long time. After the economy crashed it was like number two in the nation for the worst economy economy. I'm pretty sure that you've single handedly. Like rebuilt our economy and microbrewery and food truck. The Oregon district is kind of like the heart of the city of Dayton. So it's it's a really close knit group of people they're bunch of little boutiques and shops option things and everybody works really hard to just kind of support each other. That's kind of where this dark on the evening of October tenth. Two Thousand Twelve at around twelve thirty in the morning. A woman watching television in her home on the street in Dayton Ohio heard screams creams for help coming from the abandoned house next door. Oh I could hear gentlemen screaming. He kept screaming. Somebody help me call the police. He's killing telling me he screamed at over and over and over again then I don. I'm online. The band kept screaming but his cries grew quieter and quieter quieter and after about five minutes the Christ stopped altogether. Police came out and arrived at the abandoned home within minutes and the first I police officer to arrive saw a man who appeared to be in his twenties with a knife in his hand. Nearly over a man on the ground and the man on the ground wasn't moving. The officer identified himself in order the man with the knife to drop his weapon and the man with the knife took off running and he was quick. He cleared the fence and was in the middle of hopping over another police drew their guns and ordered him to stop and get on the ground and they had to yell at him several times before or he complied and the man put his hands in the air and said Okay I give up and then he started yelling. This is a crime of passion. This is a crime of passion when police arrived on. They found grace still on scene when they got there. They found One male standing on top of another he attempted to flee Climbed over a fence and he was apprehended. A short distance later police say gray dropped a knife officers found near the scene. The man with a knife who ran was was identified as twenty-seven-year-old Curtis Gray on the scene. Police emptied his pockets and in one of them they found what appeared to be hospital bracelet. The name on the bracelet was Daniel Moody. It would be revealed that this bracelet belonged. The man who lay dead on the ground. Additional officers arrived at the scene and over and over and over again curtis gray continued to scream guys. This is a crime of passion. We're not sure why we haven't avenue terminating motive. And he's not talking to us and once Curtis is in the custody of the police. The police approach the man who was lying on the ground. He was on his right side with his left side facing up. His arm was laying across his head as if he was in a defensive position. Sort of trying to protect his face and his shirt was raised is exposing his abdomen. His abdomen and Torso area had been essentially a best serrated bows were hanging out In on his lower right side there were open. Cavities as walls on his lower left side. There was a large wound between his ribs. Were they could see right into his chest cavity Abadi so a police seal the scene and this is what they found. They found Curtis's classes near a fence on the side of the home from where Daniel was lying. The glasses were bent and other than his glasses. There wasn't much additional tangible evidence or clues at the scene other than what could be observed served the victim and when the police brought Curtis back to the police department. They observed his clothing and they saw that he had mud on the knees of his pants but none on the back of his clothing and he had blood all over his hands and on the sleeves of his jacket but nowhere else except for a small amount on the back of his pants on the inside ham of the back of his t shirt art and he had no physical injuries or wounds. The bizarre killing presented a lot of questions. Who are these men? How are they connected? How why lied to happen? And we're going to learn on this episode that these answers aren't always clear tonight a waiter at a restaurant. I bet you been to. The Oregon Oregon districts now locked up accused of stabbing a homeless man to death. Right now. Police are still trying to piece together. What exactly happened? Police say Curtis Gray stabbed stabbed fifty one year old Daniel Moody several times last night near vacant home on quipped street. They are still investigating what sparked the deadly stabbing those who know the suspect. Well told me off camera ray has been working at tie nine for at least five years they tell me they are shocked to find out. He's been accused of such an awful missile crime. And are I agree. Courtney was one of those who shocked when she heard the news but it was my friend Tina and she had told me she's like Curtis is in trouble trouble and I was like. What are you talking about? How like I just talked to him? Choose like no. He's been arrested for murder. She was like Courtney are you there are you there. It took me a minute to actually respond. I couldn't believe it like this is a man I literally seen. Take a fly and his apartment touching watching the cop walk downstairs and like let it outside so when you say somebody like would never heard a fly. This is the kind of person and like as far as I knew was just like that. He was a Hippie dippy dude like he kind and carrying. Everyone and I was just thinking game like was it a mugging gone wrong. Like was there stuff defense. There must have been an accident with a car accident or something idea where she was going with it and and then she told me now. It's a homeless man. He was stabbed and courtesy. Says it was self defense if you like the first degree you're going to love Brad behavior with Brad. Gretzky the newest podcast from the leading network. which is me and podcast wine from the red carpet to the runway? TV personality analogy stylist to the stars and author progress. Ke gets undressed and candid interviews with other celebs and friends each week. They contemplate and celebrate fashion pop culture and life's random surprises surprises. Be Sure to subscribe you. Don't miss broad behavior every week on apple podcasts and podcasts. One let's start start with Curtis Gray Curtis attended Shamanov Julian High School and he spent time in the army before returning to Dayton and working at Tynan and Dayton's Oregon district so who is curtis and more importantly is this something has friends believed he could be capable of accordion. Curtis or very read very close. We met in high school. I was at a Denny's the night that I met Curtis. He was a friend of a friend that he showed up. He's caving this old probably like early nineties Maroon Toyota Camry. He had this this long flowing probably like shoulder length brown hair and he walks into denny. He's wearing like this this leather suede jacket and his goofy towards sleeve but in down like Paisley practice green shirt horrendous looking and it was I think it was a couple months later that For some reason he asked me out. Yeah we dated. It was very brief so he was kind of my first boyfriend. After I sort of like realized realized myself as an adult we were definitely not meant to date. Were definitely meant to be friends so we dated for like two months actually broke broke up with me right before problem and I was like this and then we didn't talk for years after that he finally reached out to me again. I was living in Virginia. I'd actually just had surgery from a military injury. I was in the navy. He is message. Demands like hey I just wanted to say hi like Bari about Oh how.
"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 77WABC Radio
"I think it was all good i really think they both they both presented their issues as they obviously had a lotta mousy towards each other and i i'm not in the district so i don't really that involved in it but i think that's be demanded not back trump donovan i i like to see that comes back to bite him in the circus could it could it could be the deciding factor in a very close race that's actually working on that part of it you know curtis curtis curtis when that guy that gets down mutates i'm breaking the law hi rita grimm.
"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.