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"ihop" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"ihop" Discussed on WTOP

"Down 36 The NASDAQ is down although just 5 points right now Coca-Cola reports a 16% jump in quarterly revenue led by double digit gains in sales for Coke zero and its sports drinks like powerade The price of oil continues to drop It is down sharply this afternoon on an anticipated global slowdown in demand Crude oil heat a 12 year high $125 a barrel in early March It is now around $96 a barrel A new number one residential real estate company in the D.C. area New York based compass which end of the D.C. market 8 years ago had $14 billion in sales last year bumping long and foster from the top spot it has held for years Long and foster is still the largest by the total number of homes sold Jeff Leblanc WTO news Money news sponsored by IHOP IHOP's new dinner menu features fish and chips and grilled salmon Save 20% now on dinner entrees Dine in or IHOP dot com with code D.C. 20 dinner Limited time only Coming up Congress taking up the issue of more support for Ukraine That's next 1226 Meet Allison teammate a truest bank Hi She was born to care and she always had your back You could say that Like that time back in the mid 80s when she spotted Stacy Kaminsky with her new perm and a car was coming about to hit a puddle So Allison jumps in front of the splash just in time to protect Stacy's fresh curls Look I had to do it A wet perm just doesn't work Today Allison's a teammate of Truist the bank that starts with care When you start with care you get a different kind of bank Learn more at truest dot com slash care Truest bank member FDIC The Thompson creek window company.

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"ihop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

03:20 min | Last month

"ihop" Discussed on Car Talk

"Be a real strong relationship. It must be. That could separate to anybody's. Anyway, I have a 1980 Honda accord. And it's a lovely card. I bought it from some mechanics, so it just got through rebuilding the whole thing. Just got through buying a boat, yeah. And I'm having a little problem with the steering. The steering wheel tends to jerk back and forth. It's pretty uniform. It doesn't make the whole car shake. It doesn't pull to either side. It's just a little shimmy in this steering wheel. Squirm. A squirm. Yes, that's kind of a you call it a squirming and you feel it increasing in frequency as your vehicle speed increases. That's correct. And you also feel like a kind of a general vibration at high speed and with the steering wheel oscillating back and forth, perhaps so rapidly that you might not even feel it through the steering wheel, but you might in fact feel it through the whole car. It doesn't feel that way. So in goldfield. Since this is but if you have to have it at high speed. How does she know she can't answer a hypothetical question? Charlotte? No, Charlotte. He's a big question. Does it happen at extremely low speeds? Yes. Yeah, as I say coasting to a stop at a stoplight. What about starting out from a dead stop? Doing 5 miles an hour. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Okay, you ready for this answer? Yes, I'm ready. There is nothing wrong with your car. Oh, good. Is it my tire? Yes, your tires have a bad tire. Exactly. And that's exactly what it is. How do I decide which tire it is, or do I just? Oh, it doesn't matter. I just replace any tire, and it will go away. No, if you put the, if you have your mechanic, put the car on the lift. And he spins each of the wheels. You will be able to see the belt separation. You will actually be able to see that the tread is no longer in line with itself. There was a few sight along the tire tread. You'll have 5 treads. To each other. It will look squirmy. It looks squirmy exactly. And if you want to just surface time. If you want to just test to make sure. Take that tire that you suspect. And put the spare on. On that wheel and a little squirming us will go away. And then you'll say those dumbbells were right. But you were wise not to have driven at high speed. Yes. Because it could have a blowout with a tire like this. Well, this is Louis and there's no place to drive high speed. Are there any traffic lights in Lewiston? Oh, yes. Yeah, there's several traffic lights. Do they work? Once in a while. Okay. So there's more four way stops though. Is this an old tire and there's no warranty on this tire? Yeah. You can see just a little bit over the top of Lincoln's head when you do the penny test. So it's time for this tire to go. I mean, you might need four of them. If this one's that bad, there is nothing more satisfying than four new tires. On my cute little accord. Go for Charlotte. Okay. Bye bye. We'll be right back with.

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"ihop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

06:01 min | Last month

"ihop" Discussed on Car Talk

"Listen to the rough translation podcast from NPR. Hey, you know what, what? This is the part of the program we usually give the answer to the puzzler. Oh, wow, I have a couple actually. Yeah? Well, I got some here. Yeah? They're not winners. I can tell you that right now. Several weeks ago, we received a letter, which you lost. What it had on it was a list of multitudes or collective nouns or something like that. Whatever they call the gaggle of geese or after turkeys and exaltation of larks. Yeah, all right. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And we wanted to initiate a contest. That uses these in relation to some of the sleazier occupations that we've mentioned on the show from time to time. We did the judges of sleeves. We are the ultimate judges of slaves. Some of them are obvious. I mean, it's lawyers, judges, people who drive salt trucks, automobile mechanics, used car salesmen, Newcastle salesman, maybe anything. Financial analysts. Yes. All stockbrokers, oh yeah. Stock brokers. Anyone who doesn't really produce anything worthwhile. And makes a living at it. Anything that Ivan bosky would have done. Any business he might have gone into. That would be. From these. We would choose a winner. See, this is interesting. A multitudinous, a multitude of winners. Most of the puzzles we have, we don't really have to spend much time on because we just take a whole pile of them. We tell Don Jennings what the right answer is. He puts all the right answers on a big box, and then we throw Doug Berman in there, or maybe bugsy. And they come out with one, and that's the winner. But now we have to read all the answers. Because this is a matter of quality here. Right. And so over the next several weeks, not only are we going to pick the best for quartal quality and quantity, but we're also going to pick the worst. Well, here's a few. A corral of Mustangs, a squad of isuzu troopers? That's not bad. A quantum of pulsars? I like this one. A universe of galaxies? Isn't that good? How about this? A refraction of geo prisms? Well, these are all quite cute. Yeah. But they do not attack the basic issue here, which is the sleazy. Well, the one that I like the best? Yes. A huevo of rancheros. That's good. These are all from Lee baker and his whole brood of people. I guess it's his wife, kids, mother in law. Whoever they are. Well, I liked some of those. This is a I'm going to write on here. Potential winner. Well, I'll have a lot of that. Anyway, if you want to participate in this endeavor, and it certainly isn't a real puzzle contest. It isn't a puzzler certainly. No, it is not the toddler. You could participate by sitting in your collection of collective nouns too. Puzzler tower department of collective nouns. We set up an entire department for this one course. Hard talk Plaza. 6 30 Commonwealth avenue, Boston, our fair city, Massachusetts zero two two one 5. Now where would they actually mail these? If they wanted to. To us. So if you have some clever collective nouns, particularly apply to the automobile industry. Or anything sleazy. Are we going to get sued for that? Yeah, probably. We are being sued. In the meantime, if you have a question about your car, you can call us at one 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on car talk. Hi, this is Mike from Albany. Hi, Mike. What's up, man? Well, I made two mistakes recently. One, I bought my wife's car from her. And then you listen to this show. And wow, no, that's a great show. You have the best radio show I've ever heard. Oh, thanks, Mike. I don't know, we had any relatives for Albany. Mike mung otzi, look him up. You bought your wife's car from her. What car was that? It's an 82 Chevy cavalier. Yeah, that was mistake two all right. That was mistake one. Actually, it runs fairly well for a car that's ten years old and has a 120,000 miles on it. But if I'm driving along the road and I want to accelerate and if I put my foot on the gas, the RPMs go up but the car doesn't seem to go much faster. Oh, you got an in unison mode. This is an automatic? Yes, it is. Yeah, well, almost. Yeah, you have a rather unique automatic transmission now. Yeah. Yeah, maximum slip. Uh oh. Yeah, you got to transmission troubles. I mean, a 120,000 miles is a lot of miles for a cavalier transmission. If you were real lucky, you would check the transmission fluid and find it was down 6 or 8 quarts. And fill it up and everything would be fine, but the chances of that being true are very, very slim. I should be down even a quart will cause it to. Oh, yeah. It doesn't take much. I sell it back to her and take on her Camry. Oh, no, no. You're gonna tough it out with this thing, Mike. You're like, man, aren't you? Why did you buy this car from her? Oh, I thought she gave me a great price. And what did she do? She bought a Camry? Yeah. Well, I mean, check the automatic transmission fluid. And if you're lucky, you've leaked some out, and that's why it's slipping. If you're not lucky, you'll need a transmission rebuild, which is many hundreds of dollars. If you're lucky somewhere in between, which I guess it will be, a transmission fluid and filter change. It might do the trick. That would be the first step. You check the transmission fluid if it's down, you say, thank you, God. I guess I've been meeting leading a wonderful life. You add transmission fluid and everything will be fine. If it's not down, or when you add the transmission fluid, it doesn't get better. Take it into any garage and have them change the fluid and the filter. And if that doesn't fix it, go to the junkyard and buy. And take.

