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We are meeting with Matt Bailey, vice president of operations for "The Original" Kono Pizza. The "Original" Kono rocked the country when it introduced pizza cones in the United States, solving the problem of eating a slice without a gooey, drippy mess. The cones, with their cutting-edge 3D crust, feature the first and only seamless bread product that can be held and eaten in one hand without spilling or dripping any of the grease or sauce. The cones are customized with whatever ingredients you desire before they're baked in the brand's proprietary pizza oven.
TONIGHT… It’s a huge honor for me to have as our guest one of the greatest and strongest athletes the world has ever known. A man who is truly the best all around Iron Game athlete in the history of Physical Culture … the legendary Tommy Kono.
In his day, Tommy was the best in the world in both Olympic Lifting and Bodybuilding. During the 1950's, from the time he won his first Gold Medal in the Olympics in 1952, Tommy was invincible. He was undefeated internationally for 8 years until the 1960 Olympic Games, where he took a Silver Medal. He set a total of 26 world records in 4 weight classes. This feat has never been matched by any other weightlifter.
During this same period Tommy dominated bodybuilding as well, winning the Mr. World competition in 1954, and Mr. Universe titles in 1955, 1957 and in 1961.
He was also an Olympic Weightlifting Coach for the USA, as well as West Germany and Mexico too.
In addition to being a great champion, Tommy is one of the nicest, most humble and classiest gentlemen you will ever Find. Be sure to get Tommy’s two great books: *** WEIGHTLIFTING OLYMPIC STYLE, and CHAMPIONSHIP WEIGHTLIFTING at Tommy's website: TommyKono.com Tommy, its an honor to speak with you again and welcome to Natural Strength Night.
A former journalist, folksinger and attorney, Jeffery Deaver is an international number-one bestselling author. His novels have appeared on bestseller lists around the world, including the New York Times, the Times of London, Italy’s Corriere della Sera, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Los Angeles Times. His books are sold in 150 countries and have been translated into over twenty-five languages.
The author of thirty-two novels, three collections of short stories and a nonfiction law book, he’s received or been shortlisted for a number of awards around the world. His The Bodies Left Behind was named Novel of the Year by the International Thriller Writers Association, and his Lincoln Rhyme thriller The Broken Window and a stand-alone, Edge, were also nominated for that prize. He has been awarded the Steel Dagger and the Short Story Dagger from the British Crime Writers’ Association and the Nero Wolfe Award, and he is a three-time recipient of the Ellery Queen Readers Award for Best Short Story of the Year and a winner of the British Thumping Good Read Award. The Cold Moon was named the Book of the Year by the Mystery Writers Association of Japan, as well as by Kono Mystery Wa Sugoi magazine.
We are meeting with Matt Bailey, vice president of operations for “The Original” Kono Pizza. The “Original” Kono rocked the country when it introduced pizza cones in the United States, solving the problem of eating a slice without a gooey, drippy mess. The cones, with their cutting-edge 3D crust, feature the first and only seamless bread product that can be held and eaten in one hand without spilling or dripping any of the grease or sauce. The cones are customized with whatever ingredients you desire before they’re baked in the brand’s proprietary pizza oven.
Now, the Kono innovators announced that in addition to traditional storefronts, they are introducing mobile carts, kiosks and an in-line store designed for high-traffic venues, such as malls, airports and stadiums. The first kiosk will open this month in the Florida Mall in Orlando, with several more scheduled to debut in malls across North Carolina, Iowa, New Jersey, New York and California
Johnny Rock was born in Jacksonville Florida. He grew up in New Orleans La where he became a stand up comedian at the age of 18 years old. In 1984 he was a finalist in Showtimes "Funniest Person in America" competition. In 1988 he began working in radio (KONO AM-FM) while living in San Antonio, TX where he also owned and operated an Elvis museum. In 2005 he returned to New Orleans and began his acting career. He has since appeared in over 30 films and still rocking.
Professor MOmOh started his long journey towards understanding the Universe in Sierra Leone, West AfRAka, where he was born.
This journey started after he returned from South Wales, UK, where Professor MOmOh, then John Suaray, studied mining engineering. As a mining engineer, working the evening and night shifts in Yengema, the Kono District of Sierra Leone, he would stand observing the Stars for hours, tracking their movements. This is just as his Great, Great, Great Grandfather, who was a High Priest and Professor teaching the sciences of the Universe at The Universities of Timbuktu, in Mali, in the late 1600s, did.
Professor MOmOh’s astonishing gift for connecting the physical and the mental universes, supported by his advanced knowledge in Cosmogony, allows him to pinpoint the causes of different behavioral problems and where their solutions lie. For instance, can the problem of addiction be overcome through the understanding of the force fields of the mind? Can the problems of repeat criminal behavior be overcome by re-coloring the optic experiences of the brain? These and many studies of human thinking are where Professor MOmOh has tremendously advanced the knowledge and understanding of cause-effect theory to make investigating human behavior simple, less time-consuming and less expensive.