35 Burst results for "Refrigerators"

What a World of Inflation Looks Like

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

What a World of Inflation Looks Like

"We just assumed that's not going to happen here Why we assume that I don't know Why we assume that I don't understand because what It's never happened before nonsense It's happened all over the world Every single time they've tried this Oh that won't happen here okay Okay you stick to that I'm not sticking to that I'm not sticking to that So yes you may continue to get paid just like the Argentinian policeman got paid but it just doesn't buy you anything That's why you know the person is oh well you know federal employees are going to continue to get paid yeah of course you are too You just not going to be able to live on it What's the difference What do you care The difference between nominal and real is best described by my island analogy Would you rather be on an island with a suitcase full of $10 million and $100 bills in Euros With no food or would you rather be on an island full of food stock for two to three years of fine foods and a refrigerator with no money at all No one else is around What would you want Of course you're laughing and of course I want the food Okay that's the difference between nominal and real You're nominally rich on the island with the $10 million suitcase but there's nothing to buy and you're going to die And the other case you really rich you've got food to stay alive for three years Stay fat and happy right But nominally you're poor you have nothing It's good to be nominally and really rich But if I had my choice I'd rather be really rich and nominally poor We're going in the opposite direction You're going to get in social security payments potentially don't laugh If inflation gets worse you could get $1000 checks a week If inflation continues on this track for more than a few years it's just not going to buy you anything It's a good question though

Shanghai Residents Endure Brutal Covid Lockdown Restrictions

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Shanghai Residents Endure Brutal Covid Lockdown Restrictions

"Should we talk about today for the audience? Well, one recent piece I have up at stream dot org. It's space on a very sad reality. It's the kind of thing that you regret having to be the one to break this bad news. I regret to inform you that 25 million people are locked in their homes in the city of Shanghai, China. 25 million people not able to leave their homes to get food to get medicine. Forbidden to use hot water or to shower their pets are being taken away from them and beaten to death because they're supposedly a vector of contagion. Their children are being confiscated. But back up here, because it's hard to believe we know that China is a brutal communist regime, we know that many American corporations make a good amount of money partnering with this satanic, brutal, communist, anti human, murderous, regime. So right now, I've been reading a little bit in the news what you're talking about, the entire city of Shanghai, 25 million people, which is hard to believe. Is locked down. So the question is, why, I mean, look, we know lockdowns are wrong. They're stupid, but why is China at this point doing this? What is happening in China that would give the communist monsters an excuse to do this? I don't really understand the larger context. I will give the context, but we have to first give the details because there's lockdowns and then there's lockdowns. I mean, New York City was locked down. You weren't locked in your home. You weren't padlocked in your home to starve for three weeks. That's what's happening in China. People are locked in their high rise buildings in their own apartments. And if they leave, they get attacked on the street by thugs in white hazmat suits. So people are locked in their apartments with no food, no medicine. No access to the outside world. And what they're doing is they're taking their empty refrigerators and putting them out on the balcony. So people can see that they're slowly starving to death.

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Once a retail giant, Kmart down to 3 stores after NJ closing

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Once a retail giant, Kmart down to 3 stores after NJ closing

"Once once once once a a a a retail retail retail retail giant giant giant giant Kmart Kmart Kmart Kmart will will will will shortly shortly shortly shortly be be be be down down down down to to to to three three three three stores stores stores stores after after after after the the the the one one one one in in in in Avenel Avenel Avenel Avenel New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey closes closes closes closes this this this this week week week week it's it's it's it's the the the the home home home home of of of of the the the the faded faded faded faded floor floor floor floor tiles tiles tiles tiles a a a a beige beige beige beige on on on on beige beige beige beige color color color color scheme scheme scheme scheme the the the the store store store store that that that that sells sells sells sells toddler's toddler's toddler's toddler's clothes clothes clothes clothes refrigerators refrigerators refrigerators refrigerators and and and and everything everything everything everything in in in in between between between between this this this used used used to to to be be be a a a real real real part part part of of of America America America Michael Michael Michael Lisicki Lisicki Lisicki writes writes writes about about about retail retail retail history history history everybody everybody everybody went went went to to to Kmart Kmart Kmart whether whether whether you you you liked liked liked it it it or or or not not not they they they had had had everything everything everything Kmart's Kmart's Kmart's decline decline decline is is is really really really slow slow slow but but but steady steady steady brought brought brought about about about by by by years years years of of of falling falling falling sales sales sales changes changes changes in in in shopping shopping shopping habits habits habits and and and the the the looming looming looming shadow shadow shadow of of of Walmart Walmart Walmart Marco Marco Marco went went went at at at Columbia Columbia Columbia business business business school school school blames blames blames leadership leadership leadership of of of variety variety variety of of of folks folks folks running running running the the the business business business who who who were were were either either either not not not paying paying paying much much much attention attention attention to to to competition competition competition or or or attempting attempting attempting to to to do do do things things things which which which frankly frankly frankly resulted resulted resulted in in in the the the ultimate ultimate ultimate train train train wreck wreck wreck Jersey Jersey Jersey still still still as as as another another another Kmart Kmart Kmart the the the other other other tour tour tour in in in Miami Miami Miami in in in the the the Hamptons Hamptons Hamptons I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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South Korea's COVID-19 deaths strain crematories, hospitals

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

South Korea's COVID-19 deaths strain crematories, hospitals

"South Korea's cope with nineteen deaths a straining grimly trees and hospitals health officials have instructed Christmas trees to burn more bodies per day and funeral homes to add more refrigerators to store the dead amid a rising cope with nineteen deaths officials have already allowed the sixty Christmas trees across the country to burn for longer hours starting last week which raised a combined capacity from around one thousand to fourteen hundred cremations per day but that hasn't been enough to meaningfully ease the backlog of bodies waiting to be cremated in the densely populated Seoul metropolitan area which is home to half the population and the center of the day to spike I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Aid groups mobilize to help victims of Midwest tornadoes

