6 Burst results for "Pete Mara"

"pete mara" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"pete mara" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"How'd you make like rid of this box. Now i'll take that hug what happened. Well pete mara told me. Oscar hammerstein says he positively can't do his next show without me and so that put beaten spot why. Well max gordon's got a script. And he told pete. If i don't do it you'll never hire another actor from him and bring you sorry. I didn't keep watching. The water all rolled out in the spaghetti's ruin so what that was our last can. Look you're going down to the grill and eat steak at the desk. No more signing on panam cash. Not cheating with me no honey. Where are you going. well you see oscar. Hammerstein is crazy to have me in the show. He's doing but the angels don't know me so. Oscar asked me if i do him a favor and or addition. Oh wow you never saw a guy. So sorry in your life asking me audition but i told him i don't mind i knew spot bodies in. Can i go. No not tonight honey. Now hit me with a good luck kissing rundown and have your dinner now. Go ahead daddy. I always thought they did a show. They hire the actress before they bought the costumes do. Then how come mr hammerstein costume already on that box. It says santa claus costume size. Forty two although you see after the audition. I'm going to play a benefit daddy. Okay i never could con- you you want to know. What a big star. You're oh man. I'm playing santa claus. Kids party uptown playing santa claus. Yeah oh that's wonderful daddy. That's great santa. Claus is the biggest don town right now. Who's bigger role crosby the lone ranger there. Nothing at christmas time. Santa claus and his reindeer headliners. Maybe right i am. It's perfect casting. They finally got a star playing a stars. Part don't you understand ernestine. Thanks.

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"pete mara" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"pete mara" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Well who's doing the shooting this time what did make or was it someone trying to kill Nick did Pete Morrow kill okay Lewis or was it someone else they can just made Pete Marles small time gangster admit that he had stolen the missing spider webs when two shots were fired in rapid succession it's a few minutes later only the second one was aimed at me Batty the first one went right through Pete's part I drop behind the desk on the other one one of my head not yet try to get him but he got away why would anyone want to kill Pete I'm talking too much government beta just admitted he still away and about to tell me something else when he was shot I imagine the killer himself with listening and when Pete started confessing shot him to keep quiet yeah okay my car now I would take them back to the spider place rather should be there by now and when you agreed to deliver those cases didn't get badly I did but here's what I called you crazy I want you to look at about five get together all the information you can find on K. Lewis in a business call me at the spider place as soon as you get it that's something very peculiar going on around here someplace you never know when you're always around when somebody gets killed or you know not the same as you I wouldn't say I know nothing about it right I certainly don't have the solution all ready to hand over to have you made any of your usual startling discoveries yet your worries Craig's Carter I'm doing alright fine fine and what have you found we got the bullet that killed this woman it came from a party that's what it's going to identify the killer parts I doubt that Rowling right you don't you because I'm pretty sure the bullet was fired from my gun you mean you I mean nothing in the car after I was knocked out someone stole my gun shop miss Lewis left the gun on the floor because I gotta get your only real cool we had the clues rally although I doubt that you would get much out of them for example I know that Pete Mara small time gangster in black market operator stole the spider webs are missing what a good right right not going to be able to give us some dope on this is not going to tell anybody anything anymore someone put a slug through his head when I was talking to one another yeah we when you when you sell this one right away if you do sell it you know the answer to both I believe the same person killed both K. Lewis and Pete Morrow did you learn anything from it was June only that he stole the weapons and that someone else was back where the web's no outside my car he should make the camera be back to get him there was a lot of the majority of money a man out there Hey what Jim would you Taylor was as assistant damn bro or you know you were zero quite a goal but he said he was feeling pretty sick who is taught the ways you what I'm going to go short younger than a computer how long has he been gone a few minutes the Michigan gosh longer than I thought he's been gone about three quarters of an hour your honor went back here before this very.

