19 Burst results for "Roloff"

"roloff" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:15 min | Last month

"roloff" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"That's your kink. How are these stories even printed? Oh my God, and finally speaking of kinks, and I know my buddy Neil can not possibly hear this story. Without vomiting because as I told you, if you remember, he literally can not see a little person, or a midget, as he used to accurately call them. Did you hear this new shit? Just when you thought the me too movement was over here comes a me too midget story. So that show little people, big world. There's one of the stars Jacob roloff, he came forward with this traumatic memory of sexual abuse by a producer on the TLC series. And he put out this lengthy Instagram post the other day, and he said, flat out, he was molested by a former producer named Chris cardamom while he starred on the show with his family. And I'm not going to laugh when I say this, but he wrote, and it's, I mean, look, I don't want to make lie to this. This is, if this happened, it's awful. And he said, it is often much easier to think about things than it is to talk about them. And so this disclosure has been delayed, but through that delay I have found the fortitude and words. That gets 23 years old. He said, as a child, after what I realized now was a long, grooming process, I was molested by an executive field producer for little people, big world. Now, he doesn't plan to provide details of this encounter, but he hopes that cardamom is never allowed around children again. And to that I say, I'm sorry, buddy. It's Hollywood. You know, that's. That's not going to happen. He's going to still get work. See Brian singer.

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"roloff" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"And I mean, it just sounds kind of funny. I guess I think he calls it the neti and pun psychism. But Luke is a one of the most rigorous and serious philosophers alive at the moment, I think I hate having Luke roloff's in an audience if I'm giving a talk because he always cuts straight to the weakness in your position that you hadn't thought of. And so it's 19 psych has been sometimes associated with fluffy thinking, but you know, contemporary puns like us have come out of this tradition we call analytic philosophy, which is rooted in detailed rigorous argumentation and it is defended in that manner. Yeah, those analytic philosophers sticklers for terminology. It's very fun, very fun group to talk shit with over. Yeah. Well, I mean, it gets boring if you just start and then defining words, right? Yeah. I think starting with defining words is good. Actually, the philosopher Derek parfit said when he first was thinking about philosophy. He went to a talk in analytic philosophy and he went to a talk in continental philosophy and he decided that the problem with the continental philosophy it was really un rigorous really and precise, the problem with the analytic philosophy is it was just not about anything important. And he thought there was more chance of working within analytic philosophy and asking some more meaningful some more profound questions than there was in working continental philosophy and making it more rigorous. Now they're both horrific stereotypes and you know I don't want to get nasty emails from either of these groups. But there's something to something to what he was saying. I think just a tiny tangent on terminology, I do think that there's a lot of deep insight to be discovered by just asking questions. What do we mean by this word? I remember I was thinking a course on algorithms and data structures in computer science. And these instructor shout out to him, Ali sheka Fonda, amazing professor. I remember he asked some basic questions like what is an algorithm? The pressure of pushing students to answer to think deeply. You know, you just woke up hungover in college or whatever in your task answering some deep philosophical question about what is an algorithm. These basic questions. And they sound very simple, but they're actually very difficult. And one of the things I really value in conversation is asking these dumb simple questions of what is intelligence. And just continually asking that question over and over some of those biggest research and the researchers in the artificial intelligence computer science space is actually very useful. At the same time it should start a terminology and then progress where you kind of say ah fuck it. We'll just we'll just assume we know what we mean by that. Otherwise you get the Bill Clinton situation where it's like what is the meaning of it is whatever he said..

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"roloff" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"roloff" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"My news busters Joseph Vasquez This is America's most notorious billionaire talking about Soros leaves his mark on the world from a $2.3 billion education behemoth to racial politics Folks this is a big deal We can't emphasize you enough the importance of a political strategy here when it comes to elections in 2022 and 2024 And we can't lose sight of down ballot races There is this phenomenon called I think it's called roloff the political science majors can correct me if I'm wrong But people will tend to show up on election day In 2022 and 2024 and they'll vote at the top of the ticket The top of the ticket could be a number of different things In the presidential it's obviously the president But in midterms it can be a Senate race It can be a governor's race depending what's going on in your specific state and your locality right Roloff is when they vote at the top of the ticket I'm going to vote for you know governor bag of donuts or whatever it may be And then they don't bother voting on the candidates down ballot whether they're not interested in who they are whether they don't have the time to look them up I don't know I'm not criticizing I'm just telling you that that's a really really bad awful counterproductive strategy Why Because organized left this and their money machines that engage in activism understand that it's from those down ballot races where the damage can really be done A lot of these cities are descending into madness Philadelphia Chicago Los Angeles San Francisco Some of them in our broadcast audience here Detroit when wj R where we broadcast on They're descending into madness because these down ballot races for district attorney Manhattan in Alvin Bragg Have gone in overwhelming fashion to Soros funded prosecutors in many cases who have zero interest in prosecuting crime And when you don't prosecute.

