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Fresh update on "fargo" discussed on Mandy Connell

Mandy Connell

01:32 min | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "fargo" discussed on Mandy Connell

"Than $9 Million in refunds for Coloradans charged unnecessarily. Gap insurance fees by Wells Fargo Attorney General Phil Wiser argued Wells Fargo took out the insurance for bank customers without alone, sometimes without their knowledge. Gap insurance covers the difference in the value of the car and the loan in the event that the car's totaled Wells Fargo has now refunded fees to more than 51,000. Colorado customers. Joel Hyland K Away. NewsRadio, a 70 year old man is in custody and Park County in connection with the death of two women have been nearly 40 years ago. Next. Me and Barbara over Holzer were last seen in January of 1982. They were hitchhiking near Breckenridge. Their bodies were later found Eat with gunshot wounds. Alan Lee Phillips is now currently being held without bond. The Douglas County School district is getting older students back to full in person learning this month, the school board president, David Ray, says the timing is right to do so. When we fall the downward trend of the metrics of positivity rate from the Number of incidents for 100,000. We really will please really felt like that We could get our students back in a safe manner. In the board members voted last night in favor of middle and high school students making that transition march 22nd younger kids have been on a full time in person plan since early January. The president deciding off on limiting eligibility for the $1400 stimulus payments in his covert relief bill under the new framework checks would phase out faster for those of higher income levels. Elementary school students across Colorado will be getting the chance to name 20 states snowplows. I can't wait to see the creative names that are students submit. Governor, Polish.

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Sixers, Phillies, Flyers hope to welcome back fans

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 9 hrs ago

Sixers, Phillies, Flyers hope to welcome back fans

"Philly sports fans you'll be allowed to attend home games again starting this weekend. Here's K Y W is Andrew Kramer beginning with Sunday's Flyers home game around 3100 fans could be in attendance that night and each Flyers in six years game at the Wells Fargo Center moving forward for now, Arena GM Phil laws has been waiting for this moment, part of putting the words how excited we are to finally be here. Getting ready to do that and welcome those folks back into the building. He's also very happy for the ushers and vendors who haven't been allowed in the building in almost a year. Wonderful to start bringing those people back and offering new jobs to people right. There are people out there. They're looking for work, and this will give us the opportunity. Togut them employment, So it's One of the best parts of this return is is what it will do for our part time workforce season ticket holders get first dibs. There are the priority. That is the way that you have the first access into this very limited number of tickets. But laws says there's a wait list for everyone else. Who wants this city action in person? Andrew Kramer. Okay, whatever you news radio.

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Fresh update on "fargo" discussed on Philadelphia's Morning Answer

Philadelphia's Morning Answer

06:30 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fargo" discussed on Philadelphia's Morning Answer

"Riches in Delko. Hello, rich. Good morning, Chris. How you doing? Doing Well, man, How are you today? Yeah, just fine. I was just telling your producer I wanted to forward you and e mail, which I'll do when we're finished here. I'm a patient of the pen medicine system, and they got an update from an official with them, telling us all about the the code. And I I respond to his email within with my thoughts from probably, uh, less left wing approach to the process. So I'm gonna forward you the all that my response, But I preface Rich. The email is from who to you specifically, Or is it a mass e mail? It's a mass email. Okay? And it's regarding covert did what the status of things of the vaccine does things related to the pen medicine. All in all their patients. Okay. Can you give us a preview? Don't leave me hanging. Like what people listening in. What would they? What's the bill like punch line on it. What's it say? They basically apologize for all the pulling process, But let me get in. Get in front of you and me, and I don't have it. Right at my fingertips of the moment. Well, what was your What was your problem with it? I guess you wrote a letter. In response. You said basically apologized for the lockdown and that they're doing everything they can to get the government officials Tolo. To do whatever they need to do to ramp up the supply on the fact that a lot of their patients are are not in the city of Philadelphia, and they can't Even if they come into the city for treatment of one thing or another. They can't give those individuals vaccinations because they don't reside in Philadelphia, which is lunacy to now, I have to say, if what I'm hearing I know you're going to send it to me and I'll read it for myself. But are you suggesting that pen is you say they're They're apologizing for the lockdown as though they had something to do with it, or they hate the way it had to be done, or Well, I don't think they're apologizing for for the intellect and the years apologizing for the fact that they can't help their patients. Oh, you would. Would you say then that that see Here's how I interpret that. You tell me if I'm wrong? This is my read, and I don't want to single out pen because I think this is a problem for really everybody. I think whether it's Pander, Jefferson er, chopper anybody that said, you know, Drexel, whomever? I suspect that all these medical centers are looking at one another like we're all here. We're ready. We're equipped to be helpful, and this city is calling in FEMA. To administer vaccines, You know, like there's something really wrong with that. I've got to think all these medical systems have got to be thinking. That's what I hear. Right? Yeah. E think you're spot on self self correcting me. All right, well, Thanks for the call. 61 Oh, 8 50 09 90. I'll never That That is one thing that I'll never understand It will never make sense to me. We have some of the finest medical institutions in the world. People come from around the world. To our medical facilities. When I came to Philadelphia, you know, over a decade ago, I remember I was. I'll never forget that one of my favorite stories ever. I tell the story Everywhere I go. I was Was sent out to walk. Uh yeah. Kinda old city with one of the reporters, then K y w NewsRadio it and shoots de lovely woman. They said. This woman knows the city like the back of her hand. She's who should take you around town and show you what's up. I said. Okay, great. So we spent the day together. Lunch walking around and she was explaining me some of the finer points of Philadelphia in things I should know in the neighborhoods and what made it fun. And then the subject of the hospitals of the medical facilities came up. Never forget it and she said it is deadpan, serious as as anything, she said. All Philadelphia is home to some of the finest medical institutions and she rattled some of them off, she said. Said. Philadelphia is a fantastic place to get sick. I said, I said, so. That tells me the Chamber of Commerce doesn't doesn't put that on Flyers. Come to Philadelphia gets sick. Fail while but no. It's just true, though, right? I mean, we have this finest medical centers in the world, and none of them have been called on to be helpful in this pandemic at all. It doesn't seem and they're all staring at each other. We're here. We're willing to spring into action and be helpful. We can help administer these vaccines if you want. And we have the federal emergency management people coming in to help distribute vaccine. And the mayor says yesterday the audaciousness of our marriage say Finally, we have a federal government that cares. He still got trump on the brain. The toilets are It's just amazing to me. So when you're in the process of taking bids on who's going toe distribute the vaccine throughout the city is pending. The room is Drexel in the room where they just like, Hey, you know what? Here's our plan, and here's what it'll cost. And they say, Oh, no, no, no, no, we We've got this kid. That's right. Let's let's go with the 22 year old. Philadelphia will loosen. Could coronavirus restriction, do you? Well, you go toe like like I guess the Phillies, for instance, In a news release, the Wells Fargo Center said fans will be welcome back to games beginning Sunday. The arena expects the host about 3100 fans for flyers and six years I'd give anything to go to the Flyers game. There is no way you're going to touch a ticket. There's not gonna cost a fortune that I mean the outright scout scalping and money, you know, season ticket holders. I assume we're gonna get priority. And, you know, God bless the free market. Whatever. I'm not quibbling with it. But if you're holding season tickets, and you get a hold of some of these, the money that's going to be made on these things. I don't even know what Get your hands on one of those 3100 tickets. If you want to go, What are you gonna be paying I'm here in 4 500 a ticket Most likely. I mean, 10 fires tickets aren't cheap to begin with. No, they're not. Six years, said this team is looking forward to fans coming back. This will be a bit of Flyers website indicates tickets will be first allocated season ticket holders tickets available.

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New Philadelphia rules mean fans at sporting events and concerts

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 23 hrs ago

New Philadelphia rules mean fans at sporting events and concerts

"Saying that they're gonna line the city's covert 19 restrictions with that of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. And that means that arenas and stadiums such as the Wells Fargo Center can once again welcome. A limited number of fans came out of you. City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb has the story. Philadelphia has had tighter restrictions than most places in the country. Even then, in the rest of the state. It was only Friday that officials loosen those limits to match the state. But Health commissioner Tom Farley says the city is already prepared to loosen them further to stay in step with the state 15% capacity indoors and 20% capacity outdoors. This effects of very large venues, in particular the sports stadiums, So we're working now, with the stadium's on the details of their safety plans. This comes as new cases and fatalities continued to decline and vaccines accelerate. So far more than 200,000 Philadelphians have received the first dose of the VAC. Scene and 100,000 both doses. The city expects to set a record of 50,000 vaccinations this week and later in the week. It will get 13,000 doses of the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine, which it's targeting toward hard to reach people. Still, doctor Farley urges continued precautions, including mask wearing and social distancing. We have not vaccinated enough people yet for the entire community to be protected against this epidemic, Pat Lo Lo Que Que Que y y y y w w w w w news news news news radio. radio. radio. We'll We'll We'll have have more more

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Your Daily Stock Market Briefing

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Your Daily Stock Market Briefing

"Futures down, 49 point, says two B's drop 11 NASDAQ futures declined by 47 US. A 10 Year old at 1.44% Gold is up five and Shanghai felt 1.2% overnight. Well, European markets are in the green this morning. Backing US on the economic front of two o'clock. Feds Daily speaks to the Economic Club of New York after the bell last night soon, Video reported. Shares are up 9% pre market and regarding earnings this morning target beat estimates. In other news, Roco files herself to a billion dollars in stock and wrapping things up. 80 T was cut to underweight at Barclays Down, Hank raised overrated Wells Fargo. And zoom video raised overweight over at Piper Live from the first to pick a new status combo

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Some Washington, DC banks to reimburse overdraft fees for unemployment benefits after tech glitch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 4 d ago

Some Washington, DC banks to reimburse overdraft fees for unemployment benefits after tech glitch

