24 Burst results for "Moen"

"moen" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:20 min | Last month

"moen" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"I still asleep that great. Still doing crazy things in my sleep. Somebody's shooting at me or somebody in the house or somebody's touching me. You know if. I sleep in a vault at night. I think would catholic. I'd sleep better. Always like i'm on guard. Something's gonna come in and we were under threat. A lot of people didn't know that f. b. i. was giving us briefings. You know that you've pissed off this group and they're going to kill you and your family you know so there that hanging over your head waiting is ready. You know. And i'm not sure that i didn't have an encounter. One time i was mowing my yard. I live way out in the country if the gravel road in front of my house and anywhere without a gun moment yard with good but how moen in this car from colorado comes down. It goes down that road. I'm looking at what are you doing here. And then it turns around and comes back at the stops on as i'm mowing and stop the lawnmower. There's a male driver and we sat there and looked at each other for a second pistol out later on my lap and he drove off never saw him again. And i wonder if it wasn't a test run. You know. they they checked me out. You know is an easy target or not pistol up. I guess they figured out. I wouldn't play f. You know that was right after shooting. Probably two months after the shooting two thousand so late summer. You're always on guard. You're always ready to you. Know accent bene- five. I'm looking for six and seven. Because you know i know it's coming and i'm ready for a mindset toge- mindset. It's not gonna happen to me. That shit don't happen around here. You're you're screwed. You know the whole thing about a routine..

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Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

Native America Calling

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

"The minnesota court of appeals has up held approvals of permits for the line. Three oil pipeline. The move is seen as a win. For enbridge energy the company behind the project but indigenous groups and their allies. Fighting construction are not backing down mike. Mohan reports in a two one decision. The court said state regulators acted properly when giving their consent align three which is being built to replace an aging oil pipeline that runs across northern minnesota winona. La duke is one of the leading tribal advocates speaking out against lying three. She says the state including governor at him walls has let them down. I am so dismayed by. The court of appeals and we will stand in resistance with thousands of others. This summer is young. She says the ruling will result in more people arrested or heard with opposition surfacing along the construction route last week. Protestors held their largest gathering yet resulting in arrests after people locked themselves to equipment. Meanwhile the duke says they're pleading with a biden administration to intervene canada-based end bridge says lion three creates thousands of jobs that high degrees of safety are being applied to construction and maintenance installation of line. Three is nearly sixty percent complete and the court noted its presence while troublesome too many groups and tribal members is less of an environmental risk than the current line. But luke says it's a direct threat to natural resources. Tribes rely on watersheds are now subject to bridges aggression and destruction. Even if this decision is appealed to the minnesota supreme court opponents. Worry that would take a long time before a ruling is issued. They say that's why they want. President joe biden to take action with construction moving forward now. is mike moen

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"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

07:10 min | 7 months ago

"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Just as a thing of like. I guess i could i. I need to hurry up and put a pf sense router. And by the time. I do that the needle be gone right. It'll be back down to you. Know five hundred. Five hundred gig easily doable. I mean i go through almost two terabytes. And that's just mainly just me and hannah and doing some other stuff so i am damning. Oughta games and some of that but yeah. That's just me aaron. Do you even google both have wi fi match wi fi systems that will that can monitor the devices and what band with. They're using and yeah. I think so. And then you can actually throttle Bandwidth to your kids devices and prioritize. Your own i know. Google does that really well. I haven't experimented with it so much with the euro system which is amazon system. I mean how smart is that. Give give your kids the laggy internet while you're trying to podcast or have a video conference right. The ability to be able to prioritize. Your internet is a must have for a lot of families. I think yeah. I just don't in time. You know figuring all that stuff out inst- you know now you're you're talking about another three hundred dollars to get those the and so i'm gonna i wanna limited for the month i was just like okay At least cox allows us to kind of upgrade and downgrade through the app. Really easy and so. I can go in and at any point in the month. Kind of downgrade or upgrade kind of based on my usage downgrading like they make that a little bit harder at it does carry over till the next month. That some of those other things but isn't it. Isn't this like your analogy for hitting the like button at the end of the broadcast that you think you're going to do it and then you don't jim forget downgrade the internet next month and we're already doing now for this arena right on. It's it's one of those. It is one of the things. I 'cause i. I worry about this every day. I'm like owner. How much bandwidth debuts today are. When am i going to get that note from cox that that i've gone over now being unlimited now. I don't care. I'm kind of like a setup that box and let's tv to the world bite as well. Right i don't care kennedy. Also it completely changes the economy of the way. I handle internet or the way i think about it or not have been trying to skimp and save and kinda like ours this bandwidth going and now i'm like you know. Turn the faucet on water the lawns all day. Long by the way might my water. Bill went from fifty to ninety after one summer watering the lawn. So mike watering on the summer. It's much as i last year. S become cover that when we have mckay back on the show but Yeah it's one of those kinds of things keeping track of that. I need to. I need to figure out a way just as we kind of bring us in for a landing. I i gotta tell you about this. Really high tech coffee pot that i got this week. We've actually gone very low tech. And i got a regulator Just a regular coffee perk stove top perk. It was fifteen bucks a fifteen sixty. See kind of on the screen right now Feels like it is as cheap as it looks. Let's just be really came in a box for me. It was on and We we've been wanting to the i have a perk. I have an all in one perk. So you plug it in. And then you plug that into the wall and the the base on the bottom heats up the water really really fast by the way but the the fatal flaws the plug. You have to you know. When you're washing that thing out it gets water in it and so the The ends began to rust and eventually corroded. And it's not working really walk so i've been wanting to try a stove top percolator. We bought this one. It was just really hilarious. So i i i had to try it right away. Came in a box. And i was wondering if there's anything in the box it was so light. It's not boxed at all it was just had a had a piece of plastic wrapped around it and Uh so we took it out Washed it and then and put on the stove. And we're doing some things and tim. My son says data things going to melt right on the snow. It just felt cheap and flimsy and actually makes a good pot of coffee so for for all those smart devices that we have out there. I guess i'm andrew maybe for a change i'm actually citing with you. 'cause anders Lots of times it does some you know. He's kind of old school guy. Why can't i just use lights. Why can't they just work right right. But old school coffeemaker old school percolator. It makes really great coffee like it is just. There's something about perkin coffee. That just changes the flavor. It's just it's just delicious so yup fifteen fifteen dollars. Low tech options now. I'm going to be honest. i'm probably gonna buy a better one but at least now you've got a benchmark you've got your. Yeah 'cause i never. My mom grew up with my mom making. She made coffee every in fact. I'm hoping someday i'll inherit. I don't want any anything else of hers. But i do want that. Coffee maker the perk ca. She's made fifty years a coffee in it. I mean it it. The coffee tastes so great in those things because it's just been seasoned right. I mean they are installed when you guys are you guys. Coffee drinkers I in the van house house coffee made in the van. How do you guys do it. we have a percolator the will use over the campfire But more often than not. We'll just boil it in the kettle. And do we've got kind of like a cone pour over system and then we'll just sort of make it by the half pot kind of thing to keep it hot. 'cause we don't really have a good way to keep it hot but I am. I picked up. An espresso. pod Expresso machine a few weeks ago. 'cause i've been you'll deal fighting version the orig- i think the called original well not around exactly I've sort of been fighting with my old machine which is a it's a what is it called. The super machines made by company called jura and the machine makes good espresso. It does everything for you. You don't have to worry about it but it's massive so in the context of renovation. We're trying to find better options that are also smaller. So i thought well i'm going to investigate this espresso route. Because we actually jim to your question we will use presto pods when we're camping or in the van and i've got a hand pump Expresso pod machine that. I can use to make espresso coffee so i thought you know. It's great for the vans great for camping. Maybe it'll be the answer for the kitchen. And so i just. I broke down and finally bought one. And there's a review on On tech gadgets candidate dot com and on the youtube channel. Which is you to dot com slash aaron.