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Aid groups mobilize to help victims of Midwest tornadoes

"Religious religious disaster disaster aid aid and and humanitarian humanitarian groups groups are are sending sending supplies supplies and and personnel personnel to to help help tornado tornado victims victims in in the the Midwest Midwest world world vision vision a a Christian Christian humanitarian humanitarian group group planned planned to to begin begin shipping shipping relief relief supplies supplies to to churches churches in in Kentucky Kentucky besides besides food food and and emergency emergency kits kits the the supplies supplies will will include include heaters heaters blankets blankets solar solar lights lights and and small small refrigerators refrigerators Samaritan's Samaritan's purse purse an an evangelical evangelical group group said said it it sent sent disaster disaster response response teams teams to to Kentucky Kentucky and and Arkansas Arkansas while while other other teams teams started started to to head head to to the the devastation devastation in in Tennessee Tennessee and and Illinois Illinois the the group group has has also also dispatched dispatched tractor tractor trailer trailer stocked stocked with with tools tools and and equipment equipment the the salvation salvation army army has has also also set set up up a a disaster disaster relief relief fund fund for for tornado tornado victims victims I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Hot and spicy things constantly go in and out of favor. Remember a couple of years ago when everything was sriracha based and then well, do you even have any in your refrigerator anymore? I think I have a bottle, but I haven't used it in a while. I still like my Cajun based hot sauces if you will. Tabasco, Louisiana crystal. All those kinds because I like a lot of Cajun food. But those are all passe right now. They've all come and gone because the latest trend in hot stuff is the ghost pepper. I can't keep track of how hot on the Scoville ratings, all these peppers are. But I know the ghost pepper is well not the hottest, definitely close to one of the hottest. Now you can get ghost pepper food at Burger King. They're going to have ghost pepper, chicken nuggets. So I guess you know when your favorite hot stuff hits the mainstream, hits the fast food places. It's about to come crashing to a halt. I just don't understand the desire to have everything be so hot. Everybody just a slight bit difference and some like it hot, some like it sweet or something like it spicier or whatever it is, but ghost peppers, whether it's in chicken nuggets or not, I'll pass.

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Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Hot Stuff (MM #3852)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Hot and spicy things constantly go in and out of favor. Remember a couple of years ago when everything was sriracha based and then well, do you even have any in your refrigerator anymore? I think I have a bottle, but I haven't used it in a while. I still like my Cajun based hot sauces if you will. Tabasco, Louisiana crystal. All those kinds because I like a lot of Cajun food. But those are all passe right now. They've all come and gone because the latest trend in hot stuff is the ghost pepper. I can't keep track of how hot on the Scoville ratings, all these peppers are. But I know the ghost pepper is well not the hottest, definitely close to one of the hottest. Now you can get ghost pepper food at Burger King. They're going to have ghost pepper, chicken nuggets. So I guess you know when your favorite hot stuff hits the mainstream, hits the fast food places. It's about to come crashing to a halt. I just don't understand the desire to have everything be so hot. Everybody just a slight bit difference and some like it hot, some like it sweet or something like it spicier or whatever it is, but ghost peppers, whether it's in chicken nuggets or not, I'll pass.

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Place To Hide (MM #3844)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Place To Hide (MM #3844)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You might have heard the story last week about a Kroger and suburban Memphis being shot up by a former vendor, killing one in the store, injuring 15 and then killing himself. It's been big news around Nashville because he had ties to Nashville his family still lived here, so it's still in the news today. But one of the interesting parts of the story that just kind of freaked me out a little bit was when they talked to the police chief and he praised the workers in the shoppers, saying they did the best that they could do and knew what to do. People were hidden everywhere you could find inside refrigerators, wherever it had to be. He said, we entered the building and was obvious they the employees and the customers knew what to do. Run, hide, and fight. Have you ever walked into a grocery store or a big box store and thought what happens if somebody comes in and tries to kill us? Where am I going to go? What am I going to try to do? I thought it was never entered my mind. We don't live in that world. But sadly, it looks like in a way we do, and we have to think about those things. Every time you walk into a building, you have to think, what if I have to run and hide? Are you prepared? Hate to say this, but you need to be prepared for the worst.

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Place To Hide (MM #3844)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Place To Hide (MM #3844)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. You might have heard the story last week about a Kroger and suburban Memphis being shot up by a former vendor, killing one in the store, injuring 15 and then killing himself. It's been big news around Nashville because he had ties to Nashville his family still lived here, so it's still in the news today. But one of the interesting parts of the story that just kind of freaked me out a little bit was when they talked to the police chief and he praised the workers in the shoppers, saying they did the best that they could do and knew what to do. People were hidden everywhere you could find inside refrigerators, wherever it had to be. He said, we entered the building and was obvious they the employees and the customers knew what to do. Run, hide, and fight. Have you ever walked into a grocery store or a big box store and thought what happens if somebody comes in and tries to kill us? Where am I going to go? What am I going to try to do? I thought it was never entered my mind. We don't live in that world. But sadly, it looks like in a way we do, and we have to think about those things. Every time you walk into a building, you have to think, what if I have to run and hide? Are you prepared? Hate to say this, but you need to be prepared for the worst.

