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"bill center" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The Senate just unveiled a new bipartisan gun Bill. Here's what's in it. By Nick popley. On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of senators released legislative text for a narrow set of gun safety measures, marking the most significant step towards toughening federal gun laws and nearly three decades. If passed, the bill would require enhanced background checks for buyers under age 21 and provide some $15 billion in new federal funding for mental health programs and school security upgrades. But the bipartisan compromise falls well short of the broader gun control measures that president Joe Biden and other Democrats have called for in the wake of recent mass shootings, including an assault weapons ban and restrictions on high capacity ammunition magazines. With ten Republican senators already announcing support for the original framework enough to break a filibuster, the legislation is expected to pass the Senate by the end of the week, and then head for a vote on the House floor before the July 4th recess. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, a Democrat from California, signaled last week that the democratic controlled House would enact whatever bill the Senate might pass. This is a breakthrough. Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut, the lead democratic negotiator, said Tuesday, this bill is going to save lives. It's unclear how many Republican lawmakers will ultimately be on board, though the bill got a boost from Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky. Our colleagues have put together a common sense package of popular steps that will help make these horrifying incidents less likely, while fully upholding the Second Amendment rights of law abiding citizens. He said in a statement Tuesday evening, the proposed legislation comes nearly a month after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers in uvalde Texas, the second deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. That massacre occurred just ten days after a racially motivated mass shooting at a Buffalo New York supermarket. There have been 278 mass shootings in 2022, according to the gun violence archive, which defines a mass shooting as an incident where four or more people are shot or killed, not including the shooter. But gun reform is one of the most contentious issues in American politics. The last time the federal government passed laws aimed at limiting the spread of guns, was in 1994, the same year The Lion King was released in theaters. Here's a look at the major elements of the new bipartisan gun Bill. State and sentives for red flag laws. The bill provides $750 million in new federal funding over 5 years to help states implement crisis intervention programs or so called red flag laws, which allow authorities to temporarily confiscate guns from people deemed to represent a threat to themselves or others. These laws currently exist in 19 states and Washington D.C.. The final days of negotiations over the bill centered around this provision as Republicans expressed concern that red flag laws violate the due process rights of those accused of being a threat. The bill addressed those concerns by requiring the accused to have the right to an in person hearing. The right to know opposing evidence and the right to be represented by counsel at no expense to the government, according to the legislative tax. Under this bill, every state will be able to use significant new federal dollars to be able to expand their programs to try to stop dangerous people. People contemplating mass murder or suicide from being able to have access to the weapons that allow them to perpetrate that crime. Murphy said on the chamber floor. Protections for victims of.
"bill center" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"So there's some uncertainty there. But I see him being able to earn a swing back up role. Right away with starter potential down the road. So that's how I saw him fun player to watch, but man, it just kind of, it's kind of a downer whenever you see a guy in a scheme like that where everything past protection you see in 5 techniques almost every time, very rarely does he see a wide 9. He's not tested a whole lot. I mean, those kind of things, it's going to, it's going to be a little bit more of a stark steep transition for him going into a pro style system than most. But there's certainly some traits there to work with and some technique stuff that's nice. So he's an intriguing guy, but it's just about where you get a guy like that to me. Buffalo Bill center Mitch Morris is who he's talking about. So patriots fans of you watch a lot of patriots tape. You'll know Mitch Morris from the games against buffalo and you can kind of see Brandon dear season in Zach Tom who I think we mata is that time to the Patriots and one of our mock drafts apps. And we think a couple weeks ago. The last one, Thursday. Fourth round, maybe somewhere around there. Yeah, it sounds about right. Yeah, it was one of our picks. I'm glad we got to break them down, Brandon. Thank you so much for doing this. Obviously, he's extremely knowledgeable. So tell everybody where they can follow you because the Patriots are going to take at least two off. They're definitely taking one. I think that they might actually take two or even more than that. So you're going to want to follow Brandon so that he can give you the insight on these players. Yeah, you can follow me at Twitter at Brandon Thorne NFL. And then I have a newsletter on substack, trench warfare dot substack dot com. That's where I really get to do kind of my own analysis on offensive and defensive lines. So I'll have some more draft stuff. I'll have the film room with Luke Hideki, a film with Cole strange. Coming out before the draft. And then hopefully a couple of really cool podcasts with a guy like duke Manny weather, maybe Dane brugler. A couple other things in the works. We're going to really dive into the offensive line class and then bleacher report. I'm grading every offensive lineman in the draft for the second year. So I think I'm like 65 guys deep right now and I still have like 5 guys to go. So yeah, I mean, any offensive lineman I'll hopefully have a report on him. So yeah. Awesome. Yeah, those bleacher report reports for offensive line. It's where I go if I need some extra insight on any of these guys, my automatic go to. It's a big help but for people like me that like to get into the draft in March and April instead of doing it at the beginning of college football season, like everybody else. So I always have to have a crash course on the offensive line and Brandon. Always helps us out..
"bill center" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"A hurricane of giant parachuting spiders is coming. It'll get your attention. Yeah. But at least they can't bite you. It's bob and cherry. Who likes the movie? Box office. Just identify which movie this clip came from. Will you be mean to him too? No, I will not. Because the man who was coming here tonight is completely unlike you. The man who is coming here tonight is kind and funny. He's gone the most wonderful sense of humor. But he's not here. Well, if he's not here, he has a reason because there is not a cruel or careless Bond in his body. But I wouldn't expect you to understand anybody like that. You with your theme park multi level homogenize the world mocha land. Think you know what movie this came from? Just go to bob and sherry dot com and will randomly select a winner. You could win a box of bob and cherry swag. Oh, it sounds like somebody's relationship is not on a good track and speaking of which I saw a great revenge story online, would you like to hear about it? This is sweet revenge. A person was working at a billing center for a telephone company. I think it's in Canada that supplies platforms for Hulu and HBO and all of that. And this lady calls in and she's puzzled as to why she got a one time charge fee of $49 for an access point. And she's even more puzzled when she realizes she does not even have the same company that can she doesn't have the same providers where she lives. So the person who she's talking to who works for the company says, I'm going to do a little digging and she found out that her ex-husband got a three year contract