17 Burst results for "Holiday Inn Holiday Inn"

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:17 min | 5 months ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Drink at work, So I'll explain kind of cool, though. Basically, 7 11 has been having issues lately. With a lot of their clerks, drinking store beverages without paying for the course. Sorry, I'm going to say news Flash 7 11. It's not lately that has always been the case. Okay, well lately, I guess they've been getting caught. Yeah, there we go. And so they hired a group from over in India to monitor them through the store security cameras. Wow. And so they have people over in India watching the security videos. And if they see anything weird, the unseen person's voice will come on over the speakers, and they'll interrogate the workers right there. Response. I don't like that. Yeah, because you're stealing stuff. Coffee shop all the time eating all those pastries. So how much does this cost? The business is $399 a month. That's it to subscribe to this, although monitor your store 24 7. As a virtual supervisor at your site. Using 400 bucks is a lot to monitor 24 7 dreams like a $2 energy drink. You're stopping them, But let's be honest, Alexis. How many times are you drinking? The $2 energy drink? Yeah, that's fair. No, it adds up. You keep fighting for stealing. Yeah, just saying we are workers in stores we should have anyway. Okay? I was just kidding. When I said, I agree. You should get some beverages while you're at work. But maybe, like stick with the fountain pop or something, or like coffee. You can bribery about a coffee and they're like, Go ahead copies like 10 cents a cup. So this service is called Live I, And they're billing it as a workplace surveillance tool They got popular during the pandemic has less workers would come into certain stores. So could I do $400 a month and just cancel the whole nanny? Daycare thing? Probably. I'm sure they would offer some sort of child care service through that seems like a steel. Human rights experts hate this. Yeah, they say corporations are exploiting it and they're taking away people's privacy and The workplace, but you're stealing. It's almost like, Hey, you murdered somebody like I have my privacy crimes on my own. It's like you got caught, But you think that there's a better way to monitor it. Then have someone watch you 24 7 like it's kind of fun for the people watching. No. Yeah, we're out of my mind. Human rights experts say it's really toxic for the mental health of employees. Yeah, knowing you're always being washed, Sure, and apparently, several major corporations have been used. This not only 7 11, but Shell gas stations. Dairy queens use it in the Holiday Inn Holiday Inn because surprise corporations don't care about your mental health is one of the sample videos that live I sends out to get potential new customers. It shows the clerk being held up by two robbers with assault rifles. The voice of God came on them. And as he starts to open the register the live I system dings and the voice informs the robbers. Police have been called and in the video, the crooks look Up at the ceiling panicked and then they run out of the store. And then the court gives the camera big thumbs up. That's kind of cool. You think that the guy watching the video is like, Oh, man, I got to use my scary voice when I talk catch, like like that's really going to happen. But the employees who saw that video say you probably don't want to startle anybody holding an assault rifle pointed out an employee point that sold you guys pay for those energy drinks before you pull those guns out. Yeah,.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

07:05 min | 8 months ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on The big d zone

"Had to go to the hotel inside the holiday inn at this i had to go to the hotels left night and put it off the website. So i joined the hotel tolerating and rewards. I might as well get off of that. Because if i'm going to be going back to the hotel and get this get this originally i was gonna pay four hundred and seventy seven dollars as i'm changed right off the site usually like hotel dot com but also the website that i read that i had to be reserved from it was only four hundred and fifty three dollars. What wait a minute later. The audio in order to hold all a whole they hate it. We stop holding holding hotel dot com four seventy seven The holiday inn original original website. Four fifty something at thirteen. I had to double take wait. I thought that was going to be less expensive than the original website. Because that's why boy to tie to do from the website. Because i thought the ritual of the hotel will be more expensive. Not the case this time not the case. This time i was in shock. Oh the complete shock like oh they twenty or thirty dollars. More hotel dot com. That would pay any richard the website. I was in total shock. Well now i'm bet all because i'm gonna have points and if i'm able to do the website again next time i go to six flags i could. I could gather more planes. Every time i go to six flags they give me some personal holiday inn thing though cats beyond craziness and then they had the option also by points as well on the on the holiday inn. holiday inn. website you You can buy points whatever you need towards the i was like. Oh my god really. Wow that is craziness absolute craziness so go figure that one out so anyway so yeah right voted much big duty got tired out thankfully that there was a car down there. Thank god but do. I would have never made it with ten. Almost six seven bags i would. I was not at the gas station. I was at a dollar today. i love that donna. I'll tell ya. I did not go to the gas station. The time the dollar too bad me down unemployment and even vainly yet and making me wait till wednesday or thursday. They may yet because usually they pay like irl. I mean early. I mean early in the morning like bow. Six five thirty six o'clock in the morning. Because i get a test on the phone that hey we got to payment ten tight all night you posted and few minutes later right there. So oh god. At least i'll be able to pay a lot less than fifty something dollars or the gave you lit one hundred and something dollars to go there and come back. I'm saving about half of that. When i go to the hotel and coming back so i only have to pay eighty dollars all thank god for that. Thank god for that so Mannheim dawes did and i still have to do the pre wrestlemainia predictions show. I'll get just just so hot in my body can't even take part in the fake for me to sit down. There was no pay for me to sit down okay. So i don't know if this website is still up because i haven't paid yet. Maybe i could be able to pay with the money that i'm saving for the right now. But bitty country ninety eight income now dot com fifty country ninety income now dot com also hopefully big country general dot stores up. I didn't take the jets yet but big country journal dot store hopefully should be up. I have take debt yet. But i will i get some rest and the well. I civil travel agent fifty country l. c. dot global dot com picked country yellow sea dot global dot com. Now we know. Maybe i could still get a video of the The hilton orlando and You know maybe would be a better vacation from. I dunno. I dunno i dunno. I'll see how much it is to go to Universal orlando or you know. Maybe i could see the resistance. That the walt disneyworld. I always wanted to see The star wars saw pavilion that they got and it was very popular when it was first dal and like i think to see that when i was there i mean they didn't even when they're inversely so i don't know i i. I got between now and june to figure that out. I mean you know so. I'll let you know what i'd give any to do though. Flake kep Mir's kept hotel cabinet. I dunno even though not doing that at the hilton orlando but both the now. In fact it's now eight back into a cool video or something like that. I don't know. I don't know i got up here with the ceo. Again though. jay I don't know again sometimes. In april i will be doing be State of the union. Maybe after six flags an actor wrestlemainia. Probably you know my petitions to how i did so hi. This is not jay. We are out..

