7 Burst results for "Mister Pearson"
"mister pearson" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Inspectors Saturday. You can arrest my husband for threatening to kill me. I can have him locked up, misses Peterson. Only this is a little out of my line. You see, this is the homicide department. Bad I'd rather prevent a murder than have to solve on immediate rather prevent one than have me solve it fast. Oh, you're such a genius. You even know what I mean, even though I don't say it. You send some of your men to find mister Peterson inspector Faraday. How long do you think it'll take? Well, then bring him in any minute, miss Wesley. Now he couldn't possibly know we're looking for him. Unless he knows his wife went to blackie in black he brought it to west, and I doubt if he knows Faraday, he doesn't know Mary overhead his conversation with misses Peterson's lawyer. Inspector Ken, my husband really be sent to prison for threatening me. Of course. But we'll have to prove he's made plans and intends to carry them out. But if what you say is German hey John Peterson in 6 30. Thanks, Lawrence. Come on in, Peterson. What is this all about? Anyhow, what's the idea of builder? Peterson. That's all Lawrence, wait outside. This your husband, mister Pearson. What is this? 20 years ago. That you're planning to kill her. She says I'm going to kill her. Hell, though. Where did you ever get such an idea? Would you know very well where I got that idea? Just because I was angry at her a few times. It doesn't mean that I never paid a new car to wife's lawyer and asked certain questions about your wife's life insurance policy, didn't you? Yes. But and you asked him what would happen if your wife will murder, didn't you? Well, yes, I did. And you got a remark that the police would never prove you killed it, didn't you? Well, I didn't mean exactly. Well, how do you know all about that? Never mind how we know. Inspector Faraday, he's admitting that he plans to kill me, isn't he? I'd say so much. Look here. Thank Peterson here on to the desk. And welcome for plotting the murder of his wife. Will you let me explain? We didn't let me tell you what I did mean. You're gonna have plenty of chances to explain Peterson. I'll be into question in a few minutes. Listen, come on, Mac, take a nice boy. All right. But Hilda. You're going to be sorry you stop. Very sorry. Come on. Thank you. Let me see you very much. Don't thank me, misses Peterson. Thank you, your husband. What he said in here proves what you'd say is true. Matt died, I think your worries are over now. Maybe not already. You may not be able to make a case against Peterson hold up in court. Why not? What motive does Peterson have to kill his wife? That $100,000 insurance policy from Peterson's a rich man apparently. He wants to kill me so he can marry another woman. A young girl. But I still want to I want to live. As you know, the woman. I never seen her, but I know there is one. Well, I think we have to do two things more before misses Peterson is safe. Finally, the other woman and captain Peterson off has beneficiaries and insurance policy. Let's
"mister pearson" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Inspectors. You can arrest my husband for threatening to kill me. I can have him locked up, misses Peterson. Only this is a little out of my line. You see, this is the homicide department. But I'd rather prevent a murder than have to solve one immediate rather prevent one than have me solve a fact. Oh, you're such a genius. You even know what I mean, even though I don't say it. You send some of your men to find mister Peterson inspector Faraday. How long do you think it'll take? Well, then bring him in any minute, miss Wesley. Now he couldn't possibly know we're looking for him. As he knows his wife went to black Ian black he brought it to west. I doubt if he knows Faraday, he doesn't know Mary overheard his conversation with mister Peterson's lawyer. Inspector Ken, my husband really be sent to prison for threatening me. Of course. But we'll have to prove he's made plans and intends to carry them out. But if what you say is