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"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Gonna full control over the lights including the color temperature including adjusting your scenes on off dimming. All that south on the light switch and it will line up with what you're doing on the app so one of the problems of smart lighting has always been. It's great when you do it on the app but if somebody hits the wall switch everything's gone right. You gotta start over with these lights. It's designed to be in sync so whatever you're doing on the wall switch isn't going to affect the scenes that you've set up and vice versa. So you can kind of pick up where he left off. So i'm super super super excited about that or electricity. Put those in On the weekend and he slake yeah. These are kind of cool. So we're going to be able to like completely adjust the temperature of light for you know a nice warmer light for dining a brighter waiter late for the kitchen. When you're cooking you know nice late for the office. it's. I'm just super excited about having all these lights. These smart tuna. Led lights from light line in my house. Do you go ahead. No go ahead mike. I'll say it is amazing. How much temperature makes a difference so in our kitchen. We have just the regular light bulbs. And i just went to the store and grabbed lightbulbs. And also i put him in and we're like whoa because we're used to the warm and his like white white white and it was a it was it was off. It's weird. how much kind of changes and we use them for a while rand like well you know. We just bought nine of them. And i don't have plans. I can put nine of those and then it eventually. Those like that is not the mood. We want our kitchen. It was just weird. It was way too much in the morning especially But there were times where it wasn't too bad and like when it's really bright out it kind of helps but then if it's dark at all that warm so men being able to control it around. The house has to be amazing. So how many total fixtures you guys put in. We've got thirty. And i think we're going to get pretty close to that in sort of all the rooms and all the zones the other a couple of other reasons we chose this company is that there downgraded so we can actually put them in our shower in the bathroom and not have to worry about them. So we've we've had those added in as well. And i just forgot the other great reason i was going to add these light. My mind has gone blank. Do you find it. Overwhelming of all the planning on you know could scenes and temperature and direction. And i mean does that. Does it get a little overwhelming. I know when. I go into big projects like that. I think skivvies so great and then he started digging the details. Like oh my god. This is way more calm. You mean on the reynaud as a whole with lighting is you think about where you're putting them but temperatures you want and you're gonna have to set all that stuff. Yeah i i actually was. This was what i was going to say about. These is when we were shopping for pot lights. In a lot of cases we had to choose if we wanted that harsher white late or the softer yellow late and it was kind of an either or prospect so being able to choose the color temperature you want and not just something that you're gonna set and then have to go back and switch but you can adjust constantly. I find a lot of comfort in that. Because you know. I'm not quite sure how i might be using my new kitchen. We're going to have some workspace in there in a bar space. So you know if i wanna do a podcast from there. I want to shoot a video from there. And i want a bit of a brighter light more. Tv style studio lights. I love the fact that i can adjust that so and i think these are kind of. You'll want to set up the the scenes or the rooms and kind of what your options are timers and things like that and for me. That's fun for me. And i think it's the kind of thing you may be due at the beginning and then you probably don't touch it a whole lot after that so i think some people might feel like they're intimidated by like. Oh my god. I've got set up thirty lights in you. Know four or five rooms and it's gonna be really terrible But companies are making these really easy now and they're super user friendly and this company in particular uses the whiz app which is another smart lighting company out there so they've sort of You say lifted. But i assume they licensed this technology with the app and stuff so the really trying to make it easy and consumer friendly so that anybody can do it. Ten years ago programming your lights would not have been something. I would either have taken on myself or advised anyone else to do the fact that i can have my election. Do the setup it is it is. Diy if you're comfortable with with installing your own fixtures which. I have done before. But i'm just for this scope of project. I'm not doing it myself this time. So i mean get the contractor to do it and then you know. Just get the app setup and and program once and go and i'm really looking forward to what i'm able to do with them i'll i will definitely have to report back. We'll have to hear that goes. That's one of those things to you know. You say i'll spend a bunch of time i'll figure it out and then we'll we'll we'll then i work until it doesn't like the remote goes or one of the you know something goes out and then you gotta figure it all out again.

