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"rolf" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Here on the case. Seo Dae radio program is I get things rolling in this hour. Ross, would you check the Sherman camp? That's what we're calling our CR Skyline Cam of the city of Atlanta. The Sherman Cam, um, after famous, uh, tourist Um, William, to comes to Sherman. He visited Atlanta. Um Is it on fire yet? Let me check. Not on fire. Not on fire yet. Okay? All right now, why am I wondering if it's on fire? The city of Atlanta Civil Service Board announced that they are reinstating police officer Garrett Rolf. Was Garrett Ralph. Garrett Ralph is the police officer who in the Wendy's parking lot Or I should say the former Wendy's parking lot. They burn that too. The ground right that Wendy's That's what I thought. Ralph in another officer, were Uh, they were interacting with a man by the name of restart Brooks. On body Cam for like 20 minutes. That's really civil normal. Hey, how you doing? Chat, chat chat. Everyone's good. They're administering essentially sobriety test after receiving a phone call from the Wendys. That a man was asleep in the drive through in his car. And it was obstructing obviously, the well the drive through So they show up longer conversation go through all of that. Eventually it's time for a Breathalyzer. At the time he blows a point. He's about 1.5 times the legal limit. Everything's copasetic till they go to put him in cuffs. And in the video, you can see that Brooks is having none of it. Ends up tangling with an officer on the ground is able to get a different officers Taser and as he is Booking it out of there. He turns around with the Taser and fires it. At Ralph, who draw who shoots him. And, um They indicted him for felony murder. He's still faced about what he's still facing all of these charges. Because the prosecutor there in Atlanta is an activist, and he know we needed to do it. The mayor there she was just quoted yesterday is saying that No way they had to do it. Tonto to maintain the security of the city. Well, what you had to do and what you did do according to the review by the Civil Service board there and arguably because the point of a lawsuit that the officers lawyers already filed against the city. Is you through due process out the window, which you can't do. I'm sorry that you're going to have people who are demanding pitchforks and torches. But Because they demand you do something. If it's not constitutionally, you can't do it. So now. Those charges were still there. We predicted immediately on the show after you just were able to see everything that If they they're going to charge him and their stupid for doing it. I didn't realize you were charged with felony murder because you're just delaying the inevitable. And the inevitable is What you're seeing right here. This guy is he's gonna be allowed to go back to work now. You can't put him on the street. There is no there is no way in which Garrett Ralph that police officer Goes back to doing patrol. Because you got a first while you got activist groups that would likely follow this guy around and tell you where he is at all times to somebody recognizes him. It's znachko going to be You're not gonna be able to do that. So how they put him back to work obviously will probably be in a In a different capacity than what he did. But You're already seeing the cracks of the strategy that they used. It didn't even stop the decimation. Remember, I mentioned they burned the Wendy's to the ground, the crime the Wendy's committed by the way. Was an employee, calling the police because someone was passed out in their drive through. Just so we're clear as to why the Wendy's had to be burned. So with that in my eye, don't you The idea that you have a police officer on who is Is good to go for duty, who is also charged by the activist prosecutor. With felony murder. Charge that will never stick. Frankly, I don't know that any of those charges if you again if you watch it. I turned around and people go well, it's a Taser. A Taser used a firearm. Yes, but if you hit the officer with the Taser, they become incapacitated. What a Taser does. And at that point Dude could do whatever he wanted. He may just keep running. He may turn around and kill the police officer. You don't know. So, Yeah. So we'll get you to keep an eye out for that. I don't I don't know. I think they've successfully slow road rolled it a little this week. But once they figure out what they gonna do with Ralph, I'm sure that the Atlanta Journal Constitution will cover it and everyone will lose their crap. So we got that going for us. Um all right. Well, let's That we could stick on the justice trend here. I don't know. I can remember if we did the story initially. Did you hear the story of this? This girl down in Florida? She's 16. Who is accused of rigging. The homecoming queen election. Why you shaking your head? Who cares now? You know not. Who cares that you're doing this story like the story itself. What happened in the story? I can't believe that. Who cares? Uh, very serious. It is. How come come on, man. How dare you? Out. How dare you not understand. Yes, a Florida teenager who allegedly rigged her high school homecoming election facing 16 years in prison after authorities Decided to charge her isn't a new adult. That's what a point out the sheer irony here. So they want to give this girl 16 years? Yes, 16 years She was 16 at the time for rigging the homecoming queen election. Meanwhile,.
