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Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Police are investigating a possible case of road range. It happened last night inside the third street tunnel. They got a call to go to the 600 block of east street southwest around 9 last night when they got there, they found a woman who had been shot in the leg. They say the shooting occurred in the southern portion of the tunnel, but the woman drove to the address where police were told where to go. Police are stepping up drunken driving patrols for the holiday season, the region actually fares pretty well when it comes to people making good decisions when they get behind the wheel. When ranked along with states, D.C. has the fewest drunk drivers, according to an analysis by Forbes adviser, it found that the district has some of the lowest rates in the nation of drunk driving crashes, DUI arrests, and people killed in drunk driving accidents. Maryland ranks number 8 in terms of having the fewest drunk drivers, Virginia is the 18th best. States with the most drunk drivers are Montana, Wyoming, Texas, North Dakota, and South Dakota. John Aaron WTO P news. Giving Tuesday is coming up, one D.C. nonprofit that helps kids with disabilities could use your help and it wants you to know they have a new name. We were originally dreams for kids D.C., founded in 2009. But they've rebranded to sow kids soar, executive director Glenda Smith says they've also made a few program changes. What we've really done is transformed our programming to help youth with disabilities through, not just the childhood years, but also through their transition to adulthood. They offer everything from hockey and basketball clinics with the capitals and

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Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:28 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dakota" discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Here in just a moment. Please looking for vandals who defaced the statue of Abraham Lincoln, the statue in the city's edgewater neighborhoods, splash of the red paint on Thanksgiving Day with the words colonizer written below it. The vandals also reportedly wrote Dakota 38 in apparent reference to 38 Dakota Sioux tribe members who were executed on Lincoln's order following the U.S. Dakota war of 1862. This was the second time a constituent vandalized in the Chicago area. The essential of the former president also to face with

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | Last week

The Power of State Legislatures

"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.

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When Do the Polls Close?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

When Do the Polls Close?

"I'll just tell you right now just in case you're thinking about voting and you haven't started yet, the polls are going to close and this is the polls that are closing on your time zone. So at 6 p.m., which is already occurred, we see Indiana, pose closing, and also Kentucky's poll closing. At 7 p.m., Arizona time. We'll see or at least your time based on the state that I say. So just know that I say 7 p.m., it is your time on your time zone. So at 7 p.m. in Alabama, this pose is going to close Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas Mississippi, let's see Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming. All right, those are the polls are going to close at that time at your time zone.

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The Left Media Never Cared About Violent Attacks on Conservatives

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

The Left Media Never Cared About Violent Attacks on Conservatives

"The past several months now. We have been bringing you stories of conservatives of Republicans, pro lifers who have literally been under assault. So we've been telling you about the church as well over a hundred churches that have been firebombed and vandalized in the aftermath of the roe V wade decision. We've been telling you stories about the pro life lady who was shot in her arm, the elderly woman. We told you about the teenager in the dakotas, who was literally killed. He was run down in the streets because of his conservative beliefs, and none of these stories have made national news headlines. None of these stories have generated outrage in the mainstream media. None of these stories has caused the Democrats to rise up and denounce the violence within their midst. Not once, has that happened. Not once. Going back to senator Rand Paul, who was nearly beaten to death in his yard. Senator Paul, who is still suffering medical issues as a result of that beating and yet he was mocked and ridiculed and quite frankly his attacker was celebrated. Celebrated for nearly beating a Republican lawmaker to death. Then we look at what happened with congressman Steve scalise and what quite frankly could have been a massacre. When a Bernie Sanders supporter opened fire at the baseball practice, that was that featured a number of Republican lawmakers. Congressman Steve scalise nearly lost his life. He was gunned down. Others were gunned down as well. It could have been a massacre. And yet that story did not generate massive outrage.

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Bucks use lopsided run after Nash ejected, beat Nets 110-99

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Bucks use lopsided run after Nash ejected, beat Nets 110-99

"Yanis Santo Dakota powered the bucks back from a 12 point halftime deficit to beat the nets one ten 99 Auditor Cooper erupted after a quiet beginning of the game he had 34 of his 43 in the second half The first half was good for me It was good for the team but I wanted personally the team wanted to have a better second half and we were able to go out there and do it Out of the kupo was on fire mostly from short range missed just two of his 15 shots in the second half as the buck stayed unbeaten at three and Kevin Durant had 33 for the nets who are one in three Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Feds: Theft of frozen beef in Nebraska uncovers crime ring

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Feds: Theft of frozen beef in Nebraska uncovers crime ring

"That of frozen beef and Nebraska helps uncover a crime ring Federal authorities say an investigation into the theft of summer of several Timmy trailers loaded with frozen beef from Nebraska has led to arrests and uncovered a multi-million dollar theft ring targeting meatpacking plants in 6 Midwestern states The discovery of the Miami based stepped ring began in June when several semi trailers loaded with nearly $1 million in frozen beef were stolen in Nebraska and investigation determined that beef and pork packing plants in Nebraska Iowa Minnesota South Dakota North Dakota and Wisconsin were being targeted charging documents say federal investigators used phone records and GPS tracking devices on trucks being driven by the three men to place them in and around meat packing plants where trailers of meat products were stolen I'm Lisa dwyer

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Steel City, Real Gritty

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:21 min | Last month

Steel City, Real Gritty

"Those of you who don't know Pennsylvania, geographically, Philadelphia is in the far east. And Pennsylvania is in the far west of the state. Very close to Ohio, and of course Philadelphia is very close to New Jersey. And you have a different world, it is truly like every other state or not every other state. They may, I don't know if there are two North Dakota's, although there might be maybe this Fargo in the rest of the state. But anyway, like most states, there are two states in Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia state, and the Pittsburgh state. I might add that on a personal level. I put Pittsburgh. That was not my first time here. But these are all obviously. Brief stays that have formed my opinion. But I have been to so many places, so many times that I do get a sense. I think I do get a sense of a place. I really like Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh is up there in quality cities. Like I felt often, for example, about Tampa.

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Audit hits N. Dakota on vaccine handling; agency disputes it

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Audit hits N. Dakota on vaccine handling; agency disputes it

"A state audit finds issues with vaccine handling in North Dakota Who heads virus response for North Dakota's Department of Health is disputing an audit released Tuesday The auditor's office says the department gave patients nearly 2000 doses of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine that had been stored at incorrect temperatures and nearly 13,000 doses of Pfizer vaccine with missing temperature data There is redundancy in the system problems with documentation were being corrected and that no non viable vaccines were given an auditor spokeswoman Emily Dahl says they aren't recommending revaccination they're simply reporting what they found I'm Jennifer King

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North Dakota Has Some of the Weakest Republicans in the Country

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | Last month

North Dakota Has Some of the Weakest Republicans in the Country

"From Jeremy. I was just listening to your piece on the Minnesota medical school. I work at Sanford health and Fargo North Dakota. And they refuse to recognize Columbus day and refer to it in woke terminology. I'll employees just got an email saying happening indigenous. They also support pride and all the leftist values. I'd love to see more attention brought to these big medical facilities that are practicing leftist values. More than medicine. Yeah, I mean, look, North Dakota has some of the weakest Republicans in the country. I have to say, it's been such a disappointment. It is the most, it is the greatest misalignment between phenomenal people, the people in North Dakota are awesome. I get so many emails from them. I love going to North Dakota. Oh, I just love it. And then the politicians are so crummy. They're so weak. They're so cowardly. They're so corrupt. It's just such a disappointment. You guys deserve so much better. In Arizona, we have Carrie Lake, Florida has Ron DeSantis. Yeah, I don't know about North Dakota.