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EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

"The environmental protection agency is sharply limiting domestic production and use of highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used as refrigerants the new rule aims to decrease production and use of hydro fluorocarbons spite eighty five percent over the next fifteen years part of a global phase out hydro fluorocarbons are considered a major driver of global warming thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide the often leaks through pipes or appliances that use compressed refrigerants such as refrigerators and air conditioners White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy says the rule is expected to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of four point five billion metric tons of carbon dioxide by twenty fifty a total similar to three years of emissions from the U. S. power sector Ben Thomas Washington

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Joe Biden Pledges Aid to Help States Recover From Hurricane Ida

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Pledges Aid to Help States Recover From Hurricane Ida

"We're going to cover it all this morning beginning at the white house senior adviser cedric richmond richmond. Thank you for joining us this morning. Let's begin with the devastation. Left by i'd i know you're coming to us from new orleans this morning. You were with president biden on friday. What's the latest on the situation down in your state and what kind of federal emergency assistance will president biden be authorizing. Well we have all hands on deck down here. We issued a priest storm disaster declaration and then in the middle of the night after the storm hit. The president signed a disaster declaration so that freed up individual assistance for families and individuals and we still encourage people to go to disaster assistance dot gov and apply for benefits and especially those critical needs assistance. So that we can get money in the hands of people To do it and one of the reasons why the president wanted to come down and come down so early because he wanted to see things on the ground and we know what the problems on. we're actually Helping to resolve them and that is getting power back on in homes. That's getting gas too. Few stations desk getting tarps out there. So people can start to mitigate their damage. and then it's to to create and provide that assistant so people that do come home after a week of not having electricity to have to replenish refrigerator. And you know most people. Don't think of it in that sense but part of why we're here is we want to know what real people deal with. And that's a four hundred dollar expense. A five hundred dollar expense to replenish a refrigerator. So we wanna make sure that's just a small example of what we're doing but we wanna make sure we're meeting. The needs of people encounter them and let them know. We're going to be here for the long haul

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Well. That's it for today's debate battle. Monte crown toilets the smash boom bust but what about you had to smash boom dot org and vote to tell us who you think. The winner is smashed. Boom bust is brought to you by braves on an american public media. Smashed boom best is produced by rosie dupont sandon totten ruby guthrie and molly bloom. We had engineering help from alexander simpson and cosmo rossi and we had a production help from christina lopez. Mark sanchez n. Matoco wilhelm rosie. Dupont is the voice. I'm our whole music and our announcer is marley. Foyer worker auto. We want to give a special. Thanks to austin cross taylor kaufman. Shoshana cohen from white center elementary school and chelsea olson from raise beck aviation highschool. Joe is there anyone you wanna think today. Yeah i wanna thank chelsea walled. Her excellent new book. Pipedreams is a must read for anyone who wants to know more about the future of toilets. Also kim worship from flesh and finally my kids. Emilio and lola who put up all my bad toilet jokes and puns even though they would much rather i was debating for something like superheroes. Skateboard been have you nor any shoutouts today I mean i wanted to give a shout out to my fridge. It is it is old. It is in firm it is doing. Its best and all even you said water under the fridge i flinched do water under our freight okay all right and big shadow to my kids who love this show ralphie and babe. They are probably listening and if they could. I would love to urge both of these humans to flush the toilet monte. You want to give any special things today. Yes i'd like to stink chelsea old san for making me aware of this opportunity and rosie to pot for making it possible for me to today judging this debate and my mom for driving me to the studio. Thank you all thank you monte for being here and before we go. Let's hear sage. Things should win in his carbon verses. Oxygen debate i think carbon would win because called been is the backbone of life and created. I can't argue with that. Do you have an idea for a knockdown drag out. Debate had to smash boom dot. Org and tell us about it. We'll be.