German, hey, John Peterson in 6 30. Thanks, Lawrence. Come on in, Peterson. What is this all about? Anyhow, what's the idea of builder? Peterson. That's on Lawrence. Wait outside. Bishop has been mister Pearson. What is this? What are you doing? Just that you're planning to kill him. She says I'm going to kill her. Where did you ever get such an idea? What did you know very well where I got that idea? Just because I was angry at you a few times. It doesn't mean that you can't do wife's lawyer and ask certain questions about your wife's life insurance policy, didn't you? Yes. But I did. And you asked him, what would happen if your wife will mudd it, didn't you? Yes, I did. And you got a remark that the police would never prove you killed it, didn't you? Well, I didn't mean exactly. Well, how do you know all about that? Never mind, there we go. Victor Faraday, he's admitting that he plans to kill me, isn't he? I'd say so. Wait a minute. Wait a minute, look here. Thank Peterson here out to the desk and welcome for plotting the murder of his wife. Will you let me explain? We didn't let me tell you what I did mean. You're gonna have plenty of chances to explain Peterson. I'll be into question in a few minutes. Yes. Come on, man. Take a nice boy. All right. But Hilda. You're going to be sorry you're stuck. Very sorry. Come on. Thank you. Thank you very much. Don't thank me, misses Peterson. Thank your husband. What he said in here proves what you say is true. Matt died, I think your worries are over now. Maybe not, Bernie. You may not be able to make a case against Peterson hold up in court. Why not? What motive does Peterson have to kill his wife? That $100,000 insurance policy from Peterson's a rich man family. He wants to kill me so he can marry another woman. A younger one. But I still want to I want to live. As you know, the woman I've never seen, but I know there is one. Well, I think we have to do two things more before misses Peterson is safe. Find the other woman and cut mister Peterson off as beneficiary and an insurance policy.
"mister pearson" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I mean what. I don't put a pass this fuck it. It'd be line up to have it in lock. Chris got it. Fuck you own. Ability to for yeah. It was first reported wednesday after prompted a hearing for accused capital rider. Shane jink is to be delayed. According to independent journalists marcy wheeler and the washington post reporter writes a weiner now why would they be lying. Why would they have made this lie. These these these journalists they wouldn't have fat check. Nothing right is not at this. Harry has said he said the lawyer from his office was barred. In these not barden dc again mister pearson hospital we believe cover nineteen on a ventilator non responsive wanted attorneys who was president reportedly told the judge the judge ultimately continued to hair until next week saying. Send our best wishes to mr pearson. His family right. So why would the people who was there and heard this shit. Be fucking line. He got that shit. Yeah so anyway. It wouldn't be the first time so my fucked around found out but who knows now is true. The pentagon officially announced all military personnel required to get the five vaccine because if the peru and once again was coming to count them to. But you but you. But if you ain't got j you going to get this fucking father yep Delta airlines to raise insurance premiums for employees who refused get covered nineteen vaccine. Go get him that. We're not. We're not going to be paying extra cost. You know this bean brought about. I'll know people understand. We talked about capitalism. That's one thing dagomba. Fda approved. Get your ass back to motherfucking work and what we not going do is covered cough nomo. And what's gonna happen. You still got to stay home of fourteen days but you better usual. Pto time or we're gonna give you the pto time you've got to pay us back. The company that the sympathy for companies is get ready to end. Because they won't they won't they money and they won't get get back to normal for. Us specifically brought up the raising. People's.
