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Bec & Cosi Catch Up - hit107 Adelaide
Goodbye Pizza Hut: Relive The Memories On Bec, Cosi & Lehmo

Bec & Cosi Catch Up - hit107 Adelaide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:56


We hear the fond memories from the people of Adelaide as Pizza Hut in Marion served its last all you can eat sitting yesterday 27th of June. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Visionary Marketing Podcasts
Programme de fidélité : comment Pizza Hut a triplé ses taux de conversion

Visionary Marketing Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 22:42


Un bon programme de fidélité implique forcément tous les services de l'entreprise et ne peut être réduit aux rabais qu'il propose. Ceci impose, outre une communication sans faille et personnalisée avec … Read on The post Programme de fidélité : comment Pizza Hut a triplé ses taux de conversion appeared first on Marketing & Innovation.

The ਸੋਚ (Sōch) Podcast
Curry, Kheer & Kirstie | Thorka Beans

The ਸੋਚ (Sōch) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 76:39


This is the 2nd episode in something a little different. Thorka Beans includes myself and a few other friends, who get together to discuss all sorts of different topics. A full time stamped breakdown of this episode can be found below: 00:29 - Oats, Dominos & Pizza Hut 01:55 - Birthday cake for breakfast? 02:23 - Digestives & Kheer? 04:01 - The verdict on overnight oats 06:14 - Oat milk 07:29 - Is there a correlation between height & the environment? 09:34 - Race, ethnicity and stereotypes 15:17 - What does South Asian mean? 22:16 - Curry? Is it a useless term or an anchor point? 33:00 - Best mixed grill? 33:38 - Origins of the tikka masala 37:45 - Origins of the term ‘desi' 39:00 - Bananas and American imperialism 40:58 - Sikhs as an ethnicity for census purposes 46:20 - What data is gathered around Sikh as an ethnicity? 51:00 - The Mirabai recension 58:29 - “So for you to sit there and say we all have the same 24 hours in a day is not correct.” 01:00:00 - Kirstie Allsopp: Cancel Netflix & Buy a House