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College football at 49? North Dakota lineman has right stuff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

College football at 49? North Dakota lineman has right stuff

"After nearly two decades in the army and National Guard ray Rochelle was working as a night shift mechanic at a sugar beat factory when he decided to enroll at the North Dakota college of science They have a football team I have not played ball in 30 years But followed a game I love sport and I just go out there and I give them my all Rochelle tried out and is a backup defensive lineman First day at pat practice I was very nervous Truly hanging trying to hang with young kids I was kind of afraid I was not going to measure up There's always that underlying fear Rochelle has held his own and earned the respect of his teammates including his coach Eric is endorphin I just told him I said I was kind of kind of uncharted territory right You're older than I am 5 games into the season Rochelle says he feels no pain on the field I'm Ed Donahue

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Doug Sits Down With Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:50 sec | Last month

Doug Sits Down With Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas

"Don't mind, take a minute or two and just sort of tell us about being born in North Dakota. You know, why not? You know, here we go. And just bring it up to where we're at now is sort of giving them a background of who you are. Yeah, so my dad was an air force B-52 pilot, so I was born in mine at North Dakota live there the first 5 years of my life. We moved to Florida for a couple of months where my dad trained to go to Vietnam. He was flying a smaller plane in Vietnam. And so then we moved to New York with my grandparents, while my dad was a Vietnam for a year and from there, North Carolina for a few years and then I mostly grew up in California. Escaped California moved Oklahoma and then when I had a choice, when I was 18, I moved to Texas and went to Baylor university and ultimately ended up at the University of Virginia law school and then back in Texas and married here in four children that all were born in the great state of Texas.

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Kelly Armstrong and Doug Discuss the Future of Criminal Justice

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:33 min | Last month

Kelly Armstrong and Doug Discuss the Future of Criminal Justice

"Then you have members of Senate member of Congress who use every example of a show that all we need to do is be locking up everybody and throwing away the key. And we know that that is just, frankly, just not a good idea either, because number one, it doesn't work. Number two, it costs more than we could ever have. And we're already the most incarcerated country in the world. And we're wanting to throw more at it. How do we break through on this though? How do we make the, this is the question is this bugging me? And because I'm working on another op-ed right now talking about this, but it's bugging me in the sense of that this whole idea of making the system better is being undermined by actually groups who have sought fault for this for years, but it went so far extreme that is shaping the narrative in the public is picking on it. How do we get back to a place where we can have this discussion? Well, I mean, so I used to say this when I practice law, really good lawyers became average lawyers because they didn't trust the juries. Good politicians become average politicians because they don't trust voters. Like I'm on a crack parody and sentencing Bill. I spent ten years as a public defender in North Dakota. Do you know how many crack cases I had? Exactly zero. Like zero. I never had one. And I go home and talk about this all the time. And I talked about this in rural conservative places. And you know what? When I'm done talking to them, it makes sense. I don't take a ton of heat, but they do care about if you're letting violent criminals out. And they do care about those types of things. And they do it. But I think, I mean, educating more people about it and being willing to do it, but the other answer to all of this is when really woke liberal policies pushed it pendulum so far the other way and attack police officers for doing their jobs and we elect prosecutors who don't want to prosecute violent criminals. It's really difficult to go back home and say, hey, this is the time to do this. But I will say this and I think this is important because of the fentanyl crisis and the opioid crisis that has come across this country far more people, rural urban, every socioeconomic status you can think of every race you can think of. There is hardly anybody who hasn't been touched by this crisis. This addiction. So it's easier to have the conversation about the things you and I care about. We're going to hold you accountable. We're going to get you treatment. We're going to show you some grace. And we're going to give you a second chance.

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Rep. Kelly Armstrong Shares the Latest on the Continuing Resolution

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

Rep. Kelly Armstrong Shares the Latest on the Continuing Resolution

"It should be the month in which your finalizing actual appropriations, actual plans, actual stuff. But as we've come to find out, this is, you know, and we experienced this, we even who we are majority is, we got a very broken appropriation system in D.C., and in a lot of reasons for that, but it needs to fix. A lot of stuff's being talked about now about adding on how far the CR continuing resolution is going to go. Give us a little bit of an update on what that looks like and how we can fit that in. Sure. I think right now, I mean, this week in D.C. is what I call a filler week. You understand what I mean. We're voting on suspensions. We're doing some of those things because the Democrats in the Senate are trying to negotiate whether they can get Joe Manchin's super secret top secret permitting Bill attached to it, and they've got 72 House progressives who said they aren't going to support it. Bernie has already come out against it. And at the same time, you're trying to negotiate whether the CR will run until December or potentially till January. So my guess is the permitting stuff will end up off the bill. I don't know how they get there. They're not getting a lot of sympathy from Republicans on the Senate side, permitting is something I actually know a little bit about, considering North Dakota and the oil and gas in the shale boom. I don't think any Republicans have been brought into the conversation on this. So my guess is by the end of this week, I mean, if I had to guess and this is just game theory, we'll find out that the permitting stuff's going to be stripped off, which is what I said when the original build back mansion Bill came to the floor anyway. You

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Congressman Kelly Armstrong Discusses Voting in North Dakota

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:06 min | Last month

Congressman Kelly Armstrong Discusses Voting in North Dakota

"About elections and getting people registered and voting and I know this week we've got even more electoral count stuff from Liz Cheney zoloft and others. But I remember you surprised me back when we were dealing with some of the Democrats wanting to nationalize elections. When you discussed voter registration or lack of it in North Dakota. For our listeners, just for a minute, explain how that works in North Dakota. And you'll have a great success at it. Yeah, we have the easiest ballot access of anywhere in the country. You get a thousand signatures. Sometime before the first week in September, you can qualify for the ballot as an independent. And we don't have voter registration. You know, we're going to talk about an electoral count act Bill as a law grant Liz Cheney doing all that, but Amy Klobuchar just introduced a same day registration bill in the Senate. And I'm going to have to go talk to them about that because we have to be excluded from it. We don't have registration. Every time the Democrats do one of their election messaging bills, I got to go up to the rules committee. And I got to educate our Friends, Jamie Raskin and all of the and they don't believe it. Nobody ever believes it. I'm like, I need an exception because you guys are actually going to make it harder to vote in North Dakota.

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Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Do American Mayors Want More Migrants?

"There's a paragraph in your story. In some communities where jobs are going unfilled, people have welcomed the influx of migrants looking for work, which communities, Michael share. Well, I'll give you an example. I did a bunch of stories when the Afghan refugees came when the President Biden pulled out of Afghanistan pulled out of Kabul. I traveled to Fremont, California, which has a little community called little Afghan where lots of Afghan folks have resided for years. That's one place where everyone I talked to said, my God, we need these people because we can't hire restaurants or closing because they can't get enough workers to staff them. Fargo North Dakota is in other place where I almost went. I didn't have a chance to actually go, but talk to people in Fargo. This was last summer, so a year ago, but the look, the labor market is incredibly tight. That doesn't mean that it is the same everywhere across the country. But if you look at where the unemployment rate is and where help wanted ads are, I think it is fair to say that even in some Republican communities, even places with Republican mayors, they are desperate for workers.