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on ITN Live

"To do exactly enders excursions that are wheelchair accessible, which is great. And with the kids, there's age limits. You know they'll. They'll tell you. You can't go swimming the stingrays if you're not over a certain age and that's always good. So I, I love it because there's something for everybody there's kids clubs kids could meet other kids and hang out I know my kids to this day. Still have friends from when they were like eleven and you know fourteen or something. So, they actually your Kid Leslie liked the kids club because. I. Hated because he was right between the age of. Hang with the younger kids and it was no fun for him or one year way are six months away from being able to hang with with with Jordan and his older cousin. So he he was right not middle and he had to hang with babies instead of. Okay that that one age right. There is hard. Because you're right. There are either not there, but they're still here. and. I'll say this I liked cruising years ago because back then nobody had the internet so that the kids. Had to go and talk and hang out now you walk, you'll be walking down and everyone's like. Playing on their phones because everyone got the Internet package. Well. James to and and and here's the thing there's so you have your couples trip, you have your family trip and then you have an extended friends and family trip those are the three trips they all have their values they all have their drama and I I'll just say to whether it's it's it's it's mom talking about using the bathroom well, so do I I, use the bathroom like. Every other half an hour because I drink a lot of bottled water. So I, mean and and and those types of things. But as long as you know what you're doing, just like I said, as long as you know, if you're on a four hundred dollars on a cruise or five thousand dollars celebrity as long as you know what you're getting into and you think about it in advance. It's fine I know I'm going with grace and we're doing our thing or I know I'm going with my family and I gotTa Take Care of the kids the kids are my priority or if I I went on a cruise with ready and his family we went to Alaska and I know that we have to be accommodative and help and support his mother and do what she wants. To do and do what revie's kids want to do not just what my kids want to do and those types of things. So at the end of the day, as long as you know where you're going who you're with and you think through it in advance you just have to adjust and frankly, I, I'd go with anybody right now like I'm about to go in my backyard. I mean. I feel on that whole thing. I. One thing that I'm saving for the outlook got comfortable there. At the at the you know the butter RENA states there. Mama's kicking back I. Love. What did we leave out? I mean we plan we got there. We we saw all the clothes and cons. The negatives of preparation talked about Destinations. Speaking of this cruises out of it, let let sabre flying somewhere we're driving somewhere where did you guys? He stays like a regular hotel AIRBNB. What, what's your thoughts on some of that? Because those communal community AIRBNB and the RPO they're pretty popular right now you can get some. You can actually get pretty decent locations and deals on that. Raceway doesn't it? I think you definitely if you could get a great deal I would you know stay wherever you know as long as you're at your destination on time, whatever is works for you is best. You know everyone has different things of what they like personally i. Ironically every time we go to certain locations, I, don't find that because I've looked on AIRBNB and the in all the others they're not a lot cheaper by the time you have to add the cleaning fee and I'm like well, that didn't really do a whole lot and it's not gonNA save me ton to make it worth it. So I tend to just go to a hotel. but. I think they're all great whatever works that's cheaper I. You know if you WANNA, stay in a place. You know if you're there for a few days before then by all means Airbnb if if that works. A, lot of times I just go by the location or whatever, and I find really good deals on hotels. So yeah, and as I think take advantage because. I know take advantage of points and rewards the thing to take advantage if you. Use that a lot to. Sign those I mean I think a great cheap hotel in it's always clean. I've never had an issue is Holiday Inn expresses are fantastic. They're clean the beds our country used to get a breakfast I'm sure you can't now and your get on their rewards program because it's not just Holiday Inn Holiday Inn Express, its hotel indigo We stayed a lot in la when we go to Disneyland and you get great deals in your rooms are cheaper. So make sure you take advantage of rewards, programs at hotels and so forth. And I like to have my bed's made every day. Honestly that's my big. It's. What I love about cruises I love that from being made up twice a day. With the fancy little. Will you know whenever they make without? Tim before you. ANSWER, Tim before you enter. Let me bring at this question from Heather, have grace enter this even though she stuck in mid. May Be frozen out there I don't know. Mike you got so excited there and she pros herself. Show did oh. That's all right. I'M I won't embarrass leave there, but he does not become back near the end because I got something especially GotTa gotTA GOTTA. So we leave out running as well. Yeah well. You know just I'm a hotel guy too I like the beds made I like all that stuff and we've done a a a kind of a rental and San. Diego where we had a kitchen and stuff and and I'LL THINK GLORIA GO CHECK Supply. She's probably want us to get over raise it gets them Sun but but but I you know what we've left out is just really fundamental and that is enjoy experiences forget about the travel forget about where you're going and and I. Just think that that we don't talk enough about using travel to create memories for you and your friends and family and things like that, and that may be cliche but I can tell Ya. my kids remember every Disneyland trip. They were member Alaska. They remember every cruise detail but I bet you if I was to ask my daughter right now what was your favorite Christmas gift of Two Thousand Nineteen? She would have no idea. You would have no she she she doesn't even know what we got her for two thousand and nineteen, but she'll remember the trip. So. Anyway. Oh she's back. She's now anyway that's that's all I. WanNa say experiences don't wait too long to get things done I've got some friends that say, I'm GonNa travel when I retire well, you don't even know if you're going to be around when you retire rise by if you could get hit by a proverbial bus So you know you gotta trickle in some travel while you can and and things like that. I think is important..

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Alright Mary: All Things RuPaul's Drag Race

"Use this to break the door open. There's a typewriter over here. You can write letters. Okay okay. Let's do it. Let's do it somebody. This is a great hotel room to thirty seven. Yeah! So. This was my take away from the twenty. Four karat experience I feel like they were doing. Satire they were doing parody. There was all of it was they weren't they? Were selling you nothing and they knew it. They were like it's expensive. It's expensive rich. You'RE GONNA feel. They know they were termed daddy rich. That's avenue. That's the new white woman sitting on herself. A drinking iced tea to. Rich Daddy Rich Lake. I'm not judging. I am just asking how. I I honestly feel like we. We're talking here about like jujubes in on the tone and Rupaul. Does this really well? I'm I would venture to say that to varying degrees of success player in mayhem. We're doing the same thing with this. And what they did was instead of trying to sell you on all the features like a randomly placed golden shower head in the middle of the fucking room. Like no, let's let's sell you on nothing like go on, Girl. Give us nothing nothing. Yes, I thought player. Layer at Blair really surprised me. Getting the tone granted I saw wheels in her head, turning sometimes and I thought mayhem, just kind of really kind of led the show a lot. And I wasn't worried when mayhem was talking I thought this was the best. I've ever seen mayhem definitely across the board I thought. I was like Oh. Is this what everyone's talking about? She's great. Yeah! Yeah, like she's she's doing. Oh, an act that line about like. Don't let the gold bugs by. They're expensive, too. That was. That was gracious good. and. That's great new. The Endo is like Oh. This is the way to do it like. Don't don't try to sell us on Hell Make Fun of the challenge make fun of. I I understand completely why they won, and I think that mayhem I think that they could have added her to put a little more a little more shine on it and look even better and she could have won this challenge. Agreed Yeah I was. Equally surprised that Alexis didn't get more praise for how she was in her room. The what is it the glamorous own? When she was like lots of animals and I mean for me. Laugh out loud. The best supporting Alexis moment was of course the bug spray. Yeah, yes, help. The hell does happen talking over Juju. Be Doing her line. Gift waiting to happen, it was brilliant immediately starts spraying it. It was so funny, and that is why she is best supporting elect. Mrs, Mateo, How could you send somebody who had that type of performance? How could you send anything but kind of positivity to that weight? I just don't I don't understand, but I don't know I don't know I. DON'T UNDERSTAND I. Right and you know, and so she was great I understand why Mariah was kind of A. Here in she was in the Golden Gals. Palace and I also understand how India was upstaged in the Glam zone because Oh, yeah, because with the Klamath zone it was, she was against, also Jacoby, who, bringing up whenever her her grandma made that with their hands. There was a lot that you be was doing. That kind of didn't get the editor of but. You know what I mean right know yet Jimmy Jimmy me. I wished youtube was was nailing. The tone was nailing the presentation, but I agree she wasn't getting that. That same at it of like. Watching it again after having seen that she would win. This challenge was kind of watching through that Lens. She's great with the this does not if anything again like? Despite it, not being a total winners at it, I still expecting it to be mayhem or player agreed and I thought Alexis did better in the challenge then Giambi. I. Be More. I think the Juju found there. I like the tone that she found I. Don't know I. Mean it end of the day all choice. It doesn't matter, but it doesn't matter India for me. She gave the type of performance. That I was nervous like like she did not feel confident doing it. I mean it was it was another. There's a hell no storm like it was another. Hewitt a news moment. I recently watched that episode to and it was I. Mean She's talking about. She's showing US growth. She showed us the real India's. She is India fucking Farah. self-destruction destruction destruction. Sake, but I'm not seeing I'm just you know I'm I'm not seeing much difference from both performances. So. Yeah. Well Yeah. I thought that. I was happy that none of them created a hostile environment. Well. Is That A. Is that a temporary accommodation show? Well, you know yes, and but it was apparent that for some of them. It was their last resort so. God, I mean on this topic on this topic I'm surprised. They didn't maybe try to like. Spin this challenge to be somewhere. In the the threat of Lake or the Lens of you know in Queens tra- traveling. We stay in lots of different hotels. As what do I need? To. Get your clothing packed up all your makeup packed up? You know a second. You know some sort of interesting like a like a drag. Drag Queens Ideal Hotel. Think eating earlier season would have kept it to that That's. Yeah going through the airport and having to get into drag from your terminal gates to the the Uber waiting for you something that ties back to like what Queens might be doing. After the show you know this being like. When did rupaul design a hotel room? Yeah she did. Yeah, if this is based like these are all things I've had to do in my career. It's like. Where's your room at the W.? right right right? Yeah, and you know just just the the low hanging fruit of the word, sweet right like sweet dreams. You know what I mean like a sweet spot I'm just kind of like. Where were these? Yeah, what was just called God? Get a room. It was get a room. Get a real. Yeah, just get a room. Just got room girl. Girl. I don't understand why that wasn't said it all Do you give this sweet toot or a boot? Sweet? You know what I mean I'm just to. Like there could have been something with a pun also. It. Why thought maybe there'd be like a Howard? Johnson joke like. Houser Johnson like would've been. Johnson. Howard Johnson plenty of room. In this in you know what I mean. Yeah, you know. I went to new. York and I stayed in Brooklyn high it. This is a not high because I'm afraid of heights yeah. Sure sure. You know I went to the well Holiday Inn is kind of a drag name on. Sure, please with the stage holiday. Inn, Holiday Inn, holiday in and out, and then they were could have been food served in the hotel room like burgers and things. Yeah there was you know we've we've gone through this before on all right Mary where we're kind of like. This could have been..