Interplace
Freedom Fries and the Big Mac Attack

Interplace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 24:22


Hello Interactors,This episode kicks off the summer season on the environment and our interactions with it and through it. I’m starting with food. Food is a big topic that impacts us all, albeit in uneven ways. It got me wondering about the global food system and how it’s controlled. Who are the winners and who are the losers? And why is there competition for nourishment in first place?As interactors, you’re special individuals self-selected to be a part of an evolutionary journey. You’re also members of an attentive community so I welcome your participation.Please leave your comments below or email me directly.Now let’s go…АТАКА БОЛЬШОГО МАКА (ATAKA BOL'SHOGO MAKA)Верните Биг Мак! Срочно верните Биг Мак. Мы требуем этого прямо сейчас. Прямо сейчас. Прямо здесь. Биг Мак!(Vernite Big Mak! Srochno vernite Big Mak. Moy trebuyem etogo pryamo seychas. Pryamo seychas. Pryamo zdes'. Big Mak!)“Bring back the Big Mac! Bring back the Big Mac. We demand it right now. Right now. Right here. Big Mac!” Holding a handwritten sign that read “Bring back the Big Mac” a protestor in Moscow took advantage of a press conference a couple weeks ago at the reopening of McDonalds under a new name. Albeit a bit tongue in cheek, he was demanding the return of one popular product not on the menu. The Big Mac name and special sauce are both copyright protected. But the new owner of the new McDonald’s, Alexander Govor – who was a Siberian McDonald’s franchise owner before buying the entire Russian chain – promised he’d find a suitable replacement for the Big Mac. As for a new name, I vote for Большая говядина (Bol'shaya Govyadina), Big Beef. Or given the new owners last name how about just Bol’shaya Gov – Big Gov.Govor claims he paid below market price for the world’s most recognized fast-food chain and he’s already slashed prices. McDonald’s priced the double cheeseburger at 160 rubles ($2.95) but it’s now 129 rubles ($2.38). The fish burger was 190 rubles ($3.50) and is now 169 rubles ($3.11). The composition of the burgers stays the same as does the equipment, but they did add pancakes, omelets, and scrambled eggs to the morning menu. However, the golden arches are gone, and the name has changed to Vkusno & tochka's (Delicious and that’s it or Delicious, full stop).After 32 years, that’s it for McDonald’s in Russia but it’s promised to remain delicious. Back in 1990 the American based company had to import all the ingredients to fulfill the promise of a true McDonald’s. It made for an expensive introduction of the American icon. French fries were a problem. The Russian potatoes were too small, so McDonalds had to import seeds to grow larger russet potatoes locally. Apples for the McDonald’s ‘apple pie’ had to come from Bulgaria. After three decades McDonald’s managed to source just about everything locally and ultimately employed 62,000 Russians throughout their operations. But those McDonald’s branded red, yellow, and blue uniforms have been replaced with just red ones. Judging from the lines and enthusiasm at the grand opening, I suspect the new MickeyD’s will continue to be popular…and delicious, full stop.McDonald’s was popular in Russia from the day it opened in 1990. The Berlin wall had come down, perestroika was nearing its peak, glasnost embraced a blend of socialism and traditional liberal economics that allowed more U.S. companies to enter the former Soviet Union. It was the age of exceedingly fast globalization. A year after McDonald’s showed up Microsoft offered a Russian version of DOS. Just as I was starting at Microsoft in 1992, localized versions of software were flying on floppy disks around the world. By 1996 localized versions of Windows and Office 95 were on a computer on every desk a new McDonald’s was being built every three days. 1996 was the first year McDonald’s made more revenue from outside the United States than within.And McDonald’s wasn’t just pushing their McMunchies on unsuspecting countries. Many were clamoring for their own MickyD’s. James Cantalupo, president of McDonald's International at time, said, “'I feel these countries want McDonald's as a symbol of something -- an economic maturity and that they are open to foreign investments. I don't think there is a country out there we haven't gotten inquiries from. I have a parade of ambassadors and trade representatives in here regularly to tell us about their country and why McDonald's would be good for the country.'”There were some who believed the proliferation of McDonald’s symbolized the spread of freedom and democracy. Thomas Friedman of the New York Times offered in 1996 a “Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention -- which stipulates that when a country reaches a certain level of economic development, when it has a middle class big enough to support a McDonald's, it becomes a McDonald's country, and people in McDonald's countries don't like to fight wars; they like to wait in line for burgers.” There goes that theory. Though, Russians are still waiting in line for a burger…just not from McDonald’s.I’m reminded of the “freedom fries” scandal from 2003. That’s when the Republican senator from Ohio, Bob Ney, changed the name of ‘French Fries’ to ‘Freedom Fries’ in three Congressional cafeterias. It was in response to French opposition to the American invasion of Iraq. The name was changed back in 2006 after Ney was forced to retire. He was implicated in a scandal involving a group of lobbyists that swindled $85,000,000 from Native American tribes. Ney was bribed by one of the guilty lobbyists. On the satirical Saturday Night Live news show Weekend Update, Tina Fey quipped, “‘In a related story, in France, American cheese is now referred to as 'idiot cheese.'"SEEDS OF GREEDOf course, McDonald’s wasn’t the only multinational food company spreading fast food around the world. I, for one, was grateful to come across a Burger King on the Champs-Élysées in Paris back in 1984. It was my first trip to Europe and my 18-year-old palette wasn’t quite tuned to fine French cuisine. Truth be told, my 56-year-old palette isn’t either. I find French food to be highly overrated. I remember my 18-year-old self thinking that “Le Whopper” and Pepsi with ice, amidst pumping French disco, was both surreal and comforting.Pizza Hut, Domino’s, and Taco Bell are found in all corners of the world today. Except Mexico. Despite many gallant attempts, Taco Bell can’t seem to crack the Mexican market. I suspect Mexicans find their interpretation of the taco insulting…and gross. But it’s not just fast food. Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, General Mills, Kellog’s, Kraft, and Mars are all American companies that make a plethora of processed and packaged products marketed as food. There are other multinational companies outside of the U.S. doing the same. Mexico’s Grupo Bimbo is where Thomas English muffins, Orowheat, and Sara Lee treats come from. They also own Colonial bread: a white bread that originated in colonized America by a Scandinavian immigrant and is now run out of colonized Mexico by the grandson of a Spanish immigrant who could pass as just another white billionaire CEO.And who hasn’t heard of Switzerland’s Nestlé products? They are so big there’s a wiki page just to list their products. Chips Ahoy cookie anyone? What about the Anglo-Dutch company Unilever?  They bring us Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, Dove Bars, and Hellman’s mayonnaise. Have you ever had Nutella? That comes from the Italian company Ferrero. That single company consumes one quarter of the world’s supply of hazelnuts. Increasingly those nuts are coming from my neighboring state, Oregon. I love Oregon hazelnuts, so save some for me Ferrero.This select group of companies produce, market, and sell most of the food around the world that is baked, canned, chilled, frozen, dried, and processed. Adding to the fat and sugar found in fast-food chains, they make dairy products, ice cream, meal replacements, bars, snacks, noodles, pasta, sauces, oils, fats, TV dinners, dressings, condiments, spreads, and an array of beverages. This gives them massive market leverage over the source ingredients produced by farmers around the world.The very seeds needed to grow these crops are also controlled by a select group of multinational companies. The food policy advocacy group Food and Power reported: “In 2020, the top four corporations, Bayer (formerly Monsanto), Corteva (formerly DuPont), Syngenta (part of ChemChina), and Limagrain together controlled 50% of the global seed market, with Bayer and Corteva alone claiming roughly 40%. And when it comes to genetic traits, this control is even more pronounced: Bayer controls 98% of trait markers for herbicide-resistant soybeans, and 79% of trait markers for herbicide-resistant corn.”  Carlos J. Maya-Ambía, a professor of Political Economy and Agriculture at the University of Guadalajara in Mexico, uses an hourglass as a metaphor to explain the control these companies have over the food making process. Imagine the top of the hourglass are the world’s farmers producing edible plants and animals and the bottom are the world’s human inhabitants – consumers. Both are wide and round. The middle of the hourglass is relatively narrow. These are the few multinational companies mentioned above who control most of the flow from the top of the hourglass (the farms) to the bottom (our tables).Because these seeds are engineered for largescale monoculture farm productions that these corporations require. They tend to rely on agrochemicals to achieve desired yields. It’s a short-term positive yield strategy optimized for quarterly earnings reports, but with severe long-term negative consequences. And guess who controls an estimated 75 percent of the global pesticide market? Those same top tier seed companies.These chemicals are largely petrochemicals, so the fossil fuel industry also profits from global food production and consumption. These processes, genetically modified seeds, and chemicals no doubt have helped bring countless people out of poverty and starvation. Especially where increasingly harsh conditions make it hard to grow crops. But at what cost? These industrial scale schemes not only leach nutrients from the soil and pollute water supplies, but exposure to these chemicals can also cause neurological disorders, birth defects, infertility, stillbirths, miscarriages, and multiple forms of cancer.Worse yet are the inequities. Many of these chemicals and genetically modified foods are banned in developed countries. Before Monsanto was purchased by Bayer, massive protests across Europe led to the company pulling out of parts of the EU. Those countries with the most organized farmer and consumer protests had the biggest effect. It’s testimony to the power of democracy and organized protest. But Monsanto, and companies like them, just move on to more willing governments or vulnerable people and places. They seek lands far away from the peering eyes of consumers with a conscience. Many of whom who sit there munching snacks, and tapping on their phones to make that next online fast-food delivery. Guilty as charged. Sad as it may be, when the exploitive interdependent global food system is out of sight, it’s also out of mind.As Maya-Ambia puts it, “the scenario becomes clearer if we consider agriculture as a global system and as a long global value chain, composed of several links where agents interact and connect with the whole economy, nationally and globally. Accordingly, the global economy is formed by a complex web of value chains, whose links are located in different places around the world. Therefore, it is correct to speak of…the global value chain of agriculture that does not begin at the production process, but rather with the appropriation of nature and the transformation of natural objects into economic inputs, including the current land-grabbing in several places by transnational corporations. Driven by profit, these corporations have appropriated land, resulting in disastrous ecological effects.”He continues, “These practices of appropriation and consumption have created a ‘new international division of labor’: the Global South has become the place of appropriation of nature and in some ways a type of dumping ground.”FAIR TRADE LAY BAREMany of the same places these powerful corporations exploit are also the first to be hit with food insecurity. The United Nations Food and Agricultural Association (FAO) reported last year that “the number of undernourished people in the world continued to rise in 2020. Between 720 and 811 million people in the world faced hunger in 2020.” This includes 480 million people in Asia, 46 million in Africa, and 14 million in Latin America. Food insecurity has been climbing steadily over the last six years. One in three of the world’s 2.37 billion people do not have adequate access to food. This isn’t a supply issue. The world has enough food to feed everyone. This is about fair access.Many of the same people responsible for producing food exported to more developed countries are the one’s who reap the smallest rewards from the value chain. The smallest share of value goes to those farmers in developing countries. And the smaller the farm, the worse the effect. This fact is revealed by observing stagnating long-run trends of producer prices compared to rising consumer prices. These prices are controlled through governance schemes that squeeze the middle of the hourglass. Firms can exert extreme market power, leverage advanced financial and technological mechanisms, influence local, regional, and state leadership, and assert a particular cultural influence. My Parisian “Le Whopper” influenced the culture of the Champs-Élysées. American fast-food culture in Russia lives on in the new ‘Delicious’ McDonald’s. Full stop.Inequities are also found in the devastating effects of industrialized agriculture at the hands of these powerful firms. Large swaths of sensitive and diverse habitat in developing countries are violently destroyed – like in the Amazon. They’re making space for more croplands and pastures to grow more food and animals, to make more food products, that are sold to increasingly affluent populations who are rising out of poverty in search of the famed Western consumer lifestyle. This only further destroys the land and water making living conditions in these already poor areas even more stressed. As criminal as it is to live poor in a developed country like the United States, it’s not nearly as worse as living poor in unfairly exploited countries. Especially when it comes to acute food insecurity.On the other hand, living in developed countries – or desiring to adopt a similar lifestyle – comes with a higher risk of death by obesity…in large part due to fast and junk food. In 2021 the World Health Organization reported that worldwide obesity has tripled since 1975. More people in the world are likely to die of obesity than malnutrition. And because the globalization of high calorie junk and fast-food production exists to drive prices as low as possible, it makes it more accessible to poor people in both developing and developed countries. This puts poorer people at higher risk of both malnutrition and obesity.Naturally occurring factors, like the pandemic and a changing climate also unfairly impact those most vulnerable. As does war. How naïve to believe countries with a McDonald’s would never take arms against one another; that French fries, freedom fries, would somehow united the world. Russia and Ukraine have proven otherwise. Conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America have resulted in millions of people fleeing for safety and starving in the process. Many of whom were farmers. Much of the food needed to feed these refugees historically came from Ukraine and Russia but that is all at risk now.But American farmers might be able to help. In a rare bipartisan partnership on Capital Hill, just this week President Biden signed into law the Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA). U.S. agricultural shippers complained to the federal government that the world’s top ocean carriers unfairly denied them container space. Shippers on the West coast found it more profitable to return empty boxes to Asia so they could be re-loaded for the next round of more profitable exports back to the U.S. Of course, this is all fed by increasing consumer demand by overconsuming Americans. But these interruptions made it difficult for farmers and shippers to predict when their time sensitive goods should be delivered to ports before they spoiled.But with the passing of this law, ocean shippers are required to report to the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) how many exports they’re loading and from where. The bill also includes rules that determines what makes a denial to export agricultural goods unreasonable. Maersk, Mediterranean Shipping Co., and Transfar Shipping have already offered container space for U.S. agricultural shippers and others are soon to follow. Hopefully, food grown in America can stand a better chance of making it to those in most need in Asia, Africa, Latin America and beyond.The world seems to be swimming in so many crises that the word has somehow lost urgency. But between war, climate change, and economic inequalities the global food system needs transformation. Here are six ways the FAO believes the global food system could be made more healthy, sustainable, and inclusive:Integrating humanitarian, development and peacebuilding policies in conflict-affected areas.Scaling up climate resilience across food systems.Strengthening resilience of the most vulnerable to economic adversity.Intervening along the food supply chains to lower the cost of nutritious foods.Tackling poverty and structural inequalities, ensuring interventions are pro-poor and inclusive.Strengthening food environments and changing consumer behaviour to promote dietary patterns with positive impacts on human health and the environment.These steps read a lot like the steps McDonald’s took 32 years ago after entering the Russian market. The introduction of fast-food chains was believed to be a peacebuilding exercise in a conflict-affected area. Freedom fries brought hope and russet potatoes to Russia. McDonald’s scaled up a resilient food system by investing in local farming. They optimized food supply chains within the region. Impoverished Russian’s adjusting to a post communist reality were given jobs growing McDonald’s produce, delivering goods, and working in restaurants. They strengthened the local food environment and changed consumer behavior. And while McDonald’s may not be the healthiest food, not the healthiest habit, it may have been better than what was offered before and it certainly made people happy.“Delicious and That’s It” just might make it even better. It could be their menu alterations make it a healthier version of McDonald’s. They’ve already made it cheaper. But judging from the Hugo Boss shirt one customer was wearing at the grand opening in Moscow, I have a hunch the new MickeyD’s just might be an elite treat. Still, they may be on to something. Perhaps this is a model that could be used in other places. Maybe more globetrotting fast-food restaurants and junk food producers should be selling out to the locals. Pizza Hut in Japan already offers squid as a pizza topping, but maybe a Japanese owned franchise would result in even more localized interpretations of a food that originated in Italy. After all, flatbreads exist in a variety of forms all over the world. Imagine مناقيش بيتزا (Manakish pizza), pisa bing 披薩餅 (Bing pizza), or a Catalonia coca? They could all be made with local ingredients, sourced from smaller sustainable farms, sold in locally owned franchises, employing local residents with wages high enough to live on. Who knows where the next Big Mac could be invented? Maybe Russia. Bol’shaya Gov anyone? This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit interplace.io

/Film Daily
Spoiler Discussion: Ms Marvel Episode 3 ”Destined”

/Film Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 52:01


On the June 24, 2022 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editorial director Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film editor Brad Oman to have a spoiler-filled discussion about Ms Marvel Episode 3 “Destined” Opening Banter: Next week on Wednesday but without Peter. In The Spoiler Room: Ms Marvel Episode 3 “Destined” FeedbackRobbert from Belgium:. I just wanna let you know that if you watch the second episode of Ms Marvel , at the fair where Nakia hands out voting flyers, the one who takes a selfie from the Mosque Bros is Bilall Fallah, one of the directors. Maybe you noticed him, but if not: you're welcome! Mark from Brisbane, Australia: We have a Pizza Hut buffet in Browns Plains, Brisbane. It's a low socio economic area so it's still running but I'm pretty sure it's the only one in Brisbane if not Australia. We went about 3 years ago and it is not like when you where a kid lol. Pizza expectations are a lot higher as an adult. Brief reactions  Breakdown  Speculation     Also mentioned:  Jimmy Fallon's Interview with Iman Vellani   All the other stuff you need to know: You can find more about all the stories we mentioned on today's show at slashfilm.com, and linked inside the show notes. /Film Daily is published every weekday, bringing you the most exciting news from the world of movies and television as well as deeper dives into the great features from slashfilm.com.  You can subscribe to /Film Daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (RSS).  Send your feedback, questions, comments and concerns to us at peter@slashfilm.com. Please leave your name and general geographic location in case we mention the e-mail on the air. Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts, tell your friends and spread the word!  Thanks to Sam Hume for our logo.

