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"william fargo" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

01:54 min | 6 months ago

"william fargo" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Gotcha, so we can do that two. More it's brought to you by Arthur's chillers. Did you know that almost every cell phone in Japan is waterproof has been that way for a decade. The reason. Women were so obsessed with their phones. They would not stop taking them into the shower. Really hate that. Is from the Website Mash -able? That is their story. That's my source. They're legit website now. Fargo North Dakota was named after William Fargo. He is the guy who founded Wells Fargo Oh. My Mind Bologna. Having a second toe. That's longer than your big toe. Take a look. Take a look, look. It's called Morton's Toe why? I. Don't know why, but. Morton. Because it Johnny Morton could be Johnny borden. The statue liberty was built with Morton's toe. By the way the oldest magazine in the United States is the PENTHOUSE under Steve? Mattress not that's not true. Not True it is called Scientific American has been published for the past hundred seventy four years without a break. Four years yeah often. It is technically illegal to watch the Super Bowl on TV larger than fifty five inches. Right. I think so yeah, anything more that is considered to be a public showing. I fact they're not supposed to show like at bars technically. I think so yeah, technically, you're not i. believe so yeah, tell you guys about the time. I went to Valley Fair. And I was so disappointed they would let me on the wild thing. Fifty two inches. Fifty two inches. Bronner, wow. What are you said I said? Thank these two.

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"william fargo" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"william fargo" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"The Green Vollers Game Blair confusing the ridler. Hey they're Ralph Garman here. I hope you're enjoying the show. And if you are why not subscribe to the Ralph reports a you can hear it every day Monday through Friday for just fifteen cents a day you can be a one star general supporter and that will get you the show in your ear holes. Monday through Friday of course are two three and four star general levels as well which gets you more bonus content more access to me. So if you like what you're hearing why not subscribe go to Patriotdepot dot com slash the Ralph report. That's P. A. T. R. E. N. dot com slash. The report subscribed today. So you don't miss a thing right now. It's time for us to take a look in the rear view mirror. What happened on March? Eighteenth this day in history to solve another mystery like just a day the day some good invented the tyrant. King married his sister Queen. Who knows everyday seems to be an anniversary. The army's rubbing rouse lamps wishes. Please tell us what we do on this day. On This Day in sixteen sixty to the very first public bus service began happened in the city of Paris. All every want get on the bus. Can you imagine the smell? Nope off in Paris. Helping the smoke was on that in the summertime. Sixteen sixty two all. Just just be. Oh and cigarettes. Oh Gao you'd guy can't even imagine and Fromm MILEAGE and Old Berets Toilet Water. Toilet waters well on this day in eighteen eighteen the. Us Congress approved the first. Pensions for government. Service I'll sure they did taking care of themselves for you as always that Congress eighteen thirty four the very first railroad tunnel in the United States was completed must have been pretty ballsy to dig out that first railroad tunnel in eighteen thirty hour. You're digging away through mountain just hoping that it stays up may hall about amount sale that works thousand collapse on me that happened in Pennsylvania by the way that it nowhere particularly no just the good wasn't figure location in eighteen thirty four six farm laborers endorse at England were sentenced to be transported to Australia because they dared to form a union. God so they put him on the six guys. Wow and they said nope and they sent them to the penal colony of Australia. Wow that is. That's that's Whitey. Trying to keep his shows you unions or a good thing Necessary in eighteen fifty two guys named Henry Wells and William Fargo got together and they formed a little company called the American Express in Buffalo New York. Eighteen seventy eight. The city of Anaheim California was incorporated for the second time. I didn't quite take. They had to do it against weird very strange eighteen. Eighty one barnum and Bailey circus traveling as the greatest show on earth debuted at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The barnum and Bailey Circus would last for a hundred and forty six years before it finally closed in twenty seventeen. Wow that's quite a run at is on this day in eighteen. Eighty two Morgan. Herb was minding his own business. Plans and billiards there in Tombstone Arizona. And the next thing you know. He was gunned down through a window by some cowardly curve named the cowboys. Huge stake on their partnership. Because they're brother. Wyatt didn't cotton and that sort of behaviour at all and things went very south for those guys jolly other charge the live comments Jonah House. How's Jonah Movie? I think it's the greatest modern Western. They'll have you been attempt on. Yes so cool. It's so cool. So cool your your cage. You can literally go to the O. K. Corral and go back where that famous gunfight took place and let me tell you something it's about the size of the bat cave here. It's it looks like they were on top Woah part. Myth they were on top of each other is not a lot of room in that corral. Yeah Yeah it's it's cradling and the birdcage theaters very cool very cool. Yeah Eighteen Ninety on this day German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck Otto von Bismarck resigned after nine hundred nine years after a disagreement with the German amphora. Whose name was very Hallam. The second to scream. We'll go to second to to help will help will help for helmet in nineteen. Oh Two Italian. Operatic tenor or operatic tenor operatic. You'd who operate on Italian operatic tenor enrico saw. The Great Caruso was one of the great opera singers of the early part of the nineteen hundred seven Palazzo and is really Enrico Palazzo House. Enrico Caruso became the first well known performer to make a phonograph record. No one was making records. Amelie to he was the first guy to make erectile man he was thinking ahead. He was copies of that record. Still exists to this day. They're not in great shape as you can imagine as you will also hear here is Enrico Caruso singing opera in the very first record from a well known performer from Nineteen. O Two.

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"william fargo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"william fargo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Here at the department with a constant background commentary that undercuts you're gonna have to that's what I'm gonna keep saying every time I hear that clip is you're going to have to you and again not saying that I support the fact that it's it's going on just want to be crystal clear and I want to say this many times again but at the same time it's not stopping and why what it in all honesty if if you were the present United States if you're Donald Trump and you see how well you're doing you see that your approval rating is higher than a bomb is once you see the turnout at these primaries people voting for him and and just you know as much as they can try to support this guy in a situation where you don't need to do that you don't need to go to your primary vote from I'll tell you not to do it everybody should do it if you want to do it but they at you it's not important and yet it's happening because people love this guy they love him and that's this is one of the reasons why I will you have anything else to say to have public statements hand tweets made about the department about our people in the department are our men and women here about cases pending in the department and about judges before whom we have cases make it impossible for me to do my job to assure the court and the prosecutors in the in the department that we're doing our work with integrity well again I and I I get the challenge you know I wonder if you were if you're talking like again let's put this in a workplace that say that I William Barr Donald Trump or both in the same workplace and William Fargo to make a complaint and so someone else to go to William and be like Hey look man like I think we're gonna keep doing that I think that's gonna keep happening I know that you don't want to have I hear what you're saying that is making your job harder I get it I feel you I understand the issue but we're not we're not gonna be able to do what you want to do so you're going to have to go back to work if that's what you wanna do if you don't want to go back to work work and we're gonna have to find somebody else to do what we want you we like you've been great but if you if you can't get past this issue hi we're sorry it's not gonna work out for everyone involved that's the situation I think we're in right now that's the situation that I think you need to accept that we're in and then eventually maybe we move on to something else and we can't talk about Roger stone we can't I talkin docket depth about how the issue you know when the the fact that the the thing that he impeded the investigation that he delayed is one that really wound up being crap on its own anyway so there's a lot of issues there there's a lot of interesting things and of course the president will support people that he thinks are are being wrong it's something that he's very much done and he will support the publicly and he will talk about the people that are wrong in them even if it's people have supported him as well even if it's people involved in situations where he's you know on bar on the same bar as funny on the same page with them most of the time you still not completely safe and maybe that's it maybe it's just jarring when you do is much easier to support the guy and then you messed up a little and he calls me out for it you're like oh wait wait a minute we're all we can all be in this world yes yes you okay I was a great talent show it is president's day Abby present state everybody chat is back tomorrow I'm coming up after a quick break a lot more non political stuff for you guys but first this and then more me with the Mayo Clinic radio health minutes on.