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"roloff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jonathan Ferrell Lisa Abramovich in Tom Keane on radio on television a most interesting day Some earnings coming out as well A market lift that has a different character to it John it's a market lift ramped around fed speak Where did the equity bears go Tom four days of games into Tuesday up another half of 1% on the S&P striking distance of all time highs on the S&P 500 And the fed speed Tom front and center because we're doing this with increasing bets of rate hikes at the fed Next year Yeah it's going to be interesting to see how they do They were you for another They're going to separate taper from rates I think John I'm more focused on the rate chat than the tape Taper chats done November 3rd let's go Let's go Let's have a conversation about interest rates Fact of the matter is we're not the objective is they've not been successful tongue The objective is to separate the taper torque from rate height guidance They've not been successful because we're increasingly pricing in interest rate hikes That's what you'd think they need to push back against this week This new phrase slug flesh and Lisa to me It's about slower growth and you wonder is there a fiscal drag if Washington gets nothing done on infrastructure Nothing done on some form of social programs And frankly even if they do get something done the fact that it will be drawn out over many years we're getting the roloff of a lot of the fiscal support that we got from the pandemic when the debate around the fed though really hinges on the lack of knowns I mean how could you speak with conviction Tom about an inflationary backdrop that no one fully understands We don't know how much is being driven by supply side dynamics versus demand side to dynamics And that matters tremendously for a Federal Reserve Now John I really want to stop the show here and we're advantaged as you know by Mark gurman who's flat out the number one person in the world on Apple and all that John you know I've been talking about technology and our underestimation of it This is from the production expert this morning It's a first look at the engineering that cook and Cupertino have done Geek bench and John Poole say this new toy John which you need near the performance of the 12 core cheese grater All you gotta know in consumer speak is this thing's a beast and John we underestimate that going into 2025 Do I need the screen cleaning cloth Tom $19 Come on I sit here and I laugh Tom the problem is they'll be cutting that out in the earnings in the sky And the PowerPoint What would they call that They would call that And cleaning cloths Cleaning something Cleaning experience I'm saying that the inequalities that we're talking about every day and the market guesses we're talking about have an overlay of technology Lisa that's unmeasurable and you saw that yesterday beneath the headlines of Apple Although to John's point there is a limit to what people will pay and really it will be interesting to see whether people pay $19 for a cloth The idea here that they tried to make an Apple watch premium that was something how many thousands of dollars they had to retrench because people actually said well you know the technology is going to be obsolete The Hermes watch helped out with that Lisa one of your offspring is going to be going I need to load at MacBook M1 X or whatever You know this is like this weekend's conversation And when I say to them you better clean the screen they say okay I've got something for that And I'm gonna say yeah I've got this It comes free with my glasses John it gives you a cloth What is that about Tom It's what they might have Yeah we're gonna make some Tom Oh there it is Mark Herman thank you for your reporting on Apple John I'm reporting a data check And I guess they got to say oil's cratered Criteria 83 That's from 25 Right now Bear in mind Tom there's people listening on radio They might not get a sarcasm up 9 tenths 1% on crude Through 83 83 27 Yields in a basis point reverses some of the move in the bond market One 58 80 bit of dollar weakness out there Euro strength Euro dollar one 1655 and Tom can't get away from it Equity futures just partner get on again of 22 and a half of 1% What was the draw down 5% and now within 1% of all time highs Come up over 6% off the NASDAQ bottom as well On radio out of New York and of course Boston Washington San Francisco and all across the station and truly around the world We said good morning And on radio and TV it's about okay now what Her shooting is chief investment officer Okay now what If the Northwestern Mutual company Brett what is the mood of your institutional and retail clientele that's worried cautious or flat out scared Yeah we think there's been worries in the markets about mid may So if you think back then everything was going well in this country Everything that we had tried to do over the prior year was kind of coming to fruition So we had rising vaccination declining COVID cases And economic growth was strong And I think people sat around and wondered what could it go wrong And so you had to worry about too much I think the inflation commentary that we still have today and what would the fed do You had the two little crowd China evergreen would the economy roll over And then valuations our stocks too strong how they rallied too much And we think that's really driven trading over the past few months And we think that as you move towards the end of the year investors will refocus on economic and earnings fundamentals which will push stocks higher And I think that's what you're seeing right now Earnings are coming in strong The economy is still strong Certainly there has been a week patch because of COVID But I think that alleviates and I think you're left with an economy that's moving higher earnings that are strong and a ten year treasury still setting around one 60 Where are you going to put your money How important is that one 60 pace in all of this It's important I mean if you think right now I find the narrative kind of odd when people come on worried about inflation saying the fed's going to do nothing And then they tell you to invest in bonds To me I still think there's plenty of room in equities I think especially in the more cyclical areas which I think we've all given up on after a brief 6 month rally in those versus things like the Apple $19 cloth that you were talking about Yeah I think that you're in hell and oil in places like that is where you want to invest More so than a secular grower is like you just mentioned I've been asking guests over the last week Brent what are the pillars of support that will persist We can lean on through next year as well not just into year round BlackRock gave me two They said pent up demand that will persist and pricing power Do you share that view brand I do If you look right now for example on the consumer side of the equation the consumer has spent the prior 13 years deleverage in their balance sheet Their debt to net worth has gone from 24 to 12 The cost of that debt has gone from 18 to 12 And so the consumers healthy they have pent up demand and I think you're going to continue to see spending The question is going to be on these supply chains Can that snarls kind of alleviate a bit And I think they will as you move into the new year And so I think you'll have a setup where equities continue to push higher There's certainly our risk and I don't expect the same push that you had post COVID But I think on a relative basis stocks are still attractive relative to bonds just given the economic outlook and where the fed is Brett when you were saying that there is a lot of pessimism in markets where are you seeing that pessimism Yeah for example just the client visits the questions that I get are not what could go right It's what could go wrong And that's kind of a continual question that I get all the.