80's Flick Flashback
#59 - "Back to the Future" Trilogy Panel Part Two

80's Flick Flashback

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 75:48


Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads. Its time to pick up where things left off as Tim Williams is joined by the "Hill Valley Save the Clock Tower Committee" (aka the Co-Host Panel) as they continue their discussion on the "Back to the Future" Trilogy for this episode of the 80's Flick Flashback! Panel Includes Charlie Cotter, Chad Sheppard, and Laramy & Bethany Wells ("Moving Panels" Podcast) Pre-Recorded Segments from previous co-hosts include Ron West, Jeff Atkins, and Gerry D. ("Totally Rad Christmas" Podcast) Here are some additional behind the scenes trivia we were unable to cover in this episode: The first film had had slightly more subtle placement deals with various companies including Toyota, Pepsi and Miller, but in the second, these deals started to take an active place in the story. Pepsi (with the fictional ‘Pepsi Perfect' variety) is even more prominent in the Café 80s, and there are Black and Decker products both real (the “antique” Dustbuster) and fictional (the food hydrating machine). Pizza Hut, meanwhile, was eager not just to show its logo on the pizza that gets hydrated, but actually provided a ‘professional food stylist' to the production, to ensure that said pizza looked as appetizing as possible onscreen. A running gag throughout the entire trilogy: every time Marty goes into the diner location for the first time (that's Lou's in 1955, Cafe '80s in 2015 and the saloon in 1885), he orders a beverage that he never actually gets to drink any of before being interrupted by a “Hey, McFly!” In Part III Marty notices the name of ‘Frisbie', an actual pie company, and presumably thinks it's just a coincidence that the name on the flat tray is similar to ‘Frisbee', the flying disc. Of course, the two are actually linked – the pie company gave the colloquial name to the disc-throwing game, before the Wham-O company trademarked the slightly altered ‘Frisbee' in the 1950s. Sources: Wikipedia, IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes https://screenrant.com/back-future-movie-behind-scenes-facts-marty-mcfly-doc-brown-delorean/ https://www.denofgeek.com/movies/back-to-the-future-trilogy-things-you-missed/ Intro & Outro Music: "Total Eclipse" by Nathaniel Wyver Send us an email or reach out to us on social media to let us know what you liked, what you loved, what we may have missed, or what 80's movie we should discuss next! Email - moviviewspodcast@gmail.com Facebook - Moviviews Presents 80's Flick Flashback Podcast (Fan Page) & Moviviews News & Reviews (Group Page) InstaGram & TikTok - @80sflickflashback Twitter - @80_podcast Website - www.80sflickflashback.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/moviviews80sff/support

The Cutting Edge with gmoney
The Designer of gmoney's Ape Filter Talks Everything Web3

The Cutting Edge with gmoney

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 47:33


Today we have the designer of gmoney's famous filter and the Head of Innovation at Publicist Media, Keith Soljacich. Back in 2021, he was a media strategist by day, working with AMEX, Disney, and PlayStation. At night, Keith was a degen, working with CrytoNovo to bring NFTs to life. His innovation experience mixed with his passion for the digital world drove him to lead the strategic integration of emerging technologies & platforms bridging brand experiences to the metaverse. Most recently, he has been a part of ushering Samsung into the web3 space and creating a unique path for Pizza Hut to embrace utility uniquely. He's here to discuss all that plus the current trends in the market and where NFTs go from here. Timestamp 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Designer behind gmoney's ape filter 4:24 - Keith's background 9:18 - Taking Web2 skills to the Web3 universe 12:46 - The battle between AR vs. VR 16:30 - Reactions to Keith's article back in 2021 18:49 - Bridging brands to web3 successfully 23:35 - Samsung and Pizza Hut Web3 case studies 31:32 - How these brands have changed over time 34:38 - Why now is the best moment to learn and invest in Web3 36:39 - Why free minting is important for the industry 40:58 - The best way to distribute your NFT 44:50 - What's your Favorite NFT #NFT #blockchain #web3

Jodie & Soda
FULL SHOW: EP 76 - "The Voice Behind Siri, Pizza Hut & Making History..."

Jodie & Soda

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 25:13


Today on the Ali Clarke Breakfast Show; We have the voice of Siri on the show, which absolutely freaks us out! And we also talk to normal people that were a part of important historic events... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Ross Patterson Revolution!
Episode 794 - Summer Solstice

Ross Patterson Revolution!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 99:08


Beyonce has a new song out, Drake's new album is trash, Texas wants to secede but definitely won't, the NFL switched pizza sponsors from Pizza Hut to Little Caesars, and Jarrod Carmichael called out Dave Chappelle for his jokes about trans people.   Buy Drinkin Bros' new HardAF Seltzer Here!   Go to ghostbed.com/drinkinbros and use code DRINKINBROS for 30% off EVERYTHING (Mattresses, Adjustable Base, and more) -- plus a 101 Night Sleep Trial and Mattresses Made in the USA!   If you're interested in a better way to use nicotine, visit Lucy.co, and be sure to use that promo code NOONERS

Countless Journeys
Determined Dancers - Ida Beltran Lucila & Jojo Lucila

Countless Journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 32:09


The desire to give children a better life. That's one of the big, enduring themes in stories about why people leave everything they know behind, to immigrate to another country. And it's what inspired Ida Beltran Lucila and Jojo Lucila to leave thriving careers in the dance world in the Philippines to start over in Canada. The two met at Ballet Philippines in the early 1980s, where Ida would go on to become a principal ballerina. Jojo's career as a dancer would end with an injury in his early twenties, but he continued as a choreographer for the Filipino military, whose musical productions routinely involved many hundreds of dancers. But widespread corruption and a political scandal that brought down a president left the couple despairing for the kind of futures their three children faced in a country where patronage seemed to rule the day. “We wanted to raise our children in a society of meritocracy so that they grew up knowing that the work that they invested in would yield something other than patronage,” says Ida Beltran Lucilla. But the sacrifices would be huge along the way. Settling in Edmonton, it was tough going at first, as the couple realized that their lack of contacts in the dance world in a new country would challenge their ability to make a living doing what they not only loved, but excelled at back home. “So in the early years I worked in the call centre for Pizza Hut and my husband was working at Sobey's. I think at that time I sort of lost my identity. Because my identity was so tied with my artistic achievements and not being able to do that here. I know now I can say that I sort of lost myself.” Listen as Ida and Jojo share their inspiring story of rebuilding their lives in Canada, creating opportunities for themselves and others in the Filipino community in Edmonton along the way.

Elevate with Robert Glazer
David Novak on Building a $32 Billion Dollar Business

Elevate with Robert Glazer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 44:37


David Novak is the Co-Founder and retired Chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands, Inc. one of the world's largest restaurant companies that includes KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell in its portfolio. Under David 17-year leadership, Yum! Brands doubled in size to over 45,000 restaurants and grew from a $4b to a $32 Billion market cap. David is also founder and CEO of David Novak Leadership, the parent organization to five nonprofits dedicated to developing leaders at every stage of life, from ages 5 to 65. He's also the New York Times bestselling author of several books, including a new one, Take Charge of You, which is now available wherever books are sold. David joined host Robert Glazer on the Elevate Podcast to discuss his highly successful career, how to build leadership ability and much more.

CA Podcast
Episode 36 | Drake's Album Flops + Jay Ramirez Interview

CA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 130:22


On this episode we give Rhode Island comedian/singer/entertainer Jay Ramirez his first major interview, he breaks down growing from a Providence kid that got kicked out of Elementary school for bringing a knife, stuffing crust at Pizza Hut, to now being a father of 3 that gets paid up to $40k per advertisements. We also cover 100,000 people attending Gay Pride in Rhode Island, old man Biden falling off his bike, and Drake releasing his worst selling album ever. @yosoyjayramirez Why have you never left RI? 2:30 Background (Age, Family, Hometown) 11:00 First moment where you felt “success” / viral? 18:00 Dreams as a child, wanted to become? 23:00 Music career, hit record 26:00 Your fans' favorite content you've created? 33:50 What would you consider your profession title? Fatherhood 39:40 Getting Paid $40k for ads 47:30 Biggest obstacle as a content creator? 50:49 Free Instagram tips 1:00:00 Best advice for anyone from Providence growing up wanting to be like you? 1:06:15 Why CA Podcast exists 1:10:20 Jay filmed a movie in DR 1:11:00 Legacy We Leave Behind 1:12:10 Dominican middle names 1:14:40 Street Interview collab DR Fest? 1:22:00 Local Topics Pride RI parade recap 100,000 people 1:23:40 3 shootings over the weekend David Duke holds Basketball camp at Classical Unidentified body pulled from Warwick waters Culture News Topics Joe Biden falls off bike 1:33:45 reacting to Drake's new house music album 1:38:50 Chris Brown speaks on being compared to Michael Jackson 1:53:40 Celtics lose in the Finals Game 6 2:00:20 Lil Uzi Vert says XXXTENTACION was his only competition 2:04:30 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cambition/support

This Week in Business History
This Week in Business History LIVE with Scott and Kelly

This Week in Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 57:53


When did the word “robot” enter the English language? When did the famous Sears catalog finally bid us all adieu? This Week in Business History just made a little bit of history of its own… this week! Scott Luton and Kelly Barner went LIVE to take a journey down memory lane, shining a light on some of the most significant leaders, companies, innovations – and even lessons learned – from the week of June 20-24. They shared stories about: • The iconic Jimmy Dean, musician, businessman, and - some might say – philosopher • The birth of Pizza Hut, which spawned a challenge to list as many famous ‘huts' as possible • The backstory on Wheaties cereal and their innovating marketing techniques, including the iconic athlete features on their box and the first-ever jingle featured in a radio commercial Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about This Week in Business History: https://supplychainnow.com/program/business-history/ Subscribe to This Week in Business History and other Supply Chain Now programs: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe This episode was hosted by Scott Luton and Kelly Barner. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/this-week-business-history-live-bh103