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"ihop" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

02:39 min | Last month

"ihop" Discussed on Car Talk

"I added three quarts in a month after that. So it's really burning oil fat. I don't know if it has anything to do with the waffle snack. It has everything to do. It is waffles. I suspect that the reason you don't like waffles is the only ones you've ever had have been burned. My guess is what you are smelling. Burning oil. The oil. Oh, yes, absolutely. It's coming through the ventilation system. And that makes me suspect if this is true, because that's what it sounds like to me too. But this is one of those situations where my brother and I are going to agree because he's going to say, my brother is absolutely right. If you are smelling it. Right. That would suggest to me that it is not burning, but it's leaking. No, he's wrong. Well, nice try, Tommy. It is leaking. And you have on the manifold and what you smell is the oil that is heating up. It is, but what's happening is you have what's called excessive blow by. I'm sure your air filter housing is full of oil. If you open the hood, everything is covered with oil, you have about a 120,000 on this car. Yeah, about a 115. 115. Yeah, it's time for a new one, Sarah. Goodbye. New car. Well, at the very least, it's time for a new engine. And I suspect what did this thing in was having overheated it. Yeah. The way back in April, when you had that broken hose that cooked. That did it. What that did is it caused the engine to overheat badly, which wrecked everything. Well, it certainly brings cylinders and that's when it probably started burning oil and that's it. Yet done for. Yeah. So get an engine rebuild, but before you do that, have you mechanic check out the you do have a mechanic? Of course. Here's the guy who puts the 5 quarts of oil in everything. Oh that day. Have this guy check out the rest of the car and find out what else it needs because if it needs an additional $3000 worth of work, you may want to just buy a new one. Right. But if you can get by with just a measly couple of grand, then you might want to just do that. Okay. Great. Thanks for your call, Sarah. Good luck. Bye bye. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi, my name is Zoe. I'm calling you from China, Texas. Is there an H in that Eliot? China, China, Texas. Where the heck is that? It's about 80 miles east of Houston. 80 miles. East, 80 miles east of Houston is like in the Gulf of Mexico, isn't it? No, no. You have to skirt around the gulf. Ah. But I'm right on the coast there. Yeah. If you burrow through the planet, you come up in a place outside of Peking called.

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"ihop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:51 min | 2 months ago

"ihop" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"IHOP And here's Peyton with Bloomberg's romaine bostick Taylor Riggs and Caroline Hyde Inflation is a concern right We all feel it as consumers and certainly as business leaders Let me help you with the math And then I can talk about what we're doing So inflation last year in 2021 for our two brands cost of goods into the restaurants was about 6.5% And this year for 2022 we're thinking it'll be about 10% A little less for IHOP a little bit more for Applebee's because of the mix in their products To make the math a little bit easy two ways to think about that If restaurant food costs are about 25% of a restaurant's menu you've got to raise prices two and a half percent to cover 10% of inflation Right Historically our franchisees raise their prices and it's the franchisees who do this One to 3% a year Last year it was three to 4% So they were covering the cost of goods and a little bit also of labor Another way to think about it is all you can eat pancakes at IHOP If that price goes up 15 15 I'm sorry Two and a half percent That's about 15 to 18 cents And so our brands are all about value and our franchisees are balancing now with their margins with making sure we still maintain that value How much guidance do you give them on that Because I mean the calculus I mean yeah sure 18 cents on pancakes doesn't really matter But people also look at the total bill And if you're used to going to a restaurant with your family and spending say 50 bucks or a hundred bucks And then you go back and now it's a 110 instead of a hundred here People notice that Traffic is his up Since last year and it's been increasing every quarter throughout 2020 21 and now into 22 At a time when prices are rising a little bit more than they have they have in the past And if you join the apple will be the IHOP system as a franchisee you know that you're joining restaurants that are all about value And delivering value to our consumers And so while we can't tell them how to price we're very much aligned on the strategy that it's important that they protect their margins but we can't move ourself out of this value proposition You talk a lot about the mix People who are eating in versus the takeout that we saw in the pandemic does that mix stay the way it has been in the pandemic How do those trends shift when we are now thinking we're fully back to being reopened The off premise business is something that is a great really benefit of what happened during COVID for us So we were our off prem business was less than 10% of our mix before COVID Now it's north of 25% for both brands and the absolute dollar value of that about $9000 a week for IHOP 13 or $14,000 for Applebee's has been steady for 15 16 17 months So we view that as incremental business that we need to nurture and grow which is why we've been investing so much in technology Applebee's dot com IHOP dot com flips dot com our new IHOP to go concept as well as the related apps are all new last year and this year to really facilitate all the to go business that we now have To invest in technology you need people need people at the parent company but also talking to your franchisees a lot about their own labor as well You're talking a little bit about trying to offset the costs How is labor right now for you as an executive It's getting better So the last couple of quarters in 2020 we were flat at about 85% of full staffing and now we're north of 90% And this is just in the last January February the last couple of months And I'll give you an interesting statistic on that We did a Applebee's national hiring day through social media digital back in May and we attracted 40,000 applicants We did it again last week and had more than 70,000 applicants Why Because people are coming back to work And we've talked about is the great retirement permanent Why is it Don't know why it is but it's seeming less permanent than me once thought Another great stat from this hiring day we had a 155% increase in applications for cooks which is our hardest job to fill So that's an indication to us that people are coming back to work And when they come back to work it's great to work it out with these in IHOP Is it too early to start talking about expansion I mean investors kind of want to know when that resumes if at all We opened 45 restaurants last year And so that's the best we've done since pre-pandemic And so that's an indication to us that our franchisees are beginning to pivot from defense to offense and they're becoming confident enough to begin opening restaurants again That was John Payton global CEO of dine brands with boomers romaine bostick Taylor Riggs and Caroline Hyde And coming up TikTok's business model is getting some fresh.

