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“I was so poor growing up, I weaned myself and went out to pick a mango tree”.


On July 26, 2018, John Schnatter filed a lawsuit against Papa John's Pizza to give him access to the company's internal books and records after they fired him from the company after the teleconference call scandal. He describes the company's procedures as an "unexplained and heavy-handed way" to cut ties between him and the company that he founded. In addition to preventing him from accessing information, the corporation also implemented a poison pill strategy in order to limit Schnatter's chances of buying back a majority stake in the company.

Papa Jo Jones was the epitome of swing, from his very early days with the Count Basie band in the ’30s until he passed away in 1985. A true pioneer of jazz percussion his style, grace, and incredibly musical approach to drumming inspired other legends, including Buddy Rich, Louie Bellson, Max Roach and Kenny Clarke. He played in the Basie band from 1934 to 1948 and with Basie on piano, Freddie Green on guitar and Walter Page on bass, they became to be known as “The All American Rhythm Section” which set the standard for all such sections to follow. Jo Jones worked with Jazz At The Philharmonic, Illinois Jacquet, Duke Ellington, Lester Young, Billie Holiday, Teddy Wilson,Ella Fitzgerald, Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman, Ray Bryant, Milt Buckner, Coleman Hawkins, and his own trio and sextet. (Source: www.gretschdrums.com)


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On July 11, 2018, news outlets reported that during a conference call with Papa Johns' marketing agency Laundry Service, Schnatter had used the word "nigger" by saying "Colonel Sanders called blacks niggers and Sanders never faced public backlash." Schnatter said that referencing the quote by the KFC founder was meant to convey his dislike for racism. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


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