and put it on her bill. And the woman starts crying and telling her how her ex-husband had an affair with a younger woman, her ex-husband, divorced her, milked her for as much as he could and apparently is still milking her for more. He ghosted her, he moved to Alberta, Canada, changed his email, phone number, blocked her on all social media. And so the call center woman is going, what a jerk. Oh, that is such a jerk. And then she goes on to tell this poor woman, I can remove his access to your account, and you can also add a password downgrading the Internet and TV to the bare essentials. And she said, I can hear the light going off in her head. And the woman said, wait, you have the address where he's living at now? And the call center woman said, yes, he's got TV and Internet services with us. So we have, we have his address. She goes really quiet and says, her lawyer and she had been trying to track the guy down. But even his family and friends are being very tight lipped about it. She asked, am I allowed to get that information? And the call center woman said, of course, you have unrestricted access to service address, phone numbers, emails, your ex-husband provided them to us to get hooked up, but you're the one who's been paying for it, so you get it all. She said, do you have a pen and paper handy? This woman was a static. And here's what she did. After she got all of the details, she said, I'm looking at what time it is here. And I know it's on TV. Are you able right where you are to cancel his service. And the woman said, oh, yeah, I can cut it off right now. She said, I want you to do that because his favorite Canadian hockey team is in a playoff and they are on right now. Kill it. So that is. That is waiting for that is waiting for your revenge to serve it cold, literally. Tell me about it. So the game cuts off and the woman who is getting shafted by the X picks up the phone and calls the lawyer to get whatever she's deserving of served on the guy. Wow. Well, that makes me that makes me feel a lot better about the text I got a handful of years ago that from an X that said goes to change the Netflix password. Oh, did you get that? Oh, I didn't even know you were using my Netflix password. And then I wondered, how did you know my Netflix password? And then I remembered that my kids, when they were at his house, Netflix, and so he was enjoying my complimentary Netflix without me even realizing it for a long time. And then I had to change the pack. I can't even remember why I changed the password. Netflix password. And I just, you know, you can like a text, you just get the thumbs up. Yeah, yeah. I did not respond in any other way. 'cause I sure got thumbs up. I sent the thumbs up. Yep. Oh, that's brilliant. I use the thumbs up all the time, but never in any situation as good as that one. Well played, my friend. It's bob and cherry. Well, this is odd. I decidedly odd. It's the bob and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast with stuff we wouldn't couldn't or shouldn't do on the regular show. On the current odd cast, the biggest princess dye scandal you've probably never heard anything about. I listen to you on the way to work in the podcast on the way home from work every day. I want you sweet. Thank you. The off air bob and cherry podcast called the odd cast download it now at bob and sherry dot com with the free bobbin sherry app or wherever you get your podcasts. Use the talk back feature our back feature on the free bob and sherry app and leave us a message. Mike Myers is making a comeback with a brand new series on Netflix and he plays like 8 different parts in it. It's called the Penta very, I think is how it's pronounced and here's what it's basically about. He plays a Canadian journalist who investigates a secret society of 5 men very who've been working to influence world events since the plague of 1347. And so this Canadian journalist, played by Mike Myers, finds himself embroiled in this. And these are the parts that he plays. He plays the journalist. He plays a conspiracy theorist. He plays a far right radio host. He plays the old lord lord Lincoln, the oldest and highest ranking member of this group. He plays a former media mogul, he plays a Russian oligarch, a rock and roll manager and a tech genius who invented the supercomputer, okay? So.
"bill center" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Months later in so the climate is cut polices. We did albums we won't lace line. Drank levi's degrees denied. Go down degrees. We have only aid axial ten degrees so the griggs concentration ready fruity with the groups. Men and then the wine the seal them esten correct saw that tamraz's for the region sooner and so we grabbed a very famous brand thinned especially models involved was nineteen seventy one and we have also bottles bash. Today's example nineteen seventy six wrong the Actual of easy to rain ready fresh in the No match would a cd yet. You can feel the tower can feel the dance that adds the smells dads and so a There says also ordering that actively cents at thousand blows uinta she sir just eight to nine years old so the connoisseurs who love your winds will come to. Because it's it's very difficult to get mature vintages of white wine that's amazing nineteen seventy-six still fresh expressing itself. Can we just consider the the the the range of wines i know you make a very large range of wines. But they're huge number of different names market. The mines under you mentioned the sirmium which was terroir are all of the names. Thanks primarily to terroir. Yes we do. we did. Line like weed than Everyone for a winery A name the name is coming on their grew. Knicks have four rows greece panel and and earned end although was coming some the size example is guaranteeing sons. Brian is sunday the for the so volume story. Amy stein is the german name in so we user name of the size of this for the region for the grew. All has also a brandon example on decreases brands. Garcia is a brand everyone So his body is we eastern eastern rating. Easterly from our jim. So different rates down dotan. We have. I think our duty labels. Wow that's how i got. To exempt three charbonnet we south. The shower instigation. In seal is in the ring after after years. is the homeland. Diner of the grants is covered. So my from from religion it ryan addendum dog shoveling bottles several dougherty reunification marines on addition by rick. And then we make this as lash. He has a of gnashing to beat bounce one year and then boggled. The banks remain for other two years in the bottle now. We stopped with. Says they've been dutch to douse. The we have folks the decent warranty greed to three different vanity running style. Can we turn our focus. Now to the foods of sue tiddle. And perhaps what you consider some of mess. Typical in iconic foods in the area and foods also pair particularly with this large range of wines you produce are there any of these foods particularly linked to novels or mma guide. Yes you'll know that the result so spill calcium billions so is of the cool sheen law firm likes needs like italy. Spank shared so bump denny's seizing when after the second. Where a loved the dynasties now in iraq agendas. Seventy bill center and percents is vinyl languages. Expansively in the cop down for example these more dining in so is coming so for the the the the the experience the threats on the dining racine. This is ready very rooted very positive. Ozo- of the donets coming in recent us because the regime is in the high i the highest level and a lot of influence of diane guidance layer. That's actually fascinating because we think of sotoudeh is primarily the austrian foods. But i think what. I've child in the area. It is that exciting land of of the australian flavors with the italian cooking methods that some of the past with the sued tudela ingredients and it does make for a really really exciting cuisine. It's one of the things that i would urge our listeners to discover when the visit the area as this we have vanity address on with higher levels and you yang who go to declining to keep the quality small restaurants and every restaurant is different but in january we can speak for gun. Machine influence our for determination so the eastern zone so also the mind. It's it's seem we noticed from the in the south of germany. I think lozano. I'd say to see notice deals delaying.