Quiz Quiz Bang Bang Trivia
Bing Bang Bonus: Hexaquest

Quiz Quiz Bang Bang Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 42:03


Hexaquest: The Strategic Trivia Game We are honored to have Martin Soederhamn on this episode of Quiz Quiz Bang Bang. Martin is the creator of Hexaquest: The Strategic Trivia Game. The game is easy to set up and has a lot of variety. The tiles show you either the point value (1-5) or the category. The lower point value are easier questions, once you answer a question correctly, you can take another turn but if you answer incorrectly you lose all your points of that round. The starter pack includes 6 categories Treehugger (Nature), Moviebuff (Film), Wiseman (Variety), Gourmet (Food/Drink), Backpacker (Geography) and Historian. If you buy it before 06/25 you will get $10 off the base game on Amazon. If you find this episode after that date, go to the Hexaquest website and put quizquizbangbang in as the coupon code to get $10 off the base game. Can you answer questions like: Who was the first man on the Moon? Who was the first female prime minister in the UK? What's the original meaning of the word "pharaoh"? Who was the first Canadian prime minister? Who's the face of McDonald's? Where's Granada? What's produced by force-feeding a duck or goose? Who hosted "America's Next Top Model"? Which company produced the 20 scoop Vermonster? Where was Pizza Hut founded? What delicacy is the city of Skuon famous for serving? Where's Mount Kilimanjaro? Who discovered the three laws of motion? What are baby porcupines called? Who was the lead singer of "The Boomtown Rats"? Where's the Trevi Fountain? What country has three capitals? What does "koh" means in Thai? Where are giraffes from? What's bred and kept in a ranarium? If you like this episode, you might enjoy our Rugby episode. Music Hot Swing, Fast Talkin, Bass Walker, Dances and Dames, Ambush by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Don't forget to follow us on social media: Patreon - patreon.com/quizbang - Please consider supporting us on Patreon. Check out our fun extras for patrons and help us keep this podcast going. We appreciate any level of support! Website - quizbangpod.com Check out our website, it will have all the links for social media that you need and while you're there, why not go to the contact us page and submit a question! Facebook - @quizbangpodcast - we post episode links and silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Instagram - Quiz Quiz Bang Bang (quizquizbangbang), we post silly lego pictures to go with our trivia questions. Enjoy the silly picture and give your best guess, we will respond to your answer the next day to give everyone a chance to guess. Twitter - @quizbangpod We want to start a fun community for our fellow trivia lovers. If you hear/think of a fun or challenging trivia question, post it to our twitter feed and we will repost it so everyone can take a stab it. Come for the trivia - stay for the trivia. Ko-Fi - ko-fi.com/quizbangpod - Keep that sweet caffeine running through our body with a Ko-Fi, power us through a late night of fact checking and editing!

Fried w/ Jon Reep
Flag Day, Little Caesars, Residual Checks and a Fishermen Finds a Sex Toy in a Catfish!

Fried w/ Jon Reep

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 69:44


We have a Fishy, Phallic, Flag-tastic, Pizza Party of a show for you today! Jon loves his Intern Isaiah's voice and accent… so he has him redo some classic narration from a famous movie.  This week, Isaiah reads narration from STAND BY ME. In BEST TRENDS... today is Flag Day! Shout out Betsy Ross!  Do you have a flag in your yard? Do you know the proper way to fold the flag? TIM ALLEN is in the news as he is not the new Buzz Lightyear.  Why is that?  And what's Mr. Allen up to these days? And LITTLE CAESARS has become the official pizza of the NFL, taking PIZZA HUT's place.  Jon has to try some some pizza from both places live on the show and gives his shocking opinion. Also, as usual, Jon's giving more money away in another round of HOW MUCH IS THAT SCREEN ACTORS GUILD RESIDUAL CHECK?   And in SMALL TOWN NEWS, Jon shares a story of a fisherman in Indiana that finds a mysterious, hard object inside a catfish… which turns out to be a sex toy. That Nemo is a real slut! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Why We Create
Why We Create, Sn2.Ep9: Nothing but Vibes with Geneva Bowers

Why We Create

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 53:33


For Ep 9 of the wacom podcast ‘Why We Create' we sat down with the lovely and talented, Genva Bowers to chat about chill pet dragons, fantastical sunsets, magical gardens more.  Nestled the gorgeous surrounding of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Geneva is inspired by the landscapes around her and is known to use local scenery in her illustrations, transforming even the most mundane locations to something truly out of this world (y'all gotta check out that Pizza Hut). Her use of vibrant and dynamic colors and movement transport you too far off places that feel like a dream. Geneva is also the creator, writer and illustrator of the webtoon (and soon to be published) ‘HoverGirls' comic. ‘HoverGirls' is a story of two best friends, Kim and Jalissa, navigating regular day to day life challenges, while also discovering magical powers and trying to figure out how to use them for greatness.  This amazing superhero story is a fabulous celebration of Black Girl Magic, friendship and joy. You can find and follow Geneva on social media at @gdbee and #gdbeeart on TwitterGeneva's Website: http://www.genevab.com/ will take you to her portfolio as well as her shop, which is full of amazing merch#wacomexperience #PDX⁠ #podcast ⁠ #creative ⁠ #community ⁠ #conversations⁠ #reallife ⁠ #truestories⁠ #illustration #painting #art⁠ #cosmic #blackgirlmagic#hovergirls #gdbee #fantasty #scifi #magic #dreamy#spotify #applemusic #googlepodcast ⁠#iheartradio #podcasters zing  ip 

Music Tectonics
The Magic of Music Tech with Dr Kate Stone, Founder of Novalia

Music Tectonics

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 34:28


Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! This week, Dr Kate Stone, the Mary Poppins of music tech and founder and CEO of Novalia, joins Dmitri Vietze to explore how Novalia is revolutionizing the way we interact with music and technology. Discover how Novalia is pushing the boundaries of creativity, through partnerships with Pizza Hut and Disney, designing DJ decks out of pizza boxes and magical amulets. Learn how Novalia's programming technology allows paper museum guides to talk about an exhibit in 5 languages and bring murals to life. Imagine a future where technology sinks into the background of our everyday experiences. Find out how Novalia is using AR and VR to enhance musical experiences with physical objects, like concert posters. How can companies use interactive musical experiences to develop brand engagement and connect with their audience? Find out in this week's episode.  The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. Visit MusicTectonics.com to learn more, and find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Let us know what you think!

Jason and Deb Full Show
The Morning X with Jason Dick and Friends - Pizza Ethics

Jason and Deb Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 99:07


We discuss Bumblina being That Guy for blaming Jason for giving her Covid, whether Emily committed a violation of pizza ethics and why Nick doesn't get the difference between 69 and 72... degrees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CFO Thought Leader
810: Following the Data Trail | David Barnes, CFO, Trimble

CFO Thought Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:45


Generally, when legendary CEO Roger Enrico wasn't happy, just about every PepsiCo executive from junior grades on up knew about it. So it was that when David Barnes was told he would be presenting to Enrico on a subject known to inflame the CEO's ire, he knew that his presentation—one way or the other—would be career-defining. “Enrico was known to be very impatient with those who would present a bunch of facts but offer no insights,” remembers Barnes, whose tryst with destiny surfaced via the guidance of none other than Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo's future CEO, who Barnes tells us was his “great mentor and sponsor” during his Pepsi years. “Pepsi had hired a big consulting firm and they had dumped a lot of data on us, but they couldn't find any insights, so Indra asked me to work with the consultants and actually get the insights out of the data,” continues Barnes, who had been hired in the mid-1990s to be part of a strategy group within PepsiCo that had been tasked with integrating strategy and finance across the company. As it turned out, Barnes's presentation succeeded in delivering a number of new insights related to the profitability (or lack thereof) of PepsiCo's restaurant business in China. “We had a small, money-losing business in China at a time when the Asian economies at large were experiencing deep recessions, so the questions being asked were ‘Do we give up?' and ‘Do we double down?,'” recalls Barnes, who would soon open a new career chapter in China—an indication that perhaps his presentation had gone well.  “They wanted a known quantity in China—someone with the company's corporate interests at heart—so I became responsible for finance as well as our development activities around new stores for KFC and Pizza Hut,” explains Barnes, who would subsequently use data to better expose an opportunity for new stores inside China's smaller tertiary markets rather than in big cities. “We figured out that there was a better way to do capital resource allocation just for these markets,” comments Barnes, who recalls the business leader who ultimately made the call when it came to opening new stores as saying: “Let's get at it!” –Jack Sweeney 

Thought Cops
Case File 260: Elon Musk vs. Kevin with Aaron Klopfer

Thought Cops

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 101:29


Don't steal this episode and crop it- Aaron Klopfer is back along with a once-in-a-lifetime appearance by Elon Musk! Support the show on Patreon   Field Notes We squash the beef with Elon this week (or try to) in our biggest Beef Before Potatoes EVER. Elon Musk got into it with the fine folks over at Hard Drive this week, and wouldn't you know it, our very own Officer Kevin got called out by Elon as a coward! Say it ain't so! But don't lose your appetite just yet, because we're talking fast food and lots of it. Burger King has a 'Pride Whopper' with 'two equal buns', and Pizza Hut has fallen. Seth Green lost his ape and lost his dumb idea for a TV show as well. Should have stuck to using Midjourney, way cheaper and way cooler.   Special thank you to LowRes Wunderbred Join the Thought Cops Deputy Patrol Support the show on Patreon Join the Thought Cops Discord! Click here to buy Thought Cops shirts, hoodies, stickers, and mugs. Like what we do? Buy us a Ko-fi! Episode produced by Commissioner Zwick Leave the show a voicemail at 312-788-7361 or thoughtcopspodcast@gmail.com

Jodie & Soda
The Owner Of The Last All You Can Eat Pizza Hut In Adelaide...

