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"mr peavy" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
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"mr peavy" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"Telephone. Can't you coming? Light. WHICH STACK Stairs. Careful. Careful. I touched Leroy. Leroy, what are you doing up? Turn on a light somebody. Just don't stand around. Turn it off. It's blinding. No printed on. To break my neck. All Right You're telling me. Deborah could be calling into. The wrong number. They could just take that you. Can just take it right out of here? Phone. Call you up in the middle of the night and wrong number. Eight. One two six. Yes. Shop, so I can find out five me. WHO's calling? Calling Lever You can. You. Know. What was that name again? I didn't get it. Back. Mrs Peavy! Yes Mrs. A little interference here, will you repeat that last Mr Peavy I'm afraid I didn't get. Rich. You mean. MR PB why no? He's not Mississippi I left him at the jolly. Boys Club must have been three hours ago or he left us. Hold be hadn't come home. He hasn't come Home Birdie I. WELL MRS PB. Richard. Levin live. Have you call me? I didn't know what to do. RAKIA dollar. Levin I don't know what. Mrs You know what I think. I think he's missing. Wrong. Don't you worry Mississippi. Just leave everything to me. I'll call the police. This is a job for the missing persons bureau. Squad homicides could no I. Don't I mean the missing persons, but anyway Allah please. Don't you worry MRS TV and don't get excited. You just go back to your little bit and keep calm. We will find your husband. We have to drag the reservoir..
"mr peavy" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We'll have this woman to beat. I waited why to live together. Dr Just one moment, please. WHO's that soldier? I happen to be this lady's husband. Oregon. Leila Child I never felt bit in the live. Less. Say This seems to be. Late my I. He's just in time. Well, that was a pretty narrow squeak from me. Wasn't it folks? Good Old Bora guide. This is our last broadcast this season, but we return again in just eight weeks before saying goodbye, we WANNA. Thank you for all the Sunday evenings. You've given us in the Nice letters you've written us. We want to thank our sponsors of kraft cheese company for their sympathetic understanding and cooperation, and we want to give the credit to all the members of the Gildersleeve family whom you've come over the. The past year, Shirley, Mitchell who plays Leila Lorraine tuttle as Marjory Lillian Randolph who plays Birdie Walter Tetley who plays Leroy Earl Ross? Who Played Judge Hooker Ben? Alexander, as Bashful Ben and Richard Legrand R Mr Peavy. Thanks to Claude Sweeten for his excellent music and three low bows to our writers, John Weeden and Sam more into our chief. The producers seasonal underwent everybody have a pleasant summer he. Governors Kathy's company we hope you'll be listening. Returns again. The end of August at the same time over the same. So gildersleeve escaped the Clutches Of Holy Matrimony..
"mr peavy" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"Well, let's get back to the great deals. Leave last night at the golly. Boys meeting the great man to do anything to help keep gates keep his job and Floyd Munson holding him to his word. Right now, the water commissioner is on his way to the drug store with a little surprise for Mr Peavy. I wonder if there's going a little too far. Good if the chief doesn't make an arrest soon, the male fire him. Again blame a guy for going to bat for a friend. TV will be glad to have. Oh Yes to do that. Really Jones break into star. TV. Can I give you this money. Maybe I got news flight. Last night after you left Floyd, thought of a surefire plan to save the Chiefs Job Yanko. Very confidential! I think. that. Now it stands to reason the mayor won't fire chief. Gates makes a spectacular arrest, doesn't it? Man It's. He doesn't know it yet, but he's GonNa Catch Old Rowley Jones breaking into a stellar. Day Think, it was Roy. You'll be. A warm place to sleep this winter and the chief can keep his job. Shrewd plan. Very amusing. WHO's? Breaking into yours. All you have to do is leave you rally window online. Lille everything else. Really agree that something has to be done for the cheap, don't we? Can't do it template. Really won't steal anything. You know that with Floyd me there. You've got nothing to worry about..