"bill center" Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Is she does. He asked about competitive games. But she's a beloved friend also fun fact one of the only few gas who is seen me completely naked and i would argue like naked like we were lying. It creates angles honey. They were there so she's pretty much seen it all. That's true claim to fame other than her career. Comedy actress writer comedian friend of the pod. Skincare queen please welcome returning guests lord. Atoms intro oh. I'm so glad. I missed the korean spa. Honestly i was thinking about. I was like when was the last time i was on putin. I was like oh korean. Spa episode with that was such a transformative day of my life. And you were there. Yeah that was major. You're like that woman from the hot tub. The woman vermont with the amazing bang. The told us she was an alias and she was like new. She saw you where you were in. That is incredible. She literally said. I'm getting a signal from above. Yes and we were all nude in the hot tub. I believe you remember when you left me. And i was the only person and then you came back and it was completely full go. The gang's all here since check often. You wanna do a drive by. 'cause i'm like what if there's like some secret. My husband and i both have been doing this for like he'll be like restaurants secretly opened and i'm like why would they be sierra. Leone spa is olympic day. Spa secrets but and there's a where i fly to get into. I feel like cove it again. I have no medical training would run rampant in that environment. Don't you think in the steamy room heels a hot moist. Yeah i just feel like cova really enjoy hanging out in there for sure for sure. So who knows maybe gone for good. I don't know devastating. We could always recreate one in my roman bath shower. Do have a little setup diaz scrub scrub each other. We'll see. I mean you know what i'll put a mug work tub in there. Oh my gosh lovely. It might be laura. Welcome to nashville. I'm so excited to be here. I don't think you've been here since. I've added the intro questions but maybe you have. I haven't i didn't think so. I have to ask them. Yeah even if you've answered before the first one. I asked everyone is. What type of scan do you have dry baby. Yeah crispy crunchy dry. Yeah it's just and now. It's i think maybe matting mature dry mature thirty nine next week's oh oh my gosh it's and you have not to get too personal. You have not done. A single piece of botox are filler. That's incredible i know. But i'm heavy right now for my salt like yeah. I gained some pandemic weight. And so i feel like my face is not looking. It's age right now. Because i've got a little. You look incredible. You have gorgeous skin. Why see your dermatologist. Yes and i went the last time i was like i'm not against it. And he was like honestly just a little right. Here is new beef set. Yeah okay. So when i'm ready yeah go. I'm glad he was honest. Yeah yeah. I actually haven't been to him. Yeah i used to see dr fitzgerald. Yes and she's way too hard to get them point with now you have to. Yeah yeah you have to be like rachel bill center sampling and then i would see her her may and who did my accutane. Who did manoa accutane. He did my like. I literally sent everybody to her but then she left a few years ago and then always seeing. This is not interesting. I saw was the blonde lady. She's great. I liked her but no they only cosmetic now. Yeah they won't even let me look at my boy he will. He'll let you know they told me. No i called said. Do you know the buckeye mold check by him in may. Yeah well maybe. I'll try again again any way. Maybe what's the first beauty poverty. Ever-broader used the first beauty product ever bought or used probably lips. Okay lip smackers had a strawberry role on glock your lily and if i smelled it right now i'm in with twin line to that is very specifically. I remember that so yes oh sticky and so yes yes they are so back okay good. I'm glad i knew that. I added bonus question for every guest pertinent to their own interests. And because you are the zola registry queen. I would like you to tell me your favorite zola registry gift. There are a lot of engaged. Chinese out there okay. I am born adams's zola registry queen. She passed me a ton of information. That i then have passed on too many friends. Zoll listen sit feels illegal almost something else for free that. We're not gonna tokyo. Because i was sneaky. Hey you're following the rules they follow you and falling and i'll say shoutout to zola. Their customer service is unprecedented. Yes level this is why i say use code match because i use zola. A real live customer. It is unreal the favorites seeing that we got. I think that we're using. The most often is our dyson handback. Oh yeah i need that. It's pet hair. You can take it out to the car. It's great cordless before i leave. I need to buy that. Because i do have some credit and i'm still getting my twenty percent discount almost over next month. They're gonna extend it spoiler. Okay thank you. I had a feeling that might happen. Thank yous zola. We love honey. Okay and the last question is what is the most beautiful about yourself right now. I'm trying to be really kind about my career. And i think the most beautiful thing about myself right now is my how. My sensitive heart connects to my creative mind. Oh i'm trying to be really good kind to myself. That is beautiful. I relate yeah. We have a lot of things going on in our lives. We just started our marriages. We bought houses. And everything doesn't hit once and you have to be very kind to yourself and be patient and honestly have the confidence in yourself to know that. Honey i got this. Everything's gonna be fine. Look how great. i'm doing. Count your blessings so totally relate to that and thank you so since you were here in two thousand nine there. A lot of has happened in your life. I just gave a lot of it away. You were seeing your hunky man in two thousand nineteen now. Y'all are married. You bought a home so just me. Yeah we've got a dog you've got dog are cute little bunny dog. Yeah and then. Seth he moved from nashville like we were long. Distance from nashville. So yeah it's been twenty. Twenty was as you know. Yes for the books. Yes ass honey. And you'd like me you met your man on route. I did not get a wedding gift. We had to email. Okay i'll email. Yeah that game. I want that whole wealth. They send one to everyone's different. Ben's friend got ryan merch one. One person got his charcuterie board. Okay i'm on email all email. Yeah we met onre i..
"bill center" Discussed on NPR News Now
"I'm nora raum. President biden said today the. Us has an unwavering commitment to get us citizens out of afghanistan as well as afghans at risk now. The taliban insurgents are in charge. He said any american who wants to get home. We'll get home. Biden has been criticized for the chaotic evacuation at kabul airport. He said some chaos was inevitable. There is no way to evacuate this. Many people without pain and loss of heartbreaking images. You see television. it's just a fact. My heart aches for those. Those people you see. We are approving that we can move though thousands of people day out of couple binds remarks from the white house. Today came hours after he met with members of his national security team to discuss the situation in afghanistan. The pentagon has activated the civil reserve air fleet which allows the military to use commercial aircraft to help in the evacuation afghanistan's airport remains chaotic as crowds of people continue to try to flee. Just getting to the airport remains dangerous. Npr's michele keleman reports the state department says it's trying to help secretary of state antony blinken calls it an incredibly volatile and fluid situation outside the airport in kabul. He tells fox news sunday that the state department and the pentagon will do whatever necessary to get americans out directing people with whom were in direct contact as to the best way to get to the airport Get through the gates get onto planes. That's the safest and most effective way to do it. The administration has also getting private. Us airlines to help transport evacuated americans and afghans who worked with the us from transit countries. Onward blinken says about two dozen countries have agreed to help temporarily house afghans while they wait for. Us visas michelle kellerman. Npr news washington. The house is due to get back early tomorrow from its summer. Researchers recess with the goal of passing president biden sweeping infrastructure agenda. Npr's amy held reports house. Speaker nancy pelosi spoke by phone with president biden saturday and sent a letter to democratic colleagues. She's pressing them to pass the to track legislation before october. First the bipartisan one trillion dollar infrastructure bill centers on routes and bridges pelosi calls the broader three and a half trillion dollar budget framework human infrastructure. It would prop up democratic priorities like family leave. Climate initiatives and medicare expansion republicans reject additional spending though the fast track reconciliation process averts a filibuster threat progressive and moderate house. Democrats at odds over the process are also threatening to derail the agenda. A narrow majority means pelosi can only afford to lose three democratic votes. Amy held npr news. This is npr news on ray weakened to a tropical depression tonight but continues to draw heavy rain over. Part of the us northeast. It had made landfall earlier today. On the coast of rhode island knocking out. Power to more than one hundred thousand. Homes and businesses closing bridges and stranding motorists in their vehicles groundbreaking songwriter librettist's and actress. And mickey grant has died. She was eighty years old. Grant was the first woman to write and star in an original broadway musical. Don't bother me. I can't cope jeff. London reports born in chicago. Grant studied piano bass and acting. Before moving to new york she appeared off broadway in several productions in the nineteen sixties as well as in another world where she was the first african american actress to get a story line in a daytime soap opera. In seventy-one grant made broadway history. When she composed the score wrote the libretto and appeared in. Don't bother me. I can't co got. The musical revue ran for over a thousand performances and earned grant a grammy and two tony nominations. She worked on several more musicals. Including your arms too short to box with god and working for npr news. I'm jeff london in new york and don everley has died. He was one half of the pioneering rock and roll everley brothers whose top forty hits included. Bye bye love and wake up little susie. Don everley was eighty four. I'm nora raum npr news..