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Pancakes And Sausage  (MM #3945)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Pancakes And Sausage (MM #3945)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For some odd reason I have been craving pancakes and sausage for about three or four months now. Now I know I can make pancakes and we've actually had pancakes at least once or twice, but it hasn't covered the craving, and I don't know if that means I'm really not craving pancakes and sausage, but I'm craving something else. There aren't a lot of places to go out and get pancakes here in Nashville we do have the famed pancake pantry. Now with two locations here in Nashville, but those are just big old fancy pancakes that aren't that good. They're not that filling. I don't know what I'm looking for. I don't know what I want. We have IHOP and I'll be the first to admit I hop today. There's nowhere near what it was back when they were the international House of pancakes. But for some reason, just a stack of pancakes, okay more than a stack, maybe a couple of stacks of pancakes. And some sausage. That's what I want. I think it's just the experience of what it was like to go out and have a big old Saturday breakfast filled with pancakes and sausage and everything that came with it. Yeah, that's really what I'm craving because those were good memories and their old memories because I can't eat like that anymore. I probably shouldn't eat like that, even if I tried. Pancakes and sausage sound real good right now. I just don't know what to do.

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Pancakes And Sausage  (MM #3945)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Pancakes And Sausage (MM #3945)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For some odd reason I have been craving pancakes and sausage for about three or four months now. Now I know I can make pancakes and we've actually had pancakes at least once or twice, but it hasn't covered the craving, and I don't know if that means I'm really not craving pancakes and sausage, but I'm craving something else. There aren't a lot of places to go out and get pancakes here in Nashville we do have the famed pancake pantry. Now with two locations here in Nashville, but those are just big old fancy pancakes that aren't that good. They're not that filling. I don't know what I'm looking for. I don't know what I want. We have IHOP and I'll be the first to admit I hop today. There's nowhere near what it was back when they were the international House of pancakes. But for some reason, just a stack of pancakes, okay more than a stack, maybe a couple of stacks of pancakes. And some sausage. That's what I want. I think it's just the experience of what it was like to go out and have a big old Saturday breakfast filled with pancakes and sausage and everything that came with it. Yeah, that's really what I'm craving because those were good memories and their old memories because I can't eat like that anymore. I probably shouldn't eat like that, even if I tried. Pancakes and sausage sound real good right now. I just don't know what to do.

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Pancakes And Sausage  (MM #3945)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Pancakes And Sausage (MM #3945)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For some odd reason I have been craving pancakes and sausage for about three or four months now. Now I know I can make pancakes and we've actually had pancakes at least once or twice, but it hasn't covered the craving, and I don't know if that means I'm really not craving pancakes and sausage, but I'm craving something else. There aren't a lot of places to go out and get pancakes here in Nashville we do have the famed pancake pantry. Now with two locations here in Nashville, but those are just big old fancy pancakes that aren't that good. They're not that filling. I don't know what I'm looking for. I don't know what I want. We have IHOP and I'll be the first to admit I hop today. There's nowhere near what it was back when they were the international House of pancakes. But for some reason, just a stack of pancakes, okay more than a stack, maybe a couple of stacks of pancakes. And some sausage. That's what I want. I think it's just the experience of what it was like to go out and have a big old Saturday breakfast filled with pancakes and sausage and everything that came with it. Yeah, that's really what I'm craving because those were good memories and their old memories because I can't eat like that anymore. I probably shouldn't eat like that, even if I tried. Pancakes and sausage sound real good right now. I just don't know what to do.

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"ihop" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

07:30 min | 5 months ago

"ihop" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Of, I think it's fear that keeps us from progression because it's like, well, I don't know what the world's gonna look like if we change. And everybody gets along. But again, there is no progression without change. Right. So I'd love to view humans as not all that as we think. You know? Yeah. It's just like these advanced creatures. But we're struggling with something so basic, that if we were to look at another animal, we would like really that. Pandas, eat something else, honestly. Just bamboo. And this is why you're dying. Come on, eat something. They really dying. Are they dying? I remember this as a kid. A pandas, they're going extinct. And it's like because they only eat bamboo and there's no bamboo in the forest. I'm like, eat something else? But just the same to us, it's like it was advanced species looking at humans and being like, really racism, war, this is what you guys are getting tripped up on. It's just so ridiculous. And you know, but I think it always requires the ability to, well, to step back on a worldview that every single human doesn't have quite that access. For various reasons, they don't have the access to be able to step back and look. And sort of just a lot of people are just trying to live. Basically, through their lives and get through it, is another fact. What time do they have to fix their trauma or fix the lives around them when they're just trying to eat and live and get past today? I think that's one of the things keeping us back. And then the fact that we think we're all that that there is a lot of issues for everyone not everyone has the ability to think on this level because of their life. And I think we're just very much babies and the evolutionary process. It's very baby. I think so happy to a point where we can think and communicate without ever speaking, maybe we can get to flight. Maybe we can go to going through dimensions and time travel. I think we could do all of that. And that is in advancement that if we survive our basic shit, we can get to, or we won't. We won't. No big deal. But then I don't know if I'm sorry, go because I already cut you off once. No, it's fine. No, I was just going to say, or we won't. And then my fear is that, you know, well, then we start over. We start completely over. Big Bang all over again. We start over until we get it right. Well, I mean, like, right now in this, here's random crazy fact. In our galaxy, where we are floating around our galaxy apparently we're in a kind of a group of clusters of stars that are like old sin. And we're in kind of like in the old granny IHOP section of IHOP like with all the granny's. And we are like some young teen planet just getting started. Oh yeah. So apparently like on the very basic, the more in the center of the galaxy you are the newer you are. And of course, the further away from the center, the old expands. So we're on the outer edge and we're kind of old part when old arm of the galaxy. So we're at the part. We're just getting to the party, but the party's been going on for so long. We're late to the waking on this and of the galaxy. So just in this end of the galaxy we're late to the party. Oh, see, and I have this theory that the human species, again, I don't have no idea if this is true. But I have a theory that the human species is only about 5 or 6 years old. Like evolutionarily speaking like we're only about 5 or 6 years old. So we deal with things the way that a 5 or 6 year old would deal with them. So we throw temper tantrums war. We get really depressed and we all COVID all locked inside can't do it. Like, you know, all of these things like as a species, we are reacting the way that any 5 or 6 year old would. And so you gotta be nicer to yourself. The time to be nice information being sent to you from your mind and your body that is, that is just automatic. But you have the ability in your brain somewhere and all of a sudden your body to say this information that I'm being presented and I've been given, I'm going to say no to. So the example of I get angry when I'm scared. I'm going to say, no, I'm not going to get angry. Even though it's the first feeling, again, there's nothing I could stop it. It's in my nature. It's what I am. But I can then use my mind to kind of calm it down or completely push it out of the way. And that is an advancement. That is not my animal just doing whatever my animal will do. I will then take control of my body and mind with a kind of a third self, my spirit, my whatever, and that power is what we have and if we keep harnessing that power to fix these little things or big things, then I think that's very useful to us. And that's what our imagination is all for, I think, to shape our reality and to get past these little things, like the flight and flights and ridiculous anger and fighting like kids. Like we have the ability to get past that and we have it right now. But it's new, I think. Yeah. Well, you know, a couple of thousands of years. We have this advancement in our imagination. And if we can get just past this little bubble, we can get further and onto it and who knows what advancements in life are already out there in the universe and what they look like. And us getting there, I don't mean me. I will never see it. You won't no one alive here will see it. No, animal on this planet. We'll see that future. Maybe we will. We just won't remember. But there are offspring will. There's a deja vu is. They're trauma will be collected. They will be passed on that information will be there. It will be there. Our essence and everything that I lived well, you know, I probably won't have kids. But you know, most of our sisters will be passed along to those kids and kids and kids and kids. So maybe I'm not 100% on any sort of belief reincarnation. But if my information gets to be passed along, if I have offspring, man, that's reincarnation right there. If not information.

