35 Burst results for "Applebee's"

How Poker Coach Chris Wallace First Got in the Game

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:55 min | 10 months ago

How Poker Coach Chris Wallace First Got in the Game

"I started really hard for six months and Started playing online That was right when online started. I was planning like planet poker. Which is i think the first on a real real money website And was winning. As soon as i started Six months before. I had never played a hint of oldham in my life and and by the time that six months was up. I was making too much money to go to work. Now i would. I would make one hundred and fifty bucks a night. Driving cabin mc two hundred if i played poker instead so i could drive in cabin started playing poker and that was like nineteen or twenty years ago or something. That was my last job. It's funny how familiar. That sounds to me because i was younger than you. A decade younger but i was working applebee's nineteen and found poker and i took the theory of bucher oldham for advanced players. Because that's of course. That's where i would start because those books back then. Why wouldn't i start for advanced players. I'm obviously a smart person at nineteen and need the advanced version. I and super nobody wants to read a hold them for people who aren't good at broker. Well there was a poker for dummies. I think back then to I pass that up. Because i wanted to advance players And super system and every day. I would bring it to work and get to work an hour early and read and then i would stay in our after my shift and read more poker and with this just mindset of being held bent on being a professional booker player And that was all. I thought about and that was all right so i it just funny to me as i see myself in your story like it's just the the immersion the same books and just the mindset right.

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Squeezed (MM #3750)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Squeezed (MM #3750)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've been doing a lot of reading about the middle class, I fall into the middle class and I'm feeling very frustrated at times because I don't think I'm getting ahead quite like I want to and as the end of my lifetime comes about in the next twenty, thirty four years, whatever it happens to be, I still want to be able to survive and enjoy life. At the same time, what we're seeing is the squeeze of the middle class. Right now, we're in the world of The Haves and the Have Nots. What we're finding is a lot of middle class oriented businesses. Like restaurants, they're being squeezed as well. Restaurants that were normal. Go to is for people, like the Olive Garden, TGI Fridays, Applebee's. Many of them have been squeezed downsized and been forced to re-evaluate their situation because the middle class, the people who liked getting a good meal and a good value aren't using those types of restaurants anymore, because they've had to realign their budgets. They're going for more of the fast-casual, not as much serve, but cheaper prices, it's not right, it's not fair, it's just reality. And we've all got to figure out a way to survive.

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Squeezed (MM #3750)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Squeezed (MM #3750)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've been doing a lot of reading about the middle class, I fall into the middle class and I'm feeling very frustrated at times because I don't think I'm getting ahead quite like I want to and as the end of my lifetime comes about in the next twenty, thirty four years, whatever it happens to be, I still want to be able to survive and enjoy life. At the same time, what we're seeing is the squeeze of the middle class. Right now, we're in the world of The Haves and the Have Nots. What we're finding is a lot of middle class oriented businesses. Like restaurants, they're being squeezed as well. Restaurants that were normal. Go to is for people, like the Olive Garden, TGI Fridays, Applebee's. Many of them have been squeezed downsized and been forced to re-evaluate their situation because the middle class, the people who liked getting a good meal and a good value aren't using those types of restaurants anymore, because they've had to realign their budgets. They're going for more of the fast-casual, not as much serve, but cheaper prices, it's not right, it's not fair, it's just reality. And we've all got to figure out a way to survive.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Takes Stand in Epic Fight Over App Store

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Apple CEO Tim Cook Takes Stand in Epic Fight Over App Store

"Apple CEO Tim cook took the witness stand to defend the company's iPhone apps store against charges that has grown into an illegal monopoly guided by softball questions from apple lawyer in Oakland California courtroom cook's testimony sounded like a commercial for the iPhone cook defended apple's control over its mobile apps store as a way to keep things simple for customers and protect them against privacy and security threats he appeared an anti trust case brought by epic games the makers of the popular video game Fortnite epic is trying to prove that the apps store has morphed into a price gouging vehicle that blocks apps from offering other payment options Applebee's his appearance as an opportunity to tell its story while the app stores under scrutiny by regulators in the US and Europe I'm Jennifer king

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150 Deals at Age 22 by Putting Relationships Over Profit with Cole Ruud-Johnson

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

150 Deals at Age 22 by Putting Relationships Over Profit with Cole Ruud-Johnson

"Goal. Welcome to the bigger pockets. Podcast man good to have you in the shed. Thanks for having me on. Manus good to be in person how to marry. Yeah so tell us a little bit about how you got into the wide world of investing. Actually before you do that. how old are you. i'm two and three quarters coming. Twenty-three in okay. So that's that's a very young age and and give us a quick before you got how how you got into real estate. Give us a quick look under standing. What do you do. what's your thing. I like sesame. I want to set the table comparable to know like like what you have right now. Can what your business looks like. And then we'll go into how you got into that. So how in depth. You'll get your just give us a broad overview of your current business so broad overview right now we have an off market direct sell the company and renton washington's way of an office two thousand square feet tales managers guys a whole team and right. Now we're doing ninety percent wholesale so to sell on those deals other investors in ten percent flips. We have three flipped going on right now bound so transitioning into that slowly but still primarily also okay and then tell approximately like much volume in a year. Do you do like the last year. Like what have you. What have you done like what kind of like red zone in the past year We do about six to eight transactions a month in the seattle area so before that we were in four different states that number was higher but right now back down six to eight and just comfy and of the three main counties around seattle so whatever that comes out to seventy eighty deals year. Wow okay. that's crazy. I did like i think three wholesales once in a in a five year period and that was i was impressed with myself. I'm still. let's go into how you got started. How'd you get in your young guy with that. Most people be jealous. Jealous of unwind. Yes oh growing up Grew up in real estate family. So my my great grandma started a brokerage called rude realty which one of the first broken all the seattle are. You d you d okay. Sounds yeah okay. are you d. that was abroad. No i've been practicing your name wrong. The rude we've hung out a number of times we've poker together. Yeah exactly and i called you root rud time just let it slide. Tell people the next time it's back to rhodes. He pronounces a lot of words wrong. But don't feel bad rough instead a roof magazine and stop produce anything on accident so she was kind of the she much my whole family in real estate so then my grandparents they did a lot of commercial stuff in seattle. They own a bunch of buildings. She was an agent and then my mom got in the business. She became an agent In my brother followed her growing up Anytime i wanted to make money or be involved at all. I was you know going with her to open houses but he signs out for the open houses and i was a staging she got a staging company on the side. So i was moving furniture around so it's always around the business in some way so transitioning to when i actually wanted to make make money nationally going real estate license at eighteen nineteen left school after semester and i absolutely hated hated hated or being a residential real estate and switch brokerages three times. Of course it was the brokers those a problem of course. I showed up to every sales meeting that with everyone else. That was not my fault shift. Have you still. I sat on facebook a couple of hours a day. Scrolled through few post. How they cold called my sphere which eighteen or nineteen. Yeah they tell you to cocoa your spirits. You're graduating high school soon. How's that how's that looking. You wanna buy a house yeah so it was brutal It was a was making like a couple hundred bucks a month. Just doing like showings rather agents. And then the third brokerage. I moved to was an off market company where they were doing every tuesday night. They'd bring a bunch of investors and and they they would show them what was going to be coming to auction that week and they'd pretty much done go to auction That's what they're running their company so i learned stats out of the business and how they are creating their own inventory at unlike. That seems like something. I can get behind because people don't care what my ages then eighteen nineteen twenty rather than seattle. Sono miller house. Yeah someone's going on here. Sorry and then couple nights later. Like i've learned about wholesaling. Buddy ra- applebee's semi origin story appetizers. We shared how good there's wings it was until i survived college. Right there and We're on instagram. And this desire to young guys in the area had posted this forty thousand dollar check on her instagram. And so i was like. What are these guys doing of they can do. We can do it kind of thing to the next day. He came to my My parents house is living our parents at the time and Up and they're pretty much. Attic started cold calling end for the next three months before we got a deal. We're just sitting up in that room cocoa every single day.

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"applebee" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Fill in for Applebee's. The vote there the book straight shooter. He knows insurance. He's on your side. He'd love to help you one more time. I like that better dance. I like the book. It's pretty good nationwide is when I say so myself. It's better and dance there. It is a little weak In short, the menu hoagie and Nation yours. Way love. You've check out Jeff move dot com Nationwide is indeed on your side. All right. You wanted an answer, Hampus. So it'll be a rather Adam, you are up on on the On the revolving door that is the Bears tight ends. I'm assuming that Dimitri's Harris is out there because he conglomerate but somehow he's always in a position where he needs now catch the football if he can't do that. Yeah, but I remember I remember seen against the Panthers two weeks ago, a multiple miss blocks by the meter in Paris when I went back to Washington, take, um I also remember Clancy Morrone, who O B brought up raving about Ah, black hole, commit head against the Buccaneers a couple weeks a few weeks ago, so You know what I don't have. I wish I had a better answer. This is of all the things I can't explain to me. Why a second round pick that appears appears to know howto block. He appears to know how to run routes. He appears to know howto catch. He appeared to know what's going on with the play book, and it's really hard to do all those things with tight end and rookie of the NFL. Why Cole commits on playing more. And especially when they keep telling us every week that he's gonna play more, so I I can't explain it. And the other thing I want to point out on this topic is to me. Because he did finally Play more snaps and Dimitris Harris yesterday, but it was only two. There are still an enormous gap. Between Jimmy Graham, I think played 70 and in front of me here, 76% of the snaps Jimmy Graham, Dead and cold commit played 32% of the steps. I'd like to see that. Number Come closer together, too, because I think commits. Earn it. You use the second round pick on a tight end who looks like he can play any only on the field for 32% of the gate. If he plays a position in Maggie's point out about how he's the wide side. He's not. You tied it. Well, you gotta figure out how to get the white kind and on the field more because if if he's only playing 32% of game, you should have drafted that position. You shouldn't use that pick on a different position. Why are you all right? Let's talk about Nick Foles. As I said, I think the hidden hand that can save this season is Nick Foles. We know he's been in different programs. Different times, then six, not offensive sets. They're playing Dan. But but but But again, there has to be again. You know on I made this point last week. In the press conference met Maggie brought up the fact the Bears were five and one Nine separate times. In other words, he's saying to anyone that's questioning anything that's going on. Hey, we know what we're doing. Okay, buddy, get your mouth shut. So that's the what he's inferring. But the bottom line is the only one who may be able to say Last time I checked, you don't have a Super Bowl ring. I do. Let's talk about some of these idiotic plays and play designs and player personnel packages. You're going out there with me that aren't working. Let's try. Do you think that this is possible? Do you think in some crazy, you know, distant land far away that Navy would be open to this. Well, I would hope so. I mean, this is what I'm so what I did when I started talking about the idea of playing Mitch. It's not. It's really has nothing to do with the belief that mixture risky affects anything over Nick Foles what it has to do it. The fact that there is the only time in the mat Maggie era where they were showing a different often. I'm talking about the beginning. Beginning of the season with Yes, yes, heavier packages. You what I just said about getting cold comment on the field. They were running three tight end. A good amount. Okay, The second they went to Nicole, that all went out the window. And so it doesn't really have to do with the quarterbacks as much as it has to do with the fact that the offense of line looked better. When mixture Boesky was out there and it's not because it's Mr Vicky. It's because of what was being run. Tau help Mitch getting that. Amen. Yeah, You know what I'm getting at here is Why can't Nick hold run that? Why did they have to get away from that stuff? Just because miss polls came in, Miss Bowles is a smart quarterback. The only thing is he's not as mobile but still be worked in that you can find solutions for that. Why not run more of what? They ran the first three weeks of the season? Mr Whiskey because they had a running game they were averaging over 100 yards of game more than that rushing those first few weeks. And by the way, if you haven't checked, the Giants are a great team. I understand that they actually have a really good run defense. The Bears ran all over the giant in week two. With a different offense, So they've got to go back to. That is what I believe. Well, the last month We have ran 71 times 175 yards to point for three yards per carry that well, that that's get your beat. You know, every week. Now how we We've gotten the five into it's smoke and mirrors, And obviously the Rams exposed a lot of that last night. Do you think that that is a possible ability for the Saints this weekend, and I personally I'm not scared of the Saints, the saints of the same team. They have their different and a lot of different aspects, and we'll talk about that next hour. But as we closed down here, let me also know a little blame on the defense. You know, we talked about the bears being a top five defense. It's many points during the course of the game and looked to me like the Rams were just touring with us. They really They had a lead, and it's like they didn't care, and they ran the ball for 161 yards and especially down close to the goal line in the Red Zone. They ran over us. Do you have any idea what the solution to that might be? Well, I know what the problem is. And and the problem is. I think there is a solution for this because to me it come down to miss tackles. I know that this medical, but they've had games. Like against the Panthers, where they played really, really good defense. They flew to the football. Multiple guys came in and made the tackles and made the stops. They just want to me. I thought they were out of control like that. I think that that showed up there were there were too aggressive. They they were flying in out of control on tackles, and it was also leaving the penalty. So to me, the two biggest problems with the defense Are they lead? The league in penalty is on that side of football, which is a giant problem that needs to be cleaned up. But I don't know if you guys know this. The pairs have allowed 33 runs on at least 10 yards this season, so 10 Yard runs 10 or more yards. That happened 33 times, which is an alarming number. It's second most In the NFL, the on ly team that has allowed more to the Dallas Cowboys. You guys have all the Cowboys. That's the worst in the league, and they've allowed 34. So that's a problem. It needs to be cleaned up. I've called this defense Wiki. I think that's a good way to put it because they're pretty good defense. But they're leaking against the run and they got it cannot be given up 10 yards of pop and then throw in a penalty on top of it. That's happening too much. They're giving opponent way too many first out Adam, We have to think about the O B had a really good one. But we'll do it with cars going up after nine o'clock, we gotta we gotta pay the bills here. Hey, and we'll talk to you next next Wednesday night. We're not on next Tuesday night because the election So Wednesday night next week, 7 to 10, right? Every election. Thanks, Adam. I'm talking about that. Good day. Adam Hogan 7 20 W Jen.