Jodie & Soda

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 5:22


We speak to Bill Lianos and quiz him on what it's been like running an all you can eat restaurant, the stories and the puns are hilarious! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Franchise Findings | Buying a Franchise Made Simple
Pizza Hut Franchise Closes 10% of Location

Franchise Findings | Buying a Franchise Made Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 6:45


Pizza Hut franchise opened its first store in Wichita, Kansas in 1958. After its founders, brothers Dan and Frank Carney, borrowed $600 from their mother to finance their pizza dreams. Because their restaurant's sign only had room for eight letters, the Carney brothers decided to name their concept “Pizza Hut”. A restaurant concept that created food they proudly served and delivered at a fast pace. Franchising began one year later. By 1971 Pizza Hut became the No.1 pizza restaurant chain in the world in both sales and number of restaurants. This podcast was based on an exclusive Vetted Biz analysis, click here for the full report: https://www.vettedbiz.com/pizza-hut-franchise/ Want to have a franchise specialist support you day-to-day in your franchise search/ analysis? Click here for more information: https://www.vettedbiz.com/franchise-search/ 00:00 Introduction 00:45 About Pizza Hut 01:54 Initial Investment Cost 02:12 Royalty & Marketing Fees 02:23 Franchisee Requirements 02:58 Franchise Growth Sales 03:07 Cost to Open a Delivery-Only Pizza 03:37 Selling a Pizza Hut Franchise System 04:13 Pizza Hut Franchise Decrease During Pandemic 04:55 Pizza Hut Competitors 05:29 Conclusion #PizzaHutFranchise #FranchiseFindings If you are looking for more information, you can connect with us through our networks: https://www.vettedbiz.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/vettedbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/vettedbiz

Turtle Tales Radio
198 - BTR - TMNT 125 & 126

Turtle Tales Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 108:50


In this radical episode of BooyakaTales Radio, we kick back and talk about IDW TMNT issues 125 and 126 over a mega slice of a Pizza Hut meat lovers personal pan pizza! Links: Turtles Forever Discord Community Turtles Forever Email – turtlesforeverpodcast@gmail.com Turtle Comm Hotline – 865-309-4875 Instagram and Twitter - @TurtlePodRob @ZoSoTMNT Facebook - TurtleVision and Turtle Tales Radio "TMNT Stage 1 - Fire" by Daniel Tidwell "Technodrome: Let's Kick Shell" by Enjoy the Ride Records "TMNT 3 Metal Covers" by Anton Ginger Red "9.95" by Spunkadellic "Tarzan Boy" by Baltimora Support Our Friends: Check out @TaraClarkson and her story "The Argonaut" on the new Twisting Time Anthology! Check out Krypto Comics in Knoxville, TN! Our Adventure with Corp. Mass-Scott Craig's Social Media Art Pages - Facebook, Twitter/Instagram - @CHollandArt What's Next on Turtle Tales Radio: Tales of the TMNT Vol. 2, Issue 8 - "Virus" What's Next on TurtleVision: 2003 TMNT Cartoon Season 1, Episode 7 - "The Way of Invisibility" What's Next on BooyakaTales Radio!: IDW TMNT Issues 127 and 128 on Zach's Booyakashow! Feed

Without A Country
Ep. 125: Doom-Filled Opinion

Without A Country

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 87:58


This episode of Without A Country is powered by Diet Coke! Conservatives are livid about Pizza Hut, incels are giving secondhand embarrassment, it is, in fact, illegal to vengefully throw your boyfriend's mother's urn into a body of water, the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard disaster will not end, and nobody cares about the January 6th hearings.Air Date: 6/7/22Support Our Sponsors!RockAuto.comBetterHelp.comYoDelta.comYou can watch Without A Country LIVE for FREE every Tuesday at 7:00pm at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/live. Once you're there, sign up for GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code WAC to receive a 7 Day FREE TRIAL with access to our entire catalog of archived episodes! On top of that, you'll also have the same access to ALL the other shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!**PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW ON iTUNES & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL**WHERE YOU CAN ANNOY US:Corinne Fisher: @PhilanthropyGalShayne Smith: @ShaydozerExecutive Producer: Alec AlaggioEngineer: Natalie DeCiccoSpecial Thanks: @GaSDigitalMeltdown over drag book on Pizza Hut reading listhttps://www.foxnews.com/us/pizza-hut-boycott-calls-drag-kids-bookhttps://boundingintocomics.com/2022/04/26/tyra-banks-and-discoverys-new-series-about-child-drag-queens-opens-a-disturbing-rabbit-hole/amp/Incel Terrorismhttps://www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/incel-threat-secret-service-report/“Cuties” Cornerhttps://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/woman-arrested-after-throwing-boyfriends-mothers-ashes-into-lake-worth/2961004/MAIN STORIESDepp-Heard TrialLIBhttps://www.thecut.com/2022/06/johnny-depp-verdict-proves-amber-heards-point.html?utm_source=instagram&utm_medium=social_acct&utm_campaign=cut&utm_content=curalate_like2buy_zSEs7K4L__1d6996c1-5af2-4caf-b26d-5395da5a573ehttps://www.msnbc.com/opinion/msnbc-opinion/johnny-deep-amber-heard-court-video-tiktok-trends-are-gross-n1295405https://www.washingtonpost.com/media/2022/06/01/johnny-depp-libel-law-uk-us/CONhttps://www.foxnews.com/media/judge-jeanine-johnny-depp-verdict-amber-heard-lies-juryJANUARY 6TH HEARINGSLIBhttps://www.cnn.com/2022/06/05/politics/donald-trump-preparations-january-6-hearing/index.htmlCONhttps://www.foxnews.com/politics/is-january-6-committee-illegitimateSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 1 - BEST OF

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 37:53


What's Trending: Seattle principal stonewalled police who responded to a call about a man who hopped the school's fence and got into a classroom, and Pizza Hut features 'drag kids' book for children as young as kindergarten.  An update on the OIS in Kent. A former Glee star gets booted from SYTYCD.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dr. Duke Show
Ep. 718 – Kids Are Now The #1 Target For Drag Grooming

Dr. Duke Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 26:20


We start this episode with a troubling look at how multiple outlets, including Pizza Hut, gay bars, and pride festivals, are locked in on normalizing the sexualization of DRAG to children of all ages.

Minion Death Cult
I warned you about what Pizza Hut had become (Preview)

Minion Death Cult

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 2:31


Support the show for only $3.11/mo at http://patreon.com/miniondeathcult and get a bonus episode every week as well as instant access to hundreds of hours of previous bonus content. This week we saw more good movies, more cops didn't help school children, and Pizza Hut, like an unfaithful lover, has wronged me for the last time.

Don’t Let This Flop: This Week in TikTok
Charlie Puth vs. Laura Bush Smackdown

Don’t Let This Flop: This Week in TikTok

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 45:17


Why is the Queen the same size as Paddington Bear? What is worse: being a grown man who openly brags about masturbating to Maroon 5 and ironically using the word “hungies”; or being a former First Lady married to a war criminal? And who, pray tell, lied to Liam Payne about his Spotify streams? Plus, Brittany and Ej unpack the inherently homophobic nature of the mere existence of Matthew Morrison, uncover Rush Limbaugh's past as a Pizza Hut spokesmodel, and determine once and for all the best frozen pizza brand on the market.Links referenced in this episode:Charlie Puth On TikTok, Dating Apps, & Writing Songs To Turn You On https://twitter.com/mrmikecowan/status/1533164454057332736?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1533164454057332736%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url= https%3A%2F%2Fwww.townandcountrymag.com%2Fsociety%2Ftradition%2Fa40195878%2Fqueen-elizabeth-paddington-bear-platinum-jubilee-video%2F https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/liam-payne-one-direction-interview-logan-paul-podcast-1361543/ https://www.eonline.com/news/1333278/matthew-morrison-sounds-off-on-blatantly-untrue-statements-about-his-sytycd-firing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Dori Monson Show
Hour 2: Pizza Hut goes woke

The Dori Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 32:37


1pm - The Fastest 15 // City Council member Tammy Morales is upset about sex assaults - even though she voted to defund // Typical Dem - Marco Liias - let's make monthly payments for massive taxes to soften the blow // Dallas drag show for kids // Pizza Hut goes woke See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sofa King Podcast
Episode 662: The Sphinx: The Ultimate Egyptian Enigma

Sofa King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 88:39


On this episode of the world famous Sofa King Podcast, we talk about one of the most famous structures on planet earth—The Great Sphinx of Giza. The Sphinx is old. It is really old, but nobody knows exactly how ancient it is. Popular beliefs put it at 4500 years old, built by the Pharaoh Khafre. Others say it was built by that pharaoh's father, Khufu. Yet others claim it was discovered by Khufu and is centuries older than either of them. This monument has been subject to vandalism, erosion, and centuries buried under the sand. Was there any truth to Edgar Cayce's predictions about hidden Atlantean artifacts? What is the water erosion theory, and how does that potentially change the age of the Sphinx? How far is it from the nearest Pizza Hut? Listen, laugh, learn?   Visit Our Sources: https://www.history.com/topics/ancient-egypt/the-sphinx https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Sphinx_of_Giza https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sphinx_water_erosion_hypothesis https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/uncovering-secrets-of-the-sphinx-5053442/ https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/egypt-great-sphinx-closed-eyes-really

