Wow Where do I start?.. Well for my likes,Motorcycles, Bowling(Yeah, I roll 300's) and Pool are my sports. I am a father of 2 girls, who are completely the reason why I breathe.. My girls have inspired me to be the best in life at all things, not from the moment they were born, but from the moment they were conceived. Being a dad is the quintessential favorite part of my life. I also have a fascination with rescue and law enforcement. I was hired as a full-time fire rescuer the same week I was hired as an on call (not even part-time) radio personality. It’s obvious that I chose radio, and it indeed has been good to me, more so than I am to it. Radio broadcasting has always been my passion and was ultimately birthed into me by my late father who worked in radio for almost 50 years. So I guess you can say I got it honestly. I can truly say that I am blessed beyond measure to have such a great career, which allows me to experience so much the average person will probably never do or see. I am truly grateful to God for this dream now reality lifestyle that I am blessed to have...To Him be The Glory...
The Father, Teacher & Mentor The Hero...
RICHARD EARL PEGUE JR.....
YOU TOLD ME YOUR WERE PROUD TO HAVE ME AS YOUR SON, BUT I AM EVEN MORE PROUD TO STILL CALL YOU MY FATHER..
TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER, HOW I MISS HIM SO. I ONLY HOPE A PRAY TO BE ABLE TO LIVE UP TO A SMALL PERCENTAGE OF YOUR LEGACY. YOU TAUGHT ME THE WORLD IN YOUR OWN WAY, FROM YOUR VIEW POINT, WHICH HAD NO LIMITS. YOU ALLOWED ME THE APPRECIATION TO WORK FOR MY OWN, YET YOU HANDED ME THE SKILL AND KNOW HOW BY ALLOWING ME TO WATCH YOU BE AMAZING. AT THE AGE OF 6 YEARS OLD, I KNEW I WANTED TO WALK IN YOUR SHOES. THEY STILL REMAIN TO BE BIG SHOES TO FILL. I REMEMBER WHEN YOU ASKED ABOUT SOMETHING I DID OVER THE AIR, AND YOU TOLD ME HOW IMPRESSED YOU WERE, AND HOW YOU WANTED TO BUY ME A BOTTLE OF CHAMPAIGN TO CELEBRATE IT. THAT MEANT THE WORLD TO ME. NOT ONLY WAS I PLEASING TO THE WORLD'S GREATEST RADIO PERSONALITY/ MUSIC HISTORIAN, BUT I WAS WELL PLEASING IN THE EYES OF MY FATHER, LIKE JESUS WAS TO THE HEAVENLY FATHER. BECAUSE OF THAT, I KNOW I'VE DONE WELL. I'VE GOTTEN THE THUMBS UP FROM SO MANY WHO HAVE CONTINUED TO PAVE THE WAY FOR US NEWCOMERS, LIKE IRENE, RAMONE, GLEN COSBY, JOE SOTO, DOUG BANKS, RICK PARTY, TROI TYLER, EFFFIE ROLPHE, AND SO MANY MORE PEOPLE I'VE HAD THE PLEASURE TO WORK WITH, BUT WHAT THEY SEE IS YOU, NOT ME. SO FOR THAT I THANK YOU DAD. I ONCE SAID TO YOU, THAT GROWING UP I WAS A SPOILED CHILD, YOU CORRECTED ME AND TOLD ME I WASN'T SPOILED, BUT WAS WELL TAKEN CARE OF. YES, YES I WAS. I LOVE MY KIDS BETTER BECAUSE OF YOUR LOVE FOR ME, SO THANK YOU DAD. THANK YOU FOR BEING EXACTLY THE FATHER I NEEDED TO HELP ME BECOME THE MAN I AM. IT IS A PRIVILEGE AND AN HONOR, TO PROUDLY SAY, RICHARD PEGUE (YOU GOT A FUNNY NAME) AND I GOT IT TOO.. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH DAD, FRIEND, MENTOR, FATHER... I'LL SEE YOU SOON MAN...
THE GREAT RICHARD PEGUE SR. (MY GRANDAD) IF ANYONE KNOWS ME WELL ENOUGH, YOU KNOW THAT I CONCIDER MYSELF TO BE AN HONORARY POLICE OFFICER. IT'S AMAZING HOW I DESIRED TO BE LIKE BOTH OF THESE GREAT MEN.
Park Police Officer Richard E. Pegue Chicago Park District Police Department Illinois End of Watch: Wednesday, July 3, 1946
Biographical Info Age: 25 Tour of Duty: Not available Badge Number: 371
Incident Details Cause of Death: Gunfire Date of Incident: Wednesday, July 3, 1946 Weapon Used: Officer's handgun Suspect Info: Not available
Park Police Officer Richard E. Pegue was shot and killed with his own service weapon as he attempted to arrest a rapist.
Officer Pegue arrested a rapist and a woman who was attempting to obstruct the arrest. As Officer Pegue transported the prisoners to the police station, the female prisoner hit him with a bottle. At this point, the male prisoner gained possession of the Officer Pegue's revolver and shot him.
Officer Pegue is survived by his wife and son. He was a veteran of WWII.
The Chicago Park District Police in the City of Chicago was disbanded in 1957. Remaining officers were transferred to the Chicago Police Department through an intergovernmental agreement. Fallen officers are currently honored on the memorial wall of the Chicago Police Department as Chicago Police Officers.
BRITNI ELISE "SATISFIED" WHAT AN INCREDIBLY SEXY GIRL.
Before you break up with your boyfriend/girlfriend know that you are 100% sure that it's what you want. Once you make the decision to break up with your mate, there is no turning back. You can't break up and then decide a week later that it was a mistake. Think about your decision before you make it and make sure that you're entirely comfortable in the choice you make. Break ups leave no room for regret.
DON'T GO ON THE REBOUND
Once you're single, you may be inclined to fill the void that's created by not having a mate. One thing you want to avoid after breaking up with someone is immediately going on the rebound. Rebounds are temporary and in the end they may do more harm than good. Instead, give yourself time to mend and heal.
WORRY ABOUT THE DETAILS LATER
So you have a dog together and a lot of his clothes are at your house. You two split a lot of bills. While these details do matter, when a break up is fresh and new, there is no need to worry about these issues right then and there. After a break up, you're both bound to be full of emotions, and rightfully so. To keep things civil, deal with the details at a later time, when things have cooled down a bit.
DON'T INSIST ON BEING FRIENDS RIGHT AWAY
After breaking up with someone, the last thing you want to do is insist on being friends. In fact, during and after the break up you want to completely avoid using the "let's be friends" phrase at all. This will only make things worse and truly, the last thing he/she needs to be worrying about is how you're going to remain friends after ending a relationship. Maybe you can be friends later on down the line, but right now, don't bother!
DO IT IN PERSON
In the age of phones and the Internet, it is a lot more convenient and easy to break up with someone through Facebook, a text message, or an email. One of the worst things you can do when breaking up with someone is to do it through virtual means. Virtual break ups make you look like a coward, so take the step to break up with your soon-to-be-ex in person. It'll make things go a lot smoother.
DON'T MENTION A NEW POTENTIAL MATE
Even if you've started talking to or confiding in someone else, the break up conversation is not the time to mention them. During a break up there is no need to compare your ex to someone else or bring a potential new mate into the equation.
DON'T PROLONG THINGS
After you've thought things over and you know the decision to break up is the right choice, don't prolong it. There's no need to wait weeks in order to break the news. Once you know for sure that breaking up is best, do it immediately.
MAKE SURE YOU'VE LEARNED SOMETHING
No matter how bad or good a relationship was, you should always have a takeaway. When you decide to end your relationship, make sure that you've actually learned something from it. Whatever you learn, it's bound to help you in the future when you do decide to date again. Even in the worst relationships there is always a lesson to keep in the back of your mind.
DON'T BECOME INSULTING OR VERBALLY ABUSIVE
Even if you're as angry as angry gets, break ups aren't for hurting feelings and putting people down. Break ups will drag on when you decide to take the insulting and emotionally abusive path. This will only lead to a prolonged break up that leaves the both of you hurt and angry. Keep the harsh words to yourself.
BE RESPECTFUL OF FEELINGS
Though they may not show it until you're gone, most people are hurt when they’re being broke up with.. During the break up and afterwards, try to be as respectful of his/her emotions if possible. Even if you don't respect him/her, break ups leave both of you vulnerable. There's no need to mock or ridicule, even if you really want to.
DON'T BRING OTHERS INTO THE MIX
Just like relationships, break ups need to be kept between the two of you. There's no point or benefit in bringing your friends, his friends, your family, or his family into the situation. Make the move without bringing other people into the mix as this will only worsen the situation and bring unnecessary outside attention and emotions into things.
ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE EMOTIONAL
When you're the person breaking up with the other, you're bound to be emotional too. No matter if you're angry, sad, confused, or drained, there's no need to keep things inside. Cry, scream, go to the gym and do whatever you need to do to let your emotions out. Though you may not feel all of these emotions at once, prepare yourself for the emotional rollercoaster most people go through after a break up.
DON'T GIVE IN TO BREAK UP SEX
While it may be appealing - and he/she may be one of the best you've had in bed - don't fall for the break up sex phenomenon. You chose to break up for a reason and that means a complete break from emotional and physical ties. Break up sex doesn't make things better as it only masks the hurt and pain temporarily. No matter who tries to initiate the act, avoid it altogether.
I've been with my husband for 8 years and married for 2. I cheated on him and have fallen in love with the other man. (yes, I have already been told by everyone that it probably won't work with the new guy. It's my risk to take and that is not what I want to discuss)
I finally told my husband a couple days ago that I no longer want to be married. I feel awful and sad and I wasn't expecting this. I thought I would feel happy and relieved. I did for a little while but the more I talk with my husband the more sick to my stomach I feel. I just no longer have feelings for him. But I feel so bad for what I have done and for the fact that I don't want to work on our marriage. He says he forgives me and wants to work on it. I keep telling him I don't want to work on it. But I can't get past this feeling of panic now. I don't know if I am panicking because I have doubts about how I feel for my husband or if it is because I have doubts about how I am breaking up with my husband.
I am just no longer attracted to him. Our sex lives are awful and we have nothing in common. Our differences were fun in the beginning but now, after 8 years we have nothing to fall back on. But I never really discussed any of this with him. I didn't give him a fair chance to change.
I know I want to leave but I never prepared for feeling so guilty and panicky. Now I am having doubts. Why? Are the doubts real or are they a reaction to be being afraid of the unknown?
Is this normal? Are you supposed to feel guilty and sad even if you no longer are in love with the other person? Shouldn't I be happy and laughing all the time and feeling "free"?
R. Kelly has given advice to new R&B sensations Miguel and Frank Ocean. In an interview with VIBE, the R&B legend said, "I think these guys are good...they have the potential to be in it for a long period of time. That's only if they start to write about life and not just writing a good song. I've seen a lot of guys that people say were promising. I've seen them come and go. They have to start writing about everyday life. That will keep you in the game and push you to legendville. If you are in this music, you may as well be in it to be a legend."
On whether R&B is dead, he said, "I don't believe R&B is dead and I don't think it's going to die as long as I'm alive. I think it has caught a bad, terrible cold. It has the flu. And I think I'm the doctor. When I come back with my next album and we are going to shake this cold."
Drake has finally addressed his issues with Chris Brown. In an interview with theEast Village "Keep It Thoro" radio show, when asked about his beef with Chris Brown, he said, "For any media outlet that listens to this interview, don't ask me sh*t about that man when I come up there. Leave that man alone and stop preying on his insecurities man. His insecurities are the fact that I make better music than him, that I'm more popping than him, and that at one point in life ,the woman that he loves fell into my lap and I did what a real n*gga would do and treated her with respect. So she's not out there talking down on me."
He continued, "All of those things combined creates a n-gga that comes up to your radio station and is just gonna do dumb sh*t. But it shouldn't be about tearing that man down, it shouldn't be about wanting to see me and him tear each other down. We have an issue and it's either gonna drag out, or maybe in ten years we'll laugh about it over drinks, but let us solve that sh*t. It's not me and Kendrick [Lamar], it's not me and Hov, you're not gonna get anything out of it. I don't wanna hear that man rap, you know what I'm saying? Nobody wants to hear me rap against him, you're not even going to get anything out of it. I just urge media to leave that sh*t alone."
He continued, "That's part of the reason why I don't go up to radio. Sit up there and talk, talk, talk, I don't wanna talk. People talk themselves into a mess. Playing my beat when he comes up there and try to get him to rap, c'mon man! That sh*t is like terrible. I feel for him too. Every interview he does, they talk about me. It is what it is. I'm focused on this album and everything else that's going on. I'm not thinking about that man...or that girl."
INTERNET COMMENTS - DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE?
Seiko on Theybf.com writes: "Chris actually said... 'I don't like drake so I'm not addressing drake. That situation is over and done with but I'm not going to keep bringing him up.' Drake is the one that continues to bring it up, Drake is the one that's insecure in this situation because Rih and Chris had been broken up for 2 years when she KISSED him and he lost his ever loving mind. Drake has said it before that he is INFATUATED with Rihanna, so it's really not Chris whose egging the situation on... It's ALL Drake."
discoheaven on Bossip.com writes: "Neither one of them is acting mature. As I told my friend earlier, there is no reason that C.B. should be upset about Rihanna/Drake is it wasn't A. true or B. way over with. I think he needs to control himself better. We all know Rihanna is loose."