"pete mara" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"pete mara" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The name, which makes no sense because you're not going to hear jazz. Anyone it's like. Of of a survey that wants to hear jazz but through the mid nineteen seventies. New Orleans did have the jazz and one of the greatest basketball players that ever played in the NBA Pistol Pete Mara, which was a superstar in Orleans with the jazz. But they went away they went to Salt Lake City in one thousand nine hundred eighty and when they came back in two thousand twelve it has not been the place to be it just hasn't so outside even though the silly name which out about Bernie just that city when you think of NBA cities, I mean, maybe you get to the woman's like thirtieth terrible horrible horrible really was a bad night. But the NBA no matter how you look at it. The only hope you have now is that maybe this Spurs a whole bunch of trade between New Orleans, and the Celtics and the Lakers and the Knicks, and it turns into one big free for all all summer long. And you get superstars coming to New York City. Even though they end up. Third in the draft lottery. Yeah. Hey, look, the plot thickens and all is not lost that much. I will say I'm glad that inflamed myself in front of this tractor trailer. All is not lost. You will never do that. Unless one thing happens. Here's the only way tell me what tell you what it ain't gonna be sport. You will kill yourself and throw yourself in front of a moving train. If Donald Trump loses in two thousand twenty see that's not true. Not you know, that's what the other side does they lose? They don't kill themselves. It is young. Yeah. That's they do they will give you say become suicidal. If Pete Buddha. Judge was the president on it states. You're done when Obama was elected president like that's fine. Let's go through the he was likable. We like them, and you weren't coming off of this Donald Trump high. I I've said nice things about the Senate low behold to your point that I would commit to that. I've said nice thing. So I will not commit suicide if Peterson democrat of Trump plaza when Obama was you'll be.

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"pete mara" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"pete mara" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Find any comparable superstar whose team never experienced the kind of success that New Orleans similarly has an experienced with Davis. So we're doing a podcast as everybody who's listening knows. But I'll just I'm going to do a little color here. A little seen Mike during that both rolled his eyes furrowed his brow. Now is like and that was like massaging his temple. It's going. Great over here. He's going to be fine. Guys. Some of the people that are on this list that cram found to make misery and company. Right. People are miserable than I company Pete Mara vici with the jazz Bernard king tiny Archibald and then Anthony Davis. Yeah. Yeah. And like Pete mayor vich with the jazz they were an expansion team. Tiny Archibald with the kings. They moved from Cincinnati to Omaha to Kansas City. Just in the time. He was there. So I guess the fact that New Orleans has stayed in New Orleans is a positive compared to those peers, but that probably isn't like that's a pretty low benchmark for getting maybe the best draft prospect since LeBron is just staying in the same city just to throw my hat into the misery ring. Alan Iverson is also on this list. Although I feel like that's kinda strange because I enjoyed watching him. They overachieved with that team that lost to the Lakers. I was fine with the Allen Iverson era. I don't think that you feel fine with the Anthony Davis era, though, I mean, like the Allen Iverson era that team was kind of built specifically to respond to him in a in a stranger. I mean like you had planned center like. Can be Matombo was traded for him. They they initially. Live right. They traded for Matombo. Also had Chris I mean. Like, it was just basically you had all the people that were there took just collect the ball. Recycle. It. Is that like they didn't have like a system that felt like it was clicking until like the second half of last last year when you went down and all of a sudden like nowhere felt like oh, they finally us. This is the thing that works like so in addition to and this is for both of your both on the podcast. But in addition to us saying like, okay, they never quite put a team around him. And it didn't quite make sense. Do we feel like like I love Anthony Davis and he fucking loads the box score every time. He plays right. Like, his stat lines are always on the charts. But do we feel like he was like what's his culpability on in terms of like him making his teammates better and him making that team better? I don't know. I feel like that question is always like super loaded. Sure, there should be in effect some sort of -bility for for a superstar that fails to you know, like bring his team up with him or whatever. But like that's extremely romantic way to think about it. Sure. This game. Here and there for for like regular, wear and tear shit. Right. I mean, I I don't know. I don't I don't know. What more I could ask for somebody? That was if you weren't looking was gonna put up a fifty point triple double. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's fair. Like how much more could you possibly ask him to do? And like why is it his fault? That has the doesn't translate to wins and losses Kramer, you on it. Well, I think if you just look at his pure like on or off court for like the last five seasons. The pelicans have been ten points per one hundred perceptions worse when Davis off the court. They've been just when he's on the court one of the best teams in the NBA, but they just completely crater every single season when he's off this season. Obviously being no exception. I think you're Alan Iverson point is a shrewd one because while I also didn't experience that much regular season success. He was also making plans, and he had that one like legendary step over moment. And that one playoff run that Sixers fans will remember where two decades pass at this point Anthony Davis the peak of his pelicans career if he ends up being traded is a first round win. And sure it's kind of not fair that he ran into the warriors both times he made the playoffs. He's second all time in points. The game in the playoffs..

