17 Burst results for "Rillo"
"rillo" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions
"Nice way to win windy. But that's not in the film. No could've used something in the film though. I think it's i think they forgot about it. I just think it was. It was clumsy author. Think it was an oversaw. A bit like we'll honor much bigger level but in two weeks ago to give your hog. This time i call change that. But what about you matilda. Have you thinking. I've thought a lot of things about this knife. I've actually given a lot of fort. Because i i tend to think. A lot about the riser skywalker. I like it so much. I in a to I- hud that they didn't want to end on a very sad night. They wanted to an end on a positive note. And that nina's subtly could argue the fact that you know raise crying. And she makes the others. She is actually craving what happened. Yvo done get a. I'm talking about the agent. Close union And also when she is on On tattooing bearing the sabers you can She's not just. They're burying savings for legally i. She's varying diet Up had a lot of things about this. If she would've if she would have been would have been. It could've saddened you know like you said. She lost her hobby after hardly getting to know them. But i really think they. They tried to end on a on a very tulsa unites the but then they had to sacrifice including ben for that reason. I think i didn't have a clear on surreally. -unding there is a clairon sits behind there is one. Nothing's clear is what. I'm sorry to interject there make it was all it was on that because i just wanted my mind is going is world to. We've spoken about the benefits of rillo the pros if you will. what about. There's people out there who who on wrong they don't they don't they don't like their don't like it..
"rillo" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast
"Too much is you know own wanka and like it just doesn't feel good when i'm using a different product that has some kind of peroxide in i believe what is really doing to my skin over like a decade of using it. You know really do appreciate that. This does not do that. And it's a lot more gentle. And i had a huge eruption on my chin like last sunday and like it's pretty much gone so young definitely it does it does something. Yes definitely were. And on that note rene was going to ask. What is the number one mistake that people are making when it comes to treating adult acne like about a teen method. That's backfiring now or would what do you think so the mistake that people make is they will the minute. Blemish comes up apply something super drying the light it on fire throw battery acid on whatever they do they gonna destroy you right. Well if you totally dry it out and this infection is trying to come out. Now you've put a trap that infection and now this infection is going. Hey trying to get out. And now i gotta hang out down here because i have no pathway to get out so the longer that infection is sitting in the skin it's stretching one your blemishes lasting longer to it's stretching the surrounding skin tissue in setting off a melanin response already. You're creating more unnecessary pigmentation. But the reason why people think that spot treatments work is because when you dry out the skin skin cells go from clear and see through to opaque so we know that dry skin cells are kinda whitish looking or kind of you know i mean. They basically become less reflective with light but they became kind of. Yeah kind of whitish looking and that almost looks like a natural conceal her because now this skin is dry and people go. But i noticed my blemishes less red when i put this product on it. Well it's because these white skin cells from from being dead and dr conceal the redness like it gives you the illusion of thinking that it looks better but really. It's not and so. Yeah so drying out the skin this infection wants to come out and so now you know it's sitting under there longer and then when it does finally make. Its way around that dry skin to get a pathway to come out. Have you ever squeezed a blemish. Before and now you've got sheets of skin coming off because you dried it out so much and now you've got just peeling and peeling and so that's super disruptive and that's gonna create all this pigmentation so it's just really you know. Tree lenny. way. On top and the conceals going on top of the scabby skin and it looks even worse. I mean hello to every makeup artist out there. That's doing you know that's doing makeup for skin pickers. I mean that's a that's a challenge. When you've got all that going on evens it stickers are they good for just it out without like messing with it. You know those. A lot of those can be really good. Because they're you know occlusive kind of keeping a moist environment so yes and then also you're not going to be touching it because it's covered with something so i think that's always a great thing. Yeah pausing for a quick break in partnership with the enquist so are most popular episode of all time. Also featured our guest today rene rillo and that chat was all about how to build your perfect skincare routine. And i think one of the reasons that resonated with everyone so much is because there's just so many products available on the market and it's really tough to edit them down to exactly what you think might work for your exact skincare concerns but not all of us have a hotline to institition twenty four seven. So that's why. I'm excited to tell you about the next best thing from the inky list so a lot of you may be familiar with the inky lists. That's i n. K. e. y. It's a budget from skin. Care brand that centers. It's products around. Hero ingredients like vitamin c. And solid silicosis and holler acid and they really aimed to arm. Skincare lovers with knowledge. About what will work best in their personal routines and now they've introduced hashtag ask inky which is a twenty four seven three hundred sixty five day year service so you can connect with the ankylosaur team via live chat on their website or d. m. on social media and one of their skincare coaches will be able to answer your questions or give you personalized skincare advice. Right then and there genius. They also have a cool feature called recipe builder on their website. And that allows you to build a personalized recipe for your skin goals. It only takes two minutes and you get a completely personalized..
