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Kyle Morton, Jennifer Hufnagel and Shannon Rose Steele of Typhoon perform "Morton's Fork" live in the Magnolia Avenue Studios of KDHX in St. Louis, September 17, 2013. Hosted by Allen Dahm for Bittersweet Melody. Audio by Dan Kinney and Joe Mullen. Video by Ed Kleinberg.
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A Morton's fork is a type of false dilemma in which contradictory observations lead to the same conclusion. It is said to have originated with the collecting of taxes by John Morton. The earliest known use of the term dates from the mid-19th century and the only known earlier mention is a claim by Francis Bacon of an extant tradition. Under Henry VII, John Morton was made archbishop of Canterbury in 1486 and Lord Chancellor in 1487.
For example Morton Fork Gang has Guy Segers and Joe Higham. The remaining members of the band show further collaborations. Dirk Wachtelaer (drums) also played in Galileo’s Left Wing, Vanishing Pictures, Pablo’s Eye, and Moving Tones. Michel Delville (electric guitar) has been a mainstay in Doubt, Machine Mass Trio, and The Wrong Object, and more).
Morton's Fork is the Season 1 finale of Fargo, as well as the tenth episode overall. The episode premiered on June 17, 2014. Molly takes the lead, while Gus pursues a hunch. Lester manipulates a situation, and Malvo finds a new target. The episode opens up with tire tracks in the snow leading to what appears to be the aftermath of a snowmobile crash. A trail of footprints leads from the snowmobile to a hole in a frozen lake.
Morton's Fork is a coup in contract bridge that forces an opponent to choose between: letting declarer establish extra tricks in the suit led; or. losing the opportunity to win any trick in the suit led. It takes its name from the expression Morton's Fork. It appears that South has both a heart and a club loser. Although South can establish another winner in diamonds, just one discard on a diamond honor doesn't help.
Morton's Fork (Fargo). Morton's Fork" is the tenth episode of the FX television series Fargo. It was written by show creator Noah Hawley and was directed by Matt Shakman. The episode was well received by critics, and was seen by . 8 million viewers. It is said to have originated with the collecting of taxes by John Morton Dilemma. In some instances, such as Morton's original use of the fallacy, it may be that one of the two observations is probably valid, but the other is pure sophistry: evidence of possessing wealth may be genuinely irrelevant to having a source of taxable income. In other cases, it may be that neither observation may be relied upon to support the conclusion properly. For example, asserting that a person suspected of a crime who is acting nervously must have something to feel guilty about, while a person who acts calmly and confidently must be practised or skilled at hiding guilt.
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|A1||Lawrence Of Australia
Written-By – Geoff Leigh
Written-By – Mark Bogaerts
Written-By – Daniel Stockart*
|B2||Don't Blame It All On Broadway
Written-By – Joe Higham
- Bass – Guy Segers
- Cello – Jan Kuijken
- Drums – Pierre Narcisse
- Saxophone – Daniel Stockaert, Joe Higham, Mark Bogaerts
- Saxophone, Flute, Voice – Geoff Leigh