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"ihop" Discussed on Los' Lounge

Los' Lounge

02:26 min | 8 months ago

"ihop" Discussed on Los' Lounge

"Way hayes about somebody. Anybody doesn't have su-. I never had a kohistani. Ihop had my momma going down before.

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"ihop" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

07:31 min | 10 months ago

"ihop" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"You start This is from the blaze. Our friends over at the place left wing. Progressives have spent literally decades calling for legalization of we'd dozens of states of course have legalized or decriminalized it. They're getting what they kept texas but now we're getting word. It causes global warming in a big way. Apparently big way according to politico The growth of dopes accessors acceptance in american culture and the laws as made it one of the most energy intensive crops in the nation because it's grown mostly indoors with special lighting and environmental controls that consume up to two thousand watts of electricity per square meter. That's forty times what it takes to grow leafy greens and lettuce is some incentives this information to ao see. I don't know where she stands on pot. The reefer industry responsible for more than one percent of all. Us electricity consumption. Yeah and that doesn't sound like a lot one percent but come on just for just for mary. Jane researchers researchers estimate that as an example a single example in massachusetts the industry accounts for ten percent of the state's entire industrial electricity consumption and a steady reported that the energy required to grow enough of bud for a single joint. That's one gram was equivalent to the energy. Used to drive a fuel-efficient car twenty miles. Okay now what now what. You global global warming panicker all right in hip at hip hop hit not hip hop hop. Yes in chattanooga. Tennessee workers apparently walked out in the middle of their shift because goggle walked in and there was nobody there. Yeah he recorded the whole thing exploring the empty kitchen eventually running into a possible in employees. The video starts with him recording an empty kitchen with no one at their workstations. No-one cooking no-one washing dishes and no one. In the manager's office guy walks into the office and starts doing a little commentary on his tick-tock video and when he's there the phone starts to ring in. Here here's what it sounded like when he answered it. This is how you doing even work right. Debate labor to want to desma series star grabbing baking higher. Upset by hopper thrilled with those bleeped out. Words what you said if you had trouble hearing. Thank you for calling up. Not even work here. Everybody walks the bleep out. Then he says. I'm dead the bleep serious. I don't know where nobody at. I'm fixing to start grabbing bacon. This has gotten over. Three thousand hits on tick-tock man some speculated of course the that workers are being underpaid and overworked. And that's why they walked out. No comment from i hop imani. Bell was on the high school basketball team. Yes and she was told to work out in a ninety seven degree august day in clayton county georgia. She ran hills. Give their basketball team. But they were doing this outdoors. She went up and down. A hill. did about of jumping. Jacks circle the football field and then jogged up a set of stadium stairs with her team. She reached the top of the steps when she leaned into a handrail and fell limp. This is all according to an autopsy report she died. She suffered a heart attack. Due to the extreme temperature. This is nearly two years ago now. The basketball coaches who were overseeing practice session have been charged with murder cruelty to children involuntary manslaughter and reckless conduct but murder. Doesn't that strongly imply the intended to kill her. That might be. i mean. i'm not an attorney but that might be an overreach am on his father. Eric bell says today's a bittersweet day for the family. he's also a youth bath basketball coach near atlanta. He says it's just a time of grieving. Summertime in the south is Is really hard on kids outdoors playing sports especially you know like here in texas as they haven't football yeah. Yeah but most of the most of the districts and schools have policies imani school district required outdoor practices to be suspended if the heat index exceeds ninety five degrees. So why were they out there doing that. And the georgia. High school association also bans practices when the wet bulb glow globe. Temperature exceeds ninety. Two i mean. Is it really that important. You know what i mean. Yeah you're gonna lose a life over. Yeah that's just tragic situation all the way around got to believe that the coach didn't intend for anything bad to happen to any of their their youngsters cyst at really sad story all around. Yeah let's see. Do you know why when police pull you over. They the first thing they say to you when they approach. Is you know why. I stopped you dumbest question ever well. There's a publication called one time when time actually i. This is what i worked in florida. And i was stopped on the way because i used to go to work early in the morning. And when there's no one on the roads they tend to stop you. Then someone's an officer stopped me and you know i wrote down my window. Good morning whatever and he and then. He did say that to me he said. Do you know why stopped you. And i said no. I have absolutely no reason. I have no idea because i wasn't speeding. And everything. I think he was just stopping people because he let me go on my way. Those weird really. Well usually they ask that. According to healing law there are a number of reasons. First of all it could be just to start a conversation. Seems a little a little more official than saying. Hey how you doing this morning. That's just not good enough secondly they wanna read your body language. Ri- right right right right. They want to evaluate your character. Because if you start getting angry and whatever. They're going to give you a ticket. They don't care. They also essentially want an admission. I guess i was driving a little too fast back there right or maybe that you'll say oh yeah i don't have my license. So oh my registration is. Maybe he'll start admitting all this stuff and then they don't shoot. Don't shoot me last time. I got stopped. It was several years ago now but it was on my way to work. Same reason you day. I was driving at a speed. I would have been run over eight hours later right. But i was driving just a little over the speed limit and i got stopped. And and he asked me for the registration. The proof of insurance. I should say as i started the reach into the glovebox. I said by the way as i show you my license here. I do have a. I do have a gun permit. But i don't have a gun. There's no gun in the car you know you just wanna make that clear to everybody. So they don't get you. Don't want them to get nervous now..

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Retailers Try to Hire Tens of Thousands of Workers

All Things Considered

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Retailers Try to Hire Tens of Thousands of Workers

"We're looking for a big jump in retail sales as consumers who got him cashed those $1400 virus relief checks. High retail sales, of course, could mean will be seeing a whole bunch more retail job openings, which would be a good thing. Dollar general in point of fact. Just announced it's looking to hire up to 20,000 people. Other chains IHOP, Taco Bell and McDonald's among them are on hiring sprees as well. But even with the labor market as loose as it's been retailers or having a hard time finding people marketplaces, Marielle Segarra explains, what's going on. We talked a lot about pent up demand this idea that people will spend more money when they get vaccinated that they'll go to restaurants and buy clothes to wear those restaurants and on vacations. Andy, Challenger, Challenger, Gray and Christmas, says retailers are preparing for this. These employers are clearly anticipating a huge surge in demand through the summer through the end of the year as people start to feel safe. But that doesn't mean potential Retail workers feel safe, Shawn Ashworth AlixPartners says. A lot of people are worried about getting sick and they're asking themselves Do I want to go back into retail and work in an environment with high contact with other employees and customers? Or do I want to consider work from home job? A lot of people who used to work in retail have probably found other jobs at home or not. Jed Kolko is chief economist at indeed, during insured when retail wasn't hiring many people, other sectors were manufacturing, warehousing, driving, jobs, Pharmacy and other help Your lady jobs. One obvious way for retailers to attract workers would be to offer more money. And Andy Challenger says some are giving bonuses. But when you look at like small retailers, small restaurants, those businesses have been under enormous pressure for a year. It's been a really, really difficult environment. It's easier for the big retailers. Mariel Sierra for

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"ihop" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"ihop" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Zoned out for a second. Where? 75 85 North Bound north of Highway 1. 66 Lengths Parkway exit to 43 jammed up leaving the airport airport into downtown. All right, regular. We'll get back to Alex in just a second. Thanks, buddy. All right, Back to Ah food stories here. Um you, Chuck, Are you a fan of IHOP? I am. Yeah. Did you have I have grown up when you're, uh I mean, not growing up, but I later later in life, One showed up in a few of the big So there was there was no, I hop in my town, but we would go on a trip or whatever we would stop. Remember just marveling over the amount of types of syrups. As a kid like you see a boysenberry. What's Yeah, Like there's eight things of syrup on your table. So as a kid, you got to try everyone. You know your parents like status Too much sugar. Stop, stop. So then you put like a little dab in there Anyway. I just was blown away. And I love the a frame The old a frame I hops. Where is like they all looked at anyway, I was I Like I liked IHOP is a kid. I enjoy now their omelets. I don't get their omelets no longer worry, because they put pancake batter in their omelets and eggs. And what's wrong with it? It just tastes weird. I always knew it tasted weird. I mean, I'd for me anyway, I stick with the pancakes. Uh, rooty tooty, fresh and fruity. Whatever makes him fluffy or something. I don't know. But anyway, my my s O. I hope they also serve dinner. I don't know if you knew that and let me get that sound again. The food, glorious food sounder, Uh, ihop? I don't know if this is gonna insult your Mexican Eunice. But they are announcing the debut of its burritos and bowls menu..