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Figured out that high temperature and pressure can turn sewage into get. This jet fuel can take the sewage and you can make airplanes fly which i think is really cool. That's chelsea walled. She recently wrote a book about the future of the toilet and she says some entrepreneurs also marketing toilets as medical devices. Could be in your home. It could be in a hospital. Any could monitor the health of of people's pee and poo and warn the if there is a problem now that school actually cool is for refrigerators. Toilets are hot a very refreshing argument for these essential appliances monte. What stood out to you in jill's decoration of greatness. I also thought joe is very persuasive. She also talked about things that i hadn't even thought about I thought it was very interesting. That sewage could use for jet fuel event and that toilets could even monitor your health Via your waist fairy refrigerator does that. well nora. Let's hear your thirty second rebuttal. It's time to freeze out the competition. Your time starts now. I while toilets wastewater even the moderns us one point six gallons per flush which is a lot it all adds up when you're flushing. You're flushing here flushing. We also already have food desert in america nutritional inequity a huge issue that would only be made worse in a world without refrigerators. Plus you can anywhere. Waste could actually be used as fertilizer. Finally at some point. You're coupon in your. Isn't that gross. Like poop in your house. I mean and if you've ever had a toilet backup you know that when your fridge breaks down a toilet breaks down time. Yeah i just like to point out that. Refrigerators don't work when the electricity is out. But toilets do. I mean what are. We really need an a disaster. Here come on a bucket you know. This is a really really tough debate. Both seem so important in our lives. So monte it's time to award your first two points going to award one point for your favorite declaration of greatness and the other point for your favorite rebuttal you get to decide what criteria you use to award the points. It's completely up to you completely. Subjective markdown both points but don't tell us which side you're voting for. Have you made your decision. I have awesome jilin. Nor how are you feeling about this feisty fixture face off so far. I'm feeling so relieved. I never did debate Because i feel like my brain is far too chaotic. I've feel good. I mean no offense nora. But i feel like any love monty might have had for. Refrigerators is on very thin. Ice at this point. All right well. Also the putt the pond. Do you think that. I've come up with any no now. All right now. The only thing i could think of monty is that you know a fridge. Fridge is never major legs fall asleep because you sat on big well time for a quick break grabbing ice cold snack. Take a quick break. And we'll be right back with more smashed boombats watching date of debate won'the rayton rhetoric and firing argumentation is not so is non so hello listeners. I'm todd douglas. Hero taylor lincoln and do we have a special one for you today. We are coming in live from the pantry and right parents kitchen. My parents have been going back and forth about which is better butter or margarine. And it's hilarious. We are watching as debate. Unfolds right before our eyes. Butter is way better than margarine. Because it's from a cow. We don't even know where margarine comes from. Margarine is from the earth plant-based oils. What's healthier than that well. My mother always cooked with butter. That's why everything has a great taste. Well if you want my opinion on your mother and whoa whoa whoa time out. Go to your corners. Were you about to insult grandma. Well i saw that would have been an ad hominem attack at hamad and attack is when you insult your opponent and it is a big debate. No no if you'd said something bad it probably would have landed on the couch for a week or two. Yeah like whenever todd. Ninety degree we try to see the issue from different perspectives. Like when taylor came back from winning the debate cup in flaunted all over the place in flying. What do you mean you flaunt it. You fly so hard you're the queen of flawn topless wearing a new flaunt gown on your way to the annual flawed gala. I was proud of myself for making a huge achievement. It's natural to be jealous. Jealous timeouts both of you are fantastic debaters. And you've been debating together for so long. You should be proud of each other. Your mom is right taylor honey. I'm sorry. i almost made a comment about your mother. I love her buttery. Scone scientist dan sweets. Now that i think about it. My really does have some benefits. I love you so much cookie. I love you too honey. Biscuit i'm gonna vomit. Let's spare audience that don't make personal attacks.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"In conclusion. Refrigerators rule toilets stink a very cool argument for life. Saving life improving refrigerators. Monte what stood out to you about norris declaration of greatness this declaration of greatness was very persuasive nor brought up lots of things that i hadn't even thought about before the debate like how they allow for better nutrition and how fridges allow food to be transported to multiple places. So i can have strawberry at christmas. She talked about how they're important for science. The cogan vaccine and other life drugs overall. I thought it was a very fantastic decoration of greatness. Thank you. I agree i agree. Thank you onto. you're welcome. Good luck jell o. I can't wait to start the clock. Okay well it's time for rebuttal jill. You've got thirty seconds to flush nores argument down the drain in your time starts now okay first of all the characters and frozen seemed extremely happy to be in the snow so i know by this that they were miserable. Harvesting ice and refrigerators as harmonious their total environmental nightmares. We finally figured out that. The refrigerants were destroying the ozone layer. And then what do we do. We switched them to chemicals that are massive emissions of greenhouse gases and. I'm sorry i mean. Everybody likes strawberries at the wrong time of year. But you know what that means that means. They're transporting strawberries from the other side of the planet terrible for the earth. Why can't we just go back to storing food days. I have a feeling you more to say gee. I could've kept types. Well jill. it's your turn. we want to know. Why toilets deserve the throne. Let's hear it. Let's start by closing our eyes and taking a deep breath and on the exile flush out any negative feelings. You might have about toilets. Now imagine the perfect setting for doing the do. Maybe you're an outhouse overlooking a meadow bursting with flowers. Or maybe you're in your own comfortable..

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Have fresh meat. Eggs vibrant fruits and vegetables all at your fingertips pristine pairs juicy tomatoes. Who am i. The queen of england on this is so much better than salted pork. Pickled beets Yeah and so much better for you to refrigeration. Made fresh foods available year-round no matter where you lived this meant more nutrition for everyone the refrigerator's power of preservation not only gave us more accessibility but it helped keep our food from spoiling because when food is cold it's harder for things like mold and bacteria grow prior to refrigeration it common for people in the warmer months to eat spoiled food in die from diarrhea. Oh dreadful diarrhea. No likey yet. Toilets can keep that. Refrigerators have also opened their doors. And our minds to different cultures refrigerated car trains and cargo ships meant. We could exchange food from all over the world fresh beef from australia dragon. Fruit from vietnam grapes from chile. Brief from france flavor explosion. I feel like i just went on the most awesome vacation. But i never even left the house. Right diets were no longer dictated. By what part of the world you lived in or what season it was. The options are endless. You strawberries at christmas. You got it alaskan salmon for dinner. Even though you live in the arizona desert not a problem. Ice cream popsicles sherbert. You sure better believe it. Fridges up the snacks. On-deck treats galore. End hopping produce right there in science labs to just like we.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Flipped a coin. And nora your up. I tell us why. Fridges are brilliant. You know the movie frozen. You've probably heard of it. It opens with a scene of men. Cutting ice berg. Come by this. This is what we used to do to keep our food. Cold people would harvest ice from say a frozen lake transport it to warmer places and there they would store it in underground ice houses. But let me tell you. This was no fairy-tale picture this. You're back in the early eighteen. Hundreds it's january in northern minnesota. It's approximately negative ten thousand degrees fahrenheit. It's so cold you forgot you had fingers and let me tell ya. No one's having a good time here inside the thrown out their backs trying to lift three hundred pounds of ice. We'll be back with cannon me so heavy so-called. This was grueling. Work folks like sessile employed here would harvest ice from frozen ponds rivers and lakes using hand saws. And if you weren't careful you just might fall in. Oh not against hustle. Unfreeze help freezing my butt off. Oh no thank you gone. Are the days of harvesting ice like floyd and sessile now we have three refrigerator. Refrigerators are the ace appliance. They are calm cool and collected not to mention beyond convenient. I can safely store. My sauces may stinky cheeses my precious produce and leftover lasagne. All in one place. If even makes i know frostbite here fellas just the science of evaporative cooling so you know how you feel cold when you get out of the pool and hot day. Well that's because liquid absorbs heat as it evaporates into gas cooling. Your skin in the process. Bridges do the same thing. Refrigerators send liquid called refrigerant through a series of coils in your fridge. And as it circulates.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Hi molly thanks for having me. Thank you for being here so monte swollen like get to know you a little bit. How are you doing today. Are you excited to join us for the debate. I'm great yes. I'm very excited. So what comes to mind when you think of refrigerators. This small french. We have at my mom's apartment which is usually pretty organized because it's small. And then second i think of the very large i have at my dad's house which is usually unorganized so two very different fridge experiences. Yes so what do you think about when i say. The word toilets toilets. Well i think of using them. So have you ever thought about living without either of these fixtures. Have you ever had to go without them. I have never had to go without a fridge. Or toilet Maybe we've had to keep the fridge closed when the power goes out so it doesn't lose its coldness But i cannot imagine all living without a toilet for sure. This debate is biased already. I demands because monte gets it. We need a new judge. I'm petitioning. I don't know petition. I think monty can put aside her feelings and judge. This fairly i can well. Let's meet our debaters here to throw some punches on behalf of iceboxes everywhere it's author and podcast creator of terrible. Thanks for asking nora mcnerney. Hi nora hello hello everybody so nora in a single sentence tell us why fridges are the chillers household appliance out there. Fridges are the best because who wants to eat room. Temperature food here trek present. Those relax station stations we call toilets. It's reporter jill rep logo. Hey jill i can. I get your that question to way. The competition actually don't do that. It's really bad pipes so gel in one sentence. Why are toilets top tier well. It's really more of a reflection. Monte clearly already understands you can live without cold butter but do you really wanna live without a toilet definitely. Not this is going to be a hard one i want. I want both toilets and refrigerator. So i'm glad i do not have to make this decision today who. Let's run through the rounds of debate. I we've got the declaration of greatness each debater. We'll make a case for their side presenting the.

