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"thomas pope" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"thomas pope" Discussed on AP News

"Or apprehension towards encountering any powers. We will give our final words to our enemies on the battlefield suddenly said without mentioning the US directly at the time. Iran retaliated by launching a ballistic missile strike on a military base in Iraq that cause brain concussion injuries to about 100 U. S troops. Likewise, the head of Iran's judiciary every him racy settle. Those who had a role in silly money's killing will not be able to escape law and justice even if they were a U. S. President. I'm Karen Thomas. Pope Francis ushered in the new year with a traditional blessing from the papal library, pushing through nerve pain that forced him to skip ceremonies at Saint Peter's Basilica At Donahue. AP News. Athena was recovering from having her back leg amputated after being hit by a car when she disappeared from Dylan Summers yard, He thought she was gone for good. It turned out his friend with looking for a dog online and just happen to come across Europe contacted him. He's like, Hey, whatever happened your dog, Gateway Pet Guardians program. Him. Director Alicia Vianello says they posted Athena's picture on their website so she could be found or adopted. Everyone was super excited and I've talked to him a few times and then and he's so happy and he's really thankful, and he said she's doing awesome. Vianello says They got Athena from animal control after she was rescued from a property last year, they took in more than 800 dogs and reunited 25 with owners. I'm Julie Walker. Vandals have struck the homes of the leaders of the U. S. House and Senate over the holiday weekend. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is home in Louisville, Kentucky, was spray painted early Saturday with messages including, Where's My Money? And Mitch kills the poor, an apparent reference to Congress's failure to approve an increase in the amount of money being sent to individuals. Help cope with the Corona virus pandemic. Senate Republicans blocked efforts to boost the payment from $600 to 2000 and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is home in San Francisco. Someone spray painted graffiti and left a pig's head and fake blood on New Year's Day. Police in both cities are investigating. I'm Ben Thomas. Thank you for listening.

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"thomas pope" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"thomas pope" Discussed on The CyberWire

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Cloud at extra hop dot com slash trial that it's extra hop dot com slash trial and we thank extra hop for sponsoring our show funding for this cyber wire podcast is made possible in part by McAfee security built by the power of harnessing one billion threat sensors from device to cloud intelligence What's that enables you to respond to your environment and insights that empower you to change it McAfee the device to cloud cybersecurity company go to McAfee Dot Com uh-huh slash insights from the cyber wire studios at data tribe. I'm Dave Bittner with your cyber wire summary for Wednesday October twenty third two thousand nineteen malware bytes continues its study of the relationship among major card and in this case it specifically made cart group five the dry decks banking trojans with which made card group five appears to share some domains and the carbonate crime gang that seems to be behind both of them of interest in their current study is the conclusion that made card group five represents an advance in sophistication over its predecessors this criminal activity goes after bigger scores and accomplish mize's third party suppliers the better propagate itself downstream VPN mentor discovered data exposed by Best Westerns gently acquired auto clerk reservation system it appears to be another case of a misconstrued database this one has drawn attention because US government personnel personal information and travel itinerary is were among the information open to inspection it's probable that too much is being made of this truly sensitive military track level for example is unlikely to be conducted over a commercial reservation system it's also worth noting that best western apparently inherited this issue when it acquired autocue Lurk VPN mentor says they notice the database a few weeks after best western made the acquisition comparisons are inevitably being drawn to Marriott's acquisition of star would which enmeshed the hospitality firm in a messy incident also involving inherited vulnerabilities due diligence in acquisition is important and that's good lesson to learn but it's also harder to do that then it seems to outsiders which should also be noted less those staying in glass hotels throw too many stones proteome warns that it's found Joker malware in another APP that's being offered in Google play the APP in question is inap- lock with she's intended to enable users to lock certain data behind a pin thus not every APP that promises a measure of security or privacy delivers as advertised but the download our beware we've still got cyber wire team members down in Atlanta at security weeks twenty nineteen ICS cybersecurity conference touring the event floor they're hearing some familiar observations industrial firms the buyers of security can find it difficult to distinguish among the products and solutions the vendors have on offer and we continue to hear calls for better hygiene for attention to the basics in these respects the OT space will sound familiar to those who are used the thinking of security for the it space several of the lessons Thomas Pope of Dragos drew in his presentation this morning where of that variety he advised his session on the importance of locking down permissions and that being able to see and understand data in the systems are paramount? He also urged the importance of harmonizing traditional it and process data several presentations have made similar points they've also noted areas where traditional it and ot security tend to verge where the differences emerge are the points where industrial systems raise issues of safety and where matters of process integrity become matters of physics is operators concern themselves in particular with issues of sensor reliability and with the ways in which manual recovery may itself be rendered problematic the difference program this morning took up the difficulties of blindness with respectable programs end supply chains Eric buyers CEO of Edelweiss offered moderately encouraging view of the challenges of developing a software bill of materials suitable for securing the supply chain Robert dyson global OT security services. Business Leader at IBM delivered plea for attention to detail in the OT space and for applying the security lessons learned in it environments to control systems as you may know tomorrow is the Cyber Wires Sixth annual women in cybersecurity reception the reception highlights and celebrates the value accesses of women in the cybersecurity industry we're grateful to our sponsors who helped make this event possible during the event our guests will have an opportunity to hear perspectives on versity in our industry from this year's hosting sponsor no before as well as representatives from our presenting sponsors McAfee Northrop Grumman and Trinity Cyber are uh-huh sponsors include centurylink Cooley exelon and recorded future we're grateful to Oliver Sponsors for making this year's women cybersecurity reception possible and we're looking forward to seeing many of you there tomorrow night as our women in cybersecurity event approaches we've been highlighting the successes of women in our Industry Mandy Rod Gers is one of those women she's an operations manager at Northrop Grumman were proud to say northrop grumman is one of the sponsors of our event my unintentional cyber dirty actually began and I was quite young I grew up in a farm town in I'll say southern northern Virginia my mother who worked at fantail in the signals intelligence office was a rental vehicle card dispatcher for that vint hill respective arm and she would sometimes bring me to work or to her nighttime cybersecurity call judge classes that actually took place in the barn so that was kind of those touch points that really early on probably before was even ten years old got me exposed to cyber so your mother had that had that interest of her own and you saw bat and and I thought that was that sparked your own interest exactly so I was always a technologically savvy child just because of US growing up in age where we were starting to beak on computers starting to have personal home computers not quite young enough I'll say to have grown up with cell phones but you know I was definitely playing video games from a young age on booted from floppy disks and that was very exciting to me so fast forward ten years from those young days and I was in high school still not really understanding the implications of cyber and analogy just yet and I go to enroll my senior year in this fashion marketing class and it was the really cool election that people took because we got to take field trips from our wolf farm town to go see the Sachi in the Louis Vuitton store and that was really kind of a cool interest of mine growing up fast forward I get my curriculum for the and my fashion marketing classes not on there I instead have this computer math course I've never heard of nobody's ever taken before my high school and I go to my guidance counselor and I'm like hey what is this my electives supposed to be fun this doesn't sound fun you know I already really good at math and I'm taking the advanced courses in English and math I want to transfer out of this you told me nope the classes full you're good with computers you're good with math stick through it and get the that course ended up being the history of computers and also an introduction to programming I found out I was really passionate about solving heart problems and learning how to do things a little bit more differently and my male professor my male teacher actually encouraged me to Sousse stem and then my grandfather also part of this cyber DNA that I didn't realize I had until much later in life a career navy cryptology told me that I was going to be an engineer now in retrospect as you look back do you think that that guidance counselor was actually looking out for your best interest by placing insisting you be in that class rather than the fashion class you had your heart set on absolutely I think that there are couple pivotal points in my life and that might be have been one of them actually it definitely was one of them Where someone nudge me to go into an area that I wasn't really familiar with or what the the grander impact really had on my life had I not taken that class I wouldn't even know what an engineer looked like what they did I wouldn't even know what computer programming really was despite growing up in the days where we all had my space pages.