"bill center" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Manager does that. Oh my gosh. Oh man i mean think about doing a one surface filling in sending in a three surface billing. You can think about if somebody's coming back for an adjustment to a partial denture sending a limited evil an incorrect code actually billing out a periodic yvo and it should be limited. Even our problem. Focus there's multiple things that you can that you can see. We've seen a offices. Accidentally bill abridge out. It got downgraded to a removable partial. And then they've changed the code to removable partial and then sent that back in. But that's not what they did. That's technically a fraudulent code. And again they don't know what they don't know that was just a downgraded procedure in then they ended up sending that in as say correct to claim or something. Those are just three quick ways that happens but there are multiple different ways to mess up. Codes clinton clinton aisles is one of the biggest ones that i think is something if is denied. Are you gonna take the time to clean up so we see that a lot. They just a lot of people. Just don't take the time to the own claims they just take you know with insurance services. They think it's always corrected. It's not you know if you want to call insurance company. You have the ability to argue with them or staircase but it takes time to call church too so i think people avoid that aspect of it. Maybe they're intimidated by the company. Were afraid to have a conversation with them or don't stinks so that's just a few areas that they can easily be approved That anybody listening lease appeal claims. We see it all the time. And that's for your doctor and then your patients right again. If they can use their benefits and keep more money in their pocket in your doctor still get paid. That's the best of both worlds. Can you guys give me a couple of pointers on how to properly appeal a specific claim. Yeah absolutely you know. There's different claims get denied for certain reasons. Sometimes it's accurate right. Frequency asians age limitations. Things like that waiting periods but say. Let's take that example. The bridge a fixed partial denture being longer to removable partial. We see that all the time but there is a roughly a fifteen hundred dollar difference in this ac- multiple offices. Just post that as a partial in bill the patient you can easily send in a easy template appeal saying that. This is what the patient wanted. It's a covered procedure. It was the best fit for the patient and ninety nine point nine percent of the time these insurance will pay on the actual fixed partial denture bridge. And it's just because they're downgrading as an alternative code right is basically what they're doing. They're like this works for the patient. It's kinda no different than your resin. Composites being downgraded to amalgams. We see that a lot and that's just a benefit policy that they can do that. All insurances are doing that on Composites but when it comes to bridge example it will get downgraded ninety percent of the time but you can appeal it one hundred percent of the time and you should josh hoekstra article on that exact thing. It's called how to win dental insurance field. So you're listening off news. Go to google how to win dylan. Turns feels his article atop so we'll put on the show notes below zero so everybody can kind of like i mean. Read it and everything like that review it. Okay i ask that because by any chance do you do you watch the office. Oh okay i've seen a few of the episodes. Remember the part. Where where kevin is like. I asked oscar to explain that to me many times because it sounds like i do that almost every day but i say that because i remember when i was doing this i think i only did was an office manager for quite some time but somebody else outsourced our insurance. Because i just couldn't do it right. And so i remember trying to do this for like three weeks. And yeah would the i would just more. Like is what they said. This is it. I don't know i don't have time for that. You know like you said. We have a lot of hats. It's like okay. New patients coming in on a phone call. Oh i got to stay on the phone for this insurance or you gotta stay on. You know what. I mean like all the other things. I'm going to drop the boss somewhere right. And we're i'm probably dropping the ball lot at least me. For example was in the appeal. I was just more like Away can we do. What can we do you know. I hate them too. You know and then walk away. Actually that i wonder naggus few excalibur breakfast Wife in his wife said that she she kind of handles all the insurance stuff as well and she said i don't. I don't mean to ask for spider Talking about cigna did not on core books. Wow they automatically will deny or any type of in and she says repealing. Because i don't. I just don't take the time to do that and i was like well. That's one specific case the light and we've got that in our article. Is that if you just. It's about taking the time to just And be surprised in. You said it yourself the not allowed to do that and if you just take the time to write kill it helps. Capture collections helps helps your your patients as well in a lot of these people right now for the patient to which is so. You don't wanna do that either. All you have to do is take some time rejoin on how to appeal for simple steps on actually taking the time to do these things to improve your question. Nice okay okay. Now in all honesty should someone outsource dental billing or no. What would make you guys say. Guys this practice guides. You don't really need us right now. it's fine. I don't know why you wouldn't bright. In my opinion. I mean. I understand people's concerns about there's pros and cons and aperture circle nets. But i don't know why you wouldn't. Maybe if your diesel guy ten fifteen locations is probably better to have your own billing center shirt but if you're just a solo practice out there maybe comes to sheets are not. The pros definitely outweigh the cons. Yeah i mean if you're doing forty thousand dollars cases on leonardo dicaprio who doesn't have dental insurance. You're good you probably don't need us 'cause you know either. Leo's senate his unclaimed himself or he just doesn't have it you know but we work for tons of fee for service offices because they still handle you still have to file insurance claims and they still need to get paid for your patient. Even the payments sent to the patient that claims still needs to process and pay help beijing out so again it really depends on what what you're looking for what you want your office doing. If you've made the leap to go you know what. I need office manager. More patient focused. I need this person being able to spend more time with patients to get more case acceptance present more treatment Really talk to patients about their actual insurance and use the benefits and so on and so forth. It's just a no brainer. it's also the expert level. We started this because we saw we saw that. There's a lot of people out there that didn't know what they were doing. And that's why the national average is what david ninety or ninety one percent collection rate. And so say you have a million dollar practice. You only collecting nine hundred thousand nine hundred ten. Where's the other one hundred thousand. Let's deal with the insurance companies is what they are in. So why are we not getting that. And that's again. We started it because of that reason. So it's against a no-brainer. Why would you not. And then you put in somebody else's hands to to handle this process and then but work directly with you. In order to increase your collection percentage together outside the patient a comes from not collecting your insurance. So if you're if you're waiting to get your insurance. They are thirty sixty dining plus days in your waiting to patient. That's where a lot of patients comes from us is not They are very good point. Wow okay that's interesting now. Now begin to the good stuff. David talking about now we can question. It's good. it's really good. I noticed in your article. What happens if you constantly get a no because on tip number four. It says don't accept no for an answer. Has it ever been scenario guys where it's like. No no no the yours era except this josh.
"bill center" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"bill center" Discussed on WTOP
"100 to 45 Steve Dresner what you got and Brennan I have round four. Wimbledon curly on center. Chord. Six seed of Roger Federer taking on number 23 Lorenzo, Senegal. Federer won the first two sets and they just started the second, said Love Love Now as they get underway, men's number one seed Novak, Troll Convention, Easy winner and over on the women's side have Did. Ashley Berry also advanced number 20 Cocoa Gaffe Upset by number 25 Actually Kirby in straight sets to baseball dancer in San Diego tonight to begin a seven game West Coast Road trip game. One of this four game series against the Padres will be Jon Lester on the mound for than Net four games behind the Mets in the N L. East. Tampa Bay Lightning, They can wrap up their second consecutive Stanley Cup title tonight in Montreal. Lightning currently lead this Just a seven series three games to none. The puck will drop it. Bill Center and eight o'clock and Tampa Bay looking for their second consecutive Stanley Cup win. Steve Dresner. W T o p Sports Alrighty Thank you, Steve. It is a beautiful day out there. What lies ahead for the work week? We'll have the answer coming up. It's two fifties. No 2 47. We made us a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexible. Ability to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day to finishing her latest, do it yourself project. So when another car accidentally bumped into hers while she was running inherent, Kate didn't let a little fender Bender put a dent in her schedule with just a few taps on our.