"At large. D. C Council member Elissa Silverman says several major banks have agreed to refund any overdraft fees caused by a D C government technology snafu that presented prevented 39,000 unemployment claimants from receiving their benefits payments last week. She says. Bank of America Capital one and Wells Fargo said the financial institutions will refund overdraft fees caused by the issue. The three banks represent about half of the consumer banking market in the

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Some Washington DC banks to reimburse overdraft fees for unemployment benefits after tech glitch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 4 d ago

Some Washington DC banks to reimburse overdraft fees for unemployment benefits after tech glitch

"Says several major banks have a go Need to refund any overdraft fees caused by a D C. Government technology snafu that presented 39 prevented 39,000 unemployment claimants from receiving their benefits payments last week. She says. Bank of America Capital one and Wells Fargo said the financial institutions will re front overdraft fees caused by this issue. The three banks represent about half of the consumer banking market in the region. Federal grant money will help

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Some Washington DC banks to reimburse overdraft fees for unemployment benefits after tech glitch

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 4 d ago

Some Washington DC banks to reimburse overdraft fees for unemployment benefits after tech glitch

"Week, thousands of unemployed D C. Residents did not get their benefits because of a technical glitch. But today, D C council member Elissa Silverman said Bank of America Capital one and Wells Fargo have agreed to refund Annie overdraft fees that resulted from the glitch. Those three banks represent about half of the region's consumer banking market, Wells Fargo and capital One customers are asked to call their branch to get that fee

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Philadelphia Allowing Fans To Return To Sporting Events As City Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions

KYW 24 Hour News

01:32 min | 5 d ago

Philadelphia Allowing Fans To Return To Sporting Events As City Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions

"The city's covert 19 numbers are down. New cases are damn fatalities are down. And because of that officials have decided to relax the restrictions that have been in place for Some of them for six months. Now somewhere reimposed do it during the false surge, But the city is going to fall back to the state standards, which are looser than the ones the city spent observing. So for retail stores, for instance, they conduct ble. The number of customers allowed inside at once senior centers can open for the first time since the shutdown endure venues such as movie theaters and sports arenas can have 5 to 10% of their normal capacity, depending on size with a cap of 500 people. Movie theaters can start serving popcorn again. Outdoor venues can have up to 2500 people and tailgate. Ing's allowed outdoor events can have 100 people instead of 50. There's no expansion of indoor dining, but outdoors restaurants conserve tables of up to six people, and they don't have to be from the same household. This isn't going to work for everyone. The Wells Fargo Center says it needs at least 500 people to welcome fans back so they'd be over the cap. Before they even got started if they tried to have fans in, But the city says it'll be up to the state to relax it because that's the state cap of 500. People and J. All of this is dependent on consistent universal mask wearing at all times, except when people are eating and

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Frances McDormand Explains Why She Turned Down Press Requests for 10 Years

Daily Pop

02:25 min | Last week

Frances McDormand Explains Why She Turned Down Press Requests for 10 Years

"Okay. We're going to move on to actress. Frances mcdormand so. She just made this bold confession. She says she turned out interviews for ten years and chance. Good recent the oscar winner told the new york times. It gave me a mystery back to who i was. And then the roles performed. I could take an audience to a place where someone who sold watches or perfume and magazines could not ooh that she a pull that off. Talk to me like with the studio. And say i'm not going to do any interviews. Well that is interesting. But you know who was famous for that trend's prince dude and that's why everybody loved him. He was so mysterious. He's one of the most mysterious unicorns ever. That's why i always say. I miss the days of times when we didn't know every single thing about celebrity. It's the reason why tom cruise came up and came up so hard. It's the reason why. Julia roberts has survived for so long because they gave you that. We didn't know about what they were eating about. What was in their frigerator as we didn't know where they were on vacation. But you also have to just remember that. This was years ago was ninety six when she started this remember. We only had the rag magazines and we had the big magazines and television shows. We didn't have all of this social media so now that's why everyone is putting everything out about what they do. Were like okay enough already. I don't do. You said about the scenario so i i think it was brilliant. Does it do you think they're still shame because to me i. I don't care if if i see a big celebrity coffee or watch or on a magazine cover. It doesn't really lowered their celebrity to me. I still value their are. And i don't mind seeing them in the movies. That doesn't distract me. Dad there's an opposite there's two sides to every story because there are some actors who look down on other actors can't get those endorsement deals. Who aren't you know making that extra coin but i think for for francis and garment. This is about her craft and she never wanted her craft ever be. I don't wanna say soil because it's not really solid but she didn't want white diamonds but i'll hawks. I'm white. i'm here for a chat about the art and her choices in the character because her first come out character was what fargo was in. That was a big deal so in order for you to maintain that you have to pick roles that bring that kind of eat. Attention or people is hollywood.

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United Airlines grounds Boeing 777s after engine failure

MarketFoolery

02:53 min | Last week

United Airlines grounds Boeing 777s after engine failure

"We're going to begin today with the not so friendly skies. United airlines is grounding. Some of the boeing seven seventy seven in its fleet. This is in the wake of the faa investigation of united airlines flight from denver to honolulu over the weekend. That make an emergency landing. Because the boeing seven. Seventy seven lost an engine. Let me say that again. It lost an engine. No one was hurt and that includes by the way the people on the ground because there was debris falling from the sky. Because the boeing seven. Seventy seven lost an engine. Not surprisingly shares of boeing doubt. We'll get to the airline stocks which are all up. We'll get to that in a second. But you and i were talking right before we started recording. This are we in year. Four of boeing having these type of headline risk problems and yet feels like. It's i guess it's been that long. It certainly does. It feels like it's it's dragged on t to the tune of of wells. Fargo like proportions right. If it's not one thing it's another. And i guess so. At least it's not the seven thirty. Seven max right i mean. I think that's really been the big headline driver for the last. Several years for boeing and rightly so. I mean clearly some real problems inherent design and the software behind and so in regard to this. I mean obviously it's been very difficult. Stretch for boeing the stock. I don't think this is one of those things that necessarily is going to play out On them in the same way. I think primarily. Because when when we see boeing headline while the the the sub the sub head. There is pratt and whitney engines. That were found on these seven. Seventy seven. so it's not. Like it's a boeing engine per se. I mean it's on a boeing plane. But pratt and whitney which is a subsidiary of raytheon is part of this equation as well and so i mean clearly look you never wanna see something like this happen I mean even just the the notion that you could get on a plane and this is a possibility makes you think twice getting on the plane in the first place But by the same token listen we get out of bed every morning. And there's risk inherent and just living life I think this is one of those things that the responsible parties. They obviously dig into the problem. This could put a little bit of a a crimp on demand for these particular planes in for the foreseeable future at least until they come up with an answer. I don't think this is one of those things that necessarily pins this company down like the issues with seven. Thirty seven though

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M&T Bank buying People's United in $7.6B all-stock deal

KYW 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | Last week

M&T Bank buying People's United in $7.6B all-stock deal

"A. Ginny's a question this morning. How do you fight competition from big banks like Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America? You do it by getting bigger, and that's what M and T Bank which only has a few banks in the Philadelphia area. Is doing its broadening its reach, though from Virginia all the way up to New England. The bank is buying people United Financial in an all stock deal. It's valued at more than $7.5 Billion.70 CEO says the deal's important for the bank to get the necessary scale. It needs across things

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'Nomadland' drops Frances McDormand into a rootless life on the open road

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:45 min | Last week

'Nomadland' drops Frances McDormand into a rootless life on the open road

"So nomad land is based on a nonfiction book of the same name by jessica bruder. It's about these folks who are in many cases older they're sort of battered by economic changes particularly the Economic meltdown of two thousand eight. They are left with very few options. And this fictional story about fern was written by khloe. jiao is also the director as we mentioned fern. This lifestyle is connected to her grief over her husband staff and it it leaves her at really the mercy of the weather and other people. She has no access to health. Care any kind of security. But there's also. I think it's safe to say a freedom in it that she appreciates at times She has a chance to see new things and be independent. There are a lot of kind of sweeping vistas of the western great plains and she starts to develop a relationship with a guy named dave. Who's played by david straight there and and obviously that complicates her wanderings somewhat. Glenn what did you think about nomad. Land. i mean this is pretty great right. I mean fair warning. It is unhurried. It is discursive it's also as you mentioned. It's in love with the natural environment which is very Khloe zhao thing. It's smartly a film that teaches you how to watch it because in those opening minutes we the audience are that woman that fern meets at the store. Were worried about her. Where the manager that gas station. We want her to find a shelter for the night. Because it's going to be cold She's been dealt a couple serious blows and the story of the film is her finding an equilibrium. It's not perfect and it's fragile and take some work to maintain we see the work it takes to maintain but he's got the strength and resolve to maintain it finds a community Found family which is something queer folk no little something about That said you take frances. Mcdormand out of the equation. I'm not sure. I'm still as invested. Because that actor is just an empathy engine. It just radiates from her Even when the role she's playing is more comedic as it is in fargo or even when it's a completely underwritten and onenote like it wasn't three billboards. There's not a trace of condescension in any role. She plays humankind essential or socioeconomic condescension. No actually remove no sense of judgment because francis. Mcdermott is a woman who graduated from the yale school of drama. She's married to a kohen brother. And what do the coen brothers love to do. More than make fun of a yokels. There's nothing about her holding fern at a remove when she's packing amazon boxes. That's fern packing amazon boxes. Even though it's france clearly packing boxes the scene where she goes on quite a bit about how she got more counter space in her van. E you play that wrong and that is a hollywood actor doing a ride along. That's fake but i mean there's something about are you just fall in love with firm. The way she smiles without opening her mouth There's such pain in it but there's joy now did i need fern to quote shakespeare at me. Nope did. I need the scene with her sister where she tells firm. That firm has always been strong in special and smart. Smells nice in this kind of puppies. I didn't need that either. Those moments felt like that was the film. Not trusting itself. Kind of putting on some training wheels So in the end. I think i was more taken by this amazing performance then by the movie itself. Interesting stephen i was taken by the amazing performance. And the film itself I think this is a wonderful piece of really subtle storytelling. It is so thoughtful. It is so respectful and careful and clever. You can tell that this movie. And it's makers spent time with its subjects and really got invested in their lives. This movie could have so easily tilted into mawkishness could so easily tilted into cynicism. It's so easily could've tilted into kind of capital. I issues based thundering and it never ever does. I mean it's funny. Glenn mentioned francis mcdormand's performance in three billboards outside ebbing missouri. The kind of purported to be about the real america kind of the real underbelly of america and it did so by throwing grotesques at us and this movie does the exact. It is a really human and lovely movie and its surrounds. Frances mcdormand and david strathern with nomads. With people who actually live this lifestyle and lets them tell their stories albeit fictionalised versions of their stories. And i just think that works beautifully. Well you can tell in spots when this movie is working with non-professional actors and you can kind of feel that but for the most part i just got totally lost in it. It is as glenn's had its unhurried. But i didn't find it slow at all. I loved this movie.

