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"jason curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Anyway, B C before we go back to the calls. I got a compliment, all of you. A lot of new college calling in for the very first time, fast and furiously because that's what this is about. It's your turn to be heard. Look, social networking may have distant dismissed you. They may no longer want you. You're a person of no consequence. Well, you're free to be heard He on W A B C. A lot of the other shows they take hold. Not as much as this. But This is your time to be heard. Let's go to Steve and Pearl River. The Irish Riviera along the Hudson your turn to be heard. Steve. Yeah, I Curtis look You know, one of the things that I was when I was growing up that I was told one of the things that made America great that separated it. From all the other countries was that no man was above the law, okay? And you know, somebody was talking about all the good things that Donald Trump did. You know, he showed all the young people. You know what an example he showed forgetting, you know, being able to get away that I gotta trust. Remember, I'm actually here whenever I want like a little child. In the meantime. Don't wanna die aggress too much the the on leeway Apparently that you can hold a president. Accountable criminally. Because he is in certain ways, especially according to William Bar Up off the law. All right, so Unlike certain citizens who participated in that mess on January 6, especially in the incitement, part who you can charge with civil Criminal offenses. Okay, You can't do that. He's Got his own little separate legal of ledger. Separately and the one and it is impeachment. It's not just a word. It's better to be said how you hold. The president. Responsible if he has committed never mind high crimes and let's let's explore that because we've talked about this before. We know that when Bill and Hillary share the White House, they had some very heated arguments. At one point, she threw a vase at him. She should have. But let's just say he had used domestic violence against their She survived, but clearly she it was hurt in damage and had to be hospitalized. You couldn't file criminal charges against a sitting president that needs to change. A sitting president could kill somebody in the West Wing. Pull out a dare injure. You know I all civil war der injured that's hanging on the wall. It's all rusty and shoot somebody. Apparently, the way the law is written. You can charge him once he leaves office, but you can't charge him when he's president of the United States that makes no sense whatsoever. To try to prevent him from running for future office. At the federal level. When you haven't convicted of him of him of any crimes. How does that pass muster with the Constitution? I know there are a lot of Democrats who never want to see Donald Trump run for a federal office. But that would mean he could run for State office. He could run for a municipal office town board supervisor any of the above Board of education but not for federal office. Where is that in the Constitution. And if so, don't you think you would have to pass an amendment on that both In terms of of a a president committed a crime while in office, you would be able to prosecute him for the crime while he remains president of the United States. And also some where in the Constitution what you could actually preclude him or her from ever running for federal office again. Just doesn't seem to be in the cards. Anyway, Let's go to Jason, who's calling from South Orange, your turn to be heard here at W. ABC, Jason Curtis. I'll make this short and sweet. I'll take your answer off the air. A little comic relief. What? Your over under on how long before our phones blow up with a presidential silver alert? Oh, yes, it has been bandied about but notice he decided to introduce me to Mr Click. You see, That's the other thing I want to eliminate. There are certain talk radio traditions. I just want to give you my opinion, and then I'll hang up and listen to you and shit. Now we want dialogue here. Dialogue because I was gonna ask him some questions. But now he leaves me in the abyss. The talk radio a bitch. How do you do it? No. How you doing? Oh, uh, the wife and kids. You're good. Well, guess what. My life is miserable. My city is falling apart in front of me and my country appears to be at this point, hopelessly divided. You really want to ask me how my doing that's a radio talk show radio. Callers stick and it's gonna take time to get rid of it. And then let me bring up a point. It bothered me to no end. Last night because I was recovering. I had the implants provided by Staten Island Implant. Dentist com Great job. Four different procedures in two hours, and I was able to do the show, but I had to take a few procedures like rinsing out your mouth at different intervals, so I get up out of the bed. Actually, my wife is upset because I leave the radio on. I'm sure many of you your wives, your husbands you come on. It's whoever you're shacking up with. They get upset, too, because you want to listen to the radio and they want to snore. They want to actually snore the wallpaper off the wall, Okay? Him. Frank Murano. The other side of midnight. He was doing such a great job. Listen a few seconds I took a tinkle, You know, and I do the switch in the mouth. I am coveting. That's right. Remember, thou shalt not covered Somebody's wife, right? The 10 Commandments. Gentile version, you know, because we truncated the Jewish version. You know, there's like 418 commandments. But gentiles typically a you got a truncated He was covering this program, I think of it. She doing a great job from 1 to 5 the other side of midnight. Great Theodore the mind he's joined with Jet set, Juliette. Great hour in the morning is everybody rises in Shine, You get your news, your information, your traffic, his sports, everything. It's ratings. They're going through the roof, both programs and then he actually mused out loud, he said. You know, I should go for the troika, The trifecta, the Trinity of broadcasting. I could do. Curtis Lee was show also from 12 to 3. Frank..
