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Steve Grzanich has the business news of the day with the Wintrust Business Minute. The CEO of Grubhub is leaving the company. Adam DeWitt has been with GrubHub for 11 years. He’s been CEO for the last two, taking the help right after the company’s merger with JustEatTakeaway.com. He says Grubhub is in great hands […]
Grubhub's CEO is leaving less than two years after stepping into the role. Crain's reporter Ally Marotti talks about the leadership shakeup with host Amy Guth. Plus: NASCAR bumps Taste of Chicago to new month, Pritzker reportedly promises Dem leaders that costs for a Chicago convention would be covered, Univar Solutions to be acquired by Apollo Global for $8.1 billion and Chicago Fire sign lease agreement for Near West Side training facility.
Greeny welcomes ESPN NFL Reporter Kimberley Martin to the show on this International Women's Day to discuss his growing stress over the Aaron Rodgers' situation and the Broadway play he is going to see later today. Kimberley suggests Greeny signs his wife to the non-exclusive franchise tag for the afternoon to get out of the show, just like the Ravens did with Lamar Jackson. Greeny and the hashtag crew react to two stories: one about a couple being stranded at sea during their honeymoon and one about a six-year-old ordering over $1k worth of GrubHub on his dad's phone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kindly Gifted: Creative Secrets & Confidence w/ Influencer Manager & Art Director Kate Terentieva
Everybody's got an opinion of success and we f*cking love to glamorize titles, G-Wagons, and dolla dolla bills. But what's the hard truth of building up a successful career as a creative? Manoa Raine has been a creative director for some of the biggest brands + people Grubhub, Wix, Jason Derulo, National Geographic, and Nas Daily. Tune in to hear him spill the tea on the good, bad and ugly of building a creative business! -------- CONNECT WITH MANOA: Instagram @manoaraine -------- EVERYTHING YOU NEED: 1:1 Brand Strategy + Templates: https://stan.store/katarinaterentieva Catch up on TikTok + Instagram @katarinaterentieva Got a question for me? Send me a voice memo OR type it anonymously here!
After 34 days, we are back! FLIGHT 785 is discussing a couple who have an issue regarding a trip, Grubhub madness, as well as the hilarious "Abby Is Not Right." Pull up a chair, and feel the vibe. Give us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or on whatever platform you listen on. Follow us on Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, or Clubhouse. The handle is: @flight785. Or, send us an email: email@example.com "Flight 785 Podcast, I don't talk about aviation, but I'm still fly!"
Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews Mike Evans (@m_evans) the founder of GrubHub about his new book Hangry. A memoir about what he learned creating GrubHub and then finally selling it years later to then ride his bike across country. Rosie Tran Socials: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Mike Evans Socials: Website | Twitter | --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/out-of-the-box-podcast/support
Broadcasts – Christian Working Woman
(Presented by Lisa Bishop) Denying yourself is a gateway to a contented life. The Apostle Paul says this, “I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want” (Philippians 4:12). When Paul uses the word “know” he means, “to know how, to be skilled in.” Paul had more than head knowledge of what contentment meant. He felt the pain and the reward of practicing contentment. As a reminder, Paul was writing this letter to the church while he was in prison and you can assume the circumstances were not pretty. Paul could not come and go as he pleased, order Chinese food and have it delivered through Grub Hub or get his favorite movies on demand. When Paul says he has learned contentment, in the middle of a prison cell, in the midst of lack and plenty, I think it had something to do with the discipline of denying himself. Not having what he wanted when he wanted it. If you are so accustomed to having your way you will be hard pressed to maintain inward satisfaction when your circumstances are less than desirable. I feel entitled to a comfortable life sometimes. A life free of hardship, difficult coworkers, drained finances, and messy relationships. How about you? This is where Paul's example of knowing contentment whether in need or in plenty is so important for you to embrace in your own life and this is where denying yourself comes in. Knowing what it feels like to be in want and be okay! One way of denying yourself is through practicing the spiritual discipline of fasting. Typically, it is fasting from food for a day, or two, or three. Or, fasting from a meal on any given day. Denying ourselves of food, the source of comfort and pleasure can be the fastest way to experience self-denial. When that “hangry” state or those hunger pains kick in, we direct our attention to Jesus, the only one who satisfies and we begin to experience Paul's teaching for ourselves. “I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want” (Philippians 4:12b). Our appetites for more are what lead to disgruntlement and dissatisfaction. Learn to discipline yourself with self-denial. Embrace your circumstances and trust God to provide in them.