"william fargo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"My we when you have kids you'll get over that i will but then i had all the suitcase and it wouldn't clean scrubbed side to cut the lining out of the suitcase because who cares about lining anyway and dan. I scrubbed it. I'm gonna leave at home two different suitcase the quebec and scrub it again and see where we stand okay. I bet you ended up ordering a new case it side. I'll have to carry on some okay but peed right in my suitcase couldn't believe it now. I can't believe it either. Potty trained to give michelle he did he was potty trained quickly quickly. He is sleeping about six and a half to seven hours a night. Now i still have my night nurse. My nurse coming. Let them out instead of one a._m. She comes at like eleven. I'm forty five so he's doing all right. I put a picture of him up yesterday. On my instagram. He is almost sixteen pounds now. That's he is growing like like a weed. His the bulldog in his skin is like reproducing. He's got so much extra skin pause or so big. One of his positive got white nails in his black nils. You'll see in the picture on instagram. He's doing all right. He definitely looks grumpy. All the time. Now is facing built grumpy. You know your face is built pleasant. Everybody's like look at amy's. She's so nice okay. That's not true with my dog. Oh yeah. I think it's the cutest face ever little. Oh man you got the dog lottery. I got the dog lottery well. You won the lottery whatever it is. I don't know whatever it is. He's the perfect match for you. I'm so excited. I still choose his is chewing down about thirty. Five percents still chewing yeah in annoying like he'll just jump up the other day i'm laying in office showed on orlan on the couch and he opens his mouth and just goes right into the side side counted this love handle part of your body yeah and just takes it home. It just puts his mouth on and it starts chewing hard ause against strong and i'm like yeah and i like mike swiping at it with my hand trying to pop any knock them off of me sounds like a shark attack. He won't let go is like holding our toy. Cool sculpting shadowed idealimage see how we do. That's why you should always be a part of our show. If we find a way to bring you in we will we will so that's the <hes> that's the second part of the dog update. I do want to take a call from emily and pennsylvania patiently been waiting to talk to us hi emily. How are you good. How are you hell real good. Thank you for calling what you want to say. <hes> i do some looking for some advice on starting to go back to school next month and i'm gonna be balancing being a single. Mom work ankle yeah so you want advice on that. I i give you my advice. My advice is very practical. Mine is. I like to divide and write. I think down <hes> so i go. I have this much time to dedicate to this project. This much time dedicated this project. This much time dedicated this project so this is what to have multiple projects. I don't have kids so i'm telling you this. Someone who as i do radio shows t._v. Shows jokes that kind of thing or like philanthropy or whatever i'm doing i go okay in my life a walk through this with emily ready. You have kids. You have one kid or two one. Okay how much of a percentage of one hundred under percents that kid in your life. Do you need to cover what that kid to be healthy. Go ahead. Oh one hundred percent okay then. You can't have no time for school. You just made your decision. Yeah well well. I mean he's my number one but that's okay. I have people i have like. My parents are involved and all that so. They're there to help me right so let's say you just need to schedule out your times that you've dedicated to invest in these different things you're going to study from two to five and nothing get in that way. You know you're going to do x. y. Z. this time this time things will get in the way but you set those expectations and requirements for yourself. You'll tend to meet them more times than not if he loosely said any goal. You'll never achieve it. You can't just go one day. I want to do this or i want to do this. You really gotta go. Put on the refrigerator. You know on my last book and talk about putting things on your lock screen like put your put your little barriers on there and be like a must study from one to five. This is my study time. Nothing can get in the way the kids taken care of that's. That's what i would advise you. It's not so much of a balanced but more of an organization thing yeah. I consider yourself mentor. Thank you yes. I think you're right. I hadn't having to implement some of that into my life because i feel like right now. <hes> i'm juggling a lot and i my neighbors me. I do not rule my day like that so we're my husband and i are on. Were actively trying to implement what bobby how bobby is. That's how my husband is trying to get me like that and it is working like i set a lot of times like okay. If i want to work on this i've got two hours right now to knock this out and then when that two hours move on you have to move on to move on and i addressed it again tomorrow because that is up if this my workout time. That's my workout timing if i can get it done in there then i'm done if you have floating goals. They'll float away from me. I would say too because you have kids. Oh that's nice. That's good. I feel like that needs to be acknowledged knowledge. Can you say it again. Just sit again so we can already down a record this for instagram. We'll put the sergio totally fresh off the down. If you have floating goals they'll float away from you. Take okay but i was going to say quickly on the kid part. I will say a if you have to study or whatever you need to do for work. Try to find a space outside of your house. Don't think you can like get it done all the time with your kid also there because that's that's what i'm having to start to change and it's hard because i wanna be around to me available for whatever but the kids they end up. That's starts to roll my day quote. It wasn't close like coffee coffee shop or find somewhere to study. That isn't where your kids can't interrupt you that way. If you only have an hour to do it your hours productive emily so they're filibustering during their you know just make sure you join rush rush emily. Thank you very much for calling hope. That helped a little bit. Thank you very much. We need i right you've been mentor. People just call in and get matured and i give them like two sentences and amy doesn't our you give them the quotes yeah. The the name is like well. Let me tell you. I woke up with him today. It's not what i was doing. I with her like i'm in that boat to struggles real raimondo some sad music do you you know well. I wanna go over to eddie now. Oh eddie if you love something. What do you love love pizza. I love the most most are video producer eddie low and you eat the weirdest pizza. We're in chicago and i was going to have some of your pizza. Deep dish pepperoni with mushroom. That's my go-to couldn't get like a half which is mushroom because nobody else wants eat. The mushroom pizza was his mind. Yes but you is a large. You can think give us because you want to get the whole thing. Oh okay. I was like eddie. I like. I don't ever eat bread right. I like piece of that. Pizza is like okay here you go. It's it's mushroom. Didn't i needed. You didn't thank you for that story. It's not it's not good. I mean my go-to on a friday night when my wife says what do you want. I said let's get pizza hut. That's my favorite favorite now. Pizza hut has announced. They're closing hundreds of their stores five hundred hundred they're closing them and not just closing their stores. It's the dining. Do you guys remember after football games on friday. You didn't play football. You go to the football game okay but but you lied hi to our listeners a line and say you were at three. I did play football win in high school my senior year you're off rested for the draft yes but after the game on on friday like what are you. What are you guys want to go. Pizza hut not anymore. Guy's dining is to crush the salad bar crush salad bar. I would ready to ten crust until i just couldn't breathe this so there's no more of that but now it's just delivery and takeout takeout pizza hut to me pound for pound the best pizza period and you can hate on me. I'm not hating on part of what we think is the best what we grew up with but that then crust super thin crust pizza hut pepperoni you know mushroom his fantastic. You don't like it. No i like it but you're right. It's what you grew up with them for me. It was four five nine twenty two twenty to get a mister gatti's pizza delivered to you. It's never a big mister. Gatti's gatty land for the rich people went because it had video games and so people would go. We're going to gatty lan can really afford to go most times. It'd be like oh her ankle now like the video games dude oh her wrist bones. I think book it. It's like pizza. It's kind of how i got into the pizza. I've read my books personal pan pizza. Kids don't even know anymore. I read so many books. Get that free pizza so anyway. I didn't wanna bring you. You guys down but that's the sad pizza news. I haven't been inside pizza hut since then probably why god only had order they know their strengths so they'll focus delivery in aim of your favorite pizza mister gatti's mister gatti's or dominoes thin crust lunch box mister gatti's i mean that's all we had as a kid twice a week and their ranch inch is the best the domino's thin crust when they cut it in squares. Wow good still cute little square if you live in in chicago right now and you're gonna message us and be like you guys. Don't even know you're right. We don't we don't know so. That's why i got a deep dish pepperoni mushroom. I don't know we understand that. We only know what we've been exposed right but we've been pretty good yeah morgan ever to your twelve. What was your pizza. No it's pizza hut. Pizza hutt started in wichita kansas so not pizza have is like everywhere. Would you guys after you played football against eddie. Ah yes dreamworld three star recruits church set man bobby bowl show george raymond with the news here on thursday morning. Radio announced today removed a handful of band gun accessory listings that were on their sites and other news. He's dogged bounty. Hunter was targeted in four hundred thirty thousand dollars celebrity scam. Dubai asked him to be a speaker at an event. Ask for personal bank account and stuff like that that's when he saw the red flags. Luckily he pulled out before he lost any money. Officials are warning to check your flight status before you head to the airport today. Lots of flights have been either cancelled or delayed because of the bad weather in the northeast what do tinder ben and jerry's and wells fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do. We're they go wrong. Where did they go right. And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet on your kids like ben and jerry if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like henry wells and william fargo. I'm dana barrett host of the new iheart podcast bizarre. I'm a former tech exec. Turn serial entrepreneur turned t._v. And radio host and over the course of my career i've interacted with interviewed and reported on thousands of businesses. I've seen bright. Beginnings is it fizzled out and rocky starts that turned into shining stars so join me and my producer new guy nick as we dive into the decisions that led to greatness and the regular people who were able to spin straw into gold bizarre. We'll have new episodes each week. Listen and subscribe on apple podcast the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts it. Is that commercial contest going on here by the way this is not a commercial when i'm about to do if you submit your commercial and you have the best one out of the entire market which is there like six radio stations near you one hundred bucks and so raymond or audio guy monterey morning ray has submitted to commercials. I wanna play for you now. Amazing and who do you voice voice for four to murphy's borough automotive. They do a bunch of crap. Oil changes. Look good rack human win for waste of money for us but i think he offer a variety of things at their dealership. In this first one that is the frozen eggs yeah which category just admit this under humorous it's also automotives inside the cardio and that's pretty and then and also it's a spec spot if it wanted. There's like four different categories. It could fall under okay. Here's raimondo trying to win. Best humorous spot for his frozen eggs commercial for murphysboro ford ford. It's raimondo crazy. How time flies dad now bay froze. Twenty three exits a fulltime job being a parent. I gotta get a new safer truck for all those little guys so that's gonna ford of murphy's borough you get up to twelve thousand five hundred off your favorite fords or zero percents a._p._r. For seventy two months which means you don't pay until november nationwide in wide lifetime warranty on all new vehicles and most used ford of murphy's borough dot com. Just look for me in bay in a ford truck by the bumper sticker says twenty three little ones on board. We'll see out sir guy to win. I don't think you have to really listen to get the joke at super funny yeah if they hear the egg part then it'll all make accents otherwise. I think i'm just a family guy in real life. Raimondo's girlfriends saved her eggs right yeah twenty three of them dad and he was saying that on the show and i'm like a dad on father's day is big deal. Yeah i like that commercial aired and they said it was a little edgy but edgy. Just had whatever reason that's what a dealer said but they put it on. It was on for a couple a week so it qualifies for the contest great okay this next. One is hawaii theme this one..