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Doug Mastriano Defends Wearing Confederate Uniform

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Doug Mastriano Defends Wearing Confederate Uniform

"And back with dogmatist Rihanna who's running as a GOP candidate for governor in Pennsylvania. Doug, there was a, I don't know if you'd call it a controversy or a scandal, but the left tried to go after you some time ago because they found some old photograph apparently of you evidently wearing a confederate outfit and they were like, this shows a dog mastery ano has confederate sympathies when I'm thinking, wait a minute. This guy's from Pennsylvania, the site of the Gettysburg battle. I really doubt he has confederate sympathies. Talk a little bit about that incident because I want to then go to a broader discussion of the Civil War and our moment in America today. I represent the Gettysburg area that's in my district, by the way. It's just so hilarious to us. That's the best they can do. They want to criticize me on the one day that I grew up like a Democrat. Really guys, so what can I say? I mean, first of all, you know, as people know, lots of people dress up in both union and confederate, they do Civil War reenactments which occur all over Pennsylvania and Maryland and old Civil War battlefields and so on, and you're a student of history, right? Talk about leaving aside the incident itself. Talk a little bit about are we at a stage where America today is as divided as it was in the 1850s. I'm not saying we're at the point of a Civil War, but I'm saying, are we at the point where there's been a sort of secession of the American mind? You know, I'm torn on that. So this is probably the most divisive moment since the Civil War. I do believe that we are in a far worse way in the 1850s and 1860s in the midst of the Civil War. We had an incident on the floor of the Congress or one Democrat beat down the debt to death with his cane, a Republican congressman. I mean, we haven't gone that far, but we are seeing chilling specters of this. We saw North Dakota at the arranged Democrat driving down that beautiful young man. We've seen many incidents, potential assassin assassin of the Republicans at the baseball game was a Bernie supporter and so we're seeing echoes and shadows, the rhetoric coming out of Biden, I think, is dangerous because it's encouraging extreme people on his side of the aisle to actually view people who do they disagree with as some kind of danger.

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Biden's Rhetoric Against Republicans Influenced Murder in North Dakota

The Officer Tatum Show

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Biden's Rhetoric Against Republicans Influenced Murder in North Dakota

"The guy that killed him, the guy that ran him over, the young 18 year old was calling his mother after the spat, he was walking through. I believe it was an alleyway of some sort. He calls his mother for a second time first calls her and says, hey, do you know this guy or whatever calls her back or she calls back? I forget exactly how it goes. And when she tries to call back, there's no answer. Her son, her son had been killed. By this guy, Shannon Brent, because the guy came back, he first called the police, he left the scene. He comes, he comes back to the scene, he admits that he had run him over. Said he had a little bit of drink. Frankly, I don't care. 41 year old grown behind man. Gets in a spat over politics with a kid that he says was a Republican extremist. He, listen, take a look at the picture of the kid online. Taylor, Ellington. There is no way that kid was any type of freaking terrorist. But this is the, in my opinion, the danger of the rhetoric that the Biden administration and those on the left, this is exactly what they can cause. We had Ashley babbitt, we have Taylor ellingson. In my opinion, both murdered. That's my opinion. Both murdered.

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Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Has Blood on His Hands

"Came up just a little while ago on Fox News, cut number 7, please. Because he had a political argument with the pedestrian and believe the pedestrian was calling people to come get him. The North Dakota highway patrol is now saying, that was not the case. There was no politics involved here that they have found with evidence. What do you think about this case? What have you learned about it? Well, I'll tell you right now, this is where this driver who in my opinion did commit vegan or manslaughter committed second degree murder by running over this guy. He used a so called Magna defense saying that these guys were extremists on the right. And I'll tell you right now a bill and Dana, Joe Biden got blood on his hand. He has been dividing this country, calling 75 million people ultra maga extremists. And this person who's accused of this crime used that as an affirmative defense to run over someone and leave him there without rendering any help. This is what has happened with Joe Biden basically dividing this country by declaring 75 million Trump supporters supreme extremists and supremacists. I'm going to show you how much media coverage this story got elsewhere, Leo, if everybody can take a look here, guess what? Zilch, nada, zero. Yeah. And even if this excuse by Brandt turns out to be ridiculous and not true, you can imagine that if it had been the reverse, you would have seen a lot more coverage, Leo, last word to you. Yeah, thank you, Dana. It's obvious. The left wing media is basically providing cover for the Democratic Party's hatred towards half of this country. There's zero coverage on this issue is affirmative evidence that they are a shielding the president on this issue where he has divided this country based on hey and trying to divide this country

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North Dakota Man Mows Over Republican Teen Over Political Dispute

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 2 months ago

North Dakota Man Mows Over Republican Teen Over Political Dispute

"I want to address a story that really should be discussed across the nation right now. And it's an issue that should be the top story in the news cycle right now. But it is not, and if it had been anyone other than a Republican teenager, this would be a national news story. Of course, we're talking about this horrible story out of North Dakota. Where a grown man used his vehicle to mow down an 18 year old boy because this boy happened to be a Republican. And we now know because the man confessed to the crime. This man who was set free on $50,000 bail, I guess they have a George Soros district attorney in North Dakota. But the man who committed the crime said he did so because he believed that Taylor ellingson was a religious or was rather a Republican extremist. Well, now the North Dakota highway patrol is coming out, and by the way, the guy said that ellingson was getting his friends together and they were going to chase after the guy. And the highway patrol says no, there's no evidence of that at all. There's no evidence that this young man in 18 year old boy was an extremist. But it's interesting because the guy who committed this atrocity, this heinous crime. Snuffed out the life of an 18 year old Republican child. The man who did that used the exact same language that President Biden has been using and quite frankly used last night again when Biden called out every mega Republican. Now, you might

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"dakota" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

History Unplugged Podcast

04:28 min | 3 months ago

"dakota" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast

"Is the niece of the influential ASTRO family. And this is important because she has been raised in New York with wealth and travel, and a very comfortable lifestyle. She's also been raised in the glare of the spotlight. Everybody talks about the asters all the time. And so she marries as expected in the drawing room of her family's home to a Dutch diplomat who's 12 years her senior. He has a title, the baron. And it's really fashionable at the time to marry a title, which is part of why I think Maggie wanted to marry him. But, you know, over the years, her relationship with him starts to sour their now living, they move all through Europe. They're now living in Paris, her parents have passed away. She is feeling kind of alone there. And her husband, she starts to believe, is trying to take her inheritance from her, trying to control her money that she's inherited from her parents. And she discovers that she believes he's attempting to institutionalize her in order to control her life. So she flees from Paris with the plan eventually of making her way to two fall South Dakota, where she believes she'll be able to get a divorce. It's a long, long trip for Maggie. And when she finally arrives, thinking that perhaps this is an errand, she can undertake quietly. She is discovered there, and she makes the headlines across the country. And she's really the first to bring a lot of attention to the idea of Sioux Falls, the divorce destination, or as it becomes known as the divorce colony. What was required legally there, just as an aside, did only one party have to initiate the divorce proceedings or what was it about it specifically in the Dakota colonies that made it easier or I'm sorry the decoded territory that made it easier to obtain the divorce than other parts of the United States.

