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224: Aggressive West Coast Seagulls

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In this episode, we explain why you should never leave a suitcase full of pepperoni on your hotel balcony. We also talk about breaking old habits in Vegas; T-Mobile’s latest lawsuit; the blackest black and pinkest pink; what happens when you invest in customer service. All this, a listener question and so much more.

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#214: Two Artificially-Intelligent Bots

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we share a couple of stories to contrast truly great Customer Service and… well, whatever that other things was. We also discuss Doritos solving a lady problem; how Facebook’s newsfeed change has affected traffic to news sites; and how a court ruling impacts embedding tweets. All this and more artificial intelligence.

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#201: The Party Continues

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In this episode of the UnPodcast, we continue our Episode #200 party with our live studio audience. We talk about Alison’s retirement plan and Scott’s need/love of an audience; Amazon’s creepy new delivery service; the sad Instagrammy place we’ve come to as a society; Southwest is fixing something that isn’t broken with rock bands; a couple of listener/audience questions and a made-up word. All this and more!

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#179: Are You Not Entertained

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#133: We Don’t Spend Responsibly

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The Three Billion Dollar Cleaning Man

Wes is the three billion dollar man to me. But I’m getting ahead of myself…

It’s no secret I “enjoy” Las Vegas. After going there 14 times in the past four years I consider myself an unofficial tour guide and resident of Sin City.

A place you can’t miss on the strip is the Wynn. Very fancy, very pretty and very expensive. Since the place cost 2.7 billion dollars to build, I assume selling 99 cent hot dogs isn’t gonna make that money back.

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