The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
Welcome to another wonderful week in Retail Auto as we talk about the new leader among publicly traded Auto Dealers. We also talk about some very sage wisdom coming from Dealership front lines, as well as a notable brand activation we can all learn from. It's official, we have a new frontrunner as Lithia has officially overtaken AutoNation, who has held the #1 position since 1997, as the largest publicly held Auto DealerLithia's new vehicle sales rose 4.2% last year as they retailed 271,596 new vehicles…40k more than AutoNation who's sales dropped 12% over the same periodLithia's climb to the top was strategic and steadyBroke into the top 10 in 1999Hovered between 8 and 9 from 2000-2014 Acquired their first store, DCH Group in 2014No. 5 in 2015, No. 4 in 2016 and No. 3 in 2018Passed Penske for the No. 2 spot in 2021CEO Bryan DeBoer played pinball with Paul in January 2022 at the Auto Team America Buy/Sell Summit at NADAClaimed the No. 1 spotThey had no comment on surpassing AutoNation in the top positionKey story about fundamentals with Jordan Cox, Digital Marketing Manager at Gates Automotive in Middlebury, IN“A few weeks ago Clint and I were talking and laughing and crying, and we decided to come up with as many Sam-isms as we could. Clint and Sam both grew up on farms, so they would pull out great little farm sayings from time to time, and one of my favorites was, "We ain't farming half as good as we already know how." "Lately, I've been thinking of that in terms of knowing how to treat people. We already know how to talk to people, how to help people, and how to help them move toward what they want. "Chick-fil-A is being, well, themselves as they open “The Brake Room,” a storefront pop-up in Manhattan's upper east side, where food delivery gig workers for services like Uber Eats, Grubhub, and DoorDash can take a break between deliveries.Open Monday through Saturday between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. to food delivery workers showing proof of a delivery within the past weekAccess to bathrooms, beverages, bike storage, outlets for phone chargers, a variety of seating and Wi-FiNYC Mayor Eric Adams in October announced an initiative to convert empty spaces like vacant newsstands into rest areas for delivery workers“The Brake Room” concept will remain open through April 13.Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email Share your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivity ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
You Won't Believe What Happened To Me
A really crappy job situation, the world's oldest mouse, what was weird thing was hiding in a homeowner's walls and more. Plus, a listener who had a real Seinfeld moment! German ballet director feces attack: https://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/german-ballet-director-suspended-after-feces-attack-97080575 World's oldest mouse: https://thehill.com/homenews/3851112-itty-bitty-california-mouse-wins-guinness-longevity-award/ What's In The Walls: https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2023/02/08/us/california-acorns-woodpeckers/index.html Kid orders thousands of dollars in Grubhub: https://www.mlive.com/news/2023/01/michigan-boy-6-spends-1k-on-grubhub-doorbell-just-kept-ringing-cars-kept-coming.html Enjoy and let us know what you think about this new format! Also, please share your once in a lifetime, incredible experiences with us for a future show at wontbelieve.com Thanks and enjoy!
Justin & Bill discuss the latest weird news headlines including no regret monkey theft, being not quite dead yet, kids with deep pockets & more.
Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer for the Independent Advisor Alliance, says that the market has reached a time when the better things are in the present, the gloomier they set up for the future. He says that rather than a soft or hard landing for the economy, we could be facing 'no landing,' which further pushes back difficult times because 'the recession has not been canceled, it has just been delayed. I would argue that we are delaying the inevitable and ultimately the longer we delay it the worse it is going to be.' In the Market Call, James Abate, chief investment officer for Centre Asset Management and portfolio manager for the Centre Funds talks infrastructure investing. Plus, the latest installment of the Weird Financial News, featuring the 6-year-old who placed massive food orders from GrubHub when he was supposed to be playing on his father's phone.
In the latest episode of Hospitality Hangout, Michael Schatzberg “The Restaurant Guy” and Jimmy Frischling “The Finance Guy” chat with Sterling Douglass, Co-Founder & CEO of Chowly.Douglass says “Chowly is a leading point-of-sale integration company. We're enabling restaurants to expand and maintain different off-premise capabilities. So you know today we're seamlessly integrating orders from all the biggest platforms. So, Grubhub Uber Eats, DoorDash, and when Google food ordering came out last year and we've got a couple of hundred other integrations on different platforms.” He adds, “We've got over 12,000 restaurants on our platform and they're increasing their revenue. They're improving their operational flow and they're saving on labor costs.” The guys tease with breaking news that will be shared on this podcast and Douglass shares it. He says, “So with great pleasure and excitement to announce we've closed the deal to bring Koala this is an online ordering company with an absolutely stellar best-in-class guest experience platform under the Chowly umbrella, we are combining forces. We are the same company and we're going to be bringing an amazing product to the space. I can't be more excited about what the future brings for these 2 companies and what we can do together.”Douglass noted that Koala's mission statement is what really spoke to him. He says, “their mission statement is to democratize premium online ordering for restaurants and so when I thought about what we could do in combination with them and you know they've done a great job with companies like Shake Shack and Mod pizza and P.F. Chang's. If we could bring that experience and the revenue generators and the features that they have and we could bring that to the mom and pop and to the independent operator I thought what better way could we help accelerate that aspirational mission that they have.”To hear more about the acquisition and the answers to the Tuesday trivia questions, check out this episode of Hospitality Hangout.
Karen and Kyle fly solo this week and talk about the Grammys where many people criticized Madonna's plastic surgery. They discussed ageism and the pressure on women to not look old. Karen's Worst Mom of the Week brings us all back to our childhoods, and the ladies compare their parenting to the way they were raised. Kyle ends on a story about a kid who ordered a grand worth of food from Grubhub.
The Mad Trio - "The California Pariah" - Jonathan Charny | James "The Fattman" Stephens | Rob "The Old Guy" Charny shares headlines from around the world with a slightly different take. The trio is back to discuss bringing out the dead, ketamine treatment gone wrong, Chinese balloon shot down, Jon list, Grubhub account hacked by a son, Liver King found to have used steroids and is being sued for $25 million dollars, 9 year old graduated high school, used underwear sales, terms we use, Ozzy Osborne says he is done touring, dumb criminal of the year, oil crisis, and Willie Nelson's birthday concert. This week's episode is sponsored by the wonderfully mischievous people at Oddassity. Use “MADTRIO” for 10% off your entire order through Oddassity.com
Show #75 - The Christmas Show | The Abbie Knights Show | TAKS - Pronounced "TALKS" "The Best Weekend Party Show in the City"! Host: Abbie Knights Co-Hosts: DJ Ria Jenny Ruby Mix DJ/Personality: DJ Cadence; To watch video episodes go to: www.YouTube.com/abbieknights
Innovation and the Digital Enterprise
A great teacher can be the key to welcoming challenges, self-confidence, and a curious spirit. In the case of Larry Berlin, Chief Financial Officer at Freedom Fries, great teachers also inspired a lifelong commitment to mentorship, including his critical mentor role for the New Venture Challenge, an accelerator program that has launched Grubhub, Braintree/Venmo, and many more successful companies.In this episode, Larry shares details of the development process and aims of his recent venture: search engine and news aggregator Freespoke.com. He outlines how to approach analyzing product-market fit and your company's competitive grid. Bringing lessons from his experiences mentoring an array of startups, Larry discusses how to deal with surprises and highlights the “need-to-know” aspects of a pitch. (01:13) – Freespoke.com(05:21) – The challenges of managing a startup(11:24) – Flexibility as an entrepreneur(14:21) – Product-market fit and building your competitive grid(21:31) – Encountering surprises(24:12) – Testing your assumptions(29:52) – New Venture Challenge(34:24) - MentorshipLarry Berlin is the CFO of Freedom Fries (Freespoke.com), a mentor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and leads Blue Point Advisory Services. Previously, he worked at First Analysis for nineteen years and earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to Innovation and the Digital Enterprise in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in Apple Podcasts. It really helps others find the show.Podcast episode production by Dante32.