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15-Year-Old Chicago Girl Shot, Critically Wounded In Fernwood Amid Shooting Spree From South Side To Evanston

WGN Showcase

01:22 min | 1 year ago

15-Year-Old Chicago Girl Shot, Critically Wounded In Fernwood Amid Shooting Spree From South Side To Evanston

"Spree that spans six locations from the far South side. The Evanston with the shooter killed by police, it began in Hyde Park when police say 32 year old Jason Nightingale killed a U. F C student in a parking garage. He then shot two women in an East end apartment building lobby. One was the security guard who died. Gloria Blakely lives there at the Barclay I can't even process this now that someone would come in a loving and shoot someone. I mean, she's been here for often on as a door staff for maybe the last five years or so. Nothing ever like this has happened. I'm just devastated. The gunman, then carjacked a man and drove to a South side store shot another man dead and critically hurt in 81 year old woman. He then shot a teen girl in the back seat of a car. She's in critical condition. After all those shootings in Chicago, the gunmen ended up in Evanston. Just across the border. WGN's burn a tumble T has more on that. Case initially got there first called the Battle of this around 5 30 this afternoon, and that call was about shots fired at the CVS. Here at the intersection. We're told 32 year old Jason Latin Gail, the suspect, then cross the street to the IHOP. Took a woman hostage and shot her in the neck. He then we're told cross the street, and that's where he was confronted by Evanston. Police on a shoot out ensued. The gunman was killed in the shootout. Still no word on a motive. The woman in the IHOP she's in critical condition at this hour.

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Woman Shot In ‘Armed Confrontation’ With Police In Chicago

WGN Showcase

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Woman Shot In ‘Armed Confrontation’ With Police In Chicago

"Saturday night in Evanston to a shooting of a suspect in a pair of deadly shootings that started in Chicago. You got stopped whatever, like 40 times about would say 40 times. That's pretty much what I heard Police report that the man had a gun inside of CVS stores the corner of Howard and Western. Then police chased a man across the street into an IHOP restaurant. That's where police say the man took a woman hostage. Suspect shot the woman and then ran across the street to a strip mall on the Chicago side of the intersection where he got into a shootout with police and was killed. Woman is in critical condition at Evanston Hospital. Chicago. Police are investigating that the suspect is tied to a least four other shootings during Saturday and two possible homicides.

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"ihop" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ihop" Discussed on Ghost Town

"Him about a disturbing dream. He said he had dreamed of suffocating. Bethany to death right away some about that. He's friends and family members thought that her suicide note was fabricated. She was a writer and it didn't feel written by her or seem like her suicide note. Read my name is bethany beaten. I chose this evil thing. I did it. Because i wouldn't be a real person. And what is the point of living if it is too late for that. I wish i chosen differently a long time ago. I knew it on refused to listen. Maybe jesus will save me within weeks of moore's original confession. The group disintegrated the men and women left. Their houses went home to their families and bethany family held a memorial service for her. Tyler spoke because of course he did. He went up to the pulpit at the service and said this. Some of you know already. I'm a man who is in love with ideas with crazy paradyne's and when they brought me bethany his body. At first i cried but then i laugh because i said to her bethany. If you could see you you would not like the way you look right now. And last night we had worship time together very briefly as a group and it was wonderful and it just showed me the lord supremacy over the wretched thing that is death he said and i thought to myself what a crazy paradigm and then. I thought bethany would've loved my paradigm because she loved me and she was so fiercely. Supportive and believe me hundreds of times when i thought i was crazy heretical. He paused again for a very long time..

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"ihop" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"ihop" Discussed on Ghost Town

"Like that. I don't like that one bit but yeah we've gotten some really nice messages. I would say thank you for the nice reviews and if you to podcast and give us a a nice review or any will the greatest christmas miracle of all an nice review. Okay well all that sounds good to me. speaking miracles. You wanna get back to kansas city circa two thousand eight because now i'm thinking panda express now the brought that up so that's for place. Multiple references dependence. Every time. we do a podcast. I'm usually hungry. Should we get panda express. So we're back we're in grandview. It's outside of kansas city. The men and women of this group are living in different houses off campus dorms. So there's like a men's house and a women's house. We've got tyler. He has this relationship with bethany that appears to be staged to some members of the group. Talent bethany had a relationship loosely. It was characterized as they would go on a date every tuesday between six pm and nine pm and they would spend friday evenings baking bread together. Anything deaton said would mean subordinating. The needs of the group to their own needs. He discouraged bethany from physical displays of affection. There was none of that. They wouldn't even kiss intil their engagement. Two and a half years later about a year after they began formally dating deaton and other members took turns describing their visions of the future. When it was bethany turn she said. Sometimes all i want to do is live in a house with you talking to tyler. Have a baby and maybe some chickens didn't call her selfish in front of everyone and told her to stop elevating her own desires over those of the community. I'm sorry for being selfish and idolizing tyler. She responded to the prayer group. Didn't exerted control in every way in this post collegiate phase of their organization and early twenty ten and told the members of the inner circle that god wanted him to quit working part time math tutor and devote himself completely to his ministry. The group supported themselves deaton by delivering pizzas selling makeup in paint bethany entered accelerated nursing program in twenty eleven but she and everyone else spent much of their time in the prayer room worshipping at home or with deaton or studying the bible and the ihop doctrine once a week the men and women held accountability meetings in their houses reviewing the dynamics in the group and searching out. You know points of sin holier when men shared feelings of desire towards the women beaten might embarrass them by informing the limit they were talking about. Even as deaton strategically strained relationships. He condemned non-communal activities. As relational word of dayton reached hops leaders in may twenty eleven and they were not happy about it. They essentially excommunicated beaten in his extended prayer group from i hop. That's some are conveniently. Didn't began preparing the group for end times. They stockpiled a month's supply of food in the women's health and met twice a week with a guy who was a former soldier. I guess to practice dodging imaginary bullets. Rustling weapons from enemy soldiers in executing combat drills towards the end of the summer anticipation of mike. Amores arrival bethany. His friend from college didn't change room assignments in the men's house. A group member named who had promised to liberate from a homosexual lifestyle. He would room. With michael moore..

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"ihop" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"ihop" Discussed on Ghost Town

"Jason horton. I'm rebecca leave and this goes town another twist in the bizarre story of a woman who was killed in grandview in connection to an alleged religious sect haley harrison tells us a local church is now identifying the victim's husband leader of that group haley. Well that's right. Laura tonight in a statement. The international house of prayer university describes that organization as operating under a veil of secrecy and with disturbing religious practices friday. A student.

