The Pete McMurray Show

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Pete McMurray

Pete McMurray

– Graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, IL
– Number 6 out of 12 kids – Middle child syndrome
– 8 boys, 4 girls. Was in a fist fight every day for 15 years
– One Shower in the house growing up (12 kids – hello?)
– All siblings are best friends
– Voted Class Clown in High School
– Mother works at a Church
– His Sister is A Sister
– Played college basketball (ok, so he lied)
– One Beer away from COLLEGE
– Loves Sports. Loves the Game even more
– Can’t accept the fact he’s a mediocre basketball player
– Season Ticket Holder for Cubs and Bears
– Passionate about Radio and Television
– Doesn’t like negative energy, positively energetic
– Never has had a cavity
– Has an attention span of Zero!
– Needs a great deal of attention
– Go Big or Go Home
– Always carries a Sharpie (the Cadillac of marking pens)
– Has a big nose
– Would love to go to Vegas 24 times a year (ok, 32)
– Extremely positive
– Loves music
– Loves Steak Burritos at 4am
– Can’t breath out of his right nostril
– Loves to laugh

1 Comment

  • naturedevil

    Hey Pete. I am Brian Lambrecht of the DuPage Libertarians and I am writing to let you know that today, libertarian candidate for Illinois Governor Chad Grimm will be at the Tribune Tower today for an editorial board review at 11am, and then later for an interview on CLTV. If you are at all interested in talking with Chad, he’d be more than happy afterwards to stop by your show and answer any questions you want to throw at him. If you are interested, please don’t hesitate to call me 708-420-8324 and I’ll make it happen on my end. Noticed in your bio you went to college in Peoria – that’s Chad’s hometown! Though I believe he want to school in Chicago… not sure. You could ask him!?! Anyway, thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you soon. Thanks!

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