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"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

02:01 min | 7 months ago

"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"To mike's point those on the headphones and i have a pair jabra. Here i think these are forties They turn in and go flat rate right so in in this case they actually have around case that goes around this that you put them in to protect them right on the on the new mac or on the new max. Airpod max right. North dakota airpods max with an x. It's got almost a case that goes around just the ears the ear Cover shots yeah the cans and then it's got like a snap that goes over the top that kind of pull it all together in one piece. Right where the bose units you know. Those are familiar with boasts. Those kind of roll up like a snake. In in the case right they get really small in there. And you can't really on themselves and then you can zip them into much smaller space. You have to really great design bike. And i have a hard shell case. That is not going to get crushed. And that's even better. 'cause i have the old quiet comfort fifteen's i think before. They did the they still fold flat but so the case is a little bit bigger but still hard shell case right like. When i was traveling. I throw that thing around and not worry about it and i was using them all the time. That's kind of more. What i expected on the apple side and maybe an opportunity to use a case that would have protected them more in charge them. I dunno so and that part just baffled me. there's always some of those things Interesting it's almost like they just got done in like shoot. We've got the case and we're going to try and launch these things. They kind of rushed it and didn't really think it all the way through five hundred and fifty. Us dulce for those so In the ipod or the I'm sorry airpod pros on all these. These are hard to keep track of mac line from computers. Like i don't know the difference between an air a mac and it'll look aaron macbook pro. Yes like i don't know.

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"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

06:12 min | 7 months ago

"moen" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"They're worth it. I have a really hard time and i'm gonna say this out of the gate and if this makes me biased before my review so be it but apple's going to have to win me over with these because they're hella and they're over ear headphones so they're bigger. They're a little more intrusive. There are a little more obvious when you wear them. I mean the the great thing about the airpods pro is that you know half the time if you don't want somebody no you're wearing them. They might not know whereas with the other the bigger headphones everybody can see them. Which i guess is probably part of the point of the airpods max. There bit of status symbol. I guess so. I just have to know if they're worth it. If all of this additional technology. They've got the spatial audio but pro tip. I won't tell those of you out there who were considering these headphones right now. If you already have the airpods pro earbuds the latest firmware update on the airpods pro. Earbuds give you spatial audio. Which is the huge feature. The apple is touting with the airpods. Max and spatial audio. Anybody can stop me if they've already heard this. Feel that spatial audio. Basically gives you sort of a a wider and deeper sound stage and more realistic sound in three d. space if that makes sense whereas sort of stereo audio essentially feels like it's beaming into either side of your head from either side of your head so it's supposed to give you a more realistic experience and spatial audio will also do something. Where if you're watching it from a phone or an ipad in front of you and you turn head or you move around. It will actually anchor the audio to the device digitally so it sounds more like things are coming from the spot in space where they should be coming from. So there's some really cool features. Like i said you can get the spatial audio on the airpods match right now and it is really cool. So is it going to be like five hundred dollars. More cool on the airpods max with an axe. I'm not sure. But i will report back. I'm excited to hear about those. Because i thought the same thing and you know. I think sometimes a lot of people are quick to get on apple for their prices especially for their their pro line of computers right and everything but these are for professionals and the status of just wanna have them. I don't think they're probably not intended for everyone. There are high end audio headphones. You can buy. And i think this is just part of that but i i really wanted to the sound quality Spatial audio the interesting part to me. It seems like there were some spaces where they knocked it out of the park and the case for them is kinda surprising and like how they fold. I'll be interested for that part of your review on like usability in day to day life because like that case just seem so nonfunctional but you need the case. Because that's the only go to sleep right like you have to put them back. In that case they go to sleep on. It looks looks non protective look. It just looks wonky in a very yeah right here. So you're almost in your head a handle. It's an awkward purse. Yes and that's actually a lot of space. I mean especially if you guys yet don't want to look like they're carrying a purse one of the fact that they're open on the bottom if dropped. That isn't going to scratch those on the but it. Just it's all the things were very ottoman case whereas i bet they're going to sound phenomenal lot of really good things. There's a feeling like that's surprising. So maybe third party cases or you know an upgrade of the case at some point account for that. Yeah well. I just wish. They folded a lot of the The over ear headphones. Like i think it's the jabra's and the j. b. c.'s. That i've tried actually full on themselves. So they are a lot more compact without having that sort of awkward bulky case over top of it but these are. These are all the questions i need. Things are and we know. Are they going to have transparency mode. They're supposed to. I think because that is my all time favorite game. Changer feature of the airpods pros. Because you don't get that like on an airplane feeling in your ears of. Because i have these other earbuds us actually upstairs for my nvidia shield and every time i put him in. I feel like pop your ears. Because you know. They they wedge. They do create a nice little sound barrier. And i don't hear anything else but man there they don't have a need to wear them on an everyday basis. I couldn't do it. I pretty much live and transparency mode. I thought i would use more noise cancelling by love transportation. When you're driving you feel safer when you're out and about when you're wearing around the home i i love transparency measures. It works really well so you have headphones transparency mode. Don't these do but they're not like they're just not active. It's passive right. It's the way they've the earpieces are built. They allow ambient sound to come in right there. Were designed like an open design. Yeah they just do the. It just allows sound. Come in so you you. There were designed by athletes who were spending a lot of time working out outside and didn't wanna get hit by a car so anywhere in the bullies. Earbuds why you are b d. Ask your buds been around a long time a ten years or so A group athletes got together. A couple of guys got together and like you know. We need better cassette. The you're making mike. You know you put those in and they block your your canal. And and that's at the time ten years ago that's all that's every headphone every year. But you had did that right and now so they created a cup though. The design of what goes in your ear allows at ambient sound to come in it's a membrane where that sound can come in. It's not perfect but it was very interesting so But to mike's point yeah sometimes the bows have it but you were mentioning real quick so folks who are watching on video and i'll try to explain this a day. Mccabe gave me some feedback. Like hey a little more descriptive for us audio listeners. Right so mike..