"mr peavy" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"Pd Oh making I. What can I do for you today? Well what Kinda can do you have Mr Pv. I Have John Breakers in two zero. No not that kind of Kennedy Leroy. Shopping date can day candy. I don't have any of that. This is for a date with a girl that time. Yup Leroy stepping out tonight. Pd say important occasion Kinda bon-bons would you like clear on you will kind? That covers a lot of bon-bons are fixed up nice spots. You Better Leroy you shaking me. I feel fine. Look who's here chief. Gay Commissioner Mr Leaving Hockey. How do you do your I Mr Forester he stopped in at Floyd's a moment ago. He says you're a big man now. Well I'm a lot I watch person gets. Leroy has a date tonight. Chief going you a big. We taking lady friend. Nice box of chocolates to floyd. Go me about the young lady. She sounds a very nice yeah. He's real nice Well I just stopped into Leroy that the police department is at your service. We like to take care of the older citizens of Summerfield. Thanks chiefly if I need your help call. You can't really Ri- How much is Mr Peavy. I I don't have any money with me. Let me by a can thank you achieve. Just put it on my bill now. We Candy John. House in honor of Lear is growing up. Thank you Leroy pretty big. He is my boy. Getting kind of nervous.
"mr peavy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Going to play the wild card is not gonna come out of that division because it's so tough to me. The wildcard is gonna come out of the division that plays the American League central. Why? We'll look at the teams that are in that division. Right. I mean, you there's four of a minute, right? Cleveland's not even as good as they were going to expect to win anywhere from ten to fifteen games against each team in that division. If you're a National League team in those twenty interleague games. So I think it's kind of an unfair divided schedule this year. But that's the way it is interesting thought right there. Rick Sutcliffe, our great friend joining us again who we should reiterate this to that site is going to be with us. I believe it's going to be Friday each every Friday. It's something that the fans. That we look forward to. And I know that you've looked forward to and it's great to announce it you're going to be back again with know. And I appreciate that a lot. But but I'll tell you you guys know what it is. I mean, it's it's because I enjoy you guys. And why do I I signed a new deal with the SPN overall to it has nothing to do with anything other than than that's my team? Some of the guys that I work with with ESPN. And you guys know Tommy we got on a plane last year. We've we've all done things Marco you're talking about the family before the interview today. Some of my best friends are the people that I now work with David Ross. And and Buksh ambi- Chris Berman I mean, right on down the line, you go to fill Orleans one of our bosses back at ESPN. I it's some of my best friends to be around. And it doesn't seem like work. If it was work. I promise you on the last guy in the world that would be doing it, man. That's awesome. And it's great to have you back. I wanna ask you more about. Pitching. Because waddling I've talked about this a lot in the last week with with moral being down and with stroke now having a little bit of a gimpy hamstring were wondering about the closer. And we've always thought why don't I have always thought that this job? The Carl Edwards is eventually get a Gat. But in his stuff is always been great. I've always wondered about upstairs, and and does he over think things what do you see with Carl Edwards junior? And he's ready to take that next step and Kinney close. I think he is. Okay. And I'll tell you why. If you watch us delivery now, he has completely revamped it he he does the tap with his leg like kenley Jansen. And he's a kenley Jansen type guy natural fastball has a little cut on his command has been outstanding this spring. We've already seen the three state. We've seen the bullpen. We've seen the hitter. And we've seen him out there in front of the crowd. He's just seems like a different guy. And I agree. I do think for maybe four or five years at some. Point. He's going to be the closer. If Pedro Strope is healthy my opinion. That's all it is. I have nothing to do with any of those decision. I think Pedro stroke deserves to have the baseball when moral comes back. You don't lose your job because of an injury. I feel like when he comes back. It's going to be his job. And the one thing you guys know and a lot of the Cup fans out there the bullpen for the Chicago Cubs. Last year was the best international league overall ERA allow those statistics. There was no one in the National League better than that. I never worried about a bullpen with a team that Joe man's managing you go back to some of those teams that he had with the Devil Rays, and when they got rid of the devil. They became the raise the always had a great bullpen, and it was a revolving door of of of of of closers and setup guy, but Joe was always able to put that together because of being able to shift in the