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"william fargo" Discussed on Everywhere

Everywhere

13:34 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Everywhere

"What do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo having common. They're all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they GEICO wrong? Where did they go right? And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner who wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre graffiti. I'm a former tech EXEC. Turn Serial Real Entrepreneur turned T._v.. And radio host and over the course of my career I've interacted with interviewed and reported on thousands of businesses. I've seen bright beginnings that fizzled <unk> out and rocky starts that turned into shining stars so join me and my producer new Guy Nick as we dive into the decisions that led to greatness and the regular people who were able to spin straw into gold bizarre affi we'll have new episodes each week. Listen end subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts tray tables up you returning to everywhere land. Maybe it's time for a little holly chat about the south since since she is from the South Ish is she says I wasn't born in the south. I was a military kid good so I was born. In Arizona I lived in Seattle and we moved to Florida. When I was nine and then I'm moved to Atlanta for college and I never left so I am in practical sense absolutely a southerner although it's kind of funny because I sometimes find myself feeling a little between two worlds when I talked to relatives from Lake Michigan for example they think I have the thickest southern accent they've ever heard whereas when I'm in the south people are like are you a Yankee but the real question mission is the New York? Where do they think you're from? Sometimes a lot of people in New York think I'm from New York which cracks me up which I love my point of pride. Is that like if I'm working up Eighth Avenue Vigny which anybody who knows New York is like tourism central that the people who are trying to hustling sell you tickets to the any of the things like whether it's a Broadway show or to get to <hes> top of the Empire State building they ignore me completely and I'm like okay cool man. I'm blended in with New York so yeah New Yorker Stone. I don't think I've ever had an an interaction with a New Yorker. Were they. Ask you from from the south. That's interesting when I say I'm from New York people immediately say Ovid way you rarely from right and I go why why and they go well. You don't sound like you're from new. I have to say well. New York doesn't have a sound. It has exactly interestingly enough. <HES> L. is with us in studio my dog she's from Puerto Rico and very often people would ask me away so dog from and I'd say oh she's Puerto Rican and they'd be like like Oh. She's from a foreign country and I have to be like well no Puerto Rico American and they'd be like no. It's not right. There's some confusion there's still persists point. <hes> that's like a weird way way like race and diversity and ethnicity comes through like even through my dog wrong right. It's suddenly this like that's the other like she's from the other right. Everybody's just trying to process the world define things in in the simplest was boxes they can but unfortunately that leads to a sense of otherness but like I feel like because I moved to the south when I was nine which would have been nineteen eighteen eighty because I'm a very grown up person. I wasn't born yet hauling baby. I have all the life experience for you. So as I mentioned my family only move to the panhandle of Florida because my father is in the military and their bases there and I think we had been living there about two months when three lots down I'm from our house and we were in a pretty remote area of what is now a very booming beach town but there was a k.. K. K. Rally Lake completely fleet with Burning Cross and I just remember looking my parents to me like where have you moved me too and we even kind of walk down the street tentatively just because like our next door neighbors said Oh just F._y._i.. This is going on. Maybe don't go out. If you don't want to see any of that. We were like wait no that can't she can't be don't wear white pajamas. Mistreat tonight was just so bizarre but for the longest time I mean I grew up in a a community that was almost entirely white. We had one black kid in my school rule and he was a unicorn to most people you know they were like what are you like and he was like a person <hes> I always wondered if he to like had been a military military kid that just kind of link and suddenly like what is this experience and of course I was young enough to not realize those are exactly the people you should seek out and find out what their experiences because one they may need an ally in two. That's a unique situation. That is definitely a learning thing which you you're not thinking about that when your kid kid because you're dumb kid. At least I was not all kids are some are very bright and insightful so yeah it's been very interesting to see that and then living you know continuing to live in in the south as I do how we haven't haven't progressed in the intervening thirty plus years will the south to me is such a buffet perfect and easy way for anyone to learn these lessons because like I've traveled to South Africa with a black friend and have gone to a beach where the entire beach is left every single person on the left and someone said to me that is the first black person to ever come on this beach and this was two thousand and three wow that's not so long ago and this was like a segregated beach and that happened almost ten years off the pont kind ended yeah. I'm curious because I feel like you have this unique parallel but not quite the same experience being from South Africa where there is sometimes times that desire I think in the study of American history for people to go like okay the civil war happened and then abolition happen and then reconstruction and racism schism was solved and it's like no no no no and I wonder if it's similar with apartheid like maybe the the legal rules on the books have been done away with but that doesn't mean the cultural norms magically schefter sobriety rule it takes a while and it takes to me. I see it's generational like maybe maybe you grow up in a household that is racist and you don't like it so then you create a household that is not that but surely you're probably we still propagating some things and then your kids see that and they do one better and you know what I mean so I think it generation only improves not in all cases. Obviously there outliers to that that model so I do think that when I talked to teenagers today or kids in their early twenties I'm always wowed by how wise they are about embracing embracing The idea of traveling like I've spent time in Croatia where the friends that I made they had never seen a person of color because Croatia wasn't at the time so this is like maybe ten years ago it wasn't as open to tourism right and they would say things like I've never seen a person of color so I'm staring not because I'm being racist. It's because I don't know it right. I mean there and then the inverse like you go to India A. and some rural parts of India. Those people have never seen white people right and they stare at me and look at me like who's this person this alien from from wherever any it's not because you're a white person it's because Europe tropical fish walking among US human toll yes this is because I'm slightly toll and then do your tropical fish. Yeah I mean it is fascinating and it gets back to you. What you were saying about the other right like we come to understand what we're exposed to and so that's like the thing you've talked a lot about being open to meeting people and hearing what they have to say and that makes them not the other even even if they are very different from you you they're still part of the greater human experience will as I told you about my experience with Anne when I became quiet can't and was able to listen to Ami who I met at the Plantation House telling me about her life? That's when I was learning something instead of just being like my experience my way. This is how I see the south. I was willing to let somebody else explained to me their version of the south and it shocked me because the stereotypes that people have a so wrong and they based on such a small all part of the world like people say things like New York is brewed stereotype from I went always cracks me up a little bit because in my experience to me I meet some of the friendliest people I've ever met in New York Line. Why do you think the south has this reputation and that's the southern accent has reputation? The very notion of the south has a reputation well. There are certainly reasons right like we have a tag on Dr Show where we talk about. Racism is not something that only happened in the south but because it was where a lot of high profile civil rights moments moments happened. It looks like we're that link. The South is where the battle over racism was happening. The other thing too that I think is that we don't always realize how oh rooted in history. Some of these ideas are going all the way back to the civil war like two northerners. There are still roots of that idea that everyone everyone in the south is a stupid backwards person similarly. I mean I remember going to high school with I had a wonderful teacher but her family would still talk about about people north of the Mason Dixon Line as though they were the enemy like she was telling the story one day about how her brother was engaged to a woman from like Pennsylvania Kenya and it was like the families scandal weight that was more than a hundred years ago that this actually took place like you don't have to do the <hes> the Yankees versus confederacy thing. I'm not sure why this is playing out but I think that those tendrils have continued longer than people realize not everyone everyone embraces change particularly not social change in its like wild things may be progressing in one way the people that don't like it really rally the other way and those they're passing those ideas to the next generation after that et Cetera I mean it's the same thing that we talk about in terms of how we see. They're racist. This is how we see L._G._B._T._Q.. People again it goes back to that idea of their this way like it becomes that Monolithic idea of southerners are this way northerners her this way when really I mean you could meet someone from almost any place on earth and once you get over any possible like language barriers they could ticking assortment of boxes of identities and descriptors that you would find similar in almost any place in the world depending on what their culture and geography has has given them to begin with. This is why you get on the plane and you go and see everything else yes so that you can learn that everything else is the same missio yeah I mean it's so cliche but there really are more similarities than differences usually at the end of the day. I'm most people just want the basics straight they wanNA find love and connection and community and a place to call home. Everything else is Kinda gravy. I mean this is the stuff. When you talk about on your show yeah I mean that's the thing that always gets me right like we have discussed often? When people are like what is your show about? I'm like the fact that there have always always been people in the world of every stripe that we maybe we're not led to believe if you only read you know history books because those tend to be a lot of old white guys yes there have always been women have always been people of color. There have always been people all over the spectrum of gender and sexuality they were well having the human experience to and contributing to history even though maybe their stories didn't get the attention they deserve. That's why you should shut the fuck up and learn something yes but I've been talking talking an awful lot so you teach me something. If you'd like to listen to more of holly you can find her at stuff. You missed in history class which is that missed in history everywhere and social media and missed in history dot com online..

