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"peter lawford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Marilyn Monroe was found dead in bed. Under circumstances that were in tragic contrast to her glamorous career as a comic talent. On August 4th 1962 Marilyn Monroe died, clutching a telephone and surrounded by a deadly cocktail of prescription pills. The coroner's verdict. Probable suicide. Yet many believe it was murdered. It was really no basis for her to have committed suicide. Now the killing of Marilyn Monroe hosted by me, Jackie Moran will uncover exactly what she knew and what it cost her This'll original 12 parts Syria's investigates the Secret Life. Maryland hid from the world juggling affairs with rat pack crooners, president's men and mob bosses. By the time of her death, Marilyn Monroe was at the center of a deadly power struggle between President Kennedy brother. Bobby, the Mafia and J. Edgar Hoover FBI. She talked with Peter Lawford, she said, Give my love to the president over 12 riveting episodes. The killing of Marilyn Monroe threw on the ground investigative reporting brand new sources and meticulous reviewing of evidence way will reveal for the first time exactly what happened on the night of August 4th 1962 and why her killer has never been brought to justice. I believe Maryland with murder Because she made a threat and that threat foster her life through the process. Hallway Rigas Wrote an open letter to the city of Oceanside. And he urged our businesses open. And He He took a big political risk by doing that. So it's about dignity, because imagine if you're a small business owner. And you're told that your insignificant And you're not essential. And you're not able to put food on the table. Your bills are piling up. You can't pay the rent. You have Children. What do you think that does to your dignity? Well, it brings it down. It brings you to the pits of despair. And there's more to it than that, too. It means the idea of dignity. It's the idea of, you know, being able to have that ability to Associate with people being social understanding, networking these other things that human beings do. So I give kudos to Councilman Rodriguez of Oceanside. Um, so there's a gym. In Oceanside called the Metro Flex Jim and based on that letter. Um, the gym owner opened up his gym Friday. And on Sunday the police came Ask him to shut the business down. And he cited the letter. From Councilman Rodriguez and the police arrested him. Victim. And find him. And Tomorrow. He's going to reopen the gym. Councilman Rodriguez will be there. Um Members of the gym will be there. Ah, lot of his members or Marines. Possibly the Marines will show up at great risk to their career. Um, the mayor of Oceanside, who was a true psychopath. It says If he reopens, he will not only have the police arrest the owner of the gym But he will arrest all the members that are working out at the gym, and they were all be fine, too. So the people can rebel and say, Hey, these are executive orders. He's they're not lost. They have not legislated him in the laws. They are there. This is insanity. This is insanity. Imagine everybody's gonna be there. Tomorrow. It could turn into a confrontation, especially if the Marines show up and this story watch this story. It could go national But you do you have a copy of the Councilman Rodrik assist letter. I think, did you send it to me? Ron did okay. I was wondering if there's any part of that letter You wanted to read. Well, see if I got it. I don't see it. I get a lot of email out once. Okay, Here we go. See what the letter what he has to say here. Um, e don't know. I don't think I have you do okay, it says here. City of Oceanside. I write you during a very challenging time of exhausted every avenue available to advocate and pressure meaningful changes. Both of the county of San Diego and state State of California. Get Oceanside back to work. Your constitutional freedoms completely reinstated. The more I dig, the more I realized both the state and county But without a plan from the beginning. The expense of millions of jobs and hundreds of thousands of businesses that will never recover. Governor Newsome has chosen a political pathway lacking of science. Common sense. And constitutional precedent. Swore no to support the defend support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the state of California against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and I take that oath very seriously. Convinced the constitutional rights of Oceanside residents and businesses have been trampled upon. And I choose to take a stand. If your business has been labeled non essential and you share in my convictions But I encourage you to open immediately and to.
Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe
"We'll start our exploration with a clip from podcast original conspiracy. Theories that discusses the media sensationalized death of actress and sex icon Marilyn Monroe nearly sixty years after her death. Monroe continues to be a pop culture icon. Monroe's private life was the subject of much Hollywood gossip in the nineteen fifties. She was involved in two highly publicized marriages and divorces and battled addiction and depression when she died of a prescription overdose in nineteen sixty two. It was ruled a suicide but many believed there was something more behind her cause of death on August fourth nineteen sixty two. Maryland spent most of the afternoon in a room after having an argument with her friend and publicist Pat Nukem in the morning nukem state at the House for the rest of the afternoon at about three or four. Pm Maryland's housekeeper. Eunice Murray called over her psychiatrist. Dr Ralph Greenspan. She claims she called him because she was troubled by Maryland's request for an oxygen treatment. Even though oxygen was a well-known hangover cure at the time Dr Green soon arrived around three or four Pat Nukem left and green spoke to Maryland in her room for about an hour. Greenspan left asking Murray to stay at Maryland's house overnight and keep an eye on her Maryland took a telephone into her room and spent the night making calls to friends and acquaintances every when she spoke to agree she didn't sound drugged or depressed and she gave no indication. She was considering suicide at around ten PM. She set the receiver down during a call and never turned around ten thirty. She made one last call to Peter. Lawford her friend. And the husband of Patricia Kennedy during the call she apparently drifted into unconsciousness and stopped responding at either midnight or three a m. She changed her story later. In the morning Eunice Murray woke up and noticed a light in Maryland's room was still on but she wasn't responding. She called Dr Green Son who broke in through the bedroom window and found Maryland lying dead clutching the telephone. Next to empty pill. Bottles of prescription sedative called NEMBUTAL and a nearly empty bottle of another sedative choral hydrate. Greenspan called Maryland's physician Dr Hyman Engelberg. Who came over and officially pronounced her dead at four. Twenty five am the police were called. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg initially told investigators Jack Clemens that Maryland's body had been found at midnight creating a four hour gap between discovering the body and calling the police that none of them could account for clemens. Was Relieve by Sergeant Marvin known who sealed up the house until the full investigative force arrived at about five thirty when the investigators questioned them later that morning. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg all changed their stories to say that Maryland's body hadn't been discovered until three a m inconsistencies in the forensic evidence and the witnesses stories. Baffled the police but it did appear to be a suicide so they held off on opening an official investigation until the coroner confirmed the cause of death. The coroner's investigation went on for less than a week during which they interviewed. None of the key witnesses except for Maryland psychoanalyst. Dr Ralph Greenspan after speaking with Dr Greenspan the deputy. Da Leading the investigation said. He was completely convinced that. Maryland's death was not a suicide. The medical examiner's performing the autopsy also believed the death couldn't have been a suicide but despite those findings the coroner officially ruled the cause of death as a probable suicide over the past five decades. Even more evidence has emerged to suggest that Marilyn's death was not in fact a suicide. There have been repeated calls to reopen the investigation into Maryland's death some as recent as two thousand two should not be a close case. It should be an open case by the. Da There's too much too. Many people too much overwhelming evidence that proves that this was not a suicide and I think that Maryland needs closure the difficulty with finding the truth. Is that nearly all the key? Figures involved in Maryland's death are now dead themselves and the statements they gave during their lifetimes were often contradictory. Many of the witnesses who have spoken out against the official story have been discredited as liars fame seekers and conspiracy theorists despite evidence that they might be telling the truth and many of the people who upheld the official story had their own hidden agendas. It was in their best interest to end the inquiry into Maryland's death as quickly as possible
"peter lawford" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Kennedy and Peter Lawford who is always a sucker you know I was like Peter he had a miserable life but anyway we could spend hours on talking about I want to see I want to stay on this car for a minute okay so if if personal Bobby Kennedy obviously was a press magnet so do it where they are a ever ever ever able to produce any kind of video or audio evidence that he was in San Francisco that they had that out now so there's nothing else was by a cop who I guess I could look it up as police record you know when you get stopped by to pick it right right yeah at that that service that he wasn't he was in LA not in San Francisco was there anything that would correct corroborated the fact that he was in San Francisco instead of sounds like an contract now yeah okay not show it off if in fact Bobby Kennedy was in the back of a car in Los Angeles what is the assumption what was he up to their I mean obviously I know there's some there's really because he shot her up and so here's what Susan told me that he went there twice on that day it is said that we have to have the noble Maryland which she had been writing down things you know who knows how long enough writing down stuff and you know we have to have no but they actually never found little book where she had been doing this but you know who he was you know beside himself because of all this what I was saying to you is this that when he went to the last time he said you cannot do this you cannot give this press conference as she said well I'm going to do it anyway and I believe Susan told me that she said the following words you what you don't know who you think you are could you just turn it generally not states marilynmonroe and I'm going to do it career.
"peter lawford" Discussed on Death by Misadventure: True Paranormal Mystery