Interviews
Rene Rodriguez: Unleashing Voluntary Energy Via Influence

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


How do we change others' behavior? In business, it's a challenge we face every moment. Can we persuade a customer to switch to our brand or service? Can we get the board or the C-Suite to approve our proposal? Can we convince a VC to fund our startup? The common denominator across all these tasks is influence. How do we make the case with sufficient influence? The solution lies in using tools informed by Neuroscience. Economics For Business talks with Rene Rodriguez about his book Amplify Your Influence (Mises.org/E4B_173_Book), and his research into the neuroscience behind influential interpersonal communication. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights. Influence is a determinant of business success. In the past, there was a classification distinction between “soft skills” in business management and the more highly respected quantitative capabilities of finance and strategic planning. Today, that is no longer the case. The ability to harness communication to change others' behavior is fundamental to making progress in the business world, and an inability in this area means an executive or manager will be perceived as ineffective. Setting out a vision that no-one follows is fatal. Influence is also the way to help people make better choices for themselves. Influence can be considered by some to be manipulation, but there is absolutely no need for that perspective. Influence may be exerted to help people better evaluate the choices and options open to them. Influence is providing information that may not otherwise have been available to the audience, or that had not been considered in the most appropriate light. Influence unleashes what Rene Rodriguez terms “voluntary energy”; they are pleased and delighted to be offered a better decision-making path. There is hard science behind the soft skills of influence. Influence is applied neuroscience. Neuroscience explains how and why humans resist change. It's a threat. The first reaction to any new information is often resistance. We don't like to question what we believe we know, or abandon the guidelines on which we've been operating, or change the heuristics we use. It's a common, shared trait. That's why influence is the “how” of leadership: influencing behavior change when the natural response is to resist it. It's also the goal of marketing, teaching, managing, selling, and communicating. It pays to learn a little bit about neuroscience for each of these actions. The power to influence can be amplified by using three techniques. As with any business tool, there are techniques that can be perfected to improve the performance in use. Rene highlighted three: Sequencing: The brain processes information in certain sequences. First, it looks for threats (like “change” or “new ideas”) in order to sort between danger and safety. If it perceives a threat, it shuts down – no influential communication will get through, Next it seeks value – feelings of being valued, being engaged, being inspired. The right sequence of message delivery starts with a communication of positive value (so that the brain can believe it is in a safe place), followed by communication of caring, active engagement and inspiration. Framing: people perceive their own reality through their own framing. If your frame of reference for pizza is high calories, excessive cheesy fat and too many carbohydrates, it doesn't matter how delicious the pizza recipe Pizza Hut presents to you, you are going to be unreceptive. In the battle for attention and shared meaning, an influencer must set and claim the frame in advance of any message presentation. Communicators and innovators practice framing and reframing to improve their skills. For example, creative innovators always create the frame of solving a problem for others, requiring them to see the problem as others see it and experience it, and enabling the future communication of the solution as a relief of unease or removal of dissatisfaction or discomfort. Framing is based on empathy - seeing from others' perspectives and aligning with their values. That's why the Economics For Business value proposition design tool starts from “Who is the customer?” and “What is their need?”. The tie-down: There needs to be a close. Our target audience's brains are flooded with information from all directions at all times. We need to make our message stick. The tie-down is a tool to make sure the audience has the chance to understand what our information will mean to them, what value it can add to their lives, and how it will help them achieve their goals. To ensure execution of the tie-down, Rene recommends that we all have an Influence Objective in mind: the specific action, thought or behavior we are aiming to influence. The tie-down is often a summary or emphasis of benefits, or a powerful takeaway or a “magic phrase”. It ties down our message in the audience's brain. The art of influence lies in storytelling. Brain scans show that when we are caught up in a story told by a skilled storyteller, we stop daydreaming and become fully present. We become focused. We narrow our attention to what the storyteller is saying. There's a response in positive brain chemistry, as well as empathy and trust — a neural coupling between the storyteller and the audience. Stories help us organize data, discern value, and make better decisions. Influencers work hard at becoming good storytellers. Rene left us with a 10-step guide, which we provide as a free pdf. Additional Resources Amplify Your Influence: Transform How You Communicate and Lead by Rene Rodriguez: Mises.org/E4B_173_Book "10 Steps to Amplify Your Influence" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_173_PDF

Mises Media
Rene Rodriguez: Unleashing Voluntary Energy Via Influence

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


How do we change others' behavior? In business, it's a challenge we face every moment. Can we persuade a customer to switch to our brand or service? Can we get the board or the C-Suite to approve our proposal? Can we convince a VC to fund our startup? The common denominator across all these tasks is influence. How do we make the case with sufficient influence? The solution lies in using tools informed by Neuroscience. Economics For Business talks with Rene Rodriguez about his book Amplify Your Influence (Mises.org/E4B_173_Book), and his research into the neuroscience behind influential interpersonal communication. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights. Influence is a determinant of business success. In the past, there was a classification distinction between “soft skills” in business management and the more highly respected quantitative capabilities of finance and strategic planning. Today, that is no longer the case. The ability to harness communication to change others' behavior is fundamental to making progress in the business world, and an inability in this area means an executive or manager will be perceived as ineffective. Setting out a vision that no-one follows is fatal. Influence is also the way to help people make better choices for themselves. Influence can be considered by some to be manipulation, but there is absolutely no need for that perspective. Influence may be exerted to help people better evaluate the choices and options open to them. Influence is providing information that may not otherwise have been available to the audience, or that had not been considered in the most appropriate light. Influence unleashes what Rene Rodriguez terms “voluntary energy”; they are pleased and delighted to be offered a better decision-making path. There is hard science behind the soft skills of influence. Influence is applied neuroscience. Neuroscience explains how and why humans resist change. It's a threat. The first reaction to any new information is often resistance. We don't like to question what we believe we know, or abandon the guidelines on which we've been operating, or change the heuristics we use. It's a common, shared trait. That's why influence is the “how” of leadership: influencing behavior change when the natural response is to resist it. It's also the goal of marketing, teaching, managing, selling, and communicating. It pays to learn a little bit about neuroscience for each of these actions. The power to influence can be amplified by using three techniques. As with any business tool, there are techniques that can be perfected to improve the performance in use. Rene highlighted three: Sequencing: The brain processes information in certain sequences. First, it looks for threats (like “change” or “new ideas”) in order to sort between danger and safety. If it perceives a threat, it shuts down – no influential communication will get through, Next it seeks value – feelings of being valued, being engaged, being inspired. The right sequence of message delivery starts with a communication of positive value (so that the brain can believe it is in a safe place), followed by communication of caring, active engagement and inspiration. Framing: people perceive their own reality through their own framing. If your frame of reference for pizza is high calories, excessive cheesy fat and too many carbohydrates, it doesn't matter how delicious the pizza recipe Pizza Hut presents to you, you are going to be unreceptive. In the battle for attention and shared meaning, an influencer must set and claim the frame in advance of any message presentation. Communicators and innovators practice framing and reframing to improve their skills. For example, creative innovators always create the frame of solving a problem for others, requiring them to see the problem as others see it and experience it, and enabling the future communication of the solution as a relief of unease or removal of dissatisfaction or discomfort. Framing is based on empathy - seeing from others' perspectives and aligning with their values. That's why the Economics For Business value proposition design tool starts from “Who is the customer?” and “What is their need?”. The tie-down: There needs to be a close. Our target audience's brains are flooded with information from all directions at all times. We need to make our message stick. The tie-down is a tool to make sure the audience has the chance to understand what our information will mean to them, what value it can add to their lives, and how it will help them achieve their goals. To ensure execution of the tie-down, Rene recommends that we all have an Influence Objective in mind: the specific action, thought or behavior we are aiming to influence. The tie-down is often a summary or emphasis of benefits, or a powerful takeaway or a “magic phrase”. It ties down our message in the audience's brain. The art of influence lies in storytelling. Brain scans show that when we are caught up in a story told by a skilled storyteller, we stop daydreaming and become fully present. We become focused. We narrow our attention to what the storyteller is saying. There's a response in positive brain chemistry, as well as empathy and trust — a neural coupling between the storyteller and the audience. Stories help us organize data, discern value, and make better decisions. Influencers work hard at becoming good storytellers. Rene left us with a 10-step guide, which we provide as a free pdf. Additional Resources Amplify Your Influence: Transform How You Communicate and Lead by Rene Rodriguez: Mises.org/E4B_173_Book "10 Steps to Amplify Your Influence" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_173_PDF

Economics For Business
Rene Rodriguez: Unleashing Voluntary Energy Via Influence

Economics For Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


How do we change others' behavior? In business, it's a challenge we face every moment. Can we persuade a customer to switch to our brand or service? Can we get the board or the C-Suite to approve our proposal? Can we convince a VC to fund our startup? The common denominator across all these tasks is influence. How do we make the case with sufficient influence? The solution lies in using tools informed by Neuroscience. Economics For Business talks with Rene Rodriguez about his book Amplify Your Influence (Mises.org/E4B_173_Book), and his research into the neuroscience behind influential interpersonal communication. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights. Influence is a determinant of business success. In the past, there was a classification distinction between “soft skills” in business management and the more highly respected quantitative capabilities of finance and strategic planning. Today, that is no longer the case. The ability to harness communication to change others' behavior is fundamental to making progress in the business world, and an inability in this area means an executive or manager will be perceived as ineffective. Setting out a vision that no-one follows is fatal. Influence is also the way to help people make better choices for themselves. Influence can be considered by some to be manipulation, but there is absolutely no need for that perspective. Influence may be exerted to help people better evaluate the choices and options open to them. Influence is providing information that may not otherwise have been available to the audience, or that had not been considered in the most appropriate light. Influence unleashes what Rene Rodriguez terms “voluntary energy”; they are pleased and delighted to be offered a better decision-making path. There is hard science behind the soft skills of influence. Influence is applied neuroscience. Neuroscience explains how and why humans resist change. It's a threat. The first reaction to any new information is often resistance. We don't like to question what we believe we know, or abandon the guidelines on which we've been operating, or change the heuristics we use. It's a common, shared trait. That's why influence is the “how” of leadership: influencing behavior change when the natural response is to resist it. It's also the goal of marketing, teaching, managing, selling, and communicating. It pays to learn a little bit about neuroscience for each of these actions. The power to influence can be amplified by using three techniques. As with any business tool, there are techniques that can be perfected to improve the performance in use. Rene highlighted three: Sequencing: The brain processes information in certain sequences. First, it looks for threats (like “change” or “new ideas”) in order to sort between danger and safety. If it perceives a threat, it shuts down – no influential communication will get through, Next it seeks value – feelings of being valued, being engaged, being inspired. The right sequence of message delivery starts with a communication of positive value (so that the brain can believe it is in a safe place), followed by communication of caring, active engagement and inspiration. Framing: people perceive their own reality through their own framing. If your frame of reference for pizza is high calories, excessive cheesy fat and too many carbohydrates, it doesn't matter how delicious the pizza recipe Pizza Hut presents to you, you are going to be unreceptive. In the battle for attention and shared meaning, an influencer must set and claim the frame in advance of any message presentation. Communicators and innovators practice framing and reframing to improve their skills. For example, creative innovators always create the frame of solving a problem for others, requiring them to see the problem as others see it and experience it, and enabling the future communication of the solution as a relief of unease or removal of dissatisfaction or discomfort. Framing is based on empathy - seeing from others' perspectives and aligning with their values. That's why the Economics For Business value proposition design tool starts from “Who is the customer?” and “What is their need?”. The tie-down: There needs to be a close. Our target audience's brains are flooded with information from all directions at all times. We need to make our message stick. The tie-down is a tool to make sure the audience has the chance to understand what our information will mean to them, what value it can add to their lives, and how it will help them achieve their goals. To ensure execution of the tie-down, Rene recommends that we all have an Influence Objective in mind: the specific action, thought or behavior we are aiming to influence. The tie-down is often a summary or emphasis of benefits, or a powerful takeaway or a “magic phrase”. It ties down our message in the audience's brain. The art of influence lies in storytelling. Brain scans show that when we are caught up in a story told by a skilled storyteller, we stop daydreaming and become fully present. We become focused. We narrow our attention to what the storyteller is saying. There's a response in positive brain chemistry, as well as empathy and trust — a neural coupling between the storyteller and the audience. Stories help us organize data, discern value, and make better decisions. Influencers work hard at becoming good storytellers. Rene left us with a 10-step guide, which we provide as a free pdf. Additional Resources Amplify Your Influence: Transform How You Communicate and Lead by Rene Rodriguez: Mises.org/E4B_173_Book "10 Steps to Amplify Your Influence" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_173_PDF