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"william fargo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"What do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where'd they right. And how can you you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home home Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre affi listening subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts outcasts bobby bones post show pre show I was looking at Raymundo and Raimondo and I work communicating Morgan number two sometimes starts communicating back to me when I'm not talking to her and I'm like we got our whole communication law because she is right in the eyesight of Raymundo and remote in our like talking to the glass and Morgan number two jump smells like yeah I think so too. What does she even talking about. It's a weird thing here. <hes> these is so close together. Morgan feels like you're always looking at me and now that's fine. I can also look at her all the time it she'll just looking at Ray. I just WANNA stare stare at her yeah. It'd be nothing <hes> what's up everybody. We just finished Thursday show. <hes> tomorrow is going to be good though if you listen to tomorrow just more will be tomorrow so hopefully you'll check that out. I I'll say we should start with the target story and Amy's kids <hes> and I was watching watching your instagram story last night and your son farted so loud on your instagram story right on your phone. He's really into doing that yesterday now. Is that just a boy thing. You think it's hilarious. I don't know did you. Yes I mean I mean. My daughter gets a little bit annoyed by now but she'll laugh with him but does she do it <hes> yeah but she just kind of owns. It doesn't make a big deal about it like he does it and I'll just be like oh my stomach and then he when we're in public public now he were target going down the aisle and he'll do it and then people will be shopping on the same aisle and now he just looks at them. He's like sorry sorry that my mom. It's awesome like it's not me so then I sound like I'm the thirty eight year old long like being like it wasn't me and then the people are like. Ok sure you know so. What do you do to stop a kid from farting. I mean well. We've it's gotten to the point where like it's one of those things where sometimes even though it is fun. We don't want to be party poopers <music> but he has to like leave the room and go to the bathroom and shut the door and do it and then he can come back out. I know I know because but then Dan I don't really so uptight about it because it does make him laugh so hard that I don't want to always make him like excuse himself go to the bathroom. Come back I was. I'm not a big farther like not not for attention right. I don't even think it's that funny but during the minority I know but that being said I was an uber yesterday and just forget. It's not my car sometimes and so I'm back and I'm at the back room back corner. That's the name of the new Eddie Right back where that corner and the I don't want to Uber Down because they want to drive down to possibly get a parking spot so I call Uber and picks me up and get in and I just sit back and the guy has turned on some them to Nineties playlist and is counting crows and I'm just like man this is cool loud and it looks back and you can't just act like it was nothing and I remember thinking to myself itself. Why would I do that. I feel like it's my car. I it's not but I just had that feeling like all right. Let me just like nobody nineties. playlists made you feel also comfortable. The the was funny and I did it and if you don't act like it's a big deal. Nobody cares right. I was just like Yep and he's in songs one nine to another and I'm like man. This is my jams. It looks back at me. He goes the nineties. Were good to me man. You're like what does that mean. I didn't yeah no it imagine the morning follow up because I put on my uber APP like how much talking to you want and I always put little. I'll take a little by trying to go into a docu series. The Big Talker and options wants scroll to the most mighty. We look and see what the options for. The most talking talks a lot like good. Oh at a massage once they gave me that option and one of the options was talk your face off like nope like that. The talk a lot about describing you talk. You're facing now the Mike when you get that. Will you read it on the screen for me. <hes> have all this stuff on my screen here to talk about that. We didn't get to today on the show and some things that like we didn't talk about the farting thing because I didn't want to put it out on the I mean people could could be eating breakfast and yeah. The kids would've loved it. We'll hit it occasionally but right but the main point is. I need to get him to stop like outing saying it's. It's me in public when it's not that's pretty funny. That's pretty awesome actually going. I had mentioned but I'll kind of share this because some people wonder what what's happened in the Morgan number one. She now works over with my management team and yesterday we sat in a room. We had you text me about this yesterday to like. How Did you vision meeting go. I'm there's mostly about touring and three and stuff like that that kind of weighing doing T._v. Shows all the stuff we're just it's kind of kind of getting offers to do things now and so it was the first time that she had been in a meeting instead of she'll be good kind of owning it a little bit so <hes> worked with her yesterday. We're still interviewing. I think they may have called people and told them they didn't make the shortlist because that's all Mike Signs Post. He sent his resume resume. The joke is I guess that'd make short list. I got the call. Oh you didn't and he didn't make sure this never never produced a radio show right. He applied as a joke yeah. He's in a really really long resume. That's that's amazing and it was like three quarters. Israel resume funny stuff to God and he put me as a reference to get to me and it was like references. He put me as a reference. He's funny <hes> yeah so he do. You have my number if you saw the same phone number is shit see if he's available. It's a teacher sure. I don't know if you can answer the phone. I'd put him on the PO. Show pre show. He's a professor is a professor <hes> which is crazy. I'm more than a teacher. Yes I think so. It's a college college teacher right. Do you need more schooling for that. I don't think so okay. I think it's going to be a masters for the most part to be a college teacher the teacher he's an educator educator educate. Probably the universal were by Professor College. I think you could even call. Some people. Professors in high school like people have been there for a long time. I don't know maybe you should learn. Maybe he knows the difference. Mike signs well. Get on <hes> also get him on and if you can answer let me know Raimondo but he didn't get a call so we have have you know five or six people that we're talking to to bring him in <hes> someone's asking what we don't promote somebody here internally. We don't have anyone that is qualified to do it into. I mean this is like a hundred and fifty radio stations dealing dealing with sales. It's dealing with creative. It's the night show. It's it's a lot internally. You mean someone like us. Yeah one of us we. We don't have one someone yeah you want a job. No you're not qualified. No no no. I'm not qualified for that. <hes> you could do it eventually not hungered for bringing the people who have executive executive produced talking to other shows or T._v. They've mold seen oversee multiple T._V. Shows kind of a multi thing is the issue so doing that quiet preferred happy to chat or no preference. What was the most happy to chat chat. That's not not bad. That's not overwhelming. Talk your face off like <hes> have a note here. I copy and paste from Eddie. Eddie sent me a note that said his dad loves the livestream yeah but he has a problem with this he doesn't he was. I guess he was just trying to be nice and offer some <hes> little advice but he said it's great looks awesome but man there too many commercial breaks in like that. That's how you know this how it works like we have commercials so we have commercial breaks but we're working on and even song breaks yes. He just said there's I mean there's a lot of breaks. Some people think when we play a song it's like a commercial to them because they just want to talk the whole time right there like why are you going away for break. I'm like that's Luke. Comb break yeah yeah. That's me playing a song. Mike Sciences on Serious Mike Signs. Hey man what's up dude. Hey you're on the post. Show pre show ooh favorite just so you know you're being you're on right now so a couple of questions one. I saw you post on twitter that you didn't make the short list for the executive producer job. Uh how well you said you invited the shortlist to hang out with. You and I think with these okay got it you. You didn't get a call saying you didn't make it like a thank you know. I didn't know that would be the professional thing to tell me no. I don't know what they're doing. Wow I'm not talking to them. They may have talked told everyone no. I didn't get anything also the professional thing I mean. You applied for a job kind of as a joke yeah yeah. That was that's the whole funny. Part is is probably didn't even take my application seriously I wrote some of the they kind of did and they sent it to me and they were like this guy serious. We can't tell if he's serious and I was like no. No that's my friend. He's being an idiot but were you being serious. No no not at all down. He loves says Jones debating. If you're a professor or a teacher <hes> yes the answer is that the question is yes. I'm both considered the same thing but why some people say professor and some people say teacher <hes> some people <hes> like to glorify it more than than a teacher <hes> <hes> but usually at the university level they call it like an assistant professor associate professor just a better title but we all do the same thing well t- to me and what is your job. <hes> I currently teach public speaking to incoming freshmen and I also work in the Student Success Center and what do they they call you..