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"pete mara" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

12:26 min | 3 years ago

"pete mara" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Handle small dense without getting a lawyer involved. There would be less of that reportedly also some changes to how court officials were paid in particular paying them salaries rather than having them paid out of the fees. This petition also called for all of the religious denominations to have the rights to conduct legal marriages for a long time. Only Anglican clergy had been able to legally perform marriages and North Carolina. And once Presbyterians were also allowed to do it part of their fees were still going to the Anglican church. The an. County regulators also called for Benjamin Franklin or some other patriot to act as the colonies Representative in London regulators from orange and ruin counties submitted a very similar petition asking for a lot of the same reforms along with calling for the assembly's. Yay. And Navo oats to be recorded. In response, the assembly introduced, a number of bills meant to do several of these very things, although the lower house did also pass a resolution that anyone who didn't pay taxes was an enemy of the country. But on November six seventeen sixty nine governor Tryon got back to the assembly after having been ill. He saw these bills that had been introduced he dissolved the assembly again and called for another new election. Once again, though, several pro regulator people were either elected or re-elected this included Herman husband and John prior. But back in the Piedmont, many of the regulators were incredibly frustrated by this point they had been trying. To get issues with tech -sation and corruption resolved for roughly four years. They have no confidence that the assembly was actually going to get new laws passed and like everything that they had tried to accomplish. So far had been thwarted so on Saturday September twentieth. Seventeen seventy a group of regulators took a petition to the superior court in Hillsborough. They felt that the juries were prejudiced. They wanted the corrupt officers fairly tried and they wanted all these ongoing tax issues to be cleared up and fairly settled they were told to come back on Monday. And when they did it was with a hundred and fifty regulators armed with switches and sticks. They took over the courtroom and disrupted the court proceedings. And then they surrounded the courthouse. Whipping a lawyer in the assistant district attorney when they tried to enter the building then they whipped Edmund fanning until he finally convinced them to let him go home. If he promised to come back in the morning. He did return in the morning and the regulators ran him out of town. And then tore down his house. But the judge did not return to the courthouse. Having fled in the middle of the night. So the regulators broke into the courtroom and started trying cases on the docket themselves. In the words of John Spencer Bassett who wrote a history of all of this in eighteen ninety-five, quote, whatever we may think of the justness of the cause of the regulators. We must readily agree that their conduct on this occasion was illegal after these incidents in Hillsborough. Governor Tryon became understandably. Alarmed he asked whether the regulators actions constituted, treason, it was told that no that had not even. So he started considering whether he could raise a militia to fight them than on November twelve judge Richard Henderson's barn was burned down. Presumably by regulators. Governor Tryon convened the assembly to determine a course of action the assembly expelled Herman husband from his seat in the assembly, and he was then put in jail, even though he claimed he had no involvement with the regular. At this point and disavowed all their actions regulators on the Pete Mara started planning a March to new Bern soon. Johnston's riot act was introduced to the assembly and it passed on January fifteenth seventeen seventy one it was an act for preventing tumultuous and riotous assemblies and for the more speedy ineffectually punishing the rioters and for restoring and preserving the public peace of this province it made rioting felony punishable by death and it authorized the governor to raise a militia to deal with it at the same time the assembly also passed several other bills relating to things like sheriffs appointments and attorney fees and faster collections of small debts. And salaries for the chief Justice, they also divided several of the county's into smaller more manageable ones, all of these reforms related to the things that the regulators had been advocating for for so long, but rather than waiting to see whether they resolve the situation. Governor Tryon took advantage of the Johnsons riot act and raised a militia the regulators were outraged at this the existence of the Johnston riot act hit inflamed tensions even further and the idea that the governor was actually raising a militia to come after them raised numerous questions about civil liberties, and whether the governor was just going to resort to violence anytime. Someone disagreed with him this militia left Newburn in April of seventeen seventy one and arrived in Hillsborough on may ninth to find that it was vastly outnumbered by the regulators. The militia was also short on amunition after a powder raid that had been undertaken by nine young men dressed as native Americans. They were later nicknamed. The black boys of Cabrera's reinforcements arrived on may eleventh, which gave the militia a force of about one thousand men. They were still outnumbered by the regulators two to one, but the militia were much better trained and also better armed on. May sixteenth. The regulators were told to disarm themselves near elements creek. But before the