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British Airways Owner IAG Said to Prepare Review of Strategy

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:52 min | 2 years ago

British Airways Owner IAG Said to Prepare Review of Strategy

"Let's take a look at the latest business stories now with you and pulse from Bloomberg you in the last few months have not been a great deal of fun for the world's airlines, but the company which owns British Airways is trying to figure out its future. Andrea spoken about. At the beginning of the year it will be a very different story, the company which owns British Airways and at Berry of Spain and also. was very profitable likes to start itself as the world's favourite airline, certainly one of the world's best run airlines of the most most prosper had an operating margin almost fifteen percent last year, but like all of the industry it's in big trouble at the moments eighty four billion dollars of losses across the globe within the industry in two thousand twenty from the coronavirus crisis and Bloomberg understands. The IHOP is reviewing its strategy to help reposition the group as it emerges from the pandemic. It's working with a couple of American banks to study. It's feature. Feature Business. Model and its liquidity needs problem is it's burning through about six hundred million pounds of cash every month? So needs to account to how it can raise more equity or efficient raise more acce- and how it can raise more debt now as a response to the crisis has been somewhat controversial, topped a number of UK government programs like a lot of big companies here topping into government supports. It's also said it's GonNa. Act Twelve thousand jobs 'cause a lot of trouble with the unions who say that the company is. Well paid jobs and planning to employ people on worse contracts members of parliament, branding the airline a national disgrace. The combative Chief Executive Willie Washer fighting back has ever saying that this is not a disgrace lying down on surrendering rather fight were Betas Christ and we will not do that so pretty tough times at International Airline

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Celebrity Donnie Wahlberg starts 2020 by leaving $2020 tip for IHOP server

Jason and Alexis

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Celebrity Donnie Wahlberg starts 2020 by leaving $2020 tip for IHOP server

"But we are leaving big tips if we're celebrities and we want to celebrate twenty twenty Donnie Wahlberg left a two thousand twenty dollar tip and I hop to celebrate the new year okay can I just did he like film this experience or he's just telling us about it because there's just something that seems incredibly crass about that even though I'm sure the person who got the twenty twenty was very happy actually we heard it from Jenny McCarthy sheep said Donnie Wahlberg starting twenty twenty off like the amazing man he is she wrote on Twitter along with a photo of their credit card receipt which included his hand written thanks Bethany twenty twenty tip challenge and happy new year it's a generous tipping trend that started in Michigan when a server at Thunder Bay river restaurant received I was like this is like a thing it's a thing it was started by a non celebrity and now Donnie Wahlberg psych I will take that challenge that is awesome there's nothing that I can say about that that is just incredible the girl cried she was overjoyed for her I'm sure she's absolutely happy there's just something I don't know self serving about it like your wife is the one that's like telling the world about your good deed well you think that they probably should just kept it private I wanted to pass it around her own social media she should have I would for sure they can write that off now because they used it for their job there we go ahead and talked about it I thought I was the most cynical person thankfully and he came to the

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Airlines Planning Their Futures With The Possibility Of A Third Runway At Heathrow Airport

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:24 min | 2 years ago

Airlines Planning Their Futures With The Possibility Of A Third Runway At Heathrow Airport

"Seven years until the first aircraft are due to be cleared for takeoff on Heathrow's plan third runway and such has been the history of the project this may be an optimistic estimate this does not stop airlines planning for it however not least Virgin Atlantic which has announced that it hopes to use an expanded Heathrow to service eighty eighty four new destinations thirty five of them long-haul including Sydney Lima Calgary Beijing and Buenos Ayres joined with more on this by LS Taylor Asia editor at the aviation analytics firm CERIUM LS seriously. How much mileage is there in an airline planning for what it's going to do with Heathrow's food runway well you could sort of say that Virgin Atlantic really getting out there ahead of the runway and trying to stake a claim for for a number of thoughts that would really been up quite a number of new routes for them and bring a lot of competition to the Heathrow market but you know it's a long way out and there's a lot of water that has to pass under the bridge a before the runway actually gets going and be to make sure that they actually get the slots that they wouldn't eight to operate all these flights. It's a pretty ambitious claim and bold putting it out there but I guess you have to start somewhere and then going hard so is this basically politicking by Virgin Atlantic. They're throwing down a market here very much so and really what they're attacking is the way that slots are allocated Ed. Hey throw the current logic sort of says that when the new runway opens and opens up a bunch of new slots for flights to come in and out is it they'll probably followed. Loyd the same way that they allocated and then that sees British Airways of course control a bit over half the slots there so be has been planning on taking a quite a lion's share of that so we've also saying that other airlines like Easyjet have shown some interest in to Heathrow if those slots became available so that have to pull up quite a coup to get all these additional also they would need to launch all these routes and then there's other things with the agreements between the United Kingdom and other Asian countries with actual slots from the other countries to fly there too so lot to sort out well you invoke the the name of Virgin Atlantic's Great Nemesis British Airways is is this staking of acclaimed by Virgin Atlantic something that should be seen within in the context of rivalry. I think that's a large part of it but the other big driver is that one of the big companies behind Virgin Atlantic apart from Richard Branson his Delta Airlines and since Delta bought a forty nine percent stake in the airline. They've really gone about who expand it and push it into different markets obviously tying up with Delta's network in the United States but Delta also has greg global ambitions and I think what we're seeing a bit here is Delta of pushing virgin to become part of that more global network that they're looking to build you should we therefore Frantisek county new or counterclaim by British Airways or or might they rise loftily above it. Is this one of those rivalries that matters rather all the more to the small participant on the larger one. I think in this one that British Airways again to probably fight back quite what quite strongly on that we've already seen some comments from the parent company. IHOP essentially saying that vision has a number of slots releasing out to other airlines. I want they using those I I think there's going to be very much a scramble on offer win. These thoughts do come available not only with the eye but with other foreign airlines as well who would like to increase capacity to throw so it'll be interesting to see what bonfire emerges at that time. What is the current thinking among airlines on. How likely the third runway actually happening is? I think a lot of airlines are quite hurtful but many airlines have also have been through this process any number of times. I think the third run wise been talked about for certainly as long as I've been in the industry that's been quite a while. Oh and with you politics being the why they are not that I'm any expert on that Boris Johnson of course famously put forward the Boris Laurus oil and alternative to to Heathrow while back so I suspect it might be hard to to get through but the reality is at the same time that Heathrow does need the additional runway needs the capacity and not doing so really hurt the economy of London mean all the things that could still happen to stop it from happening joining not too sure on the specifics at this point in time it it does look like it. It will go ahead but having said that we've been through that a few times before where it's been given the clearest indication that yes everything is going through and then something upsets the plan and it gets pushed further down the road. It's a I wouldn't necessarily rule out that happening again but really it is kind of you could actually passed the crunch point now. we act which this needs to be built. You made a brief allusion their to the current state of British politics and the B word does affect infect almost everything the thing is there any doubt in aviation circles about whether or not the fact of Brexit might have an impact on Heathrow as an important air how or do people just take the for granted as part of the architecture travel it has been something that has caused a bit of angst previously for a lot of airlines and I'm trying to work out how things will work pice brexit world. It seems that that angst is largely been assuaged that most airlines have their structures sit up to to work with you. Have that will work I think it's inevitable that even though brexit could cause some economic disruption that London will still be a city that lots of people will visit. It's going to be a place where people connect between North America through the rest of Europe and Africa and other continents so inevitably Heathrow itself itself. I think still has a a lodge harold apply now. Let's tell thank you for joining us.