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"thomas pope" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"thomas pope" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Eight thirty six twenty two. Little bit of a flurry outside WFAN t- integrity radio. John coupon show at Thomas pope. Joined by Mark Missouri's of the news herald. How are you Mark doing well yourself element? We are doing well talking sasquatch talking duck the now we're talking movies. So that's always natural transit absolutely nothing finer, so a better week for you a little bit more out there to look forward to like I said last week, I like those movies. I just didn't think that they would have like a wide appeal. I think we have to movies that do have a wider appeal one of which I quite liked one of which I did not. Let's do the did not win. I all right. So maybe you just want accuse me of being a guy, and it's kind of a rom com. But I thought what men want was mostly a pile of trash. To put it bluntly. I mean, it starts out. Okay. You know, this is sort of a remake reboot. Whatever the right word would be of the I think it's two thousand Meyers directed Mel Gibson. Starring Helen hunt, featuring what women want where Mel Gibson's character gains the ability to hear inside women's head and use that to his advantage. And I haven't seen it probably since it was out. But if I had the gas learned some lessons along the way, and that's basically what happens in what men want put a Rajabi Henson starve empire star Hidden Figures in the Mel Gibson role, and she can hear inside men's head. Unlike look fine reboot world, we remake everything we redo everything. Aren't that? Many original ideas. I'm okay with that. I thought this is actually a pretty good idea. It's not like it's better than rebooting something that happened two years ago. You know, this was actually now several years ago, and she's kind of interesting, I don't love her. But I like her she's interesting. I don't watch empire. She's great on that. And you know, this movie gets to this thing happened. She can hear inside their heads. There's some funny moments. You know, it's a lot. It's a really crass R rated type of com- comedy. Which like look, I'm fine with R rated movies. I just think in many cases, and specifically in this movie that the writers just go, you know, gross and vulgar instead of being clever. I want both, you know, like the hangovers a foul movie. But I think there's lack clever stuff going on in the hangover. This is just mostly foul because they didn't have any good ideas, in my opinion. And then what they said they set this up. There's a romance. There's a business interest. She's a she's a fairly powerful sports agent at an Atlanta sports agency. But and she thinks she's about to make partner, but she mostly represents female athletes. Lisa Lesley, the WNBA people like that. I think they reference Serena Williams, although she's not in the movie Lisa, Leslie is. But she gets passed over because he doesn't represent any of the she doesn't represent major league. Baseball players football players basketball player. So the the the business stories about is about her trying to land this future NBA number one overall pick, and then the romantic picture is her trying to finally like understand a man, and, you know, find some Sheila. Is exhibiting from you. So Lazlo read like once it sets, it's pieces in place, and it's it does that. Okay. Not great. And then it's just so flat in my opinion. I mean, I went to a girls night out advanced screening. And I think a lot of women enjoyed it more than I did. But I've been to other movies like that where they're just roaring in laughter. And I didn't feel that. So I'll be interested to see how this movie does. Because I just thought it was really flat and an unimpressive and uninspiring. The movie I probably before you and I were talking on the air. But was it called girls night date night a couple years ago hysterical? So I think you can do that kind of movie. Well, but this is just like, I I wrote this Murphy this just feels like Valentine's Day season released, and we'll just give the girls a reason to get together. And we'll make a lot of money. But like God forbid, you write anything halfway decent. And there you go. With that one. Now, there was a good one. Hopefully, this is the one I'm thinking of. So I've seen now all of the big screen LEGO movies. And I'm a I'm a varying fan of I think they all do a good job. I think was probably the weakest well, let me before you go on let me ask you about that. Because are you saying it's the weakest because you don't know the story because that's how I felt about it. I don't know that whole thing. I dislike Legos I liked the characters, but I don't know that whole story. So I wasn't as. Capsulated by as I was with Batman Ryan, I was with the other. I certainly didn't know going in. I think you get a gist of like, I think it's fine. I think I gave it to enough stars. Like, it's a good movie. I I think all those LEGO movies are creative and fun and an offbeat in a really pleasant way. I just think I think it was a little below the other ones I really liked the first LEGO movie, and I almost like the Batman movie is much. I really liked this the LEGO movie to the second part. I thought it was most of the time, hysterical and clever. All these movies for me about an hour in. I'm kind of ready for them to be over. Just because it's such a like onslaught on the senses, and it's such a it's like a nonstop sugar rush that sort of even though it's good, and our sort of feels like an hour and a half sort of feels like two hours to be. That's so this rolls on for an hour forty five roughly. But you know, it it it gives your money's worth. Ultimately, I want a movie that's at the end of the day for kids like this one is I wanted to work for kids, but also for adults, and I think this one really does I took. A buddy of mine from college in his I wanna say seven year old son. And my Buddy Ryan, and I were laughing at some of the same clever jokes kids wouldn't get and then a character throws up and my little buddies kid just lost couldn't wait to talk about it after my favorite part was like, yeah. No. I get it Tyler I get it. So, you know, it's not the perfect movie everything, but Chris Pratt again voices amid Elizabeth banks voices Lucy at will Arnett is back as Batman. And those those three give great vocal performances. I think Chris Pratt a treasure. So yeah, I I highly recommend this movie. If you like that kind of thing, I do a lot because I really did enjoy the first one is it are there more names in this one because the first one just had every person which way from Sunday in it is it the same with this. Like there's voices that if you step back and say, oh, that's him. Like, I know Jona hill is green lantern. Channing Tatum is superman. Yeah, I think those people are all back. I know Jonah hill is definitely in it. I I didn't recognize. Channing tatum. Who's voice it might be him? Maybe I didn't look at the credits. Tiffany haddish plays a new character. Okay. Queen from the star system, which is kind of a little easy to decipher joke and. The stars. You remember how the first one ended this movie picks up five years later, and an apocalypse has befallen this LEGO kingdom in this house in its bricks. Berg is now apocalypse Berg and. The the joke that sets it all up is that Lou all the all the characters have fallen on hard times, the places a wasteland. Everyone's depressed war has ravaged the image. Just locking lug. Everything is awesome. Coffee and Lucy's trying to teach him to be a brooding hero dark euro that they need. He just doesn't get it. And he has to go on and save them. So it it's a nice day. This isn't a trailer. But so I don't feel like I'm the too much, but one of my favorite jokes is, you know, on his way to this other. He's on a spaceship to try to save everybody. And then his ships about to hits hits by some asteroid. There's other character comes to mind if I save you not at all. Great delivery by Chris. No, not at all. That would be fantastic. Some of the other night, Nick Offerman. A lot of people know Ron Swanson love Ron Swanson metal beard. Charlie day is also in will Ferrell yet will Ferrell the father in the in the house, my Rudolph's in there to Jason momoa who. Oh, oh, that's right. He actually aquaman and that. Who else did Channing Tatum is superman Jonah hill will forte as ABRAHAM LINCOLN? Who voices wonder woman is a gal gadoe Kobe smoulders. Okay. From how I met your mother and the the avengers movies and. Gary Payton from the former of the SuperSonics is in their Bruce Willis, I saw that in the preview when I saw that. That's where I'm like, I have to see this movie. See it's one of those movies that so packed with references. And and little sorta cameos I forgot about Bruce Willis season like two or three seen. So there's a lot going on in this movie. I'm used to being an air vents. That that was it. I saw that pretty solid. Let's see here, you probably know a lot of these names more than me. But that's I mean, it looks really good Zalm excited to see it. It is. I think if you like the for, you know, it's like the first one guy like this. Yeah. Absolutely. I think oh Alfred pennyworth. Ralph fines is Alfred pennyworth. He doesn't know he doesn't play him in any of the live action. I was thinking of Jeremy Irons, excuse me. That is so awesome. Very cool. All right. Boys. Well, we've got fifteen minutes. Are there any other movies that you did? Mar. No, that's it for this for this week next week. We'll have alita battle angel which have already seen, but we should talk more about next week. But that's kind of a that's one of the ones where I'd say if you're going to see it go find the big screen, go pay for the extra three D 'cause it's worth it. We talk more about that. And then I'm seeing I haven't seen it yet. Happy death day to you happy birthday. Seen time. I've seen the first one like it. And I feel like you didn't like it. I like it. I liked her aggression. I really did like her like a B movie. And you know, it's done it during the time loop thing, which means done before. I thought I was I it's one of those movies. I thought I liked it. I gave it a relatively positive review. And then for a while. I had Cinemax Cinemax is always running our just get sucked in like watching this again. So it was just killing was groundhog day is a thriller. I'm with you. And the second one as I thought when I was watching it. I'm like they're bringing this back. I thought it was the first one because she was in the same clothes. Same guy's dorm room. And then decided to do it. I really want to be wrong about this. The trailer really looks like just trying to go back to the well, I'm not optimistic based on the trailer solely. But I did like that first one. So I'm going to try to give this creative team some benefit. But I don't understand how where else can you go with that? Because now they're going after her friends. Woo. That's what got me. That's what's kind of put me off is like okay now you now you want to go after the friends you and I don't understand why they use the baby New Orleans pelicans mascot face. Again. That's worth set is it. What's that? College. That's the college mascot, which creepiest college mascot ever. Well. Okay. So if you will know if you look at New Orleans baby pelican, okay? You will see that? That is the or before they changed the Pierre. The pelican, okay, the baby before or no, actually, you know, what? Now, they think about it's actually the minor league baseball team now. Okay. Yep. Because they did the baby cakes. Because they were in the P L when I was at in Sacramento, and I looked at it. And I'm like that is just the most district. Don't why is that even at a baseball game their children there. I didn't know that will scare the hell out of them..