"bill center" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Thing about autistic students can hand just gave him a paintbrush. The shit out of the space. That no i still see him in their up the thing about autistic children a lot of times when they miscues they can. It's really subtle. They don't they don't read cues and they get lonely and then they're alone and they don't know why it's fine. I i was at a birthday party. Kid's birthday party. Tigers friends and talking the dad and he goes i go you know. Everyone's you started this preschool. And then everyone goes their own way. They're different schools in california tonight. Nightmare apply to schools. Like in the colleges. And so i go. Where's she gone. He goes oh she got into this school will. That school is like the x. men mutant school. all the kids are genius literally begins school. You have to have certain. Iq i go damn she. She got daikyo death ios yup one sixty two iq and house kissing elon. Musk one fifty five or something. Like one sixty is. Yeah you holy shit. I'd be stoked he goes stoked becomes with a different set of problems. What do you mean he goes will like her. Social skills aren't great and then also she's so smart like it's tough to communicate with. Do you know what how old is she us on a different frequency house. He goes she expecting ideas. I don't think it's that because she's really good with their sister was like she's just moving at her. Mind that a million miles an hour so she just go with their signs early goes she started full sentences when she was one and then like we'll show her something like soccer something like that and she can get it down like that laker athleticism or download of like the. That's pretty get yeah. I think sports because she's tall athletic wa sports too. Yeah because they say that a lot of times when you see a kid is in college at fourteen it. Statistically it doesn't work out for them as smart as they are that what happens. They don't they don't know how to socialize and they don't learn those crucial skills. So what happens world. Yeah you ought to go into something. They a lot of times. They become hermits. They've done these studies on the smartest one guy who was speaking when he was six months. Old something crazy. He's the smartest guy they see stuff like that and he. He didn't know how to deal with people who said no. He just never learned that so he would just quit and run away and so he never actually even went to college. Because of there was a some kind of a weird click in the administration has fuck it and so he ended up just being hermit and then some of those geniuses come up with an app or some of them are gonna become millionaires. He ended the like. oh cool. i don't speak great to women. How horse horse And i'm gonna build programs. And i don't need to go get my dick sucked left and right because they have the bill gates was bill gates is a very strange apparently strange awesome the more. I read about keith brutal. Yeah he's to these extravagant parties at his house. All these women like or are you talking about the nerd who never got chits school. Yeah created fucking microsoft and all of a sudden. He's killing it and he can finally get women. Act i ask you this. Let me ask you this like if your girl stepped out on you with bill gates. Would you be that threatened. Would you be like babe. Bill center g six. That's fine jet southwest. Yeah but i'm gonna jump in this g six. i'm a flight seattle. I'll be back tonight. Send the helicopter like you can't compete but also be like is an extra seat for me because i'm not. I'm just not that impressed. You're not doing anything in bed. I think it's not going to ruin is not going to be like knocking the boots you say. He can't be great a bit. I look i.
"bill center" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"You don't talking about like that's a screw up. That's a screwed-up rule because the ball was in the air when the whistle was blown for foul. That wasn't actually a foul. The Celtics lose ended up winning the jump off but they still lost possession of it because of our officials error. Yeah. That was the screen there. That was silly. Yeah, which is ridiculous call was off. I don't understand how because the ball was in the air you blew the whistle at that point what Kemper did after the whistle passing? The ball is inconsequential? It doesn't matter that should be Celtics ball. That was a stupid stupid call my life my God, it's like so much that this was something and somebody pointed out. I think Rob's goaltend was not a goaltend. He picked that thing clean. I mean, he almost got it right off the glass but it wasn't off the glass. Oh, I hated that pie to the the almost black on Zion among all the others that he had. Yeah, that one that one was was whatever, you know Tatum we were off to get frustrated with his with his shot selection in the second half and then obviously hits those two two ones late there which was good, you know off On on Josh. How did he ever get those shots off on all defensive player Josh Hart. I mean, you know three blocks. Yo 10 rebounds. I know they went a little crazy about em on the broadcast, but that was the best I've ever seen him play that was crazy and he gives up inches on Tatum. I don't know how he had that performance. It is just on Tatum. I just dictating was making it Tatum made it a little easy on him by just too many contested twos, you know before those screenshots. I believe this often. I hate this offense. Oh, yeah. This was this was our worst nightmare wasn't it with Jaylin home was and I'm not going to say Fool's Gold, but that the the unsustainability of his early-season shooting as come back to rear its head in full where again, it's I mean, there's a reason why the percentages are what they are. The worst shot in basketball is a shot that these guys like taking the most and they take you more than anybody and we are you know, Celtics are the least efficient team when it's nice. To this near the bottom of the pack and points in the paint at the rim and three pointers are just live in this mids, you know, mid-range Zone and Jaylen again, you know after long shooting sixty something percent in the first month and half of the season on has completely cooled off and had another horrible horrible shooting game tonight. That's another argument for Rob in turn. Like that's a spot where the the backline can pull those guys back and allow Tatum and brown to get just a little bit closer there. Yeah. Yeah, you're not selling out up high and has a billing center tight, you know Tysons out at the three-point line. A lot of Thompson's not always an outlet for our pass underneath and he's a tough Target to hit with how his hands have been this year and you can catch up to.
Ali Ghodsi on The Past, Present, and Future of Big Data
"I'd love to start our conversation at the end. With what data bricks is today to level set for the audience. Exactly what you do what. Your focuses in what the business does for customers. Could you just walk us through as we sit here at the end of twenty twenty what the company looks like in the service or problem it solves for customers or seven year old company. We have about seventeen hundred employees and we help enterprises massive amounts of data and machine learning a and the data most enterprises. They've seen how silicon valley for tech companies have used data in a really strategic way to disrupt industries. They wanna do the same thing. But they don't have thousands of engineers that can help them build data apart from custom for their use case. We've built out and we enable them to do that. I would love to go all the way back into retell the history of distributed computing because everybody will have heard the term big data. This was a really popular term. Five seven years ago and i think that concept that term. The fact that he was being talked about in normal business circles was the result of progress in the world of distributed compute and storage. I'd love you to rewind however far back you'd think is appropriate to go. Maybe it's back to the two thousand six yahoo days tell the modern history of distributing computing. What it means and why so interesting and important. I think what happened. Is that around two thousands. We hit this wall because moore's wall in figure out how to make computers faster so everything started moving into these data centers new computer and it was a new data center in this data centers. Where you had under the thousands of genes people started collecting more and more data and the reason for this with multiple one was the price of storage kept going on so he became cheaper and cheaper to store all this massive amounts of data and no one wanted to throw it away and they heard there were some more that companies like we will have gone a lot of value out of data so they wanted to do the same thing secondly more and more people were connected on the thirties sites that had millions of users attached to it that were coming visiting decides those this aspiration that collect all the data. Maybe we can do great things with it. I think around two thousand and five doesn't six people still gonna know before. Take his new. They had typically an ad business the reflecting date other optimizing how to show ads the people the residents prices didn't really know what to do with it so this big data revolution sort of entered its first phase which is let's collect data on their amazing things we can do at once we get there. It's cheap wanna do it. So that's kind of what started on that time and people started collecting these things into data lakes. Massive massive data sets back then the measurement of success was. How much data do you have. We are very accessible. One pedal bike to data are where even more data go. They don't like has grown from one. Part of this is amazing. So i kind of the first dinner. What exactly was going on almost down to the hardware that was revolutionary. Back in the early to mid two thousand. That made some of this possible so people are used to having their own data on their own computer of rinse familiar with the term cloud. But i think early on everyone would think of clouds someone else's computer a computer somewhere else not under my desk somewhere else. What literally was happening from the hardware or software standpoint in the early to mid two thousands to make some of this possible in early two thousand. You would buy a big supercomputer as a lot of problems. In fact i remember berkeley. Who is the twitter and boever gay. Just they have one giant machine with process all the tweets. I don't remember how much memory but it was some gigantic amounts while. How did you get machine without much memories. That was the way it would get very expensive. Super-computer it would do all your competitions for you but as hit this moore's wall and it couldn't scale these computers are onto ninety five. The cpu speed stagnant computers. Getting faster and more computers are basically being three gigahertz since system. So that's kind of started meeting. We probably have to distribute. Our needs are not going on on the data. We have is not going down. The number beating processing capacity we need is just increasing exponential. We probably need more machines. So that's when. I started distributing ounce into data centers it soon became infeasible for every organization to manage thousands of thousands of machines on their own on prime so the cloud revolution kind of off said. Hey this is a utility. Why don't we manage august thousands of chance for you in the cloud. You can just use them. This also accelerate thinks 'cause now anyone could pretty much would credit cards start reading thousands of machines. This new computer in the cloud started storing things on very cheaply and get started. What was the harder. Challenge back then between hardware and the software needed to coordinate putting stuff into those systems and then accessing and pulling it out in a timely fashion what was the most innovation that happened to make that possible. Well actually if you think changed in the very early days the problem was there was so much data and the networks. Were not fast enough so in the cloud or whether your own bill center that you had the big innovation of map reduced the big thing. If you go back to a time was we have to move the computations close to the data you specify what you wanna do your data but then you had to sink all map produce which was really clever about. Let's move the code that runs on the state are closed today. Because there's so much data. We can't transferred over the network. We try to transfer it over to meth or the whole network will collapse. That was the name of the game back then and there was a lot of research on how to avoid. That turned up. You don't have need to do that anymore. Qc a little bit more about that. So i just wanna make sure i understand. So let's make the stupid simple. I've got a terabyte of data sitting somewhere on actual hardware and whatever it is. It's customer data or something. If i wanna do some sort of compute on top of that data run a query or produce some output. The network was the limiting factors. Just getting the data from there somewhere else to do. The computer was hard so some innovation was just do the compute and the same data center or something. Getting that right yeah. Let's take an example. Let's have data on how people have clicked on a website since you can't buy supercomputer anymore. You've probably distributed that over many machines. We have one hundred machines that drives and started on the horizon sheen's the the pedophile of how people have clicked on your website. But now you wanna compute something simple example. We just wanna see what's the average number of books on a particular link. Twenty years ago would be described the code the takes all those numbers in averages them and then go over all of the data sets but here to do that but would have to move all the data from these hundreds of machines through the machine. That's doing the competition. And i would just crashed in it. In fact we did that at uc berkeley. We were developing of spark. We crashed parts of networks. They called us up. What are you doing was transferring all this data from all these machines every other machine so that was name of the game in the early days. How do we avoid that. How do we actually move pieces of the competition. The average just while he's hundred machines let them compete at locally and send some kind of aggregates to you mentioned that originally that was a unique solve but then today. We no longer have to do it that way. So what's changed networking technology. Unlike some of us have just gone faster ambassador investor and they've also come up with dick needs is actually research that started at ups t they figured out how to configure the networks in his data centers in a way such that any two machines can completely at full speed communicate with each other. You can no longer collapsed and work with these heavy computations and in some sense these days the network has been completely merchandised. And it's no longer in your way so we no longer need to actually move the code close to the data and that's happened around. Two thousand nine doesn't ten eleven today. Virtually everyday center every public cloud provides. You really really fast networks. That just won't get in your way.
"bill center" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And while Kansas City's rush game run game look so much better than the bills, and they're weak six match up on the season, the chief's only averaged five more yards a game than the bills. It's not a Dramatic difference of which team has the better run game. Have you ever or would you ever go through a table? Uh, I have not. Um what? I ever sure I'm not gonna sad Everwood, uh, for the right donations of my foundation of buffalo or something. Of course. Get it out there. What's your foundation Air? Please tell us more before we let you go Tell me more. Yes, the Eric would fund under the ocean Children's Hospital up in Buffalo, New York, We assist um, families that have Children in the hospital. Um, either through chronic illness or Really disabled, So yeah, we could make this happen. We got we got time. Let's get this victory tomorrow night, And then we got a two week run way up to the Super Bowl and we could we could definitely put the table table bashing. On the line. Everybody heard it. You guys all heard it. It's all there. It's on the line for you. Check him out on Twitter. ATI would 70 great analysts both on the A C C networking, Obviously in the Bills radio. No, we're gonna be a lot of fun for him. Host a podcast has his website Eric would media dot com contribute to the front to the Wonderful Foundation. Eric We wish you well, enjoy the game tomorrow. We wish you well for all the buffalo. Hopefully, we'll talk to you again soon, buddy. Truly appreciate it. Can't have a great one. Go bills. You too. Thank you very much. Absolutely. Eric would joining us on the show. Former Bill Center current Bills analyst Ah, and for him again on Twitter at the Wood 70 very nice stuff from him. You know. Have you ever gone before we go to break if you ever gone through a table? No, I have not. I've gone through a table. Was that experience for you? It was a You know what? It was a hell of an experience. I don't think I'd do it again. I've actually been through a table more than once. And why'd you go through the table Haven't happened. I was not. And I was not in my drawer. I was I was in my cups. Should they say yes. Yes. Ah, I was a much younger man at the time that I've never had a tailgate setting. But, yeah, I've I've I've been through a table. Eric, would I'm telling you right now, make sure they give it the table before you go through it because that is a hard fall. 855 to 1 to four CBS. Great stuff from him coming up next I got. I got to get into some of the stuff for workers shoot and with Shawn Watson..
"bill center" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And while Kansas City's rush game run game looked so much better than the bills, and they're weak six match up on the season, the chief's only averaged five more yards a game than the bills. It's not a Dramatic difference of which team has the better run game. Have you ever or would you ever go through a table? Uh, I have not. Um, would I ever sure I'm not gonna sad Everwood for the right donations of my foundation of buffalo or something, of course. Get it out there. What's your foundation Air? Please tell us more before we let you go Tell me more. Yes, the airport fund under the ocean Children's Hospital up in Buffalo, New York. We assist Um families that have Children in the hospital, either through chronic illness or Really unstable so we could make this happen. We got we got time. Let's get this victory tomorrow night And then we got a two week run way up to the Super Bowl and we could we could definitely put the table table bashing. On the line. Everybody heard it. You guys all heard it. It's all there. It's on the line for you. Check him out on Twitter. ATI would 70 great analysts both on the A C C networking, Obviously in the Bills radio. No, we're gonna be a lot of fun for him. Host a podcast has his website Eric would media dot com contribute to the front to the Wonderful Foundation. Eric We wish you well, enjoy the game tomorrow. We wish you well for all the buffalo. Hopefully, we'll talk to you again soon, buddy. Truly appreciate it. Can't have a great one. Go bills. You too. Thank you very much. Absolutely. Eric would joining us on the show. Former Bill Center current Bills analyst in Fulham again on Twitter at the Wood 70 very nice stuff from him. You know. Have you ever gone before we go to break if you ever gone through a table? No, I have not. I've gone through a table. Was that experience for you? It was a You know what? It was a hell of an experience. I don't think I'd do it again. I've actually been through a table more than once. And why'd you go through the table Haven't happened. I was not. And I was not in my drawer. I was I was in my cups. Should they say yes. Yes. Ah, I was a much younger man at the time that I've never had a tailgate setting. But, yeah, I've I've I've been through a table. Eric, would I'm telling you right now, make sure they give up the table before you go through it because that is a hard fall. 855 to 1 to four CBS. Great stuff from him coming up next I got. I got to get into some of the stuff for workers shoot and with Shawn Watson. I think we're going a little crazy. I want.
"bill center" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With the Buffalo Bills take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the A F. C championship game. We get you set for the game starting at six Eastern three Pacific with Jamie and the guys on NFL today, the A F C championship game Sunday only On C B s one hour from now, John lead you're going to join us. Peter report will talk Bucks and Green Bay with him joining us right now on the hotline. Eric would former Bill Center current Bills radio analyst at the Wood 70 on Twitter. I tell you what, Eric, if I'm never got to speak to you before. You look like a million bucks in this abbey on Twitter. What is it? What? Before you and all these other linemen you got you got Nick Hardwick. Joe Thomas. Like you guys are killing the whole stereotype of once you retire. It just turned into a giant walrus like you guys all look like a million bucks here. How hard was it to keep the weight on when you were when you were playing NFL football. Is it now? Hard to keep the weight off for you? Well, I appreciate you saying that it's honored beyond what you can. It was definitely hard to keep the weight on this day at £310 when I was playing, but it's part of the job and you got to be big to play in the National Football League on the offensive line, and then Once my career ended it It definitely wasn't easy. The 1st 20 was pretty easy to lose. And then beyond that it was Nutrition and working out and everything that's not super fun. But once you get off now, now, it's a lot easier to maintain the weight loss Now. I mean, it hasn't been long since you're such your career ended. I mean, we're all the same age here. Eric would joining us on the show. Do you think Do you find that the position just offensive offensive line in general? Do you think that's changing too? Speed changing towards Mork. Quick, quick, quick motion, quickness and where it used to be. Maybe when you started what back in 2000 and 2009. Yeah, I think you're spot on there, and I think it guys we're getting quicker and more athletic on the offensive line, but I don't think they're getting any smaller. That makes sense. You know, you've got guys like Quinn Nelson, who's £330 and runs like a Deere, and he's Quick. I mean, those guys. It's becoming a lot more popular thing to play offensive line, especially as much of these guys getting paid. Maybe some of those defense event types are putting on £30. Or maybe that maybe more the tight ends or putting on £30 and getting paid that big time left half of money. I always joke with my buddy Carl Rudolph. When we're together in the summer, like do want you three more cheeseburgers Get up to £310. And what's Let's get that left tackle money. Quit join a good, solid show Pro Bowl Center for the bill's current analyst, fight him on Twitter at he would 70 okay so hot of the bills go about beating the Kansas City Chiefs tomorrow evening. I mean, honestly, I feel like it's gonna happen in this and well, I guess I am a homer highly played for one organization that still work from team. But with these teams face in week six this Buffalo Bill seem was a lot different than it is now. Their offense. Wasn't playing nearly like it is now. But Josh Allen was one week removed from a shoulder injury will call. It sure looked like a separated shoulder that he suffered against the Raiders, and then you combine that Sorry against the Titans, and then you combine that with the fact that they're out there starting tight end Dawson knock. They were out there starting corner lead by Wallace, Matt Milano. They're super talented linebacker who would have been used in coverage. Mainly on Travis. Kelsey was out for the game. You had ice bunker with his first start among the offense body had so many People out new faces that this is a totally different bills team and it's amazing Chamakh German in the first match up against the cheese, he basically was willing to bet that his old boss Andy Reid, could not run the ball could not be patient enough to run the ball enough times in the game and boy, was he wrong? The Chiefs had 46 rushes in the game at the tune of 5.3, a carry the Bills only had 50 plays. Altogether on offense. So the any reprove that you be patient Chamakh German mentioned this week throughout the week that their defense approach will be different This time. Last time they simply there the Chiefs to run the football and they did. They ran all over the Buffalo of defense and quite Edwards of Larry at 161 yards himself, so This time, the building would be more aggressive defensively. I think this offense is much better than it was in week six when these teams face and, um you know, like I honestly like the bills in this matchup. Eric would joining us on the show. How surprised were you last week when Brian Table came out, throwing as much as he was? I guess I can't be surprised anymore, You know Bills the Bills lead the league and four wide receiver said Who would ever thought that? You know, when I was there? We were still always saying, Hey, when January football comes the buffalo, which it finally did in 2021, January football comes the Buffalo. We're going to need to be able to run the football. The weather is going to dictate it..
"bill center" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Super Bowl 55 is the prize with the Buffalo Bills take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the F C championship game. We get you set for the game, starting at six Eastern three Pacific with Jamie and the guys on NFL today. The A F C championship game Sunday Only on C B s one hour from now, John lead You're going to join us. Peter report will talk bucks and Green Bay with him joining us right now. On the hotline. Eric would former Bill Center current Bills radio analyst at the Wood 70 on Twitter. I tell you what, Eric, if I'm never got to speak to you before. You look like a million bucks in this abbey on Twitter. What is it? What? Before you and all these other linemen you got you got Nick Hardwick. Joe Thomas Like you guys are killing the whole stereotype of once you retire. It just turned into a giant walrus like you guys all look like a million bucks here. How hard was it to keep the weight on when you were when you were playing NFL football Is that now? Hard to keep the weight off for you. Well, I appreciate you saying that it's honored beyond what you can do. It was definitely hard to keep the weight on this day at £310 when I was playing, but it's part of the job and you got to be big to play in the National Football League on the offensive line, and then Once my career ended it It definitely wasn't easy. The 1st 20 was pretty easy to lose. And then beyond that it was Nutrition and working out and everything that's not super fun. But once you get off now, now it's a lot easier to maintain the weight loss Now. I mean, it hasn't been long since you're such your career ended. I mean, we're all the same age here. Eric would joining us on the show. Do you think? Do you find that the position just offensive offensive line in general? Do you think that's changing too? Speed changing towards Mork. Quick, quick, quick motion, quickness and where it used to be. Maybe when you started what back in 2000 and 2009. Yeah, I think you're spot on there, and I think it guys we're getting quicker and more athletic on the offensive line, but I don't think they're getting any smaller. That makes sense. You know, you've got guys like Quinn Nelson, who's £330 and runs like a Deere, and he's quick. I mean, those guys. It's becoming a lot more popular thing to play offensive line, especially as much of these guys getting paid. Maybe some of those defense event types Putting on £30. Or maybe that maybe more the tight ends or putting on £30 and getting paid that big time left half of money. I always joke with my buddy Carl Rudolph when we're together in the summer like He wants you three more cheeseburgers to get up to £310 and let's let's get that left tackle money, quit joining US Solvent Show Pro Bowl Center for the bill's current analyst final on Twitter at he would 70 okay so hot of the Bills go about beating the Kansas City Chiefs tomorrow evening. I mean, honestly, I feel like it's gonna happen in this and well, I guess I am a homer highly played for one organization that still work from team. But, um, with these teams face in week six. This Buffalo Bill's team was a lot different than it is now. Their offense. Wasn't playing nearly like it is now. But Josh Allen was one week removed from a shoulder injury will call. It sure looked like a separated shoulder that he suffered against the Raiders, and then you combine that Sorry against the Titans, and then you combine that with the fact that they were out there, starting tight end Dawson knocks. They were out there. Starting corner. Levi Wallace, Matt Milano. They're super talented linebacker who would have been used in coverage mainly on Travis. Kelsey was out for the game. You had ice bunker with his first start. Along the offensive body had so many People out new faces that this is a totally different bills team and it's amazing Chamakh German in the first match up against the cheese, he basically was willing to bet that his old boss Andy Reid, could not run the ball could not be patient enough to run the ball enough times in the game. And boy, Was he wrong? The Chiefs had 46 rushes in the game at the tune of 5.3 carry the Bills only had 50 plays altogether on offense. So the anti reprove that you be patient Chamakh German mentioned this week throughout the week that their defense approach will be different This time. Last time they simply dare the chiefs to run the football and they did. They ran all over the bubble of defense and Clyde Edwards and Larry had 161 yards himself. So this time the bill's gonna be more aggressive defensively. I think this offense is much better than it was. In week six when these teams faced and, um you know, I like I honestly like the bills in this matchup. Eric would joining us on the show. How surprised were you last week when Brian Table came out, throwing as much as he was? I guess I can't be surprised anymore. You know the bills The Bills lead the league and four wide receiver said Who would ever thought that? You know, when I was there? We were still always saying, Hey, when January football comes the buffalo, which it finally did in 2021, January football comes the buffalo We're going to need To be able to run the football. The weather is going to dictate it. So we're gonna build our team based upon a strong run game in a good defense while this year Brian Day, Ball said, Look, I don't care what the conditions are. We're gonna still do what we do. The Bills didn't have a designed run play until midway through the second quarter yesterday last week. It's unbelievable. But John what in the reason he's able to do? That is because Josh Allen this year has gotten a, uh, completion percentage goes from last night League to fourth and league. But a big reason of that is because Josh is willing to take what the defense is giving him and so there's not It's not all shot plays down the field over and over. Josh is doing a great job of Hey, it's off coverage. Okay, We're gonna throw a three yard hits here. Maybe the receiver gets a few yards himself. Well, that's it extended hand off. That's pretty much a run play. The swing passes these foot plays off the Jets. We've those air pass plays, but they're almost extended hand off. I want to ask you about Ryan table, Eric because I've had to go through. A couple of different feelings with him over these last couple of years with the Buffalo Bills, and I'll tell you why..