"The floor days. She spent in the psych ward proved to be among the most distressing of her life. She immediately reached out to refunds for help. And show demain show who never stopped loving Maryland was the only one to answer her call Joe came as soon as she phoned and demanded to see Marilyn the head nurse told him only her doctor could do anything but show was insistent, and he was quoted as saying give you five minutes to get her out here, or I'll tear this fucking place apart brick by brick. Maryland was promptly released to his care. He then took her to Columbia Presbyterian hospital where she introduced him as my hero. She would later be released and returned home to Los Angeles under Joe's watchful eye. In nineteen sixty one Maryland would purchase a home in the posh section of Brentwood, Los Angeles at the urging of her psycho analyst, Dr green Greenspan she hired unique Murray as a housekeeper Murray calling yourself a nurse who had neither the training or credentials. Many friends suspected that she was a spy for Dr green San who continued to have more and more control over Maryland's life seeing her almost daily when she was in Los Angeles. It was now one year later after the end of marriage to Arthur Miller and Marilyn had become restless, although Joe DiMaggio was desperate to win. Her back. Maryland, wasn't ready to remarry again and had become close friends with actor Peter Lawford and his wife, the president sister, Pat, Kennedy Lawford, the couple's Mediterranean style mansion built in originally owned by the MGM co-founder was a renowned party house often hosting sex parties were Jack. Jack Kennedy would rendezvous with various actresses she met both Kennedy brothers through the law firts and the president arranged a weakened with her in Palm Springs in March nineteen sixty two Peter Lawford escort in Maryland disguised in a black wig and dowdy close to being Crosby's guest home where the president was staying around the same time. She had also began an affair with the president's brother. Bobby soon this love triangle would prove to be a deadly encounter for the actress. actor Warren Beatty would be one of the last few people to see Marilyn live. He met her for the first time at Peter Lawford house in Santa Monica at party the night before she died, the young actor had been invited over for night of tacos and poker. Marilyn just happened to be there later to new friends would take stroll on the beach and bady would later remark in an interview how breathtakingly beautiful she was little ditty know that in less than forty eight hours Maryland would be found dead. on the following evening of August, fourth Marilyn received a call from her former stepson Joe DiMaggio junior. He phoned her around eight thirty pm to tell her that he had broken off his engagement to the daughter of a wealthy San Diego contractor, and they chatted. He would later tell the LA times in an interview that she didn't sound sad or upset but normal like Marilyn. However, just after midnight on August fifth nineteen sixty to her housekeeper notice Marilyn's bedroom light on she called out to the actress but received no answer tried the bedroom door, but it was locked alarmed. She immediately called Maryland psychiatrist. Dr Ralph green son who arrived after midnight. But the exact time he was submitted would later be called into question. The doctor stated he broke the window and climbed inside to find her lifeless body with one hand clutching a phone and pill, scattered across the bedroom. Floor Maryland was dead. Oddly, the doctor Dan, call the police until four twenty five AM he claimed they needed permission from the publicity department of twenty Century Fox, which was producing one rose current film before involving the law. The evidence. The police found raised even more questions for one no water glass was initially found in a room which Mayerling would have needed to swallow the large amount of pills necessary to overdose. Also there was no pill residue in her stomach. And there was a strong suspicion. She might have been injected with the deadly cocktail, even though the corner would later claim she died of an apparent suicide. What's stranger was the lack of testing on Maryland body? The coroner reportedly took samples from her stomach and small intestines and ask the toxicologist to perform tests on them that would have determine exactly how the drugs entered her system. But the tests were never done and later destroyed who are the police trying to protect and why? deeper look at Maryland's personal life. I find a sad, but sweet soul. Born with the life path number seven..
"peter lawford" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Doing. This is. This is two counters ship is short short hop airplane travel, right in the car where you have everything like that gets brilliant. Yeah. That's what people should do you should work. Use the time to work or not play fantasy football or cards were. Oh, please come on. All right, Sean. Here's your question. Another death today. Actor for Christopher Christopher Lawford son of actor Peter Lawford and the nephew of John F. Kennedy has died. His father Peter Lawford was a member Sean of the rat pack. Name to other members of the rat pack from the nineteen sixties. And as I love Burt Reynolds, Jeff loves the rat back to other members of the rat pack. Davis junior. You what did you say? Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis junior. The original ocean's eleven who were the other members of the right back to more. Dean Martin do you know where they would meet every every day at five o'clock. I'm more. One more Peter, Peter Lawford one more. He was sure the outside. It was the outsider. Yeah. Median goofy guy never quite fit never quite fit in Sinatra. Never took them. Seriously. What's the goofy guy Joey Bishop Bishop Bishop and Asana every day at four thirty or five because that's when Sinatra get up really the Dean Martin would sneak out at nights because it's not with staff a lot of the night drinking sneak out because he wanted to play golf every morning. He wants to know because that was where they would meet they would, you know? That's where you did your business also read in the filming of that movie ocean's eleven when they usually they'd go cut, and let's do it again. No, right. Let's it. We're not doing any printed read it. Okay. That was very good, Sean, Jeff. Here is your question. My friend. Burt Reynolds starred in the movie the best little whorehouse in Texas. Not one of these great movies. Now who is his co star of the best little whorehouse in Texas. Dolly part, you're exactly right. You're very very good. All right, Sean. Here's your question. Anybody under sixty could answer any of these questions today. Sure. Sure. Yeah. I wonder. Okay. N- corrected. This is gonna test your Sean, I'm under sixteen. I got him. All right. This test. You Sean, we've been talking about that go fund me page that those losers in Philadelphia setup for the poor, man. And they stole all the money. There is currently Sean a gofundme page for actress dawn, well, what's character on the show Gilligan's island? Did Don wells play. Really, Don wells, play the end, it's a female. Displayed Marianne, you're exactly right. Wishes lame question. Great question would donate money to dawn. Well, she's run out of