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Apple announces new products at October event

AppleVis Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Apple announces new products at October event

"We have just watched an October apple event with new iphones. My name is Dave Nathan. This is the apple this extra and I'm joined by my wonderful colleagues from. Applebee's we have Scott. Thomas Tumble and tighter Stephen, what we did today that was interesting was apples. I am not apples high-speed event. Which introduced new iphones the log awaited iphone twelve and a new mini home pod. So let's get into talking about what was that. They showed us and what we made it all it was a pretty There were straight into it. I gotTA say Tim came on stage was no. Nothing about numbers or You know the usual marketing stuff that they put it the start he was just straight in there with Hallo. Here's some new stuff. So long enough that your dad had anyone else. Definitely I I noticed that too like. Wow. There aren't any numbers nothing just like straight to it is like I I loved the description with good as always and I thought the you could tell that the the quality they were trying to do the presentation was right there. I mean, it had all these things kind of zooming in zooming out like the part wearing. One of the part where they were demonstrating a family using the. The home mini right and at the very end, one of the major comes in front of them. So it wasn't like they were separate it was like, oh It was and but you know even though with all those. Useless facts I thought they presented way more details than usual and in the devices themselves. Definitely A it was a it was a slick operation I think again today I think we're going to use to these. Deterred I think we've heard of this non live event and I am yeah. I. Think they're they're pretty slick actually it was just over an hour I think in our ten minutes there but so. The puck a fair bit in their. Kicked off with the home pod. Many. So. Obviously, there's the main homepage has been out for how long three or four years or something on. Quite expensive and hasn't. been a huge success This one comes in a much, much more reasonable ninety, nine dollars. And apart from that like the sticking to you know the main points of at are. You know very much high quality audio declaim very good Seri- intelligence. That's obviously debatable depending on who you speak to. Security features. Like Intercom. So do any of us guys you guys 'em home pods as it is because I know I don't diamond the. Echo I'm Lee. I don't. Either I have an echo. I don't have a home pod, the full version neither. I I went with the A lady platform won't say the name by the way. Somebody was US tweeting that every time they would say, Hey s I. R I Siri kept activating on their phone. That's kind of a problem. With. All of you guys I don't think any of us have home pod and she simply just kind of costly. Yeah. So with this one, then tweak. tweak. Your interest. On. Your does now is ninety nine dollars. Yeah I definitely will sit down and take a look at it. I am seriously thinking about it that is within the price I would pay for something like that.

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"Are I'm with you on that Jason? Yet, when you shadows out. Blue Brownie from. Albee's sounds like it's a high quality Brownie but had a Brownie not travel as anya and that sounds outrageous. I'd probably die need consumption of said. Desert. Bite it, the I love the idea of it. It's a great name for marketing perspective like if I. If I was at Auburn I would I would tease the table about how we might have to order it on principle because it's such an outrageous dish. So, kudos on an for for coming out with chocolate lasagna. It's an apples and comparison. I want to pick to the national chains that had different things to offer that way like the debate will be interesting like only it's worth it to compare like to cheese to olive garden you know or like Karabelas to off garden because I think. The conversation gets like Canada all like you. Either think Arabas has better food than it's worth paying for your dislike deals are. Just to P CARABA sucks fat wean. Then that would be the end of the discussion. So I lay today, bring different things to the table and I think. Jason Really proved his point of the apples and oranges comparison when in the pros and cons list applebee's sports on the TV and olive garden has unlimited breadsticks. I did not realize that they were comparable. But that is interesting. It is interesting to like how many people are like. The unlimited food is definitely better than live sports. At that's an important thing to note. Because I really think about that but Auburn Doesn, I have, TV's it actually does pretend to be like a real restaurant. So yeah. There's no distractions. TV's you're like, chill our garden bar, which is probably its own. Like micro like? Ecosystem in of itself. So Jason Thank you so much for your comment and damn. We have a lot of comments. So I am going to do my best tear. Tons of votes for Olive Garden and I try to skip over that didn't give. Love. We got brandy from havertown. Pennsylvania is a brandy she says applebee's one dollar drinks get..

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"The deal applebee's at the time was like all of their after. OFF THEIR APPS were half off. After nine PM. So you get like three APPS and with the half off price they re like. Average like five bucks each. So with like tax in tip. It like under twenty dollars and you got the taste like three different things and you were getting fifty percent off, it just felt great and you could go top on it. Because if you went with some people, you basically get or the whole lake APPs section of menu and taste everything. So I really dig that I like the variety. I think that's why are really appeal appealed to me because I was do I don't WanNa like Od. On just two items I wanna go to a place inexperienced. Than G. Austin Super Salad. But I. Don't know this to for Tuesday deal that sounds like a new promotion. APPLEBEE's in today's world maybe it's like. You get to answer. The President wonders on the nets knives goes what I had back in the day. So under those circumstances yes. Off Guard Alm is lot Bitar Kristen thank you so much for your comment we have Mike Mike, we're you from where were you hitting from? Bro Were you at? He is in Chicago Mike from Chicago. What is up? He says The only real argument I'm seeing for guard is the fact that they give you unlimited food not that they give you good food. I'm not saying you can get quality at either one. But I like a restaurant a doesn't pretend. If all garden is when you're here, you're family. Applebee's should be you know is good when the menu sticks to the table you little pig. Applebee's all the way. Yeah that is true to why does the menus at these restaurants always stick to the table? So wild, it's like they got someone on staff to like wet, wipe the tables down, but they need to light. The Guy that drives the tables now as always on vacation like was happening there. It's weird. Just. Just it's got to do the wax off to not just wax on come on. Now you gotTa get both in the situation. My that's that's true. I alluded to that right before your comment as I feel like. You can't I'm not big on unlimited. Why see that it's non seller to me it sounds like the places kind of. But. That's the way I view the world you know. So we all got different O. Vase. That's why these conversations are fun. Are we another Mike and this Mike is from. Malvern Pennsylvania was Mike he says. My brother and I were once forced to have dinner at the applebees in in Gola Indiana, we had to be careful not to discuss politics with each other because I shot at the applebees in Angola. Indiana is no way to die. All Garden doesn't salt their pasta water so I'd still rather eat at applebee's in Angola Indiana..

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"GARDEN You may not be onto to drink because you're an orphan child, but you are family there and you now have family and that's pretty sick so. Shout outs I'll garden for I guess. Making orphans feel better. You know. It's pretty lit on actually GONNA keep that Strat in mind if one of family members die in order to feel like I'm with a complete family, I will go off garden and A let everyone know they're doing that for me You know. I'll be like, hey you. My parents, they passed away when I was young. My brother he died a from virus the you know came from a bat. and. My Wife She's she's no longer in the situation either I don't WanNa talk about how she passed. It's very embarrassing, but it's it's I'm just really glad you guys. Let me interrupt your dinner and I just want to let you know that the fact that I'm here I know the family your family is great to have family again I think that's you know the experience everyone that goes out to dinner at our guards before you know. Because Inbetween Chops on that like tenth round of Brazil's they're going to be like, yeah, do. that. Is why I came her. You know 'cause that's why the breadsticks end. The suit slash salad is located. So you can sit there long enough for someone the counting your my family now you so much. Angelina thank you so much for your comment. We have Nicole from Philadelphia Pennsylvania what Nicole she says either salty crackers over the sink. Always. Eating saltine crackers. Think. Crazy comment. Anyone. Four or five years have done this dog as I've never had anyone do that. That's so funny. People have taken the bowls in like crazy directions they've been like. You know F- applebee's an olive garden's Chili's is where you need to. Know, they'll just throw in a third option. But Nobody's giving us out of the home like what they're doing in the present. Tense. Like she's she's said, hey, you should eat saltine crackers otis ink instead of these places she literally said that's what I'm doing. Brighton how The goal you rule. Thank you for that silly comment. That was awesome. We have. Kristin Kristin, where do you hail from I'd like to know. More about y'all. You aren't Philadelphia Pennsylvania. What is Kristin? She Says Olive Garden the breadsticks beat to for to Tuesday any day of the week and you're always eating good not just in your neighborhood who? Very true like you turn Applebee's slogan. itself. That's fair. That's true yeah. I would imagine the food is the same. Allegri Olive Garden's probably drop shipped in from secret corporate olive. Garden labs you. Probably next to some kind of like. NASA testing facilities in the desert or whatever. I A hasn't gone a Lotta love yet, but I'm a huge fan. I was a huge fan back in the day of Applebee's I picked Albee's allegory day of the week. You know ten years ago when I was going to these kinds of places still and the reason being was I was a night now. So.