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"william fargo" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Every grocery store every restaurant where there's I want your mom your mom to have a ringtone on my cell phone which is just saying that's not a question so a q. and as I can just play. That's an anecdote. That's not a question you know as an eighty five year old woman she can get away with murder and it's a lot of moral authority that she ask why was even telling the story about the boy who wanted to know how nukes oh because we have a we have a post office address. You can send us things. I just just check the mail. <hes> a woman from Portland. Send US copies of her of her books are very funny books. Apparently <hes> it's a collection of Zine seen some nebulous several issues of her zine. If you're if you're interested in like this one is about the local grocery department apartments Fred Meyer so I'm going to be checking that out. Also somebody sent us these clocks here she three D. printed which are a moebius strip. Yes this time is a flat circle and you can see that on these. I guess the idea is that after going to twelve at does not wrap around a one but it goes around to the back of the Moebius Strip and starts counting from thirteen fourteen fifteen all the way to twenty four and I don't know what you'd have to hang the clocks where you could see it from both sides. I feel like the person should have sent cents a little bit of instruction about how they wanted us to use. We each get one which is nice yet but we we. We've talked talked about them. Now a little bit and we're confused about exactly how it's meant I think if you hang a similar where you can see both sides just have to spend the first twelve hours of the day on this side of your room and then at noon you you walk around together. Southern where you can see the back of the moebius strip where the numbers thirteen through twenty four are are posted. If you are going to send us a gift. Please do not have that gift require that if you if you send us a four dimensional get please. John is not want any non euclidian gift. Just have the gift be a nice thing and not a thing that has to make you move to the other side of the I don't want to have to go. This gift obligates me to be over there now but when you have thought of these artifacts you may send them to us at this this project pillbox five five seven four four shoreline. Washington ninety one five five future links from our vantage point in your distant past. We I have no idea how long our civilization survived but surely it will collapse partly in response to some futures markets. That's goes awry. Oy or that. Kid actually getting the bomb right the kid might get the bomb he might have from the lady from Pakistan may explain it to him in great enough detail that he goes and finds security that gold and creates eighty prints of all gold bomb bomb medicated balm anyway <hes> we hope and pray that the gold bomb never goes off but if the worst comes soon this recording like all our recording maybe our final word also <unk> are recordings are solid gold so yeah. We're going to put him on a solid gold record. It'll be the last minute accused and leave them. Very providence allows future tailings. We hope to be back with you soon. For another entry in Neelum for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows what do Tinder Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where did they go right. And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre graffiti. Listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"william fargo" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"You know you in your your wealth depends entirely on you keeping cold awhile you've got to irradiate the gold like Goldfinger does in Fort Knox. That's genius. That was pretty smart Goldfinger. He's a smart guy I mean he's always painting people with gold which maybe is not smart as like he needed that goal. You can't corn on the mark of Painting Ladies Goal. Now I mean what that does is create scarcity also it's to put gold leaf on something not not that much also who knows if actually buried it on her. Maybe they scraped it off. I well all you'd have to do is burn her. The gold does not burn it would melt what if she doesn't want to be cremated but she's dead. She has no right to Dr who you are dead especially if you do not cremate notice on her living well if your body is in the hands of a bond villain you're you're you don't and have a lot of rights anyway back to Kasuga and Siegel. Did they pay anyone with onions who don't think the I think the historical record is silent nine one on that but they tried to corner the onion market and here's how they did it. They started buying onions. Yeah that makes sense. That's exactly what I would do shoes and you know they go around. Saying things like <hes> onions are delicious yeah. I want onions fans looking more that happened later so onions were onions kind of started the year at about two dollars and fifty cents a Bushel. uh-huh onions are sold in bags. Not Bushels is true at the time I is it like kind of flour sack sized bag of onions two dollars. That's good deal two and a half dollars a Bush well. This is nineteen fifty something dollars right and they buy up onions and they buy up onion futures to the to the point that they at one point control almost the entire supply of onions they own thirty million pounds of onion. They could turn off the onion faucet awesome at any time that's forcing Americans to eat even blander food than they were already eating in the fifties. That's right you couldn't make onion rings. You couldn't make I mean half of the Chinese food I he seems like it's three quarters onions. You order like chicken with vegetables and it's like a bunch of half cook on INS in some some green onions onions and a lot of stuff and I've become aware of this because because my kids don't like onions onion powder goes in a lot of things what are some things that onions are in <hes> soups. They're on every cheeseburger chicken Potpie Burgers <unk>. Sometimes sandwiches have them it turns out onions are a major major food and it depends on whether you call them a food or a condiment that that will that will oh come up later in the story. Oh Yeah on a hot dog you actually would use them as a condiment. Well you mean onion Sauna Burger. I think the Monroe I think of them as a recipe ingredient reading. I'M GONNA vote food here. Just you know advances futures market for what I'M GONNA call onions but what Siegel and Kasuga did was then they went to onion growers. Here's who still had some onions on the vine and onions crime is almost certain onions crushed right on the vine is just a youth. It's IT'S A it's a term of art in the ground. It's like news on the ground. They said listen we're going to flood the market with onions literally crashing the price of onions onions unless you onion growers by back these onions what do tender Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo have in common their all iconic businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong? Where'd they go right and how can so you start your own iconic business? Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants to hit the road and the other wants to stay home home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana Barrett host of the new IHEART PODCAST BIZARRE AFFI I'm a former Tech EXEC turned serial entrepreneur turned T._v. and radio host and over the course of.

