Machine that washes dishes automatically
A hard working 8 year old, a woman who doesn't have enough saved for retirement, AND the oldest person in the world celebrates ANOTHER birthday! Check out these AWESOME stories for today's good feeling stories of the day!
What a way to start off this week! We are having SO MUCH FUN giving away Taylor Swift and Jo Koy tickets to you. Listen in around 7:30a LIVE with The Chet Buchanan Show for your chance to win them yourself! Also, today on the show we talked slap fighting, business meetings at a wedding, AND what deadly things you can outrun even while being out of shape!
When it comes to environmental footprints, our water use warrants a serious conversation—and Jonah Schein, the national program manager for Homes & Buildings at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's WaterSense Program, agrees. This week, Jonah settles the dishwasher vs hand washing debate (once and for all!) as well as shares other ways we can increase our efficiency around usage. For show notes, visit https://brightly.eco/blog/dishwasher-vs-hand-washing.
Word of mouth is an unreliable means of communicating even at the best of times. And while the written word should theoretically be more accurate and more trustworthy than the spoken word, history has shown that that's not the case. Words can be so easily misunderstood and misinterpreted that they can't be relied upon to convey wisdom accurately over time.So what's the most reliable way to preserve ancient truths and keep them relevant to the times?In this episode Thom explores the limitations of the intellect and the role of consciousness in creating a ‘direct line' when it comes to accessing the wisdom needed for evolutionary progress to be made.He also explains the role of a Guru in ensuring that they develop successors with the consciousness and capability to adapt teachings to meet the need of the time, and from generation to generation, without diluting the purity of the original teaching.In short, it's an explanation that it's not what you know that's important, it's ‘how' you know.Jai Guru Deva. Episode Highlights[00:55] The Role of Tradition in Vedic Worldview[03:37] Irrelevant Reaction[06:04] Our Brain is Not Being Used to Its Full Potential[08:19] The Brain as a Machine[10:33] What is Our Brain Capable Of?[12:08] Brain Development[13:50] This is Veda[16:26] Eureka![18:49] Maintaining the Purity[20:51] The Vedic Worldview is Inexhaustible[22:48] Limitations of Newton's Theory[24:31] Quantum Mechanics Can Explain Things[26:38] Maharishi Gifted Me...[28:12] How Do You Get That?[30:00] Why Do We Exist?[31:28] The Dishwasher[33:13] The Gardener[34:44] The Colorless Sap[36:13] Refining My Capability[37:26] My Great Joy[39:01] The Meaning of Jai Guru Deva Useful Linksinfo@thomknoles.com https://thomknoles.com/https://www.instagram.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.facebook.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.youtube.com/c/thomknoleshttps://thomknoles.com/ask-thom-anything/
Fewer and fewer Americans are using their dishwashers... which sounds absurd. Dishwashers were invented to make our lives easier! So why are people choosing to hand wash instead? Christian Britschgi from Reason explains how this is a classic case of federal energy regulations gone wrong.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dating, huh? We love the stuff, which is why this episode we're diving into the ins and outs of how ADHD shows up in dating and relationships. From communication to forgetfulness to a strict adherence to tuppie instructions, we'll break down all the reasons why dating an ADHDer can be difficult, but worth it. We may not remember to pay the water bill every month, but who needs water when you have a quick wit and a bunch of half-completed tasks around the house to keep you wet? Come check out Part 1 of what will surely be a never-ending series about ADHD and relationships, because we can never shut the fuck up about anything, at all, ever, and that's what you love about us. Resources: The Impact of ADHD on Marriage (healthyplace.com) ADHD and Relationships | Psychology Today ADHD and Relationships: 10 Rules for Adults with ADHD / ADD (additudemag.com) 6-Ways-ADHD-Sabotages-Relationships.pdf (additudemag.com)
Happy Friday! We found out if we have been loading the dishwasher correctly and what you can put in the dishwasher. One word will help you get the perfect picture and you're going to laugh once you hear it. We take a trip back memory lane to revisit those awkward memories of gym class in our youth. Plus pickleball, what to watch this weekend, and what to do this weekend.
The four things you need to be doing every in your business so that it always makes money while you sleep. I'm here to show you how to get to your next rank. The best part is that you won't need to lose your friends, ruin family relationships, or kill yourself working 24/7 and hit burnout to make it to the top. You don't have to have a giant network or be savvy with social media. It's not that it's going to be all rainbows and daisies, but it will not be as hard for you as it was for me because you will have me to show you a better way. I can get you there safely and faster, and that's what you really want. You ready?