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Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology

Twenty Thousand Hertz

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology

"For a new home appliance. Let's say a new washing machine or dryer or a dishwasher. We ask ourselves a lot of questions things. Like how much does it cost. Does it come in different colors. What features does it have. What did the review say. Does a refrigerator crisper actually do anything with so much to think about. It could be easy to overlook what the product sounds like For decades thoughtful sound design and music was limited to the world of entertainment specifically movies tv and gains over in the world of manufacturing. Sound design was almost nonexistent. As long as the product worked in looked okay. That was good enough. Sound was an afterthought if it was even considered at all recently though that's all started to change in the last twenty years as smartphones laptops and tablets became more common. Our home started chirping with carefully. Designed sounds but for the most part are home appliances. Still just made noise in decades past devices were limited a cacophony of noise. That's audrey are beanie. I'm the ceo founder and executive producer of audio brain. We are a sonic branding firm. When audrey i started working in sound design nobody was thinking much about the sounds of household products. Nobody really paid too much attention to those alarms. And those buzzers That's what that world was about. It was really not much intention to the sounds. Your heard within your home but these days appliance makers are paying a lot more attention to how their products sound and they're asking sound designers to help them make new sounds. We're looking for sounds that add value not sounds that ed noise but that enrich that experience and make people feel really good

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Four Teriffic Headliners Kenny, Piper, Bennett, and Mark Schiff  Show #77 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:23 min | 1 year ago

Four Teriffic Headliners Kenny, Piper, Bennett, and Mark Schiff Show #77 - burst 1

"I'm in las vegas a lot. I was at the mgm last halloween night. I'm in my room. Knock at the door. A little kid was trick or treating in the hotel. I gave them a towel. Couple ashtrays in the bible. Give a child a bible. You feel good about yourself. Old people driving cars. that's scary. that's gotta stop talking old people in their hundreds. I was in miami last month. I got passed by a cadillac. There was nobody in. It was just these knuckles up on top of the couple. Blue hairs coming going over the top sprite. And i like old people. I'm not knocking people. My grandpa's still alive. He's ninety six. I saw at christmas. He says to me braun. It's a miracle. I get up in the middle night to go. The bathroom and god turns a light on for me. When i'm done. He turns the light off for me. I say grandpa. i think you're in the refrigerator.

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Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause

The Coachable Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Why Your Stress Is Killing You With Dr. Jannine Krause

"All right dr janine. Thank you so. Much for joining negotiable podcast. I'm really glad to have you here for this conversation. My pleasure tori. We're gonna have some fun. Yeah you are the first naturopathic doctor to come on the show. So you are pumping the coach gus. Jerry with that. And i'm really excited because i think this is a much needed conversation to be had not just here but anyway that i can get the message out about alternative healing modalities to help us. Heal from the inside out. I'm all about it Because that's the mission that i'm on and i know that the people listening to this show are interested in as well because after living through the last two years that we've all been through in you know as well as i do. That stress levels are are preyed ti. I would. I would love to know from your perspective. What as a doctor. What have you as the implications of what we've just all experienced with with ovid and everything else especially when it comes to our stress man a couple of interesting things you know a lot of people come in. They're like i'm fine. Everything's fine kind of like that. T shirt everything's great. Yeah like okay. Yeah your face is not telling me that and we get a lot of like. I've had so much more downtime. And then it's like yeah. I've been home with some downtime. But i've been working with the kids and doing home schooling or i've been trying to figure out how to do my work at home and i don't have an office. Su there's all these weird stressors that kind of came into play and then they were like and this is probably the biggest implication for most women. The kitchen is right. There and things in that refrigerator are talking to me and my pantry and things that have been in there for months. That tastes like cardboard. Want me to eat them. So most of most of the biggest complaint. I'm getting from voces is coveted. Ten fifteen twenty dare. I say forty people

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How the Fight for the Unborn Is Gaining Ground and Thriving