match ups that he had in the data that he had and we we laugh about Joe, we'll see a former Tampa Bay player out there, and I'll go Joe devil Ray array. That's great. You made a prediction over we were watching batting practice earlier about a guy that we've always been fond of and and maybe kind of lost his way little bit over the last couple of years in Kyle Korver. Yeah. Yeah. You might have seen on ESPN dot com. You know, they I don't know a month ago a couple of weeks ago, they ask for your picks on who's going to win the division who's a wildcard who's the MVP my MVP this year's couch Schwarzer, and there's a lot of people out there going what I mean, he's not even the best player on his team. Or maybe maybe he hasn't been but real quick go back and look what he did in the twenty sixteen World Series. Look at some of the guys that he did it also. And I love what our new hitting coach Anthony. I love what he and the bench. Coach Mark Loretta was a guy that really talked about it. And the thing they've emphasized the Kyle is you're not a home run hitter. Okay. You're good hitter that hits home runs. And if you look at his stats you remember all the strike outs. The last couple of years since all those home runs and he hit. Well, I think he's walked ten maybe fifteen times you might be leading all of baseball in that category. He's just not overmatched in any at bat. He's driving the ball to the opposite field. He's got kind of a to strike mentality that Anthony Rizzo was add we know rose is one of the toughest guys in baseball to strike out last year. So I think Cal shorter is finally figured out who he's supposed to be. And if he continues to do that, I I think you're looking at two ninety I think he's gonna run into thirty to forty home runs. And there's no doubt in my mind. He's gonna drive in over one hundred. So I have him in that conversation. Yeah. There's a lot of people. There's a lot of guys are gonna put up numbers. But I've seen a different guy this spring. Rick Sutcliffe for another. Minute Waddell, and sell the an ESPN one thousand a you've always been good about telling us who who are some under the radar guy or guys that you like you worked with Arrietta when he was here very early on. You've told us about Dylan's cease back when he was here doubt SOX fans are excited. Who's the guy that you see that could be coming up that that you really like this spring. You guys might have seen yesterday. I know we follow each other on on Twitter and all of that the young kids yesterday that closed the game out the ruin wick, Dwayne Underwood is all of a sudden back in the conversation. Ninety eight miles an hour, James Norwood. I think he's big league ready right now. I I don't know that he's gonna make our team. He's going to go down. And I don't know maybe a starter a closer. I don't know what they decided on that Nico Horner. Yeah. I mean, it was so much fun. So four days ago. Nico horner. I bring him down by Joe, and I go Nico don't tell me tell Joe echoes shy. He's he's a brilliant kid Jogos. What? And I go Nico wants to know why is not in the lineup. Well, Nico never set. It shows like looked at him like that the next day Nicos in the lineup, right? But he's hitting in mile spot. He's at night. Back again at bringing down because what are you gonna do? I go trust me. I go. Hey, Joe Nicholasville when the hills he hit night Jogos. I don't make the line of having first second or third or whatever like that. So we've had a lot of fun with that. So yesterday, I go to Joe, and I go Joe Nico wants to know why you're sending him down and Marty Peavy was right through the triple eight manager Jogos Mr. Peavy really wants him on his team. So we've had a blast. I mean Nicos been great. But let me give you my last thing. Here has the number one key to Chicago Cubs in two thousand nineteen is Wilson controllers. Okay. He has got to continue to improve. We know that you know, he was a position player. He's been turned into a catcher seen a lot of improvement in his preparation and more importantly, we need him back hit and clean up. Again. We don't need that ground ball to shore. We need that guy. Driving the ball to the opposite field. I've seen a lot of things in spring training the indicate that could possibly happen. I think that's the number. One key is going to be contrast this year to us went into division. All right side. We appreciate jail every Friday again, talk and cubs with us. Talking MLB will be able to see you on ESPN. And it's just a joy to have you on our show. Thanks so much. My favorite thing about the show too. Is when I say us, you guys don't find me a hundred dollars like boots on TV. I say we're like twelve hundred dollars down from a year ago. I can say whatever I want you guys. Thank you. Should be backside. Easy. Absolute best. Rick Sutcliffe with us. Every friday. We have a board developments in the tyreek hill story that continues to develop as predicted wants something I is reported usually then you get a lot more details in a in a short amount of time. And that's exactly what's happening. Hey, did you know that winter and here at the beginning of spring?.