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"thomas pope" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"thomas pope" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Dog. Wow. The biggest transition. A cat cat dog. I'm definitely a cat. Wade. I'm a dog. You said it's so defeating Lee y. I'm what it does. I'm a hugger Zarni come on. Gimme Levin me. So I'm a dog dog. That's okay. It's the rate of base. What's up much, happier? Place to be. Do you think? Now, we're talking about this earlier before you girls got here. Do you think men care more about Valentine's Day than women? Do. No, that's what the survey says says that we do. Not the man, I know cap I'm going to screw up. Oh, this is good. Because all the responses are on this page here. So I want to see if they're right in the survey. Obviously, it's a survey. It's right. What's the percentage? Okay. I didn't say it was right? I'm just I'm saying with the percentages would go for don't keep us waiting to get this. Right. I'm asking for your opinion. I wanna know. What do you would? As the top gifts. What are you someone gave you give? It's david. Jeff, jeff. So if Dave and Jeff come home and. What do they need to bring with them? So they don't get the look. So this is changed for me. Obviously. Now, they have a candy store. Because used to really only want seriously box of chocolate in a heart shaped box. That's really all. I ever wanted to know. No one ever got me. It wasn't until years later until I said like three years in a row before I finally got a heart shaped box of candy. That's really what I want. It. But now hip candy source of someone buys me candy. That's weird. Really? I'm good with flowers. So you don't mind the whole that they're going to die. Not really, okay. I don't know. I don't really need a lot of gifts. I need more attention. Okay. Laura. I just wanna go out for dinner not have to cook. Yeah. I I'm not we we don't gift give very much in our. Between my husband and myself in the flower thing came and went because I I was of the mindset also they're just going to die. As it gets to that point to where you say that you really don't give give is that you want to and you don't, but it's just become a habit that you really don't get that involved with it. And you secretly on Thursday next week. You're going to be like, you know, that's well, it's we we have a history with this. History. There's been there's been a lot of occasions where that have come and gone without acknowledgement. So it's kind of funny. I just want ackknowledgement to say happy valentines day, say happy birthday. There was one year where Mike children, nor my husband even acknowledged that it was Valentine's Day, and I had gifts for all of them. And so now any holiday my son will say happy valentines day. The five top ones were romantic dinner, Laura, chocolate and flowers were number two and three a massage and a home cooked meal. Oh, I wanna take my answer back. I want them to is. The indecisive show with Thomas pope and Elizabeth WINZ. They've really should give me a little checklist. ABC's? Tijuana, and then I can just leave that on the counter somewhere. Would if they gave you those little coupon handmade coupon book where Tournus coupon for free hug, and this is a free kiss in. Here's a massage to me anything that shows that they thought about it. Is good enough for me? Okay. With that the next five and this is. You girls may have to explain this. But I just think it's a money thing. Of course, those first five, but then the next five our jewelry, a trip to an exotic and or warm weather locale. Oh, yeah. Spa package. Get worse. Staycationing at a local hotel now station. I wanna go visit Valentine's Day. This those cenex satellites. The next five. Right. So I think that's excessive for Valentine's Day, but I'll take any one of the holy good with that. Three six nine one three Stevens boulevard. Willoughby Ohio four zero nine four. You can make that out to Laura Android. Elizabeth? Yeah. Those things are more for for anivers- Sary's. You know, we we don't buy each other gifts very anniversary because we're spending our money on each other. It's kind of silly. Let's do something together. Go away on a vacation or to buy something for the house. Do you care? Let's let's say the flowers thing. Do you care if the guy or David or Jeff or whoever goes the unoriginal route and goes roses for Valentine's Day, or do you give them more credit? If saved a tulip. Or a chrysanthemum? Like a mall. The thought that counts doesn't matter. What it is. I think you're lying on that one. No, I like all flowers. Okay. So what if they got your bonsai tree? Very cool. I'm not sure what that symbolizes. But. Convince green and cute. I like it. I prefer it has a nice little Santo does have assigned. What a bonsai tree? Yeah. Just put some glitter on Elizabeth be happy. Oh my God. That would be so cool. Yeah. Thomas overriding all this down because we're gonna have to do something for them. Always glitter in her bathroom walls. I already got a notch down about the unicorns in the unicorn poop. So I got everything written down over here. We'll lower your few like glitter too, though. Right. You liked your unicorn named sparkle bubble. Whatever it was. Oh, that's because it was candy related. Oh uptaken candy. Cupcakes sparkle. Candy cane. Sparkley candidate game that would be to sparkling candid cameras. Oh my God. I just thought it was so proprio because I like to eat cupcakes and I work with candy canes. More than half of the men polled admitted that they expect their partner to make a maximum effort. So they're not let's turn the women. Always make the effort in MandA expect it man expect us to make that. Yes. Crap. This is good information for me. We'll get it out of the way a week prior to you seven days yet this right? All I have to do is bring home gummy cubs in Swedish fish in. I'm in like Flynn. Critical. But no this, you know, that's not fun though. That's all he wants. But that's but he knows. And that's not all we want. You don't always get it. What do you want? It. Doesn't matter. What I got that right here shocking role chocolate milk. Chocolate. Eminem's pretzel. Bark great. We get it. Right for the man who's not. Valentine high. But to me Valentine's Day should be celebrated every day. Oh..

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"thomas pope" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

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"I usually find that it probably will reduce by third or so, but the long you leave it on the heat always uncovered because that's what's going to help the concentration of flavors, and it's also going to help get the consistency that you want just continue to look at once it reaches, your consistency. At that point. If you want to add some Texas pepper jelly in there. I would recommend pineapple Habanero. Get a small jar dumped the whole thing in that a little bit of kick on the back end. Nice little bit of sweetness delicious. Totally optional you do not have to use that. There you go. Let's get an idea. This is Dana lash, and you're listening to integrity radio W. I N t thirteen thirty AM and one zero one point five FM Willoughby Cleveland those Super Bowl ribs. It's a winner. Stole it from me. Because it sounds like a winner Tangy. Now, that's pretty darn good, man. Did I miss though with the saucer did I miss a heat? I'm looking at my sheet, and I did not see. Oh, yeah. That was the other thing that I wanted to mention was if you don't want to get that Texas pepper jelly, which is that will add heat because it's a heat as far as you're putting all this stuff in there. But what's the temperature eighty low top medium low? Okay. What does Texas pepper jelly 'cause I've never my nickname high school. Oh, man. I've never seen it back in he told. Oh, thanks pepper. Jelly is product made out of peppers. Of course, Texas, and it's a number of different jellies like you would normally find and then he adds either a jalapeno or Habanero into the mix for some heat. Totally delicious. I was for years. I heard about this guy had relationship with this guy online from freshman and would go to his website. Put that stuff in the car. See the shipping and go. I can't I can't do it. So I wouldn't buy it. I wouldn't I did it for years. And Finally, I was like man everybody talking forget it. I'm going to do it. What a quickly realized that if you get more than one jar. It's not like the shipping costs just as much or more than what you're getting. So, you know, pick out a handful of flavors if you don't like them, call me, and I will buy them from you. But I haven't had a flavor that's bad. I've had pineapple strawberry. And blueberry and passion fruit where did you get it from tech dot com? Yeah. Now shipping might have improved. And he's added a whole bunch of other products to the arsenal. Ribbon candy rib candy. That's a glaze. So the pineapple hobby narrow that I'm talking about is that can go on ice cream. Go over the top of a block of cream cheese. If you want for dip. I mean, it's totally versatile. Relish, pineapple have an arrow which one you mentioned, Texas, passion tight you have had an apricot never had strawberry though. I am blueberry. We've had a at a at a line of last resort. If you want to add heat, and you have it at bits of Cayenne pepper over the top and continued to taste. So you don't blow your mouth off? 'cause it'll go south real quick. You have a good Cayenne pepper. There you go. That's my personal sauce recipe. If you want a copy of it, I can send it to one of you guys you can send it out. Or if you go to my website, the BBQ central show dot com and sign up for the newsletter. You automatically get sent a copy of that same recipe is a thank you for signing up. There you go peach narrow pepper jelly had that. Lucious cherry. So it's apple fabric. Hot berry cherry, peach, pineapple, raspberry strawberry, Texas, passionate in Texas tropical. Strawberry works. Really good in the barbecue sauce too. What would be just for giggles purposes? Could you make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich out of that? Would it taste good? Yes. What I would recommend because it's what I grew up with the strawberry. Of course, there will be heat on that peanut butter and jelly sandwich. That you're not expecting from a regular peanut butter. The reason I ask because of the release of the new Eminem's that are going to be hitting soon. Hala pino. Totally in the dark on Eminem's are coming this way. And that couldn't be less exciting to me. It comes in a green package. Of course, green. I'm happy about it. You are totally decked out in green of green wing pants on tour. No, oh, he's been green for most of the week. Green stops at the waist. There was a one day. I had the the full body 'cause you guys thought I was an eagles fan which I was back in the day. But we'll get the national news John Kubo show with Thomas pope, and Greg grumpy w I n t. News this hour, townhall dot com. I'm rich Thomason. President Trump chiming in on the bipartisan congressional.