"rillo" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"And so. We walked back to the same door. Guy i believe was capela rillo and He was like hayes with means just like okay and we just walked in the show in the belly room of like there. Was that time. Where we're convicts right all the doors. It was like they going to put their ass on the wipro. No i worked the back door. They anyone who wanted to go in your in. Yeah oh yeah. Here's pete st yell at me all the time. Why don't you check in to even send them to the front. There's no one there who cares. It wants to stand in the back. Matter harris pete holding the line of the old guard of doormen so mad. The greatest harris poll performance ever watched with him telling jeff garland that he needs to go up front and pay at the front. And i'm on the marquee. Yeah he's like you gotta go up front and just be like. He's literally stopping the biggest celebrity at the comedy store. Someone who should pay front most likely we're going to get him fired. He's worked here for a thousand years. Garwin got harris p. Yeah yeah yeah. Aris was He was. I enjoyed harrison. That no matter who you talked about like. He's a piece of shit. Everyone who piece of shit. Except jim. Varney varney varney was the greatest comic ever performed. Varney great so funny you got in like as you know in the death rows. Yeah i mean generation. So what happens are you. You auditioned for mitzi just performed that night and then went back to kansas. And like this. I'm going to move to la. 'cause i got to perform at the comedy store in l. a. And that obviously my credit. Yeah my ticket. So i i think i was in kansas and other six or seven months saw the saw the girlfriend getting fucked and then maybe a month later. Two months later something like that. I moved away. Started doing the open mic and back. Then it was like just at the store. Just it's i do all the open. My said the factory where you have to wait all day. You'd sign up at like noon. You doing potluck doing potluck standard online guys in dressed in chef hats and garbage bags picking out of the bucket some weeks not getting spot when you see like it was running down. No it was Dude fat james. I don't even know fat james He was the parking lot guy He acted like big time. Chewy there when you were there. No chew he had been fired maybe two years before he still came around and doing his hat. And it's bad below his his His odd job look and everyone always says always a great booze guitar player. That's people said no idea. That's yeah he. I still would get when. I worked the parking lot. I would still get people one you come in as you no. He's not you know where i can find him. You have any man. Yeah i could tell you stories about this place here on your any story here. You'll hear you're gonna hear all the stories. Yeah so did the open. Mike for like four months and the eleanor and renan's easy and our issue fear. That guy's got me a asked me if i wanted to work the door and kind of explain the process you start. Here's a doorman. And then you get showcase and then you didn't get the job from mitzi. Mitzi gave me the job. But i had to in order to get in. 'cause msci wasn't watching the potluck. Then she where. I am in watched showcases. Like she saw me. She said it could be a doorman. That was where i started by. It wasn't like you're gonna be a non regular regular right. We had doorman i had to my showcase for. Mitzi was to keep my doorman job. okay so they. They gave me the job and they're like at some point. He's gonna watch you. He doesn't like you. You're going to get fired just so you know how it works. Yeah oh fuck. Yeah edition for my doorman job. There's this dude named drew who was just awful and I got hired same time as him and he was such an idiot. Me and this other doormen name Mark just. We'd give them horrible advice and really and he would always take it. Yeah we like you know what people love dogs need like. Yeah so if you had the of a dog that would make you more likable. You think so yeah man. So this dudes out there chasing his tail sayer like dude got to do the talk thing tonight killed address. It don't just do it. You get like a minute half into a set get him off the stage and she fired him. And then we were like we're kinda dicks never had a chance anyway. So so the night i showcase for. She had like eight people that she wanted to see. She came specifically to pass our asia. Fear that was the point of her coming tonight and To pass the yeah he. He had showcased twenty times. Everyone says he's the new garry shandling or whatever it was that was. That was the word for the wrong. Yeah yeah so yeah. She decided to passing them and she came and she passed him and kirk fox then she wanted to watch some people and they told me you're not getting up tonight..
"rillo" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"And then of course on sirius. Xm and podcasts and youtube channel. Where we live each monday. Through friday on youtube to search coleman show and we're live at noon eastern time so wherever you're listening however you listening listening live or you listening later. Glad to have you with us. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Let's go to charles. And emma rillo texas. Charles you're on the ken coleman show. Hey charles i'm living the dream. What are you doing all. I wish i was living the dream. Oh man what's going on. So i lost my job yesterday. I'm sorry not a great feeling. I'm trying to be optimistic about it. And hopefully something better will come out of. Hey let me tell you something right now okay. Something better is going to happen here. Me but i know how you're feeling i've been there. It's early tap into me twice. Man bone right out of nowhere. So i get out feels. I'm with you on this. Let's talk about what we wanna do. How can i help. So i'm wondering. I had actually be days ago. I had kind of a feeling that something was going to happen. And i downloaded the your resume templates. Yeah and i'm going through those been going on today. Trying.
"rillo" Discussed on GradBlogger
"So I think that is so so so important is a big mistake I made. Learning not thank you for sharing that, and I think that's exceptionally important and actually just finished. Last night reading built to sell creating that you can throw that can thrive though you by John. More, were Rillo and it goes through that process. It's not academically focused obviously at some designer focused but the exact same concept. So make a system. Than the system so much easier to explain I, he doesn't talk about that book. But not the same way you said it where the education abortion so much easier when it's a one page, here's what I do I. Think about like politics and I don't bring politics into the podcast, very often but part of the difficulty I have with the system is very complicated to understand what who's doing what just imagine if they had a one page cut sheet that said, here's what I do. Here's what I'm going to do. Is You know cut through the the fluff and with your business if you you say, this is what I do. Your bless those moms or dads kids that that just. Bounce off while you're trying to there because they have no clue what you're talking about. Hundred percent hundred percent. Yeah. I took me some time to finally NI- offers. Three sentences one-sentence onion, three wars, and so people. Definitely take some time. But yeah, now is a new level of clarity on what but yeah, totally most you have no idea why you do that. Was GonNA say most family members won't understand anyway but? I do want to. So we talked a lot of entrepreneurship about academic skills. You bring a table of where gaps might be if you're listening to this I'm you have mentioned classroom walls dot? A couple times but. I would want to give a chance to talk a bit about that. What what is that? What kind of people you should be interested and and just want to give you some space to talk with the great.
"rillo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Report Muller report release key findings came to light in the redacted special counsels. Russia investigation report released today, it notes that Robert Muller rejected the argument that the president is shielded from obstruction loss, congressman Eric swell. Well believes impeachment remains an option is a double digit obstructors by Bob Muller's count and the conduct during the campaign the transition and even as president with the Russians does not meet the standard of conduct. We want from the president of the United States. I would not take it off the table, but correspondent Pamela Brown says Republicans see the document as vindication residents team says Muller's report reads, like a reluctant declaration letter and claimed the case is closed. Correspondent Laura Jarrett tells us the attorney general's at a bipartisan group of top leaders in the house and Senate will be shown a less redacted version of the report they will all be able to see this report. That has fewer reductions, and it will only be redacted for grand jury information. President Trump arrived in Florida for the holiday weekend shaking hands with supporters. I'm Barbara Kusak. We've learned more about the man facing charges after police say that he tried to bring gasoline and lighter fluid into Saint Patrick's cathedral in New York last night. Mark Lampe Rillo had been arrested at a cathedral in New Jersey a few days earlier police said the thirty seven year old man from has perk heights. New Jersey had booked a flight to Italy before he went to Saint Patrick's. His father told reporters that what happened was totally out of character for his son lamp was a doctoral student and a college. Professor Steve Kastenbaum, New York. A French police officials said today that investigators think electrical short-circuit most likely caused the Notre Dame cathedral fire. Pope francis. Ushered in the most solemn period in the Catholic liturgical calendar. Celebrating a holy Thursday mass an outdoor apparel company the north face said three members of global athlete team are presumed dead after an avalanche Albert as Banff national park. I'm.
"rillo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Cough. John Hamilton Goodman with Nermeen means Jake. Thanks so much for joining us. Special report Muller report release key findings came to light in the redacted special counsels. Russia investigation report released today, it notes Robert Muller rejected the argument that the president is shielded for obstruction laws congressman Eric's. Well, well believes impeachment remains an option a double digit obstructors by Bob molars count and the conduct during the campaign the transition and even as president with the Russians does not meet the standard of conduct. We want from a president of the United States. I would not take it off the table, but correspondent Pamela Brown says Republicans see the document as vindication presidents team says Muller's report reads, like a reluctant declaration letter and claim the case is closed. Correspondent Laura Jarrett tells us the attorney general's at a bipartisan group of top leaders in the house and Senate will be shown a less redacted version of the report they will all be able to see this report. That has fewer reductions, and it will only be redacted for grand jury information. President Trump arrived in Florida for the holiday we. Weekend shaking hands with supporters. I'm Barbara Kusak. We've learned more about the man facing charges after police say that he tried to bring gasoline and lighter fluid into Saint Patrick's cathedral in New York last night. Mark lamp Rillo had been arrested at a cathedral in New Jersey a few days earlier police said the thirty seven year old man from Hasbrouck heights. New Jersey had booked a flight to Italy before he went to Saint Patrick's. His father told reporters that what happened was totally out of character for his son Larrocha was a doctoral student in a college. Professor Steve Kastenbaum, New York. A French judicial police officials said today that investigators think electrical short-circuit most likely caused the Notre Dame cathedral fire. Pope francis. Ushered in the most solemn period in the Catholic church calendar, celebrating a holy Thursday, mass and outdoor apparel company. The north face said three members of its global athlete team are presumed dead after an avalanche Alberta's Banff national.
"rillo" Discussed on 20/20
"To office because of gift I'll keep giving. They were thinking that was going to ruin his reputation his professional reputation. He is defined do cruel and love. That we might make a thousand dollars to cost problem. He was asking if I do something that pretend to be a sugar baby of Dr Sonya, I think Mike would have been embarrassed to tell me he was doing that. Because he knows I would've told him quickly on a dummy. You know this. This is ridiculous. You why you waste of this time. We love it. Kosta? Pretty soon. Dave Sheppard is taking trips to Lubbock owner is oh and police they think that's at the direction of Mike Dixon. You. Great. And we knew his house. Tell me about it now and action. Thank you. Art. Getting took a picture closer. It looks like a camera flash. We kind of shrugged our shoulders and said that was weird. What do we do in the next course of action? Rela and some people. War killing. Doc, talk, really. So they're having drinks one night. And so far it's been nothing more than casual pranks. But you're talking about what comes next and you got to outdo. What you did the last time. And now the talk turns to something a little bit more sinister what he says about the last bullets Docker son as life surprise, even investigate. When you have a suspect literally provide you hit a very straight forward manner. The cost problems play by play frame by frame following of a crime. That's occurred from the very beginning. How did this get any better? They've shepherd is singing like Jerry implicates, Dr Dixon said he had to get even with this guy for basically taking his girl. Pretty much. Chapter tells police that while they're drinking the whiskey and sharing cigars, they are now in the midst of developing a plot to actually commit murder, the murder of Dr Sonia war, hurt the belt and having. I asked you. You should you want to do this. Kill something to commercial. Not follett. He goes as well to make. They plan and they've planned for months and months and months. Play. Mike and make when we'll slate out. The best way to carry forth. Stakeouts? Wait from become. This about the actual date that this happened. Late Tuesday, Tuesday, July tenth today in Lubbock cooler temps that will into the upper seventies and lower eighties shepherd makes the drive from Amarillo to Lubbock, Texas, keel, two and a half hours and gets to Joseph Saudi as house around four clock of the alley. Chair from his dining table. He has a curved. Rick fence bites driveway on the west side of the tree by that fence stood up to be. Contact reducing. Just. Thanks of either. Dave shepherd. The only person he could trust Goto with any issue in this case this Dr Dickson in Dr Dixon's mine shepherds the perfect guy to carry out this mission because Dixon's like, the boss, he's the prominent physician and shepherd is essentially a looser and the patsies ready to do whatever he's told windy, toot, F and the guy. He's a woken by the sound of someone knocking on the window from the inside. And it's none other than Dr Joseph Sagnier. To the what the he's. The tone down. Just. Three or four discharges backing away personalty pulse to the ground shepherd committed that he had used a Gatorade bottle to try and muffle the sound of the gunshot. And that he had learned that technique by watching a movie that starts even sickle. Goren corner. As turn rental hallway running the garage. He's lying on the four. Sturman by Lawrence. I find that. Bizarre. It's like he is so determined to make this right for whatever. His relationship might be with Dixon that he wants to complete the task, according to Sheppard after he kills Dr Sonya, he then drives back to ever Rillo..
"rillo" Discussed on KOMO
"Vaccines. This big of a deal. Dr Tony bark told lawmakers, there are risks with vaccines and no parent should be forced to immunize their child. It sounds could. And well that vaccines are safe effective. Just so you understand that they are legally classified is unavoidably and safe and the manufacturers are not liable. This is a liability free product that is being mandated on children the house ended up passing that Bill out of committee last week. Today's Bill goes even further it does away with the personal exemption for all immunizations. Not just measles. They ever held reports those personal or philosophical objections account for most of the exemptions in our state. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news should Washington. Switch over to permanent daylight savings time or is year round standard time. A better bet. Komo's Corwin Hake reports state lawmakers could choose one of those options or do nothing at all a state Senate panel enjoy to laugh when they open debate on the issue with a clip from John Oliver's, HBO comedy show, of course, daylight saving doesn't benefit farmer's cows. Don't care what time it is. Because their cows. Cows are idiots. Maybe we're the real idiots for putting up with this twice-yearly time switcheroo for no good reason. I haven't heard any people opposed to this. I've heard a lot of people who are for state Senator Mark Hawkins on competing bills. That would end the clock dance for good. One Bill would have a settle on year round standard time. But you don't professor Steve calendar Rillo says keep it on daylight time for among other things a safer evening commute.
"rillo" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Oh, she Asians. So a smart to say. Yeah. I said I'll go to Boston. Even if you don't mean it because you just. Want to let everyone know you gotta play premium for this talent. And you can't just have me in less. He comes out. And does what keys advocated for a million to say, I'm not going there? Don't advocated for. Yeah. Assistant the whole the whole do not. If you trade for me, Danny Ainge. I'm not coming. My finger hurts my knee hurts. I'm not going to. I don't wanna play for your team on play for that team over there. And I know that it it would probably paint him in a different light than he would be looked at differently if he really bullied his way to one destination over another. But if that's what he wants. Let's get to bullying. I mean, let's get didn't hurt. Manny. When he says, you can go ahead San Diego. But I'm not coming in the short term it did. And then they started winning. And he was fine. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. So you can do it and you'll be just fine. Anthony Davis is on contract. He's under contract, Katie Kawai, those names that you look at to see whether or not they join and if they don't then you need to look at what? Does in the interim because you can get it too. By hairs, you'll be straight. You can get another player that hasn't made the all star game night, Connie junior and be straight there. Other smart basketball decisions you can make besides just going up to the marquee player. The proves your competency, they'd be better. But they're not going to catch those other, especially if the clippers put together what they're talking about the we know the warriors you mentioned the east Elsie you Phillies loaded Boston's loaded Toronto. We'll see what happens with five. He stays there. They're really really good team that the east Milwaukee is a team that all of a sudden looks like they're going to be good for a long time. It's you might incrementally get better. But I don't know if you're on that level with a Conley or one of those guys. Walker? Bueller is on a plan this spring. But is it the right one? We'll tell you next. I got a text from key from Michelle Beedle. She says I was embarrassing her. I think she doesn't like my interpretation of 'Zibi 'Zibi. Yeah. She didn't like to see BB spin 'Zibi have at the F wheel of fortune Rillo fortune. Happy birthday Vanna white sixty two years old today key you just call them kings. See it's too late now, dude. Wow. Dude. Thanks a lot. Look. I'm not gonna lie. I'm used to addressing him. And now he's not here. So now have you seen key? Would you still spend the wheel though, I definitely would still spend the one hundred personal and you got to play the game. And you would still spend the will, of course, talk about van. We're of course. Yes. Still still after all these years the game. Even though, you know, all the puzzles. Yeah. All right. Okay. I can't spend that we so what did you get wrong about 'Zibi? She says, I embarrassed her why I don't know Raj. Get Michelle beat on the phone. So she can explain why she's so embarrassed. Now know if it was my singing, I don't know if it's because I was a little over zealous for 'Zibi. I don't know we've done country concerts before. So she knows I tend to get excited. You guys go to CCB or something? Now, we saw the Dixie chicks. Oh, yeah. That's right. Yes. How's that? It was a maze. Ing I don't need to see that one. Right. 'zibi sounds fun since a little bit attitude. Why couldn't you what do you mean? The one of the greatest. Bands of all time up. They are to stop. Why different? You're paying. I mean, maybe not for that. Maybe but not not for that reason. Walker? Bueller l z is being slow played. That's Dave Roberts is phrase for what they're doing with bueller..
"rillo" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"So they call me, and they come out to the barn and meet knee, and we have a little discussion, and they don't have billions of dollars. They want to claim a horse for like ten or twelve. And I said, okay, I'll keep my eyes open. And then one day they called me and said we want to clean the sources, ticker Rillo. Well, I knew that the horse had a tendon issue and some other things all of them. And I said, listen, you know, the source has some issues, and and they said, we don't care. We've we've talked about it. We really want this horse said. All right. So I claim the horse forum. Came out of the race. Okay. And then a couple of days later is ten in was kinda warm, and I call them up, and I said, listen, the horse horses tenant, isn't right. You know, I think he needs to be turned out. So they said that's fine just tournament do whatever. So turn them out and gate game. The time guys ten in down good. And and brought them back in and started getting them ready for for del mar. So they were all excited about running at del mar that was their favorite track and the whole nine yards. So so I I run the horseback in a in a sprint race going. I think it was seven furlongs of in which is tough first time out. But I told my exercise girl rode the horse any bring her she was a apprentice at the time. And I said just just let him break out of the gate and let them go as fast as he wants as far as he wants. And then just wrap up on find that was for twelve five dropped them in for open ten and I said take him back make one run. And we'll see how fit he is. So she did that. So now we come to the big day in the horses ready to win. And I got him in ten thousand Cal bread easiest race that you could run into del mar at the time. So and I love him..
"rillo" Discussed on KTOK
"National shooting sports foundation in S S F, and we're just fortunate enough to have the president of NSF. Join us right now. Joe Partosa Joe. Thank you for being here, Tom. Thanks very much for having me. It's great to be here. Thanks. Well. How long have you been coming to the show? This is my second shot show. Only one has an exhibitor formerly with moss Burke. Right. You've been in the industry a long time thirty thirty two years in the industry, and I'll give a shameless plug demoss per one hundred year anniversary this year. We're very proud of that. And so, yeah, I this is my first shot Joe was a member of the staff. And again, very proud. It's exciting. A tremendous traffic on the new president, correct? Yes. Four months. How's it going? It's going great. It's going to be overwhelming. Because. Innocence after so many things that people don't know about. There are so many things I was a longtime board member. And so that gave me a backstage pass that so many of these things. Yeah. But once you get inside so to speak, the building, and you see how it's actually done in who puts all these programs together is extraordinary the the level of talent and the dedication. Nearing the staff is unbelievable. They are absolutely very talented people, and I'm very happy part of that in Newtown, Connecticut. Is the association for the firearms industry? And I know the media gets it wrong all the time because the NRA is the lobbyist for the gun the gun manufacturers go actually, no they represent gun owners gun buyers. But it's NSF right into the businesses the businesses it's manufacturers distributors in media retailers ranges. Yup. Ranges is a good point. I think people may not understand that if somebody has a range if you're not a member of innocence after really missing out on a great opportunity to increase their business and be more efficient with their operations. Absolutely, right. We we have programs that help manage businesses like as a business ongoing marketing and the typical businesses, but we also have programs for things like environmental issues led led sound baffling. You name it. We have the resources dealing with city hall. My goodness. The regulators and the and frankly the objections if somebody says I would like to put in a range, but I'm running into trouble. Here is the first call you need to be making. We have so many people on on call and Iran staff that can come in and help and get you going the right direction. And that's what they're they're about jobs. I mean, we create jobs or help jobs, and so that's why we're a trade association. We we promote business activity. So we're all. About that. So please give us a call. If you're a gun store. I mean there are programs. You have people just don't know about if you're running a store if you got a retail operation, it's the don't pop into my head don't lie for the other guy, which is basically spotting and stopping straw sales. Correct. Because nobody in the gun business wants anybody to make an illegal purchase at their store. Right S for sure, but they need help. They need the skills to be able to spot to know what to do when it happens. We have a we have a turn key program that we send out to dealers where they can help for training, of course. But it helps to identify the customer that just doesn't look quite right or the one that's on the cellphone deciding which gun to buy those things are flash. Somebody's talk at him. Because he can't come out because he's a prohibited person. Right. So we have a program. It's turnkey. Right to the dealer and helps again, we don't want guns getting in the wrong hands. Absolutely not. So we're doing these programs to educate them and along with that. We've got another program called operation secure store, which we've been seeing lately a rise. Frankly, disturbing rise in these smashing grabs at retailers, come in in a matter of thirty or forty seconds. They'll break through the windows break through the door, come through the walls, come through the ceiling, rabble, rabble and off they go. And so we've got these programs that we actually have a security consultants that will come into your store and help you give you help give you an assessment of your physical security give you we have checklists for dealers to consider now, there's no one-size-fits-all. But there are a lot of great points that for little or no money can deter or prevent a burglary or God forbid a robbery which also frankly been increasing which is very disturbing trend as well. So that's a great program are very proud of. ATF is behind on that. And and we're launching it we launched it. I think a year ago, and it's been going great so far. Well, there's another program. That's one of the newest you have we know that when you look at deaths by gunfire suicides makes up the largest percentage of that by far, and we get some flack for people on the outside. They don't know that we're actually in the lead on all of these things. But now has a program to help gun stores and ranges with that as well. Correct. We've partnered with a with the foremost experts in the area of the American Foundation for suicide prevention, they're the experts and suicide, but we can reach the gun audience. Okay. They they recognize that they don't have a conduit to that that culture so to speak, right? So we have partnered with them to provide and create literature and training mechanisms for ranges and retailers and the general public as well. Right because as you say gun deaths, two thirds of the gun deaths are suicide, and we we believe we can offer. Some solutions to help prevent some of these some of these deaths, and unfortunately, you know, some percentage of that we know our veterans, and that's a whole different issue. But again, the first step is spotting it being sensitive to it and knowing what to look for. That's where NSF is tapped into the suicide experts say, okay, take their information. They know and we will get it to the gun community. That's what you're absolutely right. And so, yeah, we've got we've got our suicide prevention program, and as well you mentioned about veterans. We actually started this year with the Veterans Administration program to help with a using a project child safe type program to target veterans who might be at risk Rillo. Yes. It's a great program. We're very excited about it's brand new, but we think by getting into the veterans community and helping them by again education. There is a gun lock as part of the program. But really the tool for us is education, you mentioned project Chelsea for those who. Don't know this is an ongoing more than ten year program in SF has given away more than thirty eight thirty thirty million gun locks and safety kits. That's exactly right. Yeah. Thirty eight million kits from project child safe. Awesome program. We actually just received a grant from the state of Texas to continue the program there and the industry has been funding. This for for two decades, actually, it's celebrated twenty years with trot child safe initiative, and we received some grants, but primarily it's by donation, frankly..
"rillo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Smells. I call so appropriations. My name is Bob the drag Queen, and I agree. My original dragnet for like three years actually used to perform under the name kitten with a whip, which is from an old and Margaret film. But no one ever got it. And then people come kitty or Katie she always is a carrier with sticks with a nine foot Bulwer litter. And I was like why? And then one day, I was like doing karaoke. In this guy. Like forgot my name. He goes give it up for your host, Kate. And I was like, oh, yeah. Because Cates drag name, hey, guys. I'm k- take the drag Queen. And then next time. Thank you. Give it up for me. Kim Kim the Dragway ended like in one more time for me your host Bob the drag Queen in other. That's funny. And my friends are like the name is terrible. Do not do that. Exactly exactly why I'm going to do it. Now. Both of you started drag at different points in your life. Monet up born in Saint Lucia where I was born in Brooklyn when I was six months old, I moved to sandwich with my family. Okay. Move Saint Louis you and your family, and what was your exposure to any drag and Saint Lucia? Well, that's the thing girl little to none. Just just me be even a little bit feminine was like a red flag for everyone on be Caribbean island. That's the one we. So I had none of that in my life. And it wasn't until I had moved back to when I was ten years old. I started taking the bus and a train to school from from fifth grade. Anyone else in New York with that kind of get? Yeah. So I would see all these things on the bus. And I would see all these things on the one train. And I remember going to high school and seeing drag queens getting off the train getting on the train to go to school. I was like these men are very weird and scary. And I will never have that as a profession and here we are. So that was my exposure to kind of what drag was and what could be and what dragged still isn't some braces. Yeah. And you were a classically trained singer. Yes. Yes. And some opera training. Yeah. I'm a boss. I went to school for opera, performance and music education. And I actually thought on Jenin music K through five for a year and a half. And I was like waking up at five AM to teach your kids. Absolutely, right. Is there anything about being a classically trained opera singer that has translated over four opera dragon the same thing? It's just an opera singers, whereby galoshes. The same thing and like going to school I had to do classes like the singing actor and all those things a lot of a lot of things that that really translate to drag and how to be very presence drag performer and listening looking people in the eye while you're taking their money. You know what I mean? So yeah, lots of lots of parallels between. Bob, you came to New York. Twenty two years old. Did you stand up? I moved here to be an actor and to do stand up and to be a Broadway active. But no one told me that if you can't seeing you probably won't be on Broadway. With a mom who told me, I could do anything. I was like y'all don't even know how amazing. My mom was always one of the moms was like, you are just so some aren't you modeling knows like. I am handed model. You're talking down your. Accomplishments? And your mother owned a bar growing up. Yes. You wanna drag bar in Columbus, Georgia? Yeah. I was actually a legally would work at the moment. I couldn't get a babysitter. So she would put me. Okay. This amazing mother just sort of change. We'll put me in the booth to take the money. I had big hands. Like a kid. I had used to have. Dainty? So she would like put me in the booth to turn the lights off. So this is like black hairy. I was probably nine. Maybe ten I don't know. Okay. So now, let's talk about repulsed drag race. I was on hoarder, isn't it? Of your first runway challenge the infamous. You made address out of yellow in green sponges. Which is become a thing. Have you been approached by any sponge companies for endorsements? You know, I have emailed Rillo every day..
"rillo" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Four years break, the south Miller, please. Well, it doesn't make any sense as you're is. You're losing to the judge spent a significant amount of time at the front end talking about should it be should I be basing it on second degree murder were the aggravated battery a lot of league legal fees that frankly, nobody really cared about. They wanted to know what your sentence, and what's the justification for a sentence. So after all this legal chatter. He didn't says Eighty-one months, but gives no justification for. And then quickly gets off the bench. Well, no one is going to believe that that sentence has any legitimacy whatsoever. Value conclude eighty four years for one case of Rillo while shots. In six years. We've got to shot sixteen in the back. It doesn't it doesn't make any sense whatsoever. You murderer young black, man. The jury found that that verdict that he murdered. He talks about the fact that they also had found the elements of first degree murder, and then you sentenced him like, it's a a home invasion. He will be in and out of jail before rod Blagojevich is finishes his fourteen year sentence, if you say like, it's a home invasion. It's it's it's it is tantamount to a slap on the wrist. Because when you give him credit for good time. He may only serve a grand total of three little over three years. Been there one to five years in free file detention. Yep. They come out, and they've spent more time than the sense for the been they walk free of marijuana. Something says a Simpson a drug high. Yeah. We what we have. And it's unfortunate that this is the incident that's bringing the spotlight to the Cook County judiciary in particular the system that's broken. You know, this you go down here. It's mostly young black men. Having seconds before judge no real time to talk with their lawyers, and yet people were sitting there because it's it's become a debtor's prison because they can't get out on bail. You've judges down near refusing to follow the bail guidelines at Tim Evans, ordered them to do the whole system is is absolutely totally corrupt. And frankly, these two back to back decisions, I think just underscores the problem back to back wowed you own one day have the case. Of the three officers who were acquitted and walk free. The very next day. Have the one McDonnell? But some sun right to me, Laura. Well, I it it's a strange coincidence. But the result is essentially the same that there is no Justice. You have three officers who obviously lied and engaged in a cover up. Their defense. Attorney said we'll this is just a paperwork air. No, they consciously concocted a narrative, and they were purposeful and trying to steer it in a way that would have shielded Van Dyke. That's very clear we had two of them. Most able prosecutors that I've ever ever seen in in the state. Judge Pat homes and her colleague Ron safer who prosecuted literally hundreds of cases in between them. They knew how to put together a tight case. And yet the judge let them walk. Looking at this whole convergence of the run king's birthday, heightened sensitivity. I'm concerned again that the the sense of disappointment among many young people the Justice system does not work. It does work. To them yesterday. When matilda's kill the killer walk free before the years because we had the one on the jury. And so the fact what does the point was I thought once he was convicted by the jury though the end up to cover up that was as naval my part because the the the cover up into the judge covering up as well. The the the judges at twenty sixth street feel like they have no accountability to anyone. Now. Don't get me wrong. We want an independent judiciary. We don't wanna intrude on that. But when you have a jury that put aside the distractions focus on the evidence and his came up with this historic conviction. The judge's sentence undermines and does a disservice to that jury conviction. What's the next step? Well, then the next step I've called upon for the officer who remains on the job for the superintendent to bring charges against him immediately. So he could his employment can be terminated. I've urged the US. Well, Van Dyke. No, I'm talking about they want the officer the threes conspiracy. There's one officer who remains on the job. He needs to be addressed through disciplinary proceeding. Number two, I've called upon the US attorney's office to open up a grand jury investigation. If they have not to look at the behavior, these three authors, and frankly, there were others that were involved in the cover up they need to be accountable as well, whether they're on the job now or they fled through retirement. You used to be an assistant US attorney. That's right. So help us to understand the the US attorney's office could have and frankly, they had the Van Dyke case from the very beginning. The state's attorney Anita Alvarez said here, you take this hot potato, and they did all this work. But then never never brought any charges never gave any explanation. This is under Zack Fardon. So I'm hoping John Laos US attorney. We'll take a look at this. And bring charges as appropriate. And then the last thing is there are cases that were pending before the police board that judge gone and asked the police board to stay those cases need to be reinvigorated immediately. A civil rights case does have a role the plan this. They clearly do they were investigating the McDonald case from the very beginning. And they knew about the cover up. They knew about the doctor police reports they knew about what happened at the Burger King. So yes, I believe that the F B I absolutely has a role to play here. Jamie. Yes. Again, thank you for bringing us to the public attention. Butler lower this morning. What is the next step, Jamie? So, you know, I agree with everything he.
"rillo" Discussed on The Corner
"Like the arrival like when Rousseff showed up at the Royal rumble, and like I remembered it because he started just wrecking people. So it'd be nice if they had to do that like Killian, Dan and dinner one year. The Andre the giant. Oh that was Andre the. Yeah. It's like. It's like I would love to see seena at one velveteen dream to and the pot. The dream would get no matter what happened from that point on the pop the dream would make him a made man right unless they buy in. Let's say fandango them, which is very possible. But like rumble is that's that's what we're all look forward. Anyway, back to what if he eliminated offer it. Then you have a wrestlemainia match. That's so good. Scene is clearly here to put somebody over. Yet course. And if you want to like dream seems like the type of guy who could be made like if this is a few that if it's not lar- Selva go with the jury like go the coming up, but we'll see what. And then let's see we have Matt read overs cash Sono full match this time not contest, I think we're one. This is going to be good like these like Chris here on the Indy circuit and Matt Rillo. They had great matches, Dan. So we're in for a great one. I mean this Allah, speak it wrestling Gauss weekend evolve show. Yeah. But you know, if there was if there was any other guy who was a sure shot probably wouldn't believe you Matt riddle is a sure thing there is that there's no way they can miss win. It's posit. Asia injuries of loan can stop Matt real. Gear. It's 'cause the style the style is tough the style. The look the hair the personality the music the chance, oh, they hit park with that. Because you don't see anything. And then you just here, bro. And the crowd goes nuts. I was opposed got it. Yeah. I know Dan Finn like a real dickhead sit on that Little riddle. like the mad. Yes. Nuts. Batch itself, obviously riddles, yes. On putting people over, but I tried to match a definitely Ono's vest next year. We will get right here. I mean velveteen have like a sketchy chemistry those couple botches. I mean, you know, the the rest of formerly Chris hero is really damn good. So this should be great..
"rillo" Discussed on Niners Nation
"So I do hope we see more of that. Well, it always surprise me that we didn't see a lot of it. The first two years under saw always kind of thought that the Seattle defense went hand in hand with that sort of aggressive in your face press coverage, you know, read it's scrimmage in the forty Niners haven't done that as much as I was expecting when when shawl was coming in. Yeah. It's. There's there's a lot. I think gets a bad rap in a lotta ways for for his scheme. It's it's a very -able scheme. There's lots of there's lots of there's a lot that goes into it. And we've talked at length on the show about it. So our listeners probably don't wanna hear me, why philosophical about the issues with solid, but hopefully, I think Joe woods brings a bit more that man coverage because I think in today's NFL if you can play man coverage, or at least you can mix it up and not stay predictable and not end up like the chargers where you play, you know, man, coverage just ten percent of the time. And so when you're zone coverage isn't working you have no change up. And you have nothing to go to. I think overall you're you're better off defense. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No, I agree. And that'll be something to kind of add to the the repertoire, I think in in year three of the skied now Ritz Tangaroa he interviewed for the Broncos offense coordinator job. He is the odds on favorite for getting it. I don't know if they've actually formally announced him getting that job. But it seems like that's a lot. He's now in day to day three of the interview process. But I'm curious why he was initially blocked, but then was allowed to interview because the team has seemed to have blocked just about everyone except for skiing Carello. So what was it about the job of the role or anything that initiated the change of heart for the forty Niners? Well, I don't even know if there was a change your heart. I mean, it I haven't figured out. What happened initially that they they rejected the interview request Cowger Shanahan was on vacation for a little while. I wonder if the disconnected as simple as as that that you know, somebody else sort of speaking for him. And then when he got back, you know, incommunicado he he sorted. It out, you know, one of the reasons is because you know, the other the other two guys Mike McDaniel and Michael Fleur. They were requested for OC positions as well. They're already coordinators entitle one is the pass game coordinator the other is the run game coordinator they help Shanahan with the the the game planning each week. I mean, he's those his to top lieutenants, and they were being asked to interview with teams where they wouldn't have play calling duties, so it would the their their duties in rezone and in Green Bay wouldn't have been all that different than what they are here in Santa Clara show. I think that was part of it. He leans heavily on those guys. He wants them around. I mean, that's probably. In in even bigger part. And then as far as getting Rillo, it is a true promotion for him. I mean, he he's going from quarterbacks coach to offense coordinator so under Vic Fangio because they're fans you he's definitely going to call plays under under Vic Fangio. So it's it's a true step up the ladder for skiing role that would have been pretty hard for for Shanahan to block because you are keeping this guy from a golden opportunity show. I would like to know to the back room haggling that went on there. I mean, these two franchises are obviously close to one another given who's in in the power positions of the mall show. I guarantee you there was some wrangling. I don't know what that is at this point. But all find out soon enough. Yeah. I wonder if this is anything to Nick Mullins next year because I do think they will. Have a legitimate competition for that number two role and and Shanahan might may end up keeping all three quarterbacks on the active roster. But I think you've mentioned it and mayo 'cause mention that as well that Mullins was a scanner elegant..
"rillo" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"You get a chance to win a thousand bucks. Only ask you about case keenum last caller, brought him up when the Broncos signed him. We were all hoping we would have seen the case keenum that the Minnesota Vikings got the year before last two our case had a pretty darn good year and took them all the way to the NFC championship game. We didn't get that case keenum. And there may be a lot of reasons why injuries certainly played a factor with the Emmanuel Sanders going out trading to Marius Thomas. The Broncos played the last five or six games with a bunch of rookies out there at wide receiver which made things harder for case keenum still think there's a better case keenum that we can get a better case keenum next year. You seem to think that that's a possibility with the right coaching. Maybe the right personnel. Well. I think that. Yeah. I think that. Depends on what system he runs. It depends on who's around him. Can he play better if he's here next year, then he played this past year? I would I would say yes again it gets back to me or for me gets back to the first game of the season. You know? I mean they throw for three hundred yards three touchdown passes. But he threw three picks to those were bad bad decisions. One of them. Really? I didn't think was on him. But the reaction, and I'm not alibi for case here, but the reaction from the team at that point. They won the game was, hey, listen. I mean, you understand this. But we can't throw the ball to the other team cancer the ball over three times. He was never the same quarterback. After the first game, you pointed that out to me in the booth, Dave. I don't know if it was on the air, but you pointed that out to meet very early in the season. That's that game. It was just a different guy. I mean, you have to be willing to take some chances with the ball. But in order to do that you have to be really self confident in your position with the team. You know, I mean, I mean Philip rivers through a couple of balls on yesterday. It gets to England through like. Where are you throwing the ball? But he you overlook that because of his body of work because the greatness of Philip rivers case keenum makes those throws we come to the conclusion quickly. You know, what that guy can't play? He's the quarterback. So I think this. I think my gut tells me the Broncos will explore all options to bring in a if they can't address the quarterback situation the draft and get a guy that they think is the long term future. Then I think they'll address all options with respect to veteran quarterbacks. Try to match up the salaries does make sense to cut case remove case of trade, whatever how much money do we have how much money do we have? Anyway. So you gotta play you gotta play the money game. But I think they'll they'll look at that. And that they feel like they can bring somebody else in if they're if they've concluded that basically the ship has sailed on case, I think there'll be a new quarterback here next year. It would not shock me. If cases the guy for one more year. Right. And they either draft a guy or they or they bring in amid Brown draft choice to be the backup. And then they go all in for the quarterback in in twenty twenty saw something on Twitter. I'm a I'm not sure who put it out there. But it was a discussion about maybe you restructure cases contract and say case, we'll give you a long term contract as our backup quarterback. So you could still make a bunch of money, but you'll be our backup quarterback. They bring in whatever they're gonna do. Maybe they draft a quarterback in the first round. If they like a guy in case will be your backup for the next four years. And he he would be obviously, a a really good backup quarterback in the National Football League, depending on the kind of money you got to pay him. I think that would depend on what the Broncos think. What kind of guy they think cases because there are guys. I mean how he would hand in the locker. Gotcha. Yeah. Because the last thing you want is a guy that hey, you gave me a chance to you committed me for two years. Now, all of a sudden he restructured my deal. Now you bring a young quarterback. There are some guys I've seen over the years decades of being involved in the NFL there are there are guys that would not be good with that. And it would just not be conducive to a winning team in the locker room. They wouldn't overtly do anything to sabotage the deal. But listen dynamics in the locker room are really important in cases. But in there for a year. So I I don't know how they perceive him on that thing. I I would rather listen, I would rather if you've concluded if John Elway and those who make the decision have concluded. It just didn't work out. And you, and you've you've reached that conclusion cutting get rid of him start over eat, the money, whatever in find somebody you like draft, the young guy, and let's let's go, but don't try to, you know, just for the sake of some money in some dead money. If you really if concluded the guy is not the we made a mistake is not the right guy, then cut bait brigand in this. This new coaching staff case has been here one year, they only gave a two year deal. So the obviously weren't all that committed to him. That's why I'm starting to think maybe that's how this goes down. If it's rich scannon Garoppolo if it's rich ganger Rillo as the new OC. My gut tells me they'll sit down and say how did you make how did you make Nick Mullins of functional quarterback? What did you go through look at all of our tape from last year, and give me your honest opinion on what you see from case keenum. And do you think you can do for case keenum in your offense? What you guys did for Nick Mullins not? So sure the answer will be. Yeah. I think I can probably he would say that in the interview. I think you'll be honest. Yeah. I think it'd be honest about it. That's very interesting has been a really interesting week or so for Denver Broncos fans..