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"dakota" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"dakota" Discussed on Daily Pop

"But it was a bait and switch because the franchise that she signed up for wasn't the one that was really me. She says it just became something crazy. And there were constant disagreements between the studio directors and the author, Dakota says that she had known at the time it was going to be like this. She doesn't think she would have done it. Do you think it was worth it for her in the end to do the film? I mean, I can't speak for her personal well-being, but I take career wise. It hasn't hurt her. I'm gonna go ahead and speak to her IMDb. And say, it was worse. I'd say it was worth it. And there was so much drama with like a 50 shit. I haven't seen the movies because there was such drama about it. I was like, I don't even know what's happening. But like have you ever been on a set where there wasn't a little drama? Yeah, but I mean, in a way, I kind of relate to what she's saying because I would not have signed up for the real if I would have known what I was getting into. And that's just the honest thing. It's like you go in and you think it's going to be one thing and then once you get in it, it's like, wow, nobody told me, this is going to happen and that my character was going to be attacked and all this other kind of stuff. And you're like, is he really worth it? I just should have stayed my ass out and just tried to get my own show or either wait another 7 years and came on here. Well, yeah. You could have started at the beginning. We asked you to start at the beginning, but you didn't want to go. But let me ask you a question. Why do you stay in something for 8 years and why would you stay in for something for three films if it was because you think it's going to get better? Because you think it's going to get better and it's an opportunity. And you're like, oh, God, there's so much. When you do the checks and balances, the pros and con you write out the list of like, okay, there's this, but there's also this. I could just kind of deal with this for a temporary amount of time, the longevity that I might get out of that will be worth it. Well, I mean, obviously, this goes for anyone. I feel like whenever you're first starting out and an opportunity comes, you have to sacrifice something. Yeah. Now, it's up to the person. What they want to sacrifice. Oh. 'cause I know some people who have sacrificed a little bit of dignity. And I know some people who have sacrificed.

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"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Making that film was pretty nuts because it was fairly recent that she passed and we shot it in the town that they lived the family and in a house right down the street from the house that they lived and where she died. And everyone knew her in this town. It's a really small town called fairhope in Alabama. And I would go into it we'd go to a restaurant for dinner and the hostess would be like, oh, Nicole used to sit here and she would order this and it was just that's weird. That's not normal when you make a movie and people everywhere will tell you things about her. So I was constantly informed and constantly living in this. It wasn't on a stage. It wasn't totally fake. It wasn't it was very, very real and her daughters came to visit set and it was a really beautiful time. It felt like definitely being out of time and in a bubble. Yeah. So our 2020 comes comes around and all of our lives are thrown off track by the insanity of what happened in the spring and has been happening saints. But you did not, a lot of people, their inclination is to put on pajamas and order Postmates and just literally zoom in to work. You have been working at a pace that is probably faster than ever in different going from one bubble of a sort to another. But the one that I think was the first chronologically. And I think the one that we really are going to want to talk about the most is the last starter, which this audience just saw.

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"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Of locked in. So there was a lot of trust put in Jamie and I. Yeah. Now in and around those I guess before and after the first film and then somewhere around the other two, you were doing you began to really do a lot of other very different stuff with a wide variety of very good directors. And I just want to prompt you if you have anything you'd like to say about a few of them. Black mass, you were the girlfriend of lady bulger for director, writer director Scott Cooper, who actors who are not necessarily fans of everyone like Christian Bale's a very specific guy. Loves working with Scott Cooper. They can't stop working together. I know. She's so annoying. Cast me. Because. What makes what makes people want to work with actors want to work with Scott like that and what was your experience with black mets? I loved working on that movie because of the I mean, so cool to do like a Boston mob movie in the 70s. And to, you know, work opposite Johnny Depp was like very inspiring and he's an a crack an incredible actor. And Scott was, I think that the environment he creates is really uplifting for an actor feeling like good. So maybe people like to hear that? Yeah. He was an actor, yeah. Yeah, he was an actor. He's just like a very warm person, and he makes you feel like he makes everyone feel like you're in this, you know, like, family, this group, and it's in that you're making something special in the set is really respected. It's very quiet. It's very serious but not self serious. So it felt very, that's probably why I love working with him. Also, I think when a director really sees you in a way that other people don't or other directors don't, or maybe you don't see yourself. It's incredibly fortifying, I think, for an actor because that's everything. I think for me, especially as wanting to find out new things that I can do or be new people. And just to have her on the point that you were working quite a lot. The first Fifty Shades was 2015, black mass was 2015, and then so two was a bigger splash, the first of the two movies you did with Luca guadagnino. Who is at that time was probably best known for I am love. Now maybe best known for calling by her name. But in between are these two very special movies that you guys did together in a bigger splash in 2015 and then suspiria in 2018, you and tell the swinton in both of them and that in itself might be something we should talk about because a very special access to there. But just how did it sound like there was there was an unexpected first meeting with Luca that got this all rolling, right? Yes. Yesterday I was told his birthday..

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"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And Jamie also looked after me and I looked after him and we got to a place with each other where like, you know, at the time, intimacy coordinators didn't exist. Right. Which like, I don't know what that would have even done, because we had people on set that were consultants like we had this man who was himself a BDSM that was his life. And so he taught us everything. And it was almost like how you would imagine people learning how to sword fight in a movie. But using a riding crop and a flogger, but there's an etiquette to everything and how you hold certain things and what you do with the and it was so interesting to learn. So it became more of like less of like a scary, sexy, weird stuff, and more of like wanting to really get it right for the people that really wanting to respect this type of sexuality and that to me was really cool. And learning about it was really cool. I don't know what it would have been like if someone if a woman was like, or anybody, was there, you know, saying, Dakota is it okay if Jamie touches you here? Jamie and I really had to figure it out for ourselves and really protect each other and then make sure that everyone knew what our plan was. Because it was, it was the kind of thing where it was too vulnerable for other people to dabble in it. Does that make sense? Yeah, and I wonder if you can just set the scene for folks who are trying to picture what it's like making a movie on a lot of movies. You know, there's sort of behind the scenes photos and you'll see there's a zillion people standing behind the camera doing different functions or just hanging around or whatever. Were you guys able to do more of a closed set? Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Completely closed set. We would have the camera operator and Sam. Yeah. And like a boom operator in the room. And then, you know, after you get to know everybody, we filmed all three movies in Vancouver. Tony, the sound guy would be like laying on the floor with a boom like this. And we'd just be like, making jokes the whole time. It's like it's uncomfortable for everybody. I think. So the first movie comes out and is a huge, first of all, there's a big promo ahead of that big publicity push, of course, and then it does very well. And I would imagine that you're.

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"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Quote, we have a rule in the family that if you stay in school, you get to stay on the payroll. You go to college, you get to stay on the payroll. Toward the end of high school, I went to her Dakota. And I said, so, do you want to go visit some colleges? And she was like, oh no, I'm not going to college. I went, okay, you know what that means. You won't be on the payroll anymore. How are you going to manage? She says, don't you worry about it. Three weeks later, she had nailed down that part in David Fincher's the social network. So I guess where did that confidence come from out of the gate that you could make this work? And also it's not totally true that you ruled out any possibility of college right because there was something with Juilliard. Yeah, I did apply to Juilliard and I went for an audition and it was just like the most horrible moment of my life. And I just, I think I've told this story maybe before, but that was like the same month that radiohead released an album called in rainbows. And I was so obsessed with it. I'm like, the biggest radiohead fan. And especially in high school. And I also didn't realize that sometimes randomly, I mean, how would anyone realize randomly at Juilliard you would be asked, it's just like random selection at the airport asked to sing. And your audition. And I had not prepared anything and the only song that was in my head was nude. From in rainbows, which is like unsinkable. It just sounded like I was whining.