Tyler is in for Paul. Dan is still Dan. They talk about stuff, including: 1. The yacht thief who left a dead fish on the doorstep of 'The Goonies' house. 2. The kid who ran up a $1,000 bill with GrubHub deliveries. 3. The dolphin skull found in the Detroit airport. 4. The human jawbone left at a California police station. 5. The man who stole monkies and nearly got away with it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/talkingparagraphs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingparagraphs/support
In episode 28 we talk about what we don't know about the Grammys, the six year old who spend $1k on GrubHub, and we give you the skinny on the Super Bowl!
Episode 634 (32 mins 16 secs) Herding a dog, 6 year old uses Grubhub, Rupert Grint's daughter is a huge fan of Target, AMC Theaters new seat pricing policy, plus another segment inspired by HBO's The Last of Us. Albert, Jiaming, and Ana talk about all that, plus SNL actually had a really good episode recently. Show Notes and Contact Info can be found at… https://www.whowhatwhereswhy.com/stuffjunk/2023/2/7/634
LeBron James record setting career juxtaposed to Cracker Barrel, Grubhub and expensive coffee.
Grammy leftovers: J-Lo v. Ben & Madonna's weird face, Super Bowl stupidity, WATP Karl joins us with "Golden" content, Turpin TikTok, ABC News is "horned up", and what happened to Fergie? Every single guest host on The Daily Show has been better than Trevor Noah. Get your Super Bowl food from Joe's Produce in Livonia. Do it, get it done. Remaining Grammy Hot Topics: Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's Grammy spat has been deciphered by a professional lip reader. Madonna's face is so bizarre now that EVERYONE is still talking about it. Her Team Photo is massive. The State of the Union is here and we're preparing for more hecklers. Charlie LeDuff plans to pop off on Chris Cuomo after the SOTU. Tyre Nichols' family might be used as political pawns. The China Balloon remains a hot topic and Rick Newman nails the problem with media today. RIP the guy Dick Cheney shot in the face 17 years ago. Karl from WATP joins the show to recap DabbleCon, review The Golden Voice Show with Ted Williams, take a swipe at The Golden Hour podcast and more. Sports: Super tired Vontae Davis was busted for a DUI. Football causes CTE. Radio Row at the Super Bowl is a big infomercial. Did you know that both teams in the SB have a Kelce? ESPN has a new 30 for 30 about the 2000 Baltimore Ravens and that liar-for-murderers, Ray Lewis. Arian Foster was only kidding about the scripted NFL, so stop it. Former Macomb County Prosecutor, Eric Smith, is out of federal prison... after 7 months. Patrick Xavier Clark killed Takeoff. He got bond. Will Smith almost performed at the Grammys, but had an 'excuse'. Three rappers in Detroit were murdered, but there have been no arrests made. Shooting Megan Thee Stallion was fantastic for Tory Lanez and his streaming numbers. Known cocksman, Leonardo DiCaprio, is catching hell for nailing a 19-year-old... but he may not be dating her. South Park returns. Britney Spears sings Oops I Did it Again acapella and it's terrible. Drew stumbled upon this turd she did with Will.I.Am. When and why did Fergie disappear? We roll through the worst National Anthems. If you ban China spy tool, TikTok, you may lose the youth vote. One of the Turpin kids from the 'House of Horrors' family is now a TikTok influencer and model. Famous influencer and podcaster, Hailie Jade, is getting hitched. Oh, she's Eminem's kid too. The poll is in and 2/3 of our audience does NOT go to the library. Some lazy dad gave his son his phone and that kid went on to order $1,000 worth of GrubHub. Alex Murdaugh is cooked. How did he blow through so much money? We watch Brendan Schaub's awful trailer for his terrible stand-up special. Check out this decent deepfake, as well. TJ Holmes is out shopping and the paparazzi is right there to film it. ABC News is super horny and a new girl TJ Holmes banged has come forward. Donald Trump vs Ron DeSanctimonious. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Mason is all about resetting his life and he has not ordered anything from GrubHub or any other delivery service! and Do you like listening to Tony Romo call NFL games? Also, there is a brand new ride at Universal Studios that Mason thinks he can't fit in due to his waist size? Plus, Can i guy be honest and compliment a girl without sounding like a creep? and the topics are in for WASSUP FOO! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dogs Are Smarter Than People: Writing Life, Marriage and Motivation
A lot of people set goals or resolutions and not all of us complete them. This is especially true about resolutions where only about 9% achieve them. Sometimes that's about a fear of failure. It becomes such a big fear that it keeps us from moving forward. You have to fail to succeed. There's a lot of belief out there that if you fail at something, that failure labels you, defines you. This episode we talk about the strategy to get your goals and also about a six-year-old boy who hid in the basement and ordered $1,000 of Grubhub on his dad's cell phone one night. And also a woman who started breathing at a funeral home. DOG TIP FOR LIFE Don't let anyone call you anything you don't want to be called especially if they are calling you a failure. Go after your goals and don't worry about the ridicule. https://apnews.com/article/oddities-detroit-michigan-business-5ade1109c559a09d42190f3a2b7ead42 https://apnews.com/article/new-york-state-government-7caaefc9d212da3556e4c163a7a29f6c https://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/28/tony-robbins-use-this-4-step-strategy-to-achieve-any-goal.html SHOUT OUT! The music we've clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License. Here's a link to that and the artist's website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It's “Summer Spliff” by Broke For Free. WE HAVE EXTRA CONTENT ALL ABOUT LIVING HAPPY OVER HERE! It's pretty awesome. AND we have a writing tips podcast called WRITE BETTER NOW! It's taking a bit of a hiatus, but there are a ton of tips over there. We have a podcast, LOVING THE STRANGE, which we stream live on Carrie's Facebook and Twitter and YouTube on Fridays. Her Facebook and Twitter handles are all carriejonesbooks or carriejonesbook. But she also has extra cool content focused on writing tips here. Carrie is reading one of her raw poems every other week on CARRIE DOES POEMS. And there you go! Whew! That's a lot!
What do you do if you're the United States and you see an alleged Chinese weather balloon floating over your country? Shoot it down with a F-22 fighter jet, duh. The big question now is, will we ever find out if the balloon was spying on the U.S.? What if China was telling the truth when they said it was indeed a weather balloon they lost track of?A Michigan man said his son, 6, ordered $1K in food from Grubhub! I would not be pleased if this happened to me. Especially because the kid bought $180 worth of shrimp at a pizza place. Pizza places shouldn't be allowed to sell seafood!Tennessee is pushing to make Super Bowl Monday, the day after the Super Bowl, a holiday. I explain the most embarrassing moment of my broadcast career.Join the podcast!! DeHuffUncensored@gmail.com
The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
D.L. Hughley tackles the day's biggest news including Sean Hannity saying cops don't have racial bias, a man who blames Tesla for driving his family off a cliff, and a child who charged $1,000 to his dad's GrubHub account. Rapper Mac Phipps shares his thoughts on using rap lyrics in court based on his own experience.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports on Boy's Grubhub Spree.