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"william fargo" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Do tender. Ben and Jerry's and Wells Fargo having common. They're all iconic. Businesses founded by regular people so how they do it. Where did they go wrong. Where did they go right. And how can you start your own iconic business. Do you have to meet when you were kids like Ben and Jerry what if you all end up hating each other like the founders of tinder or what if one partner wants is to hit the road and the other wants to stay home like Henry Wells and William Fargo. I'm Dana very host of the new IHEART podcast bizarre affi. I'm a former tech. EXEC turned serial entrepreneur turned T._v. and radio host and over the course of my career I've interacted with interviewed and reported on thousands of businesses. I've seen bright. Beginnings fizzled out and rocky starts that turned into shining stars so join me and my producer new Guy Nick as we dive into the decisions that led to greatness and the regular people who were able to Spin Straw into gold bizarre affi. We'll have new episodes each week. Listen end subscribe on Apple podcast the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"william fargo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"So it wasn't really cognizant of all that liberty is done appreciated. It knew of the school, of course. And then my buddy marks around who is a markets. President of proactive communications strategist and veteran digital media professional works closely on the Donald Trump twenty twenty campaign, and let's bowl politics aside. Great guy marks a great guy. He's been a good friend. And Mark I all full transparency was a guy said to me, you know, Joe you can make a run for governor. And we put Mark at the helm of that anybody in the best people and step away, and you know, your friend works. First of all, thank you for your doing down here at liberty. And making me my family feel welcome number two. I think we could one kind. Team is on whole all. Standby time. Going to be Joe. I go look I want, but I got a little making a living. You know, it's minor detail, but we team together. And we went to the White House. They gave us some of the people down the White House. And if I went in I even went in as an independent, I wonder jersey, a one if you could win at this point, do you think let me start here on talk about liberty. You start here in New Jersey because all this going on in New York state with the gold star families all this happening in jersey. All we keep talking hearing about the legalization of marijuana and free stuff for people to we love everybody. I can't afford it anymore. Everybody's moving out of jersey, you go into third party candidate, can you awaken? The sleeping giant has talked about many times three million plus voters that aren't even Reggie you. Can't you absolutely can take money, right? Always takes money. But, you know, Donald Trump broke the mold for campaigns now, obviously the presidential level. But still I think you're gonna see a lot of evolution in campaigning. So I think a lot of people figure anything's possible. Now, if Donald Trump could become president United States anything's possible. Joe why not what's happened in jersey? Had this crazy idea just record with you on the radio here remarks around Joe Piscopo denied seventy the answer. Do thank you, Mr. Trump rally in New Jersey. He would tell you. Thank you, President Trump out. You know, I mean, look the guy's a property owner in New Jersey right beautiful club there. He's a jersey guy. He's got a home there. Oh my gosh. Trump rally jersey. Oh, my Lord. You know? So as being now liberty university. This is such a waste do you like my glasses, by the way, man. I talk about a throwback. Throwback Friday thinking. Say I listened my father Warren, I fifty eight and I saw all those drugs that are doing nothing for me that the doctor. So I got these like I don't want to mention the assassin that they look like, but there is a business throughout. Right. I like Chris acey? But I like, my my your side look at my marksman knows. But before I go to the notes, it's so refreshing down here at liberty. Because and I gotta tell you, and I say to you listening that I my faith strong and unwavering and yeah, a Jesus guys. Okay. So what am I gonna? I'm not gonna make any apologies for. So when you come down and anybody so blessings cut bless you when they should under God in God we trust. It's america. It's great. And this campus is exploding every Bill new buildings. Look at state of the art ten thousand kids today will be there with the greatest Soundsystem. I've ever had never seen a college. This. There's hope in America unabashed faith in freedom evasively here. Yeah. Well, Jerry falwell's done an unbelievable job here. He's such an entrepreneur, they're growing, leaps and bounds. And you know, what this is also an oasis Joe for free speech. Yeah. Yeah. View. They've had Bernie came down. Yeah. Really harder. The speaker last year, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's what we're doing. And put that show today and pester Davis. Missile. He is the showman three week with ten thousand kids. Yeah. So now sexy thirteen thousand and never heard ten thousand kids before say who's Piscopo now. Now now. SNL? They know with ivory. And. Yeah. Homework. So we do that do the interview we pastor, David. We have a fun interview. We're gonna play a little game back and forth. Some kind of Jimmy Fallon type stuff to be fun. I think I think I don't know anything happened everything. That we're going to run then we're gonna rock and roll with the band, which I just love and put Mikey stayed here. My dad house is gonna arrive. Ready to they see he won't go back to politics. Mrs Serano is you know, all too. Well. You two more forgiving wrong thing on here. You run pretty much the president's Facebook page, right? Not exactly how so I helped create content that goes on your idea, president company said so me, how say this the followers. He's got a team of people that manage that. But I do help create content for the for the Facebook page. You're right about that. Yeah. And met at Madison just the greatest chic you put her on a lot, right? Yes. Like that with her strong. And she's she's a lawyer. Yes, mark. Yeah. Oh, thank God. And hopefully running in Ohio for congress. I hear rumors. Yeah. That would be she will not that. She's tying that model Piscopo Jesse nothing as any anti. Yeah. You know, what that's very good Lord knows we need somebody make it says down there. Hey, Mark, President Trump recently signed that executive order protecting freedom of speech on college campuses. What are the measures need to be taken to sure that freedom of speech that you were just talking about is held at these university. You know, what this is an fact Jerry Falwell junior was in the front row of that executive order signing in the White House. And Joe, you know, what Donald Trump classic Donald Trump leverage. He's using economic leverage right to enforce the first amendment. So what we need to see is for that executive order to go into place. Yeah. And to be enforced. So that way these universities who are stifling speech, right? Who are stifling conservative advocates and activists on campuses like at Berkeley for their federal dollars to be taken away. That's the way it should be the only way. So we need to see that order enforce. Yeah. And you down here. Liberty. Bernie speaking Jimmy Carter speaking they bring everybody in your speaking. It's not just you know, -servative, you know, right wing mindset that we open to everybody like we tried to do in the radio and these students in many of them are conservative. But you know, but the really their patriots. Right. And they are full of faith freedom. Yeah. They are so respectful to these other speakers. Yeah, Bernie Sanders so respectful to them. And that's what you don't see on these other campuses. Why don't you think it's like almost not hit on college campuses in high schools like patriotic and thinking outside of patriotism me what where's that going? Why is it going starts in the schools? You talked about it earlier starts at the lower level is who's right because political correctness right because of the left, here's what hetero Donald you. And I were talking about this yesterday war. Well, the weather. Yes, McDonald, she she was going to weather, right? Great gal. What a great, Marcus smart. But you know, we were talking about this yesterday said the Democrats made a choice two years ago with Donald Trump was elected president it wasn't extremism that they embraced his strategy. Was absolute ISM when you prick absolutism, where do you go? You leave yourself. No space that we're seeing that in everything, including free speech. Well, said, hey, you know, now William bar we come up with a mic drop away. Oh, my and they and then the Democrats went nuts on William Fargo's. You know, I think there was some kind of surveillance spy, and we everybody went. Look at this headline from yesterday the Daily Beast Lord Bill bar is the most dangerous van in America. You know, what he said? Oh my gosh. What was this quote? I am going to be reviewing both the Genesis and the conduct of intelligence activities directed the Trump campaign during twenty sixteen. Dangerous man in America. And did you did you you could literally the jaws drop? He said that they went they can't control him. I want to control Bill bar and went to manipulate him. They want to make him cower. They wanna see him recuse himself. They got Jeff Sessions to do. So he testifies that the neither was spying during the twenty sixteen president's campaign, and the Democrats went crazy about it. But, you know, should they be worried about this revelation, the Democrats because including President Obama, I mean 'cause see I wanna say that I want to move on. Once the Miller report came out. I wanted the president to stay presidential regard memory quiet for many many days he did. But the Repub the Democrats wouldn't let it go. They wouldn't let it go. Oh my gosh. That pro now mullah's evil now Vars it even now it's time you're gonna be like that. You gotta go back between the is. You gotta go right at the throat now because they didn't how you fight salute. As they won't let it go. So now, I wasn't. I wonder if it'll get film par and helped me out of your in the inside. I am not. This guy's not owned by. Anybody not the president, not the Democrats. He doesn't care. This is attitude. He doesn't care here when he was confirmed for George H W Bush's attorney general. Yeah, it was like a unanimous vote. All the exactly right. What action? Billboard changed. Like, he's changed much. Only gonna do exactly what he wants. You think it will get to President Obama? Well, look, here's the the problem is he he has a duty and his duty is to determine he said, it's a very serious thing. Right. If spying took place, it's a big deal. Right. That took place, you know, if he has to study at an examine it with eyes wide open exact activity. It's too above. Well, look, it's going to it's going to get to a bomb closest closest advisors based on what we know. Now, it's clear that they were working this thing that they had information and that these court that they misguided Pfizer courts. I mean, look, this is our Justice system was destroyed in the process. So I don't know if it against Obama himself. I have no idea. But that's why a guy like Bill bar is the best person to lead the effort, Margaret. Talk to you forever, buddy. Anyone around you. You're hanging out around this morning, right? Gotta hang around going over going to sound check now. Yeah. But it's you're gonna rock that house. Joe man, man guitar. We bought the Marshall amp. The. Horns? As more than Michael. But you know, what we have a nice chat. First of all. Let me thank you, brother. Oh, man. Fun. I'm honored to be here. Just listening to you know, we'll go to break now. But Mark with EMMY, and Mike Lindell, and Mike Lindell, and I was supposed to appear together. And they said, well, we didn't wanna do two for the price of one. So they might down about a month ago. Just ripped it up. He had to have much fun. You know, he's on a flight right now to Israel, Mike is I talked to last night to see that Yahoo guy. He's all over the place. He's bringing the my pillow to net. Now. After the election. Did a great job you need a my pillow. I love you. Mark you and your families beautiful man, you know, little garage between our kids beautiful daughter..

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"william fargo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is morning. It's mid morning. A March twenty seven nine hundred forty two it is snowing into the ocean. It is cold enough to freeze salt water salt water is splashing over the bow of all of the ships, including the aircraft carrier. The ships are becoming encrusted with frozen salt water. It's it is actually that cold of the seawater is freezing on the ships on the steel decks of the ships. There are watches on all the ships men in larger crews and normal manning the railings as well as shipping ice away. Because if it gets too heavy under the weight of ice it literally can disappear at the next trough. It goes into a very common thing in the so-called Murmansk run later on in the war when supplies were sent to Russia via the the you. UK and the convoys would speed past German-occupied Norway to make it to Murmansk Russia and in doing so so they would go north of the Arctic circle and sometimes get so weighted down by ice that they would just disappear. So those were the conditions that this thirteen ship US navy flotilla in visibility was virtually nil. They could see the ships in the flotilla, but really couldn't see more than a mile or two away. They on high alert for submarines for u boats, obviously and making the maximum speed. They could and the weather conditions at persisted. The officer of the of the watch on the Washington bridge was Lieutenant junior grade William Fargo, it was the the OD officer the officer of the deck and at ten thirty one AM March twenty seven nine hundred forty two the call was made man overboard. Somebody on the Washington saw a man overboard, go overboard, the call quickly made it.