"mister pearson" Discussed on Transition Virginia
"And we're back on transition and virginia were talking about the mace. That's paraded down the center. I'll start of every house session so mark green all before we went to commercial. We learned that the mace was actually purchased from a former owner. So we're talking about a second hand item right Perhaps third hand. I think there were two prior but it is an authentic. English made sterling silver mace. And it even has a very definitive. Crown emblem on the business end so so that goes back to that kingly pomp who owned it previously. I am not aware of who the previous owners were and apparently they have no objection to are using the mason a very traditional way in the oldest of the english speaking colonies in north america. So sad it sold for just under five grand in the nineteen seventies so five thousand dollars in one thousand nine hundred seventy is thirty four thousand six hundred and ninety dollars in twenty twenty one so how about that wow so it was a good investment. It's appreciating markedly in. Its value about six hundred percent. That's right so it's not gonna fill a very big hole though in the next budget crisis. Don't forget the value added engraving. Yes yes because after all being a third hand mace with english usage prior to our acquiring it we wanted to do something to the. Mace would allow it to seem more specific virginia so once the mace was obtained There were a new words engraved upon it. And i can give you what it says A mace was presented by colonel francis. Nicholson his majesty's lieutenant and governor general of his majesty's colony and dominion of virginia to the house of purchases and seventeen hundred. So that's one space in at saying you know we've done this before we're not inventing something new here and then in another space it says. Governor nicholson was the last governor of jamestown and the first of middle plantation now lynchburg and presented by the jamestown foundation. Thirty one july nineteen seventy four in. That is actually an interesting date because thirty one. July hearkens back to the very first meeting of the virginia general assembly in sixteen nineteen which met in late july early august so you walked us through the foundation sort of going through the motions to track this thing down and revived this tradition. Why did they want to revive this tradition. Well we're coming up on the bicentennial and were remembering a connections from the mother country and the colonies. And i guess you could say with over one hundred and eighty years to think about it. All's well that ends well and maybe circle back and reassert. The pedigree of virginia having the oldest elected representative lawmaking body still meeting in mainland western hemisphere. Today and in truth were not the only american state in modern times to have a mace. So you know let's not be left out. What are the other ones. Maryland has amazed that they use in their state capitol building. Pennsylvania has to maces one for their house and one for their senate. Arkansas has a mace and then Sort of interesting bragging rights go to south carolina one of the original thirteen colonies because south carolina still has to this day. There eighteenth century mace that they had received before the american revolution. So who has the best base. And why is it virginia Well i'm partial to ours. Because i got to hold it once to find out how much it weighed in. There's kind of an interesting story there. Most people assumed in looking at the mason. You would think so now looking at the maze that it weighs more than it actually does It is not solid. It's a series of pieces that are fixed together with a wooden rod serving as a spinal column of sorts for the mace and it weighs between ten and eleven pounds just under eleven pounds. And i wanted to know this because everybody kept saying. It weighs twenty pounds and at one point for about years. One of the sergeant at arms was an elderly lady by the name of fran day tick and people were so impressed to see her taking the mace into the house of delegates was seeming effortless. Ease you know being An elderly grandmotherly looking figure. And she said. I don't think it weighs twenty pounds and i doubt it waste hand and she was right. So you're saying that when and mister pearson. The sergeant at arms asks everybody to get off the floor who doesn't have privileges and wields this big old hunk and weapon that they're empty words because it's not that useful. Well it's it's not that useful as a weapon. Let's clear and which is fortunate. Because none of our sergeant at arms my recollection of ever needed to use the mace as a weapon. That i can tell a quick story. One of our previous sergeant at arms was mr bud roderick and he served in that capacity for about nine years or so and one day we had a group of schoolchildren inside the capital which is a common sight and the guide had just finished talking about the mace. Being once upon a time. You know a weapon on medieval battlefields before it devolved into kinder gentler symbol of authority and power. And about that time here comes sergeant at arms roderick holding the mace and bringing it in the direction of the house chamber in one of the children. Innocently asked him sir. Have you ever had to hit anybody on the head with that. And mister roderick caused dramatically look down and said not yet did he. Hit the kid. No gosh i imagine there's plenty of people that Various sergeant at arms wishes they could it over the years you totally. There's a long list of that you so mark. Apparently the there's a really bizarre story that we don't really have a lot of information about about the mace. This particular that the current mace at one point being stolen and then recovered by scotland yard. Tell us.