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"roloff" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

JustATouchof_J

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on JustATouchof_J

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"roloff" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Engagement Throughout am i wanna ask actually specifically about germany because another key point between the. Us and germany were with vitamin. Did something that germany very much wanted has to do with this nord stream. Two pipeline say. It's a large nearly completed pipeline under the baltic sea That will carry natural gas from russia to germany. And it's been a major. It's been a major point of contention in our relations with germany Because of the concern that if russia has a direct gas linked to germany it will gain additional capability to cut off gas supplies to countries in eastern europe at sometimes hostile relationships with like ukraine and poland on the trump administration had been preventing the opening of this pipeline through sanctions policy biden administration has folded on that much to the irritation of various people in congress on both sides of the aisle and also the irritation of some of these eastern european governments. What did we get in exchange doing that because that was the thing that was never clear to me in the in the public statements from the administration. They said you. we got a sure. Ince's of certain safeguards and protections associated with this. But i i. I didn't understand what we had gotten in that exchange. We got some assurances that the germans would try and help ukrainians first slider on transit. Fees would help to sort of build up internal Resilience choose energy shortages But but i would portray it less as buying striking deal with europeans on this and more as the us bowing to the inevitability of the pipeline being completed The trump administration has tried throwing sanctions the problem and declaring these about sanctions on russia or russian companies. These are sanctions on german companies. So we're sanctioning an ally over this to try and prevent the completion of this commercial project between russia germany. They didn't work the pipeline cats in constructed. It was almost completed tiny biden. Humans office as the administration tried up. Bluffing rookie sanctions on. Don't complete but eventually are bhuj too. I think the inevitability of the fact that this was going to happen so i think this is the problem. That ayden could've fixed. But i also think the by team has been pretty open a fact that this is not necessarily a major blows european energy security. There's lots of things that can be done Short stumping nordstrom two pipelines. That actually help on this front timid. It's been interesting to me to see this sort of the role reversal between a lot of the trump administration. that You know how to sort of it was pretty skeptical about the nato alliance in certain ways definitely perceived by democrats is very favorable to russia. And here you had an area. Where i mean i guess. The question is emma's saying if the trump administration policies weren't going to work forever. Then i suppose the second trump term also would have would have seen the opening of nord stream two but you definitely saw a posture from republicans in the trump administration. That was that was more hostile to russia here than where vitamin unleaded landed. Yeah i mean. The russia's story was always mostly the fact that Trump had a weird crush on vladimir putin like he did on most strongmen but the trump administration was Was in a lot of ways relatively strong towards towards putin and checking him and the sort of the idea the that the left freaked out about russia being the big and you even had them You know on online and on twitter they'd be bringing up soviet stuff as if like the russia was the same as soviet union and the left was now against it and republicans before was always justice. Silly freak out led by cable and and vary online Democrats and so the the trump administration was strong on. This and emma knows much better than i do. What would've actually worked on on applying pressure vis-a-vis the pipeline but the trump's personal fondness for putin didn't really translate into a putin friendly administration in the way that democrats said it did i. Am i think something that david got at with Discussing vaccine patent issue may have to do with why some of these seemingly zombie trump administration policies have survived that even if even if the trump administration had a list of priorities what they wanted to pressure europe on The bite administration has a different list but may still find some of the same tools useful. Is that what's going on. For example the tariffs that came in with the trump administration. And are we. Are we going to see over the next year or two Some of those negotiations workout that by biden. We'll just be looking for something different out of the europeans and when we we get that we should see some of these policies roloff. I think there's a variety of different reviews going on in the administration in particular. There's a review all global sanctions. All there's a force hostile review happening on the pentagon And so some of this is between that. The administration is taking to work through the broader questions before they decided to change. Course i think some of the questions of taras though are less about implementation more but the administration is still not entirely a one. Might whether it's keep these terrorists in place. I make less true in the european side but particularly true on the western china and another asian countries. there is a definite Group insight administration arguing that with great power competition. China's emerging worth maybe. The trump tariffs are actually useful in that context of zoning batman internal debate the administration's actually having those stand staying places are assault. Emma ashford is a senior fellow with the new american engagement initiative.