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02:44 min | 2 years ago

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"We saw it at the Microsoft theater in Los Angeles. Two years prior to that I went out to L my son lives in Los Angeles. So I went out there to the Hollywood bowl in saw jefflin's ELO with the when he did a show in London that went over really big, and he hadn't toured and thirty years and kinda got the bug. He was Mr. perfectionist. We didn't like the tour as it wasn't right? But he came to the states. I think it was twenty sixteen and did five shows three the Hollywood bowl in the Radio City Music hall. So I flew out to LA with my to me, my son, and we went to see him, but foreigner sticks. Foreigners sticks yellow album got dropped on buying it. When I was growing up out about you, the I while it's kissed her die with me, really know the original members. Oh, kiss doesn't exist for me pass nineteen Seventy-nine. Yeah. It's not Peter police and Gino at nothing to do with it. Europol Stanley impersonator. Yeah. Point in your life, orange saying ankle trouble. But she's still getting into the boots from what I understand right or wrong with your see what's. That's right. You must obviously he's looking at me. Like how man must have listened to Dan l'argent? Are you know, Dan, large? I do not or you ready profile. I might have. Right with that. I like to investigate what I'm getting into. Well, now you're in. I am you are in deep. Yeah. I actually use the kiss thing to pay my way through college. No kidding. Where kids were working at Burger King, and you mentioned foreigners funding like foreigner for how many years every single Burger King song was a foreigner song. Oh, every single one you turn on its foreigner. They just had the soundtrack in the background. But yeah, where they were all working regular jobs. I was like, you know, what I just want to be in a kiss cover band. This will help pay for books and other guys that wanted address upwards it just were you know, is all four of us on no kidding. We actually got a chance to play the Kentucky the equivalent to the, you know, like the cuyahoga county fair LA county fair we got a front of like seventy eight hundred people don't kid asked us to play one song on fourth of July rock and roll all night, while the fireworks went off. And they wanted us to play that ice. So yeah, it was a quite thing. Now, the temple you see before you can't do it now. But hopefully in due time, we come back and get back. They beat if you stick around with some other stuff you stick around Craig. Yeah. Yeah. Art with Craig dis multi faceted director media relations director of corporate sales. And I know that he I'm sure he pulls tarp just like they always do. That's the one that was that was the one thing. I was not looking for man. But as the John Kubo show at Thomas pope W, I N t integrity radio..

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03:48 min | 2 years ago

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"With Thomas pope integrity radio joined by Bill Lyle from atlas cinemas Hello Bill. Good morning, John. How are you? Good. Good morning. Thomas. Great. Middle slow this week because of the snow near fifty two percent of the United States is under snow right now. Wacky numbers. That hurt the business at the box office is a human analytic Bill. Even though we had all this snow grass still did with a top movie at forty million dollars at the box office. It did what split dead. So we thought it was slow but overall draft did forty million dollars. So that was good. For the movie theaters. Are we shouli if a witness snowed? It could had gone sixty seventy million dollars. So. I don't know if it has legs to do it again next week. I don't think so I haven't heard a lot of good things about it. So we'll see how it goes. Second top movie, the upside. Kevin hart. Fifteen million dollars aquaman still doing very well. At day in third place at ten million dollars. It's up to three hundred four million dollars domestic at the box office, the movie that I was hoping we would get, but we didn't since we're a small chain locally owned theater. Dragon ball forgot about it did a lot of business even though. Nine point seven million dollars. Doesn't seem a lot. But it was only on twelve hundred screens. Yes, it would have been on thirty eight hundred screens like glass, it did a lot more business. But they only would give it to the larger franchise. Companies. They would not give it to atlas theaters. I saw a trailer for a anime TV show yesterday. Just a commercial for it those things give me headaches. Watching those things which one was it. I don't know. It was I just know. It was Japanese anime was some TV show and for thirty seconds. I felt like I was evident epileptic cheese. Oh my God. I can't even breathe after this those I cannot watch say my life a lot of people like, I know they love it. And that's the thing. I could never get into it. Because I pass out. That's my story. Spiderman into the spider verse come in fifth place at seven point five billion dollars dogged way home come in six. At seven point one million dollars. That's the one I was interested in dogs way home. Yeah. Yeah. 'cause I I wanted to see because it was actually a feel good story. It was almost like incredible journey. Remember that basic like credible journey. Yes. So I'm still might go. See that. But it did did very well did very well at the atlas theatres yesterday with our customer appreciation day six dollars, man. They really came in yesterday. In seventh place escape room did five point six million dollars. Mary Poppins returns to hanging in their place at five point two million dollars. Bumblebee still in ninth place in the top ten at four point seven million dollars in the roundout the top ten on the basis of sex. Yeah. Thank you. They.

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05:03 min | 2 years ago

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"John coupon. Reminiscent one of the. Songs? I learn how to kinda get better on guitar. And this is one of those rifts that everybody knows. So when you go to a party on the Qatar comes I. With Thomas pope W. I N t integrity radio. So I found this on Cleveland dot com earlier today and. If. If a man tells a woman to smile. Is it sexist? No. Why not? Juice. Asking someone. That's mom, right. You look down smile. But of course, there are people out there. There's a tweet here. Rosalie. On the Twitter machine. Food for thought hashtag stop telling women the smile. Hashtag. Yes. All women. So all women agree with her hashtag, equality hash tag, human rights in which she posts picture. My name is not baby. Shorties sexy, sweetie. Honey, pretty boo sweetheart Ma. And then there's another picture says women are not seeking your validation. Says I am not your exotic thing. And women do not oh you their time or conversation. That has nothing to whether it's just being mean. Any anyways said that I don't know you anytime or conversation. Oh, well, that's that's just mean. I'm sorry. We're going to all be walking around here with our robot companions, and then they'll be mad. Call goddamn dirty gotten everybody already has her cell phone on their smartphone in their ipad, ipod, or whatever. It is kids are carrying these days. I wonder if it's like that all over the world. I've I'm about to say because. Is it only here? Pretty much in even even when you think about culture that are more advanced technology wise in US Japan being that they are so respectful. There and yes, they they have probably thirty seven cellphones on one time, but they still are respectful to their own kind. They have such a self respect for themselves and their culture that they don't get involved in. We don't we're the worst by far that sucks. I'm just saying it's like I think we went over this last week. I said, I'm news in hope in trying to find somebody to date or even. Have a good time just to get to know. And luckily, I do have friends, but it's like it. Nowadays. I be so afraid to just go out and just meet a person or just meet a friend like happened to make friends because I'm jovial person and people see me ninety eight year old lady's gonna talk to me, and I'm gonna open up a next somebody hears it, and I'll meet people that way. But as far as going out either dating or trying to engage with the other sex. It's such a difficult thing to do. And it's because not only the cell phones. Everything like that. But we built up this whole wall. Women and men have built up this wall aware, oh, I got an energetic. It's just tough. Now is just so. Is this a bummer 'cause you see somebody gorgeous? You wanna say something you wanna kinda whatever? But if you do you're gonna get shut down and embarrassed, what do you want you more on? These are some of the responses that. Some ladies have said that the this is what they hoped they could do the next time. A guy tells them the smile. A one is keeping a blood capsule in my mouth for the next guy. Who tells me to smile? I wish spiders lived inside me. So they would all crawl to my mouth when men tell me smile. That's unsanitary. When strange van Thomas smile, I say, my friend recently died, hopefully, make them think about minding their business. Keep a Batman joker mask on hand at all times from one a man tells me to smile. Hashtag feminists new year. Resolution's hashtag didn't see that one. Come in. Did you my first question? Why do you have a Batman joker mask on you?.

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Would if that thinks snap. You're going down, and then that court breaks and all of a sudden, oh, you're going to the right? And oh, why is boy that's a big looking fish with its mouth open waiting for me. No, no, no. I'm never doing. I'm never I barely will get on a good time. Three again. I'm not getting on a good time at all the Nautica Queen. I was scared puplic because somebody for New Year's want to go on a Nautica quitting. I thought I was going to have to go. Luckily, they got sick is not. Luckily, luckily, they got sick, and I didn't have to go. I was not getting on that. But I don't care if that boat doesn't move. No, no, no, not at all. The William g Mather now. Pokemon. Go has big Pokemon hunt thing that goes on down in that where in the north coast Harborne on that good stuff. Most of the Pokemon or next to the William demander matter. These rates are at nine o'clock at night. So I'm down there with my brother and sister Pokemon hunting in the dark next to the William g Mather scared puplic they had to drag me. This is how bad it is. I just looked at a picture of this symphony symphony the the Royal Caribbean. I'm just looking at a picture, and I got chills in my spine. I don't like that at all. Mark there with you. I'm no, no, no, no, no. All right. We're gonna get to the national local news John Kubo show with Thomas pope integrity radio. This hour from townhall dot com. I'm rich Thomason. Plenty of questions about.