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Wonderful restaurants bear for a change of scenery from there even better you could take an inexpensive senior discount flight to another city with a holiday in as well you're not stuck in one place forever you can move from Holiday Inn Holiday Inn even from city to city the competition to find a comfortable room isn't too steep either he wrote he's saying and this is true I actually know this from my own research it takes months easily months sometimes longer to get into decent nursing homes okay I've heard from listeners who are in the process of planning this kind of thing right now planning is always best and yeah there could be years long waits for these nursing homes not so much with the Holiday Inn Holiday Inn will take your reservation today and the maintenance virtually nonexistent what I mean here's what I mean TV's broken there to bring a new TV light bulb needs changing you pick up the phone you need a mattress replaced you don't like the mattress no problem they will fix everything and then they apologize for the inconvenience all right so this gentleman Mr Rogozin did not mention what kind of healthy sent but said that with the Holiday Inn staff like a security guard or a maid you could check to see if you're okay as well as god forbid call an ambulance if you need one or you know anything else goes wrong if you fall and break a hip Medicare will put Medicare will pay for the hippie says and Holiday Inn will upgrade you to a suite for the rest of your life adding he said he'd rather face his golden age with the grand now is this your representative for intercontinental hotels group which.

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"South poverty road so now we have five four hundred nine total beds mission wide up from a hundred and fifty five just of from a from last year that's a big chance to serve a lot more people homeless men and women and children in Tucson people who are looking for a job people who need housing and people who are seeking a recovery from addiction alcoholism do people come to you or do you do outreach to find these people or how does that all work people come to us our beds are pretty much full all the time so there's there's not a lot of need for us to go out because people know us and and come to us directly or referred to us from another provider and you said that you have this new the center is at the center of opportunity is that what it's called or is that something else that's new so many so much that's it well even growth there's what's called the H. us Lopez family foundation center opportunity it opened in June of last year it was in the old Holiday Inn Holiday Inn hotel on south poverty road four five five zero south gallery between the swap meet and Irvington roughly okay cool and we moved in there in June but the foundation is paying for some new buildings so right now this construction almost complete on the job training center a welcome center and the New D. S. office a medical and dental clinic and a new administrative support building and then behind the facility we have a new donations warehouse going up there one of our donors paid for so it was exciting just to get in there to be able to serve more people but now we're still growing yeah by later this summer well with the growth should be the face to should be finished and our total capacity nationwide will be about four hundred and fifty nine beds N. within I just hear you talk about these things it starts you know people come to you you give them a place to sleep but you don't just go okay bye no no you set them up I mean that's what they want that's good we work with them I guess advocates work with the people to give what they need it's not about them coming in and getting into our programs about how we can together help you move from homelessness to self sufficiency guests come to us they can come to us for shelter like when the weather's bad like three months and Susan since on since season or when it's when it's cold out and they'll meet with the guys advocate determine what their needs are and if you just need a couple days maybe a week for the month or maybe three months or so why you look for a job that's great but if you have deeper needs some may need so it may be or some reasons it may be keeping you homeless the last test that to see how we can help what are some of those reason well the most obvious one is our recovery program right so twelve to sixteen months typically people suffering from addiction or alcoholism come in and get really into a deep faith based analysis and look at your life and find out what's keeping you back how's the response been how has with this new building in these new facilities and everything that's going to have people been latching on to that and coming in it's been incredible when we right before we open gym we thought we'd probably have thirty to forty people check in on the first day we had two hundred what so we were nearly full from the beginning we've served over a quarter of a million years a quarter of a billion we've been around for such a long time that's how good how long larger lines of idiots only since nineteen fifty three we serve over a quarter of a million meals last year and that was only with the center opportunity being open for half the year this year especially in the summer when we have this extra beds filled available in Phil we've organized having a lot each season that hotel during peak jump a season they're cranking out three thousand meals a day while we're doing just about a thousand right now so we definitely are able to scale up to meet the need which is which is crucial the need is not going away and speaking of the need who who do you find is coming in who are you serving a whole mixture of people I mean homelessness knows no bounds it's not limited to men I mean there are.

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"To seven ninety so you can listen to me Monday through Friday from six AM to ten AM and you short but now this is the talk of Tucson and we talk about all kinds of great organizations events you name it that happened right here in southern Arizona and Lisa chest pain is with me right now possible rescue mission I hear you all the time my station I hear it all the time I'll go in and I hear all kinds of things but I want to make sure people know what you do what you're about as we are now in the new year what people can do to help so people aren't familiar though with the gospel rescue mission what you do what is it that you do yeah so thanks for having me number one gospel rescue mission has been in Tucson since nineteen fifty three wow and fun story my grandfather actually started the gospel rescue mission so it's coming full circle in my life right now but we've been serving the needs of the homeless since nineteen fifty three of course the mission has grown beyond a where it started it basically started as a soup kitchen and giving people shelter and now we are grown to addressing all the obstacles that homeless face and delete them on a lie from homelessness to self sufficiency and everything in between so we just moved into our new facility at the center of opportunity in June that increase our capacity four hundred percent where is that it's the old holiday home Holiday Inn Holiday Inn hotel on south Palo Verde so forty five fifty south Palo Verde we had a very generous benefactor Mister Hubbard the Lopez who donated the building to us we were looking to expand our capacity at that point we didn't expect to expand it that much I mean now we're in a hundred thousand square feet of hotel space which actually works out so perfect for what we're doing in the campus is really a one stop shop to serve the homeless everything from people actually can go there straight from the streets get the services that they need to better their life and also Lawford terra is building a hundred low income permanent housing unit so they can even qualify for permanent housing so if people want help if they really want to end homelessness in their life then for the center of the opportune opportunity is where to get help and that that's I want to talk about that in just a second if they want to do it for themselves but so you guys do this stuff so people like okay that's great what can I do what are you looking for what do you need from people well we are nonprofit organization we are hundred percent funded by private funds so we don't take any government or public finding us so of course donations are the engine of helping has surpassed Melvins cash absolutely and also we take our donations of goods household goods clothing anything anytime you do a spring cleaning in your house just give us a call or come to one of our locations and drop those off also we have a hundreds of volunteers that help us every single week in order to accomplish our mission so volunteers and donated goods and cash so if if people have something that is that's really big they can't take themselves you guys of trucks come get it do we have pick ups that we schedule and on if it's too difficult for you to get to.