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

How the Fight for the Unborn Is Gaining Ground and Thriving

"Is the battle for the unborn different today than it was when you began your organization. It's so different in a good way. I mean there's so many more voices younger voices speaking out for change and on behalf of the pre-born mothers the abortion rate has declined in the last ten years to in some ways historic lows. Pro-life legislation is at an all time high at the state level unprecedented pro-life legislative game attribute that to. I think it's a lot of factors but primarily the energy and enthusiasm of the fight. I mean there's millions. I mean live. Action has five and a half million people following us following along and we have other organization live. Action has how many myself and live action. We have over five and a half million people following our work and fifteen million people reaching weekly with our work and and these are mostly young people young women. So that's the backbone of our movement and i just i didn't that didn't exist ten years ago and it's exciting to be part of that in other pro-life groups The founded and grow into amazing work serving mothers and need and families as well as educating and getting involved in politics. I think i was at the pro-life march a few years ago. And i remember saying that i think that the trend part of the reason the trend has been changing is because of science in other words. Ironically we know things today that we didn't know we have ultrasounds you have pictures of your unborn siblings on the refrigerator and so it's not worth. It's not a thesis. You can see actually that this is a person. This is my brother. This is my sister. This is my grandchild. It's it's become a thing. Technology has enabled us to see the humanity of the unborn and so science. The more we know a from from science and technology we have the the more clear it is that this is a person and obviously nineteen. Seventy-three was very easy to talk about it. As a as a bunch of cells or the blob or something. It's less easy to do

How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 1 year ago

How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool

"Keep our food cool but they can warm. The climate are refrigerators. Can contain very potent greenhouse. Gases called hydrofluorocarbons or. Hfc's for short and these hfc's are often thousands of times more potent than co two when it comes to warming the globe. That's kristen to donio of the institute for governance and sustainable development and environmental group. She's has hfc's are in the coolant and insulation. Used in many refrigerators. They're not a problem at the fridge is working well but at the fridge is not recycled properly. The hfc's can escape into the atmosphere. The environmental protection agency has moved to phase down the manufacturer an import of. Hfc's by twenty thirty six but in the meantime very important that when we are by new refrigerators or recycling. Our old refrigerators that we do that responsibly. To donato's group has made a list of fridge models that use climate-friendly refrigerants instead of hfc's as she suggests bind through a retailer. That will help you safely. Dispose of your old fridge so with careful purchasing consumers can make sure their groceries and the planet stay

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Expiration Date (MM #3768)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Expiration Date (MM #3768)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Every time you open up the refrigerator, usually check to see when the best before date is on whatever you're looking at. But I didn't realize just how much food were wasting in America here each and every day because it expires. But of course, what's interesting is, they're starting to look into these expiration dates that are put on products to say, Well, they're not really real expiration. A some of it is built in to get people to consume more. So, in essence, we're not utilizing all that, we should be. We're wasting things that don't necessarily need to be wasted. Now, let's be honest, there's no mistaking. When milk goes bad, but there are other things in your refrigerator, heck, even in your pantry that have an expiration date, that have a best-before usage date, and those aren't real numbers. And there is no regulation right now, that really hammers down on that. It's kind of tough to tell you when a certain box truck, like, maybe rice or something like that goes bad. How do you know, how can you tell some fascinating studies are being done right now in the grocery stores because we're wasting too much food. And this is a crisis best before isn't always the truth.

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Expiration Date (MM #3768)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Expiration Date (MM #3768)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Every time you open up the refrigerator, usually check to see when the best before date is on whatever you're looking at. But I didn't realize just how much food were wasting in America here each and every day because it expires. But of course, what's interesting is, they're starting to look into these expiration dates that are put on products to say, Well, they're not really real expiration. A some of it is built in to get people to consume more. So, in essence, we're not utilizing all that, we should be. We're wasting things that don't necessarily need to be wasted. Now, let's be honest, there's no mistaking. When milk goes bad, but there are other things in your refrigerator, heck, even in your pantry that have an expiration date, that have a best-before usage date, and those aren't real numbers. And there is no regulation right now, that really hammers down on that. It's kind of tough to tell you when a certain box truck, like, maybe rice or something like that goes bad. How do you know, how can you tell some fascinating studies are being done right now in the grocery stores because we're wasting too much food. And this is a crisis best before isn't always the truth.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"In refrigerators and air conditioners. HFCS help keep things called, but when they're released into the atmosphere, they're incredibly powerful greenhouse gasses. You drop a lot more heat than carbon dioxide, And there are newer refrigeration technologies that don't require HFCS. For that reason, refrigeration companies and environmental groups support getting rid of HFCs. Under the Obama administration, the U. S promise to do that, but the Trump administration didn't follow through. Now. The EPA is moving forward with a new regulation it says would cut production and import of each FC's by 85% in the next 15 years. It's the first concrete steps the administration has taken to reduce greenhouse gasses since President Biden announced an ambitious promise to cut US emissions by at least half in the next decade. Rebecca Herscher NPR NEWS The European Union is recommending that foreign citizens fully vaccinated against Coben 19 be allowed to travel into the block this summer. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels. The latest recommendation from the European Commission would allow tourism by everyone who has received vaccinations approved by the block, which includes AstraZeneca, Johnson and Johnson, Madonna and Fizer. People coming from countries with a very low infection rates would also be allowed to travel even if they haven't had their shots, regardless of the EU wide proposal. Individual governments still have the right to enforce their own rules, such as requiring negative tests at their borders. Teri Schultz reporting This is NPR news 64 degrees. Cloudy skies 12 04. I'm Lisa Lobbies. With WB. EASY NEWS. Chicago Public Schools will be looking for a new CEO WB Easy today, confirming current CEO Janice Jackson is stepping down. Jackson had been CEO since 2018. This is part of an exodus of top Chicago public School District leadership. Chief Operating Officer Arnie Rivera also is leaving as well as chief education officer LaTonya McDade. Chicago area Indian community is appealing for help as the covert 19 crisis grows in India, local Indian leaders in business, medicine and social services.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"That is sure to leave you wondering, Have you ever looked at your refrigerator and thought I wonder whether it's going to kill me? Probably not. But for a lot of people in the early 19 hundreds, refrigerators were in fact a deadly menace. You see refrigerators back, then often used toxic gases as cool ins, including ammonia and sulphur dioxide. These gases worked well to keep food cold. But given the primitive state of manufacturing them, seals on refrigerator pumps often broke. God damn it, these toxic gases within leak out and flood people's homes every year, Duggar had poor families would go to bed happy and healthy. Only to be found suffocated and dead in the morning. So to protect against toxic fridge gases, scientists in the United States began developing new nontoxic coolants. But this pursuit of non toxic coolants let us down some unexpected paths. In particular, it led to the discovery ofthe Teflon, the famous nonstick coating on frying pins. Which is all pretty neat. A G wiz story of scientific serendipity except for After its discovery, Teflon was not initially used in frying pants. In fact, it probably never would have appeared in your kitchen had not found a much more sinister use. That's because Teflon was a key ingredient in the making of the first atomic.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?