deadline given to do. So the governor's militia opened fire. This came to be known as the battle of elements and it lasted a couple of hours before the regulators ran out of munition nine were killed on each side. Although many more regulators were wounded than militiamen this effectively ended the regulator movement, although Tryon's militia continued moving through the Piedmont rounding people up for some time afterward one regulator named James few was executed on the spot at the battle of alamance to set. An example, twelve more people were arrested and put on trial the six who were convicted were executed for treason on June nineteenth seventeen seventy one. Here's the sentencing of one of them. A man named Benjamin Merrill quote. I must now close by afflicting duty by pronouncing upon you, the awful sentence of law, which is that you Benjamin Merrill, be carried to the place. Winston came that you'd be drawn from thanks to the place of execution where you are to be hanged by the neck that you be cut down while yet alive that your bowels be taken out and burnt before your face that your head because off that your body be divided into four quarters and this to be at his majesty's disposal and the Lord have mercy on your soul after all. This nearly sixty five hundred settlers in the Piedmont were made to swear allegiance to the government. This was about three quarters of the white men in the more remote parts of the colony and afterward. Many former regulators left North Carolina many of them settling near the Whitall river in what would become east Tennessee trion got back to new Bern in June of seventeen seventy one. But then he left the colony not long after that to become governor of New York fanning went with him to be his personal secretary both trion and fanning were on the loyalist side in the revolutionary war. Tryon died in London and seven. Eighteen eighty eight and fanning died in eighteen eighteen hermit husband fled to Pennsylvania, where he was part of the whisky rebellion for which he was convicted and condemned to death, but then later freed he died in seventeen ninety five as for Tryon's palace pissed successor. As I am Martin. Furnished it really extravagantly, but then he fled the capital in may of seventeen seventy six out of fear of the revolutionary war. The state government control of the building in seventeen seventy seven although it was again abandoned as the war went on the building was also damaged when large amounts of lead that had been used in its construction were torn out of it and made into musket balls. The state capital was moved to rally in seventeen ninety two at which point triumph palace had been damaged by vandals squatters, it burned down on February twenty seven th seventeen ninety eight it was restored and rebuilt in the nineteen fifties and has now just known as Tryon palace with. S some historians argue that the regulator movement was a precursor to the revolutionary war, especially given how much of the dispute was between ordinary farmers and the Royal governor and how many of the same or similar grievances were shared between the regulators and the patriots. In addition detect sation representation and other issues that we discussed triumphant supported the British government when it came to the stamp act of seventeen sixty five and head refused to allow a delegation from North Carolina to attend the stamp act, congress that October and this whole incident does seem to have inspired some of the patriots in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. But it does not appear that most of the regulators became involved in the revolution themselves. None of this is anything that I would have gleaned from watching outlander because as we all knew outlander is not really a source of historical accuracy that that is not its mission. You know listener mail for us. I do this is from John John says, I just finished her episode on Sojourner truth and really enjoyed it. I teach high school history and have used some of your podcast episodes in the past for source material as well as some lessons for my students. Thank you for always citing your sources that is a lesson. We try to get across our students than it is nice reinforced that this past summer, I took a course oughta Merican protests, and we were looking at some photographs that were sold during the NIST movement, including some of Sojourner truth one of the photos that truth posed for was her holding some yarn with a string of yarn on her lap and outline of the United States. You can infer that the nation is becoming untangled over the issue of slavery. I included a link to the photo in an online source. I thought you would enjoy that backed. I also included a link to an article on knitting and social activism for you hoping you would enjoy it. Thank you both for your enthusiasm and passion for history. Sincerely, john. Thanks so much John for this furthest, Email that photo is really interesting because it's not possible for us to really know. Whether the yarn was intentionally draped out that way because it does kinda resemble the United States, but also people are prime to see patterns and things. Yeah. So regardless of whether that was part of the initial intent of the photographer, it does make it a really striking image for that. And other reasons there are also a lot of very interesting articles about those particular photos, and how they were posed and how they were framed and sort of the more staged aspects to them, and what they all mean, it is super interesting for folks who are interested in. Like the history of photography and the history of pictures as like political meanings than even propaganda. It's all tied together. 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"pete mara" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"pete mara" Discussed on WJR 760