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

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 3 years ago

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

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

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"ihop" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"ihop" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"At IHOP dot org. Meet up in two minutes. Why both sides want bar and Muller on Capitol Hill. Chris Davis reports how a Hamilton county judge got snared in his state police drug investigation. And why the children's museum is backing the dig in Wyoming's Jurassic mile all that and more from the plumbing heating paramedic studios after FOX News Radio. You're listening to ninety three WIBC WIBC one Indianapolis steps sign. Lisa lacerra, Fox News. One day after the summary of the Muller investigations released. Lawmakers split on what to do next. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the special counsel's conclusion that no Trump campaign official colluded with Russia should put a rest to the fixation with re-litigating the 2016 campaign and a sign political moment all of this would be very welcome news to all Americans in top Senate democrat. Chuck Schumer says more needs to be known beyond the four page summary provided by the attorney general the Justice department has declined even to say how many pages the report includes as if that were some sort of state secret Schumer made a request for the Senate to adopt the house passed resolution calling for the reports public release a move blocked by McConnell Lisa Jared earlier today. President Trump said he wished the inquiry could wrapped up sooner a lot of people out there that have done some very very evil things. Very bad things. I would say treasonous things against our country and the president calls for an investigation into how the probe started a high profile attorney who represented a woman in the case against President Trump now in legal trouble of his own. Fox's grenell? Scott has this live Lisa Michael avenue was arrested in New York on extortion charges. Prosecutors say he executed a classic shakedown of sports apparel giant Nike threatening to unveil misconduct allegations against the company. US attorney Jeff Berman said avenue as actions had nothing. To do with the law. Instead. Have used illegal and extortionate threats for the purpose of taming of obtaining, millions of dollars payments for himself avenue. Audie was also charged in L A with federal federal Bank and wire fraud counts after defrauding a client. These are separate cases that could total close to one hundred years in prison. Lisa. Thanks canal. Fox.

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"ihop" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ihop" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Take the fifth ihop, they all privileges given -solutely nothing. Make them litigated all the way to supreme court for every bit of evidence. The acting attorney general Joe says that the molar probe is close to winding down. Are you buying this? No friggin idea. I don't know what the hell maverick talking about. Seven you know, linebacker a ball. You can barely get a sentence out of his mouth that news. The other day. I know Joe appreciate you making sensitive. They should we embark. It's and then you've been so it's been so vital the way you have said when William bar comes into game changes in Washington DC, doesn't it Joe? I've known Bill now for thirty years. I have a great deal of respect for his legal minds. He's nobody's patchy he won't do anything improper. He won't do anything that the president asked him to do will do. What's right? I know the president appreciates that and understand that the kind of person Bill Bill will do what is necessary to set the ship, right? Yeah. Joey preset your time, man. Thanks for fighting the fight on and making so much said, you know, those of us who are Lehman trying to make sense of it. You make sense of it on TV show. And thanks for making Italians proud, my friend. You bet your great to talk to you. Okay. You as well, Joe digenova, right? There is smart guy. I watch. I am confused L that's happening. Because I'm so such a patriot. I love this country so much and I see we're on the right path. Right. And I think I speak for you too. And then and I was this happening. This is it is pre prewar Germany. It's the Silvio Soviet Union. You know, and then and then I watch Joe digenova on TV, I go I make sense of it. And then we find out we're not wrong. It's good to question. This is really bizarre times. And thank you for listening and being so concerned with all of this going on. And it's not just just don't Rogers a friend that has nothing to do with. It has nothing to do with it. It's just the way this is all going down under the the Donald Trump presidency..

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"ihop" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"ihop" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"Right. Certainly not everybody has to be able to go out to breakfast. At our waiter feels guilty, right? He cannot be getting very large tips with how long things are taking. And so we finally get the Bill Lindsay just handed to me. I like you felt the tip all that stuff. And our Bill was I think forty bucks something like that. I don't know if you've been I hop before. But it's not exactly the most expensive place to eat. And so I can't help myself. All right. Very clearly on the receipt fifty dollar tip for this guy. And all right. The tip not because. Of sharing it on the show. But because this guy is the one that's a way from his family. Right. He's apologized. Profusely? He's not the cook. He's not the one that didn't show up for work. He's not to blame for any of this stuff. If anything this guy should be pissed off. He's he's not anywhere where he wants to be. And then he's in this restaurant. Having do a bunch of people that are mean to him. And so tell just leaving the tip on the table wanna make sure that he gets a special in crowded restaurants. We call him back over and like he's just overcome with joy appreciation right miles from year to year is water up. Lindsey hugs them. I hug him. And we then get to share the the lesson with John not only all the things I've already shared, but also too much is given much is expected. Really right here. We are. This family. That's really has everything we need. That's where able to share this and share our good fortune with someone else and not saying that he is less fortunate. I don't believe that to be true at all odds. Leave it just a good way to pay it forward. And show her the nothing's really worth being that upset about. And of course, as we go throughout the rest of our day. The the fiascoes will call it it. I have never came up again. It didn't come up because ultimately was not that big of a deal. Just like so many things are life. We make mountain out of a mole hill. Here. We are sitting around frustrated that we can't get our fast food as fast as we want. It. When all actually doesn't really matter. We out food John. I gotta go to referred house and open presents go to grandparents house. No from presence. We all had Christmas dinner together and life was fine. So I have to ask you. Where's it in your life? Your not stopping. To view and receive the lesson. That's being presented to you. Is it in your body? Right. Like for me this morning. I had a massive headache. One of the first days. I can remember I said, I'm not going to the gym. I didn't box. I didn't work out the lesson was stopped pushing so K. The wheels are going off your boss in the day. Maybe I'd much the same. Maybe it's in your relationship. Maybe some business, right? There's a lesson. Literally. I believe Bech with this entire show is based around something that happens in my life. The Ben I share and make it fit into a box teaches me a lesson about my body, my relationship or business. I think just keeping your eyes open to that can change your perspective on really what we do here. And what matters and what doesn't. And I'll share with you the once you can change perspective and received the gifts every day. All the days are after you're able to get shit's done..

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"ihop" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ihop" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"We know that some time was going to be another forty five minutes before we get our food. So now, we've been at I hop in the better part of two hours on Christmas day, and my incredibly outgoing gregarious lovely wife is very feisty. She's very frustrated and very mad and all things that are. I hop at this point. They should have more servers should shut on the restaurant. They should do anything else. This is ridiculous. We should leave. Right. That the list goes on and on. I'm not saying I'm not thinking many of these things myself. She just happened to verbalize them. So we get done eating. Meta take some time for the check. Right. I mean, they're still massively understaffed. It's not just because we got our food that magically the others. There's more people in the restaurant more servers more waiters more help. And Lindsey yet again is getting frustrated if we got things to do we've got places to be. I don't disagree with her. Right. I don't disagree with her at all. We certainly do. It's Christmas day Jonah has not yet been to her father's house. She's not into grandparent's house. We do have other things which eve. By for look to look at really our fault. We didn't remember to bring our groceries from your parents house. Anyone's that was. In the memory Bank that we didn't do that. We then decided collectively as a group to hop. Then once we're here, we decided to tough it out. And wait, we can't really be upset at anybody else. Well, Lindsey in that Kerr moment did not really want to hear that. I get it. Right. I mean, her family's waiting. So then present one more different perspective. The some perspective that fortune that we are that we to be inside a warm restaurant with people that we love sharing a hot meal. When there's literally probably five to ten thousand people in Columbus. That don't have that luxury that are homeless or don't have family or don't have the ability to have a warm meal here, we are frustrated that took us two hours to eat a breakfast. That is really a luxury..