Atlanta Officer Who Fatally Shot Rayshard Brooks Is Reinstated
"Board reinstated the former police officer charged with shooting and killing Ray Chart Brooks, the board granting the appeal of Garrett Rolf, because the city did not give him due process. He was fired the day after shooting Brooks in a Wendy's parking lot. Someone whose time
Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks sues over firing
"Former Atlanta police officer who shot and killed a black man fleeing a sobriety check is suing the city over his firing carrot. Rolf says he was improperly dismissed without an investigation or hearing. He faces murder charges in the death of Ray Shard Brooks
Former Atlanta officer in Rayshard Brooks case reportedly refusing to give up evidence
"The former former Atlanta Atlanta police police officer officer who who shot shot Ray Ray Shard Shard Brooks Brooks to death. to death. They They judge judge set set bond bond for for his his release. release. While While his his cases cases panting panting Dianne Dianne Gallagher Gallagher reports. reports. There's There's evidence evidence that the that prosecution the prosecution wants wants of of what what the the evidence evidence the the prosecution prosecution wants wants from from Officer Officer Garrett Garrett Rolf, Rolf, but but he he refuses refuses to give to it give up. it up. They They have have evidence evidence that that at at the scene the scene in the in minutes the minutes after after the shooting the shooting That That the fired the fired officer officer Garrett Garrett rules rules texted texted at at least least four four other other Atlanta Atlanta police police officers officers in in those those minutes minutes after after the shooting, the shooting, and and they want they want to see to see what what those those text text messages messages said, said, But But they they said said that that Rolf Rolf has has not not given given them them the the passcode passcode to to his his phone. phone. Fulton Fulton County County Superior Superior Court Court Judge Judge Jane Jane Barwick Barwick set set a bond a bond of $500,000 of $500,000 for for Ralph, Ralph, who who is is facing facing charges charges including including felony felony murder murder as as demonstrators demonstrators
Ex-Atlanta police officer charged with killing Rayshard Brooks granted $500K bond
"Former Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death. They judge set bond for his release. While his cases panting Dianne Gallagher reports. There's evidence that the prosecution wants of what the evidence the prosecution wants from Officer Garrett Rolf, but he refuses to give it up. They have evidence that at the scene in the minutes after the shooting That the fired officer Garrett rules texted at least four other Atlanta police officers in those minutes after the shooting, and they want to see what those text messages said, But they said that Rolf has not given them the passcode to his phone. Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jane Barwick set a bond of $500,000 for Ralph, who is facing charges including felony murder as demonstrators
"rolf" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Another British artist this is Steve SpaceX this is called Rolf ray I love this is in this great we'll check this out deep space it made this entire album it's called houses entirely on his phone and his iPad wow that is a mate that's all done on an iPhone and iPad yes I think that's the way a lot of song writers to do anything these days but Steve basic really has gone back to his roots on this and I read an interview with him where he said you know for the floor house music is sort of where he's most comfortable and he wanted to make an album in a completely different way than he'd ever done before and so he went and made kind of that you know back to house music and techno an album entirely on his iPhone and his iPad how cool is that that's amazing who is who is to space well you know he's a U. K. singer and producer and he's one of these guys who flies under this certain radar is close to popular I guess as he's gotten is in two thousand his band called space that had this underground hit with a song called eve which got remix by Jake delight was sampled by the roots so if you're a fan of artists like J. Dilla and routines also work with Raphael Saadiq and cutest in common and yet he's a largely unknown except to really kind of hard for electronic music fans okay well the next one that you brought us also British I'm sensing a theme here his last the song is the word woman but there is an ex instead of in a tell us about this one well Leslie who as you mentioned is from the U. K. she's an interesting one she's only twenty three years old but she sort of inspiring this new generation of electronically minded song writers and in fact Philly Irish has name checked her hasn't influencer of her sound and the funny thing is when she started as a teenager she went out touring around the world but that by you know age twenty twenty one she felt completely burned out so she took a year off before she actually made this record and I interviewed her recently and I asked her what she did in that year off and she actually volunteered with teenager she trained as a doula birth doula while she said she did a lot of swimming and there's a sort of a water running through this album and one of the things she said that really inspired as this album was a community chorus acquire she joined called the mixed up course it's people who just love to sing and she really wanted to get over some performance anxiety and doubts about herself as a songwriter and she loved joining this course I think sort of being fully charged back up she was ready to go back into the studio and kind of overcome a lot of the self doubt she had as a teenager art with the last one that you have brought us today is lonely young this is called third of Jan is this she's got a little bit Amy Winehouse well it's funny that you say that because she actually went to a performing school in London called the bridge school of the arts and the White House was a graduate of that school as was down F. kaid twigs and all of those artists Amy Winehouse I mean the first thing you think about when you think about them is just there with rich rich voices one more item about little young is she's quite young and she actually started writing music at age eleven and this song is called third of chance and she said she wrote this song the day before her birthday and we should post the video because in the video she is singing and going through her routine she gets very nervous going on stage and she sings through her routine of getting prepared to do a show and while I have you here I'm going to play you a song which I'm sure you've already heard because you're way ahead of me on all the stuff but this is the new one from Christine and the queens we're gonna cross the English Channel now from Britain to France this is Christine and the queens of French artist she just come out with a new single called people have been set you know she's got such a nice sound and and she's such an interesting person I know that you've interviewed her and either well the thing I love about her is her honesty and one of the things she and I talked about was about modeling for other young women and making them feel strong and feel that it's okay to be whoever they are and the thing I love about this on people I've been sad is you know you can also feel the way you need to feel what about you Jeremy I mean the thing that I find very interesting about her is that the song that she is maybe most famous for came out several years ago called as she described it when I saw her in concert that that was about her when she came out as pansexual that she was a little tilted which when I heard the song before knowing that I didn't realize that's what that was about but she's a very deep and interesting person we will post all of these here and now dot org were SO on Spotify NPR here and now and one half of music and let DJ and music director at.
How to Use German Volume Training
"German volume training was popularized by Rolf. A- might say his surname wrongs apologize but Rolf Feser or visa in the mid seventies and of this new process. It it was in Germany. Rolfe was then. The national coach of weightlifting missing and routine creates barrel for his athletes was re characterize by intense rigid work and restaurant ges and it produced amazing results by the one thousand nine hundred Canadian spread coach. Charles Polokwane adopted the program and professional bodybuilder. Vince Giraldo's also massive proponent of this astonished Training Charles pollock would actually window to Germany to learn from roles and in an interview with Bob End. Paul said that they were big believers out there in Germany. unroll a champion of this. In the low of repeated efforts say one of the reasons they said people don't get strong is because they simply don't do enough sets so so what is German volume training. We've already had that implies is going to be a number of sets it's also referred to as the ten sets method. I'm was often used in the off-season to help weightlifters gain lean body mass and in fact it was so efficient that lifted routinely moved up full weight class within twelve weeks so German volume will you. Training is defined by its distinctive sets and REPS SCHEME TED and sets off ten which sounds as horrible as it is honestly is horrible actually used it. It's very recently and I can show you that it hurts and to make matters worse you rest. Periods are very short sixty seconds between sets. If you're doing one main left such as the School Toro Bench press on Ninety to one hundred twenty seconds between sets if you're alternating between two movements. So how can you go about starting German volume training so you want to really begin for weight. You lift the twenty reps to failure. If you had to save more most people on most exercises that could represent about sixty percent of your one rep Max Lewd. So you'll bench pressing three hundred pounds for one Rep. You should use one hundred eighty pounds for the exercise fully for the session. Sessions won't be will start with this method. They often question its value really for the first several sets. Because I wouldn't lie. It does feel quite easy to wait. Doesn't feel heavy enough on you feel like don't get a breeze through this however could the middle respiratory in sets. It does really quickly catch up on you on your muscles almost seem to drop off on hits. It's really hard to actually to finish head Reps. And obviously you know that you might have four or five cents left there so it does definitely catch up but the body basically adopts the extraordinary stress by hypertrophy being targeted muscle fibers in the body. And honestly your your body will not be used to the volume endurance needed by your. The muscles is quite intense. It really does lead to built-up fatigue or an interesting CIDER. Though you might find. You seem to get stronger again during the eighth and ninth nine cents really and this is because of the short term neural adaptation. What you're able to do ten sets of ten with constant rest intervals? So that means you're sticking to. You're sixty seconds. You'll doing ten clean reps ten sets then you should think to increase the weight and if you're using a