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"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And this is a special live episode being recorded at Chapman's felino theater in orange, California. In front of an audience of my students and other members of the community of this great film school. Today we are privileged to be joined by an actress who is a third generation Hollywood star. But who, since popping up in a brief but memorable turn in David Fincher's the social network, 11 years ago, has very much made her own name in the business. Now 32, she shot to fame through a trilogy of blockbuster films released between 2015 and 2018, which were inspired by the bestselling Fifty Shades books by EL James. But it has been primarily through arthouse films that she has established her artistic bona fides. Among them, Luca guadagnino is a bigger splash in 2015 and suspiria in 2018, Michael Schwartz and Tyler Nelson's, The Peanut Butter Falcon in 2019. And this year, Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut, the lost daughter, in which she plays an overwhelmed young mother who establishes a connection with a woman who was in her shoes, decades earlier. The Netflix film is coming to select theaters on December 17th and then to the streaming platform on December 31st. But rolling out on the fall film festival circuit since September, it has already brought our guests some of the best reviews of her career. And it has brought her to Chapman today. Would you please join me in welcoming a very talented actress and producer who also happens to be this week's THR CoverGirl Dakota.

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"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

"This week is dr matthew farber and assistant professor of technology and innovation and pedagogy at the university of northern colorado and founder of the gaming seal lab his researches at the intersection of game based learning and social and the motion learning. He studies affinity spaces of educators. Who use games in the classroom. And how they afford student agency while also teaching skills of empathy design thinking and systems thinking. He also works in youth initiatives around game design as a form of self expression. Thanks for joining us again. Matt of super appreciate that. You're here i was looking here. I was trying to find the previous outside and get gas when that was april of twenty. Eighteen was when we first had you on education. You must have been one of our. I guess i'm thinking one of the first episodes. So why don't you start with. How have you and your family been. And how has your transition because back then. I believe you were middle school teacher right correctly. That's see two thousand eighteen. I would have been here in colorado. Yes okay so what was that transition like though when you were as far as in the classroom to transitioning to being a professor even moving from the east coast to the mountain west. That's a really good question without like trying to be politically cordial to any listeners. Who are on the east coast. Yes big fans of the move out here to colorado. It's just an amazing state. We'll just say that. yes you know. Everybody's super nice except examples when you're driving on the highway you and you need to change lanes and you put on your directional people actually don't speed up two floors you off exit. So that's been a pleasant change shopping and other example you're at any store walmart target supermarket and you have one or two items you know and You're on a regular line. People people almost make you go in front of them. Go ahead go ahead. Yeah it was so that all those bits a little unnerving at first right mayo. what's going. We'll suspect yeah i can. I was from the east coast so it was like the running joke was like you know we're a witness relocation out here but now it's been great because like you know we could take get up for breakfast and go to rocky mountain national park and come back from lunch essentially So dramatic sisters and staycationing and three like outdoor culture. Here which is awesome and for the lockdown We were fortunate enough to be in a location. We were to stay safe and like door dash and all that and and car delivery but like were one of the few states. That got to seventy percent by july fourth for a vaccinations which goods so and then you know. University like many others online. I would say the. I guess if you're talking about moving from teaching middle school to teaching at the university level That was that was That was a little different. Because what i teach is. I teach masters student Know teachers basically master students and phd. Students but i also do teach undergraduates. Pre service teachers. And i teach that basically every semester. So it's really nice to imbue. We like you know. I know your style of teaching line. So if you that to teacher so they can do that in the field and it's always interesting. Will you work as speaker over zoom last semester. Your school so interesting to them like it out now. this is really true. This is what lots of teachers do. This sort of thing like they actually teach mike fast or they actually. This is real grades thing. I'm not just the looney or something you know. And there's a convincing right. There was a bit of convincing with that for some undergraduates. Until until the pandemic with my with my mom knows what google classroom ants right here like you know social emotional learning on the news right. Suddenly it's like way right in the forefront right so there's no doubt like why am i learning this or why this class because it was require course in content area classes. If you're a teacher why am i in this course. Well here's twine. Here are all these other forms of literacy right that you can learn that are enhanced with technology so I would say it was really exciting to To teach teachers. And i'm still teaching in the classroom aspects. Were interesting but i guess the most jarring for anybody who goes to academia is one of course a posture syndrome and two is all. It's remember to college is all that empty space during the day. It's not the class schedule of being a classroom teacher. Yes it's really different types of schedule. Full days off in the middle of the week. Sometimes i've the face to face. Teaching in the fall is a couple of hours a week but then again their service. There's all the committees sitting on The school the university and then all of course dissertation committees and then there's all the research and publication and suddenly all those side projects counted. Because i know you're involved a lot of these side projects you know. All those suddenly are be that counts at the university level. Oh i love that. I do all the side. It's like wow i can. I can write a book or i can do. Research about games. You know are all these things that already interests me and they count for my work. That became very exciting. But it's yeah. It's nice to have the free time i can go pick up my son from school or i can like you know. I can do random things sometimes during the day. If i need to but then again you're always on the clock out. It's always writing all the time you know and it's even worse than amplify chocolate by games and experiences. You know you can go to disneyland and like wow. This is really interesting. I can't stop thinking about this. So one of the things you just pointed out there and it might lead into what. I was kind of thinking of having to next. But you talked about the main thing being the moving from the classroom traditional classroom into professorship and academia being the.

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"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

"It's like okay couple real questions. Then it's do you offer discounts by the way the now. Can i register with portuguese order. The answer snow can change my conference. Registration the answer's no can't i can't tell my registration and request to refund no one policy. We don't have one. I have more billing your ticket. You get your ticket then what else you can't film sessions. There's no catastrophe or army allowed him the session. So it's you can't. I don't know there's something about it just made me uncomfortable and and it kind of there definitely seems to be a huge money drive with a instagram presence. That says smiles and happiness. And i don't know. Maybe i'm not a good capitalist but those two things don't work together for me. I would agree with you i. I was hoping that i would find the hidden the hidden message the hidden thing that was there maybe something more. That's like a blazing fire That was like oh god. Let's stay away from this but a agree with you a hundred percent about that. I don't even know anybody not even one person if you're listening. Please let us know if you went to this. 'cause i wouldn't know. Dm us talk to us because we want to know if we're wrong or what this was about just in general Because i don't even know one person that went to it. So that's that's another thing that's weird like you're right. I'd never heard of it. It's huge right now. Because of the you know supposed- i can't believe this all the stuff. But i look at their even their instagram Pages one hundred and thirty eight thousand people it soup or like i am telling you right now. I'm looking at. This is super pro their website. You looked at it very professional. I mean high amounts of money and investment went into that in the way that that's actually formulated in the way that it works and the way that it sucks you into the free products so that you can go possibly go purchase products to. It's very very well done. And you're right. Maybe it's just a big like capitalistic. You know suck in of people in and people go there and get pictures professionally. Done and and get hyped up. I mean even get your on. Is it interesting. it's leaving. Do leading the weirdest thing to me was as i was looking at this threat and we linked to the thread from from alex so so check that out because it's interesting but one of the top. Replies was from corey graham and she was screen shotting someone who was at the conference and gave kind of a reflection of how unstoppable.

