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How would you rate your experience with IHOP? Al and Jerry Lapin Date Founded: Burbank, California Number of Employees: The first location was in Burbank, California, across the street from what would become the longest standing restaurant.

In , the acronym IHOP is introduced in their marketing for the first time. While the main focus of the company is on breakfast, they also offer lunch, dinner, desserts, and appetizers.

Company headquarters are located in Glendale, California. What is the phone number for IHOP? The phone number for IHOP is My husband loves to eat at I-Hop. About 6 months ago I found the bacon crusted chicken. Today, I was told that I-Hop was going to discontinue making this. Again, I ask you to reconsider.

Please and thank you! A year ago I joined the birthday club. I printed out the gift voucher and when I went to the IHOP they refused to accept it because there was no bar code on it. So I had to stop in and see why. When I arrives there were two other customers waiting to be served and only one waitress seating, serving, and taking payments as the cashier. Coffee was slow to be served. Within 15 minutes about 10 other customers arrived and the waitress was quickly overwhelmed.

The dishwasher then comes out from the kitchen with a dirty apron on and began delivering food dishes to customers. Then, four customers seated in front of me got visible upset because of slow service got up and walked out. This is what I notice all within a 30 minute span. I am a business owner and would like to bring to your attention that you have a serious staffing issue or simply just poor management.

I would hate to see this business go because I know it could do better. The manager is beyond rude to the point of being insulting, even the waitress seemed embarrassed with his cursing. Good luck I hope this gets fixed before it goes out of business.

I Left Very Disappointed. It was fithly the floor had food all over it the booth table was sticky the coffee pot lid was broken and the salt shaker lid was full of syrup so all holes were clogged. Then we looked at my husbands coffee cup and it had choc smeared in the inside. I talk to the man who was sitting customers he did not take my name so that tells me he did not care.

I have pictures if you like to see them. I ordered a build your own omelet and the breakfast sampler add cheese to eggs, 2 bacon, 2 sausage, 2 ham, hash browns and 2 rooty tooty pancakes with strawberries. I picked up the order and it was all packaged so I left. I got home and discovered they forgot the ham, the sausage, and the strawberries…also no butter.

When I got there, the person in charge was only going to give me what was missing. He said they would, but what they did was only give me new pancakes.

They just tossed some shredded cheddar on top of my lukewarm eggs. Both meals were barely warm. Very terrible customer service. I grew up eating IHOP and over the years the quality of the food and the service has gone down, down, down!!!! I arrive at store st approximately To follow, we sat and watched one employee after another walk out the door ending their shift in total disregard for my family.

We were finally addressed by Ricky Forrest who arrived and was pleasant from the time he walked through the door. We finally are sitting at a table now… By the way its I am a frequent flyer of ihop and I always get a ham and cheddar omelette with extra cheddar with no cheese sauce.

However on this trip it was awful. She sat and watched me eat only half of where the actual cheddar was. We complained to the manager and she did not charge us however we heard laughter from the kitchen and the server never came back to help us. To make it worse the actual owner of this actual ihop was the one who was supposed to make it the third time. I visited the Ihop located at Highland Shoppes Dr.

She had no waitress skills. I asked for coffee, she left and returned to say she was brewing a fresh pot. I told her it was cinnamon and that I would pass on the coffee. After taking my food order, I had to wait an excessive amount of time at which she returned with pancakes with a big chuck of butter sitting in the middle of uncooked batter. Apparently she and the cook has ties because there is no way a cook or waitress would serve this type of food to a customer unless it is being done purposely.

When I visit any restaurant , I expect courteous service and if the food is not what I asked for I a expect the waitress or server to make corrections or give me other choices. I worked as a public servant for 35 years and the company would never tolerate conduct of this kind, nor would they accept their employees to present themselves before the public in a shabby unkept fashion, especially when serving food. I am so disappointed. I sent my complaint about chewed up gum on my burger and I was contacted quickly.

Not happy at all with this resolution. I would like to speak to someone at the next level. I can see why you are changing your name to iHOB. Went here for breakfast last Sat 16 June. I ordered the Breakfast sampler and wife ordered a short stack of buttermilk pancakes.

My pancakes came out so overdone you had to cut with a knife. Egg over medium both had solid yolks. The manager stated this was because they were having trouble adjusting temp of grill. Does not explain eggs though manager said they are not cooked on grill. I have never had such badly prepared food from one of your establishments before and hope to not have one in the future.