"jason curtis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The GW Jade relates Talk radio 77 w. A. B. C Judge Jeannine Pirro. She's the All Spoken hosts. What everybody's talking about talking about Judge Jeannine Pirro. Geneva Bureau is dominating the headlines right now New York discretion with no objections. He demands order and her cords Sunday morning and he love it. It's such Judge Jenny Tuttle, the Tower's Foundation Sunday morning show. You mean zero. 77 w A. B C. Listen for the optimal health program with Dr Christopher Caliphate. We're gonna talk about stem cell therapy Saturdays at 8, A.m. and Sundays at 7 P.m.. Let's get right down to it each and every day I wake up. My job is on the Upper West side to get the best fist for my wife, Nancy, and are 13 rescue cats that we raise and adopt out Any 320 square foot apartment. And on the other side is the Upper East Side where we broadcast from And I tell you in the interim, whether I'm taking the train or I'm walking the streets. I can't tell you the number of moving vans and trucks that I see on a regular basis. Both in the Upper West side and appreciated now some of them are bringing people in. Occupy apartments who's rents and leases have plummeted. You really get a good deal now, but most continue to keep taking people out of sight out of mind. And in many instances, they may never return. The exodus continues on the Lord on the line right now is Jason Curtis Anderson. Hey, just happened a pen a piece that I saw in Sunday's New York Post. It might as well have been the whole newspaper. It just went on and on, and every paragraph was spot on. The The theme was I used to love New York City, but feckless leaders have forced me to leave. Tell us why Jason Curtis Anderson. How's it going? Card? It's nice to meet you. Oh, great. I think I've seen you in the streets of a night. Yes. Yes, Actually, I passed by you on Sunday night on 14th Street and wish you good night, Actually. Yeah. Yeah, although I didn't know who you are, but, boy, that was your day when you blew up The New York Post with this shot because I got a lot of feedback from a lot of people were saying Yep, That's exactly how I feel. Tell us. Where is it? That you were born and raised. When did you come to the city? And why did you decide to leave? Sure. Well, first of all, you know, I'm from Westchester. I was born in Sleepy Hollow. I've lived in a couple of times in Westchester before Terry Town croak and I've been in and out of the city my whole life. My grandfather lived in Gramercy when I was a child in the eighties. So you know, I've spent time there back then I remember the subways with graffiti all over them. And Times Square and I remember the West Side highway when it was all abandoned Lots. You know I was here. S Oh, yeah, I've been around forever, and I've been living in downtown New York City's since I was 20 and also 20 years now, and, uh, yeah, I've always been around, you know, Uh, people know me in my neighborhood. You know, every everyone knows my face and quite friendly. So did you have an image that you might become a life for that? You might want to spend the rest of your life here in New York City. 100%. You know, I was exploring the idea of opening up a cocktail bar last year by the The Flatiron district, and you know, I spent quite a lot in my time in the West Village and loved it. What changed that? When did this dream of yours? Just end up sort of falling apart. Um, you know, I think we really miss matters things this year. Um And I'm just battled that we don't seem to be holding anybody accountable for it. You know that people are being fired and replaced. I just I just don't really understand how we got here. You know it Z almost like Living in a failed state at the moment, you know, there was just a just a constant level of chaos that can erupt it at any moment that I'm just so not used to, you know, like I In my neighborhood. I was always comfortable walking with a laptop at two o'clock in the morning like nothing was ever gonna happen. And now I don't know a single person who's comfortable walking outside past 9 P.m.. You know it's a huge difference. What do you say to Ah, Those who Statisticians. You know, they keep the books and they say you're overreacting. Jason. Yeah, Yeah, There's have been a crime increase, but Not not to the extent that would make someone want to just pick up and leave. Give us your your empirical experiences. That would suggest that in fact, that's not so. Sure, you know, I just don't think that the statistics really reflect the experience. You know, I think that like, you know, police presence is down. Ah, lot of crimes are not reported. Ah, lot of crimes are not counted. Ah, lot of victims don't really get acknowledged. And you know I could. I could talk about this for hours. You know, just to give like a couple of examples. You know, someone tried to break into my apartment over the summer time. The only reason they fled was because they set off a loud alarm on my when they opened up my roof door. Someone broke into my neighbor's apartment and hit in her shower and tried to rape her. Um, there was a drug dealer standing on my local corner for six straight months. Only four hours and today nobody cared, uh, homeless person sitting at my front step masturbating, staring at girls who are trying to have drinks out front of the bar downstairs. It's chaotic, and it's not recorded in the statistics. What neighborhood was that again? Uh, in Chelsea..
"jason curtis" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Story in The New York Post yesterday in New Yorkers lament So Howie Carr show but at how weak our show A New Yorkers lament. By Jason Curtis Anderson. Pretty good story. It was also a good story in the Wall Street Journal, New York. I love you, but we can't go on like this. It was a little little more technical and financial than this that the Post story But I just I'll just read you a little bit of that, to say everything about that said in these stories about New York also applies to Massachusetts or, for that matter, just about any other Northeastern states. Not know Hampshire but urban Northeastern states in 2016 before the recent stock market boom 1% of New York taxpayers contributed 37% of all state income property, personal income taxes. Those revenue generators are steadily leaving the state for less taxing environments like Massachusetts is safe situation. New York or Massachusetts is political class naively believes the residents will accept evermore draconian tax increases. But the city is like a restaurant that is losing customers because its service and food are going downhill. The appropriate response isn't to raise prices and expect them to come flooding back but to reverse the client in quality. So people like AOC say, Oh, well, why don't we put a tax on every security transaction on the on the New York Stock Exchange and on Wall Street? And there's this guy points out. His name is Mark King that investment bankers and money managers can operate effectively with minimal travel reduced office space in.