"Go to Coca Cola freestyle and spend twenty minutes trying to figure out. Okay. If I go with the cherry diet coke and mix in some diet. Root beer will that tastes. Well. Neighborhood. Imagined theater always strives to create unrivalled movie going by combining the comforts of home with the finance industry amenities and giving it to you with five star customer service to find the location nearest you visiting. Imagine dash entertainment dot com. So here is my theory. Nobody knows they always just say this in the in the newspaper business, you've got to get your story in and file it because nobody knows what you left out. But they do know that if there's no story in the paper, it's gone. All right. So if you're gonna add this line, I got add this like, nobody's gonna know. If you added that or not they're going to know what you put in front of them. But they're also know if there's nothing there, right? The same philosophy of that applies in my view to college basketball, or even college football the level of play is never going to be the same as the NBA. No matter what. So the distance that it is from the NBA really isn't important. What's important is that you have a sense of competitiveness that the kids are into it that perhaps they are there for more than one year. So you can watch them those of you who are listening to old enough to remember Bill Walton or or Pete Mara Vicente or guys who stayed at their schools from year to year. And so you couldn't wait to see them again because they became stars at their schools Grant Hill, even to go even further up. Oh, dukes back. They got Grant Hill. He was great last year. He's backed by you never have that anymore here. Anytime you get to know a great player. He's gone. But the time you get to know me. He's gone. He's not at that school anymore. So I maintain that the drama of the game and. The identity with the players would make up for the fact that they're not hitting their shots at the same percentage or they're not slam dunking or flying and the truth is they could hit their shots at the same percentage because if they're playing against inferior defenses, they're going to actually shoot like they did in high school. So the only thing you might notice is a guy doesn't go soaring over the rim, and and jammed the ball the way that he doesn't. And that's why you watch the NBA. So I am all for guys like Zion. Williamson all the rest going into an development league, more minor league, or whatever it is. And then moving on to the NBA it works in baseball. Yeah. Alright baseball you never the best players. Do not go to college. They get on a bus and start traveling around the, you know, the warm weather places and going from one on you see him in six or seven years if you really want to go down to the minor leagues and go see me can see him play there. But you can watch your college baseball team. And nobody goes all these guys. Did you watch it, and you get into now baseball is not as big as the college level. But it's not because the players aren't good in that it would be better. If the great players stay there, wouldn't it be exactly the same. It's just not that interest because baseball is one hundred sixty games, and you got plenty of it at the pro level here. But I think the college basketball would survive this go through a five. Five. Yeah. Five year transition where you get all these guys out. And then you just getting playing level. The playing field is level. Rob pelinka? It'd be Lincoln. And you still might get guys who starred in their freshman year. They're not superstar by the time. They're seniors. They do go on to the pros because they've they've been seasoned and they've worked with coaches, and they've got all this. But how much coaching could he possibly receive if he leaves? Now if he sits down now at twenty twenty coaching. Hungry. How how can I help you? I'm ready to pick up. My mildew all pro cornerback dairy sleigh of the Detroit Lions take place, laying Cal everyday slang me, aka can't stay away slang. Where can I say? I love your food. Sometimes orders three times a day sleigh right now already to pay sleigh, Terry. Here you go.

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