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"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

"I mean it is difficult to stay on it. What they are doing and the manipulations of the board and on these just. There's some scape. The skate parks themselves that they're using. It's just terrifying. How bad you could actually hurt yourself. Even the way that they bail and only slightly hurt themselves is is also very athletic and skill intensive so it was a little off putting. I genuinely was a little off putting seeing them wearing ear buds in an olympic sport but then i thought it was like who cares like the moment. Okay that's weird. But really who cares. And i think a lot of the people complaining about skateboarding like just stopped watching. 'cause they're to me. There's no world in which you watched someone skateboard and do at that level and go. How on earth did they make skateboard. Go in the air but there's nothing holding it. They're just they're on it and this is one in the air. I don't get it. it's magic it's beyond my capabilities. My dad is probably the. The quintessential old crotchety man. And he's not really old enough to be as crotchety as he is but he is and he'll listen to this. Tell me that he's offended by these comments. And i don't care and he said oh. Yeah okay so we actually watched it for a little bit. And i won't admit i was pretty impressed. See my old man can be impressed by its. Yeah it's just too cool. It's yes it's super cool and it again. That's kind of one of the great things. I think about the olympics themselves. I wasn't exactly what it'd be watching it or anything. I turned it on and there was some weird sport was adamant and we my wife and i love badminton and we're like look watch. These people play badminton. This is not. This is not your backyard badminton. This is insane Same thing with table tennis and just some of these other sports that it's just people have become these just amazing athletes in and are able to go at a display their skills every four years and my by youngest son especially has been fascinated with just all these strange jewish kennedy sports like like. We're trying to figure out okay. What are the rules here. Even the skateboarding. Thank you know where you have certain amount for your runs. You could do the trick parts you know whatever might be so superfund. I'm glad that it happened because it was canceled from last year. Obviously and then now it's on this year And of course people left. Watch the the main sports the gymnastics. I suppose basketball. I'm not sure maybe swimming. I'm not sure you know what she's wearing is kind of a big one in the summer. I feel like it's a big summer and gymnastics is always up there so i not huge into the olympics. I think it's fine. Whatever i don't stake in a stock in my my my patriotism. In how many medals we get and but i will say. See skateboarding on there. It was pretty cool. I'm yeah that's that's kick butt kicked. But so usually mike ni- i wanted to bring you into and i was thinking about this podcast itself. The john roberts was on a different podcast being interviewed for the ed tech bites. Podcast i was doing it in spanish and we were talking about obviously at tech and specifically this case about game based learning and micro but i was as as we were doing the interview. Posted avails like what is on education really about threads so there is a bunch of different stuff in one of the topics that usually are what are the sources of discussions. Usually is edgy twitter. Whether for the good or the bad for everything else in between you know as far as the thing goes and this week is is is no surprise. We're bringing in a few different topics in the first one was something that i know. We've talked about several times on the podcast. I think it was related to this teacher. That had this room. That was basically a harry potter. Themed room and it was like someone snapped their figured..

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"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

"Like one point my wife said oh that was actually really has like i think that was a double mctwist to not grind. I remember my tony hawk correctly from pretty sure. Yes yes for sure so you were so you were a skater. Not i played. Tony hawkes skater. That was what i did. Oh that's where you got it. He's good at tie played so much. Tony hawk pro skater. So you know. That's a fantastic. Game it is. That's that's a underrated on top one hundred list. I just thought of that right now. That it's usually not doesn't appear on those kind of top one hundred. Listen as it should because they've revolutionized that type of genre where you can go and play an open world right. It was kind of open world. They go you skate parks so much time and stuff like it was crazy. I will say the craziest thing about it is. I was it and the women's skateboarders right there was. There was a french skateboarder. Her name is charlotte him. I looked this up after the fact that she was twenty. Eight years old. And if i heard them right she is a skateboarder and also a doctor and neuroscience and think that's fair like you can't be both of those things. I don't think okay i don't. I don't all right with that. What a gifted can human. You people don't understand though brad. How difficult like i i. I was going to rant about how people were complaining about skateboarding being in the olympics as a sport and how they can't stand that to whatever because you know. They're wearing their ear buds. While they skateboard that was that was the sign that it's not a real sports yet. We classify things like bowling and Sorry no i was thinking golf. Golf is very skill. Highly intensive is very difficult to do darts. i was thinking about darts to very skill-intensive but like have you ever been on escape for. That's what i wanna ask him just to stay on a skateboard and just go down a sidewalk without hurting yourself. You could ask my younger brother who my nephew guide escape. Board was early probably ten or eleven years old. Got it for christmas and he was trying to impress them. Right gets the skateboard is on the driver just gets on. It goes about five feet if flips out from underneath him cracked ribs..

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"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on OnEducation

"We have an awesome pod for you today. We'll dig into why everyone is worked up about the get your conference discussed whether there is a standard. We should be meeting decorating our classrooms guest. This week is educator author and friend of the podcast matthew farber just laughing because it's as me new york. Yes so what's going on. Glenn welcome back. Thank you so much. It's it's felt like years and it's it has been weeks which is good. It means that the vacation is actually feeling like an actual vacation last year. Felt really weird Like something was always looming in the background which it was And though we were off the summer felt like there was all of these things. I still needed to get planned for for the following year And this concept kind of uneasiness and this year not so much so took an extended vacation and feel super refreshed as look at myself in the squad cast thing i'm like oh i have a bit of a ted. For sure the farmer stand tripled the population of the dakotas by visiting your family. That's pretty good time jazz. I listened to that episode about a fly by weight by state by overstates. Yes and that we visit north dakota that internals the population. Yes it is. We always like to joke that as we travel down the interstate to jamestown north dakota there is this gigantic windmill You know obviously collecting electricity or whatever. It is huge too in the colon. I my wife always say we pointed a go. Looks like the state is being powered currently by that by that one woodville. Yes one day window yet. This is doing really well. Sorry north dakota no. There was literally no one to be offended by. Larry i it is. It's gonna last week was was my first week as co host and here i am two weeks in a row. Kinda like you said as we started. It's kind of weird. It's just like the two of us. It's gotta be right. Yeah it's it's strange Just because there's certain jobs that mike. And i do as far as even within the podcast itself and even the outline section whatever planning probably whatever might be and then just making sure that. I'm not Being abusive to you the new person and going like do you want to do this thing if you let it is. I don't know you know whatever it might be so. It's super happy to have you. I listened obviously to last week's episode. Is i was editing. It in less than two it after it came out Ed's super happy to have you as it's like adds a completely different dynamics. I was listening to you and your back and forth with mike. I'm like i was cracking up. I'm like all right. We got a different dynamic inherent. It's actually going to be fantastic. I think anyone will learn from me being around. But like i hope i can make a couple of people laugh. I'll go for that about. Hey that that is an important thing. When you're listening to anything. Or you're watching. Something i think is to get some something positive from. It's some kind of emotional thing. And if you're crack up heck yeah love it. So yes you have in the notes here. You're you're playing pokemon unite. Yes there's a new ish game. I think it just came out within the last few weeks and I am playing. It's i have in. My kids are playing with me too and it is a cool take on the normal kind pokemon pokemon if you've never played the kind of console things. This is a kind of role playing kind of thing where you're collecting items. You're and and you're pokemon. They do battle. But it's kind of like old school role playing game fantastic's. They're they're great. This is a Online massively online battle simulator five on five battle and it's hilarious. Because he's little pokey guys are kind of going after each other. You know their little abilities and then you score points on the other team. It's a take on a little bit of basketball ish hypothetical guys. Depending upon the character they have these adaptations a dunk. It through this ring once they collect these little pokey balls or whatever might be so. It's a it's fun easy to pick up It's free actually and if you wanna grind it out. That's what i was talking to my kids about us. We went to you know be grinding it out. We can earn. You know the characters and the special items and so on and they're super smart about how they they make it monetize because they offer you know these certain things you know character dress up types of things you can buy extra characters and items etc. Whatever might be. so it's a. It's a perfect balance between the monetization and the just playing it just for fun and for free and it's on the switch right now only But i think it's going to be Pc in the steam library. I heard pretty soon. So it's fun it you know what it would be. Superfund is it was fun. Just kind of just us laughing and playing it together. Me and my son's but i think it would be super awesome if there's a group of us on a team like if there's five of you altogether and you're actually talking and just like in working through the things i think that'll be the best. That's that's will be where the game really shines. You might get me on this one. This might be one. I have to. I have to break down and pick this one up. Yes yes for sure. Especially 'cause free i mean. Free is always a win. So have you been watching any olympics. I've seen a lot of Difference tweets on the olympics. Different things events that have been happening been able to catch any of those. I watched a little bit. I watched a little bit over the weekend. We had my my sister-in-law here in anytime. Life's my wife's families around. It's a lot of cards. We play play euchre and just sit there and playing cards and stuff and so we're cool. We're playing euchre at the table and through the olympics channels on that night which is nice because it's at night so we were up playing cards but then it's like afternoon over there so is cool. I gotta say it is. There is something tremendously nostalgic about skateboarding being in the olympics. I am loved that so much watching skateboarding and like trying to remember the names..