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Cross-country storm threatens 150 million with ice and snow

The Boxer Show

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Cross-country storm threatens 150 million with ice and snow

"During this record cold threatens to overwhelm the power grid, and it's not just Texas 240 million Americans across 40 states are on alert with feel like temperatures from Albuquerque at three degrees up to Fargo at negative 40. That's a B C's. He Andrea Fergie Senator Lindsey Graham says former President Trump's grateful and ready to move forward following the acquittal in his second impeachment trial. He's

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Chicago Is Getting Into The Deep Freeze This Weekend

Weekend News

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chicago Is Getting Into The Deep Freeze This Weekend

"Blast headed into the upper Midwest and into the Great Lakes as well over the next couple of days Sunday morning feels like 35 below. In Fargo, 40 below in Duluth, 20 below in Chicago is dangerous, cold so really bundle up meteorologist Jeff Farraday. Ellie. The Northeast is also bracing for another snowstorm. This is CBS News. You could

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interview With Geoffrey Tate Of  Flex Logics

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

04:19 min | 3 weeks ago

interview With Geoffrey Tate Of Flex Logics

"So jeffer-. I wanna start off with certain difference between doing business with the data center versus doing business at the edge. I know that the hardware you folks are working on. Is you know what i think. Most people think hardware. They think about the big rack sitting somewhere in the data center the edges different the edges. New it's its burgeoning. How do you define the edge when you talk to people. Because i think people always think about those racks but it's clearly a blooming ecosystem. Yeah well azusa terms of different people defined differently but where we basically look at businesses any system. Outside of the data center there can be things like cellphones stations in verizon stations that are kind of in between what we're looking at your robots this. He'll cars field ultrasound systems in the field. So these are systems that are separated in well removed from today's yet. Okay and and obviously pretty wide. Berth as to what that could be almost any industry this this could be applied retail. You've got cameras energy you've got i don't know some some big turbine out there. You know generating some power killing in occasional bird. You know it's pretty pretty vast swath of of what what can imply does that. Broad world of edge cluster. In any interesting ways. I think industry would be one that makes sense. Maybe you can talk a bit about that but we also use case what you see edge sort of us for a certain way tammy how do you think about this whole new space. Those of us at home. it's it's sort of. It's new it's novel but how we want to break it up. Well we're just touching the top of the iceberg so we've engaged with a lot of customers see a lot martin's segments and they have different potential sizes so one obvious one is countered. There's cameras all over the place. You mentioned walmart's wells fargo's there's cameras today wired into servers in the back offices of these places and serve servers not in the data center and right now those cameras us recording video in case somebody shoplift something that got her the tape. Now they can add inference start tracking their stores checking buying behavior along the lines along the take to get through the lines things like that. So that's an application where you need object detection and recognition similarly when you're talking about robots robots moving around into distribution for a warehouse. They need to know you know what. Say iraq to put things on. What's the what's the person to make sure you don't get them. Yeah so you're detecting. You're recognizing them taking action appropriately. Same thing happens with cars so those are all object detection recognition models like yolo the three which do an excellent job of doing that. Which are people are flying now and we see medical imaging and there's many types of limiting there's crazy. Mri machines are much less expensive or numerous ultrasound. Machines x-ray cd stamps and stuff in between so there with the people are using models for his more specialized object detection recognition typically. You're standing your knee. It's stuck in there. It's not moving but you're looking to detect some anomalies in the x ray on the ultrasound. South is the baby. Ok is the got busted acl. So it's helping. The radiologist do occur. Job of diagnosing powell. That's what those kinds of models need to be doing. Things like Scientists gamma joining or life sciences. And they are in many cases what they're doing is looking to clean up images using network approaches through extraneous information clarify the. Which if you've ever seen like an ultra sounds like i just recently hasn't surgery. The doctors were trying to find a vein of the my shoulder. I can see the ultrasound. They were looking at a teaching hospital. And i couldn't tell what they said when they when they started a doctor they couldn't tell was on either but eventually they figured it out so these ultrasounds are hard to make out in. Computers can make better judgments which results in better outcomes says. A wide range of applications are seeing for inference models. I think we're just scratching. The surface gets more powerful and cheaper is going to go into more more more systems.

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Interview With Ahmer Inam  And Mark Persaud At Pactera Edge

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

06:24 min | Last month

Interview With Ahmer Inam And Mark Persaud At Pactera Edge

"We do have some great guests with us today. So we're really excited to have amer in phnom who's the chief. Ai officer and mark persaud. Who's the head of emerging experiences at pact-era edge. So welcome guys and thank you so much for joining us today but thank you got clean and wrong. Thank you for having in forward to this exciting conversation. We are to. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role at pact-era edge Kathleen i'll go ahead and start amazon up. I'm the chief a offers. Subtle factor edge. We are global solution and services firms that balance intelligent digital platforms using human center design as a cool concept in philosophy the hallway bill systems maya background. I've been in the space of a medal for essentially my entire career Having played with fairly early machine learning. And you'll eulex model for almost twenty years at this point To most recently. A factor edge. My journey has taken me to companies like fargo sonic automotive. Vw see nike can be solution and at the now. I pass it off to mark to introduce himself awesome. I've I'm the head of emerging experiences at a bacteria edge So i have the job of being able to look across different technologies whether that's a our and our in vr virtual reality immersive Or things like voice and conversational. I and understanding how a i can play a better role in the technologies or with the technology whether it's within or atop a different digital ecosystems for clients though. I personally have a lot of fun with that role in general just because it gives me the ability to see how we can create value for users of creative ways with technology is where we might not see very consumer or user friendly and i might add like one of the reason why this is such a differentiation. Headed what you're talking about. Even sent to city in is market. Ni- expedience must. Genie are working together. Cohesively issue the cool part of the conversation that will be having at the at the upcoming event with community and is about building and designing intelligent digital platforms that are built with humans entity the human in the mind and building them to drive adoption so that we can take a lot of these concepts that are explored in a typical machine learning ai. In women in an enterprise and then take them to an enterprise capability and the part of their journey. At least an odd philosophy is that it has to lead with human simplicity. Really great insight. We actually had a podcast not too long ago with chad moro. Who is the cto chief. Data officer at fulton bank and he actually made a great point about the human center city of systems especially of systems that depend on data because he was saying you know at the end of the day the data represents people represents what people are doing it represents their money represents their finances and those finances represent their retirement college savings. They're they're living right and you and you can never it's people's names treat data abstractly day. Sometimes it's really very critical and You know one of the great things. Of course you can. You mentioned that you'll be sharing a lot of these insights at our upcoming machine learning life cycle events so for our listeners. You may have heard this on previous episodes but of course if this is your first time We run these online free conferences. That are focused on some of the hottest topics. Ai machine learning and our objective is to help audience and help people take that next step and move their projects and forward We ran a huge data for ai. Conference back. In september twenty twenty twentieth thousands of attendees. It was amazing. Hundreds of of presenters actually well. Over one hundred plus presenters was was gigantic and we heard as people wanted to get that same sense of insight into what's happening with machine learning so we have the machine learning life cycle of that which talks about the full life cycle of machine learning from building the mall to managing an ops and govern insecurity and that is the live part of the event is january twenty sixth through twenty eight th twenty twenty one if you elect to register go to m. l. life cycle conference dot com. We'll have that in our show as well and Yeah we have some fantastic presenters in five topics and three tracks and our guest here. Terra their edge. They're they're actually doing. A session. called accelerating accelerate concept to value human centric design driven a lot of words there. There's a lot of terms of people may be familiar with some of them. They may not be. So maybe if you can. Can you give our listeners. A quick of what the session is about. And maybe some of the main questions and pain points that you're going to be addressing. Yeah thank you. Ron and actually just to right and it may come across as a laundry list of technical jargon and it's it's an i wanna make sure we can talk about it. In some of the audiences are going to be ingenious and audit back on both mock. You come from. Jean backgrounding ingenious with talking about the art of of humanity which the human centric design. What are we going to talk about. Is this first. Thing is gonna lay out the burning platform. We have seen the statistics enough data from gartner to idc that talks about the failures off a adoption. the data continues to show about eighty to ninety percent of machine learning data signs. Big data these initiatives famed to drive value. Because they're not getting adopted and if they're not getting a doctorate in driving value

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Philadelphia Flyers beat Pittsburgh Penguins to start season