money. Let me tell you what Jeff she's fallen on hard times crash in two thousand eight wiped her up. She had an action that she was in the hospital. She's in debt, she's looking they're trying to raise one hundred eighty granny. She got fifty three thousand and she's happy about that. Very happy about that. Very good. John, by the way. Nobody job skipper. Good, john. Alan HALE is dead. Now. What are you raise money for the professor, nobody raise money for Thurston? How they fall on hard times one hundred twenty five did you know that the professor one of his scholars he went to was Texas AM. What Texas AM in the deal? Also, did you know that Bob Denver Gilligan where he attended high school? My high school brownwood. So that's why it's called Bob. Denver memorial state. That's it. That's how would guy. Yeah. All right. Good job. Shawn. Jeff. Here's your question. All right. It word enough goes. Okay. Here we go Jeff their filmmaker. Michael Moore is claiming that President Trump ran for that office because this female singer was making more money than what I kind of believe him to Gwen Stefani. That is exactly right. I read that on the only thing about her. When you first read all come on. This is crazy. And then you think wait a minute that is the kind of thing that would make him really mad enough to do. Oh, yeah. Making more money. I don't quite understand what why he would compare himself to her. But it was just about what you make. What what they're what they're making per episode. Alright and honor off she's on one of those shows. Right. She she used to judge on. Here comes the voice, the voice, the voice, and she quite frankly, there's more than Donald Trump. Every did on your fired fired. Really? Alright final question. Sean, the great Burt Reynolds movie deliverance, there was a pivotal scene. When a man was rage in that movie by hillbillies, we we who played the guy she was raped. Tough one. Couldn't tell you. I got no river. What river was that? You know, someplace in South Carolina, Georgia, it was the white river and Arkansas, but I'm not sure there many times. Saw that just a mile go. You went member squeak seeing us terrible. God that was a terrible scene director of that movie. Borland somebody Borland. Thanks. So also, did you know who who is his teammate at Florida state? We see every Saturday on knock Brown. No, not Matt. Lee corso. Brown's younger. Yeah. The actor was that baby that baby you're exactly right. You're out. I'm trying to think what river left out the two best pieces of trivia about Burt Reynolds was I've only heard these in the last hour or so I don't I'm not positive. It's true. Number one. He turned down the road of Han solo. Right. Did that down turned down the role Nicholson gift that keeps giving there would be no, bankruptcy shouldn't Meany bankruptcy. If you were Han solo terms of endearment, Jack Nicholson one academy where they also turned down. This is what the biographer said that is turned down the role of John MacLean diehard which went to Bruce Willis. Wow. Wow. Which of course, that would produce six more. And then another one's coming. James Bowman was the director of deliverance. It was along the Chada Chada Chattanooga. O J river near the Georgia South Carolina border now the white river. Okay. Yeah. Powerful movie. Hey, Sean, you're of lucked out. You've want a great through this usually it's just a bunch of garbage that Ed Dickson from closet here. You actually got something. Good for a change. You're really lucky. It's probably never happen. Yeah. It'll never happen again. But. To you. This is a freezer mug. It's pretty officially lashing university of Texas. Frazier mug from soup. Patrick fifty two twenty two Burnet road. I was at Susan's today, you need Longhorn gear for this. Saturday's game, man. Oh, man. Go in and get a great shirt. But usually it's not worth making the drive over here to pick up the garbage people. Typically, that's really faulty and they leak and all that. This is actually worth the drive. Well, I had to fight off some of the staff because abroad in a case of these. Oh. What I want? But they're good Sean ever mind, you've taken the rest. That's right. This is going to get the people the rest of them are. My phone's house Trump for sale they're going to be full of wine. John thank you for participating in pop quiz. Thank you. Congratulations. Thanks, guys. Bye. Bye..
Geena Davis hits back at estranged husband's divorce filing, claims 16-year marriage wasn't official
"Okay. Tissue campbell. Martin who we probably all know best from the show, Mark. Yes. Gina. She's a great actress. Well, she had some legal trouble with an estranged husband Duane Martin who she was married to a since nineteen Ninety-six. She filed new documents. Putting him on blast for his wardrobe? He is asking for spousal support from her. But she pointed out an in the documents that TMZ got it says that he has more than five hundred shirts that cost fifteen hundred dollars a piece totaling a whopping seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. She knows this because he just made a video bragging about it. Oh, yes. She says tissue says that she has a one point five million in assets. But right now doesn't have a steady source of income. And that's why she's asking for spousal support. She says her monthly expenses, total at least thirty three thousand a month and estimates estimates that twain makes around sixty two thousand per month. Also, they're fighting over money. They they got divorced back in February after twenty years of marriage now she's looking into his
John F. Kennedy's Nephew, Actor Christopher Lawford, Dies of Heart Attack at 63
"NewsRadio studio city, hands seventy two seventy. One in brea, and it's Eighty-one currently in Noriko at seven forty six. Oh, you may think climate change in drought go hand in hand here in California. But one local scientists says not so we'll get drier summer is. But we'll also get wetter winters says UC riverside earth sciences. Professor Robert Allen finding the increased during the