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on WTVN

"Places then they go out west in August they'll be in Denver and in Seattle and then in Los Angeles Saturday September fifth and I don't know if they're going to add any more dates but those are some of the dates for Molly Crue Def Leppard poison and special guest Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and you know it's the stadium tour again they're just getting boring slowed trucks of money it's just crazy traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense sometimes star heating and cooling products Jamil I did a couple of accident scene six seventy west approaching seventy one this one off to the left hand side but we're seeing delays starting back near the airport coming in three fifteen north bound just before double road Longstreet to try to keep this one to the right to stay left if you're coming up seventy or seventy one again very slow getting up here towards grand view and Ohio state seventy one is still slow north out of downtown so is seventy east out of actually but that is really improved over earlier and we have to two seventy actually seem to be worked on on nationwide Boulevard between front and high had a pedestrian reported involved an accident blocking north bound river side two fifty seven at summit view Delaware County this one due to an injury due to injuries there the right lane of north bound or sideways with block their traffic sponsored by Holiday Inn Holiday Inn express with this you can be too holiday in a Holiday Inn express wants to let you in on a little secret members can now get up to thirty percent off at Holiday Inn express dot com during their cyber week sale book now and save at Holiday Inn express dot com terms apply traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense from temp starring classic area mix of the the six I'm Johnny hill newsradio six ten WTVN ABC six first warning weather chief meteorologist Marshall make big says chance of flurries overnight thirty for the low then sunshine forty five for the high Thursday a chance of scattered rain showers on Friday Anderson especially along.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"So you and I watched Serena Williams get tested by a seventeen year old you could almost hear the sounds of the tennis ball flying through the the TV in fact I think we have some live coverage of what that tennis ball sounded like yeah Serena Williams did win but boyo boy Katie McNally five seven six three six one on Wednesday night Serena Williams didn't drop a single point on her serve that made the big difference you just crusher in the third set ha yeah and Mrs Kate Delaney forgot to mention that the seventeen year old we're watchin miss McNally is an American yes it was two Americans playing each other that's the future maybe she's the future great hope for tennis and just as a a woman tennis player in America playing well well she is a world champion she won the last year the doubles of the French Open as well as the US open in doubles so she is a world champion two time I think in major so and she's only seventeen still and she's looks like she's six but looks like the same size as Serena like six foot one and she she seventeen so she might get even dollar yeah and you and I Spence have spent some time at the US open thanks to I might not be making money but I do have some juice and I did have some media credentials and we got in and spent a what was IT thirteen hours or something thirteen hours yeah a plan was go to the all the resort pools but we were got so into the tennis that in there the heat of palm springs that we just sat in the stands for thirteen hours yeah courageous Z. write something else interesting to to talk about is I think this story that just I just happen to see I was gonna ask you this question and I don't think you have this problem you and I are California stopper sometimes but we've been better about that and a California stop means what California Boulevard stop means that you roll through the light real slow and and you're supposedly look both ways and keep going without coming to a complete stop I didn't know was the light I thought is just to stop sign this stop sign it well yeah more stop sign yes okay so different from the light I just saw this study that they say that more people are running red lights that the that the triple a says deaths from cars running red lights is that a ten year high are you surprised by that you know I was about I was about to say I'm not surprised because I've sat at lights where we've I've waited for what seemed like five for cars to go and then the light turns green and three cars go in the light is red right away after like two I I've sometimes two cars so no I'm not surprised by that so you think it's the frustration of waiting and then the lights are screwed up and people are saying I don't care around her I think it's that could be but I think the opposite is the people don't care they're just flying through the light both yes and that's scary are more Americans admit that they disregard red lights according to this triple a survey from time to time one in three said they ran a red light in the last thirty days yikes well yeah trying to do that on purpose yeah yeah I don't run red lights I mean I unless if I was halfway through it or something and there's no way to stop it would cause of that accident I wouldn't I wouldn't do that but I am very careful about that that's not my thing at all I here's another thing that's interesting I just got back from des Moines you picked me up at the airport and at the hotel hotel motel Holiday Inn Holiday Inn that actually had astroturf wet on the balcony but it was really cute the people were fantastic in the one I have to say they treated me like I was a rock star like a queen and I mean it that was really wonderful well Marriott is saying Marriott international is the world's largest hotel chain they said they're going to eliminate small plastic bottles of shampoo conditioner and bath gel from their hotel rooms they're gonna have dispensers better mounted on the walls instead I don't like the dispensers it feels like I'm going to be operated on like a just I don't like it it's to it it's too it's I think it's strange well you got to spend the four small fortune on toiletries now so that's what you're really upset about you mean if I don't use what the if I stay at a Marriott I don't use what they have on the wall if you don't still the soap in the shampoo and bring it home no I'm not stealing this open the shampoo I don't do that well now technically you paid for it technically I overpaid maybe so you're saying that a fight that you think I take a lot of it home with me now I'm just making this for radio just making this for radio you know what actually that's a kind of an interesting question I don't know if I do I think sometimes I do but I don't do it a lot it's almost accidentally grab my stuff and throw it on the bag so fast because I'm always on a whirlwind yeah I'm actually kind of upset because you used to a lot but maybe that was getting it from your mother because your mother always got all the good stuff but and I don't think you do that as much and so now we have to I have to go buy a lot of it well what a problem to have a bit of we're stuck what about this Dorian that might become a cat one hurricane other worried in Florida you know I'm going to Florida for a couple days next week at the tail end of the week because I'm speaking there for working women of Tampa Bay which I couldn't be more excited that they have me coming in to do that keno but everybody's concerned his Dorian has a great chance to smash into the east coast of Florida and they're not sure it might be a cat three boys Florida it's really hit or.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"That seat is going to be sixteen million the way that they urbanizing I think they're dealing with roughly one point three billion people amazing if one percent a year just lift themselves out of you know farm life in into urban life is this you just cannot cope with that is it is this solution does not scale yeah I mean yeah it's I can imagine that we try and picture quantify that number one point three billion people so stoned him I'm glad you're sharing because we'll be there in November in John's okay good because in John's one of our our place is only going so was very nice Funtastic yeah you will be amazed about I mean talking about tourists tourism management I haven't seen that in the Athens Olympics in the in the Utah Olympics and all and that's a regular side that they need to manage day in and day out because when you see it now people arrive in a with a buy slots you go to punch bowl you go to other places you see three four six tour buses you will go to China and there are thirty buses every ten degrees that you look in your field of view I would they just arrive there is almost a freeway that goes to the terra cotta soldiers and now they have instituted a system of the you can see on their web that they actually have a a ticket cap and you have to have pre sales and pretty purchases because they realize that this site is what it is N. safely they cannot handle more than thirty thousand people thirty thousand people a day dear have thirty thought just multiply that let's say that the state closed a few days a year by three hundred fifty days what is the visitation rate I mean how do you I mean things as an engineer I'm looking at these numbers how do you design floors how do you design toilets for that I mean you have to be doing the toilets once a year I mean if you see how many visitations you have to the toilet lot floor to that one this scale of things is that the man the men seven read it the frequency and the size and everything it's just that's mostly what takes your breath away we have thinking about these things other things you go there they're told ways they have a toll way now that goes to Sean and they have to pearls the total weight was empty I is very strict the police come in every half a mile you have the cameras flashing you notifying you that you know the speed limit is only sixty two miles per hour hundred kilometers an hour sixty two miles per hour nobody really goes beyond you know sixty to sixty five miles an hour buses and all of them they go next to each other nice but at not density about that trip was a dream actually my complaint was my driver was too slow because if the limit is sixty two why the heck are you doing fifty older what we can do ten more yeah let's move along it's another seventy kilometers you know we've got to get going yeah that's right so I nobody speeding ever yeah it's it's a police state you have to see to be nine but everywhere police state I went to the China ways club it's a club inner line plan hi I counted seventeen cameras inside the club and it's a club you know not particularly big I would say to kill my comment is about a hundred people yes seventeen comer goodness yes I mean I don't know why you need to have seventeen Cumberland out of the whole we look a by election I can see three comma okay then I'll take a walk and see how many I can count seventeen cameras in the cloud over Maryland and they're probably monitoring counting their camp also they see how many extra peanuts when it comes and how many did you not just yeah that's right when we talk and we'll take a break in a moment to get back to some local things but I'd love this when you were examining and take a look at buildings construction materials all of that quality is there cold to the subscribe to our standard their own stand how did how did that come about they they have colds they have codes and actually the problem with enforcement is big because again you have a government enforcement which is strong and again if the scale of things is such that they cannot catch up to it however this seems to be competition particularly for good properties I mean it we stayed there across from Chang gung university for other Holiday Inn Holiday Inn in this country is not really a five star hotel actually this will do is rated at four stars and it is of the marble work the bathroom work and everything and it wasn't a brand new hotel it was like at least six seven years by hotel standards fairly new but it was very well made he did have some problems of some you know water spalling and but the problem the problem again with China is that the building well but they're all very use is going to make them very tired in different time frames our infrastructure got tired after forty to sixty years I think their infrastructure will get tired and worn out after twenty twenty five years because the rate of use is so high tell you what thank you for sharing that yeah I can't wait for this you will be amazed about the scale of I just can't wait and I we have many of our friends joining us so you're going to that's right yeah that's right or to take a very short break we'll come back with pontos we welcome Indian to studio as well and if you like to be a part of the program it's just that simple telephone call to five to one eighty three eighty three and before the top the hour we have a four pack of tickets to see Mary Wilson selecting one of our friends on Facebook live this hour we'll do that when we come back have you been dreaming of that new house or remodeling projects then come see the dream facilitators of bank of Clark County the best in the area three let's make it half housing member FDIC here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said this week something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good founder Roy Rogers restaurant just round the ban cab always said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Chalgrove said works for me how about you how boys smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said a lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant quemada hands Scotty.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:49 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Can I do this? You start a business if you've ever sort of business, the, the excitement of that, that pure euphoria of getting to do something you wanna do, but then, also the stress of knowing what you just signed your life away to if it doesn't work and the and what can happen to you. If it doesn't work. And with that being said, I'm going to tell you a story. There is a airport in olive branch Mississippi. At one time, it was the busiest airport in Mississippi. I love flying, I fi- and taking lessons and it's something that's a passion of mine. So when I heard this story I was even more kind of thinking about this, this whole story about to tell you, and I want you to understand the facts behind this, so that you understand. There is an airport in olive branch and it's a very it started years ago, a very basic airport. Back in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine I wasn't even born yet, I want you to think about how long this was, and I'm thirty seven thinking about how you nine hundred seventy nine. There was a six acre plot of land that was connected the airport. That land was owned by Holiday Inn Holiday Inn, Inc was in olive branch that area, many people know where their offices where the golf course everything else, there was a permanent easement that was granted to Holiday Inn incorporated, so that their hangers and their aircraft could access the olive branch airport, just like a driveway. This eaves meant is a driveway. It is point two acres. Without it the land the hanger, and the airplane could not access the airport, the runway which would mean that it would be worthless. And meaningless. That's why they give it a permanent easement to have access to the airport holiday, and was granted in nineteen seventy nine you move forward all the way up through until two thousand four you had another group. Carlyle aviation that had operated hangers same exact spot rentals on the premises. This permanent easement every time this transition took place in one person on it. Whether it's Holiday Inn or Carlo. Anybody else they had the ability to know that they could buy with confidence this land that is worth nothing. If easement isn't there, but it has value because of the easement, which is permanent in nature. They own the property and from two thousand four to two thousand eighteen now no one unless you're a crazy person would buy these hangers at that have airplanes in them. If the easement wasn't permanent if it was a temporary easement, you wouldn't take the financial risk because you don't