KYW 24 Hour News

01:17 min | Last month

Philadelphia Flyers beat Pittsburgh Penguins to start season

"Begin their season with a 6 to 3 win over the Penguins of Wells Fargo Center came by double use. Dave, You ram here, David was Ah, pretty special night for a few flyers in particular, wasn't it? It was Carol 60 from players scored goals, and two of them were Nolan Patrick and Oscar Lindblom both off deflections Patrick missed last season with a migraine disorder. Lindblom recovered from cancer. This was also Limb Blondes first game at Wells Fargo Center since head coach Alain Vigneault revealed post game Both guys got a big cheer from their teammates prior to the game. You said his one disappointment on the night was that the building was empty, noting how fans would have reacted really nicely to Oscar. We did find that we did not find out that Oscar scored until well after the game. It was originally credited to Travis. Connect me. It's actually Oscar school, so that's better. I think than me getting one. I mean, if you watch the highlight, it goes off Oscar's head in the net, so I'd rather him get one tonight and does well. 20 year old Joe Therapy, had four points a goal and three assists. Carter Heart had a bad turn over that led to a goal for Sidney Crosby but otherwise made 31 saves. And the Flyers went two for three on the power play. Carol Good start to the 56 game season Sounds more

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Retail Sales Break Records During Holiday Season

Yahoo Finance Daily

02:24 min | Last month

Retail Sales Break Records During Holiday Season

"The us department of commerce's monthly retail sales report is expected to reflect more moderation in consumer spending at the end of two thousand twenty consensus. Economists expect that retail sales were flat in over november. After a one point one percent drop during the previous month while spending likely increased steadily. On a non seasonally-adjusted basis the ramp in seasonal spending was likely lower than in previous years as the pandemic steadily worsened through the month and fewer family gatherings took place over the holidays. New amora chief economist. Louis alexander said in a note. Friday restrictions on restaurant activity resulted in sharp declines for open table data suggesting a decline in food service spending during the month however this will likely be offset to some extent by large increases in gasoline store sales considering higher retail gasoline prices during the month the november retail sales print represented the biggest drop since april's record plunge as virus related restrictions constrained spending on services and more than offset ongoing strength in good spending a nearly eighty percent plunge in department store sales and sharp declines in clothing store and restaurant spending contributed most heavily to the overall monthly drop in november but even with the month over month decline retail sales remained higher by more than four percent year over year thanks to a surge in spending on goods earlier on during the pandemic period. Total sales are set to close out the year better than they started it with our forecast for flat sales growth in december consistent with a four percent year over year gain. This remarkable feat cannot be said for many areas of the economy that continued to reel from the pandemic wells fargo economist. Jay bryson said in a note friday but retail has disproportionately benefited from a surge in good spending that said there remains wide variation in sales by retailer and we expect that these dynamics of varying sales continued last month amid rising virus case counts a weaker than expected print. In friday's retail sales report could also signal some additional pent-up. Consumer demand could come back for goods consumption in the coming months. Bryson added if sales exceed our expectations however it would be further support of our forecast that after a year defined by the virus households spent in record numbers this holiday season as the yearn for comfort and normalcy. He added for

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Job growth crashed in December as COVID-19 surged

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00:32 sec | Last month

Job growth crashed in December as COVID-19 surged

"In months. The Labor Department reports the economy lost jobs in December 140,000 jobs Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House, his losses are acutely felt in those industries that have been battered since the Corona virus pandemic triggered widespread closures. We saw that with the decline of almost 500,000 leisure and hospitality jobs, so start job losses at your restaurants, hotels and really, the things that consumers have have had toe pull back on.

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"fargo" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Sonnenfeld. It wasn't that hard. I gotta be seen the guy. She didn't say she was married. I mean you know where to begin with movie. Fargo summer to begin. Sure do it up. Dude go ahead. This is a true story. The events depicted in this film took place in minnesota nine thousand nine hundred eighty seven at the request of the survivors. The names have been changed out of respect for the dead. The rest has been told exactly as it occurred Yet john is. Could you just like be a little bit more miserable please. I need to be a little bit more miserable delivering all you. The last time. I did this i got paid in. We'd do know how toby works. I know but so just just just walk everybody through this. is john. Lyric cat right reading the opening title card fargo which is not read. That's correct if you look at. It feels like a texas chainsaw massacre thing and i think the genius of this movie i mean. There's a lot of genius of this movie but putting that title card up there and people like being suckered into that at being. This is obviously not true. Yeah i mean. I remember the first time because i saw this movie. And let's say like early high school like rented it on vhs. Like i was totally fooled. Because it's one of those things where it's like. Why would they lie to me because when you see those things in movies it's like all right. Yeah okay. I feel like this being such a big ninety s movie. What informed like the blair witch project sad campaign a little bit. I know other horrors of shit like that. We were just referencing texas chainsaw. But it's like it's almost became like a ninety of ood movies real from real stuff. But like it's not the crime of the foot going into the what's it called. The wood chipper like that was from a case has nothing to do with minnesota and it happened around the time they were writing us. And it's it's a thing where like a stranger than fiction kind of thing like it feels like a true story because everybody is just so bonk wa wonky and look the way the people act kind of a thing. Yeah yeah no. I totally see that i mean it's it's just yeah. It's that combination of. There's all of these influences from stories of like it's too. It's like almost too weird to write kind of a thing. Which is i mean. It's also like the coen brothers bread and butter in that way. Although i will say i think march i think march gophers as her garson is probably their best character period. Yes like she may be the of and these are guys who have made some of the best of the last three decades of movies. Yeah this is the one that always sticks with me more than any of the other ones. It's so interesting because like she has actually just watching a feature wreck before we signed up sick because we got the blu ray to watch this and oil and throw that blue money. That richard not dollars a dude. Say this fargo blu ray where you got fucking seven ninety nine targeted so but it was a friend that doorman talking about how she doesn't come in through half the movie which is interesting. I timed it actually. Good call steve. Thirty three minutes and be how you know. When they were shooting the movie they really thought it was gonna be bruce semi and the semi. And what do you call their stromer movie. You know anybody. It's gonna be this movie cool hitman. They're going to be the thing that really sticks with you because it was always like the performance were so great etc that the set was really buzzy about them and then it just turned out to this thing. Where like what you think about what you think about. This movie is either her. Or william masonry one of the other. She's at odds with the world view of the cohen's yes that's a big thing. I think everybody up. Almost every other character is settled into the world of the cowan's she. That's a good call. She's a character. That doesn't seem to fit in the body of work and not just in this movie. Like she doesn't yeah she's like an anti coen brothers character. What's interesting about two is like. She doesn't bring any of that shit home with her once she gets home like the bloody world of the cohen's is outside the door and that's fine. I'm gonna go watch tv and go to sleep exactly. I'm going to come up with john. Carolingian talk about his stamp contests that detail and just him in general is like a warm bath. Like what what a fucking teddy bear a dude and marry would it be. I want him to be my husband. John to be my husband and he looks like a husband from minnesota brainard rather but like he does have that like. That's what's so great about giancarlo is he does have that everyman quality to them. I mean i've i've been saying this on this show off and on for the entire ten years we've been on the air but he is. When you're when you're talking about like underrated actors. I feel like john carroll lynch is the dude that like i wanna make the thing that gets him an academy award. You know what i mean like. He's a fucking good man should have been zodiac. Did he should have been zodiac. Should have been in go. Oh see what you're saying. Yes you should have also been the zodiac killer in real life though. Also that would be nice very gentle guy like. I'm sorry i'm doing this. I want him to kill me..

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"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:10 min | 3 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I think that's the problem Fargo season for it. Just it just the thing. It was Ostensibly about the thing is supposed to lure people in. Just there wasn't much there there. Would you know. I think i'm with you. I didn't like much about this finale. I i've progressively like this season lasts as it's gone on And i think it's because it may be felt like it. It had a a message was trying to tell us in a told us pretty early on. I'm trying to think like this credit. Cards stuff The lawy- had going with dated way back to the beginning of the season The effectively in the opening scenes of this season. It tells us everything we need to know about like the melting pot. That is america And maybe it's just because. I largely agree with the thesis of the season that i'm taking that away immediately from. Oh yeah. this is where they're going with this and this is what it's doing I think i think mostly it's a success In that regard more than success in entertaining me or or engaging me on like a an emotional level It's it's a much more like intellectual season of fargo than i'm used to seeing and in that it doesn't entirely work either 'cause like every other season i feel like i was entertained the entire time i was not like sort of looking at my watch saying. Oh yeah this is a thirty minute episode. They're using fifteen minutes of it on this assassination. Seen that i don't even think is believable. The first place. There's just a lot of stuff in there that it just didn't work for me really didn't although i like. I like what they were trying to do. I think it's hugely ambitious. It's a tough thing to do with that overarching message for the entire season and they get around to that speech from ebola. I think the best scene in this episode is that able telling roy how it's going to be Yeah no this is a writer This didn't even cross my mind. Like i thought i was going to be the king of kansas city. And here i am. I'm just another cau- g- in this this conglomerate now you know and knowing where. This story goes in kansas city over the next thirty years Twenty years whatever Where mike milligan ends up working in kansas city mafia. All that stuff works it. Make sense is just like the pieces that they put together to get their did not entertain me at all. Yeah and i think it goes down. There's a lot of things like i think Like i said. I think people persuaded me about what he was trying to do with the casting. The stunt casting a comic characters these these mob bosses i i understand that and I understand some of the other stuff he was was trying to do it just like you said it just didn't quite come together for me like it's yeah that central arc of like lloyd being clearly the best person like i. That's one of the things that had very little drama season. I knew there's no way that any of these fools could beat loy cannon. He's he was. He was too smart. T resourceful to.