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07:37 min | 2 years ago

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"John coupon show joined by Thomas pope behind the glass W, I N t integrity radio. And let's see it's December tenth. And I have been. Excited about this since about late August when I first made the reach out. And this thing has it was a cool idea. I had my ideas. But I couldn't get it to where it is. Now without the help of a guy that is just a phenomenon is one of the best resources and just guys that I've met since I've started doing this back here home in Cleveland. So I'm ecstatic to get to know him. But I welcome into the studio Brad Copley from boss pro cart-racing out in Cleveland, as I say that tentatively doing Brad, John. I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having all your welcome bringing up Mike phone, right up to your mind. Don't be scared of her. She won't buy. I should come more often. If get all these accolades. That's why I'm here. But no bread. You know, I knew about your facility, I grew up in Berea as you know. And I've seen that corner for many moon of what it used to be versus what it is now right off the highway if you're going toward seventy one you get off at that first exit going if you have to go towards four eighty west you get off at that first exit there, you just turn right? And it's right there used to be an old car dealership and Santa abandon for ever. Yeah. It's just an eyesore where we feel great about redeveloping that whole problem will you and you have if if you haven't been out there yet, or if you know exactly what I'm talking, you know, that just by looking at without even stepping inside of it that it's a world class facility. And I kid you not saying that because Brad's anything, but when you see it, it's just appealing. It's aesthetically pleasing it helps that area brook park, as we know for us west siders, kind of it has its moments and for those that aren't from the area we are right next to Cleveland Hopkins. Air, right. I mean, it's hotter. Skipping a jump away from easy to get. Yes. And you see as I met you cannot miss an opera park road whichever way. You can get there. You will not miss it. There's a huge sign out there that has a boss racing out. There looks like a warehouse. But to me, you know, what it feels like to me like a NASCAR shop like whether it's row or Hendrick or something. Just looks like that like there's more going on in there. I appreciate your saying that we, you know for us growing up in racing having a clean brightly lit race. Shop was always really important. And that's exactly the way that we designed the building is to look like a high end professional race shop that you can come on in and started work on something do forty mile an hour indoors. I mean, what what better reiterate that passage? Did you say you're going to be doing about forty mile an hour indoors? It's it's pretty crazy. They're the real deal. And once you go in and first of all when you walk in as Brad mentioned, it's clean. It's almost meticulous. In a way. I I've been in their on off hours, and when it's off hours people were cleaning. So our team is great. Yes. Jim will appreciate that myong-chol. Jim. He takes he he he spent a lot of time. Yes. He does. Yes. I've I've met a few times uncle, Jim. How are you? But when you get to the counter, it's almost like your checking in to an airport almost got all the computers up there. But the the difference between your employees and airport employees that yours are very nice and very cordial. They're not mad at you. They're welcoming you into the facility, but you get up there. And then it's go time from that point. Like, that's where this whole thing starts to come together for how. You're not just going to raise go-carts your inferno experience. That's what separates you from any other place that I've been not only here in Cleveland, but just around some of the other stops I've been Charlotte. Has one that's very similar to you guys. Another you've worked with a victory lane. I think and if you wanna know why I'm so high in this place because victory lane down in Charlotte's were all the big boys. Go your NASCAR drivers your extended driver's truck. Drivers, they go there for fun, and Brad and Lee his partner in this have emulated that up here in Cleveland. It's phenomenal. Cleland has a long history of racing people think of Charlotte or Indianapolis as racing hubs. But you know, Cleveland was built on the automotive industry. And. Car racing. Whether it was Nelson ledges out in geography county or middle high. Oh, or the Cleveland grand prix, which we also much would love to have come back. I mean, that's how that's how I grew up with standing at the racetrack and experiencing the speed and the joy of cars, and our entire family grew up as has car people, and that's a rich history here in Cleveland, and we're we just feel blessed to to kind of tap into that and bring that back to Cleveland in a way that people can experience has haven't had the opportunity to experience it in Cleveland for for a number of years were with Brad copley's cone, owner of boss pro cart racing out by the airport. Brad talk about the actual racing history. That you and Lee have that really not not only set you up as business people because I think that's something that a lot of newbies. A call him that in the racing industry. It's not just racing. You learn so many aspects of the business standpoint because you're looking. For sponsorships. You got a fuel those cars, you got you. Gotta do everything to get people out there your promotions, you're marketing everything like that is kind of a I hate using this term, but the one stop shop for all these different intangibles that you need to learn once you get out of that you've developed that. But how did you guys go through to get to this point? Well, you know, as I said, we we grow up in a family who loved cars anything that had four wheels in a motor. We were in. And it didn't really matter what type of competition whether it's drag racing oval track. Or road course racing were is just a great car show. We love to be around into work on and to be a part of cars and the automotive industry. I think in that standpoint were a lot like so many other families within the northeast Ohio area. We're just passionate about our cars and Lee actually started racing. Go karts, we built his first go kart. When he was four and got him into racing. And he went on to have a lot of success in nationally in go karts. And we did some road course racing in SCC a and some dirt track and asphalt oval racing with Usak. Both winged. Non wing sprint cars, which a lot of folks in the area will will know in some super modified racing. But as you said racing is is just like any other sport nowadays. It's a it's a difficult financial sport. You have to you have to have the money. Backing it. And we're.