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Virgil and the Funeral for a Bug

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:51 min | 8 months ago

Virgil and the Funeral for a Bug

"Was a poet who lived in the first century. Bc e during the the augusta periods of early imperial room and You might know him best from his most famous work the epic poem the aeneid which is about sort of the founding lineage of rome and the adventures of the trojan hero aeneas who after the trojan war travels from troy and eventually becomes the ancestor of the roman people Virgil is often considered one of the greatest latin poets and he was wildly popular during his own lifetime You know he. He received commendations from from kings and the wealthy. And and you know everybody thought like this. This guy is just got the juice. And i had virgil on my mind A lot last year. Because rachel and i were re-reading dante's divine comedy. And if you'll recall of course virgil is the pilgrims guide through hell and purgatory and the divine comedy so the spirit of virgil. He's been living out the centuries in limbo because Though he was a very virtuous man he's one of the virtuous pagans. He was never baptized as a christian. So he can't go to heaven he's got a hang out in this sort of antechamber of hell where everybody sits around sighing. Because interesting has ever happening to them. I have to admit that. I tend to when anybody mentions virgil. That's the first place. My mind goes is dante's inferno which is probably not fair. It's like if you were to mention the name of socrates and there was someone were to go. Yeah yeah he's in bill and ted's excellent adventure that's exactly eighty nine. That's exactly where i knew you were going with the villain ted. Yeah yeah the that is pretty good because though it slightly different because it's not a it's not at all parodied in the divine comedy. In fact i would say it's exactly the opposite in the divine comedy. He is he is revered. Yeah yes he. He's reimagined as this like superhuman wizard. For for dante he Virgil is the embodiment of wisdom and reason so for the intended readers of the divine comedy. We're supposed to understand that. Virgil is like a ten out of ten platinum level. Cool be st is just like this ultimate wizard of knowledge and about half of the state you remember. How like basically every other time. Dante talks in the first two books of the divine comedy. It's just to say like virgil you are so right. I would never doubt your wisdom. Tell me more you know and it kind of stinks then. Because i remember when we got to the end of the purgatory and virgil does not get to move on to heaven with dante. He has to stay behind and be beatrice takes him on from there. We're really mad. That virgil didn't get to go to heaven. Yeah yeah no. I mean so much so much time is devoted to him. It also much stripped away at that point. You know. it's like if it's hard to follow dante in into paradise just because you know that there aren't going to be any demons playing trumpets with their bombs or anything there's gonna be Monsters so much and virgils not gonna be there. So it's it's part. Three in a series is always tough. Yeah i agree. Yeah the the trilogy is a hard sell to to complete with dignity. And but i think for modern readers that sense of injustice about virgil that is interpreted by the characters in the inferno as you know perfect divine justice. It's the one person version of the dynamic that plays out throughout the whole thing whereas they're going through hell it just seems like wow. This is really unfair. Yeah but anyway long. Before virgil was guiding dante up the mountain of purgatory in his post mortem shade form people were telling lots of legends about his life and one of those legends. Is that once at his home. In rome virgil built a tomb and held an extravagant funeral for a dead fly. Like a fly as in the insect with six legs and wings This story is very probably untrue. And we'll get to why. That is in a bit. But i i wanted to explore some of the details and for this. I was reading an article by george pendle in cabinet magazine. In two thousand seven called virgils fly and he describes the legend in the following way quote held in the grounds of virgils home on rome's esquel line hill. The funeral attracted the great and good of the city. Dirges were sung and tributes read virgils. Patron my sinus delivered. A lengthy and moving eulogy to the departed insect and virgil was himself said to have uttered a few of his exquisite versus over the tiny carcass tomb had been erected and the lifeless body of the fly was placed within it to the whales and moen's of the professional mourners so lavish where the commemorations that the cost was estimated at over eight. Hundred thousand sister. She's so that's the gist. According to the story virgil and his close friends spend huge amounts of money and effort to celebrate the life in memory of an insect concluding with the insects burial in a marble tomb. Why on earth would this be. Well the legend itself also contains an answer to this so to read from pendle again quote but the reason for the funeral was not due to extravagance interest or even emotion. Having defeated julius. Caesar's assassins at the battle of philip pie. The second triumvirate was at that very moment. Engaged in confiscating the states of the rich and dividing them among the war veterans returning from the battlefield only one exception was given if the estate held a burial plot. It was not to be touched by burying his housefly. Virgil saved his house.

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"moen" Discussed on Home: On