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"dakota" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

Kickass Boomers

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

"And then your father comes in and says it wasn't an accident here to take us away. Oh goodness so. Here's the seventeen year old and you know at seventeen your entire world revolves around you. Yeah yeah going to rip her out of her life and plonker down where helen south dakota i tell that story. Wow this girl. It's thirty pounds girl in sixty pounds of selfish. Look at an. I rip her life away from her and then i put her in an entirely different environment and i watched her soften the night and i watch her mouth Overtime dad adjust. That didn't always daughter. Always let his life take care of things you know. The the first time they would flow shopping together with an experience for him. You've never got back right. And she didn't know her father she was just some guy that went to work all the time and brought home money now. They had no relationship so here they are the only two left in the family of four and they and their plunked down sixteen hundred miles from where they started that to start a new life new identities and the only good news. Is that in new jersey. It's to be seventeen to drive in south dakota to be fifteen. It was the only plus she added. Thank goodness there was a plus. That's that was my most recent. I wrote that through the pandemic. Because i wanted something. Happy yeah wrapping. That doesn't sound happy. It look. I am a sucker for happy endings. I love happy endings. I watch hallmark movies. I'm a sucker for happy endings. Not right happy ending. Even the frank stand by our story. I could write that dude natural inclusion and his life and that story. But i didn't i made it a happy ending. I love happy endings. I love escape books. You pick up a book. You glad you grab a cup of tea or your favorite adult beverage curl up in your favorite spot on the corner the.

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"dakota" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"dakota" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"What you need. Is the bill this. The other thing to know is that north dakota does have. I mean they've been sort of unused but they have a massive monorail capacity. So i think we are going to see. And i'm sure if there's folks in north dakota already gearing up for this i think we're gonna see rail volumes increase in this this up. At least i think by a couple hundred thousand. We're still talking. Contingent upon the army corps shutting in-depth. So i'm gonna push gimme probability estimate on that happening based on the conversations you've had with people in dc i think the conversations that people had in dc also just the fact that if you research if you're reading the financial times the wall street journal and that i'm not the only person saying now and there's there's other analogy entity groups in dc. That are saying it. I think is pretty high. Seventy five percent chance of this. This pipe gets emptied. And i think that and i think it is a precedent. The we you know the first thing that keystone excel and you know the ability to do this this under climate the executive order on climate change. I think there was this. I'm happy to admit that. I'm wrong and will end. I'm okay with that. But i am a betting person if i was drinking at probably take a higher bet on that But i think that it's i think the chance that it gets and maybe not next week. Maybe not doesn't happen next week. But i think that dakota access is forced to empty the risks or extremely high the have to execute pro the court in environmental impact statement which is more challenging than environmental assessment. Historically the es has not been used to block projects though and i think it's hard to draft an es that says this safely operating pipeline that's already built poses an environmental threat. And i think it's important to point out that dakota access morphed into something that really wasn't necessarily about oil and gas per se. It was that was really part of it..

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"dakota" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"Legislation That data privacy legislation though is outward from the state government. I again as i spoke about a while ago. Right internally within state government were already securing arcada. Ready categorizing Our data and making it usable by our agencies ir citizens so we already have that level of governments within the within the four walls of the state But i think that that that legislation around data privacy and how it can be leveraged. By is i i as i as i read the national review for example on around data privacy rights. It's it's beginning to coalesce even more and the inning. Two people are beginning to see the realities The bad of what can happen with data privacy if you read books like Weapons of mass destruction or human compatible. Right you can see kind of some of the bad things can happen if you don't have good governance transparency audibility and explain ability in place So i think that in my mind that technology is certainly certainly Morphine and becoming more usable. More pervasive more ambient if you will but also think that governance is going to going to have to assume that same same Audibility explain ability and transparency and become more ambient as well yeah. We reported that book. Weapons of mass destruction so we always encourage our listeners to to check out books definitely check that out and i am very excited for autonomous vehicles. So i'll have to keep an eye on. What north dakota is doing. So that i don't need to ever drive again. What dorming thank you so much for joining us today on this podcast absolutely. It's been my pleasure. I'm i'm I'm thrilled that. I got to brag about north dakota again. I came from saint louis. And i was actually one of those people who said sure. I'll move to north dakota. That sounds like fun So i think that we've got a great state. We're we're doing some amazing things here And i i say keep an eye out And keep watching. Because we're we're we're going to change the world. Yes definitely we know that you have a very technologically savvy governor as well so hopefully we'll get the chance to interview him one day so So again we want to thank you so much for listening to this podcast and dorman for being are very gracious guest. Who had a lot to say on the subject today. i'm listeners. If you've enjoyed listening to this podcast please make sure to rate us on. Itunes google spotify or your favorite podcast platform as always will post any articles in concepts discussed in the show notes including a link to the a in government panel that dorman participated on as well to linked to our machine learning life cycle event. Thanks for listening. And we'll catch you at the next podcast and that's a wrap for today to download this episode. Find additional episodes and transcripts. Subscribe to our newsletter. And more please visit our website at cognreznick dot com. Join the discussion between podcasts. On the ai today facebook group and make sure to join the cognreznick facebook page for updates on this and future podcasts. Also subscribe to our podcast in itunes. Google play elsewhere to get notified. A future episodes. Want to support this podcast and get your message out to our listeners. Then become a sponsor we offer significant benefits for today sponsors including promotion in the podcast and landing page an opportunity to be a guest on the today show for more information on sponsorship visit. The cog delivered a website and click on the podcast link. This sound recording and its contents is copyright by melinda. All rights reserved music by matsu graabo's as always. Thanks for listening to a today. Amateur at the next podcast..