Think changing your name to iHOB was a bad idea. Should go back to making great pancakes. Tom wymer twymer hotmail. Will never eat at a ihop in cedar city Utah again husband got food poisoning. Will definantly tell everyone I know not to eat at ihop. I have been going to IHOP for over 50 years. I used to love going there for good food, good service and great menu choices. Now when I go to IHOP near my home have tried 3 locations the service is terrible, the menu sucks and now they want to push burgers.

Some Nerd in Corporate decides to change menu and leaves their signature breakfast item off the menu. I went their and was told they did not have International Omelette yet the trainer in the store says all you have to do is request it and they can make it. Went their Fathers Day requested it and was told no longer offered. Please go back and put it on menu.

I will not come back until it is. I have not been to Ihop for many years due to the same reasons that I experienced tonight!!!

Slidell Louisiana is the town I have recently relocated too. So I said that I would try my local Ihop. Server was pleasant, took our order then proceeded to take to kitchen, so far so good. And to beat it all the manager was just walking around the restaurant drinking a drink with his straw.

What has happening to the,excellent breakfast? Will it still be available? There are other ways to be funny — without violence, vulgarity, or harmful, careless actions. Who made the decision to glorify this type of behavior? The ending was shocking and disturbing. I would hate to see the ripple effect of those less mature or even more ignorant to try these sort of stunts at home.

Are you people crazy. I live in a town where the nearest IHOP is 60 miles away. Fortunately, my company goes to trade shows in the east coast 5 times a year.

But you might not be so lucky with others who like the notion of all-day breakfast dining and on those famous pancakes, French toast, waffles and eggs etc.

But I had to express both my opinion on the matter and the 5 people who go to the trade shows with me.

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So I went around from door to door to some of those poor old people, white and coloured. Consumption, then, they had a lot of it in this country. We went to Helena for our next jump. This is way back in around nineteen-eight. No, nothing like that, no. And you may as well take the, er, take the opportunity. And it only costs you one dollar a bottle. Of course, they were good-sized bottles. So, er, somehow or another we sold one of these bottles to a poor family and the child died.

So we caught the next train, see? So we got into Helena, and we had a few dollars. So I beat everybody around Helena, playing pool as a rule. He only had me to really help him get along, because he felt that I was pretty smart. Going up on the train, he had some kind of a fake pin on, in his lapel of his coat. Anyway, we got into Helena, Arkansas. We got there in the daytime. I could play pool almost as good left-handed as I could right. So they had a lot of stool pigeons around. I had on a blue suit.

And by wearing the same suit all the time, I guess it really had a bad odour, even. So a fellow marked chalk on my back.

That was to designate to the policemens that I was a stranger in town and I was a, a shark on the pool table. Monologue on saloons and piano players of Beale Street, Memphis — sp.

From Helena to Memphis. So pretty soon a policeman tapped me on the shoulders. A policeman was just another man to me in a sense, but I always knew that I had to respect superiority, and I respected him very much.

And I told him a little later down the line, I came from, er, from Jackson. It was, no doubt, the best boat on the river. Jack was supposed to know all about Memphis. A big lying dog, he never had been to Memphis before. We got into Memphis, all right. After I was in Memphis, and safe and sound on the shores of Memphis, Tennessee, I decided to go to this Beale Street that I had heard a lot of talk about. I first enquired, was there any piano players in the city?

And they told me, absolutely the best in the whole of state of Tennessee was here. At that time there was. At that time they had a very tough character — coloured fellow, ran a saloon there — by the name of Hammitt Ashford. He later killed somebody and had to leave the town. He was a coloured fellow. The Monarch saloon was ran by a white fellow by the name of Mike Haggarty. He was the tough guy of Memphis, Tennessee. So about the third day I was there, they had a fellow that ran the game — a dice game — by the name of Bad Sam.

Monologue on Bad Sam and Benny Frenchy — sp. The Monarch Saloon and Benny Frenchy. They had a piano right in the saloon. They had a piano right into the saloon. Upstairs, they had a dance hall that went maybe once or twice a week.

Tell us about some of those guys, Jelly. I wanna tell you first about, er, Bad Sam and that bunch. So every time it seems like Benny Frenchy had certain dates to come at the saloon. And when he would come into the Monarch saloon, that would be a natural drawing card. It never really had a name to it. I had never seen it before or since. How was he playing, Jelly? I never heard such as. Why the fella never spoke to me after I got through playing. I never heard anything as bad as that guy.

Will you get up and let him try his hand, see what he can do? It kinda add a little fear. It was known that he was. And he had Mike Haggarty backing him up, that owned the Monarch saloon with plenty of money. Barricaded with steel and iron to keep policemens out. And Bad Sam would be back there with his two pistols. And he was a powerful man. I just lose a bet around here, maybe a hundred and some dollars, and I told you about that chicken. He walked from behind, then I actually seen him do it.