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12:54 min | 2 years ago

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"John Cuco show humbled to be joined by the owner of melt bar and grilled Matin. Vici- Thomas pope. Everything is related. World's your guy. Yeah. The world revolves Ronnie. Like the center of the unity y like this guy. We all spin around him. He's the reason we're here is like our savior. For you smile. Thumbs. Because now, you know. Madam big kissed van a lot of his locations. You can see that influence had a little trouble. Finding some in manner though. Because we're up at the front, and it took me to see in your front walkway there where you had all your. Monthly specials. There is a wolf wearing a kiss. How apron and I saw the kiss logo. I didn't put a lot of kiss stuff in the in the restaurants because that's not just my that's not. I mean, obviously that's a lot of what I'm about. It just from growing up as a kid, but. Meltsa me our life in general is very stall. And that's that's a clevelander. I think that's a that that the Cleveland motto is stalled installed in astrology anger. It's changing the changing the guard is happening in greater Cleveland, where when I grew up, and there's now there's at least two generations. After me. I don't there that I don't know. I forget what they're called the wise. The X gen is actually. Accent y enders. Running a millennial though, there's two more generations after me. So my generation the generations before me, and some of the y generation are very heavy into Cleveland, nostalgia, especially 'cause they're their their parents lived here. Their grandparents lived here, the grandparents grandparents, technically, lived probably lived here. So you can chase back people's neighborhoods where they grew up. What they're folks did what the why they do what they do the sports teams. They followed the love hate relationship with Cleveland. The weather politics you now you name it. So when I first opened melts back in two thousand six this was going to be my bar. This was going to be the place. I was going to hang out at the F for the rest of my life. So I wanted to decorate it and set it up as a place that I would want to hang out in an hang and be in for the rest of my life. Because I figured what's the worst thing that's going to possibly happen to me is that a will be successful. And be I will hate what I do. So. And there's some days that I do. Hey what I do. Be honest with you, but the majority of days, I don't but my point is going into Mountlake. I basically created the bar the utopia of of a restaurant a bar for myself. So I dealt with a lot of Cleveland install job because that is what Clevelanders are all about. They want to go in there. And I want people to go in there and see something on the wall that made sense to them that reminded them of being a kid that was like, oh my gosh. My grandfather used to have that poster or that thing or hey that black and white picture of downtown Cleveland. I remember I remember that building that doesn't exist anymore, or you know, that that Indians guy from the seventies or that Browns player from the eighties or says, you're talking about the pictures real quick, tell them about the authenticity of your pictures. I think that's remarkable most of them I are originals. I I don't like getting duplicates. I don't like going online and buying the the parental Omar Vizquel from, you know, from nineteen whatever, you know, him, you know, with the little logo in the bottom from that's been reproduce. Used by this, you know, this MLB site, or whatever I I start them Amazon. Yeah. I searched the archives actually got a lot of photographs lot of black and white pictures from the Cleveland press from the Plain Dealer or from actual, photographers. They were working in the sixty seventies and eighties. That were actually taking these pictures and I bought their negatives. Or I bought their parents, and these are originals, these are, and some of these prints don't exist. I have the one and only version of it. I have the one and only copy that's ever been made. Because a lot of the pictures. I have were black and white photographs that were taken that were used in a news article in the PD or the or the press, and they then were put into a file cabinet and never to be seen again. So they were printed one time. The negatives were destroyed this this picture existed because in nineteen seventy two there was a blizzard. And there was a kid running across the street in downtown Cleveland with a sled somebody. Took a picture of it. And it was in the Cleveland press, and it's it's gone forever. But we I like to bring those things back to life because a lot of them. Don't mean anything to anybody. But it's a time in a place that will never be captured. Again, it'll never happen again. So I wanted to live in infamy at melt that I wanted to capture that so and what's really cool about all that stuff. Matt is that with all your locations? They're synonymous to really where they are. And when you take for instance, I remember you told me a story about the Detroit sign it's in your newly revamped Lakewood. So if you get a chance anybody if you're a fan of mountain you've been there, and that was one of your first locations that you stop that. Please go there now. Yeah. And see what he's done to it. It's amazing. I mean, you still have that feel of when it was two thousand six, but it has expanded immensely, and it's just a beautiful things. So if you get a chance to go old school on yourself. Out to the Lakewood location, but when you open Avon, which now has a special place in my heart for the rest of my life, and we'll get to that story hopefully in a little bit. But like the sign that you were getting using the different letters for each part of the sign go into that. Because I think that is super cool. Well, all the neighborhoods that were in not only in greater Cleveland, but we extends down to Columbus. Akron, canton, Dayton, even cedar point where we're at is that I decorated all stores. Like the neighborhood that they're in. I I wanted to kind of pay homage to the neighborhoods were in. So you mentioned the the Lakewood location, the big Detroit theater sign that we have hanging there. We just did a renovation project. If you guys are aware of melt, but aren't aware that we closed for three or four days earlier this year re-grand and opened on may the sick may the fourth. Sorry international Star Wars day may the fourth be with hand. We basically gutted the original location. Put it all back together in thirty four days made it beautiful creature comforts that were never there cleaned it up. So the Detroit theater signed is one of two old neon signs that were hanging on the Detroit theater, which was a staple. It was a landmark in Cleveland are not clean. But Lakewood, if you guys all with greater Cleveland, you know, that every city basically back in the day had its own theatre Parma had a theater Lakewood theater. You know, even you know, he's going as far as the east side every little community had their own theatre. Most of them are gone. The majority of them are gone if they're still standing there not operating as a movie theater or a public house. They are operating as maybe somebody took over as a church or they're abandoned barbecue joint in Parma there torn down. So the Detroit theater, unfortunately was torn down many many couple years ago and a friend of mine. Took both the signs that were hanging out of the building took them and sold one of them to another guy in Lakewood who owns a bar who is very into the stall. And he sold me the other one, and I took it to a buddy of mine a graphic artist guy. Dana depew, who you mentioned those all those neon signs that are up in all the melts stores. He creates those. He's a visual artist. He's a any installation artist as they call themselves, but the Detroit theater sign he referred back to original hanging up in the original mouth, one of two that only exist in the world, and then every other location, we have my friend Dana who's that installation. Our guy he takes letters canned letters from different signs that are taken off a building. So if you see like. You know, I don't even know like maximum is is a good example because there's a lot of maximum is that ended up closing the last couple years while he goes, and when when those buildings either sell or get torn down signed companies go in and take those those big signs back off the building. And they essentially take them back to their warehouse. A lot of times they just scrap on the thrown in the dumpster. Will he knows all the sign guys? So he goes and says, hey, don't scrap that I'll pay you ten dollars for it. Or don't dumpster. I'll just take it. And he takes it back to his warehouse takes all the letters apart an individually cleans up repaint faces and then he uses them for other things. So when you have a bunch of letters sitting in front of you, you can essentially spell anything out that you want. You can spell out. Swear words, you can you can spell out kiss. You can spell out eighth you want. So we've we've made different signs and all the locations that say welcome to blank, so welcome to Avon melt bar grille. Welcome to candy and welcome to Akron. The Cleveland heights welcomed the Cleveland, which is. Hanging up in our independence door. So that's just that's just tip of the iceberg on the intensity that goes into laying out the atmosphere at all these stores. One thing and we're talking with Matt fish, owner of melt bar and grilled fourteen locations around the state, which is amazing and Matt wary. No, why is it scary? It's not you love it. I I know we love it and Columbus loves it and Akron. They do. So it's a lot of work is there is Cincinnati ever going to be possibly. We're looking in Cincinnati. There's there there are definitely opportunities down there. We just haven't had any anything that makes sense to us quite yet to pull the trigger. But I would imagine the next couple of years Cincinnati. We will be there. Probably maybe even across the river down there into Lexington lecturing Lexington. Lexington kentucky. There we go on Toledo's on the radar Youngstown is on the radar Detroit is on his on the radar. Pittsburgh is on the radar. So there's there's opportunities out there. We just need to choose the one. We wanna get to Melbourne grill dot com is the address and the one closest to here is there men mentor location. Give them a call four four zero five three zero three seven seven zero opens at four. To ten and then extended hours on the weekend. Matt one thing that I want to ask you and a lot of the stories that you say about just being here on the stories at the inside your walls, tell to everybody kind of has different wine a lot of it's your personality a lot of its city that you're in. But for as well as you're doing here, and we were kind of talking about and kudos to you. When I think of five people from Ohio that are kinda here versus everybody else, your top, five, easy, and you've stayed here. Why why? Why wait? Yeah. Why is it so important that because a lot of guys do leave celebrities are gonna kill? That's what I mean. You know, like people say will drew Carey. Okay. And Arsenio hall Halle Berry all these people, but they go. Yeah. But they were drawn to go. You can't make it in Cleveland. If you want to be in our center, our center, Arsenio hall or Halle Berry type person it's impossible. There's no Hollywood here. There's no, you know, they're they're Cleveland not the hotbed of the of the entertainment world. But even as were on a culinary standpoint. Though, you have guys that start off certain areas and go on to your Chicago's your New York's your Vegas plays LA's more. That's that you had to do that. I think years ago you didn't have to there's people that made it here and continue to make it here. But you know, it depends on what opportunities most most entrepreneurs most shafts most people that are driven like that or opportunity based. So they're gonna go where opportunities are and you make I made a decision early on that my opportunities. We're going to be in Cleveland, and I was gonna stay in Cleveland. That's where my family's from. I've I've can chase my family back so many generations back. So it was important for me to. To stay here in Cleveland to do something for my community, the city that I loved when I first opened up a Lakewood, it was strategic because I lived in Lakewood at the time, I was looking to do something in my backyard my hometown, I considered like Lakewood one of my hometown. I didn't particularly grow up there. But I moved there in my in my early twenties. I bought my first house there. So it was important for me to open up my first restaurant in Lakewood, I didn't look anywhere else..