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"roloff" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Ahead and roll metoo encounter checks with a d. tend to see what is up on this wall here about the bunch of detention front all rolled them right up lots ten and three okay You guys look up and you see to crossbow. Men to like Whites in black leather armor with hoods i'm holding crossbows to These little great gremlins with yellow is and you guys would know this from your research on. I two look. It just looks like there's two ballista up there but you know that they are animated ballista. 's that can shoot on the road Guys are at the base of this wall. here's how this will work This is a hard climb. this is kind of like the climbing mechanics that we did back with them via cirque and hank. This is a hard climb. so it's a fourteen. You have to do three successful checks to get to the top. If you fail you will not fall. This is easy enough because it's like built of stone. It's not like a sheer rock face or something like that. If you failure check then you have to do. A new stealth check okay. So it's like you slip and you need to try to recover if you fail stealth track. It doesn't necessarily mean that. I know you're there. They just see something moving so they might. Go down to investigate. So the section of the wall to cross bowman to to peekers to ena ballista. How many feet. Away hundred fifty feet So it's guys take we're gonna say three rounds to get up so everybody go ahead and roll initiative at eight seven. Oh thirty twenty for me as well so do roloff pseudo flip off. Probably you have more dexterity so as probably you mind plus faith mine is bad at the top of the order are the cross bowman cross bowman Do not do anything. They are just looking around After the cross bowman. I'm chrissie you come forward at the bottom of the wall. You can make a stealth check with advantage. I'm actually if it's alright with you. I'm going to hold my turn. I would like to go last. Because i have an ability that allows me to give people to help auction on. I'd love to be able to just. I'd love to be able to take the rear and prevent people from falling if it comes to that sweets. I'll size up whoever has Whoever looks like they're going to be the worst. That claiming on i will go ahead and give them the help action i athletics. Good janis is pretty solid to athletics. Eleven my athletics is a an. I'll be adding a d four to my roles because of i've realized The harrowing truth. That you yourself. I was going to say it looked like you came of age. Four but gangly guttural now. I'm gangling woman. John see that to allow us. Jailed has become woman. Child doesn't have the same ring honestly. I've seen this lady do a flip a trusted I'm gonna pull out a big crystal shard from a beard and handed johnny and say this should be a climate all right. Thanks chrissy. now that's a christie thing you understand. That is your turn okay. Is this thing that we're a dash action about it. Takes a successful athletics. Check to reach a point on the wall. Once you reach the third point you are at the top of the wall okay. I'm going to do my athletics. i do i do. Stealth thirteen two stealth. Okay now you do it your athletics. Athletics dirty twenty. Hey we know you are not doing a great job with stealth but they get disadvantage on their perception checks For the first checkpoint or making your way up you're climbing silently but you're out in the open even with your cloak on the rocks press plus up after fierce turn that is looking my joints thanking the impact them off. The ballista does not act on. Its own after the ballista are the peekers There are two They're going to roll with disadvantage to try to feel they gotta be to thirteen. Oh boy okay. That's an advantage for the first one. It is and that is a. You gotta thirteen right. Yeah that's exactly thirteen with disadvantage. I think i am not going to chronicle shift. Because i think this is a long day beginning of the day. I think i'd rather have it out with these little tiny grant sweet. Yeah i'll say You have not failed by enough to dude did not see you exactly but Some rocks kickoff. As you're climbing up on an as you reach the first section you see one of the peekers goes and starts talking to One of the cross men after the peekers That is janis term. Well all right so stealth with advantage. I right yep okay. Thirty two jesus lord you successfully press yourself up against the wall. You are so close to the wall that they would literally hanging over the edge to see you. They cannot see right. Now go ahead make your Acrobatics or athletic. Check okay Here's something that i would like to do. I have these these cyanic blades. I can throw them and teleport to where the blade is thrown the blade disappears. Okay i make a sound. there is no physical blade. Okay basically. I want to make another noise. But then throw the blade and transport to a different spot to off of. Bsn got it okay. That's what i'm hoping. Go ahead and give me a deception check. I have another friend who also teleport's we say did you are fucking morons. Quiet down to shut your binding. You be quiet. Talk about these binding. Bookbinding blah deception check. Okay it's only a fourteen okay. But i might use one of my sonic blades to re-rule that which i'm allowed to do roddam you guys see kind of just like switchblade that glows blue disappearance. The ground as i expand one knows.

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"roloff" Discussed on AoS Coach

AoS Coach

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on AoS Coach

"Going into it picking a target killing that target moving onto the next and being tankeea enough that if you get if something gets caught that next turn you can retreat. How and then hope that you you get the roloff or do whatever you need to or even used as a hey. I'm sacrifice those five pain breyer's and keep them in combat for a round or two while everything else goes into kills the stuff that they really need to keep alive. And so that's something that i would recommend to a lot of people's you have to not just smash into anarchy on with glucose and because even going back to that can list. I fought everything was dead by turn to i. It was it was it was crazy. He had sixty pink cores. Gone all his heroes were gone. He only had our can and the lord of The cast source on flight. That was it but in he if he hadn't got slayer kings off every single time against all my heroes would have been done so it was one of those things where it you know it was. It was lucky on his part. Why i never fought. I never swung in a single attack into our camp. Because it's no. And that's i k- lesson is when you see things like you know. Even you know our member negotiation go supercharging guy get a whole bunch of Bolts on him. He's a lot of points if you go kill at skeletons. Zombies is blocked nights There's only one body kind of climbing objectives negative. This is an objective game. It's about Deny your opponent the battle tactics Scoring and holding objectives. Nearly as important as it wasn't a second edition. Yes yes you get points for holding it objective and chew and mole but if you're in a battle plan with say seeks objectives as long as you hope more and urine removing objectives intern three with the The shift like having a couple of objectives is normally enough..

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"roloff" Discussed on It’s not Normal, It’s Toxic-rid your life of toxic people

It’s not Normal, It’s Toxic-rid your life of toxic people

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on It’s not Normal, It’s Toxic-rid your life of toxic people

"It's going to hurt no matter what you do. it's going to hurt and leaving breaking up that family unit. Is that a good thing. No it's not a good thing but it's not because the abused person left. It's because of what the abuser did to cause the abuse hurston too late that put the a victim blaming is has has got to stop. It just drives me insane. When i hear somebody say i'm just using you as an example but you know. Heidi left her husband. Well okay just out of the blue or what happened to cause latte. Let's turn the focus on what caused that Instead of just you know heidi's a bad person because she broke up her family so that brings up a completely different points. Okay yes. Heidi left her husband. But what caused that. But what happens is the toxic personality will deny everything so that makes somebody like go cable. I don't want to take the blame. And and it's gonna make me look bad so once again here i am star know and when i finally did leave i mean the stuff that went on was insane insane when i finally did lead. I was accused of every sin in the book. None none of which were true. Which however. I decided not to defend myself. That's called the smear campaign just for those of you. Who are listening. You know they wanna make you look bad. And i i had to consciously make a choice not to worry about what was being said about because i knew the truth and the people that mattered me the truth again. That's probably what saved me. Because once i decided i was not going to try and explain myself it kind of kept me out of the muck and i kinda just had to put my little umbrella up and just went all that stuff roloff until it kind of trickled away and to this day i will get messages from people that say we had it completely wrong..