Home: On

06:47 min | 11 months ago

"moen" Discussed on Home: On

"I am very happy to be talking with you again today. About what's going on in the smart home at mohan as i mentioned at the top of the show. I'm excited that. I have firsthand experience with some of this stuff when i was at c. e. s. a. Pink joked on the last show. That feels like it was hundreds of months ago. But when i was at. Cas this year. My favorite product. There was the you by mohan smartphone. I was blown away by this thing. So i'm excited to talk about that. I'm excited talk about other stuff. That's going on and i remember. I think it was the first smart kitchen summit about five or six years ago that i interviewed somebody from owen even before you had product out but certainly your company was thinking about smart home at the time and smart kitchen and what their role was going to be in that space and now we have stuff in the bathroom. We have stuff in the kitchen. We have whole home solutions. That you're partnering with so. I'm going to turn it over to you because i've been doing all the talking and i'm gonna ask you to tell us a little bit about how mohan is approaching the smart home and where you got your start with that. Yeah yeah absolutely. I'd say this twenty twenty has been an exciting year as far as our products evolution. And what we've launched and brought to market to really excited talk about a few of those things in particular the smart faucet that you mentioned. But before i talk about that let me get a little overview of how mo in were really addressing. The smart and bringing in our perspective of what water should be in can be to consumers and it really starts with this holistic view of smartwater. You mentioned one thing right. You mentioned whole-home we mohan wanna bring smart water into the whole home for our consumers that started back in twenty seventeen with the launch of our. You buy shower product which is really if you haven't had a chance to use it. Think of a shower oasis right. You're stepping into a shower and you can do all of the advanced functionality of voice assistant control and being able to preprogramed a temperature of your shower to start at a specific level then twenty twenty we launched the you buy mohan smart faucet which is another amazing extension highly highly utilized space within the home in the kitchen where people spend a lot of their times we heard from our consumers and our users out there that they want more smart capability in the kitchen. And are you by moen smart faucet as brought that similar capabilities and advanced capabilities of being able to control temperature. Right when you want it having the convenience of completely touchless control of that product and lastly bring it all together again in this whole home. View is our partnership with the flow technologies and the smart water security products for anyone. That doesn't know we announced in july. A majority ownership stake in flow technologies. And it's a smart water valve that has the ability to proactively. Control the flow in your house and predictively. If you have a leak in your house it will automatically shut off that water to your house preventing catastrophic damage. So it's really this entire view of the home that we're really excited about bringing new capabilities into smart water products addresses a very different use case in the home. The shower when it first came out. I will say i was a skeptic. I am still concerned about the idea of installing any connected or smart home product in the infrastructure of my home. That's something that makes me very nervous. I have a shower right now. That i have to rebuild because the faucet after thirty some years started leaking. I've run panels about the dichotomy between the life of smart product and the life of a durable good in the home and so those types of things to me are hard to reconcile by. I'm friends with the ceo of the company. That did the back end. Work of that product for you. I am a big fan of the idea of more connected stuff. I wanna be able to tell my assistant to warm up this shower for me. That sounds like a delightful idea. So there are trade offs. I think that people need to think about when they're looking at products like that as far as the flow product. This is something that we're also in the process of reviewing one of our contributors just installed flow in his home and he's been setting it up and going through the process working with his plumber. Trying to understand how it works. So we're excited to get some more experience with that able to share what that experience was like what that learning process was like. I think that's a brilliant product. And i remember talking with gave the founder of flow when the product first came out and all the potential things that this could do. You know. you don't really think about it. But the way what are gets used in a home can be quite indicative of what's going on in the home is what are running when you're not home. Why is what are running. When you're not home is a toilet flushing. When you think nobody's home why would that be happening. The things that you could potentially monitor and react to in a smart home through technology like what flows offering that just fascinates me. We like to say we're raising the bar on smart home technology and really it boils down to this concept which you just mentioned. It's giving control to the homeowner to the consumer user at the end of the day in areas that they want and need right and this idea of smart water security is not a new thing. It's been a persistent problem in the space example. Is you leave your house and you go on vacation and you come back home only to find out that you had a leak while you were gone and your house is underwater be amazing aspect with than what. We're really proud of with our slow by mohan. Smart water technology is that that can all be prevented right. That can all be prevented with one device and vices. Once you have an issue you know you want a product to prevent that issue from happening in the future and that probably proud of it. And we're really happy to see this partnership really take hold and we've covered this in the past so i don't wanna get into too many details. But the gist of flow is that it's monitoring what our usage intelligently detecting different patterns.

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It's Okay To Sleep Late (But Do It For Your Immune System)

Short Wave

02:11 min | 1 year ago

It's Okay To Sleep Late (But Do It For Your Immune System)

"Obviously. We're all focused on staying healthy right now and one of the most important things you can do for your body hit that pillow and get a good night's sleep so just woke up a little bit about the prepare myself for this interview. Had A cup of tea here on a cup of tea. You can do anything. A person can do anything. Moines Hassen is asleep medicine fellow at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston for the whole year. All you do is have clinics and we leave cities so by the end you are in a unique position to address people who sleep disorders and help people who have not been sleeping bill and recently on twitter. He wanted to explain that. A good night's sleep. You know the kind where you feel. Restored and energized can happen at different times for different people so on March first. You tweeted the following. I don't know who needs to hear this but you are not lazy if you are waking up at noon all caps yes moines. What compelled you to tweet this so I was with a young patient and he was not my first who I've a lot of patients that showed up like this and extending to him. You know what you normal physiology is and he from a very young age he has been told. You have to wake up early. That's what people do her successful. If he slept in by noon his family would be really upset. And you know and he would feel guilty and was affecting his whole life and explain to him that look. This is your normal body geology. You have a deletes circularity phases basically means that your body clock is designed that you played and wake up lead. The best thing for you to do is to follow that right. And he actually. I think I could sense the relief in his face a physician telling him it's okay. It's not something bad is not something to do. You can do this. Moen's twitter post about that patient super viral and his explanation for why some of US have a delayed circadian sleep phase resonated with thousands of

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Early Spring Steps to a Greener Lawn this Summer

Your Gardening Questions

02:41 min | 1 year ago

Early Spring Steps to a Greener Lawn this Summer

"Successful growers for generations so Ashton. This is One of those weekends you know the jacket weather is Fred. Likes to call it We're GONNA get some sunshine and people are going to be raring to get out and do some things in the garden now. Outside of just some basic pruning and cleanup. Is there anything we can do yet to get a good looking lawn? This year I I always liked to do is Is is take a leaf. Rake and just kind of give a like raking Is Not the garden right? Not The one with the real stiff Steel times but the one that This useful raking leaves in the in the fall. And that way you can just rake up any mad at leaves or anything that's That's you know covering some of the bare spots. Open THEM UP. A little bit I don't think you'd probably have much snow this year but I if you had to spots of do Brown Long Tan grasp leads that are all stuck together matted together like the glued together that helps them up so air can get to the crown of the plant And usually you WanNa do that before you put your first feeding down and so You know it's a good way to get some exercise and It's a good way to maybe if you've got a teenager that needs some extra money. Good way to kind of employ them and you had to slip them some cash and and exchange for kind of helping out while I am. I don't have any teenagers left. And I've been out with the rake just because I have sweet gum trees and I gotta get all those little balls up. That have dropped all over the long some years worse than others but yeah they they really start to show up this this time when we get some wind fall off the trees and boom. You think you've got them all and you come back the next day and you. Ho Slug Up. I'm again yeah. Whoever decided to plant those the street trees I'd like to talk with them other beautiful but boy. Oh boy yeah. Yeah I'm not sure I it's not one of the. It's not one of the trees that you think of as your favorite trees. That's right talk a little bit about the first feeding of the lawn. Wendy usually start doing that Typically after you've done your first one or two MOEN's and And your first feeding is either going to be a regular food. Our lawn food with the CRABGRASS Brenner And if you're GONNA do any ceding In the spring then you wanNA use a special crabgrass prevent are. That's that's it's compatible with grass seed. It won't cause us a regular grab grab They

"moen" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"moen" Discussed on KDOW

"Market wrap with Moen sorry the daily show that brings you the latest financial news expert guests from around the world in the answers to your financial questions if you missed the show on the radio get the market wrap ask and listen at your convenience just filed count to fifty on your cell phone and use the key word talk tomorrow once you have the market wrap out the show will download automatically to your smartphone every day SO dial pound two fifty on your cell phone and use the key word talk tomorrow to get the market wrap it's no secret that the wealthiest people in the world to use real estate to become rich for almost a decade clients of Pacific private money have consistently earned seven and a half percent and more secure primarily by California real estate seven and a half percent and this is not free it's a mortgage backed investments for you earn one to banks look around and tell me who's bold enough to promote annual yields of seven and a half percent and more call Pacific private money and join the thousands of California residents watch their savings grow a seven and a half percent return security was real estate is worse the call for more information call Pacific private money at four one five three twenty one fifty that's for one five three twenty one fifty or visit their website at Pacific private money dot com that specific private money dot com all investments had been here Chris due to market fluctuation in your individual results may very based on the best the station does not guarantee nor endorse any investment or investment strategies the first thing you're going to have to learn is that until you stop expecting our politicians or anyone else to change your life your life isn't going to change.