"mr peavy" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"With single family homes every everywhere and eating up the orange groves and everything else rather than a more concentrated building. Then that that is existed here. Look at Orange County is a perfect example an-and Los Angeles County, but but elsewhere in northern California to then we had some other major environmental events that have shaped people's attitudes in nineteen sixty nine we had what was at that time, the world's biggest oil spill was a Santa Barbara. And it was a union oil facility that blew up blew off Santa Barbara and the oil spread from Santa Barbara all the way to Mexico, and there were thousands of birds killed and and all and it was it was an environmental disaster. Everyone would admit and that kind of raise the consciousness of people after the small smog is it already raise consciousness awareness of the environment here in southern California and northern California. But basically here and then. We had the oil spill that was also southern California. Then we had a lot of development people at one time proposed building power plants nuclear plants, all kinds of power plants and everything all up and down the California coastline. And that led to the citizens initiative in nineteen seventy-two to stop that which it did. And all those things culminated in and growing environmental awareness. I think that you're seeing the same thing happened elsewhere in the country in varying degrees, and as I said earlier quickly in New York, you are listening to champions of Justice with Tom Girardi joined by Amy Solomon, our guest is Michael he is the co author along with Diane Wittenberg of California goes green roadmap to climate leadership. Tom. Okay. So here, you weren't Edison. Kind of having a couple of cents in there to change the way things are going where did you go after you left, Edison? Well, after I left Edison. Actually, I went in and created my own company called do Energy Ventures. And we we became a competitor of Edison and sold electricity here in California, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois and elsewhere. And I did that for five years. And then we sold the company, and I was. Unemployed for nine months or so enjoying enjoying myself. When when we had an energy crisis in California and Governor Gray Davis asked me by would come to Sacramento and help deal with the energy crisis. And that led to him asking me if I would go on the public utilities commission, which I did and served up until I retired in twenty four king. So you were were you head of the public utilities? Yes. I was I was the president for twelve years. Was the public utilities commission mad at you. The fact that you'd be the type of guy that wanted to clean everything up. And now, you're running the public utilities commission. Well, I I'm not sure mad. Let's say there was there was concern. That's fair. And so what what happened there? What did you do there? And what affected have on this great state of ours? Well, we it became obvious to I think to myself into some of the staff and other commissioners at the public utilities commission is a body of five people appointed by the governor for six year terms and over overlapping, terms and. It became clear after the we had the energy crisis, which probably drew drove Gray Davis out of office. He was recalled as you recall. So what was let me interrupt you here. What was the energy crisis? The energy crisis was that we went down this road to deregulation. But it was ill thought out and companies some don't exist anymore, but the ring in your memory like Enron exploited, California and drove up the price of electricity that they were selling to utility significantly by various schemes and the regulators at the public utilities commission, in particular didn't know how to deal with this. And the state government kind of froze and the price of all this energy to utilities went up. But the rates didn't go up. And so the. Were facing, bankruptcy and one. In fact, Pacific Gas and electric northern California did go bankrupt. And that was the energy crisis. When rates went up, so ultimately radically almost almost double and for individuals for homeowners. And that is what caused part of the outcry that led to Schwarzenegger being becoming governor in a recall election. Okay. So here you are you've gone through all the stuff Mr. Peavy starting off with we gotta do something with this environment, taking California to one of the cleanest places in the United States. Not that we're going to give it a a plus. But we're going to certainly say that it really has some concerns early and then following that to have left Edison to the public utilities commission. So at night you have to say to yourself. Hey, I did good. Don't you say that? Well, that would be a little smug. I think on my part, let me let's just say I made a contribution. I did my best. I do want to point out that. It takes a lot of leadership. It takes a lot of leadership at the political level. We were fortunate in having Jerry Brown now has governor. I think he's done incredible job and right before him Arnold Schwarzenegger who in the environmental area. I think did a very good job. He he got a brought us first big concern. Sign