"peter lawford" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Eight four four five. Hundred forty two forty, two what about? Lassie says says son somebody else. Nine seven, eight says what about Lassie I'm glad you asked that question you know I've been working on Kennedy. Babylon to win brother-in-law for. Peter Lawford his? Biggest movie in Hollywood career he was the co star you know what the name of the movie was son of Lassie for MGM Lassie had has had his own, his because there was a. Heat pal was it was a male pal, had his own dressing room Peter Lawford didn't have his, own dressing, room? But you. Had your. Own. Dressing room during your extinguished Hollywood career right I did I did yeah are you? Saying you're a bigger movie star than Peter. Lawford, ever was in that I in a way I guess I am yeah I and they also had a million. Dollar life insurance policy on pal and they had to do a they they had to do a a scene It? In these rushing waters on location you know. A, as as Lassie was being washed away and they they tied they tied Lassie to all these these ropes has. To make sure that nothing happened Lassie They just said Lawford just go in there go into that was raging currency we don't care about you last season we gotta save, Lassie we don't be, replaced, more easily than Lassie so the question the, answer. Is no lasting was never. Fired lasting, was a very valuable commodity to why MGM. And then later on to whatever TV studio he worked for eight four four. Or five hundred forty two forty. Two Valerie you're next with Howie Carr go ahead Valerie Hi I have, two questions and a, comment, and then I'll hang up Tillerson illegal to, tape. Somebody without their knowledge and. It isn't some It is. In this state yes you're right. It, is in this state in Massachusetts I, don't know about every every state is different not in Maine I know, that from personal experience Go ahead okay but. Isn't it blackmail trying to go and say I. Won't tell people. This if you give me money Male With black, now You. Know I, it, I, mean I it's it sounds like blackmail but from what I've heard, of these tapes there's nothing blackmail. A Balon there it's just Now I, mean I, mean the girl to. Sad I. Had an, affair with Trump. And I won't tell if you give me money, right right I know you, know it's, a it's a thin line you're right, I mean maybe an immoral. I mean, hate to go to the Cuomo line but in a moral sense of course it's blackmail but in, a legal sense you're just making a deal I mean one of them got a contract to write stuff for the. National Enquirer one, of those supermarket tabs and then she didn't write anything so you can call it whatever. You want and Omarosa got. They got a contract I think she I think it was ten thousand fifteen thousand a month. And she was. Out in LA this was a funny story I told us to my daughter, yesterday not to read the. Story in the Wall Street Journal so she started she was in. L. a. at this office of this supermarket tab and she she, really had? No duty. So she, started, bringing, her mother to work every day with her and so they said, that it was Omarosa would bring. Her mother Work they called her mother at this at the at. The newspaper offices mama Rosa so that was mama Rosa and rose There are so many. Crazy I heard a couple of crazy stories yesterday one that I, hadn't heard. Grace at our had heard this went That that she she went. She she came in one day this Saturday I guess nobody was around the White House Trump wasn't there and. No one else was there and. So there's always one person on this chief of staff who chief of staff staff, that has the answer something happens at the front, desk so he? Gets a call, from the uniform secret service on a, slow Saturday says we problem here at the gate and he said what. Is it and he says. Omarosa here with two buses of people and, she didn't wedding dress and she says she wants to get in I mean, getting into the White House.
"peter lawford" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Five hundred forty. Two forty two what about Lassie says? Says somebody else nine seven eight. Says what, about Lassie I'm glad you asked that question you know I've been working on Kennedy Babylon to when the. Brother-in-law for Peter Lawford his biggest movie in, Hollywood career he was the co star You know. What the. Name. Of the movie was son of Lassie for GM Lassie had has had his own? His because it was a he Powell was. Male, pal had his own dressing room Peter Lawford didn't have his own dressing room you had your own dressing. Room during your extinguished Hollywood career right I did I did yeah. Are you saying you're a bigger movie star than Peter Lawford ever was, in that, I in a way, I guess I am yeah I and they also had a million. Dollar life insurance policy on pal and they. Had to do a they. Had to do a scene in. These rushing waters on location you know, a as as Lassie was being. Washed away and they they they tied. They tied Lassie Paul, these these ropes? Has to make sure that nothing. Happened to, Lassie they just had Lawford just go in there go into those raging currents we don't care about yo. Lassie's we gotta save Lassie We couldn't be. Replaced more easily than Lassie so the question the answer is no lasting, was never, fired lasting was a, very valuable commodity to MGM and then later on to whatever TV. Studio he worked for eight four four or. Five hundred forty two forty. Two Valerie you're next with Howie. Carr go ahead Valerie Hi I have two. Questions and a comment and, then I'll hang up Tillerson Ligo two tape, somebody. Without their knowledge and it. Is in some It. Is in this state yes you're. Right, it is in this state in Massachusetts, I don't know about every every state is different not in Maine I, know that from personal experience Go ahead okay but and then isn't. It blackmail to kind of go and say I. Won't tell people. This if you give me money Each edged with black now You, know, I I mean I it's it sounds like blackmail but from what, I've heard of these tapes there's. Nothing blackmail a Balon there it's just I mean I mean, the girl, to say I had. I had. An affair, with Trump and I won't tell if you give me, money right right I think, you know, it's a it's a thin line you're, right I mean maybe an. Immoral hate, to go to the Cuomo line but in a moral sense of course it's, blackmail but in a legal, sense you're just making a deal I mean one of them got a contract to to write stuff for the national. Inquirer one of, those supermarket tabs and then she didn't write anything so you can call it whatever you. Want and Omarosa got they. Got a contract I think she I. Think it was ten thousand fifteen thousand a month and she was. Out in LA. This was a funny story I told this to my daughter yesterday none of, them had read the story. In the Wall Street Journal so she started she was in l.. A. at this office of this supermarket tab and she she really, had no? Duty, so she, started, bringing, her mother to work every day with her and so they said, that it was Omarosa would bring. Her mother Work they called her mother at this at the at the. Newspaper offices mama Rosa so that was mama Rosa an offer roast There are. So many craze I heard a, couple of crazy stories yesterday one that I hadn't heard grace at grace had heard this what That she she. Went she she came in one day this was. On a Saturday I guess nobody was around the White House Trump wasn't there and no one else was there. And so there's always one person. On this chief of staff who chief of staff staff that has the answer something, happens at the front desk so he gets, a call from, the uniform secret? Service on a, slow, Saturday says we got a problem here. At the gate and he said what is it and he says. Oh morose here with two bosses of people, she didn't wedding dress and she says she wants to get. In I I mean getting into the White, House with.
"peter lawford" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Eight four four five hundred. Forty, two forty two, what about Lassie? Says says somebody else nine seven. Eight says, what about Lassie I'm glad you asked. That question you know I've been working on Kennedy Babylon too when you know, brother-in-law for Peter Lawford his. Biggest movie in? His Hollywood career he was the co star you know what. The name of the movie was son of Lassie for MGM Lassie has had his own his because, it was a he Powell. Was it was a male pow had his, own dressing room Peter Lawford didn't have his own dressing, room but, you? Had your. Own dressing. Room. During your extinguished Hollywood career right I did I did yeah are you saying you're? A bigger movie star than Peter Lawford ever. Was. In that I in a way I guess I am yeah and they also had a million dollar. Life insurance policy on pal and they had to do a, they had to do a a scene In these, rushing waters on location you. Know a as as Lassie was being washed away and they they tied they. Tied Lassie Paul these these ropes has to make sure that nothing happened to Lassie they just said, Lawford just go in there. Go into that was raging currency we don't, care about you last season we gotta save Lassie we, know we, couldn't? Be replaced. More easily. Than. Lassie so the the answer is no lasting was never fired lasting was a very? Valuable commodity to MGM, and then later on. To. Whatever TV studio he worked for eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two Valerie you're, next with Howie Carr go ahead Valerie Hi I have two questions, and. A comment and then I'll. Hang up Tillerson We go to tape. Somebody, without their. Knowledge and it is in some it. Is in this state yes you're right it is. In this state. In Massachusetts I don't know about. Every, every state is different not in Maine, I know that from personal experience Go ahead okay but and then isn't. It blackmail to kind of go and say I. Won't tell people. This if you give me money Edged with black now You know, I, it, I mean I it's it sounds like blackmail but from what, I've heard of these there's nothing. Blackmail a Balon there it's just I mean, I mean, the girls to sad. I had. An affair, with Trump and I won't tell if you give me, money right right I know, you know, it's a it's a thin line you're, right I mean maybe an. Immoral hate, to go to the Cuomo line but in a moral sense of course it's blackmail but in a legal, sense you're just making a deal I mean one of them got a contract. To write stuff for the National Enquirer. Or one of, those supermarket tabs and then she didn't write anything so you can call it whatever you. Want and Omarosa got a. Got a contract I think she I. Think it was ten thousand fifteen thousand a month and she was. Out in LA. This was a funny story I told this to my daughter yesterday none of, them had read the story. In the Wall Street Journal so she started she was in l.. A. at this office of this supermarket tab and she she really, had no? Duty so. She started, bringing, her, mother to work every day with her and so they said, that it was Omarosa would bring. Her mother Work they called her mother at this at the at the. Newspaper offices mama Rosa so there was mama Rosa an offer rose There are. So many craze I heard a couple of crazy stories yesterday one, that I. Hadn't heard grace grace had, heard this went That she she went she she came in. One day this was on a Saturday I guess nobody was around the White House Trump wasn't there and no. One else was there and so. There's always one person on this chief of staff who chief of staff staff that, has the answer something happens at the front desk so he, gets a call? From the uniform, secret service on a slow Saturday says we. Had a problem here at the gate and he said what is. It and, he says Omarosa is here with two buses of people she. Didn't wedding dress and. She says she wants to get in I mean getting into. The White House with.
"peter lawford" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That she died they were telephone records showed she had repeated calls back and forth to robert kennedy and two peter lawford and if i understanding that they were enticing please rose just go ahead and do it do it ready get it done and so she complies because she was she was under pressure to terminate the identity of marilyn monroe because marilyn monroe was being what was was about to be subpoenaed by the fbi be shaka hoover wanted to polish her pertaining to what she knew about activities within the kennedy administration and the point that i'm making you know of in the case of elvis presley michael jackson marilyn monroe and others have you ever heard allegations that they were terminated that they terminated those personas they were resurrected and they came back to life under other identities witness protection program is at the idea a witness protection program listen seventy stories about elvis in a grocery store in other stories about elvis still being alive and the sunday paper straight up there's quite a quite a popular idea that the michael jackson is still alive a couple of websites i have no idea how why but what about maryland's phone records so that was an interesting point that carlos made maryland's phone records i mean who was she on the phone with shed shed a phone in her hand when she died yeah she certainly was on the phone.
"peter lawford" Discussed on KGO 810
"At the time though the media wasn't like it is today you know you didn't have social networking and they didn't chase you for every story in those days many of the media guys primarily men they knew all about this but they weren't about to do that you know go past the line in infringe they kind of held back didn't they yeah they did they did reject kennedy of course and that was the general rule and that was the same i mean she taught my accent i'm from the other side of the palm then it was exactly the same that you know it's all changed i would sign the loss of five forty years but in those days they did leave well alone and so that didn't start you know the public interest really the interest in marilyn's death was stirred up years later as you said at the time there was some controversy but it was really back in the mid seventy s when norman mailer came out with his book maryland and alleged kennedy involvement that it revived interest and the we'll get into the specifics of of that day that she was found dead in her house in get some of the events that you to have investigated but let's go back a little bit into the moment that she sang happy birthday mr president for john f kennedy at his birthday peter lawford introduced her she was late she you know the house loved her when she came up to sing she may have been drunk or under the influence you looked a little strange to me in the videos that i've seen at that point was she she must have been having an affair with the president then well actually at that point i think the affair with the president was kind of coming to an end i mean to happen but it had been at full full swing right it had been and in fact there's some evidence that it started a lot earlier than people realize it may well it started back in the mid fifties long before he was priced at one point he was hospitalized with his back elements and someone who visited him said he had a photo marilyn on his bedside table so this may be an ongoing for a long time at the.
"peter lawford" Discussed on KELO
"Time though the media wasn't like it is today you know you didn't have social networking and they didn't chase you for every story in those days many of the media guys primarily men they knew all about this but they weren't about to do that you know go past the line in infringe they kind of held back didn't they yeah they did they did with jack kennedy of coast and that was the general rule and that was the same i mean my accent i'm from the other side of the pond and it was exactly the same that you know it's old changed i would sign the law sort of fifty five forty years but in those days they did leave well alone and so that didn't stop the public interest really the interest in marilyn's death was stood up years later as you said at the time there was some control to see but it was really back in sort of mid seventy s when norman mailer came out with his maryland and alleged kennedy involvement that it revived interest and the we'll get into the specifics of of that day that she was found dead in her house and in get some of the events that you to have investigated but let's go back a little bit into the moment that she sang happy birthday mr president for john f kennedy at his birthday peter lawford introduced her she was late she you know the house loved her when she came up to sing she may have been drunk or under the influence she looked a little strange to me in the videos that i've seen at that point was she she must have been having an affair with the president then well actually at that point i think the affair with the president was kind of coming to an end i mean it it had been in full full swing right it had been and in fact there's some evidence that it started a lot earlier than people realize it may well it started back in the mid fifties along with all he was priced at one point he was hospitalized with his back elements and someone visited him said he had a photo of marilyn on his bedside table so this may be an ongoing for a long time at the.
"peter lawford" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Honestly it's like they're pulling a con in the movie but they're really pull the con on the studio and on the paying audience us it's it is all under the guise of we're making a movie no yellow bucket hanging and i'm not i'm not there everybody's paying for you guys to hang you know what i mean and they look i guess that's just the tradition of making an ocean movie they have been doing this for years ever since the nineteen sixty original with the rat pack yeah when they had frank sinatra and his gang you know peter lawford of course davis junior dean martin our member now you've probably got me mixed up at that 'cause i will tell you this because i went through phase while you know i wanted to be a rat packer hard i was trying to pick who's you said those words man we're going to be the new rep yes it did take that pack off them jassem redd foxx but you know we had special club oh pet club we went to yeah you remember what tiki bar stayed to like five in the morning drinking a legally until swat candy man we win it was like it was like the rat pack with two seventy dulan's dula sammy between both of it is but now we went to this place of tiki bars it and we would drink until the pace was news it was called ocean's eleven and we will go there the we knew the owner and he'd say a guys go onto o'clock everybody's gotta go home we're not you guys you guys cool you stay going home already oh no no not my friends and he would just mix shit up we would just drink and he put flow accidents we don't drink it but i thought sounded cure a chrome and and tidy bowl what do you think this fabulous.
"peter lawford" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It is all under the guise of women making a movie i love fuck it hanging and i'm not there everybody's paying for you guys to hang yeah and they look i guess that's just the tradition of making an oceans movie they have been doing this for years ever since the nineteen sixty original with the rat pack yeah when they had frank sinatra and his gang you know peter lawford of course dave davis junior dean martin our member you've probably got me mixed up at that 'cause i will tell you this because i went through phase while know i wanted to be a rat packer hard you said those words may we going to be the new rep yes it did take that pack jassem redd foxx but you know we had special club pet club we went to tiki bar stayed to like five in the morning reagan illegally until swat man we win it was like it was like the red pack with two seventy dulan's sam between both of but no we went to this place of tiki bars it and we would drink until the place was news it was called occ lybia and we will go there the we knew the owner and he'd say a guys go onto a clock everybody's gotta go hall yeah we're not you guys you guys cool you stay going home already oh no not my friends and he would just mix it up we would just drink and he put flow exits drinking but i thought that would cure a chrome and tidy bowl what do you think this fabulous.
"peter lawford" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Worst term that she can throw at him because his republican dozen that point her as the ultimate big at homophobe i agree with you because she must think that it's embarrassing or wrong in some way to lived that lifestyle if she's going to dangle it as a threat you know the aim of a bully as to them power the bully as to make the bully strong and to take the victim and make them look as weak flawed rollerball and someone that you can laugh at did you can spirit at that you can make a joke at i i have to say i think this was one of the most disgusting things have ever seen i can see why net flick stricker off i think people should shun her you know she apparently has a real issue would uh drinking and says berri outrageous things well that she would try to destroy this guy's life because she thinks of somebody thought that he was gay it might ruin his life i can't i can't believe that the lgbtq community doesn't come out against her i think this is a meanest nasty thing i've ever heard you're not to mention that she made fun of mexicans pretty much her entire run over eu show you know she's the she's never really been the the super tolerant person that she tries to be these days while a thing of it is look if you knew that she was like i look at the the the rat pack okay with frank sinatra and and sammy davis jr and peter lawford and dean martin and all those guys okay and they made terrible terrible jokes the sammy davis jr but the fact of the matter is every and that was low really in the heart of the whole civil rights movement but who was the best man and sammy davis's marriage to a white woman may brit and that was of course frank sinatra who was the man that stood up and fought to get sammy davis gigs get fought to get sammy davis in hotels and he could stay at and took gone hollywood that was frank sinatra so if chelsea handler share as you know they say she ain't no frank sinatra and she.
"peter lawford" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Dude like don't make it oceans eight eight secs this make your oceans eleven make it a fucking new thing you can't make it oceans eight and say here we go women it's a last where men and so people are i love how some people are going to be like well you only need less women to do the job not ripe you know what that spark in so many women that aren't getting paid that all these men got paid to do oceans fucking eleven jennifer lawrence she she didn't do it get her in it giver fucking thirty million dollars and do it or get jennifer lawrence don't get aquafina and fucking riyana oh man it's so funny to me eat so funny to me that they made oceans eight dude i wish they made oceans forty forty women and it got down to like women you saw in some movies wokv a few times like there was one woman from a soap opera and in another woman where you're like i think i just seen that growing my grocery store and she was just like let's do this in the produce section the fact that they remade ocean's eleven any way is ridiculous but here's the deal what hollywood remakes will apparently ocean's eleven the original version which was with frank sinatra dean martin sammy davis jr peter lawford julie bishop angie dickinson i mean everybody with these pictures black and white you it was the worst movie ever and so at least remake the worst movie ever that's what movies should be remade is are the worst movie ever don't remake good movies because there are too good.
"peter lawford" Discussed on KOIL
"Had to go russell jfk back into the house so build build new certain things um he told me other stories like that although that's the most aggressive one so i guess my point is not to be at about this thing but to say that that nam of its cotton so much press publicity about 1960 is actually true and there were things to to look into obviously we know a lot about jfk's a sex life right now but he was leading a dangerous life and there were people even in night in sixty before even got elected who were saying we got a target this guy uh if if he goes all the way we have to take him down so there were people after him so anyway i just wanted to put that story out there uh what it's worth that yeah it doesn't surprise me in the least that they were looking into him everybody was well the papers themselves give a lot of sort of details about the second lives of peter lawford and others in that you know of course jaeger who were being obsessed with sex as he was and of course he had his own sexual peccadillos you know as long as he pushed them towards other people not towards himself i'm sure that he was he was there ducking for cover until it was phetamine he will you're right i mean by what he was doing was he was making sure that he had a little file on everybody right uh he was all about the power and and he saw kennedy coming uh years before he was elected and started his file and and had a pretty thick file by the time jfk sworn in which only indicates that probably the ones that are pointing out the most especially now we can do any kind of comparison was happy with the i guess the black male scandalous society worry now is that the ones with the most the high to the ones that are making the most becky stations and i think it is going to continue in continuing continuing until it does wind up on the doorstep of the president as we will wind up on the doorstep of of many important public figures because it seems that nothing else changes each even see see that really meddling is changing ended we're going to.
"peter lawford" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"On category i go who those larry has hot okay uh oh uh in the film dunnston checks in jason alexander plays a hotel manager who must deal with what loose animal dog monkey mouth cat mm good stuff muggy what did you israel is the editor more we know about now movies dogs the injected he would have happened if the seinfeld you don't wanna know scores produce these price logan checks in the mail oh absolutely of lesson let's start brew by the way we got some open slots one eight hundred two eight three one on one point five in his navy of music movies television new jersey new jersey at what point five play debt is in judy tickets go to suck as gover that guy we hope you up saturday night broke out there to be that would make vecchione beholden to doors it's chris undo ninety five a new jersey what a one point five eight chris going on belo we are grounded i want to see some scurvy i love trivia game but you category that the only go from movie voted yes i'm in your work is what it addressed i should have had yeah exactly uh uh i trial lawyers you here because i've been tough on these let's see if this works ray liotta portrayed what of the rat pack in nine 1998 movie tv movie peter lawford joey bishop dean martin frank sinatra briefly the question one more time blu ray liotta portrayed what member of the rat pack in in 1998 tv movie peter lawford joey bishop dean martin frank sinatra gene.
"peter lawford" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Fact that we haven't necessarily seen the boom the in bank shares that you would expect should they be able to reduce the amount of capital that they hold at if they're regulated more lightly i mean does this give you more optimism that banks are the place to go at least they're stocks it does know showing the good result margin giving morgan had good proven and margin the rate environment had and i'm very positive for bank net interest margins had been increased thing at the fed has increase gray print and we can cut that will continue that we do that at the positive and as you said we think we're going to see a better regulatory environment higher capital return letter money having can be spent on regulatory items and nicky care so slowing growth in that area and then you get the other cotton our numbers of a benefit contacts are harm if that doesn't happen lisa cern to argue about the increasing provision for credit losses yup credit has been absolutely very strong for the end of three on for a number of years actually in a second quarter and we started third quarter earnings in the second quarter credit actually got better we've seen thumb on me tell me if you company reported so far so a little bit of an increase in provisions for some of that is part of a hurricane activity what wish to be expected but a court about one time item arm and accommodated get potential for her peter lawford apart hasn't really materialized in the numbers so we actually think credited coin character and aimed are strong for the industry as we go through earning keep and uh because the economic environment of good people have jobs and we can credit content tom thank you very much for.