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"william fargo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Two of them. Tomorrow two of them Wednesday. And then we'll be down to sixty four teams to kick off March madness. And the big dance on Thursday right now back in the day on the day this day the eighteenth day of March one hundred sixty nine years ago in eighteen fifty Henry wells and William Fargo founded a shipping company called American Express. Exactly two years later in eighteen fifty two they organized a coast to coast express business in Bank and named it after themselves. You probably heard of it, William and Henry's coast to coast express business in Bank. Wells Fargo twenty five years ago in nineteen Ninety-four four guns twenty-five boxes of ammo were confiscated from Kurt cobaine after his wife. Courtney love called police fearing that he was going to commit suicide. They either did not find all of the guns or he managed to get his hands on a shotgun. After that. Because he blew his head off three weeks later twenty five years ago today in nineteen ninety four one of the classic motion pictures, ever naked gun thirty three and a third. The final insult was released. Starring two of our finest Americans OJ Simpson and Anna Nicole Smith, and it was ten years ago today in two thousand nine Liam Neeson's wife. Actress Natasha Richardson died after getting a head injury while skiing in Quebec birthdays today include. One Charley pride. Adam. That's the underwater version hard to find that Charley pride, of course. The prototype.

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"william fargo" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Go. Ninety seven threes. Sarah and Vinnie recycling. Facebook and your job hunt in the new year, according to this they say, unless of course, you have pictures posted of you doing Bong hits actually face put can help you. As a look you up and see you having fun with your family. Sure. So it's not all bad. Just get rid of the you know. Scroll back a few. Yeah. See what's there? In fact, they say people with attractive photos got thirty nine percent. More interviews, and we're twenty one percent more likely to get positive feedback. So. Doll about how you present yourself. Get another like how about a fast. Almost every cell phone in Japan is waterproof. And it's been that way for a decade. Why why because the rain so much women were so obsessed with their phones, they wouldn't stop taking them in the shower. Oh my God. Really? I'm telling you the report from Japan. It was the women the women were to shower and the men were so sick of having to buy them new cell phones. Oh, I see. Who did that study Japan? It looks like. Fargo North Dakota was named after William Fargo. He's the guy that founded Wells Fargo. Makes sense. Here Fargo that often. Having a second toe that's longer than your big toe is called Morton's toe and the statue of liberty was built with Morton's toe. You got Morton's toe. I do you do. You know, most people are I mean, isn't it isn't it really common? Like, your Morton's tells second toes slightly longer than you tell. Yeah. I've heard of that have something to do with intelligence. Yeah. Yeah. I've heard that. Yeah. Oh, really you've heard you're smarter because your second toes longer down. I didn't know it was called. Setup over there. You can the guy who invented glow sticks. Didn't know they were popular at concerts and festivals until twenty thirteen. He didn't know they were no one. Didn't realize. That's. The background and stuff over there. Right back with you. The hackers. This is this is a fun one. Yeah. Hackers cybercriminals who wants her and millions by breaking into individual online Bank accounts are now targeting the bank's own computers. Great. So they're taking the money straight from the source there. Also, the criminals are now figuring out how to make the ATM spew cash. How's that isn't that? What you want the ATM to do a man just spew some cash already. This is already happening and Taiwan and Thailand where these ATM attacks are happening gang. Members stood in front of the machines at the appointed hour and collected millions of dollars as it just spit it out or people hack in the computer. And then they're just standing there ready to receive. Wow. Earlier this month, the FBI warned US banks for the potential of similar attacks. They're concerned that they'll be organized militias cyber attacks with the intention of making the ATM spit out all their money. I guess we should just all start loitering it for an ATM's. Now. Just in case there's a. Hey, can we go back to the Theresa? Because it took me a while to find out what a trees Obrigado how many calories it actually has. How many does it actually have? It says three hundred with a nice picture there with white rice fresh tomato salsa your average. It's six hundred calories. That's still not that bad. Is it? Wow. Fast. Food lunch goes. I've heard the tortillas like one hundred calories. So now, you're already at four hundred and then who's adding only white rice nobody you putting some avocado in there. You know, all kinds of don't. No. Let's also that other meeting there. Tell you the truth. I don't even want the rice in my burrito. You don't. It's just filler. Exactly out. Why? No, I don't want beans that have refined pellets. That's true. No, you go to the best. By no the best talk year. Whatever docket the one whatever the one is that remember one. No, no, no. There's a couple Lattakia L talk at but you're talking about the one on Michigan between twenty four and twenty five. Yeah. Right over by my tattoo guy. I don't know where it is. But anyway, that's the place where they're like if you order rice with that. You're just taking meat away from arrest. We're gonna kick your ass. Just you think they say, I think they'd be happy like, yeah. Fill it up with rice. I'd love to give you less other stuff. Anyway, our text number is eight hundred four hundred three six nine seven people have been texted all morning, we love to hear from you guys. Five one zero says, this one human your pastor would be so proud of the way you talk about women. What I say what did he say this one? I don't know what. Oh, oh, maybe maybe. Mark. Anthony's new wife. Yeah. This one when he was looking at her, right? Thank you do not isolate that. Five one zero says the surgeon general is young and hot. Yeah. Not the picture fine. He's young. He's thirty nine. Oh that is either grey haired guy for thirty nine. Are you? Sure, you pulled up the wrong one Vivek. India? White hair. Well, that's being an office. Does right..

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"william fargo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"william fargo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Persisted. The officer of the of the watch on the Washington bridge was Lieutenant junior grade William Fargo, it was the the OD officer the officer of the deck and at ten thirty one AM March twenty seven nine hundred forty two the call was made man overboard. Somebody on the Washington saw a man overboard, go overboard, the call quickly made it up to the bridge and because of strict radio silence. Obviously a US navy task force crossing the North Atlantic doesn't want the Germans to fix them by by direction by using radio. So strict radio silence was enforced that includes life or death situations. Like man overboard so flags lights or even whistles and horns ships horns were used to communicate in this case the man overboard signal was given from the US Washington. And it was heard of the other ships in the task force that confirmed the yours is Tuscaloosa was in trail behind the Washington and a bow lookout on the Tuscaloosa signal that there was a man in the water directly ahead of them and the Tuscaloosa had to make maneuvers to avoid. Hitting and running down the individual who evidently was he overboard individual two destroyers that were behind the Tuscaloosa began making their way into the wake of the Tuscaloosa to look for the man one lookout on the cruiser. The Tuscaloosa said that the man was struggling for a life. Ring. I keep in mind the water temperature in the North Atlantic. Even in the middle of the summer is still hovering around fifty degrees or lower. It's what they call fifteen minute water that if you if you don't have some kind of survival soon on you're not going to survive, fifteen minutes, so the two destroyers make their way can't see the man and witnesses on the destroyers say that they can see someone flailing behind them. But the destroyers are not under orders to do a one eighty and go back and attempt to recover the man lookouts now on the USS wasp, the aircraft carrier at the trail end of the convoy now are reporting that the man. Man is seen but he is now faced down in the water. So the ships continue on because they're not gonna turn around thirteen ships in u boat infested water for one man overboard. However, what they can do is at least find out who the hell was so all the ships, including the most likely shift of the man overboard came from the US Washington, the lead ship, the battleship, they all do a mustard. They all do a general quarters muster where every man goes to his battle station. There were escort ships ahead of the Washington. Washington was not in the lead. There were some escort ships ahead of it. So those ships do the same thing everyone goes to general quarters to battle stations and other battle stations. Everybody gets counted. So this includes a ships even behind the Washington at this point. So everybody gets counted. And everyone comes up fully accounted for the US's wasp as over three thousand men on it. They can account for all of them, the Tuscaloosa, the cruiser has nearly one thousand nine hundred men on it. They can account for every single one of the escorts ahead of the Washington have several hundred men Nikki account for all of them. The US is Washington comes back, and they're missing two men. So they recount. They've only seen one man overboard, but they're missing two men. So the orders, given everyone back your workstation, we're going to recount this time officers, you're gonna call out names. And you're going to get an answer from absolutely everybody. This may take an hour, but we are going to figure out who is missing. What happened next may surprise you? We'll be back right after this. It is a dark secret place a naval mystery from nineteen forty two when we come back if I AM six forty more stimulating talk muckleshoot pay when the news L I mayor Garcetti scheduled to speak in Minnesota again tomorrow at a political event and fundraiser for fellow Democrats Senator Tina Smith Garcetti who is exploring a run for the White House was the keynote speaker today at the two thousand eighteen democratic farmer labor party's founders day in Saint Paul a lot of people catching lotto fever as the mega millions jackpot has climbed to one point six billion dollars or will lease. It's the largest lottery jackpot in US history for Tuesday night's drawing. President Trump says he'll pull the US out of an arms control agreement the US with the former Soviet Union that Russia's violating the pack. That's preventing the US from developing new.