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"ihop" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"ihop" Discussed on 15 Minutes to Freedom: A Warrior’s Daily Focus on Journals and Meditations

"Ridell. Today's episode is I hop. Today's episode. I'm going to share with you. A lesson that I was able to share with Jonah Christmas day at up. Sonera by you. But Christmas was almost anti-climatic for us this year. This is the first year that Jonah did not believe in Santa Claus. Which is unique ride this fifth Christmas that I've got to spend with Lyndon Jonah. I as husband and wife, but every year prior Jonah has completely believed in Santa Claus alpha on the shelf Christmas magic all those fun things. This year was just not the same. She just turned nine. I've shared before. I believe that she's fairly advanced. And so she slept into like nine thirty. She rushed downstairs. She was happy. She was excited. Right. And we're very fortunate as a family where between Lindy I- Jonah's father, John grandparents, she admittedly would tell you. She has everything that she would want and some stuff she probably didn't even want. So even as we had asked to repeatedly for Christmas list. It was pretty sparse. I think that's a great place to be in for each child have that level of self awareness. They're not just asking for things to ask. But Jonah truly realizes the fortunate nature in which she gets to live life. It's always start opening gifts as a family around ten AM. And believe we're done by eleven eleven fifteen. And unfortunately, the the evening before we were at John Earl Indies parents house, not unfortunately, they were we were there. But the unfortunate nature when we left Lindsey had purchased breakfast items, like bacon and cinnamon rolls and all types of stuff that I'm sure we evidently didn't really need. And as we get home. We realize that we left all those things at her parents house. So we don't really have food in our house for Christmas day. Not in the world. We're gonna make pancakes we're gonna make eggs all the things that one could make with what we have sit around the house. Then I get the bright idea. There's gotta be some place. Open for us to go. Grab breakfast. Some scroll to the internet has one would do in now searching for somewhere to gain some Susman's. And I stumble across the fact that I hop and Denny's are both open on Christmas day. And so I asked Yana being the the young lady of the house, which she likes to go out for breakfast. I hop or would you like to make pancakes and eggs here. The house. Well, she says very quickly. I want to go. I hope they have some special birthday cake cupcake pain cakes that she loves. And so we're in our matching pajamas. Yes. Our entire family. I look like the abominable snowman it was this white fuzzy. Got awful outfit with little rabbit ears. I don't even know how to describe this thing, but me waddling through. I hop it. Two hundred sixty five pounds was rather humorous, but as we pull into this to the I hops parking lot which about twenty five or thirty minutes away from our house. Realise I might have been awful little more now prepared to chew. Sad fully assumed that this parking lot was going to be empty right as Christmas day who in their right mind goes out for breakfast on Christmas day. Apparently, I'm not nearly as a rigid. I thought I was there are a bunch of people who out to Christmas breakfast. As we walk in through the door. We are told it's a twenty five to thirty minute. Wait after waiting for twenty minutes. So we go back and forth and Lindsay's already a little short. She's not all that excited. Of course, her Jonah hungry, mathematically can't help. But be logical. If we were to leave the restaurant after waiting twenty minutes drive, thirty minutes back home, then cook food. It doesn't really make a lot of sets. I like we're not gonna get any sort of food in our stomach more quickly. And so we talk it out. And really, I mean, how tough is it? Right. You're standing in the warmth. There's a bunch of other people are also waiting to get fed food. And we just kind of hunker down. We sit out on one of the benches, and we called much more quickly than I had imagined. We would. Show to our seat. We sit down. And the restaurants not completely fool, but we can overhear some of the server saying look we had a couple of people call off. It's really a skeleton crew, we're doing the best. We can it's gonna take some time. Well, little did..

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IHOP's name change: What does IHOb stand for?

Glenn Beck

00:56 sec | 4 years ago

IHOP's name change: What does IHOb stand for?

"Pre ihop says it's changing its branding to call itself i hob with a beef burgers instead of p for pancakes quite novel has reaction the name change isn't permanent but the international house of pancakes tweeted a short clip of pancakes being swapped for burgers to promote its non breakfast items it wasn't long before other restaurants took to twitter themselves fast food chain wendy's tweeting not really afraid of the burgers from a place that decided pancakes were too hard and water burger chiming in tweeting as much as we love our pancakes we'd never change our name to what a pancake the big reveal surprised a lot of people who thought the b would stand for breakfast but the restaurant confirmed it's pushing its burgers i'm clayton a few to performed at harlem's legendary apollo theater tuesday night in an invite only concert says taking the stage at the apollo has been on his bucket list for years decades ago barna wrote the song angel of.

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KFC creating vegetarian version of its fried chicken in U.K.

Jalen and Jacoby

01:23 min | 4 years ago

KFC creating vegetarian version of its fried chicken in U.K.

"Good was out there might not even be on lsd but if that could have been the only thing you can think of as an excuse i'm just saying i if you're if you're a person who plays video games a lot sometimes you're out in the real world and something looks like something in the game and your brain for a quick second like let's say you play for a lot and there's a tobin smash things because you need the it's fine me a friend of a friend of my friend wanted to nash things because she felt choosing the video game can you see confirmed is testing vegetarian fried chicken okay so i wanna say keep it moving because like what a dumb thing that i wanna hit the brakes because i don't understand why or what or how so i'm not a vegetarian but i do like to eat vegetarian food however the type of foods that are vegetarian i don't like is when vegetarian food tries to be non vegetarian food have you had like the impossible burger or whatever it's like guess what there are lots of good vegetarian options you do not need to fake non vegetarian options that's really smart like a veggie platter i'm not anti veggie crew detail with the branch lots of ranch or slit i'm not i don't need you to pretend to be a burger what if you took the vegetarian fried chicken and dip in ranch.

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British Airways, Ihop and Bloomberg discussed on

01:40 min | 4 years ago

British Airways, Ihop and Bloomberg discussed on

"The parent company of british airways has bought a stake in norwegian air shuttle and may make a full bid for the airline according to people familiar with the matter and offer from ihop could value norwegian at about three billion dollars including debt norwegian has aggressively moved into bo cost intercontinental flights tesla is taking the unusual step of withdrawing from a federal investigation of a fatal crash involving one of its vehicles the electric car maker says the ntsb won't allow it to release information on its driver assistance program autopilot which was used in the crash tesla was criticized for blaming the crash on the driver china's on bang is said to be interviewing banks about possible asset at sales we get details from bloomberg's ed corry according to people with knowledge of the matter the troubled chinese insurers interviewing investment banks to advise on potential asset investments the chinese government took temporary control of on bong in february saying at the time it would consider all or partial sales of its assets on bond burst onto the global scene in two thousand fourteen with a one point nine five billion dollar purchase of new york's waldorf astoria hotel and continued its by benched by snapping up financial companies at marquee properties around the world ed corry bloomberg radio warren buffett is opposing us jeez board we get details from bloomberg's jeff bellinger berkshirehathaway is planning to oppose us jeez board nominees in an upcoming shareholder vote backing a revolt after the wall board makers spurned a takeover bid from germany's naf naf which owns about ten percent of us g is calling for shareholders to vote against board nominees next month as a way to pressure the company into accepting the almost six billion dollar deal berkshire support of naf adds to the pressure.

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