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"roloff" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Void where prohibited by law. And we're back with hollywood executive producer. Joe roloff agos joe. You worked on the biggest loser for ten years. And i would absolutely be remiss if i had you on the show and i didn't ask about the biggest loser. What was that whole experience lake because many people talk about the eating disorders that that many of the contestants have and i know you talked about how you used drugs and alcohol to mask mental health issues and i do think there's probably a commonality in there. Was that difficult for you. What did you see. I'm just asking your opinion about sort of the combined mental health struggle of of you and the the contestants that you worked with yeah it really just proves that everything starts with the mind. You know the contestants on the biggest loser they weren't on the show just because they love the flavor of pizzas and burgers. They were there because they were telling you themselves. Something and then food became their comfort. Food became their coping skill. There's nothing good or bad with food. It's whatever we make it out to be. The contestants on the show had this relationship with food where it was filling up this void where they felt like they were so empty and a lot of the contestants felt like they had that sense of unworthiness. They felt like they had that trauma that they never healed from. They felt like they had that relationship that they could never have. And then food became all of that and so what happened was they got onto the show and yes. There was a lot of working out and a lot of eating right but a lot of it was being able to. You know work with the psychological aspect of the relationship with food and it really came into play once. I started to have my own addiction not with food but with alcohol..

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"roloff" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

"It didn't really work for me. It's like an Italian home. If he obviously Suicide Squad, the new Suicide Squad, movie John Cena doing interviews like wearing the the costume is a choice. How was that I was ready to side Squad? Suicide that Suicide Squad. One rule for you know it didn't I didn't think it was great nose. I was so excited for part one. Sort of like opening night like I Maxmoefoe look at each other the end. Like I can't believe we did this. I can't believe went opening night like waited in line to see Suicide Squad. This one is really good. This one is like legitimately really good job. Just so funny and so dumb and all of the right jokes. It's what you wanted. The first Suicide Squad movie to actually be okay. Well look the suicide squad one cast like if you had me in there. But yeah Joker thing was weird and Will Smith was fine and microbial. I liked but it was like missing some connective tissue between characters and script. Okay? Dead. The next one is the boy behind the door, which is a horror movie on shudder. They just came out this year. Surprisingly good for what had to be like the slowest, budget, like movie. I've seen this year. Have you seen? Did you ever watch True Blood? Of course, I love Trueblood Merlot's Roloff. Yeah, yeah, Sookie Stackhouse that that was off. That was your shit up in years and years ago. Oh yeah. I was in on that on that. So if you remember the clip, but you can't pull back like four seasons in like, I gotta say now, couldn't jump ship. I jumped chefs after like four or five, but the woman who played you remember? Eric's friend The Vampire Woman with the fuck. Was her name on our? Remember, what? What was the older one with the blonde hair? Yes, yeah, yes. I can see her. Yes. Yeah. So she's the main. She's one of the main people in this and it's really good. She's really good in that I saw him. With Nicholas Cage. Oh my gosh. I scroll by that and I pause on for a second I said no way it's so good. Why why is it so good? So it's not long like a it's not it's a drama..

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"roloff" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"I agree with tim. I don't. I don't know if you should really rush him by these these levels right here. But of ralph. Lauren holds one twenty. Five it's going up another twenty bucks. Wait a couple of days. See if that happens having said that. When i look at royal caribbean i switch gears. Tim like the banks. I like these names. That have pre pandemic level bookings are cll down forty seven percent from pre pandemic norwegian cruise. Line down sixty percent from pre pandemic delta down thirty eight percent all of them. What do they have in common. They are busting out in bookings way above where it was pre pandemic so for me. Look for those bargain-basement prices there's been money thrown at the retail at the retail space. People who live through this hundred year pandemic basically want to get out there and spend money. I think we're still okay in the market and in retail. I mean there are plenty of ways to spend money in. It doesn't have to be on a sweater or pair of shoes you know. Dan loves a good sweater fast. I'm sure ear vast collection as you have to have to in order to get out there. We talk about inflation. What we spend a lot of time talking about inflation. The last six months no one of inflation more than places like walmart at believe it or not. It's actually inflation is good for them so in terms of ticket sizes in terms of their ability to pass it on to the consumer. And this is what you're hearing from. All of these retailers though they had the ability to pass onto the consumer the consumer right now is flush with cast. And they're kind of looking the other way. And i think they will do this for some time but again back to the banks what you heard other banks in in this earning season was that their credit. Metrics are improving. And i realize when you hear a number like household loan debt skews me is that you know highs. We haven't seen certainly growing faster than it hasn't since the last time we were on the verge of a financial crisis effectively two thousand and seven is when people linking of these numbers back to you do have a case where certainly banks are in a very different place. The credit profile banks are still holding back credit reserves from early in the pandemic that. I think that they can drop on top of you. The next couple quarters and give that back especially with some of the things that they've learned from the regulators. Listen we're talking about banks credit. I mean gotta talk about interest rates. Right here look at the ten year. Us treasury yield at one point one seven made a high of one point seven seven right earlier this year. I think back in march. Or so. So i guess my point is when i see these debt levels going up like this and we know sovereign debt levels up massively. We know that a lot of municipalities. Have these massive hold. What if rates go up precipitously in a short period of time and we literally sucking laterite here early. In the year from one percent to one point eight percent people were saying going to two and a half percent or something like that. I think that's why you need to be concerned about debt. Levels about leverage and the velocity that rates could move if things were to start to change especially if you guys were really worried about inflation if that thing were to come back into the front view mirror something like that so to me. I guess you've got to really think about this stuff because it's all happening at a time again when we're starting to see a lot of fiscal roloff. Are we worried about inflation right now. I mean the bond market does not seem to be worried about inflation when you take a look at the break even rights five. Well i'll tell you this if you look at the crew chart the lumber chart the copper chart. They're all breaking down of the one year up trends that they've been in so again it doesn't seem like too. Many investors are particularly worried about it. But we've seen rate move that have gone counter to what the consensus is thought. And that's actually been a really tough trade to be on the other side of the how. How would you position. I mean is inflation. I don't know a glint in your eye when it comes to thinking about the economy. Well i think it's certainly something that we all are keeping a very close eye on. I mean i think. I think it's very important. Labor obviously is one of the biggest that consistently is something we've heard about throughout earnings consistently has been that that commentary about trying to find labor and trying to pay in. That area is the area. That's been hanging on pretty well so yes. We've had a bit of a pullback in some of those others that. Dan was mentioning. But i think the reality is mel that inflation that's most concerning to me has to do with wage inflation and that is something that i think many different companies throughout all different sectors as having to deal with. And that's that's gonna be something. And i think we have to deal with going forward for at least the next year or more and that's something that we obviously have to keep track of going back to banks for just one minute. I would say this. I think the banks you have to decide which banks because there is so much differentiation these days in these banks and where they are and when you look at the rates and all the rest of it i think it's very important to understand what are the multiples. What is the price to book. That's something we've been using for a very long time. Some of them are more than two to one. Others are much less. So i think there's a lot of different ways to look at this including the specific financials that have exposure for instance to the credit card space like a capital one. I think there's all kinds of different financial when we just say banks. I just sometimes wonder does a common folks at home understand what that really means. So i think we just have to clarify what names were talking about. That's a good point there. I see grassle if you are a believer in the consumer in terms of the consumer spending got to believe in the banks. Don't you do. And i damn brought up a good point. You can't talk about banks. We're talking about interest rates and the problem is if the ten year doesn't tick higher than you're going to have a problem with the financials and of the ten year doesn't take higher. You're gonna have a problem with the value trade. But i do believe there are pockets of the value trade that are going to benefit with a reopening. And you know the names on long l. ntsc ge and w. r. k. I think that you're safe. In those value names ultimately but the value trade does hinge on interest interest rates..

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"roloff" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Told when we're thinking about these rising oil prices and we're thinking about everybody talking about inventories reducing overall for for oil but we still have a big chunk of sheffield men. But we've offset it in in many ways like you know oil demand in the us. We hit over ten million barrels per day in that first week of july. And we've since declined were nine. I think it was last week. It was nine point three million barrels per day for gas. Sorry for gasoline demand in the us. So we're driving more. We're doing all the stuff and i think last week. I told somebody. I went to lunch in denver on friday and i was like i cannot wait for And this is very useful. I cannot wait for unemployment benefits to be to be over and for people circling back door. Because i would like to be able to go to a restaurant and denver for a work lunch and not have to wait an hour to a half an hour with a reservation to get seated Because everybody is touring. Everybody has time off. And that's great for them. But i am. I'm exhausted with the shortage of of Just want to go back to normal for working. You know first world problems tricia real. I absolutely first quality problems. These are first one hundred percent first world problems but they're indicative of every single restaurant and denver every single restroom everywhere short-staffed every come and go is short-staffed. Nobody can get employee. So these you know the people coming back to work as a real thing and i think it will help you know. The pain is sort of. People are feeling on the pricing side for for employment and everything so really really think it's important for us to see what the economy and what oil demand looks like for that matter especially in the us when we sort of have the settling out of unemployment benefits and people going back to work in and sorta normalization economy and you may look much more murky messy in light of this delta variant and where where states and individual places stand on on measures on what. They're doing I think it's I think it was. It was france francis having I think pet. They've had over one hundred thousand people get together and protest on and i think they've had protests throughout the country because they're trying to institute the passport thing and there's a lot of you listen to bbc you can hear both sides of the story of folks that are in favor of doing this this vaccine passport so they can open up another folks who are not in favor of the specs passport because for a number of different reasons so it's very very messy and i think all that sort of there's no clear way to just you know open everything up and the fact that you're having those purchase and france are just indicative of of this. This problem isn't going away anytime soon. Indeed in a couple of things. I just want to go back. I'm actually going to refer to the white house. Press secretary secretary as the speech woman. From now on i think sorry. Press secretary better speech. That's great So let's let's talk about what's going on with with opec in global global macro. But before you do that with respect to those two issues that we talked about last podcast which is The the employment benefits rolling off As well as the eviction moratorium we have to really good natural experiments in econ. That will tell us something. And i think your hypothesis seems to be that you know. Once those benefits roloff people will have to go back to work. So we'll get. Thanks filled out the the other hypothesis. That i haven't really heard nobody about is that it is indeed a function of wages. Not being high enough and that we might have to see wage inflation in which case that would actually in my view in my view..

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"roloff" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Hiring is up and so are wages. The june jobs report shows the labor market. Recovery is picking up the pace after lagging behind the broader recovery earlier. This spring hiring is especially strong in the leisure and hospitality sector and employers also added more jobs in other sectors that were hit hard by the pandemic including retail government. Joining me now. With more on the june jobs report is wall street journal labor economics and policy reporter. Eric morath hi eric. Thanks for joining me. Hi thanks for having me so eric. Once again big gains in leisure and hospitality as we head into the holiday weekend and the summer season. What does this tell us about the recovery in that sector. Yeah what it tells us. Is that american. Consumers are shifting their spending towards im- person services their dining out there traveling they're going to the salon and going to shop in person now and that's getting us back to where we were before in terms of the economy really being a consumer services based economy and. That's something when i spoke to labor secretary marty walsh. He said the administration is really pleased to be seen. I noticed this week. Don washington along the mall a lot of the vendors of comeback selling t shirts and selling you know pretzels and peanuts and stuff like that water. That's good to see. I've seen people in two of us. Down here touring around so it shows confidence and those jobs are important jobs. Because there's a whole industry of people that pre pandemic working those industries and made a living in those industries and and coming out of the pandemic. 'cause we're going through those industries are coming back which is good say you know and the reason that's really encouraging is those are the hardest hit sectors. We still not fully recovered all the jobs in that space but the fact that that's coming back this summer is really encouraging a lot of economists. Eric what are the sectors. That are still struggling now to keep up with these gains in other sectors like leisure and hospitality. Yeah well it's more that we've seen a shift a bit of a down in other sectors including manufacturing and home construction a year ago. People weren't willing to go out and about so that cost a lot of demand for goods and we saw an uptake there and now it's a bit of finding a level there but it's also supply constraints there's supply of labor. That's being constrained. But there's also chip shortages lumber shortages and other factors that are causing some of these good base sectors to be a little bit slower in their gains the summer. Let's talk about wage growth which this report also showed as well as improvement for low wage workers. What can you tell us about the gains there. We saw a pretty strong wage growth in both may and june and it really stands out when you look at the lowest paid workers. The strongest wage gains since the beginning of the pandemic have been in leisure and hospitality especially restaurant workers and in retail workers in suggests that you know it's hard to find those workers and employers are needing to step up and offer higher wages we've seen hiring bonuses up to more than one thousand dollars in some cases to take a job at a fast food restaurant suggest the labor market on the lower end this tight and that's conveyance and benefits to workers who've been impacted severely early on in the potomac. Now they're coming back on board on the flip side though. Does this have some economists. More concerned about inflation. Yeah i mean it raises some concerns that as you raise wages you need to raise prices to match and so that certainly puts upward pressure on inflation and it sort of to be seen whether we get a direct translation or businesses can make some other adjustments for example making better use of automation or other technologies to make these workers more productive or if they can cut costs elsewhere to offset the higher compensation. Eric we are looking at the expiration of enhanced jobless benefits in september. How is that being viewed as. That's something that we've seen helping get workers back to work or what's the situation there in about twenty five. A republican led states. Those benefits either have now expired. A will expire in the coming weeks and that will leave. The remaining democrat led states to expire in september. We're starting to see some evidence and probably didn't show up quite in this jobs report yet but we're starting to see some evidence. From other data that is encouraging workers to leave unemployment benefits and increase job search activity some republicans on capitol hill said if those benefits were removed. Nationwide than we would see your even stronger job growth. Maybe job growth into the millions later this year. Finally eric as we head into the heat of the summer here. What is this report. Tell us about the state and strength of the recovery right now. The report suggests that the recovery is now gaining steam that the economy is coming back stronger. We're seeing these benefits roloff. We're seeing childcare becoming more available. Overseeing workers concerns about the pandemic easing. We're actually seeing in this report. Showed that nearly a million. Fewer people said they were out of the workforce due to the pandemics so clearly americans are coming back to work. There's demand for their services and so that raises hopes that july august september that those employment reports could be even stronger and that the economy could be while on its way to recovery wall street journal labor economics and policy reporter. Eric morath eric. Thanks so much for your time today. Sure happy to join him.

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"roloff" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

The Stuttering John Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast

"So okay. That's my argument. And now you see that Ron Johnson, speaking of YouTube is right, is Ben from YouTube, how great job? Yes. Oh, it's great for for the hydroxychloroquine thing. I mean, I would have it would have been nice to see him kind of pilloried for going to, you know, Russia on the 4th of July. If it has to bladimir Putin, because he's been, he's the primary input point in the senate for the the same Russian disinfo that Devin Nunes is in charge of in the house or was during the Trump years, that that he had a point person in each of these places, they had Trump in the White House Johnson in, you know, in the Senate and then of course, Devin Nunes in the house and then there were, you know, they're Roloff ones that will support keep the ball in the air, you know, between Jim, Jordan, and Rand Paul and those folks, but the primary instigators, the ones who get it into the Congressional Record, you know, points on the board. It's Johnson and and Nunez and so he he was pushing. Hi hydroxychloroquine is what got him kicked off there? Which like I mean dozens of studies going telling people to go pound sand about Thursday. About its lack of advocacy. And they're like, lots of people who never had to go to the hospital, did very well with it and like, yeah, because they never would have gone to the hospital. Like, that's that's like saying, you know anybody? Wait, apple pie, who didn't get covid-19 and have to go to an emergency room somehow. Apple pie has efficacy in this situation and if they did go to, if they did, go to the hospital, after having a month, why it was because of something else. Because it's a plan, demek because it doesn't work because it's, you know, they don't have enough faith in our Lord Donald Trump or whatever it was, it was always some other answer for when it off work. And then you had trumpet fans, drink and fish tank cleaner cuz it was, you know, chloroquine and it wasn't the hydroxy version of it. But it figured, if they could, you know, throw in some breath mints, it would mix it again. Maybe maybe off raquin Retson would do it. You'd have sparkly teeth and live forever, and it just stupid like it's and, and understand this has nothing, especially with Ron Johnson. This is nothing to do town. Efficacy of hydroxychloroquine, Ron Johnson knows, it doesn't work, Ron Johnson's completely foolish. It on this..