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"Cheaper. But I can understand not wanting to cook. However you should be able to cook pastas easy. Under the influence of said. Herbs. What? The Gardens Ziti is just like. Is While I'm so three head Oh my gosh dude I am. Man I must have had said herbs before I started recording. Didn't even realize that this is code for drugs. That's my new take our maybe I'm still just bring down now. Yes. That makes sense if you go to olive garden with negative cheese and somehow you're unlimited soon, breadsticks is not enough I agree with cavins play just spending extra five bucks in bringing munchies home with you. Especially, if you know you're GonNa have munchies later and you just went out for regular now. I one hundred percent agree with that play. If already has like a part of their menu dedicated to like cheaper takeout that is pock I'm down with that. I've never heard of were remember Albee's having a similar feature. So that's sick I liked Alica. Calvin thank you so much for your comment and thank you for your comments always I. Apologize that. Took me some time to get through it? All right we got dave. This gentleman is definitely from Rhode Island. I'm I think I got my peoples mixed up here. Not My regular comment whores. Yes, we got dave from Paul Tuck it. Rhode. Island was up Dave he says Olive Garden no question. Wow unlimited soup salad breadsticks are one of the best deals when you are looking for H. cheap satisfying lunch the hottest take though all garden has the gold standard for Coca Cola I consider myself a Coca, Cola critic and no other CO competes with Oj, perfect amount of syrup to water ratio, perfect carb and. Always. In Cold less I've gone to og just four the coke. Dave Dude. I'm loving. This comment I'm so glad you explained yourself because there's like. There's this I think it's an Andy Warhol comment. He says something like there's nothing more democratic than a can of coke. because. The president can't get a different or better version than like a bum on the street 'cause every can of coke is like nearly identical. Was Interesting to hear you say that your goal credit and that the Coca Cola varies where you go. But when you when?.

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"That sounds like Mike's Prerogative Mike. Thank you so much for sharing. All right. We got mark. From, let's see I'd leave Rhode Island just be ser- Tom. Than come through here. Out. Greensburg Pennsylvania very wrong. Mark from Greensburg Pennsylvania was up he says, I can literally have as much soup and bread sticks the whole time at Auburn was they give you those Andy's mints. When you leave, that's actually a point against them. I can't stand those John's is really going to give a quick google right now Andy's minutes if they're what I think they are. I way, they might not be I think there. Are. Only these things either. But I was definitely thing is totally different for anyone who's not familiar Andy's men is. Like a mini candy bar because you know after you've had. An unlimited amount of breadsticks. is definitely good to chase that candy bar. That's definitely. A diet preferred diet for sure. But. This is a two thin layers of chocolate and I guess like a mint filling in between like. And it's not the midfield is not encased. So actually looks like a Sandwich and away. Allen I'm not a big fan of theirs trump's I was thinking of the white. Circles the red. pinstripes on them those mince Yucca. Rone's dude. I'm not a fan of. Yeah like I said with Mike. If you're down with the, you know never ending hot beverages getting poured down your throat. While your In some. Maybe. Heated. Probably heated maybe not baked bread. You know I can't vouch for our going to venture guests here. I'm GONNA imagine the soup and res- six or not s tear. They're not the top shelf. That soup and bread sticks can offer. I just don't think that's how unlimited works you know what I mean like. The best crab legs that you can get in the world are not at the cold country buffet. They're crab legs might be great and they're probably maze for let you have as many as you want but not going to be the best ones. The best ones. They, they ration those because they can charge more so. Unlimited if your purpose for eating is I want as many calories as possible. I don't care where they came from other form. Then, turning olive garden into. Never ending buffet makes sense..

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"Many people can't be wrong. So you should start getting right treat yourself to the happy meal or big Mac today. It's the way of the people is the way back on track in your life. Families do this applebee's versus versus off garden, which is better and why all right we got Mike from fairmount in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. What is Mike? He says even though Olive Garden is about as authentically Italian as Sushi. Do they do have unlimited SUV. Bristles. Okay so many guests. By the Syntax of his sentence, he is picking, Olive Garden. Based on unlimited soon, breath six. But he is admitting that all garden. Is Not Italian. I guess my head when he wrote this. As, Italian. As Sushi, I just automatically put my brain leg. Yes. Sushi is authentically Japanese says like I don't know what? You're trying to say aren't Super Italian I guess he's trying to say the opposite. But is not I think it's kind of Italian. There's a time people will like it. Maybe this time if you aren't Italian another imposters who knows. Funny though that all garden narrowly known for. Their olives. Right like they should have an olive bar. Or have more Allah forward dishes did you not? Know for literally giving you nonstop residents in soup. Which is pretty pod you know a uses od on carbs cranes. which is your prerogative it's a move you can do. With agency in your life. So Og Olive Garden. They are offering that applebee's not offer that. So if you. If you love if you hate Atkins and you love..

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"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

Full Belly Laughs Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"applebee" Discussed on Full Belly Laughs Podcast

"Hello and welcome to win food meets funny. This is the full by last podcast. I'm your host, Brian Durkin and we are very exciting episode. Honestly considering we've done two, hundred and forty-six before this, you don't need to listen to them but. I'm shocked. We haven't done. This topic is a very exciting topic. We're pitting applebee's versus off garden get into more after the jingle you onto. Time. You. While you done A. Half enough. To. Belly, laughs. that's.

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Should You Start Accepting Apple Pay?

The $100 MBA Show

06:10 min | 1 year ago

Should You Start Accepting Apple Pay?

"One of the reasons why I'm doing this lesson today on apple pay is it's something that I actually looked into a few months ago. I did a massive amount of research on. This is worth actually incorporating in our website in our payment process. Depending on your website could be something as simple as just flipping a switch or a custom solutions is can take some time and money in our case it's the latter. So I wanted to make sure before we invested the time in adding apple pay that is actually the right time to do it something that we should do now and will benefit us in the future. So I did all the research for you. Let me tell you what I think first of all, let's talk a little bit about apple pay is applebee's basically apple's mobile Wallet most of US know about apple pay because it's either incorporated in a iphone that you have or somebody you know that has an iphone were they pay Vajpai wave where they just you know bring their phone to credit card machine and a charges their account. This is just one aspect of apple pay, which is the NFC aspect the near field communication aspect where basically it's like the tap and go technology but apple pay is a lot more than you can actually pay via apple pay if you're an apple device for online transactions because has already secured safely your credit card information and really with a double click on your phone or A click of a gun on a laptop with a touch ID, you can pay for things the fast way you could pay for anything and many big websites have caught on said, wow, this is actually a very, very fast way for people with apple devices to pay for goods I'm talking about online websites not even in physical stores. If you're in a physical store is a no brainer. You need to have NFC technology where you have tap and go where you're utilizing the whether it's apple pay or competitor like Samsung's. Even some credit cards now that have that built in but when it comes to your online store, apple pay again is a fast way for people to just use the stored information that's on their device on their computer on their phone or on their ipad to pay for things with a single click. Now, what's intriguing about this technology is basically allowing your customers to have as fast as a checkup process as they do with something like Amazon where They save all your credit card information you add to car or you just pay immediately and it's done. Amazon's really locked that down and it's the one of the reasons why they have such rapid growth and Jeff visas as one of the richest men that ever lived in the history of humankind and that technology that fast checkout is one of the reasons why Amazon so successful. So imagine you can borrow the experience in put it into your own. Website and that's really why I wanted to look into this because it really allows people to have a seamless checkout experience. The step where you at your payment details online for any transaction is the step where you're going to experience the most friction. This is where there's the most likelihood for people to abandon car. You can remove that friction altogether with something like apple pay you are one step ahead you're really gaining a competitive advantage from your competitor. And allowing your customers have a better experience. Now, of course, this is only relevant for those who have vices, and of course, apple pay should be an additional form of payment. So they can pay by credit card that you pay by apple pay. You might even want offer pay pal. The point here is is that it should be in addition to traditional credit card payment and you might be thing wall You know how many people actually using this Will there's two stats that really compelled me to say this is an important thing to implement in your website number one, five percent of all transactions online are paid with apple pay already in two, thousand and nineteen it's five percent you can increase your sales. Simply by offering this okay. Second in just five years from now in twenty twenty-five, the projection is ten percent they're going to go from five to ten percent in that short amount of time one and ten payments online are going to be with apple pay. You might be thinking what else ago well, another thing that makes people believe the apple's going to take over the carless payment is the sheer growth of the company itself apples at a tremendous pace. It's already the most valuable company in the world just hit a two trillion. Dollar valuation the Most Valuable Company in American history apple has already started to sell products at all different price points and they're not just an expensive product. Now, where you know you buy an iphone for twelve hundred dollars, they have iphones for five hundred dollars. Now they have the I watched, they have ipads for four hundred dollars. The point is that they want to get you in the ecosystem as early as possible as many people as possible because in all of that they on the same kind of software that will incorporate. Apple Pace, you'll be able to pay for things on those devices. Even if it's a four hundred dollar device, it's not an expensive piece of hardware. So applebee's only going to grow and experts have already said that you know paypal still the leader in online transactions and online payments, but they're starting to lose footing an apple CERNA gain on them and it all has to do with the fact that it's so seemless in order for you to pay for anything on pay pal if you're on a website, you choose the. PAYPAL option, and then the next sends you to pay pal and then you've got to sign into your pay pal and then you've got gotta authorize and you have to confirm. So it's a few steps and then you go back to the car and then you check out with apple pay. The experience is literally just choosing applegate and checking out you know you're going to confirm on your device either through face id or with touch ID, and it's a done deal over.

