He certainly didn't sound like he was against that - just pointing out that given the differences there was no reason to refuse Adidas access to 'Adizero' - would be different if that wanted 'Add a zero'.
This is the DOW that was consistently going up under Obama, but I didn't hear Righties give him any credit for that. But the moment it goes up with an impending Trump presidency it's all "look what Trump did!".
In part because we are trying to incentivise solar - you want more renewables, and you want to encourage people to shoulder the large initial cost of installation - selling surplus electricity back is an incentive there, and a greater share of electricity generated greenly is a win for society. The trick is making sure that solar users aren't unfairly advantaged (much - they are paying out for the solar) and that the electricity companies treat everyone fairly.
But it's fair that maybe the payback is up to even a little lower than the wholesale price, and that the
Remember, there are large subsidies to coal, nuclear, oil, etc. But because these are further downstream it's not as immediate as whether your neighbour is getting money back on his investment, apparently out of your pocket.
Essentially, everyone is subsidising everyone else. That's one of the whole points and benefits of society.
An actor is a public figure and certain facts about them are hardly secret, especially if available in other public and publicly accessible records. So expectation of privacy may be limited in those cases.
Her age may not and should not be relevant to most cases, but it's a matter of public record - her shoe size isn't.