Street Takeovers getting dangerous // MLB Wildcard Game / BH smash n grab jewelry arrested / Haboob in Sam Diego / Chess Cheater / NY Condos / Billionaire Row // Lots of sports this weekend / Dishwater do's and dont's / Syretching your meat
Graham Norton's fourth novel 'Forever Home' is out now and he stopped by Today FM to catch up with Ian. Graham spoke about his amazing year that included getting married in the sun in West Cork, and it turns out the locals sometimes give his new husband a different name. And because Graham is just like the rest of us, Ian also quizzed him on the dishwasher, putting out the bins and playing sport.
The guys talk most memorable in theatre movie experience, and which household appliances they hold grudges against! And as always big thanks to our sponsors. Go to Shopify.com/qq for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Get $15 off your first month's subscription plus free shipping: Nutrafol.com/men promo code qq. Thanks Avast.com! GO.FACTOR75.com/qq130 and use code qq130 to get $130 off across 6 boxes.
Aaron & AJ talk about what our ideal age range is for dating, how to tell the difference between a close friend and surface-level friend, and why Asians don't use the dishwasher at home. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bellowbois/support
In the first episode of our second season, food personality Molly Baz, author of the best-selling Cook This Book, and spatial designer Ben Willett share all the secrets behind their food-themed Altadena, California, home, from the Caesar salad bathroom marble to the butter yellow kitchen cabinets. (You may have seen them in Domino's Fall digital issue?) Listen in as the married pair talk about how they work together in harmony and why, when it comes to projects, they had to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Danny & Billy attended a screening of Drag Race Season 4. They have a letter from someone with a 'weirdo' housemate & they ask, should Grindr do more to stop cyber flashing? @gossipgayspod on all social media Listeners Letters - firstname.lastname@example.org Other Inquiries - email@example.com
So nice we had to spin the block and do it twice! The Fellas (Adrian, Andrew, and Kyle for those who aren't caught up) enter the Ladies Room for Pt.2. We discuss parental double standards and gender roles. Should everyone experience a few therapy sessions for the sake of a meaningful life? Do men really hate lazy cheeks? And ladies do we even care?! Better question, should men be seen as “the prize” equally as much as women? Should men do a better job of communicating their needs? Why can't women sit in the accountability pool for too long? Special thank you to The Fellas for joining us! Not to worry, they'll definitely be back!
On this episode of Bounced From The Roadhouse:Special Guests in 4B: D.Ray KnightDream Job Alert - Puke on CommandIdentifying as a CatShort Stories - Genie in a BottleApple PayJason Momoa Shaved HeadBrandon's BeardChicken PoxAmy Anti-VanCanadian Bike TheftPumpkin SpiceAmy's CyclingFair Ride IncidentStupid Headlines - Cheese DanishToilet Seats in the DishwasherCars Extended WarrantyTik Tok Talk - Dance PrankMisheard Song LyricsHealth Adventure UpdateDumby of The Day - Impersonating a CopMailbag - Denied VacationPrank Call - AdeleKAT OUT of The BAGDR BjQuestions? Comments? Leave us a message! 605-389-3456Don't forget to subscribe, leave us a review and some stars!Also follow us on Facebook and Tik Tokfirstname.lastname@example.org@theroadhouseshowam.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Put Dirty Dishes in the Dishwasher, published by jefftk on September 10, 2022 on LessWrong. "It's not worth using the dishwasher: by the time you've gotten your dishes clean enough to put in, you might as well just finish washing them yourself." People have a wide range of ways they deal with dishes before putting them in the dishwasher: Rinse well. The dishes should look clean before they go in. Rinse lightly. It's fine if the dishes don't look clean, but they should be close. Scrape well. There shouldn't be anything on the dishes that further scraping would remove. Scrape lightly. Get most of the food off, but it's fine if some stuff remains. Do nothing. Just dump the whole thing in there, food and all. [Not recommended.] Earlier options are more work, give you cleaner dishes, and mean you need to clean the dishwasher less often. Later are the reverse. In my experience, people tend to be too far towards the early end for their particular dishwasher and time-cleanliness preferences. This makes sense: if you're too far toward the later end you notice and adjust, while in the other direction there's no signal that you could be doing better. Try a later option; you could be putting effort into pre-cleaning for minimal impact on your dishes. It's a cheap experiment to run: there's a good chance you're happy, and if not you can just re-run this load and go back to more thorough pre-cleaning. Personally, I'm pretty happy with #4. It's very little work, and usually all the dishes come out clean. When one is still dirty, I just include it in the next load after scraping a bit. If dishes come out unusually dirty it's generally because something was loaded wrong (too tall on the bottom rack, poking through the middle rack) and prevented the middle arm from spinning. Comment via: facebook Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