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Kim Kardashian West is the next superstar celebrity to snag an exclusive podcast deal with Spotify

Colleen and Bradley

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Kim Kardashian West is the next superstar celebrity to snag an exclusive podcast deal with Spotify

"Tell us about Kim Kardashian's house okay she is just doing things and actually here's the thing I think you might be interested in so Kim Kardashian west's that lovely lady of many media has entered into a deal this time with Spotify which put a pin in that to do a podcast not only to host a podcast but produced and hosted all only Simplon gas when I first saw the that story I thought well of the things that I want to listen to the world and I do list do a fair amount of Parkinson's I don't know that I really care what Kim Kardashian has to say all through them because the first story I read said we don't really know what she's going to talk about then I came across the story which purported to know what they're going to talk about it in fact she's not going to be alone and I might just wanna listen let me tell you more okay so according to who the Wall Street journal I read that every morning with my English muffins do you really know do not okay I was both surprised that you read it every morning and the evening last month and I don't mind I don't I don't do either of those things that you're lying I'm lying I was sitting on my couch this morning in pants and I read that for this as yet untitled project Kim will be joined by Emmy nominated television producer Lori Rothschild and salty as a co producer and host Amazon salty brings experience into this arena but it's the contact excuse me the B. R. content of this podcast which I think you might find interesting you know she's been studying for the bar right right she wants to be a lawyer not like that yeah not like the bar where you go drink not like that Applebee's neighborhood grill and bar exactly well it doesn't require a lot of studying she's also worked with the innocence project which seeks to use DNA to I'm just reading the thing D. N. A. technology and testing to help exonerate wrongly convicted people and you know she even like lobbied president trump's to help commute the sentence of Alice Marie Johnson yeah right all of those efforts will combine with ms on salty who by the way has worked most recently as an executive producer on investigation discovery's the face of evil it sounds like this is going to be a criminal justice reform podcast beams podcast

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How to be an "ally" to the black community

Jason and Alexis

02:50 min | 2 years ago

How to be an "ally" to the black community

"Is what can we do a crew out how can white people be better allies to people of color how much time do we have time you know there are a couple of things and one is a of a really nice segue to the last point that was made in that act my sense when I'm applying a land of empathy to the the response of others who live with Hey all lives matter in response the black lives matter which is that it is the diminishing of a unique experience and it's often in my observation in service to resisting change it will not change but also it's resisting an uncomfortable conversation yeah it's resisting reckoning with an uncomfortable truth and soul one of the things that thing that your listeners and you and and and other white folks to do is to resist the urge to minimize uncomfortable conversation I can't tell you how many times I've sat around tables with major decision makers policy makers are aware the work in it okay on equity in name at the moment the the topic of rate than in more specifically racial inequality or oppression it comes up it goes over like a lead balloon right I've gotten really good at using the term equity in it it's become somewhat of a buzzword for Applebee's build located thank you what without any real commitment to the notion which is sharing power which is now listening to those who are directly impacted by whatever changes that you're trying to create and leveraging their lived experience and form the work going on we have a lot of people were lack of anti degrees and expertise academically or maybe even in practice but not necessarily on the receiving end of that practice for making decisions for folks who have answers but lack access to resources lack access to eight year back act if you look back on and so one really tangible way to be an ally is the job listing to read the thirst of defend yourself don't be defensive honor someone else's experience lean into curiosity you better comfort and information for where you've got more learning did you we all have not like I'm only learning I'm not an expert at all right and I'll play but I'm

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"applebee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Us pick a big chain Applebee's buffalo wild wings any place that sells a ton of burgers and has lettuce and tomato I I provide them their their vegetables I I will I have corporate contracts to to sell into universities that's all my green beans it's great market and now that's closed and they always buy them in fifty pound bags now I only sell cars in fifty pound bags because that's the only size they want so in my inventory the only thing I have a large cellophane bags you know no one cares how the characters look because that's just how they taste that's all that matters but you put that into a retail setting doesn't work so I let's say I'm so sorry I mean I'm a dairy farm and I have a big contract with schools I'm selling all my milk in five gallon bags I don't mean jokes some five gallon gallon batch I sell half pints because that's what the third greater strength right now you can't sell half right is there no way somehow for it for those farmers or four G. someone to figure out how to get that product to people who really need food right now so there is a way and that's happening there are a lot of efforts going towards trying to get food into people's hands and into food kitchens Chester you know it's the duty everywhere if you have extra food and you can't sell it you need to give it away and there are lots of places to do that some items are harder than others I would say I can tell you that milk is very hard to donate because milk has to be kept under forty degrees at all times otherwise you are creating an additional problem that is not true with many many other things it's true with check in it's not true with fruits and vegetables it might be a little soft soggy even cheese okay so it's got a little a little mold on it you can scrape that off it's not gonna kill you there's a lot of food out there and there's a lot of food that's trapped in the system right now that was already picked and harvested and shipped that really should find a way to people that need it Dandurand at five acre farms ABC news has reviewed a FEMA document that said dairy product image has fallen by as much as fifteen percent of the retail purchase limits and food service closures coming up we're going to speak to Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg I'm Erin cutters ski we're listening to ABC news special the school may be seen news special continues after this hi it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the Hey Jimmy it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos mad harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that.

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PoolCreationsInc.com | Making a Splash by WOWing Your Customers with PoolCreationsInc.com Founder, Jeff Landburg

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

09:00 min | 2 years ago

PoolCreationsInc.com | Making a Splash by WOWing Your Customers with PoolCreationsInc.com Founder, Jeff Landburg

"Yes yes yes. And yes now kindle for today's show I do not want you to fill me. I want you to film the Glorious Pool so you have to get out of here and go film the pool because on today's show we're talking to a man who's making a big splash in the also pool industry. Jeff Landsberg welcome onto the lifetime. Show how are you sir? I'm doing great. I appreciate yes. Can I am so fired up to have you on the show in Devon is it okay if I tell you a little story that are you. Are You Mike? They're doing okay. Is it okay if I tell you a little story? Go for it okay here. Here's a little story. My wife and I we decided we were going to put a pool outside which kindles filming right now and I am. This is how I roll this Devon. I like to call a lot of different people at one time. I like to call four five six vendors. Whatever true I do if I'm going to hire a key employee interview ten people for the position if I'm going to hire someone to remodel a house salt of the interview five or six contractors so I asked multiple people who I like and trust Said who is the pool. Guy That you would recommend and do you know. Do you know Devon did the name I kept hearing over and over and over and over. Who Was it by the way around those fantastic youthful? I kept hearing that Jeff. Lindbergh was the guy. He was like the Unicorn. Now let me tell you who all said he. I should use this guy. Dr Joe Lie and did you build a pool for Dr Joe There? I did did April call you or did Joe Call You. I believe Joe Is when initially contacted me but then we met with April to make sure. We're doing exactly what she wanted. I WanNa make sure shows hip compliance. I'm not asking for any more secrets. They're all I can say. Is that April once. She heard that Joe had recommended you. She got on the bandwagon and she goes no no no. No no no no no no. He's the best like you need to stop talking to other people and you've been around misled by. She's a dentist. She's a hardworking lady. And you know when she's passionate about something. I mean she was like stop. Don't even stop the conversation. Stop talking to other people and I'm like April. Let's your wonderful client. I did her wedding years ago. I'm GONNA keep shopping. I just saw I called asked for other references and then Dr Kirkpatrick who works with Dr Lie. He recommended you and then somebody at the. What is the golf course? What is the golf course in a Wassot Patriot? Golf course those guys recommended you and then somebody who I knew knew. Somebody said that you built the pool for Shangri law. Is that correct? That is correct. Yes sir how in the world have you built such a great reputation or are you paying these people? Unfortunately that was a case we'd been out of business a long time ago. Okay well you're having a lot of success now so I wanNA start off at the very beginning. What was your life like a growing up as a kid and you know where. Where did you grow up? Actually I grew up in the East Tulsa area in a town cockatoos which is where we still live and it's actually our businesses located. I'm one of four brothers We were a I would say low to middle income family and what that equates to basically is. I fortunate I was the second oldest brother so I only had to wear my older brothers. Close unfortunately my youngest brother. He had four groups close. Oh wow the time it got down to him and that was Kinda how it was back in those days but but we learned early on that my parents care of our needs but any time we wanted something at that point we had to go out and we had to work for it. What did your parents do? My Dad was an instructor at a at an avionics school here in Tulsa and my mother was actually a nurse. So when did it occur to you that you wanted to become the pool guy you know because a lot of people out there that don't ever unfortunately find they're calling or something they enjoy doing? A winded occurred to you. I love pools. Well it's it's a little bit of a story if I can kinda start at the beginning and you can make a short story long if you want to. Because that's the podcast and our listeners. Love the story so you can give it anyway. What happened was whenever I graduated high school. Actually join the military. I went to the Army Aviation Division of the military went through my training and when I got out of my training I was nineteen years old and I was in the army reserves. And I didn't know what I wanted to do. I thought I wanted to have an aviation career but the more I looked into the more I thought well. I'm not sure that's right for me. And so it's kind of ironic. Because my brother was the store manager of a local company here in Tulsa and said. Hey we're hiring people. Would you like to come to work at this company and I said sure why not you know I? I wasn't afraid of work and so I went to work. There is actually as a laborer digging ditches for this company and I ended up staying with this company for ten years really. Yeah and I worked my way up to a foreman with the company and at that point I was twenty eight years old twenty nine years old and I had an opportunity. Economy tanked a little bit in Tulsa. This is back in ninety eight or nine hundred ninety. Excuse me and so a friend of mine was a ups driver and he said. Hey you know what? Why don't you come dry forests because we hire people at Christmas time? You know Christmas drivers for the extra load and so I actually went to work for them driving back in nineteen ninety and they hired me permanently as a ups driver. I did that for two years driving. And then the next six years I wanted to management with them and I was actually in operation supervisor for ups. What did you learn at ups? I've read case studies about ups. I LOVE UPS. We WE GET PACKAGES. Devon the ups packages delivered every day. No Yeah I'm always high five in my guy giving I love that guy. What did you learn during your time at? Ups You know. The biggest thing learned there was how to run a company efficiently especially when I got into the management side of the company. It's a joke when you go into management. Ups If you cut yourself you better bleed brown if you don't believe Brown. They don't want you in management and that was kind of the joke. I think they were kind of serious too about it at some point so but that was kind of how it got along with their but at the age of thirty five years old my wife and I've been married for probably a year to at that time. I always kind of look over at her to confirm everything correctly but I decided I did not want to be part of Corporate America got. I decided and my wife. She was in corporate America too. She had quit her job About six months earlier she a lifeguard in corporate America actually. She has been a lifeguard at this time. She was a vice president for a computer training center in Tulsa got it and so anyway so whenever I told her I said you know what I said. If you want to quit your job Stay home pursue your career. Because she's an accountant she's GonNa take on accounting with different companies and stuff. I'll continue to work for two more years and then at that point we'll make a decision what we WANNA do their life well unfortunately or fortunately have you. WanNa put it about two months after that promise I made to our came home and said guess what honey. I just gave my thirty day. Notice it work and I'm I'm leaving. Ups really and so. You didn't ask her about this. I I don't know if she shaking your head. No so I'm going to say I did not is that a pro tip. Is that a pro tip. Are you recommending for the listeners? Out there to not tell their spouse before they switched careers. It's always better to ask for forgiveness than permission. Okay now I want to ask this because I started my first business. When I was sixteen years old and my parents basement we started what became. Dj CONNECTION DOT COM at the time it was called CMS DJ service. So I don't know I don't really know what it's like to not have my own thing on the side when I worked at Applebee's target and direct. Tv I always worked. I've always had my own thing. Was It scary for you? With what the age of thirty five starting your own thing. And how old were you now? Thirty six I was thirty five years old when you started your own thing at the age of thirty five. Uber had that thought of what have I done just about every day every day. So how did you go out and get the funding to start the Pool Company? Well what we did was Since I've been a management at ups for six years. I'd acquired some stock that was part of the Management Center program that they had and so whenever I left. Ups cashed all that stock in and we figured we could survive on it for probably maybe six to nine months then at that point if things were taken off we were. GonNa go to the line. So how did you? How did you avoid the super? How did you get your ten customers if you can remember well what we did? When we started the company I started out subcontracting to other pool companies. So I I knew how to tile on knew how to excavate a tie rebar so I thought hey I can market myself to these other companies until I can kind of get a foothold on the industry and get things going on our own and I thought why could do that for several months where we did it for about a month then at that point then someone heard about us and next thing I knew we had a pool sold and then another and then another. And then another it just snowballed from there.

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"applebee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Was Applebee's this does not we're doing that Robert thank you so much for giving me a call here I love having just opinions here in the community whether I agree or disagree with them you should be heard and I really thank you for calling us tonight Robert okay and I'm thankful for you listing all right there we go have a great night Robert bye so just a couple of things first of all respect Roberts opinion I respectfully disagree with his opinion I do think it's the old the old saying better to be safe than sorry and I think we're at that place right now a lot of people a lot of people are sitting at home saying we're blowing this way out of proportion this is great we're going nuts over this you know what maybe we are and I know there's going to be repercussions maybe but you know what better to be safe than sorry because we can joke here all day but the the moment you find out this is affecting somebody close to you or you it's a game changer and you wish they were bringing tanks into enforce no curfew I did get a message from a very trusted source that says not true old video of tanks bro and I trust the man who said it so yeah that is a scare to see tanks just coming in on a train but again scare techniques and this is this is part of a problem that we have with the internet part of why this was cost all right we're gonna go down and just take your calls I wanna hear Europe your voice on everything going on so one by one let's start with melody melody welcome to the show how are you okay okay what is this I'm doing well thanks an opinion of this like part of me says no no we should have the curfew like what about R. right but the other part of me says I'm a mother of two teenagers fortunately they listen to me but what about the parents out there they have teenagers and college age kids that are running all around you know it's better to bring them home and bring the men like I do my husband is thirty seven years we turn on the fire department and he's home right now he has a little you know we've had respiratory problems I don't want somebody given him something yep yep you know he gave laid out his life and he struggles with Tory yeah I think honestly it cuts down on crime and also the young people it gives the most I'm from Florida so what just happened to bring break the kids were all out there seeing as long as I can party you care yeah we would have done that and I would when I was a chorus I went up of course he now I'm not going to do that it's sixteen not so little I can get away with it there we go yeah I'm talking about this I think it helps with the you know the the police this year I couldn't agree more it helps for that melody what you're saying is it's not for us it's not for people who it's not a principle of rights it's for these projects that party like come on you can't say that you can't do that you're the problem so thank you for giving us a call if you're still got kids do exactly I do something to kind of protect all of us at our home it's nice to have the curfew it's I mean I wouldn't want that to go on and on and on and on before this time it's not all the other countries are doing that sure Chuck melody thanks for giving us a call here and preach at your opinion on this let's go to John John from lake merry what's your thought Hey Sean jewelry's bloody lake merry how you doing I'm doing well if you don't come deliver me uber eats I don't trust anybody right now just quit two questions who is curfew for seminal county or is it just Orange County I you know I I honestly I don't know the true facts on this you know Casey do you know do you know what the curfew is a curfew came and I've been working non stop since as curfew came in at three o'clock right now it's just ours are still okay as far as I know Hey John I don't know that it that it doesn't include people who are working so if you are working you are good what's your second question all this for as you all know about the restaurants with the take out and delivery but one of our staff our door like seating you know like you see like over Heathrow that a lot of restaurants have our outdoor seating or allowed to drink and serve food or is it take out and delivery for every single restaurant period not any more so as of today no yesterday they were you last night I walked up Park Avenue park and they were serving alcohol and food at restaurants but now it's strictly to go or curbside pick that is that and that is our producer Casey just kill it with the information thanks John Hey we'll luck out there tonight the show on day care all right love you John I didn't yeah but I don't say it back Homer you're on the show includes their show what's on your mind body yeah I don't agree with this curfew because I mean it don't make no sense I mean it doesn't excite will cheer cheery different actor light will keep it yeah not kids will grown adult most of us you know yeah and and what what they don't understand if these first responders continued to that's right you're right now let me ask you it does this affect you personally yes it does I mean okay out well I live in Orange County yeah right and they have no right to kill no grown ups what they can do I agree but however how does this affect you directly well I'm usually going out your clothes your stab at night well the clubs are closed so you should be complaining that they close the club's my friend which clubs are you heading up how are you to mobile will be key I got to those clubs my friend yeah yeah what well and the clubs would be different you got to be six feet away from everybody so the cubs aren't as funny now okay but limits your question yeah all right you know all materials from the you know what is really control what people not being clean in all local people yeah you got some people here do is just pure nastiest Nissan Renault Y. stand alone all I mean it's just nasty yeah well let me tell ya you know yeah people I I saw some guy looking to pull today just for the sake of it yeah the way I mean he wants out he wants out he's tapped out you know that's it all right Hummer thanks for giving us a call I can't wait to hit up a club with Homer he sounds like a good time let's take Stephen welcome to the jungle it's their show give me your thoughts word on the other person stop us with that I mean I understand the club aspect as well as you know I'm not one to argue the concept of putting the curfew in place but at the same time I mean just for a general populace aspect like if I wanted to go travel it's the extra and it definitely does put a damper on it now I'm not trying to go out and party here being a mass trying to gauge the people but even if I wanted to say hello to someone like you say someone that's working late I can't deviate from my plans of going home now because I can't say hello to that person because that would not be deemed necessary exactly yeah you'd go say hello and unless you are Netflix and chilling and staying the night then nah that's not gonna fly with the police on why you're out so it's interesting you know this is the same this curfew to me is like it's it's no big deal you know go home I will get caught but I don't know this is the first night it's a fact it's not a hurricane curfew this is a real because they put in place yeah and I I grew up with from the earliest times of like you know the Charlie and all those hurricanes that came through that and yeah I've seen them all got sent in that aspect and I understand why some places but at the same time I think it does put a damper on just even the social interaction that people are trying to still be mindful out with not going out and like to younger generation which I understand that and I know many of them of now I can't go out and party but even just for me to say hello to a friend now I cannot do that yeah I hear you Stephen wall Jason in the chat says as long as Krispy Kreme stays open he's not going to panic but even if they are open now that we have the curfew you can hit him up Stephen thanks for your thoughts on this my friend no problem have a good night all right let me get your he said you too but I don't think he said I don't think he can say love you yeah do you think now do you have a you have a good one he said yeah I think that's what it was AC the judge on this I I agree Oscar make it quick I want to talk to you for too long yeah what we're out over there we can't do nothing eleven to five in the house was shut down is this official is this an official word because you are and who were in play where'd you get this word from I'm not sure about how to talk to the sheriff oh wow all right so listen Oscar as our official uber representative here and he says there are no way if you are an uber driver that you can be out from eleven to five it makes sense look if there's a curfew in place who you driving around right ask that's correct all right get out of my face Oscar I'm done with the John Isner show the three things you need to three lows in the sixties tonight in Orlando lots of sun and heat tomorrow near ninety on Saturday and Sunday the number of coronavirus deaths around the world has surpassed ten thousand with more than two hundred and forty thousand people infected with the disease in the U. S. there are over thirteen thousand confirmed cases with at least a hundred and seventy six death one Orange County mayor Jerry Jennings at a news conference this afternoon announced a curfew eleven PM to five AM each night but there will be a curfew a countywide here within Orange County inclusive of the municipality's house the only county has now done the same there are exemptions for people going to work medical and government workers as well as first responders when you need dependable information doctor of my romance field.

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"applebee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Applebee's is then you know turning around and giving that money to the V. foundation what's really cool this year and a new program is when you donate five dollars they're giving you two five dollar coupons and a free appetizer for a return visit so incredibly generous from apple applebees partners and of course it's always it's always nice after a couple weeks of this promotion are you look up on the walls and you have all the different basketball's representing all the different local universities how long is this promotion going on with Applebee's this is going on through April sixth okay so you have plenty of time to to take advantage of that again big thank you to the folks at Applebee's for that is of course bring us snacks is as well today we we have course appreciate that the other thing going on it is not too early to mention another one of your big events that is going to be happening this spring that is of course the victory ride this is this is your three yes it is it is our third annual victory ride to cure cancer presented by Brazel family farms is taking place on may sixteenth it's a one day charity event it's gonna be so much fun it's gonna start and end at North Carolina state centennial campus and it offers four different route options would ten thirty sixty a hundred mile routes and also virtual light options for those who can't be there that day and then we're really excited about this new this year we've got an outdoor spin ride options so you can come out and take spin classes the day of the event me how fun is that right everybody on a bike in some way that's right you can sign up with family friends co workers and we have got all different time slots and come on out and ride all for a good cause and the victory right we mention this this is this is your number three and in the the two preceding years they've already raised something like half a million dollars so this is a a huge fundraiser big thanks to Braswell family farms again putting that on eggs for everybody and everybody yeah come on out Braswell family farms to actually do a wonderful breakfast for all the participants before the start of the race and I've I've talked to folks who who'd cycle that they have these last couple years they always talk about you know the the events meet people out there meeting you with hard boiled eggs yes I have read the right bag before you start it's it's wonderful it's protein hit hello areas and and again the nice thing about that is it we can all get involved with no matter what your your level of cycling comfort in the ten mile right I think we can all make that if if we needed two hundred miles that's stretching it out of the way absolutely but yeah there is something for everybody how do you get involved in in signing up for that is that something you have to do as a team or can you do that as an individual you could do it as a team or and as an individual you go to the victory ride dot org we make it really easy to participate we give you all kinds of tips and tools for fund raising and we got training rides training tips and then you can also join us on our toes reining rides throughout the community to get you in shape for that big race day we can't we cannot you know underestimate the the pain you might be and if you try to do a hundred mile bike ride without any training so right got to gear up for it definitely that website again the victory ride dot org you can find all that out you're also working with constellation brands again the the beer division how's this going to work they they have their tenth annual fundraiser I believe yes they have been one of our most loyal supporters throughout the years they have donated more than seventeen point five million dollars to the V. foundation and their campaign is called team up for victory over cancer their brands like metallo and Pacifico are you know favorites with consumers and said through their fundraising initiative they donate over a million dollars every year for the V. foundation so we're excited to have that program back again this year and it's not just constellation beer it's also constellation wines they're involved on their linked up with with Harris teeter for promotion and they're doing a big giveaway tell me about how we can win a trip to the espys yes so you can register for the sweepstakes a participating Harris teeter locations in the southeast and you have a chance to win an all inclusive paid trip to the espys as are usually in early July and LA and said that's sweepstakes three runs through mid April and we hope people will enjoy some consolation wine and register for the sweepstakes and constellation one already committing twenty five thousand dollars to the V. foundation so thank you to them for for giving back the V. foundation not sherry Laura while I have you you both in here I like to take this opportunity to to let you speak about the mission of the V. foundation and and Jim Valvano his story as well as you know how the V. foundation works to really be good stewards of all that money donated for cancer research well the V. foundation was founded in nineteen ninety three by legendary NC state basketball coach Jim Valvano and with the goal of a T. even victory over cancer and we've been so lucky to have ESPN as our partner and together we have awarded more than two hundred and fifty million dollars in cancer research grants nationwide we find all types of cancer at leading edge cancer research.

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"applebee" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Man what a patient and caring man so much so he didn't care that she made out with another guy he was willing to forgive her you can all learn a lot from him it worked out that whole situation on his own you never have to have a serious relationship talk ever and a lot of thought into the heart and blender thing sort of like you went to the macys and bought a food processor and then took it home at four o'clock in the afternoon watch a little TV before you decided to make a smoothie out of my heart remember if you want the number for the loser line just text the word loser LOS ER to seven eight five nine two and we'll give you that phone number that you can give out to somebody is hitting on you so they can call us instead and leave messages like this message Applebee's argue my and from the mall and you're not here obviously so on the back please thanks bye next message Hey it's gonna remember you are it's eight thirty nine but you're going to be her before then please just tell me if you're not showing up so I don't make my entire night waiting here for you thanks bye next message they need to you're going to be here before eight thirty I don't have much longer minute wait and if you get into your account or call me or message me on here like what's going on at least tell me if you're going to come kidnap anytime then I'm not wasting my time waiting in the parking lot right next like every ten minutes all along until until Applebee's closes.

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"applebee" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Good looked up with an old girlfriend and he never really saw a current picture over so we said the matter at Applebee's and the I mean this is not the way I do things but I just thought this was hilarious but he he said to me and this is not the way I describe it but he said she was a troll and I said oh my god and he said I said well how do you get out of it he said we ordered drinks and we sat there talk for a little while and when our and this body mind doesn't hold it pull any punches put some money down on the table that he was going to go to the bathroom and he was out he laughter at the will do thank you that's just me yeah but you know what that's that's the risk you take when you go be with a stranger yeah like I because you know just like it doesn't say anything about you that you can create a profile on on a social media dating app like you're just you're just another person in this world like you know anything's anything's possible people there so damage and desperate got a that that the world that was a sad world I heard I heard SPK J. are talking about dating apps and how like it makes you wonder like the we talk about the way that we see the world now because of social media what is it going to do to like the relationships we keep long term the more dating apps are in you know in in a fact because it just changes the way you look at human beings when you're looking for a relationship it becomes very everybody's like throw away you know I mean like if that person is not good enough at this moment okay there's another one right behind them like things that you may have overlooked in a previous life or or or or or live your life in a certain way they're just gone now because you know there's thirty other women that probably looks somewhat like her right you can swipe on right there so I think all these little things that only in social media but it being directly tied into dating now we'll probably have long term effects on the way that we you know no quite sure and leave relationship well especially if you have old an old school mentality your morals of as far as dating like why do you guys think I have such a hard time dating I want to keep the classic and I wanted to be I wanna recorded and have somebody who believes in monogamy and is not going to swipe right on people every single day if we're not together right and that's gonna be very difficult to find a broken did the dating app world was the most frustrating in same deceitful empty shallow vacuous world in which I've ever lived like it if it seems as if you were digging through the numbers there are people there who were hoping truly hoping to find love but I but then you've got the people who are there just for sex right is probably a lot of it yeah in the people that are that are doing it for all the wrong reasons that they just feel like they're needing lover needing attention in that moment even if it's not sexual thank you no attachments just hook up culture yep no thank you for that we gotta do that we know Ryan just sent me message to a tweet that he at I've had three first states that ended with one a best friend getting hit by a car to murder and three a death before the date even happened he says he's never don never online dating again the queue manager in a girl like you set up the date and he can't get in touch with very like all my gosh blow me off then you find out the reason is because she's dead so the okay I was I was I was struggling to find out who was dead that we had not have obvious so OR so these people these were the dates yeah okay that's from getting hit by a car murder in the death before the date has that is his best friend no no I yeah I know I think it's I think it's his best friend getting hit by a car maybe this guy needs to write a memoir may be but the death before the day happen that's the worst because that says he still had sex with her general level who are you which is a John hi John what's up but so I've I've actually been the friend who had the whole get my friend out of a hook up how that happened well nobody back in high school record for now supposedly wonder girl graduated in eighteen nineteen couple years ago he called me you know take the little brother and say mom wants you home this ticket after we do the deed I wonder what they're telling you guys banging girls that you don't want to hang out with for crying out loud what the hell you're like a little you're likely I don't member pricing thing exactly just that without an adult analog this is who he was my it was do so I go as you can see a wrestler yep yes so let's just that your staff very public or listen to give them a call give me a call to go Hey graph mom's not bill or you got to go all right now she actually uses name whatever well and then he just leaves a latex three I have a question about all right coming up next it's okay it's not okay you knew it had to do with the Kobe Bryant story it has to do with people's immediate reaction afterwards and we're gonna decide if a certain subject being brought up in the wake of the Kobe helicopter crash and fatality is okay or not okay next underground alive if you currently use your local cable company for home security system as of February first which is like this week the cable companies get a disk discontinue all monitoring on your car alarm system you heard me talking about safe that security for a while now they're the experts in home security and they have been for over thirty years they are.

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How to use Apple Podcast with your Alexa devices

AppleVis Podcast

07:22 min | 2 years ago

How to use Apple Podcast with your Alexa devices

"This podcast. I'm going to show you how to use apple podcasts on your Alexa devices now now apple and Amazon have been working closely together to make things more integrated for apple users with her Alexa devices. So in the past we have seen seen apple. Music have been comprised in part of the electric devices. And you're able to access Alexa Devices via Bluetooth. Was Your Iowa Iowa devices as well and now we have the presentation of offering apple podcasts. On your election devices. Why something you'd be interested in? Hey Thomas I can do that. I can ask for podcasts on election devices. But what makes us different. Well I'll tell you what makes us different I for one apple bringing apple podcasts. Impart integration with your election advice is not only. Does it angry something even more but it also. Oh syncs with your apple podcasts. Across the IOS devices meaning that every show that you listen to every thing that you finish finish oriented process of listening something we'll be across your irs. So if I continue on my elective vice and then I want to pick it up later on my iphone on it can do that now. That's one of the reason. The other reason is apple podcasts. Also present over eight hundred thousand different types of podcasts and brings is it straight to your Alexa device now before we proceed on the veil ability of this feature is not available in all countries at this time. So check to see if your country is is eligible for this feature. It is a very easy process now. The first thing you have to do we have a two step process the first step you have to tell Alexa how to use apple podcasts. I'm GONNA show you how to do that. And then second is using the actual Alexa devices to hear all the various commands. Do you have at your fingertips so let's start with Alexa APP itself. This is on your eye west. You have to download your Alexa APP. And we'll begin gin and let's find the Alexa APP here Amazon Alexa double tap to open. Okay Dole tapped open weather forecast for Lee's summit provided by ACCUWEATHER DOT COM now. This is very similar process what we did when we added the apple music to the Amazon Echo at the top left issues the menu button and you but go ahead and do one finger double tap on that advice but now we're going to swipe to the right into we could do settings settings but once we arrived here double tap settings voice responses now. We're looking for music. An podcast sort of swiped to the right communication music and PODCASTS and double tap music and pop music and podcasts. Amazon Music Amazon music. Now I'm GONNA switch to we get to link new services link news service button once you find the link link new services but double tap link link service Sirius Xm l.. Let's continue to apple podcasts. Double Tap apple podcast apple podcasts star rating and I will go to the right to use but in double tap on enable enabling skill Alex S and then once you enter your credentials or if you already have in your credentials. They won't ask for it. You're going to hear something like this. PODCAST service obviously. We WanNa make this default podcast service. When every time time he asked the lady for a podcast is going to use this apple podcasts? Instead set your favorite podcast service fault in music and podcasts settings selective service double tap if if all services all right. Now we're GONNA go to the right into the podcast area. PODCASTS heading there it is so we got to the PODCAST ear. No no go to the right Alexa. Resume my podcast. Selective service and double tap apple podcasts. And we're going to double tap on Apple. PODCASTS US. What we want to make default apple? podcasts elected apple podcasts and there we have it now. Let's get back out of here just to make sure it takes effect back button attack apple podcasts and we are now done. So let's head over to the Aleady device here. Now you can ask for any of your favorite podcasts. You have an and apple. PODCASTS luxa played dot dot podcast playing dot dot a daily five minutes echo demo from Alexa from apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode. DTD Ten sixty eight alphabet game a new skill every day. So as you can hear I invoked the podcast. I wanted to listen if he had never heard of dot dot give that one a world. You may hear me on from time to time if you'd like to resume where you just left off Alexa. Play DOT DOT podcast. Here's dot to dot a daily five minutes echo demo. I'm from Alexa from Apple. podcasts resuming the latest episode. DTD Ten sixty eight alphabet game. Stay we are looking at a skill. Called our for that game You're currently playing the latest episode profession. A country previous plane de ten sixty seven pet buddy new scale every day. Stop and of course you've got all the various things so of course you can do. Applebee's APP AH just exactly what I'm GonNa do next tried that Alexa Open. APPLEBEE's getting apple podcast from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode Applebee's Unleash December Twenty nineteen. Where are my flying cars and then we have? Oh everybody stop on. Can you ask for podcast it. You're aware of an no of you can also ask for specific categories. Such as give me the top rated podcasts on travel technology science food and many more. So there's lots of different things you can ask her so astrid yard their Alexa. Give me the top rated science podcasts. On Apple podcast getting science fiction rating system from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode onto seven hot tub time machine to stop stop and sometimes you may get the Amazon podcast instead and that will happen from time to time. So you've got to be very specific. And so we'll just say apple podcasts on the end of things so that will make sure that she is using your apple podcasts or the apple podcast skill as enabled Alexa. Give me the latest elitist technology podcast on Apple podcast. Playing the latest episode of Ted Talks Technology from Apple. PODCASTS playing the latest episode. How I'm using biological data to tell better stories and spark social change? Heidi Boisvert Stop Tom and they have it. It is pretty simple to set up as I showed you in the beginning of this podcast. How to set this up as a skill? And now you have apple podcasts. Integrated a part of your election

"applebee" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Reading here you can't you're not now you can't even go to an Applebee's and watch porn at one of the booths are we serious here where did this happen Georgia a Georgia man arrested after watching porn all well he would he would just watching the porn that's a misleading headline he was also I can you use food euphemisms all I wish she'd gone to an outback he was bloom in the onion what is Applebee's known for now they're not the baby back that Chiles now hear me out I'm not wanting children to get cancer a clear here that being said yeah children when they were smaller with developing easy carry handle as they are naturally once they you know once they get mobile right their speedy they're speeding they don't always make the best decisions and if you want to get one of those god help be those things I see at the fair the kid leashes you got a harness them here yeah just clip it and then on your eighteenth birthday this falls off what do you think the world would be a better plan plus then you can string children together if you have multiple children you run one chord through their horns their whole corns on their back and they're easily manageable then again at eighteen just balls off there you go you're an adult now gradually you can't buy cigarettes Joe horn on your back anymore she had that going for you busters other things I can get into but I want to I really just want to say about this code story so I round up as many crazy wacky what the hell happened on new year's kind of stories as I can every year for the first show that I get to do it I'm so happy that gets to be here on the stage show here on January second and these are these are all on touch and normally there's mass there's nudity there's bad decisions there's alcohol there's all of these things involved he rarely do they rise to a level such as this story has and I'm so excited I feel I have to do it twice in the course of a three hour show all right everybody lets head to Oklahoma eventually let's actually started Missouri specifically Carthage Missouri where a man who is to sleep in his truck outside of an adult bookstore with his coat yeah I know what you're saying is that this story what's his chi to into the goat what the hell's going on and normally that is that would be the story right because there's a lot of questions that arise in one's mind when you hear that there's a guy who went over to one of those you know the the adult bookstores which really on the video rooms and all that and he just happens to have his go with him who's riding shot gun interesting decisions being made there gets lonely around the holidays for some people apparently not him is go plus what we're human is god up to in their truck parked in the parking lot of the adult bookstore that caused him to become so exhausted that he's sleeping I ask you that but fear not the story does not end there because another man well name of Brandon Kirby rolls up on this situation and rather than saying to himself man has got to go to him he's in his car and it's in a ball but don't book store parking lot yeah I'm not carjacking nat brandy Kirby is not dissuaded brainy Kirby decides he's gonna carjacked that guy and his goat so he shuns the guy over in the truck now it's Brandon Kirby allegedly and and go guy and go and according to police it got a little crazy from there is the sale and drove all around parts of Missouri Oklahoma and Kansas by the way is there some about crossing the state line with the go you got at a pork chop I don't know I'm not a lawyer in four hundred and thirty miles I end times pistol whipping both the man and the goat well taking copious amounts of methamphetamine he enjoyed the evening eventually the kidnapper will let the victim out along side of the road the victim told deputies the kidnapper even let him take his pad code well thank goodness for that probably because he even in his math Benji us a mind at that moment was equally as creeped out about the whole gold in the parking lot of the the pork chop deputies later transported both the victim and his go to the sheriff's.

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The Gift Of Kindness

Kind World

06:37 min | 2 years ago

The Gift Of Kindness

"As a young boy in Mechanicsville Virginia Nate Medina had a habit of disappearing nate and had a tendency to wander. He'd sneak out the back door. If you didn't keep an eye on him and he would would go onto people's front porches and if they had wind chimes he would just stand under their wind chimes and listen to the wind chimes chime. That's neat stat. It Kevin Metheny. Nate was always drawn to sound partly because he had William Syndrome is a genetic condition that involves developmental delays and heart problems and people with Williams Syndrome often have hyper-sensitive hearing at six years. Old Nate couldn't talk but he sang or hummed. Almost all the time one day nate seemed irritable. He couldn't use words to tell his parents what was wrong but clearly something was that evening. His parents looked at the couch. Innate wasn't humming in fact he wasn't moving his lips had turned blue. Nate Sister Caroline Caroline was nine years old at the time and remembers it clearly. I just got back home from my daycare after school and I was watching teenage mutant Ninja Turtles Dell's and like my parents started freaking out because they realized that he wasn't breathing and they were on the phone with nine one one nine nine one one was telling them how to do. CPR until they got there and my mom noticed shining. They're looking in fear so she shoved me into the office office to watch my show. Her parents rushed him to the hospital. As word about nate spread through town was at dinner at Applebee's with my family of five going through my facebook theme Tamra letter new. Nate's Mom Diane in Highschool Sa Diane Post a request for prayer. Nate's a heart had stopped and they were trying to revive him and we play store orders at our restaurant and my world continued on and her world completely stopped. Nate's parents always feared this day. Might come but they didn't expect it to happen so quickly. The local hospital tried to prep up nate to take a helicopter ambulance to you the A but they couldn't seem to stabilize him. And after just a few hours nate died. Nate's nate's older sister. Caitlin remember seeing their dad the next day for years. He'd give a nate his morning meds. He woke up really early. And he's like what do I do with my more makings. Yeah I just remember. Actually seeing him cry for the first time does looking desperate for what to do next three days later. Tamra that woman at Applebee's was at nights week thinking of his mother Diane. I felt the weight eight of that loss and it just felt so heavy. A wanted to help. But I didn't know how she mentioned this to another woman and as the two of them stood the next nate's casket. They formed a plan. They decided that for one year they would shower. Diane's family with anonymous acts of kindness and they'd recruit women in different corners of Diane's life to join them we created a facebook group. I chose five ladies and Michelle chose five ladies that was it. They called themselves the secret sisters. Each of the twelve women was assigned a month and for that what month they commit to three things. Pray for Nate's family every day since small gestures of love throughout the month and give one larger gift all anonymously. Nate's parents remember getting that first card signed from the secret. Sisters immediately began investigating the people were that looks like so and so's handwriting and thus began the stream of anonymous notes and gifts from the secret sisters stairs. Tamra says she and the others usually made deliveries under the cover of darkness. I was terrified that I would drive by their house and they would recognize my car. Are you know when was the last time you Ding Dong ditch. Somebody as a forty year old. It was always a joy getting ready to go out the door and all of a sudden. It's like Whoa. There's a there's basket on the front porch or there's something hidden in the mailbox or there's something out of my car. They were really creative. The family was given crafts. AFS Food and gift cards to movies and bowling alleys and restaurants things to distract them from their grief. It Touch Diane that these mysterious givers. I knew her son so well. For example Diane received one gift in particular that reflected nate's obsession with ladybugs. She opened the package edge to see a set of wind chimes. Just like the ones nate used to wander off to find. Small ladybugs dangled among the chimes. I just started crying. I mean it was joy mixed with grief. Nate was still being remembered. You would hear those chimes go off just about every day it seemed like and it was just a subtle reminder that that's something something they loved a year after nate's death. His family received a large stuffed envelope from the secret sisters. We're like Oh what's IT GONNA. It'll be now and It was a puzzle when they put the Jigsaw together. They saw an invitation to a picnic at the park. It was finally time to meet the secret. Sisters is the day of the party. The twelve women from different parts of Diane's life gathered nervously under a shelter are at the park waiting to finally reveal themselves then Diana and her family arrived they got out of their car and they scanned across and saw all of a standing there. It really wasn't overwhelming moment. We all pretty much were in tears. Then they reminisce together about a year that had turned from terrible sadness too deep deep joy it was the best thing that could come out of a horrible situation looking at all. The friends soon gathered Tamra saw that over one year a little idea had turned into something big. I realized that the seemingly small things that we do in life

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Phew! Days of Our Lives has been renewed for a 56th season on NBC

Jason and Alexis

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Phew! Days of Our Lives has been renewed for a 56th season on NBC

"The days of our lives has been renewed for another season all that's awesome it's it's back is Alexis would say days of our lives is backed on call may on its back girl just the threat that a Michael way might get people to watch it now again I mean there's always those hard core fans that have been watching it all along but honestly I might start watching it just tune every now the tone tune in every now and then to see what's going on well I mean especially if you all are listening we could make up parallel to win little restaurants close when neighborhoods and people like what the closing well why the closing did you go yeah you didn't help if you like these things you gotta supported so if your Applebee's that's right if you are a casual days fan you need to be a regular days fan if you want to support it so you got to watch it you got to watch it live that's the thing watch

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Abrupt Restaurant Closings Stun Employees, Regulars at Perkins and Marie Callenders

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Abrupt Restaurant Closings Stun Employees, Regulars at Perkins and Marie Callenders

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney beaus. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this thursday august fifteenth restaurant chain. Marie are- calendars known for its pies has gone belly up so too has perkins a larger chain of family restaurants owned by the same company last week. Customers customers and employees found many shuttered without notice at one location in modesto california a reporter found workers outside throwing out cheers and packing hacking up old baking racks in total the parent company closed only twenty nine of its hundreds of locations but it filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection and declared its intention attention to sell much of the business nineteen of those closed stores were marie calendar's ten were perkins diners close to one thousand two hundred employees louise were affected by the closings u._s._a. Today reported talented baker. Marie callender began baking pies out of her orange county home back in the nineteen forties working king with her husband and son to deliver them to area restaurants. Eventually her son don started a pie shop and the chain grew birkin's was founded in nineteen fifty eight. I i is a diner specializing in buttermilk pancakes. Primarily in east coast locations today perkins has three hundred forty two company owned and franchise restaurants across across the u._s. and canada the end of a restaurant chain in fact the declaration of chapter eleven by any legacy brick and mortar retail business. These days is well. Nah that's surprising more and more of us are getting food delivered and when it comes to standard american fare even with hundreds of locations perkins and marie calendar's czar midgets compared to mammoth dine brands which owns applebee's and ihop those two chains operator franchise close to four thousand locations in eighteen in countries and have the marketing cloud that smaller chains just can't muster but those smaller older chains do inspire loyalty as a fresno bee reporter reporter noted longtime regular diners reacted with shock and grief to the sudden closure of two stores in that city but that loyalty wasn't enough to sustain the chain chain after all and sales fell sales also declined at perkins by the time of the bankruptcy filing perkins and marie calendar's. L._l._c. was one hundred million dollars in debt in addition to declining sales. The company was sinking under the weight of high labour costs. It was also struggling with worker shortages a problem plaguing the restaurant ron industry right now still it may not yet be the end of an era as it seeks buyers perkins. Marie calendar's will continue to operate the remaining being restaurants lemon meringue and apple pie aficionados may be out of luck fresno but in hundreds of other locations pancake and pie lovers will will still be able to order their favorite comfort foods at least for now from wondering this is business war stay. What's the biggest challenge facing your business. Who's your biggest rival. We'd love to know fleas at business. Thanks so much for you're listening. I'm david brown back with you tomorrow. This episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with centro online from pitney bowes with simple online line is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash v._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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Are Companies Clear on Cloud Safety?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:25 min | 3 years ago

Are Companies Clear on Cloud Safety?

"Here. The extraordinary secrets of how to thrive in disrupted world, the old rules of management are not ready, correct anymore. So what works making a wise, pivot, pivot to the future, will I am Omar Abba, subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This is tech news briefing, im Tanya, boosters reporting from the newsroom in New York coming up clearing up the cloud, and more specifically, how safe it is a look at how some companies stumble indie face of cybersecurity risks asking the question. How safe is big data in the cloud. And how are companies staying on the ball? That's after these tech headlines. The Trump administration is examining whether to require the next generation five G cellular equipment, be designed and manufactured outside China. The move could reshape global manufacturing and further fan. Tensions between the countries as part of the review US officials are asking telecom equipment manufacturers, whether they can make and develop US bound hardware, which includes cell tower electronics as well as routers and switches, the conversations are in early and informal stages. These executive order calls for a list of proposed rules and regulations by the one hundred and fifty day deadline in October Stu who has more at wsJcom. Some of the biggest restaurant operators are pushing back against fees, charged by delivery companies. The latest journal reporting says McDonald's Applebee's and cousins, submarines are among the chains negotiating to pay lower commissions and asking their delivery partners to spend more on marketing, and promotional discounts is comes at the right time. According to a recent analysis of credit card data delivery companies are plowing money into their businesses and intensifying the competition since two thousand seventeen for example, grub hubs market share has roughly have while door dash and Uber. Eats have gained businesses. And French, 'electronic aerospace company, Thales is exploring new artificial intelligence tools warns that will eventually separate, and keep track of unmanned aircraft at low altitudes. The journal says the company is convinced such tech offers the best chance to cope with the antiquated growth in commercially operated. Drones, here's the story, existing radars and human traffic, controllers simply won't be able to handle the crush of data and only a applications are likely to have the capacity to react quickly enough to maintain a safe, buffer around individual drones. The trend was evident during the Paris air show last week with several companies disclosing new ideas for opening up additional airspace, for unmanned aircraft coming up putting data into the cloud can make it more secure. But look at how major companies are handling things and whether they're making the right moves to keep the cloud and your data safe. Capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created Iino the Capital One assistant that catches things that might lef- wrong with your credit card, you know catches over tipping, duplicate, charges, or potential fraud. And then sends an alert sheer phone and helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching out for your money when we're not Capital One. What's in your wallet? See Capital, One dot com for details. Across every industry. The topic of cyber security continues to dominate the boardroom conversation. That was never more clear than at WSJ pros. Recent cyber security executive forum in London. Theresa Walsh, global, head of intelligence at FSI a c has more. I think a lot of people look at the cloud and think that there's a lot of hackers always going after it. And that's the main cause of concern. However, if you look at a lot of the different issues that people have had over the past few years, it's usually down to human error, and a Miskin figuration a misunderstanding of, maybe what they were dealing with and really work consortium of, of members of, of regulated financial institutions. So they're trying to share formation about how to do this. The lessons learned learning from each other's mistakes, whenever you do see something like this, like a miss. Ration- of, of an AWS S three bucket or something like that. Leave Ruben is council at Pillsbury Winthrop shop Pittman he spoke of how security and the cloud, ultimately become a complicated search, for clarity. The, the wis seeing now between providers if a customer set up that idea AWS instance themselves, something goes wrong. Then the cloud provided content around. So we'll this was your wherever you'll customer ever. You'll use eras Renault responsible, but whether the lawns get muc. Yeah, is with as amendment of collaboration and it might be it's not clear in the contract ultimately who's responsible for what with new European regulations on privacy and network security coming into force? It's a critical time to benchmark company practices. There is more of an expectation. Now from customers say will we need some help you'll the expert. But go the cloud provider. You'll the expert this, you'll technology you need to educate us in good us through this. So if we do something wrong, we don't expect us the private tournaments. I will. That's not all out. That's you will folk moving expectation now from customers saying, well, we, we won't and education training piece around that and really guide it through. So whether that's the providers themselves take on themselves and say, well, his some protocols that we get. For what in this, and we're going to comply with these, we'll get them all for you, try. We're gonna give you a help blowing service that you can just pick up and an all these sort of collaborative polish elements that we see which the provide is all starting to, to play Alton because they realized that it's a competitive marketplace. I've customers not getting the service that I won't that just going to switch, and go elsewhere for more on WSJ pros cyber-security executive forum head to wsJcom that's it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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"applebee" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"You don't even have to have a cooler every every town has a Applebee's republics, or whatever an applebees albertsons is what where I grew up with an hour, now versions of my life, apparently, Applebee's Appleton. All grocery store, any kind of Kroger, and I got just go in a healthy high protein snack because what he's saying when you're on the order traveling. That's very, very true. I am not a snacker that's just not really who I am. Thank God, but I always do like I said, have something sweet have you guys tried the reese's peanut butter Cup thins I didn't think I was gonna like him because my favorite part of the peanut butter Cup is probably the peanut butter, they are out of this world. They're individually wrapped in a bag there. Obviously, they're half the size but with wiser the same, they're just not as thick. They are so good. And I think it's three grams of fat per per little one. So it's just like enough. I love it. Anyway. Exercise and change died at the same time, you may have heard you shouldn't try to do too many things at once when trying to prove your health, but in general, this is good advice. Still research shows that when you make both dietary and physical activity change at the same time, the results, send reinforce each other in a study in two of two hundred people those who began eating a healthy diet and exercising at the same time. Found it easier to maintain these behaviors than those who just started with either diet or exercise alone. Interesting thing where were we I think we read to go into a media thing or something. But this lady who met us at a stairwell. One time we had just finished walking twenty-something flights or whatever. And she says, you know, every time on my lunch break I walked the entire I walk up. And I walked back down to my Florida. The floor of the building was like seventy something floors, or something. So she walks these flights of stairs, during her lunch breaks later lunch, and she'll walk those fights. She's figuring out a way to get her exercise in for the day because your life is so busy. So take the stairs at work. If you got to we always take take a high rise as happened in the elevator show up an extra ten fifteen minutes early and take the stairs to your office. My summary, simultaneously, beginning to exercise and changing the way you eat increases your chances of a healthy lifestyle..

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"applebee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The two. Applebee's? Have you? Realized. A program. Commercial actually. Putting mother away putting mother way she's she's seventy eighty ninety. But. Parents. Children. Don't want their parents with them. My mother used to say, I think I can remember is come to me. Know, they're not say because miss it up. It's too long ago. It's a mother can bring up to children. But it took the children can't help them. Either. When she's on. It was something like that. But you see the point the reason why? Is because the fathers died. Any truth of the matter says that? Earlier women. But the reason why they die earlier many because they don't know how to deal with her. Frustration. I'm Dacian of.

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"applebee" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"applebee" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"On. I don't know what to tell you. They were playing tent get under the tent he and meanwhile, it's content like I just left with your sister's husband, or whatever, you know. What I mean? It's like how is this? Okay. For us murders. Okay, death watching people watching someone close the eyes of a person who's already dead shit like that totally reasonable children can watch you know, you can you can be okay. You can go to sleep. But don't say fuck. So I'm looking at this album, the tracks, keeping a clean good clean fun. Keeping it clean the problem with comedians Applebee's, apple bucks, an apple buddies. They know applebees that's five stars them. Yeah. That's a good track for them. Why we can't have nice things voting in the democratic process. They would get kick out of that said g Twitter and Facebook looking at track seven premenstrual syndrome that could be a tough one whatever that was about eight living the dream nine classrooms in war zones. Ten looking for work eleven was a clean after all funny. I don't know. Should I do it? I'm gonna do it. I really gonna do. I should. Yes. Of course. He should that's normal. And and I'll get my speech ready for the funeral. He's going to say your dad's finally going to die, by the way. Speaking of singing I follow on Twitter. The great Richard Marx. The recognize that name hold onto the night sold. Can this proven now that I shouldn't feel bad about her saying, but I know she's playing tricks and the summer nights should have known better children of the night right here waiting well. Anyway, like kind of a sex symbol for older beautiful for older than hell while I only knew unforgettable. Oh. So Richard Marx is kind of kind of political on Twitter and pretty funny. But yeah, but somebody was I guess picking on him correcting saying something about grammar and somebody wrote dude educated people are above police in grammar and spelling on the socials, and Richard through the only people who think who think that are the ones was shitty grammar and spelling can't right? And I wrote the only people who fixed bad math are people who think stupid wrong numbers are thing. Like who cares? And he hit like, and now we're best buddies and these coming over tonight to perform a concert in my house. Wow. Hold onto the night. Yeah. We into I was. Yeah. Well, the most you're just softy. Sometimes it's fucking weird. How to look at you. And you're like this. We'll also Ford one Tapeh month as a kid, and if it's your mom and a hair it over and over forever. So it's great. I'm starting to like that new tesla song. Trick these albums. Drink put these are endless summer nights was great should've known. Better was great children. The night was great night's about these kids. I gotta the prostitute. As the sad one. That was a bummer. We really yeah. We are the children of the night, we won't give up without a fight. And then it's about living on the streets. Yeah. Think I remember that one we'll see when I only had one album a month or so I think I'm exaggerating. I think it's one of every six months, I believe me. I do every word, and we didn't have Google it looks shit up in the dictionary. Probably mean did your kid when I was in eighth grade. A lot of kids in my school used to write out lyrics to songs is. Right. It on Paparella. Here's lyrics. No. But I I do that not even trifled is a sixty fold of the cassettes where you unravel it almost like scroll because all the lyrics. Take of all this. I used to always appreciate when artists put their lyrics in their cassette tapes. I think that's why people really miss out homes for the lyric because all the lyrics on one sheet. You know, these are huge. I mean actual records right now the lyrics fit on one internet. So it's weather is different. Anyone listening is like. Cassettes? How did that work again to me? That's I don't understand happy yourself, whatever it is all the sound is on a ribbon..

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Five million US workers will get one of these in 2019

The Big Biz Radio Show

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Five million US workers will get one of these in 2019

"Restaurant owner is speaking out as states continue to raise the minimum wage. USA radio's Timberg has more a record twenty states. Raise the minimum wage in two thousand nineteen but what are the consequences of that race? And how will it affect the economy moving forward? Zang tannehill is a restaurant franchisee owner. He says this minimum wage may look good on the surface. But he also tells Fox News where I think there's going to be huge consolidation within this space restaurant business is in a little different state than the rest of the retail industry in that air margins are paper thin a maximum ticket in an applebees, for instance, fifteen eighteen dollars so compare that to the retail space where your cell. I don't know an iphone for five hundred thousand dollars, obviously, your margins thousand dollars is a little better than on eighteen dollars. A the it's really good. I guess in terms of the people that are working, but they'll be no doubt, huge consolidation in the labor market.

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Forget Millennials. Applebees Wants Stress Eaters

Business Wars Daily

04:26 min | 3 years ago

Forget Millennials. Applebees Wants Stress Eaters

"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Thursday, November fifteenth if you suspect that marketers could be labeling you as an avocado toast, millennial Applebee's is saying goodbye. They don't watch him. Yeah. They tried to seduce you for awhile with HAMAs, grilled, chicken and broccoli. But you didn't buy the fast casual chain was actually healthy and the customers that they really serve said. But what is this stuff and left in droves? Well, Steven Joyce the plane talking CEO of dying brands which owns Applebee's. I hop booted that disastrous strategy right out the door. It was a mistake to try to appeal to upscale millennials. He says since they don't go to applebees anyway canning attest ad that showed beautiful millennials dining on small plates. He told adding sects I know none of you guys eat at Applebee's, and then he pointed to the models in their ad campaign. You. You put thirty pounds on those people make them look like they had one too many last night. That's who goes to applebees. Well, now, the eighteen hundred store chain is gone back to its roots. Lots of creamy indulgent, pasta dishes, two dollar beers and the dollar Rita promotion. A buck for the salty tequila drink, the company readily admits it's taking advantage of a cultural moment Americans are stressed Appleby. President Johnson Kinski told CNN and with the nation of stress eaters seeking to self medicate Applebee's might have the solution. We're pretty good at comfort food. He says the new plan appears to be working in spades. In two thousand seventeen sales were so bad that Applebee's closed ninety nine restaurants. What a difference a year makes now it's US stores are growing faster than they have in more than a decade rival olive garden is also doing surprisingly well buoy by a healthy economy and the same anxiety driving diner. To Applebee's, but Applebee's is flying higher than they are Applebee's is planning for growth to continue in part by attracting millennials who may like broccoli. But like beer more those cheap drinks get millennials in the door. And after the second two dollar bud those cheesy. Nachos look pretty good, no calorie counting aloud. From wondering this is business. Worse daily. Hey, thanks for joining his do us a favor. Would you? Tell us a little bit about yourself at one degree dot com slash survey. That would help us out a lot banks. I'm David Brown. See you tomorrow. Business daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth too. To sign up for free today.

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Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees shortstop, has torn cartilage in wrist

Indivisible

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees shortstop, has torn cartilage in wrist

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