know what day that he's meant would disappear. And then you would have no access to literally have your airplanes and you're hangers be able to access a runway. So you fast forward to may of two thousand fourteen. In may of two thousand fourteen you had a heavy industrial zoning that was amended to permit airport activities so that you could do things that are normal airport would do. This is part of the growing process at the airport. You had both Memphis jet center and olive branch airports, that were zone as m too heavy industrial, which would allow for growth at the airport, it would allow for things like you have the ability to sell fuel, or to even have you'll or to build things that would grow an airport, which is which is completely normal. This is all been going on since, again, nineteen seventy nine now in October of last year. A lot of people won't know this bells enterprises actually owned the olive branch airport. The branch airport was not owned by the city. The bells family owned it in October thirty, first of last year to eighteen bells enterprises sells the olive branch airport to the city of olive branch. So it becomes property of the city, this is where the story gets interesting and insane. In November of last year November fourteenth be exact there's a man who had never met before before. I got this story named David couch who purchased this six acre piece of property, that has a permanent easement granted to it on it since nineteen seventy nine that has changed hands multiple times to multiple different owners. And he purchases this property from Carlisle aviation. This company, he forms is his dream because he flies airplanes. It's called Memphis executive jet center. It is formed legally in Mississippi in November of last year. The city of all the branch certified the occupancy of the premises to this group in November twentieth of last year. In December of two thousand eighteen and this is again, completely normal, the Memphis, executive jet center decided that they wanted to have fuel that they would able to be able to use to feel their own airplanes. And also be able to sell to others in need. It's a way to make your dream your passion of flying affordable. It also is good for the airport. And here's why you now have competition instead of having a monopoly on the airport with only one person selling fuel. You now have to people if you are a consumer, you want competition. I'll give example. Imagine if olive branch only had one gas station, and that gas station was owned by the city. And no one else was allowed to sell gas and olive branch. Is that good or bad? That is exactly what you would have at the airport right now, if it wasn't for this new company, Memphis, executive jet center who said, we're going to sell you'll and that's when the city lost their minds. Now, let's go back to the facts for second November twentieth of eighteen the city of olive branch certified the occupancy, no issues in December of two thousand eighteen a fuel farm, and there's a lot of. Right, good regulations for for fuel holding feels containers at airports, especially after nine eleven. A fuel farm for jet fuel construct. It was constructed and inspected and permited by the city of olive branch building gas tanks at a airport is not cheap. You have a lot of regulations. And that's the reason why you had inspected and permited by the city of branch. So it was good in December of two thousand eighteen through February of two thousand nineteen the city of olive branch would actually come over to this man's area has property and sell basic aviation gas which is what goes in basic airplanes. Prop planes propeller planes, non jet air points because he didn't even build the fuel farm accommodate for basic gas like assessment wants to any airport that you would train basic aviation smaller airplanes, non jet airplanes. This has been a practice had been going on for years. That's when the wheels came off the city of olive branch decided that they didn't like having competition on their airport. Not only that they had a bigger problem. They had a problem because they took grant money. From the federal government for the purchase of the olive branch airport when they took this grant money. There are certain regulations that they had to abide by one of them dealt with an issue that you can't have somebody else out there in theory, selling gasoline, or operating a F, B O, which is a basically a miniature airport terminal where you could pull your playing in and have an option. Now it's normal to have options. You land, for example minute, Memphis international, you have three four options there, at least three, you have Wilson air signature, and you have the main terminal. It's normal to have options, but when they took this money to protect the investment, right? They say okay, you guys have to buy these certain set of rules. So the city of all the branch realizes they made a big mistake, that could cost them in theory millions of dollars. So what they decide to do instead of admitting they made a mistake and didn't either. And there's one of two options here. Either the city attorney in the mayor new. That they had a problem, but they went ahead and bought the airport. Anyway, thinking will deal with this problem waiter, which is the six acre piece of land with somebody that compete against us, which would technically put us in violation of our. Obligations to get the grant money or they just didn't do their diligence. Now, instead of owning up to this, the city attorney in the mayor, they've decided that what they wanna do is they wanna put Memphis, executive jet charter, this small business out of business, and they want to use from what I've seen imminent domain to take away this permanent easement. Now, if you take away this man's permanent easement his entire piece of property becomes worthless in a second. No one right now, by the way, would even think because of this pending litigation to buy his property. He's on the hook for a loan for millions of dollars. And now if he wants to get out he can't because he has to by law, disclose pending litigation. There is an investor in the world that would buy this piece of property right now, because the city is pushing towards imminent domain to take away his permanent easement, which would literally make a piece of property, the hangers and the airplanes in the fuel pumps and the field completely worthless because you couldn't have access to the airport. Now. Imagine you build a business and olive branch. And I'm talking directly to the alderman down there. I'm talking to mayor Scott Phillips, George Collins, Gillard heart, Pat Hamilton. Joy Henderson, David Wallace. John Aldridge, Dale Dickerson, many of these guys are not calling me back, which really pisses me off some of them have, and I'll tell you, who they are in a minute. But the point that I'm making about this as I want you to imagine that, you, you buy a house, and you go out there and you buy this house, and you go into debt for a lot of money and all of a sudden one day they say, we're gonna take away your access to the street you live on which means your house. Now is worthless. No one's going to buy a house that doesn't have access to a street. You're you've made the property worthless. Imagine that you buy business. You build that business, and they put a roadblock up, so not a single single consumer could come to your business into Soto county in all the branch to force you into submission because the government made a mistake. And the way they want to fix this mistake is by putting you out of business. That is exactly what is happening. To this small business owner, David, and his business, his dream that he took out loans for what they're doing is they're literally wanting to take away his access to the airport, which would then turn his his his property into something that is virtually valueless because a hangar at that point is worthless, any airplanes inside or trap being held hostage because they couldn't even access the airport. Now, you would hope that if this happened they would at least give notice to get your airplanes outright, take off one time, one last time in screw you and never come back, the other part that is, is terrifying to me about what the city's doing is they're also trying to destroy competition. So they have a monopoly on the airport, which is bad for any citizen that wants to learn how to fly that wants to find that has an airplane and is also bad for business. Because now you have a monopoly on the price of gas, which means that the city of olive branches running off. Airplanes. 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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"All right. So in this business, you get a lot of tips about a lot of stories, and I always have a rule because long time ago, I learned the hard way I mean, twenty years ago, they're always two sides to every story. I got it tip about what I would I these are my words and abuse of power that is taking place. At the hands of the olive branch government. And the more I dug in the story, the more the story disgusts me, and I want you to have a mindset when I'm talking to you right now about and the mindset, I want you think of his, I want you to think about what I'm about tell you, as you are a business owner, a small business, owner of this happened to you. Or for that matter, even a homeowner if this happened to you, I want you to imagine going out and building something that is your dream that, that actually connects to your passion, and I want you to think about taking out a loan to accomplish it. And I want you to think about the excitement of when you buy a house, the nervousness of behind it, can I Ford this going to make the payments, can I do this? You start a business if you've ever sort of business, the, the excitement of that, that, that pure euphoria of getting to do something, you want to do, but then, also the stress of knowing what you just signed your life away to if it doesn't work and, and what can happen to you. If it doesn't work. And with that being said, I'm going to tell you a story. There is a airport in olive branch Mississippi. At one time, it was the busiest airport in Mississippi. I love flying, I fly and taking lessons and it's something it's passion of mine. So when I heard the story I was even more kind of thinking about this, this whole story about to tell you, and I want you to understand the facts behind this, so that you understand. There is an airport in olive branch and it's very it started years ago, a very basic airport. Back in nineteen seventy nine. I wasn't even born yet. I want you to think about how long ago this was, and I'm thirty seven thinking about how would you wear nineteen seventy nine? There was a six acre pot of land that was connected. The airport. That land was owned by Holiday Inn Holiday Inn in quiz in olive branch that area. Many people know where their offices where the golf course everything else, there was a permanent easement that was granted to Holiday Inn incorporated, so that their hangers and their aircraft could access the olive branch airport, just like a driveway. This eaves meant is a driveway. It is point two acres. Without it the land the hanger, and the airplane could not access the airport, the runway which would mean that it would be worthless. And meaningless. That's why they give it a permanent easement to have access to the airport holiday, and was grandest in nineteen seventy nine you move forward all the way up through until two thousand four you had another group. Carlyle aviation that had operated hangers same exact spot Reynolds on the premises. This permanent Eastman. Every time this transition took place in one person on it. Whether it's Holiday Inn or Carlo. Anybody else they had the ability to know that they could buy with confidence this land that is worth nothing. If easement isn't there, but it has value because of the easement, which is permanent in nature. They own the property and from two thousand four to two thousand in eighteen now no one unless you're crazy person would buy these hangers at that have airplanes in them. If the easement wasn't permanent if it was a temporary easement, you wouldn't take the financial risk because you don't know what day that he's meant would disappear. And then you would have no access to literally have your airplanes and you're hangers be able to access a runway. So you fast forward to may of two thousand fourteen. In may of two thousand fourteen you had a heavy industrial zoning that was amended to permit airport activities so that you could do things that are normal airport would do. This is part of the growing process at the airport. You had both Memphis jet center and olive branch airports, that were zone as m too heavy industrial, which would allow for growth at the airport, it would allow for things like you have the ability to sell fuel, or to even have you'll or to build things that would grow an airport, which is which is completely normal. This is all been going on since, again, nineteen seventy nine now in October of last year. A lot of people don't know this bells enterprises actually owned the olive branch airport. The olive branch airport was not owned by the city. The bells family owned it. In October thirty, first of last year doesn't eighteen bells enterprises sells the olive branch airport to the city of olive branch. So it becomes property of the city, this is where the story gets interesting and insane. In November of last year November the fourteenth be exact. There's a man who had never met before before. I got this story named David couch who purchased this six acre piece of property, that has a permanent easement granted to it on it since nineteen seventy nine that has changed hands multiple times to multiple different owners. And he purchases this property from Carlisle aviation. This company, he forms is his dream because he flies airplanes. It's called Memphis executive jet center. It is formed legally in Mississippi in November of last year. The city of all the branch certified the occupancy of the premises to this group in November twentieth of last year. In December of two thousand eighteen and this is again completely normal this Memphis, executive jet center decided that they wanted to have fuel that they would able to be able to use to fuel their own airplanes. And also be able to sell to others in need. It's a way to make your dream your passion of flying affordable. It also is good for the airport. And here's why you now have competition instead of having a monopoly on the airport with only one person selling fuel. You now have to people if you are a consumer, you want competition. I'll give you example. Imagine if olive branch only had one gas station, and that gas station was owned by the city. And no one else was allowed to sell gas and olive branch. Is that good or bad? That is exactly what you would have at the airport right now, if it wasn't for this new company, Memphis, executive jet center who said, we're going to sell fuel, and that's when the city lost their minds. Now, let's go back to the facts for a second November twentieth of eighteen the city of olive branch certified, the occupancy, no issues in December of two thousand eighteen a fuel farm, and there's a lot of. Right, regulations for for fuel holding feels containers at airports, especially after nine eleven. A fuel farm for jet fuel construct. It was constructed and inspected and permited by the city of olive branch building gas tanks at a airport is not cheap. You have a lot of regulations. And that's the reason why you had inspected and permited by the city of branch. So it was good in December of two thousand eighteen through February of two thousand nineteen the city of olive branch would actually come over to this man's area has property and sell basic aviation gas which is what goes in basic air points prop planes propeller planes, non jet points because he didn't even build the fuel farm, do accommodate for basic gas like assessment wants to any airport that you would train basic aviation smaller airplanes, non jet airplanes. This has been a practice have been going on for years. That's when the wheels came off the city of olive branch decided that they didn't like having competition on their airport. Not only that they had a bigger problem. They had a problem because they took grant money. From the federal government for the purchase of the Alabama airport. When they took this grant money, there are certain regulations that they had to abide by one of them dealt