ball for example you might want to increase around fortified aww five percent and then repeat the process also again just emphasize you should be doing. Well executed Reps. The form should be kept strict. You know trying to force wraps APPs with bad form during any negatives or anything like that the volume of work will take had the hypertrophy of your muscles and for each Joan volume trading session. You do you should huge. Let that muscle group recover from each session because it's so intense volume body Paul. You might want to leave it full five days to recover as really does have significant impacts on your your body. Charles pollock said at the end of cycle. So once you've done a whole Joan volume training program you'll get closer to a high percentage of your one re Max because you develop more work poverty. He also says do exercise like back. Squats Lakers too inefficient exercises goblet scored. So even the leg press he found. If you're doing a high energy exercise takes a lot out of you like the squad noodling ten reps ten times. Then it's really quite significant impact on your body and it takes a lot of efforts of one on your part but if you're doing on the leg press your rate of perceived effort for example might be sixty percent of what it would be on the squat. As less of a compound compound movement using as many muscle groups have. What have the waiters on your back? So you won't do exercise that recruits a lot of motor units all the way down to the accessories unreas- German volume training is really a quite significant challenge. If you don't mind lengthy up to five days after a leg day you do want some good results. If you've hit a plateau for example simple then give German volume training ago on. Let us know how you end
"rolf" Discussed on Breaking Character
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"rolf" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Yeah. All right P, Mitzi shore. When the lose ralphie may. Is that one too? Is that a different forget three twenty five festival thought on. That was good with my emerge talking about festivals bonnaroo and Coachella and Bernie man, Nick capital back on to a real podcast. I fucked up terrible interviewer where to next meal role. Pots fag abondoned Rolf Potts who's now because he said because it's been influenced by the way did mushrooms comedy mushrooms, the first time life, that's a win this year is I don't know when you can look it up at troop. Oh, look it up right now. Pause on pause. All you gotta do come on. What do you mean? Sh impressed primer. Just go. Just Google shrimp. Rest primer, you'll find twenty eighteen twenty June fifteenth sixteenth and or seventeenth wait. No fucking way. Is that where am I doing? Fifteenth sixteenth seventeenth. What's going on? It's bonnaroo. Bonnaroo overlaps with shoot fast. To him. I was going to schedule a road date that that week. Guys, if you're at all considering going to bonnaroo the Saturday and Sunday. And monday. But if you're going to do it at bonnaroo is a great time to do mushrooms. Wow. What a blessing what I'm gonna start using. We're blessing more. I don't mean. It's being God. I mean, it's a mean like lucky how lucky not blessing sounds better. But it also sounds like fucking Jesus. He right come to terms with that and figure it out. Okay. Wait. Where was I? Okay. So Rolf Potts. We just talked about we wanna go with the next places. We wanna go. We just opened up a fuck in. Atlas an old atlas with a lot of countries aren't even around anymore and new ones that are that weren't there. And we just talked about where you wanna go regions. It was fun. That guy's real traveller. If you like my travel podcast, you wanna listen to three twenty nine where.
"rolf" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"Own call Kermit the frog, I, I was just going to say Rolf. I was just gonna say like he's good. He's a wonderful muppet. Eleven these funny a door of talented gravelly blues voice. And then I realized, no, you know, what would it really is when he plays the piano, like I just get transported. It's just like a nice like, I don't know, it's it's another layer of artistry and complexity of the character. He can like play the piano and also the banjo. If you watched some clips, it's a mature way. Does he really play? The band was thing to banjo playing up. It's on the muppet show he. He also played the bantams excessive to me no office, you know, a mature pick for favorite muppet when you're young. When when you're young, it's gone though and you're like, I love God. So and his antics. Fired now Fosse. He's like Jackie in for the spotlight. I've had a long day and I'm tired. Can we not do this right now? Fossey. And back actually love fuzzy. Can I deal a five? There's actually another on YouTube. There's another great piano duet of Fauzi Ralph playing together and it's very good. But anyway, yeah, I always get a little like sheepish talking about the Muppets because it's like very juvenile and it's an it feels very like escapist sometimes to like just drown yourself in up, but Ralph, I just he is just a mature persons muppet. Got me thinking about Muppets now. I know I decided to just focus on one month, but in case I wanna go back to the well later next week undoing statler and then the week after that I'm gonna do. I'm breaking them up because they're different. They do have different different. Well, I guess that's it for this one. It is. So I guess we'll be back next week and have. No, those what new sort of body Mods all have done. I might get my, you know, my ears gauged or something. Maybe I'll get a third nostril added in. It's going to be a wild, won't be where you expect it. No, no, it.
Woman, 2 great grandchildren reportedly killed by Calf. blaze
"Your that goes smart speaker just say hey Alexa play, WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio it's an all out effort. To stop the fires and Redding California police say a seventy year old woman enter to young great, grandchildren, are confirmed. Dead amidst the raging wildfire that brings the death toll to five. At least thirty-seven thousand residents have been displaced ABC's Alec stone tells us at least five hundred buildings across more than eighty thousand acres have been destroyed there. Is no let up in the firefight it remains a tough battle here in the downtown area of. Reading it is raining ash and not just ash the big chunks. Of trees and homes that were picked up in the air as a burned. And they landed mile Miles away up, the road a bit from downtown entire neighborhoods are gone and the. Firefight continues wins a fueling the fire also pushing it away from reading a city about ninety thousand along with other populated areas nearby yet thousands remain under evacuation orders. WBZ news time four forty one we check sports on this Saturday afternoon WBZ's Chris, pharma, is, in the ace hticket dot com. Sports studio we have been this begin this one Mike at patriots training, camp first full day of full pad practices the third straight day when questions from the media received non answer answers for members of the. Team including quarterback Tom Brady who left his. Press. Conference abruptly after a question about Julian Edelman and Alex Guerrero meantime down in Vicksburg Mississippi Malcolm Butler. Recently sat down with ESPN's Cameron Rolf and. When the former patriot was asked his thoughts about what happened in. The Super Bowl last February Butler was honest about both his candor and is a vase of nece it was a it was a tough. Time learning time and Is good now move for move though so Not. Really I'm trying to flip the question Butler added that Belichick called to congratulate him and thank him for his contributions in. New England after he signed with Tennessee training camp continues for the pats tomorrow morning game three or four tonight between the SOX, and twins the two clubs have split the first two of this four. Game series Rick Porcelli will be on the mound. For Boston Jayco to Rizzi will go for Minnesota and other. Baseball news the royals played their first game without. Third baseman Mike new stock is the first of two today against, the Yankees and it's going well in the ninth Kansas City leads the bombers, by ten five. Score socks we'll have a five and a half game lead in. The east if it holds up, Chris Fava,.
"rolf" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Well maybe i should do work before i started thinking about yankee games anyway well maybe i'll go to that they're going to be fucking sick but anyway that's the only time people talk to you when they're in the playoffs and people like are they going to chance what do you think i think is pretty good chance like i mean they gotta get bats if they can get going in the early innings to relievers a pretty good but they can do it but hope houston's it's just it brings people together that the eclipse around top square park i talked about that and then this moment so i walked past the travel size shit i love travel size shit probably because i like traveling and when you have little pocket sized things just like i don't know what it is reminds me of like i don't know what is it reminds me of like going places it's like a one step towards getting gone again talked to ralph pots this week i was on his podcast is probably out right now he is a new book called souvenir which you can get old fast friend rolf did a book about souvenirs how they started the idea of them it's a coffee table book too small book but i saw him last week i did his podcast it'll be out today and then it's deviate with ralph pots if you guys want to subscribe to new podcast and then here this book release party today and i did that i met so many interesting people got it reminded me of fucking hostels we went back to the fucking patty staying in after the book released show at in the west village.
"rolf" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"And then and then also i will be doing storytelling shows at eleven forty five pm at the european beer cafe in melbourne on april twentieth and twenty first twentieth we'll be yeah let's just do stories obviously we got a whole you could just be a fun now we got stories i am able make drug stories maybe we'll make drug stories but i mean i i mean i'm not for sure because it depends who's available who has weed stories but i mean for twenty i mean who am i full and it's gonna have to be that that mate i'll leave room for extenuating circumstances but it's going to have to be that i do adelaide april twenty six melvin twenty eighth twenty ninth and brisbane may first and then i'm going to have some for a while probably checkout for a bit few weeks maybe i to be home by do that may i i just gotta be home by june first for dc improv so i could go to have decided not to shows in singapore tokyo because i don't want to be bound by anything if the weather's nice new zealand go to zealand the weather's nice and japan go there maybe go back to each team more 'cause he's fucking cockfights dilly god is too many places you guys too many goddamn places oh that's so frustrating i mean you get strict who i saw today rolf potts his new york from vagabond.
"rolf" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"David jacoby jaylen rolf we have a podcast titled jaylen and jacoby on espn every we here were very wall outside of chileans amazing singing voice we've been doing this podcast for years and years and years we've won awards we really think you should check it out we cover topics mainly focused on the nba in the nfl and whatever's hot and sports but we also divulged to some weird topics a lot of were topic make sure you subscribe to the geological ain't highest on espn 2 guess what will what's happening so i was organizing my computer in my book marks folder last week and i found this old story i'd book marked forever ago it was about this guy named josh silver who created these self adjusted glasses have you heard about these ideal remember this from a while back i mean i'm a little foggy on it i i remember they came of these little syringes to set them right that's right and they are amazing so basically silver figured out that if you put a little bit of silicon oil in between two pieces of round glass you can make these adjustable glasses for people with poor vision and you don't even need knocked hamad tryst like in the newest versions i i think you can actually just adjusted dial with their hands until it squirts in the right amount of oil so you can see clearly and then you just said it and the things only costs like twenty dollars a piece awhile yeah and and so they're actually reusable so you can adjust them as your vision changes and the whole idea was to help people in developing nations but apparently the frames do you have one downside and that's that the frames have to be circular i mean that's not terrible just think john lennon or gandhi even i mean some big names that's right and i've actually seen some competing brands online now that use different shapes but it's all pretty amazing and he got me thinking if we have these super smart and super cheap solutions for people with poor vision how far we from giving sight to people with no vision and that's our big question today will we ever cure blindness can stem cells in gene therapy help and why should humans led a doctor stick a bit of algae into their eyesocket let's dive in.
"rolf" Discussed on Drink Champs
"Rolf we kill doll clubbed together to one in on cnn number liam two hundred next week it'll debbie bob and been all cnn so i don't know what these people are talking about daily even know what they talk about it in like thirty years down hand information dental got real information learn unison we'll says on this site all i can say is by the way this is my brothers daughter you know what i mean i'm not going to willie disrespect cement bother me i'll see you always sad you you really was too young to really even know your father like that so i don't know what to tell you how you could be saying credible shit like that you know what i'm saying so is is is is fucked up and as a person know because i can really whereas personally ligament from the hausa in but that was in i've never seen i've never seen anything other than the most up most respect the us move love and hope most he was happy that you put a more like he was he nova allah i'm not gonna say it all the time like not only was the abulaye put medium one was not words like we used a void joe because we would do well done look redoing like we were younger soul so we would like to see it from joe that is you don't hide some of my you don't respect a fatherfigure you know what i'm saying like you that means that was that must respect that was had for you lay like we will get higher in front of you because i will memo you know i was sorry.
"rolf" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Rolf in good growth stock mutual funds just like we all talk about all the time right and then then your uh and then you're gonna have taxes do all that when the your file your tax bill next year not this year while your tax return next year and then what you'll do there is of course uh just pay the taxes and the effectively what you've done is mathematically says if you've invest in another to grant because because then we will have to pay the tax finance exiling around is you've already paid the taxes on it now and they're trying to in the whole thing the whole account in a roth is taxfree what you've put in because it's aftertax now and all the growth is tax for example in you got sound like you're you're young how old are you our twenty seven including i love it you guys are going to go much money you are too and so good keep it up well done vivian is where this in orange county high vivian how are you i'm good and i have there 2017 for excuses and it's finance at zero percent so i was thinking um should i just returnees voluntary wreath oh oh take the credit start to hit on me credit because the goal is to cash flow everything right right so what do you owe on the car twenty five thousand three hundred seventy nine a month and he meets our four seventy eight mines which car insurance at two hundred thirty two that's how i see it that's like a told him savings if i got rid of it congress still so that i can start minds emergency fun bill and so you oh twenty five thousand three hundred have you looked up with the cars worse yes like seventeen home what.
"rolf" Discussed on Deadcast
"Rolf the rape of the home stretch sure uh pd writes in he says that the men if the items on a menu have fun names do you have to call them that when you order ametrana places it only serve one food item mike burgers in need somebody to distinguish between all the topping options but if something with is called the morning fund shine scrambled a combo and there are no other eggs in the menu are you stuck with using the corny name with wonderful question i think the answer is no but i also differently of there's a part of me that appreciates the idea of being backed into a situation through the choices that you've made in your life were you have to look another adult in the face and be like one morning sunshine please like the idea of like what you're legitimate you'll be like wolfer my epa teaser i would like you want to do it that it's the same time led suppose you know if you want to take on a literal est approach than yeah it'd be rude not too of refrigerators and appetizer but yeah i think about yourself break media should i i do it like if it's a sandwich menu and i really don't have any other way to distinguish it because there it's just you know it's your with herb turkey and avocado and of but it's you know it's called the laurence olivier or something like i'll i'll i will say yeah odd the laurence olivier lawn on white udal have put his could like that's i would actively three times i mean i've ordered a lot of sandwiches in my day not to brag and there's definitely ones that i would avoid like i don't wanna be like like i want the the gaba goal godfather or something you know order the italian combo instead not because i you know obviously if it's if i really wanted the gop godfather of that was like good if there is good stuff on it i would do it but it's you know linked any one of those little moments of like i demeaned myself dozens of times a day out of necessity and then also because i'm a dope the idea of like walking into one of those situations in choosing to do it extra on top of all the the usual stuff that i do is.
"rolf" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"Shares welcomes japan's or reviewing air hand lina sleep i'm always exciting finally i know we're going to be a good time you know you're in store for in you might have never seen before this girl wakes up with her lizard and the first thing that happens is that she washes her face with rolf are loaded the whole movie to be about her on her fabulous island where she's got a loser that poofs paroles just just diarrhea parole this entire movie i felt like i was watching closely explains at all encounter reeves ghost's face they both felt so young they did they didn't have a ton of chemistry together nope and he the biggest problem is uv i don't know tired of waiting for a bruce willis manly defect see funny action guy and you have him and you're like well this was written for someone else on what else it was really aww down by exposition yup a dialogue scenes that were boring oh yes and also there was like a lot of cheesy star wars episode one moments for me begun games those who writes for having flashbacks through good sata deep love under no while that's why is the middle section of the movie takes place the red light district and it also introduces us to the best part of the movie which i didn't think i'd be saying their riyana was the best part of this movie i am as shocked as you are this movie like completely fell apart and became something else but i liked is there was eight movies in this movie but unfortunately a little bit of all of them stuck around rather than just having one really great one yet and maybe the budget could have been a little smaller done well they could have made a bunch of them i would have i really love this world i would've loved to see more of these movies i just wish that this woman had been better it wasn't a sequel it was a remake right.
"rolf" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"And so on today shown going to share with you a very speak very personally about some of my failures over especially the past months of it even the past years um i don't know if this will solve any of your problems or not i hope it will help i think that it is helpful to hear people talk about uh what they're facing so that you feel like you're not all alone but if you're looking for a particular technical financial planning insight tour looking for any particular particularly uh life changing a financial revelation probably this isn't the show for use beaver personal on them to share with those of you who desire to hear some of the personal lessons uh that i've learned uh and i will do it because i think it it it fits that it fits that uh that need of learning from other people's failures especially even while they're in the midst of them uh i don't like to sound i don't like to complain uh in in in today shut mansury sound like complaining or being negative or something like that i don't like complaining mike hanging out with people who complain but i believe that it's important to present a balanced view what happens so often in our modern world is we only present the best sides of ourselves so we show the made up beautifully retouched photo glamour photo that is impossible to ever achieve again rather than the straightforward snapshot that shows are flawed and our flaws in our wrinkles in our dimples in our rolf would her whatever it is uh end especially in the world of money finance and business we have a tendency to do that when i invite people in the show for interviews i think if you listen like i listen you'll hear how quickly they trot over.
"rolf" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"There was a need for someone who could be present to all the time with those actors so that they could have what they needed and to keep coming gates and keep them in good maybe go over some scenes with him do some and then be sure and translate everything that went between mr pro african and uh joe dollar central for example because joe didn't speak french really you spoke some italian and bulgarian doesn't speak english except for a few words this perhaps gives the film some of its qualities successful almost like a silent film the poet accused of film um a film imagery with with music can and rhythm editing because of the desire to almost minimise language in some cases but it was fantastic working with him i took my job was to be very much like one of the characters in the film which happens to be um a dog named w was named or can real life and so i became i became rolf so that uh my job was to come wherever i was when whenever he called and just be there and do whatever whatever he want me to do yeah it's unusual to watch a movie today and and here all those songs that are so familiar as oldies and have them worked into the movie the way that they are just like oh what is this something john song during here but i'd love the way that he uses that and the pink floyd and the other musicians to to bolster the way that the stories told i love that too and at the time if you can imagine use were were very popular song and it shows kind of the distinction between the music of of uh his future ristic aids did it was it was already beginning feminist out your her what was being lost.
"rolf" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"To be so foolish as to do who to write songs in character the way i do right it's not like come boys everybody followed me out of the trench right yeah yeah he people do it what writing character neil young desert occasionally right but but nobody does much why cocktail i was sort of blown away 'cause i had nick low in here yeah and uh peace little understanding writer he's all right but he wrote that on the beast in me to young for johnny cash uh you know in an when i and it was the first western i learned about songwriters were like i really got in in my head that nicklaud was the guy in the beast in me though it like it or not not nine right so i guess my point is i think a lot of you guys writing character it just it's just a just a step away all the it's different than they are but it's not it's usually a rope who will not necessarily with nick but it's usually the a romantic hero now petty may not be a romantic hero he may not think of himself as a rule here yeah yeah he does when he writes songs i mean that's what is right in the right way all that all from that angle though he you're saying he as a songwriter is writing from appointed leaving not all no no no not a lot of it it's it's also a very american sense of law he he he came and did the garden the rugged rolf alfayed became and he and their jackson browne jeff when kindo we did i love la via a remote and what he's i started singing he didn't sound solid were good but then he figured out.
"rolf" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Uh last time last hip motorcycle rentals you're gonna probably renter scooter or motorcycle at some point if you're in southeast asia or many other places like rolf did in namibia tire tread and checking for scratches that's great i guess but always my tip always check for trunk space there's a range on chunk space anywhere from like tons of space to like nothing the rangers massive i mean the one where you get like an ipad in there and that's it to one we have like your whole day package shove it in their look for that if it's as if it's a narrow one say they cannot are wanna different don't get for the pretty colors go for the trunk space also again look for tire tread and chill like that and scratches dementia than a billion later but like i'm telling you that trunk space keeping a fucking poncho in there and he thing you might by souvenir weiser's some drunk also balza watering at whatever um you really helps have room for your stuff and czech river mirrors cemented on twitter of mirrors and you really do need them so that's it those are my tips also for motorcycles i was going to say i forgot and inmates out some was gonna say they should member than africa anyway guys will see the nasty show uh hope your common check all my dates wanna buy tickets for that order my dates in new york the apartment show august i might next storytelling show the village underground august twenty v a thinker twentyfirst.
"rolf" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"That's a big statement why nobody ever said that the eu rule rolf regan athletes at her fight do you have any regrets fighting bigger guys from back in the day later uh yeah i regret the yellow i was injured dan i get on pain pills yelled to continue on your regret taking the pills before the flight sometimes slow reflexes of slow by hill my brain and everything else he'll uh reduces year increases your heart rate reduces the y'all you you'd be my last june you get your body to young breathing aspiration salaam is a yellow mini heart attack out there what you're frightened somebody and uh he had a lot of things that we should underground dc the ever see all the stuff that now the fighters have available tim selves like the new facility th do you have seized putting together do you ever think about what you could have done it you had something like that would you even liked it because i don't know i kinda picture you has that guy in the apollo creed jim verses something like that is pretty was basically the federal has of the the dinner jeering the dirtier warlike deal oh uh it breached back to your roots show and the used fuel too much technology the towards swath and they get soft loans really easy get lazy in a as an athlete spoiled you'll spoil rural road tell me about the camaraderie between hall of famers you know for example on football there all were in their vertical jackets and you can just tell that behind the scenes like the there's congratula tori stage and people are talking that's maybe the one time per year they see each other and obviously you'll see a couple all this weekend uh is there like oh level of of respect maybe even.