A record-breaking carving of male manhood has been uncovered & my Insane FL Nephew, "Pancho Guero", has the cold, hard, facts! Italian food lovers wept over spilled Alfredo sauce that creamed I-55 in Memphis, TN. Nothing kills a romantic mood like a carjacking & "Pancho" has the stupid situation one couple found themselves in when they were at the height of romance! The stupid truck has delivered another load... The Trailer for "Winnie the Pooh: Blood & Honey" Is Out; Study finds: Men happier in relationships when they think they're funnier; Carjackers interrupt couple having sex, leave them naked in the streets; Firefighters find ‘unusual smell' aboard plane—was bottle of nail polish; Cop Arrested for Posing…as a Cop; Can You Puke on Command? If So, This Company Is Hiring: A Guy Broke into an Animal Shelter & Let The Dogs Out; Japanese Government Struggles To Get Rid Of The Floppy Disk; Iowa town Can't Find Their time capsule; Rudest Cities in America Include Philadelphia (& Philly Has Beef with It); Woman Calls 911...Because She Was Stuck Upside-Down at the Gym; An Intruder Was Caught with His Pants Down While Charging His Phone; Pilot Threatens to Turn Plane Around if People Didn't Stop AirDropping Nude Pics; Cabbage Patch Kids hospital where dolls ‘give birth' & get adopted freaks woman out; A Guy Met Up with His Ex to Get Money for the Tires She Slashed...& She Stabbed Him; Brilliant or STUPID? Putting Your Toilet Seat in the Dishwasher; CT Man Apprehended After Masturbating While Skateboarding Along Trails. Play along with "Pancho" this week & see if you can do better then he can at guessing in the "Insane Game Show" & find the answers to life's biggest questions when you here his profound wisdom as he answers more questions from those who want to "ASK PANCHO" for some advice! "Pancho" addresses the burning questions about "My Wife & I Don't Share A Lot Of Interests" & "I'm Self Conscious About Dating Because I Have To Pee A Lot" Don't forget to download the TELEGRAM MESSENGER & join the "Insane Erik Lane's Stupid World" Channel to read the actual stories used for the podcast & check out the photos & videos with them! It's FREE & available for Windows, Linux, Android, & Apple for both mobile & desktop! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eriklane/support
Apparently people are putting their toilet seat in the dishwasher to clean it...If you're living with your parents again, there should be some ground rules...right? There's more purchases your cashier is judging you for.
The DSC Show for Wednesday 9/7/2022: On today's show we heard the weirdest song one listener likes to bone to then we learned which song Boyer likes to eat to the beat of, we played Battle Of The Sexes and heard from our beloved Shelly who learned of a new dishwasher trick she's interested in that has us all horrified!
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We've invited men into the Ladies Room folks! Join the Tribe along with childhood best friends Kyle, Drew & Adrian as they share their POV on dating, marriage, fatherhood and whatever other notes Drew had on that damn IPad! The men share how they knew their significant others were “the one,” personal evolution, and dishes left unattended for DAYS (put that shit in the dishwasher!)
Holly speculates about how one article about Josephine Cochrane got so many details wrong. Tracy then talks about the details of Canada's currency featuring Viola Desmond. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There is one woman in particular who normally gets the credit for inventing the dish washer. But there were other inventors trying to come up with ways to automatically take care of kitchen clean up both before and after Josephine Cochran. Research: Bellis, Mary. "Josephine Cochran and the Invention of the Dishwasher." ThoughtCo, Aug. 28, 2020, thoughtco.com/josephine-cochran-dishwasher-4071171. Houghton, Joel. “IMPROVEMENT IN MACHINES FOR WASHING TABLE FURNITURE.” United States Patent Office. May 14, 1850. https://todayinsci.com/Events/Patent/DishwashingMachine7365.htm Cochran, J.G. “Dish Washing Machine.” U.S. Patent Office. Dec. 28, 1886. https://patents.google.com/patent/US355139 Fenster, Julie M. “The Woman Who Invented the Dish Washer.” Invention & Technology. Fall 1999. Volume 15, Issue 2. https://www.inventionandtech.com/content/woman-who-invented-dishwasher-1 “Restoring History: Family Purchases Home of Dishwasher Inventor Josephine Cochrane and Pledges to Return it to its Former Glory.” Whirlpool. July 30, 2020. https://www.whirlpoolcorp.com/restoring-history-dishwasher-inventor-josephine-cochrane/ Eschner, Kat. “This Time-Saving Patent Paved the Way for the Modern Dishwasher.” Smithsonian. Dec. 28, 2017. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/time-saving-patent-paved-way-modern-dishwasher-180967656/ Ram, Jocelyn, et al. “I'll Do It Myself.” United States Patent and Trademark Office. https://www.uspto.gov/learning-and-resources/journeys-innovation/historical-stories/ill-do-it-myself “Josephine Garis Cochran.” National Inventors Hall of Fame. 2006. https://www.invent.org/inductees/josephine-garis-cochran Smyser, Sue. “Woman's Quest to Save Good China Leads to Invention of Dishwasher.” Journal Gazette (Mattoon, Illinois). March 13, 2002. https://www.newspapers.com/image/84706698/?terms=Garis-Cochran&match=1 “Mrs. Cochran, Who Has Won Success as an Inventor.” The Dispatch (Moline, Illinois). Nov. 16, 1895. https://www.newspapers.com/image/?clipping_id=55415779&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjMzODYyNTg5OCwiaWF0IjoxNjU5OTY3OTUzLCJleHAiOjE2NjAwNTQzNTN9.a3m-ZQ4f6PFlFUG8ibS-p2qBxNpg0C9Z2gEwg1t5lOU See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's current events we discuss the sledging incident that shocked the AFL world, weird Aussie chip flavours, the hairdresser that save the QLD Health Ministers life and some tv casting news. We also offer up some Dadvice on being ghosted and we discuss if you can bring your own food to a restaurant. If you enjoyed this episode please don't forget to rate, review & subscribe. Recommendations:Courtney: The High Note on NetflixRick: I Am Georgina on NetflixFollow UsInstagram: @donttellyourmotherpodcast @courtneymangan @rickimanganTikTok: @donttellyourmotherpod @courtneymangan1Click here to submit a story for Dadvice or Rick of Approval
In the early 2000's, life-time Restaurateurs Mijo Alanis and Pam Vivio began to notice a shocking new trend: while working in Pam's family restaurant, they watched as people traded in their cheeseburgers and french fries for salads and fresh produce. After witnessing more and more customers seek healthier options, they began to theorize about a new concept that served fresh, healthy foods and smoothies. While this type of concept had begun to take a foothold on the East and West Coasts, Mijo and Pam were among the first to test the concept in the Michigan market. In 2005, they opened the very first Beyond Juicery + Eatery location in Birmingham, Michigan delighting its customers with a focus on healthy and fresh ingredients that tasted Beyond good! Mijo started out in the restaurant business as a dishwasher and through the experiences of working in the corporate restaurant world as well as behind-the-scenes work in a family-owned business, he had the makings of a successful franchisor. As the visionary of this business, Mijo now focuses on building and growing Beyond Juicery + Eatery and in this episode, he shares his journey and the opportunities franchising brings to the table. Key Takeaways: [1:51] - Mijo is the founder of Beyond Juicery + Eatery and shares his experience building the business. [4:24] - Through an experience working with his future father-in-law, Mijo learned what it was like to own a business. [6:21] - Mijo and his wife are founders of Beyond Juicery + Eatery as well as still involved with her family's restaurant. [8:12] - Mijo noticed the trend in what people were throwing away. [10:43] - They launched the first juice bar with extensive background and experience in 2005. [12:11] - What are the things needed to maintain a team during times of labor issues? [14:10] - People don't quit jobs, they quit bosses. [15:48] - Putting people in the right role makes a huge difference. [18:10] - Opening it was the first step, and then Mijo figured things out as he went along. [19:54] - Mijo shares the moment he learned that franchising was a great option. [21:34] - Beyond Juicery + Eatery is more than juice. They have an extensive menu that includes all fresh and clean ingredients. [24:29] - Most locations are in Michigan, but Beyond Juicery + Eatery is expanding. [25:54] - The core values of Beyond Juicery + Eatery are looked for in franchisees. [28:49] - The qualities of a successful franchisor are visionary, manager-leader, and entrepreneur. Mentioned in This Episode: Franchise Website: Beyond Juicery + Eatery Beyond Juicery + Eatery Website
- Bring a Trash Bag for Dirty Clothes on a Trip. - Photosynthesis. Chop. - Peas. Chop. - When You're Unloading the Dishwasher and Water Sits on Top of Indentation of the Bottom of the Cup and Spills All Over You and the Other Dry Dishes. Chop.
Aaah. Another non-negotiable. The ladies disagree on how to wash the dishes. Melissa washes the dishes before washing the dishes. Amanda lets the dishwasher be the dishwasher. Both agree that Marilyn Monroe was too depressed to do either though.