He drew back his right hand and hit that man on the jaw and broke his jawbone. His jawbone came through his flesh. And I actually seen that. So, er, I got out and played anyway, against Benny Frenchy. And in, in the meantime they had, a, a tune out, along that time — a sentimental tune — and I could sing pretty good at those days. Of course I never was a great singer, but I could do much better than I can now.

I brought the house down with that thing there. I brought it down. Make Me a Pallet on the Floor. This one of, this was one the early blues that was in New Orleans, I guess many years before I was born.

A pallet is something, er, er, that I can define in New Orleans. So you say to your guests. CAH January 9, They need to let him out to see how long it takes him to go for a trifecta with a domestic violence or bad check writing charge. And no, he is not representative of the state of Ms, which I love and regard as a pretty well-kept secret.

Matt January 9, Mike January 9, 3: Megan April 11, 9: Mae June 30, 9: I grew up in Yazoo County with Josh and the rest of our friends. He did everything in his power to see and support them. This guy will literally give you the shirt off his back! He is also still a great guy! Dallas February 7, 2: Its just a show I think everyone needs to calm down because you cant always believe this it might not be true.

If people are this stupid to believe that southerns really act like this. Ex-pat February 25, 4: I grew up in Georgia. I watch this show because I find it more true to life than most here want to admit. I left the south long ago, not because of this behavior, but because of conflicting ideologies. Lets all take notice that when the cast goes to tractor pulls or mud races that they are not the only ones there.

The places are packed. I can certainly admit that there are exceptional people in the southeast, but by and large the populace leans more toward this show than away from it. Debra March 11, God people grow up give it a break.. Brenda Wilson April 25, Brandie Coates May 20, McVeigh was introduced to firearms by his grandfather. He told people he wanted to be a gun shop owner and sometimes took firearms to school to impress his classmates.

McVeigh became intensely interested in gun rights , as well as the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution , after he graduated from high school, and read magazines such as Soldier of Fortune. In May , at the age of 20, McVeigh graduated from the U.

He was a top-scoring gunner with the 25mm cannon of the Bradley Fighting Vehicles used by his 1st Infantry Division and was eventually promoted to sergeant.

Speaking of his experience in Kuwait in an interview before his execution, documented in McVeigh's authorized biography American Terrorist: He said he was later shocked to be ordered to execute surrendering prisoners and to see carnage on the road leaving Kuwait City after U. After returning from the Gulf War , he entered the selection program, but washed out on the second day of the day assessment and selection course for the Special Forces.

McVeigh decided to leave the Army and was honorably discharged in Taxes are a joke. Regardless of what a political candidate "promises," they will increase. More taxes are always the answer to government mismanagement. Taxes are reaching cataclysmic levels, with no slowdown in sight. Do we have to shed blood to reform the current system?

I hope it doesn't come to that. McVeigh also wrote to Representative John J. LaFalce D New York , [23] complaining about the arrest of a woman for carrying mace:. It is a lie if we tell ourselves that the police can protect us everywhere at all times.

Firearms restrictions are bad enough, but now a woman can't even carry Mace in her purse? While visiting friends in Decker, Michigan , McVeigh reportedly complained that the Army had implanted a microchip into his buttocks so that the government could keep track of him.

He sought romance, but his advances were rejected by a co-worker and he felt nervous around women. He believed that he brought too much pain to his loved ones. He then began looking for a state without heavy government regulation or high taxes.

He wrote an angry letter to the government inviting them to:. Go ahead, take everything I own; take my dignity. Feel good as you grow fat and rich at my expense; sucking my tax dollars and property. McVeigh introduced his sister to anti-government literature, but his father had little interest in these views.

He moved out of his father's house and into an apartment that had no telephone, which had the advantage of making it impossible for his employer to contact him for overtime assignments. He also quit the NRA, viewing its stance on gun rights as too weak. In , he drove to Waco, Texas during the Waco siege to show his support. At the scene, he distributed pro- gun rights literature and bumper stickers, which read things such as "When guns are outlawed, I will become an outlaw.

The government is afraid of the guns people have because they have to have control of the people at all times. Once you take away the guns, you can do anything to the people.

You give them an inch and they take a mile. I believe we are slowly turning into a socialist government. The government is continually growing bigger and more powerful, and the people need to prepare to defend themselves against government control. For the five months following the Waco siege, McVeigh worked at gun shows and handed out free cards printed up with Lon Horiuchi 's name and address, "in the hope that somebody in the Patriot movement would assassinate the sharpshooter.

He wrote hate mail to the sniper, suggesting that "what goes around, comes around". McVeigh later considered putting aside his plan to target the Murrah Building to target Horiuchi or a member of his family instead.