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"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

"And i don't know that's necessarily a bad thing to have mary sue and your story. It is a trope. Certainly but i mean fargo leans into a lot of archetypes right like the dumb criminal. Architectural is something they lean heavily into At i think you can do it. But man you gotta do something original with it. And i don't think they did here because some people will defense in the mary sues her flaws that like no one really is on her side like everyone like she's a she's the best person in the show but no one's no one can see that not school administrators. Not in you know. No one takes seriously. That's not a counter indication of mary. Sue mary sue's a lotta times are unappreciated genius. You know that are not. They don't fit in or not accepted by you. Know because people don't appreciate their their next level genius If i'm being super generous. I would say they're tali wants to use the mary sue in this case of black girl to drive home the point that no matter how intelligent and well put together and articulate. You are as a black person. You're not going to be taken serious. Which is you know. The speech that oriented gives her at the interests episode. I that would be maybe not too generous. I think that is what they're doing It's just like is that enough. Yeah and also like if you're white guy right in the young black girl like what flawed do you give her that. Feel the to feel comfortable writing about like you know what. What's what's the thing that she's going to overcome you know like. Oh god. she's she's a black woman living in his racially divided house. In this back you know culturally backwards spot in the mid west embroiled in a gang war. Like maybe she's got enough external Threats and flaws and things. She's gotta just standing there like the The in she's in You know waist-deep fast-moving water and it's miraculous upstream. She doesn't need any more problems. She stuck in this. This this this undercurrent right. So i don't know It's it's tough. Like i said holly bid out a bit off a lot trying to to do this. Particular season and centered on so many different things in a way that the i think. The watchman dodged all this by just like you know what this is this is about. This is about a particular thing particular people and how they deal with it rather than let's also try to soften it by bringing these other perspectives. And what they think like. It's it's a lot harder when the laser in and focus on. What the watchman who's trying to do versus So many things he's trying to do on Here in fargo last email From for kanda from chippewa New york says the line that nurse oriented the his ethel rita. What does it feel like to be so sure. You're right and know that nobody cares. It's been the plight of many black people in america with the most recent protests illuminating. How this mentality and reality is still permissive. This episode though is the first episode of the season that fell kind of flat for me. There's oriented interaction and dialogue was the highlight. The back story of the ghost haunts at the read. His family was powerful but confusing roach was evil and he's alive. Is he a protector now. Why does he likes sunlight. I hope i don't know maybe some of the things i said were persuasive or explanatory on that Hopefully guy tunnels backstory. I also found poignant. He's obviously suffering for ptsd but show signs of status behavior in the manner in which protected himself from atta leans adalina father..

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"fargo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

06:57 min | 3 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Thin slices of characters. Yeah i think with ethel. Her storyline is also very frustrating because she narrates the very first episode and then she kind of gets pushed to the background for the next couple of episodes when they focus on all the men and the gang warfare. I think to me she is passive. But i also think the relationship. She has with her mom and her aunt. And we haven't even mentioned yet that the two outlaws and i think this is where i kind of really liked the show and the way in which the women get to have fun in some ways but to one of the outlaws. Her name is zilmer roulette and she has a partner slash lover named swanee caps bank robber escapees and they have a really interesting couple of scenes with ethel where they kind of talk about and again. We've already said this. But there's a lot of life we're gonna talk about crime and talk about america and what it means but that really interesting scene where they talk about the difference between being a criminal and being an outlaw and i liked the way they play with that in the way kind of sparks ethel's desire to not be as passive as she is in the first episode and showed there won't spoil it for those who might not be completely caught up but she does kind of take action in a way that i think will propel her story forward hopefully and will make it a little bit more interesting. I wanna talk a little bit about just the way this relates to the fargo universe in general. Now i have to say that i. This is the first time i'm watching. I've seen the movie. Of course. But i have not watched the series and so i'm curious to hear your thoughts. I know you said the legion is something you prefer. But you know when it's firing at all cylinders for you. What does that look like. Based on the past seasons of fargo. What he does is. He usually puts a who is entirely sympathetic. Empathetic in the center of the peace like usually law person who is kind of pursuing justice and as kind of a marge gunderson from the film. Stand in this time. The law giver. We get the main guy. Anyways played by timothy doesn't trump till episode three. You know he goes against what i was saying. He's kind of a rounded character because he's got sides to him some of which are very very ugly one of the things that i really like about this series as it's developed is that there are connections between seasons or years and has connections to the original film but they come to slant they come at oblique angles. And i suspect and we can't talk about this. Because i don't think these episodes of aired yet but i think there is a very clear connection between this season and season two of the show. Yeah yeah we haven't even talked about ben wishaw who plays the irish and i guess what they call him but his his nickname is rabbi. Irishman also brings us to the central conceit of this which is that as we mentioned earlier. The two families swapped sons and took them as hostages just so that they could keep things peaceful and of course this is fargo so things go awry. But the irishman play. Ben wichita is a character who was one of those kids who was traded when his family was part of the like the the war against the italians and so he has like a sort of backstory. There i actually thought he had a little bit more of a rounding as you talk about than some of the other characters do just because he kind of waffles. Back and forth between loyalties and whatnot. And sometimes you don't know necessarily how he's gonna react to it when he's going to do but i also think i just kind of have a a love for ben wishaw anytime. He's in something. I'm just taken by him. Oh i completely share that. Absolutely and he is playing at much closer to the vest. Then a lotta these other are doing and the guy who plays jason schwartzman's brother he's played by salvatore and he is going big he does not have a scene where he is not bugging out his eyes in a very. Unblinking way to be threatening but ben which of course has been with on he. He can do that in certain movies. But certainly that's not his His wheelhouse and at the end of the day though because of that switching of the sons. And how you see how that happens across generations. i am not convinced. This show has as much to say about race as it seems to think it does. It feels like it's pushing these characters into slots as i mentioned before to affect the story beats in stead of having the story grow out of choices these characters make but that's an rn for the long haul. Watch to the end. Even if that end is one episode. Longer than i thought it was going to. I mean to that point about raise. I have to completely agree with you on that. I think that the way in which this show almost always or this season almost always deals with race is through big sweeping monologues. And some of them work glenn term in who is is a great character actor in plays laws. Like right hand man. He has a couple of those scenes where he's talking about. There's one monologue where he talks about being In the war in rubber two and coming back in the double vivere victory and how you know black people were not given what they were promised for fighting for the war and oh man that was probably my favorite scene hands down but then chris rock also has another very obvious one where he's talking about. Oh well you know. We're not just fighting for territory. We're fighting four hundred years of oppression. And i was like i mean yes but do we really need to do. We need to sign the so much. I wish there was just a little bit more nuance but overall the race part aside i really do enjoy a lot of it so i find it very entertaining. Da well we want to know what you think about season for fargo. You can find us at facebook dot com slash p. c. h. and on twitter at p. c. h. m. that brings us to the end of our show. Thank you glenn for being here as we and of course thank you for listening to pop culture. Happy hour from npr. And if you have a second and are so inclined. Please subscribe to our newsletter. Mpr dot org slash hockey culture newsletter. We'll see and that same since the nineteen eighties. Hip hop and america's prisons have grown side-by-side disconnection to see how it lifts us up and holds down hip hop is talking about what we live trying to live the american drain. Thelen at the american dream. I'm sending alan. I'm rodney comart. Listen now to the louder than a riot. Podcast from npr music very chase the collision a rhyme and punishment in america. 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"fargo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