"mister pearson" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans but determining the actual costs experts. Say could take months or years. Our thanks to sam bracken surf side florida tonight coming up for us. No one is suggesting mass executions. Just a trump worshiping cable network simply raising the possibility last thing before we go tonight is away and is what you watch cable. If you've come to the determination that fox and newsmax have gone soft and don't love trump as much as they should much of programming amounts to a kind of gaslight lounge without the lounge singer or overpriced cocktails. Come to think of it without the lounge at all. Mostly just oh a. n. is getting attention now because of a segment. They aired about the insurrection ono. Not the one on one. Six that attempted to overthrow the results of democratic election. But you may not of heard. The election was stolen from trump. You see with help. From the chinese and pakistanis of course who wanted to install joe biden an office. So you'll see those nice tourist folks on one six word actually trying to overturn and election. It was already overturned back on election. Day see what they did there. That was the premise of pearson sharp. Who then took it further. How many people were involved in these efforts to undermine the election hundreds thousands tens of thousands. How many people does it take to carry out a coup against the presidency. What are the consequences for traitors. Who meddled with our sacred democratic process and tried to steal power by taking away the voices of the american people. What happens to them. Well in the past america had a very good solution for dealing with such traders execution mister pearson sharp. There gave a statement to talking points memo late today saying he wasn't embracing executions but if election fraud is proven then that's treason punishable by death so to repeat no one especially not and is calling for executions to begin their merely suggesting that death is the remedy. Should treason be proven. We are happy to play a role however small in clearing that up this also means democratic insurrectionist can go ahead with those weekend plans. That is our broadcast for this thursday night with our. Thanks being here with us on behalf of all my colleagues at the networks have nbc news good night..
"mister pearson" Discussed on Invest With Clarity
"And commitment to transparency and communication to allow investors to fully understand what they own and why bringing them to clarity in their investments. And now your co host manpower and and mark pearson. Hello and welcome to another with clarity. Podcast with mark pearson. Now we are doing part two part of the predictions. The i went french there. Did you notice that you probably know that we mizzou trilingual or whatever that means so anyway so We're going to dive into the next set of predictions now. I don't know if you guys remember this but we done predictions every single gier in. This is the first time. If i'm not mistaken mister pearson. That we're actually doing twenty because we only we attend last time. And you're like. I'm just going to up the ante here a little bit and get another ten the roaring twenty twenty s and so if roaring twenty twenties right or the as the shorter the twenties. Why not do twenty predictions instead all right. Well we're on number eleven. bring it on. Brother are two number eleven. hopefully we should probably tell people. If they haven't listened to the i ten. They should go. Listen i ten right well. I think we'll probably do from our side is we'll make sure that's in the show notes Said that people can go back and listen to the first one so yeah. We're going to get what we pay you. The big bucks. No i know that's why you're easing Number eleven investors will continue to sell perfectly good companies as a matter of fact. Exactly what's going on today. At the first signs of volatility due to lack of knowledge in conviction in their portfolio holdings another tragedy of short-term thinkers. It's an important one emotions drive bad decisions. Yeah we're holy moses. Are we seeing it. When we're recording this The beginning of march here. Everybody where we're really seeing some really ridiculous behavior Jar in the streets. What's going on. Well i you know as i people like to think that it's A super philosophical deep kind of answer. It's really not it's If everything can't go straight up. Sorry to be so i know. That's so rhetorical. So you're absolutely correct. And i think that that is a prediction that will last for years to come. That people are gonna make ridiculous. Ridiculous moves right. What's number twelve. Investors will continue to limit their potential to be successful by failing to leverage the power of flexibility of strategic cost. Averaging member strategically continuing invested in the business over time friend of mine sent me a text. The other day he was reading about strategic cost averaging he said should win the nobel prize in economics for strategic cost. Averaging and i said that may be the worst thing i've ever heard in my life because smart people get the nobel prize strategic average is just common sense. I mean it's just saying okay. I love this company. Bought it for ten. it's now eight. I still love the company. It's still a great company and by more than eight. I don't think that's nobel prize winning theory but it is important for investors to understand that volatility does create the opportunity to buy more of a great business on sale right and it lowers your cost basis in some situations. That's good and it just gives you an opportunity to really once again. Stick to your knitting and pay attention to only great businesses right and you do it in your 401k..
"mister pearson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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