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"moen" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"moen" Discussed on KDOW

"Wrap with Moen sorry the daily show that brings you the latest financial news expert guests from around the world in the answers to your financial questions if you missed the show on the radio get the market wrap ask and listen at your convenience just filed count to fifty on your cell phone and use the key word top tomorrow once you have the market wrap out the show will download automatically to your smartphone every day SO dial pound two fifty on your cell phone and use the key word talked to blow to get the market wrap get total freedom in your life safely and quickly build wealth and passive income so you never worry about working until you drop shop for retiring in poverty over twenty eight years ago dell warns we founded lifestyles on women dell has taught over a hundred thousand people just like you the principles of financial freedom for his national radio shows and personal one on one mentoring at lifestyles on women I'm excited to tell you about the real estate workshop that has changed so many lives this workshop takes you inside what we do and what we believe will share with you the five ways we make money in real estate and much more just like your personal trainer the lifestyles unlimited team will motivate encouraged you can get in the best financial shape of your life call eight six six nine seven one eighty nine seventy four go to five ways we make money dot com that's five ways to make money dot com to register for the workshop that will change your life that's five ways we make money dot com former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich this is what finding the cures helping people have complete and biotech investment expert mark Lichtenfeld this has the potential to transform our world in the same way penicillin did during World War two and it could fund the retirements of smart Americans act now will take the stage for the twenty nineteen American health and wealth.

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Tech Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

09:21 min | 2 years ago

Tech Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

The Tech Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:35 min | 2 years ago

The Tech Protecting Your Home From Water Damage

Boeing Slow To 'Own' Recent Air Disasters, Analysts Say

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Boeing Slow To 'Own' Recent Air Disasters, Analysts Say

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from American pest as the leading provider of safe sustainable pest control solutions across the DMV. Let American past help you to take back your home or business. From menacing pests. Visit them today at American pest dot net. Two crashes of Boeing seven thirty sevens. Leave behind a follow up question. What took the airplane maker so long to acknowledge a problem? The aviation system depends on self reporting regulators encourage companies to acknowledge problems working to ensure they have incentive to keep their own business, exceedingly safe and gross. Danielle Chesler reports on some incentives that seemed to encourage bowing to keep quiet when an Indonesian lion air jet plunged into the Java sea and Tober twenty-ninth Boeing issued a statement extending our heartfelt sympathies to the families of the one hundred eighty nine victims. It said initial investigation showed the downed plane had faulty data from sensor, but Boeing also said this. Same plane flew with the same faulty sensor day before and a different crew managed to keep control. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a professor at the Yale school of management says Boeing's response bordered on pointing a finger at pilots overseas. There's a question as to whether or not the pilots followed the right routines initially, and if they were properly trained Boeing put out a bulletin on what to do in case of a faulty sensor. It did not mention that the sensor feeds automated flight control software called m s that was suspected of forcing the plane into a nosedive the FAA certified the seven thirty seven max to fly without requiring pilots to train on or even to know about M S. And then it was business as usual orders. Kept pouring in for the 737 max, the fastest selling jet in Boeing's history until March tenth when a seven thirty seven max flown by Ethiopian Airlines crashed with one hundred fifty seven casualties over the next two days. Authorities from China too. A Europe grounded the plane, but in the US Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg announced that it was developing an update to its m software and that the FAA did not require any further action and Moen Berg even called the White House to say there was no data to support. Grounding the planes Eric Bernstein, vice president of California based Bernstein crisis management. You don't want to say something that is then translated in a court of law as an admission of guilt Bernstein says he thinks Boeing maintain this stance for financial reasons. I would assume that they were selling those planes up to the day, they got grounded or at least attempting to their keeping business partners and investors from being spooked. Boeing says it was not avoiding responsibility. But rather waiting for the facts to emerge? Richard Levick CEO of the Levick communications firm in DC says its response did not go over. Well, they weren't personal. They weren't empathetic. They were speaking like engineers, and they weren't very visible. On March thirteenth three days. After the second crash. The US did ground the planes saying it had new information and shortly after muhlenberg recorded his first video message about the crash. We're taking action to fully reassure airlines and their passengers of the safety of the seven thirty seven max, but he's still tiptoed around what caused the crashes the turning point was when he THEO paean authorities released a preliminary report on April, fourth transportation Minister, Doug, Maui. Mogas said the pilots had followed Boeing's directions that cruel perform age on the procedures. Piddly provided by the manufacturer, but was not able to control than crops. This is where Mullen Burg's public posture shifted in a carefully worded message. He knowledged that M S had added extra risk to the cockpit. It's our responsibility to eliminate this risk we own it. And we know how to do it we own it has since become a catchphrase for Boeing muhlenberg repeated it last week when he spoke at the George W Bush presidential center in Dallas. Frankly, these last few weeks have been the most heart-wrenching of my career. It was a safe audience Boeing has donated millions to the George W Bush institute and Monberg didn't take questions Bernstein says owning the problem was a first step toward connecting with the public. And I think that opens them up to really get a lot more compassionate with their communication. There is a downside. Houston attorney. No me Hassan is suing Boeing for negligence on behalf of a victim. Family. He says Mullen Burg's comments give his case ammunition this admission I think helps us clear the hurdle of negligence. Boeing must get it software fix and extra pilot training approved to get its planes back in the air. Once that's done. The new transparency will help convince passengers that the seven thirty seven max is safe to fly Daniele Chaz low NPR news support for NPR comes from investor dot gov. Presenting this message when it comes to investing. We all have questions and investor dot gov has answers, it's your free resource for tools. Tips and information about investing before you. Invest investor dot gov.