Police learn a man peeing in public on the Las Vegas strip was wanted for a murder... A Michigan child spent $1,000 on GrubHub while playing with his father's phone... Twelve monkey squirrels were stolen from a Louisiana zoo... & more.
Juliet and Jacoby break down a string of food heists in Canada, wonder about the discovery of a 5000-year-old tavern, and discuss Nancy Pelosi's diet. For this week's Taste Test, they compare the taste of Starry to Sprite. Finally, they close the showing by sharing their Personal Food News and answering a listener-submitted question. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail at 646-783-9138 or email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producers: Mike Wargon and Ronak Nair Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this week's episode, we talk about undoing extinction, liquid robots, and more!New episodes of Knick Knack News are released every Friday. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and more! Follow us on Twitter at @KnickKnackNews, Facebook at https://facebook.com/KnickKnackNews, Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/knickknacknews, and buy merch at http://bit.ly/KKNshop.Alex's Story This Week: Dodo: https://www.sciencealert.com/a-billion-dollar-biotech-company-plans-to-bring-the-dodo-back-to-lifeAnthony's Story This Week: Robot: https://newatlas.com/materials/robot-shape-shifting-matter-solid-liquid/Breaking News: Baileys: https://www.delish.com/food-news/a42736919/baileys-vanilla-mint-shake/Grubhub: https://www.cnn.com/2023/02/01/business/grubhub-child-one-thousand-dollar-order/index.html Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
So we have a Chinese spy balloon floating over Montana. We can analyze all day whether this is even important, let alone a threat. But just like the Iranians when they took hostages on Jimmy Carter's watch, it's clear the whole world is spitting in Joe Biden's face, unafraid of this feckless president. Republicans in Kansas want to give land and historical buildings back to the Shawnee Tribe. Liberals in Fairway, KS are beside themselves and hate the idea. Wait, what? Yes, it's true... you gotta hear the way libs are all about inclusion and diversity until its in their backyard. A 6 year old boy just slays Grubhub from his parents' I-phone, this story is an all timer. Travis Kelce, on his podcast, talked about what Andy told him after his nearly botched lateral Sunday. Then Kelce says he thinks it cost KC four more points. This is interesting. Phil Mickelson is trolling the PGA Tour as the LIV golf tour is getting more big names, this is an epic tweet. And we preview college basketball Saturday.
Chinese spy balloon floating over the US. Latest jobs numbers. Rep. Ilhan Omar's removal from Foreign Affairs Committee. Mike Lyons, military analyst, talks America's future with China and Ukraine. The oldest dog in the world. 6-year-old boy orders $1,000 worth of food from Grubhub. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The stupid groundhog is back for another year & I'll tell who hates the rodent; Mr. Wayne Mahar is who. Kid orders $1,000 of GrubHub. G-Mac talks about flying with Paulie & more on a Thursdee!
TWS News 1: Grubhub Oopsie – 00:32 What You Want to Be Known For – 3:13Tauren Wells “Fully Grown” – 9:23TWS News 2: Nate's Adoption Story – 13:01Snap Judgement – 15:44TWS News 3: Tom Brady Retires AGAIN – 23:35Good News Giddy Up – 26:14Whole Lot of History Game – 28:47Rock Report: No More Password Sharing – 34:51Upscaled Cheap Meals – 38:01God Stuff: Prayer Works – 43:33 You can join our Wally Show Poddies Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/WallyShowPoddies
It's the Conway Show Fun Pack Sampler. A little taste when you just have time for a nibble. Tom Brady is retiring! Again! For real. We always remember where we were when big names pass away. Little kid using his dad's credit card to order Grub Hub and turns out he is a BIG tipper $$
Dana Point died –CALLERS stuck in traffic // Grocery prices going up // Dana Point / Kid uses dad's credit card for Grub Hub // Gina's Pizza / Mo Kelly
Podcasts – The Mike O'Meara Show
Today, we discuss the Netflix film YOU PEOPLE and the possible reasons so many folks dislike it. Mike's house is experiencing the “circle of life” (and it makes a man think). Robb loves his stuff… and it's being taken from him. Mike will not rent a watch. And please… don't let your kid visit Grubhub.