08:02 min | 3 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"No a holly prefers to call each new installment premiered on fx in september. Now if you're familiar with the series you'll know that it is part of the coen brothers. Cinematic universe it's very loosely connected to their nineteen ninety-six movie of the same name and each season takes place in a different era with a new cast of ayla stars in character actors. This time around. Holly moves the action to kansas city and early nineteen fifties. Chris rock plays a black mob syndicate named loy cannon. He challenges the reigning. Italian american gang led by jason schwartzman's justo fata now from these warring factions. We've got jessie buckley playing a nefarious nurse. Timothy allah font playing determine sheriff on the hunt for a couple of outlaws and lots of monologues about what it means to be an american. There is so much going on here. glenn what did you make this season so far. Well i mean just generally speaking. I'm all in for noah hawley as a rule though. If you put a gun to my head which is a thing that happens a lot on the show. I would have to say that. I prefer his other fx series legion. And not just because. It's a superhero riff which it is. But because it's even weirder even more stylized even more idiosyncratic it's also not for nothing funnier when fargo isn't firing on all cylinders when it's not at the peak of its powers it can't help but feel like a coen brothers pastiche and that's unavoidable. I get it. It's in the dna the show. But i think his voice is stronger on legion also legions about mental health and addiction were fargo is about as you mentioned violence capital v. in america capital and i just kind of gravitate toward one more than the other. Now we should note that production of the season was halted by coping nineteen and it started up again later. I've seen some speculation that that might explain why this season feels disjointed. But i think the real issue here is just how overstuffed. These episodes are with storylines and characters. I mean i'm looking at this. Cast list and i stopped counting at twenty five. Which for television. That is a russian novel. I mean that's a lot. They were also supposed to originally just be ten episodes but he realized midway through the season that had too much material so he got fx to agree to do an eleventh episode. I could've told him that was going to happen. Fifteen minutes into the premier season for because it's just so many things going on here and because there are so many very i don't know eight quirky outsized bigger than life characters and just performances which are to be fair. A hell of a lot of fun to watch. You could almost convince yourself that this is a character driven show or even a character study but this has never been that this is a potboiler. It is a purely plot driven machine in which yes as you mentioned characters. Occasionally get to deliver monologues. This season about what. America is but every time that happens i keep thinking about all the storylines. We haven't caught up within a long time like what's going on with the nurse. What's going on with the prison. Escapees and i usua- what the hell's going on with the ghost coming. What is the ghost when we go back to the ghost. Am i forgetting about a ghost I'm always having a good time watching the show. I wanna make that clear. It doesn't look or feel like anything else on television. Even in the prestige era and there is a joy to just kinda laying back and surrendering to these plot mechanics. And the way they intersect for example when a poisoned apple pie gets introduced. You just sit back and wait for the chekhov's pie to pay off when it does. It's really satisfying. But not because you care about these characters right because in a very real sense you don't have enough time with any one character degenerate much for them. In my case. I just admire the craftsmanship of the storytelling but it is a purely intellectual response. So i mean. I think i might actually like this a little bit more than you do. Glenn i will say i almost gave up on it after the second episode. The second episode. There's just so much happening. And there are so many characters. And i'm already very bad with names and faces like michelle was really bad with names. Yes yes in the first episode. They do give you like You know title cards for various characters on their introduced. But that's not really helpful if you're watching a weekly show and not necessarily binging it so i have a hard time. A lot of these. Like henchmen like side characters. Who aren't jason schwartzman. Or chris rock or glenn term and i don't know who these characters are and so i had to follow it now. One of the things that i appreciate about what is trying to do is it is time is familiar story about the american dream blah blah blah. But i feel like there are moments and scenes. That really stood out for me. I came into this very skeptical about chris rock and whether or not he could play this like menacing mob. Boss i have to say most of it is this bias. I have ever since. I saw him in an episode on empire where he's supposed to play a drug lord whose like feared by everyone and he was chris. Rock was not given me fear he was giving me. I'm reading these cards. You can see me reading this line and my voice is disconnected from my body. So i came into it with fat i actually think him and jason schwartzman who is another person. You don't necessarily expect to see playing a mob boss. I think they are doing really interesting things with their roles. They're not menacing. they're not supposed to be menacing there instead. Calculating in jason schwartzman's case his carriage fata is very kind of bumbling and awkward and weird. He kind of gives me roman vibes from succession. Like he's right of squirmy and just awkward and overcompensating. Totally overcompensating and chris rock. He wants to do better for his family. He has all of these ideas. There's a scene early on where he talks about. He actually goes to meet with the bank and the white bank owner and talk about this idea for a credit card. And he's forward thinking he's kind of like the stringer bell of this where he's like. Yeah i'm in this sort of dirty crime business. But i also wanna think ahead and try and like go a different route and take like more business like approach to these things. I liked all of that. I will say that yes. It's trying to tackle so many things at once that it doesn't quite land and neither of you are. I have seen the entire series yet because they made nine episodes available to critics ahead of time. But i kind of wonder we're all this is going to wind up in where it's going to land and it's just there's a lot it's just it's just a lot. It is excess. There is a lot. And i think for me what i was grappling with is the Em four-star distinction between flat characters around characters or. Maybe i should say that the way. It just sounded coming out of my mouth. The forster distinction between flat characters characters. I mean you do need both in fiction and flat characters are your secondary tertiary characters. They serve the plot there a built around a single idea. A single trait a single characteristic. And every time you see them they execute it. They do the same thing. They don't surprise you. they're not built a surprise. You but you want your main characters to be rounded gotta have nuance onset got have fastest. They're gonna grow and they to be capable of making a choice that surprises you. I'm looking around this thing. I see nothing but flat characters. Which is what happens a lot of times when you're doing pastiche satire or farce. I mean jason schwartzman. I agree is great. But you go to jason schwartzman when you want max fisher. The mob boss right. That's going to that guy for. And i agree chris rock. He's surprised me here because he's digging in and he's serving you anger but there's no human what he's doing no nuance and i really liked. The performance of jessie buckley as nurse mayflower. She is not recognizable from when she was in. I'm thinking of ending things. That's a completely different. This actress is huge range. But she's doing a very specific thing every time we see her. It's a hell of a lot of fun to watch but that character is only got that one note to play. The only exception i see possibly is the character of ethel rita. The younger laid by crutchfield. But that character is so kind of impassive. She's not showing us much. I suspect we're going to see something from her. But we're not seeing it yet because we are getting such.

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"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Season. Four episode titled the deer iran. What did you think of this. The low point out. No the deer of argosy four. I thought it was higher than that. But we've hit rock fargo bottom here. Baby i don..

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"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

"I think she ate a pie she sitting on the table like here's the thing. Here's difference like I see a pie that's put on my front porch I. Don't eat it. I said, I'd throw it immediately in the trash I see a pie sitting out on a friend of the families countertop. And I have no problem thinking Oh, that's I can eat. Treasure or you come home and there's a pie on your kitchen table like, oh, I didn't didn't know they're cooking today but shit, there's a pie on it. Yeah. Yeah. Wycombe. I'm with a I did love the just carrying this around like not dropping. Him. As, an audience member like I want to see this, go off right in every opportunity they gave him to drop the Pie on the ground and ruin the pies and no, one can eat it. Yeah. I'm thinking please don't drop that Pie. They gave me exactly what I wanted every step along that path they did is such. It's such great like I. Love The little t touch because I found myself thinking the same thing and no, a hall he's got his hand on my shoulder as he. Always, goes back to the pilot I relaxed there. I haven't forgot about this fucking Pie. Let me tell you. I thought that was really cool I. Love. We talked about the scene transitions all the different like way they block off stuff and do transitions I love the one that dissolved in to the front of the car. Purple Wagon that the Rabbi Middle goons rolling around in which beautiful car by the way. There's a lot of really those just just artistic touches the hollies known for. Even, the careful use of color in everyone's dress and grooming them backgrounds and the cars like. It just it just really it's just really POPs. Yeah. The one guy. Who is trying to do the hit? This episode has like this red coat that matches his red car. I couldn't help but see that he's like coordinate a top to bottom in his life not just wardrobe. Yeah. The guy looked amazing the skeleton the the cans call in the skeleton I think Oh. Yeah Yeah. s concludes between the one and the lighthouse and the to attack so far and Fargo is this the year of Prestige Farts? It it might be I've never seen more prestigious farts as all my life you know. You got you got this and the blazing saddles for Prestige farts It's It's a it's a brave new world were plumbing. I can't wait to see twenty, twenty one, inform the by the year of the Fart..

Fargo
"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

"And it's a pretty spooky scene shows Ethel Rita's mom like You know like listening to her talk secondhand about her family being curse I guess first of all, let's talk about that at the family's cursed. What do you think of that? What do you think about that? I don't really know what to make of it. It's a claim that they make. We'll see if that's true. Yes. Seems like Swannee is you think she's taking the pro or anti position that like like if houses can't be cursing, it's would stand an only people can only individuals can then the idea that you have a family curse is nonsensical that it's yours cursed as you want to be. I guess. Yeah. Yeah especially be saying that. By another says. It's also interesting swannee like another individual melting pot or mom apparently some sort of plains Indian or Father Chinamen who worked on the railroads stitch in this country together. Can we aimlessly famously to target of lotteries and theirselves Chinese Yep Here's the thing I gotTa admit I was so focused on this fucking high during the scene because she's down on I only caught the barest essentials of what she was even saying and what the scene was about. Well, it's a lot. It's also like a lot of nonsense like this. Sir. So everything she says got more and more improbable and they all they also preamble it by with like other just telling tales here but she talks about her father being a Chinaman who then could hear whispers on the breeze and eventually lived in a cave with coyote and then the coyote start howling in the background of the scene K, which Fargo was fuck. But she said the like her daddy had one to shadows one for himself one for the devil and then at night I here's where it gets weird like at night he would hug me too tight. And I'm not sure if this is you know another Adam to her like you know trying to rape the Indian out of me versus. Just, saying that her father was so traumatized that he held his family. So tight that was painful.

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"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Bald Movies

"Okay. That's longer now I thought was. It's it's longer I think like all of Legion happened Lucy in the sky with like this man's been busy. Johal, he just hasn't been no he has not been working on Fargo. It's it's been. It's been longer than was supposed to. But still like this thing that seen the light of day in April would have been fully three years since the last time Fargo had graced our screen so. I'm very glad that Fargo back I think that no holly brings always something interesting from a storytelling perspective from a visual perspective and I missed that perspective on television. Yeah. This show is just fun. You know if you've been with us for the last three seasons. There's there's always something serious but there's always those quirks about Fargo making fun. I'm super excited to get to season four looks from everything I'm hearing it's supposed to be bigger and better than any of the other seasons. So. We're we're coming together today to do a preview podcast for season four. Just talk a little bit about the trailers. We've seen the information we know about it. You know generate some hype for it because we're excited for it It's going to be coming back. It was supposed to, as you mentioned, come back in April, but instead, thanks to cove it. It's GONNA be coming back September twenty seventh. And that's this Sunday coming up at it's going to be airing initially on fx network on cable at nine PM, and then it'll be available to everyone who has Hulu the next day It's probably how I'll be watching it. I don't have cable anymore so. Yeah Effects on Hulu Yeah We. Played The playstation Vue they cancelled playstation vue on us. Cable Cable canceled US and then covert happened. We haven't had reason to watch a lot of cable TV and they're going to be airing the first two episodes back to back on twenty seven th. So get ready for that. We're GONNA be doing. We're GONNA, be covering both those the Tuesday after an airs. At total of eleven episodes, I guess. So a little bit longer I think the season than previously in that kind of so yeah. Works out with the the scope and the scale of this thing that I've that I've heard about so. And, our podcast covered is going to be the same kind of thematic.