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"moen" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"moen" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Think, isn't it. Office. I think PS four, you can play free to play games are outside the PlayStation plus wall, but I want to say on XBox they are not might be right. That sounds great to me, there is one of those two is is not is forcing you to pay for their service to even to play for him. I just can't remember. I can't remember time that I didn't have either of. That's that's kind of the other thing. The announcement trailer they put out for this thing is weird because it starts with like, it's like, here are the five features we want you to know about about into what is what does the full name of this thing into which online? Well, here are the five pillars of the service. And number one is not. You play your games online. It's like. Yeah, I know they got out in front and this trial until we raw service. I don't know how I like the positive way to look at it as like, oh, they let people play for free for eighteen months instead of charging them that or several years because it was never charged before on this platform in particular if you bought in on here and yes, the messaging was extremely up front about all this stuff. The pricing pricing is is like if you go for the year plan, it's less than a Cup of coffee a month like now how much it's It's like. like you're not wrong, but just just psychologically having something in that having taken away is not a good feeling. Yes. But also for me, it is more about how many games doesn't intend to put out online modes that I need to play your right. I was looking at this thing and it was like twenty year. Of course I'll get that. But then I was like, wait a minute. What if I am, I got it to with it? What if I just got it for the very rare occasion that I wanna play one of their games aptly? Yeah. When when this thing when they finally put it a game that I wanna play on the internet, I'll give them their twenty bucks. But like I'm fair bucks at that month, just like, all right, I'll get Moen. I probably sure. I like split tune to quite a bit. I don't need to play it anymore though. So I haven't played it in some time. I don't see myself going back and playing it anytime soon. So that's not a driving force for me. I mean, obviously smashes for people who care about smash, but people who really, really care about smash are playing locally internment..

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"moen" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"moen" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"Why would you do on us i'm gonna go with you interrupted by flow why haven't you run against maxine waters already i mean what are you doing for god's sake let me support you clean i would lose i supported a guy named ross moen against her years ago and i've this is the only time i ever really went out and campaign for somebody else i mean i made speeches for him don't give money to them on my radio show a bunch of times vietnam vet great guy white guy and he lost i wanna say eighty four percent to sixteen percent i mean it was just a smashing she she has that district in her hands and i mean she strikes me as actually dangerous to democracy at a certain level when she keeps going we're gonna we're gonna find the reason to ripe each him she who the president is i think is dangerous but i'll tell you i think the more dangerous people like eric holder because eric holder is taken seriously by the left maxine waters the caricature they have or for the reason i mentioned earlier to keep people angry to stoke the anger but no one takes us seriously when eric hold it comes out and says that the fact that black boys are disportionately expelled from their schools compared to their population percentage when he calls that pernicious racism when in fact is because of their bad behavior that's taken seriously when eric holder says the reason blacks get longer sentences compared to white criminal defendant committed the same crime when the us commission says the reason is because judges taken in consideration records at the end of the sentencing process and the black defendant unfortunately has a big arrest records in the white guy who gets arrested for the same crime.

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"moen" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"moen" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Okay i mean yeah start you not only lisi see you're not john snow okay you you're not this is this is too much like we we all don't have words we even over the weekend he started off with the candice owens thing i can't those she doesn't like to be called all right she's an extremist in terms of her views against black people she said some really she calls the black lives matter movement a bunch of winding children or something like that i would not oppress campbell moen's started off as youtube blogger and now he just put her on i mean so many people didn't even know who i wanted to come in monday morning meeting it'd be like we do a piece on like who is candice owens because i find myself was she but see that's what bothered me because kinda knows his influence probably more so than anyone else he prize himself on that type of fame he intentionally put that woman i you know what i mean and he wanted everybody to go find that video and watch it he wanted us to to feel this way and i don't know i mean i get it we all are entitled to our thoughts i don't this is just not the konya we met before it'd be different if this was always but when he tells black people he knows exactly talking to he says let the past be the past shut the fuck up kate let the past the past because the past is right here at your doorstep everyday.

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"moen" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"moen" Discussed on The Takeaway

"That combined with travel costs getting to the is specialized centres will likely add to the final price of the therapy that's something patient advocates are also concerned about the four hundred and seventy five thousand dollar price tag for this therapy is probably not going to be the bottom line cost of getting treated emily moen associate editor for biomedicine at mit technology review thanks emily thank you they take away is supported by staples offering technology solutions for businesses from laptops and tablets to smartphones and including tech services like set up repair and tech security more at staples and staples dot com staples it's pro time you are listening to the take away from wnyc an pri public radio international in collaboration with wgbf h radio in boston whether it's dental care or medical services access is about a lot more than having insurance it can also be about poverty or age or even geography according to the robert wood johnson foundations county health rankings in 2016 nearly one out of five rural counties has experienced worsening premature death rates over the past decade maggie yellow elwani is a government affairs in policy vice president at the national rural health association and she says rural america is experiencing a health crisis would i wanna point out israeli there is an onslaught of chronic problems that is really becoming overwhelming enroll america we have an escalation of chronic disease chronic poverty you know we declared a war on poverty fifty years ago um and those poorest counties in the country were that warren poverty was declared are still fifty years later the poorest counties in the country we have chronic workforce shortages and now we have a whirl hospital closure crisis to maggie it's been known for a long time that in many many different health indicators people just don't fear as well in rural areas is in the cities and there are a lot of reasons behind that do you have evidence that lack of access to hospitals is is driving a worsening trend lately oh there's absolutely many many different studies on that are showing the widening gap of worse health outcomes are growing in rural america the centers for disease control and.