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"roloff" Discussed on Bobkast

Bobkast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"roloff" Discussed on Bobkast

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Jacob Roloff Says He Was Molested by Former Little People, Big World Producer

Mojo In The Morning

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Jacob Roloff Says He Was Molested by Former Little People, Big World Producer

"People big world star roloff says he was sexually abused by a producer of the popular. Tlc reality show off. Is the youngest child of amy and matt roloff who both have dwarfism. The premise heim the show in a lengthy instagram post. This week jake. Roloff claimed that he was molested by former producer. Chris carter mom wall taping the show with his family. He is now twenty three years old. He wrote quote. It is often much to think about things than it is to talk about them. And so this disclosure been delayed. But through that delay i have found the fortitude and words as a child after what i realized now a long grooming process i was molested by an executive field producer for little people. Big world and jake said he didn't want to share details of the encounters. He would only say that he hopes this man is never allowed. children Never allowed around children again. Excuse me tlc. I know made a statement yesterday. They said they just learned of these alleged encounters It is a third party connected to the production of little people big world. They said they are cooperating with authorities and are saddened and troubled by the very serious allegation.

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This Woman Went From Hollywood Startlet to Start-Up Queeno

Business Rockstars

04:42 min | 4 years ago

This Woman Went From Hollywood Startlet to Start-Up Queeno

"Business rockstars. I'm Alex Worley for by Sarah, Michelle Gellar and brag Fleischmann they are the co founders of food stores. Thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having the children's. So for those who are not familiar if you could explain what food stores. Is a clean comforted company. We started out with baking mixes that you can purchase it anywhere in the country at physical retail or online. And then we also offer a subscription based kit offering that you can get once a month in your house. Huge dessert lover. So love that. It's a little less guilt or a little more guilt free. Very cool. I'm so the next question for you is what would you say is your definition of being an entrepreneur? What does it ultimately take? It takes everything that you have. And then some more I thought that I knew it working hard was until I joined the start up world, and you realize it's harder than having newborn twins that it is full-time nature. Attention your brain doesn't shut off. But it's also the most incredibly rewarding when you actually realize you can hit those milestones. Yeah. Absolutely. I'm curious. How has Hollywood prepared you for this difficult world of startups. It's interesting there are some aspects of it where I think that Hollywood definitely has help in preparing. And I think that mainly has to come with the amount of knows that we got the rejection, I look at most people in their lives, and you graduate college and you look for a job, and maybe you don't get a few. And then you settle in a job. And then maybe five or six years later you switch. But for me, it's constant it's additioning processes such a constant and very personal rejection. That happens so often on a large scale that it makes it a little bit easier in terms of leading the nose in the business world Roloff you a little bit and make you tougher as opposed to really feeling it as a personal rejection. I always said that we know we have a great idea. And we know we're going to kill it. And we'll find the right people, and this one just wasn't it as opposed to really internalizing that. Yeah. There are a lot of mistakes and many failures that happen and entrepreneurship, and I can't imagine being an actress that would prepare you for that. You know, a common fear is of failure. For entrepreneurs you ever deal with that we have a very specific definition and for us fail is just the first attempt and learning it just the first time, we tried something. If that one didn't work, it's only a failure. If we don't learn from it and improve upon what we initially set out to do. And you can't be fearful of failure and run business. If you are. Your perspective about what failure really is. And that's what Sarah Michelle talks about. Yeah. So you guys have been at it for a couple years. Now, if you could go back to those first few months, what advice would you give your early entrepreneurial self goodness. Well, I think the big one would be stamina. So you're going to be putting in long hours, and there's gonna be some sacrifice along the way. So if you go back and talk to yourself you would prepare. They weren't even harder. Well, you'd say, hey, look, there's going to be days like this where you want to quit. And after if you knew that that was coming then you would prepare better for it. And that could be all the things that you would do to decompress. Then that could be exercising hanging out with family, traveling to find those things that will get you through that difficult moments in being an entrepreneur. And if you're prepared for that which most ninety percent of first time entrepreneurs are not and makes it so much easier, and so much more joyful. To be challenging Sascha, which is at all are ultimately doing to really utilize the community to look for people that are facing the same struggles or have experienced the same struggles. And learn and grow from that. And and propel each other up. It's a team sport. Yeah. If you could create a startup toolkit, what would be inside of it. It could be more tangible technology could be intangible like a characteristic of personality trait that you need. So what would be inside my God? But that would be our next startup. We can't tell you that unless you send the not answer that question. Capsule. Okay. The big one is if the for not doing tangible be you gotta be visionary. You got to be strategic got to be creative. You've gotta be relentless. You have to have situational awareness and self awareness. But that in the box, and then you have to have that stamina to be able to work eighty hours a week. I think also stellar interpersonal skills seem to always be a prerequisite for successful entrepreneurs that we ought to communicate sell your idea. Get people to come over to your side do Steph when they don't want to to help you out. And and I think also nice comfortable shoes. How

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