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"fargo" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

06:48 min | 10 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Like that. 'cause she can. You can get special perks. Guys Right? And now we're family once they have all my info. Just give me a card and punch a hole in it when I buy a thing and then give me a free thing when I punched enough holes in it. You know I'm old school like that. I'm finally. Yeah, so imagine that you are again. We keep trying to put ourselves in the position of the lower level. Employees at an institution like this when you. Like maybe you have experienced a maybe a quarterly meeting, a meeting with your company where everybody gets together, and they talk about the state of the company, and what's going on and everything you know is going up or down, or for this reason for that other reason, things are going great or terribly and imagine you're in one of those meetings, and you know that you your your bank. Your local chain of the bank and your manager, you guys didn't meet up to the standards, but you guys did everything right and you tried as hard as you could, and you made some pretty good numbers, but they're not quite what they were looking for. They're not really even close actually, but again. You did a great job then over this meeting in this caller. However it goes some other branch you know. Let's say dozens of miles away. For some reason they exceeded this gold. It was way out of reach and on this. Call Your boss's boss's boss. On, this call says man. You guys just just killed it. He did a great job. You guys are just Rockin. These numbers mad. We're so proud of y'all. You're getting bonuses. You're getting this. You're getting that. Everybody on this call needs to look up to the to this particular group to this bank and do what they did. And you know, imagine feeling that. Yeah! Then those those people who were meeting these increasingly sales goals. They were the minority. For Awhile and fairly often, and the often had achieved these things through unethical or illegal means since where we are you as you said no, that's February of two thousand twenty just a few months ago. What lessons! Learned from this retail bank conspiracy again, not a theory. It's a conspiracy. Here's the thing part of that twenty twenty deal with that three billion dollar price tag includes a deferred prosecution agreement. An agreement, a pact that could. The, positive way to say it is that the bank could get further criminal or civil charges if it engages in new criminal activity so basically. Pay US three billion dollars, no criminal charges, but you're in trouble because you got caught and you'll be in trouble if you get caught again. Okay, so trouble is somewhere in this equation. My Guy smarten up. We've got our eye on You yeah, it's true. It's wow. I Can't, believe that. They're still around because I guess you know they're one of those too big to fail organizations right, so it's like I, I don't know how you get away with this. And how people didn't do as you said Ben and just pull all their money out. You know and. Even though this is ongoing, it feels even to me kind of like a distant memory. just feel like the attention span for stuff like this for consumers is often pretty short, and if it doesn't actually affect me personally, and why should I do anything about it? Why should I? Go to that inconvenience of pulling on my money out and starting over you know even though it's not that big a deal to start any bank account, but it's slightly inconvenient in them. Right and you're there are. I don't know about you guys, but I will go to extraordinarily lengths to avoid any slight inconvenience. I like a there. was like to play life on easy mode. It barely ever happens, but it's. It's a nice thought You're right. There was a run on the bank but it wasn't necessarily mean there was a lot of. Terrible, PR fall out from this and they went into overdrive on the Bernez Front, but a lot of investors. Reacted because remember they're. They're kind of like customers at bank, but more important. There the better customers, so the bank also wells. Fargo set up a five hundred million dollar fund to compensate the investors who took a hit What do investors say? who took a bath when Wells Fargo didn't tell them. That the banking business they had was not as strong as all his fake accounts made it seem but Asterik that five hundred million dollars is included in that three billion dollars settlement total, so it's not like they pay three billion dollars and five hundred million again. And this leads us to the conclusion as To to your point. To your point mill obviously wells Fargo is still around. It survived the great recession. It assures the public for its part and investors that this will not happen again. This was you know somewhere between a grave miscommunication in the in the command. Or a few bad actors, but the Bank itself, and this is true. The Bank itself never condone this activity. It is true. They just. They forced it to happen. Without realizing it, let's say. But? Here's the deal. Not as though Wells Fargo is acting alone. We've all talked about before the Wachovia dealings and the problems that they had before they were absorbed by Oregon bought out and absorbed by wells, Fargo, the problems with other major banking institutions, including very similarly a little regional bank from Ohio called fifth third. May Have heard of this. You may have seen one of their branches. They've got them all over the nation. There are thousands of them and. They have roughly one hundred and fifty billion dollars in assets and guess what. They're accused of the same thing pretty much the same thing. Yeah I didn't know anything about that when I actually had my mortgage through fifth third's back when I owned a house in Athens years ago. That's fascinating. That's that's news to me Yep. They've been accused of as you said at the same thing right now..

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"fargo" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"fargo" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"U. S., T. as in customer and then put a. Of, like you know numbers and letters or something. It's that easy Jeez? I'm and I guess you had to make so many so quickly. Yeah what they did. Go into that point of desperation, you know and on September eighth 2016. Wells Fargo did. Settle with some authorities. They paid one hundred and eighty five million dollars to three institutions the consumer financial protection bureau. Of the comptroller of the currency, which is a thing and the city and county of Los Angeles..

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"fargo" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"fargo" Discussed on The Journal.

"The committee will come to order soon. After the details of the fake account scandal became public congress demanded more answers from wells. Fargo but I today. We were received testimony from John Stump. He's Wells Fargo Wells Fargo. Ceo and chairman. Who's with us today? Welcome to the show a few weeks after the settlement goes before a very important Senate committee. I am chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Wells Fargo and it just is a complete disaster being this partisan age. What was really remarkable. Is that both sides of the aisle. Just irate Republicans are being incredibly hostile to him. Elizabeth Warren is just. That was very good for you personally. WasN'T IT MR STUMPF? Extremely angry and his responses were very term. I know this. They broker our code of ethics. They were dishonest and he reiterates that it's the level people and you know doesn't really provide very much information. He comes across as a little bit evasive and each answer just like makes them angrier and angrier. Evidently your definition of accountable is to push the blame to your low level employees. Who Don't have the money for a fancy pr firm to defend themselves. It's godless.

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"fargo" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"fargo" Discussed on The Journal.

"Two thousand fifteen business was good for Wells Fargo? It was seven years from the financial crisis. And they're really the only big bank that comes out pretty unscathed. They're making tons of money at this point financially. They're doing great especially whenever grasping to find a way forward. Rachel and sign covers banking everyone else in the doghouse but wells. Fargo is seen as this old fashioned plain vanilla bank that just focuses domestically they take loans they make deposits and they're very proud of how well they're doing and they're sort of perceived at this time to be a good guys definitely. Fargo road this reputation to becoming the most valuable bank in the world but as good guy image would soon be destroyed as revelations emerged that Wells Fargo. Employees had been opening millions of fake accounts. It's a scandal that engulfed the bank for the last three years toppled to CEO's sparked multiple government investigations and last week cost the bank. Three billion dollars in the latest fine today on the show what happened at Wells Fargo and who should take the blame for what went wrong. Welcome to the Journal. Our show about money business empower. I'm Caitlyn and I'm Ryan. It's Thursday February twenty seven in September of Twenty Sixteen Wells Fargo settled in investigation with the government that it hoped wouldn't get much attention but when the specifics of the settlement came out it quickly became a much bigger deal. The settlement show that employees at Wells Fargo branches had been setting up accounts that nobody had ever asked for and the number of these accounts was staggering in the settlement documents. That comes out that there have been millions of these fake accounts bent millions millions checking accounts savings accounts credit cards personal loans. I mean what they say is that it was the culture. Basically what you had were these extremely aggressive goals that were set by the very top of the bank. These goals were part of a legitimate business. Strategy executives knew that the more accounts people had the more revenue. The bank was likely to make per customer so they pushed employees to sign people up for as many accounts as possible. The way it was supposed to work was that if somebody walked into a bank branch wanting to open a checking account employees would also try to sell her a savings account. Maybe a credit card to the strategy was called cross selling. It'd been a key part of Wells Fargo's business approach since the nineteen nineties. The idea was that the various things that have been could give you a loan checking account a savings account. They were like products in a store and idea was that they wanted to give you as many as possible. Wells Fargo was actually very public about this policy and was proud of how good it was getting customers to sign up for multiple products for years. The story that the bank was tying the outside world was. We're so good. At selling people multiple products. They had a goal of eight products. Were so good at making sure that the typical person who walks in our branch and gets a checking account a few years later has eight. Different products is that the slogan of the bank is to have go for great. Yes but this sales culture had gone awry. What the two thousand sixteen settlement revealed was that managers were putting intense pressure on workers in Wells Fargo branches to reach their targets. The way that that played out day to day was people whose managers would check in multiple times a day and be like okay today. You said you would open ten checking accounts. How many do you have former employees? I spoke to just describe a culture of Mrs. I've heard this from a lot. A pupil of constant checking in constant hovering by the managers to make sure that they're meeting their goals just an enormous amount of pressure. To do literally whatever you could just to keep your job. I mean. There wasn't incentive component to it where you weren't going to reach your bonus if you didn't meet the goals but a lot of it was just like existential fear being fired from your job which is a pretty big and you have to put yourself in the shoes of the typical bank branch employees. I mean these are the people who were the lowest level folks at the bank. They a lot of times. They didn't go to college and they have a job with good benefits at a big company which can be pretty hard to get many employees. Felt like they just couldn't hit the targets their managers or pushing them toward so to hit their numbers in order to keep their jobs. The settlement revealed that employees started going to extremes. They started opening fake accounts so there are a few different tactics. One was a lot of the accounts were made for real people so they might know that you Ryan were wells Fargo customer and just you know pull up your information and put it in as if you had asked for a second checking account. I don't know why you would have needed a second. Jackie and they would put in fake information a lot of times they would put in a wells. Fargo email address so that you would never receive notification that you got an account. Employees had other tactics to in addition to making extra accounts for existing customers. Employees tried to pull in anyone they could to set up accounts they called friends and family members asking them if they could open a checking account or new credit card in their name and employees sometimes left the bank branches to canvas people who might be easier to quickly sign up so they would go to retirement homes and other places and just try to pitch as many people there on bank accounts as possible. I think the Mexican consulate was one of the places. Those like places where people may not necessarily know what they're signing for right and that was one of the questions that came out of the initial 2016 settlement which was were they targeting folks who might not be as vigilant or might not be native English speakers and understand the disclosures documents that were sent to them as part of the two thousand sixteen fake accounts settlement. The bank agreed to pay a one hundred. Eighty five million dollar fine over what we're called quote. Widespread illegal sales practices but executives at Wellsfargo at the time seemed unprepared for how the news would be received after all wells. Fargo had only made a few million dollars from the whole scheme wells. Fargo thought that like many banks settlements it would just be like a one day thing. We'd right shirt story about it. And then move on and they could just continue on being the best bank in the world over. Yeah but it did not blow over it. Blew Up I. It's what we got big scandal at Wellsfargo. That's what we got. I mean big developing tonight from the live desk the next step in the Wells Fargo scandal the escalating wells. Fargo scandal could go all the way to the CEO's office with a backlash building top executives at the bank had to come out and do some more explaining in the following days the bank CEO. John Stumpf did an interview with the Wall Street Journal where he placed the blame on bad employees. He also said the perpetrators had been fired over the years. The bank had fired more than five thousand mostly lower level employees in connection with the fake accounts. They respond Mrs both the CEO and CFO with the view. That this isn't a big deal. This is over with the settlement and this is really just a few bad apples. So they're low level people who didn't understand culture didn't act the right way the CFO. At the time said this is completed matter but the matter was anything but completed and by seeming to minimize the scandal. Wells Fargo Stoke the anger of the public and federal lawmakers. And that would open the door. Even wider set of problems for the bank. That's after the break..