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"moen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"moen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah they're they're probably gonna offer a bunch of money john grid he's probably going to say no and they're going to move on i i think they hire dan boeing i i think that dan moen is the guy that they they feel like they can get that guy that i think they can do really well there uh and i and i tend to agree with them i there's there's no doubt based on some days i'd add that the tendency is is definitely treating this coaching search are intending coaching search differently than in years past they are they realize they have to fight a battle in the market that is going to be loaded with the blunted team and they have the money and the resources and the ability to sell a program uh do any of these guys on like a lot of other programs that might be market outside of florida so i i think they end up a dam on there some folks that are pushing for chad morris behind in quietly i did i think they need the bigger name endemol be that bigger very youth side reported as well as their bits of other reports out there to about this two thousand nine hour time potentially with the memory bill you just keep us up to date on what that is what's going on there sports illustrated story out there that it says that parents cody at the motive players receive some twenty thirty forty dollars apiece resign and uh you know the merchandise them the white panel of in light look at it get painted as this huge scandal and it it not i mean look go back and look at at that that era right you had aj green get suspended for four games for selling an independent bolger deeper for a thousand dollars you add todd girlie in two thousand fourteen lose four games four signed a bunch of stuff yeah giant they'll lose apple football it is a strange story i don't get why it new i mean i get it noteworthy worthy but i mean let's be honest that something that i think a lot of people uh a lot of different schools were doing at that.

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"moen" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"moen" Discussed on College Football Live

"Yeah you hear about abrasive personality you hear about complaints about the facility of course maybe if some of those players are there they win a few more games and we're not at this point yet in the season or all the other domino's fall let's put it forward though gentleman who would be the best fit now for this program going forward david well i think the name that comes to mind right away for me as dan moen and dan lohan as one in this bubble he knows exactly what it takes then mullin has proven he can coach offense no matter where he is and listen he's in started vegas right now and bro found back prescott intern nick fitzgerald and the one of the better quarterbacks in the sec he runs the type of offense that was the glory days with st timothy when he was in gainesville i mean there's a lot about and i think that makes a lot of success he's experience he's gone and taken maybe some of those lumps that he wouldn't have taken over the job right now because he's got so much head coaching experience so i think dan moen makes a lot of sense now interestingly enough david dan molin worked for scott strickland now the a d at florida he the former adm mississippi state so if anybody knows they are mulling whether or not he's capable for the job it is the guy that's going to be leading the search and scott strickland be uploaded directorate florida to me there's three names that i would keep an eye on scott frost that ucf iran's that uptempo offense he's done a great job in his second year there in orlando charlie strong obviously given what he's done and in florida over the course of his career even when he was at low all the way access debt state from recruiting standpoint and the connection he has with high school coaches throughout the state of florida and finally how 'bout this you want offense you want production and he want wins and a guy that has had success not only in the state of florida but in the southeastern conference lane kiffan and fau not a real you might not always appreciate has in some of the things that he does it how he carries himself but if you want to win.

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"moen" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"moen" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"To be candid i think that the traditional launch method will be antiquated you know pretty soon what would you mean what do you mean by that so so and took day promotions yeah oh antiquated side meaning it it will be a thing of the past right and so those so just i'm sorry but like your brand is viral launch yeah you are the leader in this space and you're saying maybe this will be around forever that yeah i'm just curious about this whole thing to say so spat on they always say you know if you're not putting yourself out of business somebody else well i think it in this case the most likely player would be imos on right in just in so much is like the rules changing and again you know i just think the the whole launch model is is right for being kind of innovated on and so we're working on these strategies but i i suspect other people as well um yeah i i guess us up reaction moen's insight what what what what do you think is going to be if if this is not gonna be around forever meeting this particular marketing strategy yet may lose it lose some valium in the future given his arrest speculate on that one speculate about what might replace it yeah what so i just think that there will be more sophisticated methods of not no i mean not just promotions but but selling in general right where.

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"moen" Discussed on The Morning Breath

The Morning Breath

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"moen" Discussed on The Morning Breath

"Yes overripe that one i like more the moen totally no but that will be like place by the way 24 it's always playing on some jeweler another yessita think always on one of like the hbo channels okay and it's really good so i feel like i've seen in a ton of times but also easy easy oscarworthy so then also if we're talking with oscars i really felt like mrs m a hot take because no one else agrees with me time but the for best picture hidden figures oh good i okay i like little too like cute to win best and was very earnest like i was like you knew exactly what's going to happen with two minutes before it happened kind of thing yeah it was like a feelgood movie and i love the message like i just felt good i was i felt like i was part of history like there was no i like that right i admire the music was good and they just it was very all their eggs alone didn't win best oscar and moonlight which i have invited oz so i can't speak on and moonlight was like heart wrenching like i cried throughout i cried her and everything like happy and sad movies i cried for the whole movie it was just like like dark i like don't want to watch him it's going to make me cry i don't want to watch movies were they like force you to cry know where it's just like a sad scenario like someone dies right it's it's just like them talking about it at all around right like they just go to let let go to therapy and like the movie commendable like the the whole movie was just like really like it was intense but not like the force kind of guy you know okay state maybe i usually when oscar season rose around i've seen zero.

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"moen" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"moen" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"The i think you're interesting is hosted an executive produced by todd vander were and have guest that's me fox podcasting is headed up by marty moen jackie goldstien our executive producer of audio snapshot kirwa or sound designer has miles you will our logo design this from victor where kristal stevens in georgia cowley a production managers alex all right car production coordinators peach beth than our audience you nearing an postproduction of thanks to p3 post our studio was the a wonderful village workspaces podcast studio in santa monica california heat we could walk to the beach from here i view it would be a long walk but we could do it if we really wanted to um our editors peter leonard are recording engineer exchange brooks please remember to rate in review and subscribe to this podcast on you know whatever platform you listen to apple podcast stitcher you know cast box googly whatever uh there are so many ways to listen to podcast and if you could just you know make a note of saying that you listen to this when there it helps us climb in the rankings it helps us get great guests it helps us keep the momentum going we will be back next week and i'm gonna tell you who are going to have on next week we're gonna be talking to bruce miller who is the head writer and show runner of the handmaid's tale uh and that was just a fascinating chat so it's it's it's a handmaid's tale palooza here on i think you're interesting and handmaid's tale palooza is probably not a great thing to be saying any anyway until then please remember to keep perspective step back think about it cnn.

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