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"william fargo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"william fargo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Mystery This is one of the most baffling, mysteries in US navy history and. That that intentionally rhymes by the way The date, is twenty seven March nineteen forty two it is five months after Pearl Harbor proximity five months after Pearl Harbor the United States. Is, rushing into war, in Europe as well as in Asia where we are already engaged with the Japanese navy, meanwhile in the Atlantic the US navy newest coastguard are frantically now entering a hot war. With German u boats which are the scourge of the east coast literally insight of Long Island and South Carolina Blowing up transport ships merchant ships oil tankers ships, just leaving Charleston harbor just leaving New York harbor Boston Harbor the, u boats scourge and the the the men of the u boats a cruise of the u boats are entering a new golden age because this new foe which with with little or no combat experience is about. To enter. The the war and the war is going, to depend on getting men, immaterial over to England and so the US navy stretched very thin the in the Atlantic but the US navy sends a task. Force, to scap a, flow the Royal Navy's main Anchorage in the north of the of the UK the US, navy sends a thirteen ship task force puny by comparison to the task forces that would The form the backbone of the us navy in the Pacific or task force often had hundreds. Of ships, but this thirteen. Ship task force was, led by the US Washington one of, our more modern battleships, sixteen inch guns, also the US wasp aircraft carrier. CV seven sistership to the hornet and the enterprise so there was some naval aviation for anti-submarine duties etc as well as covering the convoy the US Tuscaloosa was a cruiser in the task force and then there were various destroyers and anti-submarine ships etc. So it is March in the North Atlantic and the weather's horrible, it is morning it's mid morning March twenty seven nine hundred forty, two it is snowing into the ocean it is cold enough to freeze salt water salt water is splashing over the bow of all of the ships including the aircraft carrier The ships, are, becoming encrusted. With frozen salt water it is actually that cold of the seawater is freezing on the ships on the. Steel decks of the ships there are watches on all the ships. Men in larger crews normal manning the railings as. Well as shipping ice away because of a chip gets too heavy under the weight. Of ice it literally can disappear at the next, trough. It goes into a very common. Thing in the so-called Murmansk run later on in the war when supplies were sent to Russia via the, the. UK and the convoys would speed past German-occupied Norway to make it. To Murmansk Russia. And in doing so so they, would go north of. The Arctic circle and sometimes gets. So to down by ice that they would. Just disappear so those were the conditions that this thirteen ship US navy flotilla wherein visibility Was virtually nil they could see the ships in the flotilla but really couldn't see more than a. Mile or two away they on high alert for for submarines. For u boats obviously and making the maximum speed they could and the weather conditions at persisted the officer of the of. The watch on the Washington bridge was Lieutenant. Junior grade William Fargo it was the the OD officer the officer of the deck and at ten thirty one AM March twenty seven nine hundred forty two the call was made man overboard somebody on the Washington saw a man overboard go overboard the. Call quickly made it up to the bridge and because of strict radio silence obviously a US navy task force crossing the. North Atlantic doesn't want the Germans to fix them by by, direction, by using Radio so strict radio silence was enforced that includes life. Or death situations like man overboard so flags, lights or even whistles and horns ships horns were used to. Communicate in in this case the man overboard signal was, given, from the US Washington and it was heard of the other ships in. The task force that confirmed the US Tuscaloosa was in trail behind the Washington and a bow. Lookout on the Tuscaloosa signal that, there was a man in the water directly ahead of them and the Tuscaloosa, had to make maneuvers. To avoid hitting and running down. The individual who evidently was the overboard individual. Two destroyers. That were behind the Tuscaloosa began making their way into the wake of the Tuscaloosa to, look for the man one, lookout on the cruiser the Tuscaloosa said that the man was struggling for a life ring Keep in mind the water temperature. In, the North Atlantic even in the middle of the summer is still hovering. Around fifty degrees or lower it's what. They call fifteen minute water that have you if you don't, have some kind, of. Survival soon on, you're not going to survive fifteen minutes so the two destroyers make. Their way can't, see the man and witnesses on the destroyers say that, they can see someone flailing behind them but the destroyers are not under orders to do a one eighty and go back and attempt to recover the man lookouts now on the USS wasp the aircraft carrier at the trail end of the, convoy now are reporting that the man is seen but he is now faced down in the water so the. Ships. Continue on because they're not gonna turn around thirteen ships in u boat infested water for one man overboard however what they. Can do is at least. Find out who the hell was so all the ships including the Most likely ship that the man overboard came from the US Washington the lead ship the battleship. They, all do a mustard they all do a general quarters muster where every. Man goes to his battle station There were escort ships, ahead of the. Washington Washington was not in the lead there were, some escort. Ships ahead of it so those ships do the same thing everyone goes to general quarters to battle stations and other, battle stations everybody gets counted so this. Includes the ships even behind the Washington this point so everybody gets counted. And everyone comes up fully accounted for the US wasp as over three thousand men on it they can account for all of them. The Tuscaloosa the cruiser has nearly one thousand nine hundred men. On it they can account for every single one of the escorts ahead of the, Washington have several hundred men. Nikki account for all of. Them the US is Washington comes back and they're missing two men so they recount They've only seen one. Man overboard but they're missing two men so the orders given everyone back. Here workstation we're gonna recount this time officers you're gonna call out names and you're going to get an answer from absolutely everybody this. May take an hour but we are going to figure out. Who is missing What happened next may surprise you. We'll be back right after this it. Is a dark secret place a naval mystery from, nineteen forty two when we come back if I am six forty more stimulating talk muckleshoot. Pay with the news here's the. Latest something fires burning in California the fire burning near Idyllwild has destroyed, at least five homes this has grown to thirteen thousand acres seven thousand. People have been evacuated from their. Homes a big fire burning in Yosemite. Is now nine twenty nine percent contained at least fifty one thousand acres. Have been charged five people are now confirmed. Dead in the fire burning in Shasta county a great grandmother and. Her. Two young great grandkids have been, found dead two firefighters have. Also been killed five hundred thirty buildings have, been destroyed eighty three thousand acres. Burned in the fire is just five percent contained it's going to be. On the. Hot side we've got your, forecast and we'll check the drive on the freeways next Welcome to The two starring Denzel Washington has more heart than any Jason Bourne movie and none of the gadgets of. 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"william fargo" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"william fargo" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We go out east to new england today to set furred vermont thetford maybe they say h two f r d i got a wicked vermont proposition two thousand six hundred and seventeen it goes back to seventeen sixty one a royal charter which king george the third of england issued in order for this town to be formed it is on the eastern section of vermont and we bring it up today because it is the birthplace of a man named henry wells does this name mean anything to you henry well henry wells it means absolutely nothing to me well let me continue henry wells and business partner by the name of william fargo on this day in eighteen fifty two founded the pony wells fargo and company right they've the other partner business partners went in but it was on this date hundred and sixty six years ago that henry wells and william fargo formed the wells fargo company fargo company that jan that's what a spawned the song the wells fargo wagon in the music man you know that song don't you do i do you don't think so why do we know it i've seen music man one hundred times yeah oh ho the wells fargo wagon is a common down the street oh please that it'd be for me yeah yeah second it's a little chilly in thetford this morning we have a sunny skies and eight degrees fahrenheit only eight it had an overnight low of two they're wicked cold it's wicked cold i guess after all those nor'easter storms they had that nor'easter terrible the broaden all that cold air now but it is sunny and eight in thetford anybody complaining about our weather think about that what they've had on the eastern.

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"william fargo" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"william fargo" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Threes sara embedding recycled face both and your job hunt in the new year according to this they say unless of course you have pictures posted of you doing bond hits actually face put can i help you as they'll look you up and see you having fun with your family in iran mind sure so it's not all bad just get rid of the you know mm scroll back a few yeah see what's there in fact they say people with attractive photos got thirty nine percent more interviews and were twenty one percent more likely to get positive feedback so dole about how you present yourself to this i think i got another like how about a fast but i love that almost every cell boat in japan is waterproofing it's been that way for a decade why why because of rain so much women were so obsessed with their phones they wouldn't stop taking them in the shower really that's this i'm telling you the report from japan it was the women the women were made at midnight shower and the men were so sick of having to buy them new cell phones icy who did that study japan that looks like king of fargo north dakota was named after william fargo he's the guy that founded wells fargo it makes sense here in here fargo that often having a second toe that's longer than your big toe is called martin's toe.

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