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"fargo" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"fargo" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Three fifty seven in the afternoon somewhere in Minneapolis in Fargo. Hey, Dan, how's life? Life is good. Welcome back to the soliver whole to those of you listening along with us. We are actually in the car. We are right now. We are on the road making about three and a half hour drive from Minneapolis. Saint Paul of to Fargo North Dakota where we're going to see or go to state presumably lose to the Colgate. Wow. Last. I heard the line is come all the way down now. Full gates favored by fourteen what it says. Yeah. Yeah. This has been a very flat drive. It also feels like we've been awake for about ninety two hours streets. He's very early this morning. So okay, let's rewind. So it is about three o'clock local time somewhere between Minneapolis and Fargo, very slept. Very very slow. Extremely flat. And you've spent the night at my apartment did slept on the couch. We got up around four AM, and let's LaGuardia flew, Minneapolis. We got got breakfast brunch with podcast or friend of ours. It was very good. It was it was the thickest bacon. You and I have ever consumed. It was. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was about as thick as Derrick Henry Stein. Slough? It's almost like you had that comparison prepared. I didn't action. What the road the open road does too. I like this. I like Thai out of PA is something to be it is it is. I wanna I wanna rewind for second place people. Enjoy a good travel story or a good travel for story. You just give you good forty five seconds on what went on next to you on the plane. Oh, yeah. The the DMZ was broached. There's a there's an unspoken agreement that the breasts is is a nice border. Setting and the woman next to me the armrest went up to like a forty five degree angle. And there was there was some beyond be action there. Yeah. There was some beyond the action. That was not my favorite you hearing comfortable with then. Yeah. It was just unexpected. Yeah. I like my space, but a three hour flight we are here as time mentioned because what started as a being amused by patriot league football and appreciating in our own way turned into photo cookie. It's actually really good really really good. And then they upset James Madison you jokingly. Start tweeting live show from Fargo in all caps. And then review texted me that we alluded to it on the show. More twitter. Weirdness sued with the SPN wanting us to come and telling us we should be on the sidelines, which is not happening. But. We talked. And we said, you know, what screw it? It's gonna Fargo. I've never been a far note you'd never been a Fargo L to have a dome. Do it's not the kid be dome. Well, it's a dull and. We should be there in a couple of hours the plan to night is to meet up with the the POWs we have ESPN covering the game. And we're gonna curling curling allegedly. See if it actually happens, I've never been the apparel to go. Absolutely. We don't know. Have you been early? Have you been hurling rink? I've played shuffleboard and I've been to nice rape. Right. Never doing both at the same time. I definitely not somebody with curling experience. We're just going to see how we do. I guess is poorly. But in an entertaining way, also potentially tearing our Royds. Yep. Well, I mean, that's always on the table. Right. And then we're gonna wake up early tomorrow morning. We're gonna go tailgate in eleven degree weather. We're gonna take an uncomfortable picture with short sleeves and nothing else on Porky pig it, right? And then we're gonna go in for some good, old fashioned college football and watch the raiders. And the bison play just interject for one moment. I'm reading we just passed by gentleman. They North Dakota license plate driving. What appears to be a Subaru outback where you can't boy hat. That's very Calloway Jerry Ota. We've were not in North Dakota yet, but he is headed where we're headed the up, and if you'll very own brand Subarus are bigger than I would have figured in terms of popularity but I think it's the all wheel drive or the four wheel drive. It's a first tile spark via. The Korean Australian, and they have an outback model have not gonna look it up..

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"fargo" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"fargo" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Three fifty seven in the afternoon somewhere in Minneapolis in Fargo. Hey, Dan, how's life? Life is good. Welcome back to the soliver whole to those of you listening along with us. We are actually in the car. We are right now. We are on the road making about three and a half hour drive from Minneapolis. Saint Paul of to Fargo North Dakota where we're going to see or go to state presumably lose to the Colgate. Wow. Last. I heard the line is come all the way down now. Full gates favored by fourteen what it says. Yeah. Yeah. This has been a very flat drive. It also feels like we've been awake for about ninety two hours streets. He's very early this morning. So okay, let's rewind. So it is about three o'clock local time somewhere between Minneapolis and Fargo, very slept. Very very slow. Extremely flat. And you've spent the night at my apartment did slept on the couch. We got up around four AM, and let's LaGuardia flew, Minneapolis. We got got breakfast brunch with podcast or friend of ours. It was very good. It was it was the thickest bacon. You and I have ever consumed. It was. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was about as thick as Derrick Henry Stein. Slough? It's almost like you had that comparison prepared. I didn't action. What the road the open road does too. I like this. I like Thai out of PA is something to be it is it is. I wanna I wanna rewind for second place people. Enjoy a good travel story or a good travel for story. You just give you good forty five seconds on what went on next to you on the plane. Oh, yeah. The the DMZ was broached. There's a there's an unspoken agreement that the breasts is is a nice border. Setting and the woman next to me the armrest went up to like a forty five degree angle. And there was there was some beyond be action there. Yeah. There was some beyond the action. That was not my favorite you hearing comfortable with then. Yeah. It was just unexpected. Yeah. I like my space, but a three hour flight we are here as time mentioned because what started as a being amused by patriot league football and appreciating in our own way turned into photo cookie. It's actually really good really really good. And then they upset James Madison you jokingly. Start tweeting live show from Fargo in all caps. And then review texted me that we alluded to it on the show. More twitter. Weirdness sued with the SPN wanting us to come and telling us we should be on the sidelines, which is not happening. But. We talked. And we said, you know, what screw it? It's gonna Fargo. I've never been a far note you'd never been a Fargo L to have a dome. Do it's not the kid be dome. Well, it's a dull and. We should be there in a couple of hours the plan to night is to meet up with the the POWs we have ESPN covering the game. And we're gonna curling curling allegedly. See if it actually happens, I've never been the apparel to go. Absolutely. We don't know. Have you been early? Have you been hurling rink? I've played shuffleboard and I've been to nice rape. Right. Never doing both at the same time. I definitely not somebody with curling experience. We're just going to see how we do. I guess is poorly. But in an entertaining way, also potentially tearing our Royds. Yep. Well, I mean, that's always on the table. Right. And then we're gonna wake up early tomorrow morning. We're gonna go tailgate in eleven degree weather. We're gonna take an uncomfortable picture with short sleeves and nothing else on Porky pig it, right? And then we're gonna go in for some good, old fashioned college football and watch the raiders. And the bison play just interject for one moment. I'm reading we just passed by gentleman. They North Dakota license plate driving. What appears to be a Subaru outback where you can't boy hat. That's very Calloway Jerry Ota. We've were not in North Dakota yet, but he is headed where we're headed the up, and if you'll very own brand Subarus are bigger than I would have figured in terms of popularity but I think it's the all wheel drive or the four wheel drive. It's a first tile spark via. The Korean Australian, and they have an outback model have not gonna look it up..

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"fargo" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fargo" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Right there's a there's a window yeah and typically what you do is if you if you exceed the window then what customers will try and do with respect the to the to the to the bank is to get an extension right to say okay i get it there was there was a problem we went the inspection turned up this you know whatever and so we want we went extend beyond the window and then the question is okay you can extend the rate locked beyond the window but the bank is going to charge you a fee and then the question is who's responsible for the fee and win in particular when wells fargo itself was the reason for the delay their internal policy was we'll pay the we wells fargo will pay the feet all right do you want to guess whether wells fargo paid the fee now of course not they guess no they didn't pay the they charged it back to their clients and and and you know i'm sure many people listening have gone through that the home buying experience so many damn documents and fees and nonsense i mean it's pretty easy to smuggle this in somewhere just pages and pages of crap and you go you show up at closing and that's exactly right like there are literally hundreds of pages of documents i will tell you i read more of my closing documents when i when i bought my house than i think anyone ever and even i kinda gave up like halfway thrilling you just too much it's i read quickly and i'm a lawyer and it's boilerplate but you know at some point you just sort of give up and sign and yeah and i just hope i'm not getting screwed yet whatever.

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"fargo" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fargo" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Fargo lord good logan and on a girl biomarker how are you i'm good dave how're you dave logan welcome welcome all she almost screen your debt free congratulations your garage oh man and feel so good to finally be done with all that much did you playoff uh we paid off it was a little over ninety six thousand seven hundred dollars while how long do the turks 28 mom good for you and your range of income during the term so it started it just under read about forty thousand dollars and then went up to about sixty two for you guys well done what do you do for a living i'm a i've been doing everything in the past the 28 montage third my paramedic mostly um i work on the ambulance and then i'll food teach cpr classes and uh um by leave the paramedic program for our for our part of the state while good for you very cool olica what are you do our own stayhome mom or the at domestic david you got to meet this cow she is amazing at cutting costs let's fabulous very race what kind of debt was this nine seven thousand dollars uh we had uh a collaboration of everything on so a big ball 'cause student loans we had about sixty thousand dollars in student loans on i guess sixty two thousand five hundred forty she didn't long none of which remind so that was a struggle for me but we had home repairs we bought a home um about two and a half years ago some credit cards medical bills and furniture and a few other random saying what happened twenty months ago the butcher goes on this journey.

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