Canary Cry News Talk
GREEN GODDESS QUEEN

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 236:08


Canary Cry News Talk #493 - 06.06.2022 GREEN GODDESS QUEEN Apocalyptic Russian Horsemen, Wormwood, WEF Wreck LINKTREE: CanaryCry.Party SHOW NOTES: CanaryCryNewsTalk.com CLIP CHANNEL: CanaryCry.Tube SUPPLY DROP: CanaryCrySupplyDrop.com SUPPORT: CanaryCryRadio.com/Support MEET UPS: CanaryCryMeetUps.com Basil's other podcast: ravel Gonz' New Youtube: Facelikethesun Resurrection Gonz' Video Archive: Facelikethesun.Live App Made by Canary Cry Producer: Truther Dating App   LEAD 5:19 V / 2:48 P  UKRAINE/RUSSIA Precurser - Biden says he wont send rockets to ukraine US to send Ukraine Advanced Rockets; Kyiv promises not to shoot them into Russia (DefenseOne) Russia Says the “horsemen of the apocalypse are one their way” will strike the west. Ukraine backtracks on promise to US (RT) →UK sends the same rockets after putin threat → Putin's Nukes will be stopped by Aliens, Uri Geller (Bharate Express) US OFFENSIVE cyber attacks on Russia (CNN) *Putin could spark ‘Territorial-free-for-all' in Antarctica (Express UK) INTRO (M-W-F) 35:57 V / 33:26 P B&G Update, V4V/Exec./Asso./Support   FLIPPY 44:43 V / 42:12 P Daleks among Jubilee pageant (Indy100) → Clip from Producer Jason at Automate 2020   [Party Pitch/Ravel/CCClips/text alerts]  55:12 V / 52:41 P   BEAST SYSTEM  58:11 V / 55:40 P Clip: Holographic queen golden carriage Clip: Queen on balcony, in green Rabbit Hole: Green in mythology/Revelation [Absinthe, Crowley, Wormwood]    BBB/NEW WORLD ORDER  1:16:42 V / 1:14:11 P Clip: WEF: Brian T. Moynihan on ESG Clip: WEF: François Villeroy de Galhau on crypto regulation, applauds China → The meaning of Bilderberg meeting 2022 (Guardian)   [TREASURE/SPEAKPIPE/BYE YOUTUBE]  1:46:35 V / 1:44:04 P   PROPAGANDA/SHILLZILLA/chris licht 2:23:34 V / 2:21:03 P New CNN boss message to staffers, Cool it with Breaking News banner (NYT)   COVID/WACCINE  2:46:56 V / 2:44:25 P Judicial Watch Uncovers Dozens of Records of Illegal Molecular Research Reported to NIH (Judicial Watch)    MONKEYPOX 2:56:48 V / 2:54:17 P CDC sending monkeypox jabs to people at high risk to prevent spread (CNBC)   PANDEMIC SPECIAL 3:01:20 V / 2:58:49 P The Growing Threat Of Tick-Borne Disease Part I: Powassan Virus (Forbes)  The Growing Threat Of Tick-Borne Disease Part II: Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (Forbes)    [TALENT]  3:04:09 V / 3:01:38 P   ALIENS  3:19:48 V /3:17:17 P Aliens Created our universe in a Lab, Scientist Suggests (Esquire)   ANTARCTICA  3:26:50 V / 3:24:19 P 4 women in charge of only radio station in Antarctica (Zyri)   [TIME/OUTRO]  3:39:38 V / 3:37:07 P   EPISODE 493 WAS PRODUCED BY… Executive Producers Anonymous** LIBERTYB4AUTHORITY**   Supply Drop Alana L    Producers Raoul S, Pocojo33, MORV, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, LX Protocol V2, Darrin S, Veronica D, Gail M, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Sir Casey the Shield Knight, Sir James Knight and Servant of the Lion of Judah, Jackie U, Jonathan F, Runksmash, Benjamin S, Joey   AUDIO PRODUCTION (Jingles, Iso, Music): Jonathan F, Psalm40    ART PRODUCTION (Drawing, Painting, Graphics): Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation, Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia   CONTENT PRODUCTION (Microfiction etc.): Runksmash: Basil comes in from exercising his animals and removes his newly sequined padded suit; the emus and rooster should be tired enough now that he can review the news in peace, and prepare for another episode of the world's foremost news analysis show.   The Sentinel: Basil leans forward to increase his speed, only the first 20 competitors to complete 30 full laps will move on to the next round. He's at the front of the pack, but right behind him are a group of Alpha-Bois determined to trip him up. Basil weaves in between innocent competitors, the Alpha-Bois are not as kind. WHAM. THUD. BANG. Basil can hear the Alpha-Bois shoving people to the ground, and he knows that getting back on their feet costs them valuable time if they hope to move on to the next round. He must eliminate some Alpha-Bois if he wants to have any chance in the future rounds. Basil breathes in, then cuts his feet to the right, his roller blades scrape against the rink as he turns 180 to face his enemies. As the first Alpha-Boi reaches out for him, Basil drops his shoulder into the man's gut and then flips him over his back. SLAM. The Alpha-Boi falls flat on the rink. The crowd gives a large “OOOOO” Basil turns to continue his laps, the Alpha-Boi does not get up.    CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin, Epsilon   Timestamps: Mondays: Jackie U Wednesdays: Jade Bouncerson Fridays: Christine C   ADDITIONAL STORIES: → UCLA alien expert, they're ‘hiding on Dyson sphere' (The Sun) → Clip: Three orb UFO filmed in Florida, classic style sighting (TikTok) …more Flippy Researcher says AI invented its own language (Futurism) Suspect who allegedly killed retired judge had hit list (ABC News) Beast Fashion (Indy UK) Arizona woman admit to ballot collection scheme (The Hill) Paul Pelosi accused of molesting child (National) Elon vs Gates heats up (FOX) → Forbes has just started recently a series on diseases from ticks  What to know, Powassan virus, a tick-borne disease that cause fatal brain infection (Insider)  → Gene Editing on Ticks Promises Insights Into Disease Prevention (US News)  Prevent Tick-Borne Diseases as Summer Approaches (NYC Health)  Study reveals how deadly tick disease spreads (PhyOrg)  Upstate tick expert predicts huge season for ticks (Upstate)  VA, DC At High Risk In 2022 Tick Season: How To Prevent Illnesses (Patch)  DHHR Urges Residents to Take Steps to Prevent Tickborne Diseases (W.Va Dept. of Health)  Pizza Hut chain sparks outrage and national boycott after its children's' book club features a story about a young boy in DRAG (DailyMail)  Police break up HK memorial to mark 33rd anniversary of Tiananmen massacre (DailyMail)  Pro-Transhumanist article (Guardian) …other headlines from Ukraine/Russia American spy agencies review their misses on Ukraine Russia (ABC) → Russian missiles barrage Kyiv, ending month long sense of calm (Times of Israel) → Putin could spark ‘Territorial-free-for-all' in Antarctica (Express UK) → US to continue support for Ukraine (Yahoo) Two Basque scientists go hunt for Antarctic Superplants (Indo NY) China blocks effort to protect Emperor Penguins (DRGnews) Vertical energy storage systems, gravity battery (New Atlas)

JuJu2Cast AudioCast
JuJu2Cast Audiocast #454 Where's My PizzaHut?