Today on the Woody and Wilcox Show: Groundhog Day fun facts; A six year old orders $1,000 worth of food from Grub Hub; Sheetz discontinue their smile policy; Derek Jetter and the gold thong; Netflix provides details of their tactics to prevent password sharing; Local groundhogs are passing away; And so much more!
On today's show we talked about the time people got way too high. We also put a poll up to vote on who should joust Pube Boy at Bacon & Beer and a kid takes his parents to the cleaners on Grubhub!
The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
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This person was just living his best life waiting on the rewards to start spilling in… until he got caught! If you can manage to make it through the day without accidentally ordering $1000 worth of Grubhub… you're doing OK! Source: https://ksltv.com/520027/michigan-six-year-old-orders-1000-worth-of-food-on-grubhub/
Ben & Woods kick off the 9am hour by peeling the curtains back a little bit in regards to a major guest that we ALMOST had call in this morning. Then we get to The Reindl Report and Paul's top stories of the day, including a Grubhub-related nightmare that a parent of a 6 year old just went through. And at the bottom of the hour, we spin the topic wheel a few times before we head out. Listen here!
Update: The missing Dallas Zoo monkeys have been found, Florida Man bites off python's head in domestic dispute according to police, 6-yr-old kid who was screwing around on his father's phone ordered $1000 worth of food from GrubHub
Busy Wednesday show. - Shianne has a love of Olga's snackers, and we talk about maybe trying their new wings - We talk with the dad, Keith Stonehouse, of the kid who ordered something like $1k of food on Grubhub and how it happened. - A Detroit city councilmember wants to ban cashless establishments in the city. Jer shares a personal story. - Metropolis bike shop is expanding into Ferndale in an old market - Taystee is setting up in Little Caesars Arena - who knew they expanded to Ann Arbor, too? As always - feedback, dailydetroit - at - gmail - dot - com.
Hour 3 - Jamie really wants to visit Cuba! Have you ever been? A 6 year old boy in Michigan took his father's phone and ordered $1k of Grub Hub!
Our computers arent working well this morning so we had to have SMH Dil do traffic reports. Alec Baldwin is expected to be formally charged today. Flavor Flav says he spent 2,600 a day on drugs for 6 years. Rideshare companies may have to start disclosing all the fees they can charge you before you get charged so riders can be more aware of what their final bill will be. A 19 year old girl in Iowa is in a lot of trouble after it was discovered she scamming people by telling them she had cancer. Deion Sanders talked about what kind of standards he wants to see for his children and his students. Jamie really wants to visit Cuba! Have you ever been? A 6 year old boy in Michigan took his father's phone and ordered $1k of Grub Hub! BJ and his wife are arguing over whether the trash should be put out every week or not. Everyone is talking about the Last of Us.
A 6 year old boy in Michigan took his father's phone and ordered $1k of Grub Hub!
Will the Packers trade Aaron Rodgers? Listen to what Adam Schefter has to say about Rodgers. Also, the Kansas Coach stopped a chant at Kansas University. We have the audio. And we go over our results from last Friday to see who BEAT MYCHAL? Also, NETFLIX will start cracking down on password sharing. We also take another crack at Mason's GrubHub password. Who is the BEST PLAYER EVER in the NBA? and Producer Greg has his topics ready for another version of WASSUP FOO! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices