The Mayor Pete Kennedy
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Born in Canandaigua NY, Pete Kennedy grew up the youngest of 5 Irish kids. His dad "Ham" was elected as Mayor of the city of Canandaigua and served 14 years while his youngest son Pete stole the title "Mayor". Ham earned the title and Pete pilfered it.
Pete helped a bunch of his buds at St. Marys School to found an actual radio station that played music over the PA system during lunch. Many of the nuns were less than impressed by the musical selections this young mob played over WSMR. Later, "Mayor" also served as captain of his beloved Canandaigua Academy football team the Braves.
After successfully graduating from SUNY Geneseo where he spent many hours "studying" humanity while DJing and bartending at the world famous Inn Between, he headed to the bright lights of the big city of Rochester NY where he's been rockin' Rochester radio waves for 25 years, now crankin' great tunes on 100.5 the Drive.
When not heckling callers and having fun with them on air, he's actively out working' the streets at various community and charitable events. Last year alone he was involved in over 120 events and has plans for many more in 2012.
Let me start by stating that the Buffalo Bills stink! I invested time, energy, effort and a few sheckles in attending Sunday's game in Orchard Park and it was a colossal waste of time during the holidays. The only saving grace was that I was with good friends, had an excellent meal on Sat. night in BUF with my nephew Chad Buck at a great restaurant named 800 Maple in Williamsville, and the beer was cold. Other than that, I am completely disgusted by the effort put forth by the Bills players and coaches. Fire 'em all and start over again! Everybody from GM Buddy Nix, head coach Chan Gailey, his assistants and scouting staff should be given the heave-ho now. Start over AGAIN! Doesn't that sound all too familiar for Bills fans? Why we continue to go to games is a mystery to me. The players and coaches should pay us to go. Merry freakin' Christmas Buffalo. Thanks for the lump of coal you dumped on the field Sunday.