McVeigh became a fixture on the gun show circuit, traveling to forty states and visiting about eighty gun shows. McVeigh found that the further west he went, the more anti-government sentiment he encountered, at least until he got to what he called "The People's Socialist Republic of California.

In the gun show culture, McVeigh found a home. Though he remained skeptical of some of the most extreme ideas being bandied around, he liked talking to people there about the United Nations , the federal government, and possible threats to American liberty. McVeigh had a road atlas with hand-drawn designations of the most likely places for nuclear attacks and considered buying property in Seligman, Arizona , which he determined to be in a "nuclear-free zone.

McVeigh experimented with cannabis and methamphetamine after first researching their effects in an encyclopedia. In between watching coverage of the Waco siege on TV, Nichols and his brother began teaching McVeigh how to make explosives out of readily available materials; specifically, they combined household chemicals in plastic jugs. The destruction of the Waco compound enraged McVeigh and convinced him that it was time to take action. The government's use of CS gas on women and children angered McVeigh; he had been exposed to the gas as part of his military training and was familiar with its effects.

The disappearance of certain evidence, [35] such as the bullet-riddled steel-reinforced front door to the complex, led him to suspect a cover-up. McVeigh's anti-government rhetoric became more radical.

The government also imposed new firearms restrictions in that McVeigh believed threatened his livelihood.

McVeigh dissociated himself from his boyhood friend Steve Hodge by sending him a page farewell letter. He proclaimed his devotion to the United States Declaration of Independence , explaining in detail what each sentence meant to him. It also stands to reason that anyone who sympathizes with the enemy or gives aid or comfort to said enemy is likewise guilty.

I have sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic and I will. And I will because not only did I swear to, but I believe in what it stands for in every bit of my heart, soul and being. I know in my heart that I am right in my struggle, Steve. I have come to peace with myself, my God and my cause. Blood will flow in the streets, Steve. Pray it is not your blood, my friend. McVeigh felt the need to personally reconnoiter sites of rumored conspiracies.

He visited Area 51 in order to defy government restrictions on photography and went to Gulfport, Mississippi to determine the veracity of rumors about United Nations operations. These turned out to be false; the Russian vehicles on the site were being configured for use in U. Around this time, McVeigh and Nichols also began making bulk purchases of ammonium nitrate , an agricultural fertilizer , for resale to survivalists, since rumors were circulating that the government was preparing to ban it.

McVeigh told Fortier of his plans to blow up a federal building, but Fortier declined to participate. Fortier also told his wife about the plans. ATF, all you tyrannical people will swing in the wind one day for your treasonous actions against the Constitution of the United States.

Remember the Nuremberg War Trials. What I'm asking you to do, then, is sit back and be honest with yourself. Would you back out at the last minute to care for the family? In short, I'm not looking for talkers, I'm looking for fighters And if you are a fed, think twice.

Think twice about the Constitution you are supposedly enforcing isn't "enforcing freedom" an oxymoron? McVeigh began announcing that he had progressed from the "propaganda" phase to the "action" phase. He wrote to his Michigan friend Gwenda Strider, "I have certain other 'militant' talents that are in short supply and greatly demanded.

McVeigh later said he considered "a campaign of individual assassination," with "eligible" targets including Attorney General Janet Reno , Judge Walter S. After the bombing, he was ambivalent about his act; as he expressed in letters to his hometown newspaper, he sometimes wished he had carried out a series of assassinations against police and government officials instead.

Murrah Federal Building just as its offices opened for the day. Before arriving, he stopped to light a two-minute fuse. It killed people, including nineteen children in the day care center on the second floor, and injured others. McVeigh said that he had no knowledge that the federal offices ran a daycare center on the second floor of the building, and that he might have chosen a different target if he had known about it. To these people in Oklahoma who have lost a loved one, I'm sorry but it happens every day.

You're not the first mother to lose a kid, or the first grandparent to lose a grandson or a granddaughter. It happens every day, somewhere in the world. I'm not going to go into that courtroom, curl into a fetal ball and cry just because the victims want me to do that. During an interview with Ed Bradley for television news magazine 60 Minutes in , Bradley asked McVeigh for his reaction to the deaths of the nineteen children. I thought it was terrible that there were children in the building.

More than 12, volunteers and rescue workers took part in the rescue, recovery and support operations following the bombing. In reference to theories that he had assistance from others, McVeigh quoted a well known line from the film A Few Good Men , "You can't handle the truth! Workers at the agency assisted an FBI artist in creating a sketch of the renter, who had used the alias "Robert Kling".

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