with the an issue that you can't have somebody else out there in theory, selling gasoline, or operating a O, which is a basically a miniature airport terminal where you could pull your plane in and have an option. Now it's normal to have options. You land, for example minute, Memphis international, you have three four options there, at least three, you have Wilson air have signature and you have the main terminal. It's normal to have options, but when they took this money to protect the investment, right? They say okay, you guys have to buy these certain Senate rules. So the city of all the branch realizes they made them big mistake, that could cost them in theory millions of dollars. So what they decide to do instead of admitting they made a mistake and didn't either. There's one of two options here. Either the city of Terni in the mayor new. That they had a problem, but they went ahead and bought the airport. Anyway, thinking will deal with this problem waiter, which is the six acre piece of land with somebody that compete against us, which would technically put us in violation of our. Obligations to get the grant money or they just didn't do their due-diligence now instead of owning up to this, the city attorney in the mayor, they've decided that what they wanna do is they wanna put Memphis, executive jet charter, this small business out of business, and they want to use from what I've seen imminent domain to take away this permanent easement. Now, if you take away this man's permanent easement his entire piece of property becomes worthless in a second. No one right now, by the way, would even think because of this pending litigation to buy his property. He's on the hook for a loan for millions of dollars. And now if he wants to get out he can't because he has to by law disclosed pending litigation. There is an investor in the world that would buy this piece of property right now, because the city is pushing towards imminent domain to take away his permanent easement, which would literally make a piece of property, the hangers and the airplanes and the fuel pumps, and the fuel field completely worthless because you couldn't have access to the airport. Now. Imagine you build a business and olive branch. And I'm talking directly to the alderman down there. I'm talking to mayor Scott Phillips, George Collins, Gillard Earnhardt, Pat Hamilton, joy Henderson, David Wallace. John Aldridge Dale Dickerson, and many of these guys have not called me back, which really pisses me off some of them have. And I'll tell you who they are in a minute. But the point that I'm making about this as I want you to imagine that, you, you buy a house, and you go out there and you buy this house, and you go into debt for a lot of money and all of a sudden one day they say, we're going to take away your access to the street you live on which means your house. Now is worthless. No one's going to buy a house that doesn't have access to a street. You're you've made the property worthless. Imagine that you buy a Bill business. You build that business and they put it roadblock up. So not a Sinoe single consumer could come to your business into Soto county in olive branch.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"With that being said, I'm going to tell you a story. There is a airport in olive branch Mississippi. At one time, it was the busiest airport in Mississippi. I love flying, I fly and taking lessons and it's something it's a passion of mine. So when I heard this story I was even more kind of thinking about this, this whole story about to tell you, and I want you to understand the facts behind this, so that you understand. There is an airport in olive branch and it's very it started years ago as a very basic airport. Back in nineteen seventy nine. I wasn't even born yet I want you thinking about how long ago this was, and I'm thirty seven thinking about how would you wear in nineteen seventy nine? There was a six acre plot of land that was connected the airport. That land was owned by Holiday Inn Holiday Inn, Inc was in olive branch that area, many people know where their offices where the golf course everything else, there was a permanent easement that was granted to holiday and incorporated, so that their hangers and their aircraft could access the olive branch airport, just like a driveway. This eaves meant is a driveway. It is point two acres. Without it the land the hanger, and the airplane could not access the airport, the runway which would mean that it would be worthless. And meaningless. That's why they give it a permanent easement to have access to the airport holiday, and was granted in nineteen seventy nine you move forward all the way up through until two thousand four you had another group. Carlyle aviation that had operated hangers same exact spot rentals on the premises. This permanent easement every time this transition took place in one person on it. Whether it's Holiday Inn or Carlo. Anybody else they had the ability to know that they could buy with confidence this land that is worth nothing. If easement isn't there, but it has value because of the easement, which is permanent in nature. They own the property and from two thousand four to two thousand eighteen now no one unless you're a crazy person would buy these hangers at that have airplanes in them. If the easement wasn't permanent if it was a temporary easement, you wouldn't take the financial risk because you don't know what day that he's would disappear. And then you would have no access to literally have your airplanes and you're hangers be able to access a runway. So you fast forward to may of two thousand fourteen. In may of two thousand fourteen you had a heavy industrial zoning that was amended to permit airport activities so that you could do things that are normal airport would do. This is part of the growing process at the airport. You had both Memphis jet center and olive branch airports, that were zone as m too heavy industrial, which would allow for growth at the airport, it would allow for things like you have the ability to sell fuel, or to even have you'll or to build things that would grow an airport, which is which is completely normal. This is all been going on since, again, nineteen seventy nine now in October of last year. A lot of people don't know this bells enterprises actually owned the olive branch airport. The branch airport was not owned by the city. The bells family owned it in October thirty, first of last year to eighteen bells enterprises sells the olive branch airport to the city of olive branch. So it becomes property of the city, this is where the story gets interesting and insane. In November of last year November fourteenth be exact there's a man who had never met before before. I got this story named David couch who purchased this six acre piece of property, that has a permanent easement granted to it on it since nineteen seventy nine that has changed hands multiple times to multiple different owners. And he purchases this property from Carlisle aviation. This company, he forms is his dream because he flies airplanes. It's called Memphis executive jet center. It is formed legally in Mississippi in November of last year. The city of olive branch certified the occupancy of the premises to this group in November twentieth of last year. In December of two thousand eighteen and this is again, completely normal, the Memphis, executive jet center decided that they wanted to have fueled that they would able to be able to use to feel their own airplanes. And also be able to sell to others in need. It's a way to make your dream your passion of flying affordable. It also is good for the airport. And here's why you now have competition instead of having a monopoly on the airport with only one person selling fuel. You now have to people if you are a consumer, you want competition. I'll give you example. Imagine if olive branch only had one gas station, and that gas station was owned by the city. And no one else was allowed to sell gas in olive branch. Is that good or bad? That is exactly what you would have at the airport right now, if it wasn't for this new company, Memphis, executive jet center who said, we're going to sell fuel, and that's when the city lost their minds. Now, let's go back to the facts for a second November twentieth of eighteen the city of olive branch certified, the occupancy, no issues in December of two thousand eighteen a fuel farm, and there's a lot of. Right, good regulations for for fuel holding feels containers at airports, especially after nine eleven. A fuel farm for jet fuel construct. It was constructed and inspected and permited by the city of olive branch building gas tanks at a airport is not cheap. You have a lot of regulations. And that's the reason why you had it, inspected and permited by the city of olive branch. So it was good in December of two thousand eighteen through February of two thousand and nineteen the city of olive branch would actually come over to this man's area has property and sell basic aviation gas which is what goes in basic airplanes. Prop planes propeller planes, non jet airplanes, because he didn't even build the fuel farm to accommodate for basic gas like assessment wants to any airport that you would train basic aviation smaller airplanes, non jet airplanes. This has been a practice have been going on for years. That's when the wheels came off the city of olive branch decided that they didn't like having competition on their airport. Not only that they had a bigger problem. They had a problem because they took grant money. From the federal government for the purchase of the olive branch airport. When they took this grant money, there are certain regulations that they had to abide by one of them dealt with an issue that you can't have somebody else out there in theory, selling gasoline, or operating a FBI, which is a basically a miniature airport terminal where you could pull your plane in and have an option. Now it's normal to have options. You land, for example minute, Memphis international, you have three four options there, at least three, you have Wilson air signature, and you have the main terminal. It's normal to have options, but when they took this money to protect the investment, right? They say okay, you guys have to buy these certain set of rules. So the city of all the branch realizes they made him big mistake, that could cost them in theory millions of dollars. So what they decide to do instead of admitting they made a mistake and didn't either in. There's one of two options here. Either the city of Terni in the mayor new. Did they had a problem, but they went ahead and bought the airport? Anyway, thinking will deal with this problem later, which is this six acre piece of land with somebody that compete against us, which would technically put us in violation of our. Obligations to get the grant money or they just didn't do their due diligence. Now, instead of owning up to this, the city attorney in the mayor, they've decided that what they wanna do is they wanna put Memphis, executive jet charter, this small business out of business, and they want to use from what I have seen imminent domain to take away this permanent easement. Now, if you take away this man's permanent easement his entire piece of property becomes worthless in a second. No one right now, by the way, would even think because of this pending litigation to buy his property. He's on the hook for a loan for millions of dollars. And now if he wants to get out he can't because he has to by law. Disclose pending litigation. There is an investor in the world that would buy this piece of property right now, because the city is pushing towards imminent domain to take away his permanent easement, which would literally make a piece of property, the hangers and the airplanes and the fuel pumps, and the fuel field completely worthless because you couldn't have access to the airport. Now. Imagine you build a business and olive branch. And I'm talking directly to the alderman down there. I'm talking to mayor Scott Phillips, George Collins, Gillard heart, Pat Hamilton. Joy Henderson, David Wallace. John Aldridge Dale Dickerson, and many of these guys have not called me back, which really pisses me off some of them have, and I'll tell you, they are in a minute. But the point that I'm making about this as I want you to imagine that, you, you buy a house, and you go out there and you buy this house, and you go into debt for a lot of money and all of a sudden one day they say, we're gonna take away your access to the street you live on which means your house. Now is worthless. No one's going to buy a house that doesn't have access to a street. You're you've made the property worthless. Imagine that you buy Bill business. You build that business, and they put roadblocks up, so not a single consumer could come to your business into Soto county in olive branch to force you into submission because the government made a mistake. And the way they want to fix this mistake is by putting you out of business. That is exactly what is happening. To this small business owner, David, and his business, his dream that he took out loans for what they're doing is they're literally wanting to take away his access to the airport, which would then turn his his his property into something that is virtually valueless because a hangar at that point is worthless, any airplanes inside or trap being held hostage because they couldn't even access the airport. Now, you would hope that if this happened they would at least give notice to get your airplanes outright, take off one time, one last time in screw you and never, come back, the other part, that is, is terrifying to me about what the city is doing is they're also trying to destroy competition. So they have a monopoly on the airport, which is bad for any citizen that wants to learn how to fly that wants to five that has an airplane, and it is also bad for business. Because now you have a monopoly on the price of gas, which means that the city of all branches running off. Airplanes, that may land at another airport. Memphis, international DeWitt, Spain Millington olive branch west Memphis, competitions good,.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Eat at one of the wonderful restaurants there for a change of scenery from there. Even better, you could take an inexpensive senior discount flight to another city with the Holiday Inn as well. You're not stuck in one place forever. You can move from Holiday Inn Holiday Inn, even from city to city the competition to find a comfortable room isn't a steep either. He wrote he's saying and this is true. I actually know this from my own research. It takes months easily months sometimes longer to get into decent nursing homes. Okay. I've heard from listeners who are in the process of planning this kind of thing right now planning is always best. And yeah, there could be years long waits for these nursing homes. Not so much with the Holiday Inn Holiday Inn. We'll take your reservation today and the maintenance virtually nonexistent. What am I mean? Here's what I mean. TV's broken. They're gonna bring a new TV lightbulbs changing you pick up the phone, you need a mattress, replace you. Don't like the mattress. No problem. They will fix everything. And then they apologized for the inconvenience. All right. So this gentleman, Mr. Rogerson. Did not mention what kind of healthy then. But said that with the Holiday Inn staff like a security guard or a made could check to see if you're okay as well as God forbid, call an ambulance if you need one or anything else goes wrong, if you fall and break a hip Medicare will play Medicare will pay for the hippy says and Holiday Inn will upgrade you to a suite for the rest of your life. Adding he said he'd rather faces golden age with a grin. Now. It says you're a Representative for intercontinental hotels group, which Holiday Inn is a subsidiary of did not immediately respond to ABC's request for comment. Can you blame them when someone has so brilliantly open their eyes thought outside the box and realized that these pricey by got they're building these things everywhere around here. Do you guys have a lot of these retirement communities that are going up? You can't blame them. I mean, you have the best of the best when it comes to senior citizens. They have saved more. They have invested more. They have a net worth that puts a lot of shame. And they rightfully for perfect reasons. Downscale from say a larger home when they were raising families to now go to these care free senior center, I can't.