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"dakota" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"And cognitive technology markets. How different are applying. Ai and emerging concepts and an machine learning long story short if you want to understand how a is being put into practice today and we're just heading. Please make sure to subscribe to the podcast. On your favorite podcast provider and listen to our hundreds of episodes. So we have a great guests for you here today and kathleen will introduce and welcome him here. Yes so today with us. Our guest is dorman basell. Who is the chief data officer for the state of north dakota so high doormen and thanks for joining us today. Kathleen ron thank you for the opportunity. Either to hang out with you guys for a little bit. Yeah we'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role as the chief data officer for the state of north dakota. Sure sure well. Good morning everyone So my my background is You know went to college. Got a degree in computer science mathematics and then when often like everyone else When i lived in saint louis you. It was kind of a requirement. You had to work for mcdonnell. Douglas which is now boeing corporation. So did that for it. But but then after a while Got got involved in consulting and worked my way up through the Consulting ranked says developer and they as a project manager is the data architect the solution architect and then finally got into a position of driving business intelligence and analytics for a couple of large international consulting firms where ran their north america. Big data and the i practice And the great ride. A thoroughly enjoyed all of the things we did. I think we added a lot of value to Our customers which was private industry And had great teams Had a strong onshore team strong offshore kimes and delivered a lot of value. But i think two years ago Over two years ago. When i applied for this position as the chief data officer At first i really didn't want position Didn't like the idea of state government state government has has a bad connotation Of kind of a nine to five job And a people people who just weren't really motivated to To move the world change the world and my boss who i interviewed my off. Now the cio. Sean reilly Who i interviewed with his his final comment to me was well. I can't pay what you make today. But are you wanna paycheck or do want to change the world. And i had never thought about life that way. Never tried to change the world and So i decided to take on this opportunity This was the first chief data officer position for the state of north dakota so there were a lot of unknowns Certainly certainly my presence Was a bit chaotic for the organization. Because i came in with a completely different agenda and completely different way of looking at the world through the eyes of the pillars that are assigned a line to me which application development and automation. And the second pillar is data analytics data science artificial intelligence and had some very different opinions about those things. And how we might move those forward So as i became involved with this role i became an. I had made an assumption that every state had a chief data officer come to find out there are only twenty seven of us out of fifty states So it's it's an interesting It's an interesting mix of of individuals who are chief data officers and getting to know them is. It has been a really amazing opportunity because they have such a very backgrounds and they bring such such different perspectives to cheap date officer role I like to joke and tell people that the last thing i focus on data which is obviously not true but but my real focus is really around cultural change within the city physician and what that means in the context of not not necessarily data. Because i have to executives are on my team who Are just are just brilliant at running the operations and managing the two pillars within my organization. My my role is really focused around partnering with the cto or chief customer success officer and our chief information security officer around. How do we do. We changed the nature of how we use data. Let's make data usable As you can imagine in in state government As in as in any organization that i've i watched through in my thirty two thirty three years of of doing this kind of work I hear the same three things. My data quality is bad. I don't know where my data comes from on my business on excel spreadsheets That that mantra exists here We're slowly changing that. I think we do a better job than a lot of industries and and other groups that i've seen At corralling that at changing that culture and focus focusing people on actually being us data. We've got a ways to go but in the two and a half years since i've been here I think we've made some some great strides in the way. We're starting to us and think about data. Yeah that's really interesting because it's a little surprising. Only twenty seven of the fifty states have a chief data officer gets formally defined although it actually see officer role itself is fairly new so maybe not totally surprising. I'm wondering what percentage of fortune one thousand companies. I'm hoping it's much higher percentage but also people may not be aware that you know. North dakota has a pretty deep technology bench. I mean you have a governor there who who basically joined great plains and road that company gigantically and became chairman of the board last seen and lots of other companies. That's a pretty fairly interesting technology bench. And i think that's really really neat That we have technology roles that are that understand the role of technology and understand the nuances of data And i think that's fantastic and you actually shared some of those insights at an ai in government event that we ran last month december twenty twenty. Which is available if you go to a i in government dot com and you look for the past Episodes if you will the past sessions december We had a great panel of chief. Data officers of which doorman was part and he shared. You shared some really interesting insights into With your experiences as a chief data officer for the state of north dakota so for those maybe on the podcast that we want to encourage them to watch that that full panel or maybe provide a little bit of insight. You know maybe you could share some of those things that you shared with us if you can remember some of those great things about the experiences of of being. Ceo at the state.

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"dakota" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"dakota" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"I'm not sure it's a good question. I don't know yeah but i had probably fifteen get up at once a while and yeah. Yeah and we ended up. I ended up getting one of them. I'm certain i probably shot in the group. It's just talked about but but then but then you know sagebrush are big birds. I mean they are really big and they they. I saw where they flew and they went over the hill but kind of like A prairie chicken or a sharp tail. You know they can or they cannot fly along way. They'll they can land within several hundred yards of where you flush them if they feel like it and So i just followed them over the hill and i came up over the hill and there was a bunch of them right there. They didn't see me till the last minute. And i picked out a real nice one and i don't know if i sent you pictures but i can send them to you but So i ended up getting a couple of sage that day and i was done. And that's how it's done without dogs. I guess you have to put a lot more a lot more foot time on on the ground but it can be done. Yeah yeah that's cool. I think the edge theory that gets brought up a lot with upland birds specifically with grouse. And sometimes i wonder about i think science would tell you that and i think i actually heard this recently you know when you have an edge of two habitat types. You have an increase biodiversity in that particular spot. Because you've got different. Species of vegetation and animals tend to congregate there and again. I think the science plays it out but as a as a bird hunter i spend most of my time edges. I'm always trying to. So then. I have in the back of my mind. I wonder just kind of proving my own theory here. Because i'm always on the edge but i think i think science would play but i think that would for sure help in the sage grouse hunt especially without a dog my own mental sanity just to have something some kind of an objective to qui n and focus on. And that's what. I was asking those other two guys whether it was a waterhole or a pothole. Because as you know greg that country can look pretty much the same and you can see a long ways to so in the girls woods. You never know what's around the next pacha cover but right in this age you like mad. If i can't see the birds. I don't know where they are. Yeah exactly exactly. Yep yep and the other the other thing that people don't think about Is the ground itself is really not only. Is it aired but cactus. So if you have dogs. I mean it can beat your dog up pretty pretty hard you know i was kinda actually glad not to have a dog. Because you know your your dog's gonna get beat up running around that stuff and so you know i. I don't know that it's going to be my number. One thing that i'd wanna do every year but i'm really glad that i did it and i'll do it again. It's it's something that was really fun. It was a really fun hunt. Yeah yeah i kinda have the same same opinion as you definitely glad. I got to see inexperience. And it helps in having conversations like this being able to relate with other folks that maybe it is in their backyard and they do it. Do it a lot more at. I find that enjoyable. Tell me about the hun hunting a little bit. Were yet your dogs doing that. How did they do. You know what this was a trip with. Not without any dogs. We didn't have room in the rv. For okay yeah. I was douglas. So you know. Here's this is an interesting. This is interesting conversation because you know as you know we were walking with. I walk with a lot of guys who have pointers and and we have labs which are flushing dogs. So although i can tell when my birds get birdie a lot of people can't and a lot of people who are used to pointing dogs are used to a dog going out pointing they walk up. They're ready to go. Birds gonna flush with a flushing dog. You gotta be ready all the time right you. Can't you gotta be ready all the time. You gotta have your gun in position ready to go all the time and that actually serves me really well hunting with dogs especially for hans because when that cubby gets i'm ready i'm ready to go. I'm very fast to the shoulder. And you know it's it's interesting hunting without dogs but it wasn't that much different than hunting with my dogs because i have fleischer's so it's always a surprise flush. Yep i've i've seen it now being able to hunt with a few more flashers in two of those were yours when i spent a couple of days with the louisiana but i've all thought about that in the sense that prior to being prior to having pointing dogs honey gross with twenty one hundred grouse without a dog for a long time and maintaining that one hundred percent readiness was something that i developed and cultivated long time and i still do it for the most part today even though i have pointing dogs once my dogs get to a certain stage. I'm not a. I'm not afraid to take a shot at it. Gross that gets up that my dog is not involved with so. I still kinda do that. And there is something to be said about being able to maintain that readiness. Because if you don't do it a lot. I think it can. It can get tiring for sure. Absolutely yeah so you you did your western trip and then was it pretty much back to the farm in south dakota right. Yeah so we came back here. South dakota get you to get ready for a will actually in between we got back to south dakota for a day and then i had a two day antelope pawn in sheridan wyoming..

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