into law legislation by southern California legislator, Fran Pavley to create the global solutions act. He also was a huge pusher for solar energy Tom of about a month after he was elected in a recall campaign. He invited me and one of my colleagues up to Sacramento, and he told told me how much when he had come to California. We were laughing about this. He came to California. And he's age eighteen as a bodybuilder went on to become world champion. Renown any setting. It's a beautiful place. But I couldn't even Venice. He said, I moved to Venice. And I couldn't stand the air quality was quite a difference from Austria where he had spent its first eighteen years. So I want to do something about air quality, and I wanna do something for solar energy. And I want to have a program that I'm calling a million solar roofs, and I want you at the PC to see what you can do to make this reality. And we did how you know. What though this has been very interesting to me, it appears that this isn't really a political fight. Between the Democrats and Republicans and so forth. Because here you have these people joining together, they're joined at the hip thinking of the same stuff. Well, I would agree. I think one of the ingredients that I'd like to see exported to other states is more bipartisan approach we had swertz negative and then Brown, Republican and democrat. But as I said about one of the ballot initiatives, you had Schultz inspire again, a Republican and democrat people go back all the way back. This goes back to George Duke was nobody's going to remember hardly George, but his head of the Air Resources Board. Jan sharp was the first person for both zero emission vehicles. And that was a Republican this last just a few months ago. The state legislature approved the continuation of something called cap and trade programs. We're not getting into the details of it. It's a way of funding environmental improvements, and the governor Brown was able to secure the votes of quite a few Republicans in the California state assembly. The lower house to make sure they got to two thirds vote. For that. So we have more of a bipartisan approach on environmental issues, then exists most elsewhere in the United States. I'd like to see that kind of bipartisanship expanded Amy. Can you talk more specifically about what approaches you feel should be taken to spread this advancement across the nation. Well, I think we you have to put more resources into university and college system now, we're blessed in California, we have a university of California in all its system from UCLA to Berkeley to San Diego Irvine and so forth, and we have a USC we have a wonderful private universities in California. We have California's technology, we have San Jose State that turns out a thousand engineers a year that go to work in Silicon Valley, and in high tech companies with wonderful education system, resources more resources into education, higher education in particular. Is needed. We're also blessed with the national labs, we have here in Berkeley and Jet Propulsion lab in Pasadena and all this. These are things that we have. We also have a committed career civil servants that work at the company Resources Board, the public utilities commission. Elsewhere who are not given. Not negatively affected by the whims of the legislature at any particular moment because there's ebbs and flows and all this, but the funding of the agencies that this is kind of technical, but the funding agencies that they run is secured with a steady income stream on people's utility bills. So it doesn't. Require and we depend on the vagaries of the legislature to get annoyed with you times. Those are kind of nitty gritty nuts and bolts things that you have to have. I think to make a successful effort a bigger effort other states like we have done here. You're listening to champions of Justice which Girardi joined today by Amy Solomon, our guest is Michael TV along with Diane Wittenberg. He was co author of a book, we're talking about California goes green a roadmap to climate leadership in the forward to the book, we read this who hasn't become convinced that our climate has been changing.
"mr peavy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Is she has but i'm not a grandfather you understand that birdie yes i want everybody in town understand mr peavy the judge all of them i'm not a grandfather yes causing you don't wanna be one that's up to you but i'll little babies needs the grandfather do my got no father to be the grandfather well no she hasn't and that baby's gonna need a grandfather needs grandfather's kitchen and bathroom on the knee well i do have a way with babies you ought to pass up one alive big reward rewards children and grandchildren around him that tonight's big reward ooh you'll get knowledge this when you're so young young yes but birdie nobody thinks of a grandfather is being young what do you think nice you ain't got lead like ms dietrich but you don't need them she don't look it she's a lovely well some i it's going to be a good life yes hello saddam no no i'm not going to have a baby grandfather but that's my boy the great gildersleeve we'll be right back.
"mr peavy" Discussed on WLOB
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