I Learned Something in College!?

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?

"Of the modern fridge using three hundred fifty is that because the designs gotten more efficient or because of like disrepair. The technology has gotten watching okay on the scale of like a nation or though world. That's very important. Because a lot of energy is used for just cooling in the us about ten percent of total lie christy consumption in two thousand nineteen was used for cooling buildings one of my sources. I was looking at what's called project. Draw down which was a book that basically outlined climate solutions and all the things that we need to be done in various different industries the definition of a drawdown is the point where levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline in their findings. Refrigerant management was one of the top ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. What are you supposed to do with the richland. Okay so you can hire a professional to extract the refrigerant from the fridge like the chemical the main harmful part of fridge disposal is the refrigerant chemicals. And so when you do that you can safely get rid of it. Okay because after being removed stored they can be purified to be reused or transformed into other chemicals. That don't cause warming more consistent and more effective systems for disposal of these are necessary. Why was there's always new information that we got in our education about how to recycle for things out and it's weird saying here's a dan how you recycle your fridge like honestly. Why didn't we have a like an environmental class where we just learned about like how not to destroy the planet how to be responsible because that is not something prioritized by our government. I think we should have that and then another class. That's like how to have respect. Women like how other people feel that accidentally and then another class. That's how not to make people feel bad on purpose that would be more useful education honestly but that's just me instead. I read bad novels. I didn't mind and had earlier been classes and studied calculus I will never personal use but your religion classes at a catholic school. So i think that's to be expected. Yeah but it's still the education that i got. That's fair it's not like i had a choice in going there. I'm going to paint you a picture. You already hold on. Gotta get my mind's eye ready for word. Yeah close your eyes. Take a depressed all right. You're in room. There's a pedestal in. There's something on the pedestal you go towards it and you pick it up in the book in. That book is the giving tree. We're gonna talk about the giving tree. Yes sir. I have been thinking about the giving tree like every day since we talked about it last week. I'm so glad i've inspired. This is one of the books. I had as a kid. I also had red fish. Blue fish time lapse where they read the book mu. yes. I just finished reading in. Yikes efraim says a lot less disturbing than i find it right now right so if you haven't read the giving tree or it's been a very long time since you have which it has been for both of us..

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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"refrigerators" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Its home insurance has been modernized is like the fifties and the sixties I if you have a check your policy you mean who checks their freeing home insurance policy right you know even probably know how much you're paying because it goes right your mortgage payment yep that gets paid every single month but what do you what do you paying for you paying for things you just don't need the more I mean there are some would you have China because says some policies just cover China we don't China you're paying for it you don't need it. that's where hip home insurance comes in epost policies listen their standard everything you get in a traditional policy. plus you get added protection for today's homes and the positions that are well important to you so my most. common things that makes sense right home insurance is like a ride for today where people have a lot of home offices so they offer four times more coverage for a home office and computer equipment. imagine this I've never heard of this before have home insurance actually offers insurance for mechanical breakdown of your appliances you have me we you maybe bill is really unbelievably expensive cool refrigerators. well what if there's a power surge something like that this thing would be covered. water H. back systems even TV's water and sewage backup coverage it normally is included I found out that my home insurance didn't I wasn't covered involved in as a back up and it water comes up through my shower or the bent over the sink to get to my floor cause damage I'm not covered if insurance they have you covered and on top of that the pricey save people up to twenty five percent on your premiums mine was a hundred sixty two Bucks cheaper. money is money right and it takes only about sixty second to get a quote from him just go to Mike about dot com my head but I can't even do the break up for you don't you have that awkward conversation no to the break up for it with your current home insurance agents or home insurance company. get a call about sixty seconds they have great customer service go to my apple dot com. all right nine thirty seven. it is your morning ritual.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"refrigerators" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on KTOK