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"That's the song. Cabin fever two. It's about the black petty though. John Cuco show with man Thomas pope joined by Greg grumpy that guy Greg. Hey. On the John Hugo show, w I n t the new integrity radio having conversation about barbecue. Trying to give everybody the go To's the what to do. And how to do it barbecue here in Cleveland, so great you started talking about the three give us those three names, again just shoot 'em off in order like you did smoke house in Parma offering on rich Maples downtown these fourth and the proper pig. Smoke house on Detroit in Lakewood. And then you let us know that there's plenty of plenty awfulness, correct? In the city one thing that I want to bring up with you. And we're kind of talking about this off the air was places like old Carolina barbecue, a famous Dave's Dicky's stuff like that and franchises corporation harbor. You do it. Now. I've been fortunate to go to some cities where barbecue is king in some states. Or by the Kansas City, I've been to Charlotte and have in Texas. So I never really was able to get into corporate barbecue because it's just not it's sacrilegious so to speak if you're in those areas, you don't go to a famous Dave's when you have. So so and so there, but you said that there, and I, and I would firmly believe it 'cause I see reviews and everything to that. There are some that can be really good. And then there's others that are terrible. What as far as a corporate end stuff that Cleveland's used to because we don't want to punch him in the mouth too hard right now because we're still getting educated that the barbecue is here. But are there some out there that you can say, hey, it's not the best. But if you're going to start off if you wanna start getting your palate ready for what you said for those heavy duty places where you're really getting the authentic flavor. What do you suggest? You know? I think it is a I don't think it's sacrilegious to go to any franchise or corporate barbecue place because it's a business. It's a corporate business or anything like that. I think what you end up being subject to is what kind of training took place and more importantly, what kind of interest. Does that franchisee owner really have does he want to or she wants to pump out? The best barbecue is at all about turning receipts in making bottom line and the quality of the food might suffer. That's really what you have to sniff out as a consumer of barbecue. So for instance, at Dickey's barbecue pit restaurants is the most prolific growing barbecue franchise opportunity in the country. You do any type of research and barbecue they always come up. They're always hitting the alerts. They're always growing to the next fifteen cities. There's one right up in manner. And I think people want adopt on that right away. Oh at Dickey's live eaten there like ten times. And each time has been pretty better than average. So for me. I'm always studying my expectations at that average. Maybe a little below Mark because I like to set proper expectation. So when I go in and have that rib, and it's actually cooked. Well, and there's good flavor. There's some smoke to it. The sides are decent. I'm not a big side guy. I'd rather go for the meat or the brisket polls. Right. There's a lot of things that you can tell right away that this stuff is serviceable if you have a hankering for barbecue. If you're in the neighborhood, the stop buying grab. But it can vary. Drastically from location to location now famous Dave's is one of those because they've been around forever famous. Dave is an icon. Also barbecue hall of Famer. If you go to certain pockets, they don't have a great reputation. That's more on the owner, not famous Dave himself or anything else. Then you go into the Philly area. And there's a guy by the name of David marks who owns five or six different famous. Dave locations. And everybody raves about. But he's a barbecue guy. He compete. He competes at barbecue competitions. He lives in breezy. So you're going to benefit from a a as a famous Dave's customer when you run into people like that. But that's really what you have to worry about don't summarily poo poo on franchise barbecue. Poo poo on the owners that don't wanna take the onus in making a good product. And they're only looking to kinda get into it to make a buck with Gregg. He runs the barbecues under show dot com website also the show which aired each Tuesday night from nine eleven. So as we can as quick personal question personal or just a question about barbecue. Okay. Is a franchise that feel very lightly on. How do you feel about them? I mean at some of the worst barbecue I've ever had in my life. Thank you. Thank you. If we can just preface any other question, if you're gonna ask me you're going to get an answer. So I don't know where allegiances lie here bringing me in as being an expert with a big wall. All right. So if we're if we're going down that route, you know, I'll ask you a question. Why was it? So hot in the stadium after the baseball game. As a joke. It better be. I don't know what the fans left. I had the lighten the mood. You guys saw fire in both your eyes when that question came up because they promote biens like it's the best thing in Cleveland. You see this guy on every media outlet. Well, well. As a media guy, though, if he's out there doing it any others are not for him. That's all I can say about it, right, regardless of what he's if he's trying to promote his brand. And even if he does not know lick about it if he's out there doing spending money to get people to go. You know, sometimes I wouldn't really want to do that with food, but sometimes negative publicity is good publicity. How do you think Rome? Survives. I mean, that's just the way it is. So if he's out there doing his thing, then I can't discredit him for his face being everywhere. And don't let my. Evaluation of any place. Truly caller, if you should go or not, my pilot is my palate, that's like my big thing. What tastes good to me might not taste good to you. I'm not a sweet barbecue sauce guy. I'm more of a vinegary guy. I don't like barbecue sauce on my food. So if that's how it comes from a restaurant. I want the opportunity to try it by itself and see where it stands sauce should never be used to cover stuff up. And sometimes that's why it's used I wanna taste it. And then if I wanna try the sauce just to see what you have going on from a SaaS perspective. I want the opportunity to dip it or pour it on my plate off to the side. But don't put it on my stuff as it's coming up. Taste. So for the the armchairs out there. Greg. When you talk about rubs and things like that and dry barbecue versus wet barbecue the mopping technique all I mean, they're so gosh. I mean as a good thing, it's a reoccurring segment because there's no way we stuff today. But. If someone is out there in they say they like barbecue. Right. But you can't depict what their their pallet is what their tastes like hot, spicy, sweet, salty, whatever it is. But is there recommendation that you can give not a place, but just if you're going to if you really want to experience, what barbecue should be I guess in your profession because there's barbecue where people say why cook hamburgers and hot dogs is that barbecue. Your cooking on a grill that some people call a barbecue. But that's not brisket. That's not smoke chickens. It's not stuff like that. I know a lot of sausages. They do that the links the hotlinks stuff like that. So a recommendation from you a type of beef for a type of cut that you can do that says okay now, I'm on the right path. And now I can start playing with my chemistry set on what to do from here. Well, I think the easiest way to start figuring out or practicing is with Iraq ribs, and really what you're looking for in a properly cooked ribs. So it's gotta be tender. But it shouldn't be like if you pick the bone up everything shouldn't just Slough right off the ball. The meat shouldn't be mushy. There should be some tactical yield as you bite into it. So when you take the rib in you bite, it what should happen is the bite should come off the bone should be clean. But all the meat is left on the bone that you didn't bite that's a properly cooked right now, you can take your finger, and you can rip the meat off the bone. If you want what whatever wasn't affected by your bite is still on the rip. And that's kind of what you're looking to aim for. If you're trying to practice at home, or if you're a value waiting if the rib is good in the restaurant, you should be able to pick the rip up bite it and whatever you bike should come off. There should be. Not a ton of pullback that's an undercooked, but it should be very tender and everything that you bite comes off your bite. Mark is now visible on that rig. But everything else is intact. That's a properly cooked. What about fat cap on a rib? 'cause you know, you're not gonna get fat cap on a rip that cap is traditionally for port. What's what's on the bottom? That's what sorry always comes off. Now restaurants through sake of efficiency. Maybe they don't believe in it. Maybe they don't know about it. Might leave it on. But if I'm doing it at home, the rat comes out to get paper towel dried immediately flipped over the membrane comes off. How can you tell at a restaurant to know, if can you tell that, can you just flip it over? And if it's one it's cooked. You can just run your finger over the back of the bone in the membrane will right? Yeah. There's a weird crunch. Or something that also accompanies that if the membrane still on like, you can feel it. So what does that go down to that? Just. Knowledge education to take it off. Yeah. I mean, it's meathead from amazing ribs dot com, which is like the most heavily traffic barbecue grilling website on the face of the earth calls it the flavor condom. Like, why would you keep it on there? If you if you're gonna put rub on the underside of the rib, and you have your membrane on their. It's not getting into the meat at all. I'm not a huge subscriber to heavily seasoning, the backside of a rib rack anyway, but I'm to definitely taking the membrane off. So I could make sure that rub has time to penetrate, and it takes two sides the Saint Louis bearers or the spare rib membrane is a little bit more of a pain in the butt than the loin backer. Baby back ribs, that's super easy. But I mean, it's gotta come off especially again restaurants might be a little bit different thing. Because it's it's prep time and adding an extra step into whatever the process might be. And sometimes that's kind of where you can separate who's really into it. And who's not because the membranes are off. I mean, those top three that I list, I know the membranes are on there. But at home, I mean, take take the three minutes on a racket spares and take it off or the thirty seconds on a set of baby banks, and we I'm gonna you. You might jump over to save on Samak me in the face gonna ask you those. But if you even start talking about parboiling. No. No, no, no. There was my first my first job growing up. I worked at a place that. Parboiled the the ribs. So I I do know that is not smart. No. I mean, if if we're looking for a way to zap all of the flavor out of Iraq ribs before you even eat it. If that's what you like parboiling is for you. But what I was going to ask you is. I just because they claim it has rigged in it. They just happen to put mic in front of it. I just I just want your thoughts from professional barbecue man on the mic rib. I just need to know where does it stand while is the business? But what the hell is it is person? I think it's it's fantastic. They fished it out for an indeterminate amount of time..

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06:24 min | 2 years ago

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"The John duboe show, man Thomas pope. WFAN t the new integrity radio. All right. Play a game with you. All right. Can call. Would you rather Wednesday? Okay. Got five questions for you. Would you rather gain ten pounds or be banned for the internet for a month banned from internet four-month? Would you rather be a millionaire or live in the world of transformers? If I could come face to face with unit crowd ibn heaven, I'm living in a world of transformers. Okay. Would you rather be allergic to suites? Or allergic to smartphones. You know, what I'll say allergic to suites. Would you rather be permanently banned from the internet or permanently banned from all grocery stores within a five mile radius of you. Permanently banned from grocery stores. Would you rather gain ten friends in real life or ten thousand followers on the Twitter machine? Okay. All right. Eight thirty eight and this has been bugging me all day. What you got? Well. You know, this because it's the we hear it on the news and. Been seeing it where before I do that on something happy because this game makes me laugh. So before I get angry with this. Next segment a brain fart. I love this game. Absolutely love it. What do you think? Fascinating. Something starting with a random letter. And you gotta grab the category clue before time runs out because silence is deadly so much fun yet. No, it really is. It really is play Masha brain parts available Amazon and other games stores. I highly recommend that. So speaking of brain parts. This whole migrant caravan thing. I. It is so shocking in so unbelievable that for the first time in the history of forever. That this is ever happened. And just so conveniently the timing of it. And. I I'm really really interesting house. Seventy two hundred people were able to come together to to plan this at one time strategically make their way to the border. It's fascinating to me. I don't get it. Feel like this has happened before we have not paid attention to it. Uh-huh. Seventy two hundred people that has. It was five thousand our seventy two okay. I don't I just don't get it. Adult get it. I'm I'm I'm. This sounds like a armies coming. That's what I thought. An army coming. Recover strategically seventy two just random people just when was the last time that in. Let's just let's just talk about the old US survey. What was the last time seventy two hundred people got together it for one cause to come together. And do something whatever it was where everybody was in agreement. You can't say sporting events because you have fans from different sides. We're going to argue you have fans who will argue with themselves. We saw that the Ohio State Purdue game there high with state fans fighting with Ohio State fans by the end. So there goes sports things music concerts, same thing because there's going to be parents who took their kids who don't want to be there. So not everybody is in agreement somehow some way seventy two hundred people from another country got together strategically tomorrow. Ch- up this way. Remember United across America. You don't remember that? I remember that. Okay. Maybe that was the last. I don't know. You're right. I it. There's so much to this may be organ up. I believe it was organized. But I don't believe it was organized by people who by the people that people are saying is organized by. That's what I think. The fourth the third or fourth week of October as well. We'll just say Illustrated's weekly placed at a time that was visiting very convenient in very sorry. John Viga yelled at after the meeting just I'd hate that. They know the voice different. I'm just asking a question. All I'm doing is. I'm asking questions, I'm not saying anything else about it. I'm just asking questions where did seventy two hundred people in one time to say we're going to March this way on this date prior to something else happening in early November just asking questions it was organized. You know was organized. I don't know who, but it was organized because this is now is unfortunate is here. There's a couple of deaths that happen. And I'm wondering more how that happened while they're on their way up here, but the whole organization. Up here. But that's what I mean. As.

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03:51 min | 2 years ago

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"They're gonna open on Sunday November fourth from one until five. There's no excuse not to vote, and we're trying to get the board of elections to come in. And just say what's going on how it's going on. It'll be something that is so important because we know what's going on in our country, and you have to take your stand. And how you learn listen to W I n t because we've had the candidates we've had the gubernatorial candidates both Mike dewine Richard cordray. We've had the Lieutenant governor today we're going to spotlight we have congressman Dave Joyce coming on with us. We have a system. Prosecutor Pat cotton who hopes to be called judge in the beginning of the year Abishai councilman Mike, sir and who's running for office. And also wants to update you a few things going on in his town of psych. So let's get going, and let's talk a little bit. We are waiting for. Dave joyce. And I would like to talk to you something about the holidays. We look now. And we think it's a little colder and people getting ready for Halloween. Quit. Eating candy corn is very addictive. I'm telling you first hand, but why no one point five and thirteen thirty AM. We are W I N t integrity radio, and we're having a program that we're calling the bear of kindness. Would you buy a stuffed animal or a teddy bear could soul a child who's in distress? While the first responders who would be police and fire wanna bring smiles to the faces of children they help and who would see I children in distress. But our first responders we have our local police and fire departments giving teddy bears and stuffed animals to children when they involved in a tragic situation accident fire domestic violence, come on you watch cog, all fire L A law law and order. They always show the faces of young children something happens. They're looking for an act of kindness. How can you help will? This is very easy. We have program presented by Pat O'Brien Chevrolet. And we want to bring local businesses and the community together through November seventeenth we want. You to bring teddy bear or a stuffed animal or anything that a child could cling to and make sure that you can bring them to I can read this list. Because again, there's no excuse I didn't know where or how you can go to the atlas cinema any of dollars. You can go to the cabin restaurant. Hey, pick up a great meal. Erie optical, Great Lakes boutique, the kirtland rehabilitation care center in kirtland lake mad, which is on Normandy drive in Painesville the Manhattan deli another place to great place to eat. That's in men are avenue and manner mentor blinds sits in are avenue in manner. I think they're right next door men are hardware, which is in mentor avenue and mentor next to me, our good friend, Mary what's is on mentor avenue and mentor, of course, Pat O'Brien, and I loved the home of the up front guarantee. His Pat O'Brien he's not Bishop Roden Willoughby hills. Trysts Alana's spot matter avenue and mentor, and of course, the Willoughby east like public library right here on Willoughby are Sheridan road in Willoughby hills. Please, please. Please. Give a child a chance to wake and have a warm moment in their hearts Silva through that. Okay. So what we can do is just have you remember bear of kindness act of kindness. We can do this. So we want to bring along and we'll have Thomas pope, our engineer, and we wanna talk Browns and a little bit. But first of all, what do you think happened on Sunday? Overwhelmed and a little bit cocky, and now we're back to reality in Tampa is going to be a shootout. With we have this. We want. It will continue more. We're going to have a short break. We're gonna come right back at I think we're going to have Pat Khandan who is an assistant prosecutor hopes to be wearing a black robe agenda. Ran while call him your honor, the judge we'll be right back with w I n t..

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

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"And Chris go, rather NATs? What we're talking about? That's a healthy, man. Right. There. I love it. Don't go anywhere. Thanks carl. You have a good rest today. Thanks for the call. Whatever. Well, see Karl he wanted to get his two cents in. What did what did it award him? It got him a ten dollar gift certificate, degrade harvest bread out matters. So thank you for the call Carl. But what about you? Go to the Facebook page at the John coop. Osho that's J O N C U P O show. And let me know what some of your quirks stars Tony about the triscuits, put them on everything. I know a lot of people do the ketchup thing. I'll go to an extent with ketchup, but minor the basics hamburger. Fries. I see. Get skeptical onion rings. I don't think. I've. Yeah. I don't I don't put catch abundant hearings. And I don't eat regular up either. I have to have the spicy stuff. Whether it's jalapeno ketchup or Saracho. So I can't really do anything normal. Anyway, I am the least plain food eater out there. Maybe it's I know people put mayonnaise on a lot of stuff. What else? You tell me tell me what those quake crazy crazy quirks are because I'm looking at some here now. These are awful to me. But one is a pickle wrapped hot dog on white bread. I need my I'm not I can't do that. My guy. I'll eat pickles on hair Ryan put on over. No. This one's weird pizza crust dipped in diet coke does anybody. Do that Thomas? You do that. Have you ever heard about that pizza crust dipped in diet coke know, what would be the purpose of that? But I did debt. My pizza crust is some gray diesel Ronald, man. All grow soggy bread. I can't know soggy bread that tastes like cherry wine. Cherry wine. It's not a selling point. This is disgusting. I like Jesus cheese soaked in grape juice, and it's saying, I pour grape juice over cheese. It's in a bowl in eat it like cereal, not not as grow up doing that. Go to web Facebook page at the John coupon show, and let us know what your quirks -gratulations, Carl good conversation. We come back, and we have another day. It's a national bullying day. So I got some things talk about that too. It's John coop. Osho Thomas pope behind the glass, one at one point five thirteen thirty two by and t the new integrity radio..

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02:56 min | 2 years ago

"thomas pope" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Run. The sun on your side. I don't see I got the sun on my side. Then it's not out 'cause it's like little reflects the life. All this shows a limit you. Now, that's actually my window. That's reflected. Yeah. That was yours. You got the sun. What were you looking? What's amir? Gupo show on one one point five. Thirty thirty Ryan t the new integrity realme, man Thomas pope behind the glass, and I gotta start a new tradition because I know that he's listening right now. But someone's listening to their dad on the radio. You. You. Go for a walk when I get home. And now he has just knocked over the radio tail's wagging. The big boy. Juju? Two. Go get my gosh. I'd have go poop and pianist street. He does he still good? He won't go in people's yard. We taught them to go on the street and one time I was walking him. And he did it on the street in this woman came out and yelled at me. So that's disgusting. I was like I could have them do it in your lawn. She walked right back inside. I don't have that problem with Brunell, even though Bruno Bruno walks me have you ever tried to put a cat. One of those leads. We don't have to because we have a stroller, and I'm not kidding. Forgot about that. We have a cat stroller. It's nothing wrong with that. There is nothing wrong with it. It's just funny when you're walking with it. And so all every syrup. That's a cat. It gives the look I am the baby. It's alright I am the two of them make noise, and then the other one just like the boy I'm getting I'm getting pushed around. Nothing like king Tut in this thing. Cats were worshipped in agent. Dave. That's. You that mean there's actually mean where this cat's like talking to a dog? And he says, do you know that I was worshipped back in the days of agent, Greece. The thug goes, do you know that I'm a very good boy? I lost it. I absolutely lost it goodness animals for life man for lead. They are the lifeblood the absolute lifeblood edibles for life. Like it was. It w Bullock put I will do the awro the animal world order. Absolutely. The John Gupo show at one point five thirty thirty two the new integrity radio..

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

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"Com. This is Thomas pope, we're here with Bill from atlas cinemas that go over what happened this weekend in the movie theaters in the box office. So what was the big hit this week for the box office this week at the box office, the atmosphere's the house with clock in its walls. How was it? How did he do it did? Okay. It did twenty six point five million dollars. That's not bad for this time of year. The non a couple of weeks ago, I did fifty three million dollars which that shocked me completely that would do that. But it wasn't a bad twenty six point eight for this time of year. The movies are not the number one movies. The majority of people wanna come to see above average movie goes is the one that coming to the movies right now. So in twenty six million for this time of the year four Israeli supposed to be a family movie is got a dark Kana tone. But yeah, that's on hearing very dark kind of tone. Hi, I'm surprised for family movie. But kinda dark and scary a little bit with the clock in the wall. And what it means? Yes. Family movie. I'm not sure if that's no it's still not too bad. Simple favor. Did okay. Second week. It did ten point four million dollars that you can see ten point four million dollars. Not a lot of money at the box office, considering how many movie theaters are in the United rights predator. Still hanging your favorite eight point seven million dollars. In Alice theaters, are at the low end of the ticket prices. We haven't Jack the prices like most of the big competitors hap. And of course, we got the two for Tuesday's coming up to as well as practical for Tuesday's our Facebook on Facebook page. There's a printable for one coupon print that out you bring it to the end of the atlas cedars on Tuesdays, but you must bring the actual coupon with you remember the atlas cinemas our diamond center in minner pays Ville, Great, Lakes, and mentor and also admit way, more than Larry. Eastgate is my favorite cousin out and Mayfield. And of course, you with the sixty five foot screen, we thank you Bill for coming out. Thank very much..

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