JuJu2Cast AudioCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


 • Long talks again from the state of our nation to working of the idiots, plus other fun................ENJOY!!!(No Regular Podcasts The Following Week Only a NEW GamezAttack Audiocast Special (Weekend of the 12th of June)>> Hosted By: Mr. Mike Visit on Twitch.tv/JuJu2Cast - Live Friday's at 8PM ESTMusic Used: Theme: JuJu2Cast Theme: NEW!! How's It Supposed to Feel (REMIX) - NEFFEX & Mr. Mike  BONUS OPENING: Format: MP3Bitrate: 128 Kbps STEREOLength: 2:38:20Listen:

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 1 - Man in the classroom

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 37:53


What's Trending: Seattle principal stonewalled police who responded to a call about a man who hopped the school's fence and got into a classroom, and Pizza Hut features 'drag kids' book for children as young as kindergarten.  An update on the OIS in Kent.  A former Glee star gets booted from SYTYCD.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cult Podcast
Ep. 226 7M Films Pt 2: The Combination Taco Bell & Church of Pizza Hut (ft. Kyle Anderson)

Cult Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 80:41


We're back with the finale to our mini-series on 7M Films. This is the one where we get into the nitty gritty, but it's still a blast. Join us as Kyle takes Paige and Mando through a weird combination church and dance studio.   Make sure to check out KyleAndersonComedy on YouTube for more of his stuff! Or check out his podcast, Development Hell, for stories about projects that struggled to get going. Follow him on Instagram at @KyleAndersonComedy

The Rubin Report
Protesters Target Dave Rubin & Ron DeSantis Speaking Event

The Rubin Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 37:56


Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about his speaking event with Ron DeSantis, Joe Biden lying about the economy, the mainstream media turning on Biden, and Tiffany Cross spreading midterm election conspiracies. First, Dave shares highlights from his event with Ron DeSantis. Then, Joe Biden is now resorting to lying about how amazing the economy is. According to his info, inflation isn't fueling a cost-of-living crisis. Meanwhile, George Stephanopoulos grills Pete Buttigieg about how Biden's energy policies have failed to protect Americans from gas prices doubling. Finally, Pizza Hut has decided to promote drag queens to little kids, and Jake Tapper can't hide his sadness at the latest Biden approval ratings. Today's Sponsors: Reliefband - Don't let nausea ruin your life! Go to https://www.reliefband.com/ And use PROMO CODE: RUBIN to get 20% off plus free shipping as well as a 30-day money back guarantee. Real Estate Agents I Trust - Don't make buying or selling a home more stressful than it needs to be. Find the best real estate agents in your area. Go to https://realestateagentsitrust.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RAD Radio
06.06.22 RAD 04 Conservatives Cancelling Pizza Hut

RAD Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 11:42


Conservatives Cancelling Pizza HutSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST: 06.06.22 - Free Bus Fares in Springfield?

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 39:09


Hour 3 -  Good Monday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: A listener sent a photo in this morning from KY3. The photo shows two women wearing shirts that say "F*** your thoughts and prayers. Do something." With calls from a community group to slash the cost of bus fares in Springfield, City Utilities is conducting a comprehensive study on fare-free busing. Pizza Hut is facing fierce condemnation from conservatives and other social media critics for promoting a book about "drag kids" for its "Book It!" reading incentive program. Today marks the 78th anniversary of D-Day. College students and graduates say they are waiting for Biden to cancel student loan debt like he promised.

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!
Francis Sick!! Will He Retire? Close to Death?

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 119:59


Today on "Catholic Drive Time" Is Pope Francis dying? Retiring? Michael Hichborn talks Cardinals and the next conclave. At least 50 dead in attack on Catholic church in Nigeria Omaha Beach – 3000 casualties June 6, 1944 – 197 at Utah and 2500 paratroopers casualties. The Louisiana Senate on Friday voted to pass a bill that would ban the shipment of abortion-inducing drugs to expectant mothers within the state. Pizza Hut is promoting a book about “drag kids” in its reading incentive program aimed at children in pre-kindergarten through 3rd grade. Mr. Misster, a gay bar in Dallas, TX, drew massive protests Saturday when it put on an event called “Drag the Kids to Pride,” a drag show specifically aimed at children. National Gas price surges to $4.85/gallon on Sunday Michael Hitchborn – Leponto Inst. - Is Pope Francis dying? Retiring? What can we expect in the next conclave? Rumors of his health and now retirement What is the status of the Cardinals? What would the next conclave look like? Is the conclave an act of the Holy Ghost? Follow Catholic Drive Time on social media Official Social Media Account IG: @CatholicDriveTime Twitter: @CatholicDrive Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatholicDriv... YouTube: Catholic Drive Time Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast https://www.grnonline.com/ Listen in your car on your local GRN station - http://grnonline.com/stations/ Listen online at GRNonline.com Listen on your mobile with our GRN app (both IOS and Android) Listen on Facebook @GRNonline Listen on Twitter @GRNonline Listen on YouTube @GRNonline History of the GRN: Starting with absolutely nothing we placed our trust in the Lord and our Blessed Mother. By August of 1996, we were breaking ground for the construction of the Guadalupe Resource Center where our ministry has flourished. We now operate radio 37 stations that reach a potential listening audience of twenty million souls. The Guadalupe Radio Network is the largest EWTN affiliate in the USA. Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

The Joe Pags Show
Comic Relief Friday - June 3 Hr 1

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 43:21


We need a little comic relief lately, PAGS is asked to donate some of his earnings to an LGBTQ Organization on CAMEO, Pizza Hut asks children to celebrate DRAG QUEENS during their "Book It!" Program for month of June, Taco Bell has "Drag Brunch". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Joe Pags Show
Pizza Hut Slammed for Suggesting Drag Performer Book in Kids' Reading Club

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 113:04


It's Free Speech Friday!!! Don't miss former Mobster Michael Franzese as we talk about his new book Mafia Democracy and his thoughts on Ray Liotaa plus Simona Papadopoulos, Ukraine, Biden and much more.

The Daily Zeitgeist
Covid Zeit-teen 6/3: Super Nintendo World, Elon Musk, Christian Nationalism, Pizza Hut, Movie vs. Reality

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 17:57


In this edition of Covid Zeit-teen, Jack and super producer Becca discuss Super Nintendo World U.S., Elon Musks' "super bad feeling" about the economy, Marjorie Taylor Greene defending Christian Nationalism, a new PizzaGate, and sound effects that only exist in movies! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Place to Be Nation POP
”It Was a Thing on TV: Episodes 272, 273 & 274 - The Famous Teddy Z/Here's Boomer/The Noid

Place to Be Nation POP

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 225:20


This week, Greg cashes in his Money in the Bank and we meet a cute little dog while trying to get our pizzas in 30 minutes or less.   First, a very young Jon Cryer plays the titular character in this show, as someone who goes from working in a mail room to being a big-time agent as Greg plays his Money in the Bank for his birthday.   Next, NBC is on a slow rebound in 1980, after all the catastrophes we have talked about during 1979.  The powers that be decided imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, creating their own show similar to the Benji franchise from that era.  Here's Boomer was an anthology about a dog crossing the country, helping people in need.  While very family-friendly, the show didn't get enough eyes to see this show.   Finally, in the mid-80s, the pizza wars fueled up between primarily Pizza Hut and Domino's.  Pizza Hut had a successful campaign aimed at students, with the Book It! project.  Domino's promoted fast and hot delivery, and incorporated a Claymation spokesfiend named The Noid.   To keep track of us on our social media feeds visit our Linktree page at www.linktr.ee/itwasathingontv to give our feeds a follow.   Timestamps 1:06 - The Famous Teddy Z 1:37:45 - Computer Voice Lady Intro to Episode 273 1:38:17 - Here's Boomer 2:49:46 - Computer Voice Lady Intro to Episode 274 2:50:24 - The Noid

Queer RelationTips
#41: iAmResilient Series, Pt. 1: From Pizza Hut to the Obama Administration

Queer RelationTips

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 48:39


Join us for a special Pride month series on resiliency in the queer community! In this episode, host Isaac Archuleta sits down with his cousin, Jenny, who shares about her own experiences and resiliency as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community. We'll be releasing special episodes throughout the summer on pride, resiliency and the queer community. We're continuing this series in print form too, over on our iAmClinic blog, be sure to check it out! iAmClinic blog Find us on insta & FB: @lgbtq_therapy Or online at: www.iamclinic.org 

The Marty Smith Podcast on Outsider
Cold Milk & Cold Beer

The Marty Smith Podcast on Outsider

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 56:28


Marty and Wes find out why Travis' face is so red. Marty chats about his time spent at the Indy 500 that included mimosas at 9am and a fast exit on Sunday. Wes spent Memorial Day at the lake which leads the guys to chat about Pizza Hut & Dairy Queen. Plus, does F1 need to make a change to Monaco?

Growth Driven
Recession Proof Your Business

Growth Driven

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 22:39


Recession Proof Your Business https://gobuttonmarketing.blogspot.co...This Is Your Business Survival Guide To Help You Prosper During Economic Crises During a recession, your primitive lizard brain reacts, commanding the erroneous knee-jerk reaction to hunker down and wait out the storm. Do you know what people do when they panic? They end up saying dumb sh*t and overreacting. They sabotage what they're trying to resolve. Do you know what handles most panic? Being extremely prepared!Question: Are you prepared for the mother of all recessions? This business survival guide can help, if you apply what I teach within it.On the other side of the coin are those few entrepreneurial contrarians who view these dark times as golden opportunities for grabbing additional market share. They prepare rather than panic. They respond rather than react. Warren Buffett once said, “Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful.”Recessions are unlikely opportunities for massive growth. But only for the prepared ones who respond, not panic. Once you change your mindset about recessions, refusing to be sucked into the upsetting news and panic of the media pundits, you can rise above with a written strategy and thus take effective actions to survive, and yes, even thrive.History Teaches UsIn the 1920s, Post Cereals was the leader in their market. But when the Great Depression hit, the company reduced its marketing considerably.Meanwhile, its biggest rival, Kellogg's, doubled their advertising expenditure and quickly saw its profits boom by 30%!In fact, after overtaking the top position in the 1920s, Kellogg's is still the category leader one century later.Harvard graduate and Professor of Business & Marketing, Roland S. Vaile (1889-1970), tracked 200 companies through the recession of 1923. Roland reported that companies who continued to advertise during the crisis were 20% ahead of what they were before the recession. On the other hand, the companies that had reduced their marketing were still in the recession and were 7% behind where they were in 1920.Companies that continued to advertise during the 1923 recession ended up 20% ahead of where they were before the recession.During the 1990-1991 recession, McDonald's decided to reduce its marketing spending and promotion budget. Contrarily, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell took advantage of their reduced presence and focused their efforts to retain their own respective marketing activities.As a result, both the companies experienced higher sales, with Pizza Hut seeing a 61% increase, and Taco Bell a 40% raise. McDonald's saw its sales decline by 28%.Take Away: Recessions are unlikely opportunities for massive growth.