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Eh? Got you. Thank you for the growl. Thank you for the growl Momo's here. OJ Jackson juniors here. I literally stepped off a plane at five thirty this morning. Five thirty. We were delayed 'cause Lona some New England fan Barth at the back of the plane. So we had to wait an extra hour while the has Matt team went up to clean up this patriots fan. Yeah. Yeah. So not only did you have to listen to those people those people that about. In the stand the entire game, smug smog. Aw. Laws mug that is a group. Right. There is a rumour patriots fans or cardinals fans patriots pagers fan by because here's the thing. I you know, I said this. Last night to somebody on tax. I said, you know, we just played the Red Sox in the World Series. Right. Red Sox fans. No, it doesn't happen. Every year. Red Sox fans don't believe it is a birthright that they win the World Series every year, there is some humility there. And there's also something quaint and charming about Red Sox fans, and they're sweet Caroline bump on on. All that stuff. In the case of patriots fans. I heard patriots fans afterwards at the airport bitch, the taster scored more points. I'm like take the wind do though Lynn, but I gotta love that a little bit as Allegra fan. I'm a little entitled I'm supposed to be here. Little warriors fans right now, they're like, oh Cleveland would have given us a better series. Really expected more from play in game. Six start take the win and shot up. So the entire experience was you know, it was not everybody gets to do what I did. Get on a plane, go thirty five hours and a city across the country high rolling to at the Holiday Inn Holiday Inn, express exa-. It's the Holiday Inn express. And by the way, an excellent breakfast. At the Holiday Inn express, you know, they lay out a good spread warning suppose you wake up at those places and feel better about yourself. The make you feel at home. Yeah. They they made me feel satisfied that I didn't spend a thousand bucks at the Omni downtown, the Omni's luck eighty nine for the holiday and express I can live with, but you know. I sent out an Instagram video last night where I was just really in a bad mood. Sad Marta station and get ready to go to the airport, and I just left our boss got McCarthy who is literally in tears. I mean, he was so sad. He was in tears, his his wife Kari in tears. I was I sucked it up. I was. Okay. Okay. So I have a couple. I thought about what we're gonna talk about today. I actually do think about things sometimes good instead of just show up here. Right. And because you told me we have to carry you going to have to carry me for the next three hours. Yes, there's a couple of weeks. We can go with this. We can just live in the world of hatred. We can just focus on. Patriots fans, and I channel some of my tuck rule. I still hate. I still hate still get upset about that tuck role. You're still still say rightfully so been what twenty five years the raiders twenty five years last time. That's literally the last one in. Yeah. They'd one of there. Yeah. But but I can get there with you. Go and focus on hating other people to help us feel better or we can focus on. We can hate the Rams for having like the worst game Rams offense. We can the Rams off the ranch defense. But we can we can just pile on and get mad at Sean McVay Jared Goff. And like, honestly, if I don't get a press release in the next two days saying girly had surgery on his okay, then I'm really upset. Chilies? What's gonna what's going to help you get over? This more hating the patriots or hating. The Rams one not gonna hate the rain. The performance. I thought the performance was just terrible..

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"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:16 min | 3 years ago

"holiday inn holiday inn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Co Q ten caffeine sugar and carb free. And it's really you. All right. Very glad to have you with us and glad to have Kelsey hartness in the ladies lounge. There's another subject Kelsey that we wanted to address. You were talking before the show, and when we sat down it is a pretty apparent this year that the media has done what it could to try to treat this first lady in a way that is significantly different than any first lady. We've seen in recent memory. And in fact, I've got some pretty reminder of this from our friend Bree Payton who is no longer with us. But she wants of chastised me for making fun of Michelle Obama trying to ban Nacho cheese, because she says, it's it's not really it's not really a policy issue. But no one is going to bat for Malania. You had designers falling all over themselves to to try to dress Michelle Obama, and yet Malania is a retired supermodel, and they there was almost a black ball effect that was ineffective by the major designers in terms of who would dress her. This isn't even I mean from the imperial standpoint of just who they are. You would think that designers would would be falling all over themselves to to get them Alanya wardrobe opportunity. It just didn't. There's such a double standard there, and it goes beyond what even make sense for them from fiscal or business standpoint. There's a complete double standard there. You know, we had Michelle Obama was on the cover of magazines like vogue, and I believe that Vanity Fair the whole bunch. She's she's graced the covers in in my opinion. Rightly so, but as you pointed out, we now have a former supermodel who is an immigrant. Not to mention now in served first lady in the White House, and to my knowledge, she has not graced the cover of a single women magazine cover not to mention fashion designers, certainly are in. No rush to help her help dresser that bad. Melania? Trump doesn't need covers of magazines. She doesn't need designers at her door designing clothes for her. Because she would look good. If she had a pillow case on her. She's a beautiful first lady the cameras, you know, you can't look away when you see a picture of her. So, you know, luckily, she I guess she doesn't necessarily need. The covers but it's really hypocritical. And at the end of the day. She's a first lady again, she's fighting for some really respectable and important issues and causes. And I think the media is an specifically women's magazines are missing on an opportunity both producing good and to sell magazines because people are gonna pay to pick up a feature interview with Malania Trump went including some spreads with somebody who who is a beautiful and well drastic. She has. Yeah. Even in pillowcases. You tripped me up there for a second to couldn't get past case for a second. Now, she looked great. A little. Yep. Senator in a trash bag. Right. Well, and let's talk about this for a second. So what's this thing where they're trying to turn thing out of Nancy Pelosi's coat like, where's this come from? So this is funny. We talked about this in our podcast problematic. Women this week where you know after after that infamous. Press gaggle with Nancy Pelosi humor, Mike Pence and Donald Trump Nancy Pelosi one outside and spoke to the press wearing burnt orange jacket and she went viral on Twitter. Everybody was into make her jacket a thing. And look, I think it was a nice jacket. Interestingly enough, I have one dislike it, but at the end of the day. This was a, you know. A pretty typical quote at you would see Warren Washington DC the designer because it went viral the designer decided to bring it back and people were plotting her as if she were wearing some something we had never seen before. So I guess just and again, it was a nice jacket. But I think it's a very revealing to compare the media trying to make this pretty typical winter jacket a thing to the lack of any press attention designer coverage to all the amazing things morning aware on a daily. Yeah. No. That's that's so well said and so true. Well, friends subscribed to the bright Email and get Kelsey which day. Are you the the editor of I forget, I you'll see me on Wednesday mornings on Wednesdays. You get the get the Wednesday Kelsey edition, but you get all the others too. So that's that's good. And then if you've got a woman in your life that you think would benefit get get sign up for them. It's a really useful thing. And since I introduced the lovely bride to it. She's she she loves it. She's you know with with three that are eight six and three going on four going on forty. That's my daughter. She she's not as able to consume as much news and stay on top of stuff as much as she used to. So she now she reads aggregated information a lot, and I feel like the the nice thing about bright. Is it gives the women that read it a real punchy look at you know, maybe six or seven things that they would really strongly care about that morning. And they're often ready to go conquer the world the rest of the day. So it's a great service that you provide there you can also catch Kelsey as she does her media hits and so forth as part of the independent women's forum. She's frequently on Fox News, FOX and friends. I think is the show you're on the most often I could be wrong. But I think that's where I've seen you. And then you can read her at the daily signal and the federalist dot com as well. Kelsey has been so much fun to have you back, please give your your your hunk. My very best. And I have a splendid Christmas in Connecticut. I seem to remember. Little they'll movie that was supposedly based on something in Connecticut calls call white Christmas. So maybe you'll get a white Christmas or Holiday Inn Holiday Inn was the Connecticut one. So the Bing Crosby classic came from there. Anyway. Anyway, I'm a nerd, I get it. I've I've overplayed my hand, but he's been fun to.

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