"In the whole organization refrigerators with color coordinated line ups in pristine shelves wowing house guests there baffling family members and inspiring boast on social media enthusiasts say tidy drawers and shelves have them eating healthier buying fewer duplicate condiments and wasting less food because everything is accounted for it's a story by Wall Street journal reporter Ellen Byron Allen what's up here well I think we three awesome there's a lot of practical reasons why people do and the practical reasons might be what well exactly what is in the refrigerator they know there's nothing hiding in the background there in the back there's nothing gone to waste in the bottom of a you know a corner drawer everything is usable and flash they don't and they don't double by on demand like you know you're at the grocery store and you can't remember if you need catch up or not to buy another bottle and pretty soon yep three bottles this doesn't happen to be refrigerated refrigerator organizing what I thought was interesting too was of it at least one person said they're eating healthier because of the way things are presented and I thought that's interesting because sometimes I eat stuff just because it's available whether it's healthy or not and I thought if things look more appealing like in some of these people's refrigerators I might just grab a more healthy I yeah and in another for help practical it can be to make the inside of the refrigerator beautifully organized people are trying to eat more fruits and vegetables and can be costly and labor intensive and so if you have an organized refrigerator let things go the way they say and really just like you took care in planning out a meal and finding the freshest produce in your store farmers market then you're also taking a little extra care with how you store it and one woman I spoke with she said she wanted the refrigerator to be full of all of the healthy good for her she could eat rather than looking at all the stuff that she couldn't or shouldn't be and when she tried to eat more the food she decided that she would we do have a refrigerator to make it look exciting all of the healthy options look exciting with Ellen Byron Wall Street journal reporter her pieces called yes you can condo your refrigerator we're talking about like extreme organization of your refrigerator this woman to I think that the one you just reference is when you open the story with right these rainbow colors and play like what she does with the different foods and how she makes it look well there is a woman who runs a how healthy eating blog and her name is Kristen Hong and before she goes grocery shopping each week she usually will grab her children's colored pencils and she wants the inside of her refrigerator to look like that week wells St journal reporter Ellen Byron thirty minutes now after the hour.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hello David all thanks for a call and we can do for you so I got at eight eight eight P. right now I'm gonna be moving to a three story house you're anticipating wifi trauma absolutely Sir so I've been looking at I love H. I. D. are there I think the copper line and I never had a problem yeah so I've been looking at the at the national parks that they have there's not a lot of reviews out there so I was wondering if you could give me feedback no I've never and I've used most of the why fine mesh systems out there of tried a lot of them but and I do I agree with you on asus is standalone wifi access points there's there's none better they're very good but I've never tried there a I mash which is their new thing they've had mash even in the standalone routers for some time that that this kind of ideas been around for awhile they also these liras which our wild looking and I've heard people talking about them but I've never used them either so I can't give you a straight answer on this there's a couple of things to look for with mass your right as you go to a three story house not only at square footage but that kind of you know more walls between you and your wife I wife I can get very troubling further more people moving the houses they tend to get more I. O. T. devices so you start adding Amazon echoes in speakers in doorbells and refrigerators and and you know you I have sixty or seventy devices on my wifi network and that's another thing that kills wife I it's not merely a distance or band with issue it's it's a complexity issue and all of these new mash routers to a couple of things they solve the distance and wall problem by having multiple subunits so you have a main station and this is different than wifi extenders what people familiar with the idea of a we got a main unit then you put an extender the problem with extenders as as it used to be is that they would cut the band with the half because they spend half the time talking to your computer have time talking back to the base station and so your band with to go way down with the extent or not just on that one computer but everything that's not good ash solve that by having a separate back channel so they can talk back to the base station without slowing down so mesh riders give you better band with better throughput and of course because you're spreading the wifi access points around the house they're less prone to problems caused by walls and and distance so that's the one thing that she does but there's another thing entirely and I think I think this is one that reviewers have a hard time gauging and that's the software the the mesh routers running well the first of these zero said very early on and what we do is we watch how you use your wifi and we prioritize to put more technical terms they have automated quality of service engine that will say well you know the the kids in his bedroom watching YouTube and mom and dad to watch Netflix in the living room and then aunt Sally is getting email we can spend more band with to Netflix and YouTube unless stand Sally because she doesn't need consistent packet by packet through book she's not watching video they can do things like that this printer doesn't need full time access the echo doesn't he full time so they can get smarter and as as they claim.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But with the new refrigerator dating app, you swipe through pictures of contents. Andrew did you hear about this? You swipe through contents of other people's fridges to see if they have beer leftover Chinese food. And that could maybe mean that it was your soulmate. Samsung says this allows you to meet under more honest circumstances. Yes. So by looking at the contents of other people's refrigerators what they have on the inside. So like if I saw somebody who had like tofu and kale be like loser. Yes. Okay. What would your? I mean, you're married. But let's, but let's say you were on those single. Yes. I basically had meat in canned vegetables. And that's it didn't use dishes microwaved the meat, and I ain't the vegetables strata the Cam that was it. But somehow I found true love, and I didn't need to some stupid frigerator skin. Well, this is a four hundred dollar refrigerator. Oh, well, then it's worth every penny. But you don't need the refrigerator. 'cause you can just use the app if that's what you want. And since this idea originated in Sweden. That's where you find most of the singles right now. Okay. So interested in a long distance relationship with someone who loves meat balls. This is the app for you, this is it a lot of people think that this might be an April Fools joke. But we're, you know, we're months away from that. But at least it's more real than say AT and T five G network. Shots fired. Ouch are only just a few days left until.

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"refrigerators" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"refrigerators" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"It's about finding the love of your life using Samsung's high end family hub refrigerator, which is one of the ones that have that touchscreen built right into the door. But with the new refrigerator dating app, you swipe through pictures of contents. Andrew did you hear about this? You swipe through contents of other people's fridges to see if they have beer leftover Chinese food. And that could maybe mean that it was your soulmate. Samsung says this allows you to meet under more honest circumstances. Yes. So by looking at the contents of other people's refrigerators what they have on the inside. So like, you know, if I saw somebody who had like tofu and kale be like loser. Yes. Okay. What would your? I mean, you're married. But let's, but let's say you were on a single. Yes. I basically had meat in canned vegetables. And that's it. And then I didn't use dishes. I microwave to the meat, and I eat the vegetables straight out of the camp that was it. Yeah. But somehow I found true love, and I didn't need to some stupid frigerator scan. Well, you might this is a four hundred dollar refrigerator. Oh, well, then it's worth every penny. But you don't need the refrigerator. Because you can just use the app if that's what you want. And since this idea originated in Sweden. That's where you find most of the singles right now. Okay. So you're interested in a long distance relationship with someone who loves meat balls. This is the app for you, this is it a lot of people think that this might be an April Fools joke. But we're, you know, we're months away from that. But at least it's more real than say AT and T five G network. Shots fired. Ouch. Right with only just a.

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