"bill center" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Odd Racer radio. Well, Britney of Done it again. You brought in another car home Speedway legend. Yeah. Mr Ron Isa, who was just such a star out there, and I know I don't have to ask you ride, but I know you miss that track just about as much as anybody else, right? Oh, definitely miss that Cone Speedway, and it's really sad. One time I had a friend of mine, driving up over it with a helicopter. Still seeing still see the figure eight and try. I was flying in from a press event coming in from Arizona and and look, there's parents still there. I was just rather weeds or like a different color, but they're single. They're weird. That's just like a home, saying I'm not gone and that no, and it probably elicits a specific memory for any and everybody who sees that. So how many years did you race out there? Was often on down up there. I started. I was old enough to racer. So I started in 1971 in l A. And I ran a couple of seasons up there, Right. So then I got Ricky here and 73. But I already had two seasons under my belt. So that listen, really, But you didn't tell anybody. No, we didn't tell anyone and then In 78. I won the championship out there. In what division so people in the outcomes it was outcome. Stock Car Racing Association is right. Oh, on and then I went off and ran. Some NASCAR stuff. I won the championship 1986 for the masks. First ask ourselves was to race 70 or 83. I had got rookie of the year in the NASCAR Winston West and run with John born Eamon and those guys and That it just didn't have quite enough money to run compete in that division. So I had a sponsor McDonald's in the riverside that had four franchises there, and he helped me race Riverside when they closed that tracked down Lost the sponsorship. There wasn't Riverside. I never got to actually drive Riverside. I was a crew chief for Ah. See production sports car. I love that track and I love to watch it on TV. I mean, if your respect tater track that was a great track, but to have the the honor to drive it, I mean, has to be huge. Yeah, actually won the last NASCAR Saturday's race at Riverside Rescue. Wallace won the big boy race, but I actually got the race with the big boys several times at Riverside and And I got a chance to go down Australia in 1990 0. Did you 88 89 93 times I got to go down there. And, uh, there was funny. A In Facebook now, like Mike Hagerman used to race with him all time out there cone and he goes bad and realize you ran so many places because I've post the different stuff on there. Well, we didn't have social media back in the day nobody and everything had to either be word of mouth. Bill centers. If he would write about racing. It was kind of rare on and I have to tell you I was on K you aside the other day and hacks off Hamilton was talking about Jimmy Johnson his last season and kept talking and kept talking and kept talking, I'll said He goes on to something else. And what about Sheldon? Creed? I mean, Sheldon Cree just won the 2020 gander truck series out of Alpine. If you say so, Yes. Oh, San Diego's never really was one toe. I mean, even Jimmy Johnson. He didn't get a lot of attention right here in town, but the history that you've got, you're going to say no, but I'm gonna talk to your wife. But I'm gonna bring you in again for a whole hour. So that so that week, Because if we get all of this down on tape is priceless because you're not gonna write a book. No see told you unless you dictate toe Britney. Yeah, right. Little Miss School teacher over here. But and it's fun to talk about days gone by. I'd love to do it Our show another one with born Inman and you I would like to have gotten over men in, but unfortunately he passed away. And some of the other key drivers, you know, from back to the day I think I did a show One time. I think you were on it where I got a Who's who was the one the wild guy that was always kind of a hothead. I mean, besides born woman, Yeah. Besides morning, man, what was his name? Ah, Hopefully, if I go to break I remember he was I want to say he was like Italian. Tambor rally temporarily came to you. Is that not another? You know, everybody says you're not putting all those guys together, are you? Oh, yeah. I was just doing a radio show Well, turned out to be really good. I think you run it if I'm not mistaken. Yeah. Um, Also, it's I'm kind of humble about the racing, but it was I was back watching or was walking through the Richard Childress Museum. And this girl recognizing me. She's to be on the crew and I was back to running some stuff for Betty Anne 10 and she goes man. You used ice to root for you and you know what? I know Chocolate. Myers likes you a lot. He's doing a radio show right now. And he says I just a minute and then he grabbed, missus. Well, in 2020 minutes, we're gonna be on the radio show you our kid with chocolate. Yeah, And I still really and I go. I'm here What they've read. And Dave Reid, you know, has won a couple championships when the Southwest tour with Craig Rodman, We're just kind of down here hanging out and he goes. Oh, well, bring him on to. So we were there, and we talked for chocolate brought up stuff that I completely forgot about way. Just had a great time back there talking about By NASCAR days. There are a lot of people here didn't even know about it. But now there is another good reason why I need to bring you back because and it's it's kind of like you. I like watching his show, and I like to watch Dale Earnhardt junior show. Did you get the true history of motor sports, and a lot of people don't know that you know that I'll remember what you guys had to do it. Especially that I'll use Cologne Speedway is a is a perfect example. It was your typical grassroots down to earth with an announcer with Tom. A graph that knew you your family. How much money you owe.
Cyber Power Index highlighting Australian Governments gaps in cyber capability
"Like any INFO Technology Sector security has plenty of indexes flooding around or get. Indexes collided by vendors and people trying to sell things to us I thought this for Senate index was. Useful because it doesn't come from I accompany product. It say independent academic attempt to benchmark Com, sub security capability and intent from nation sites It appealed to make per couple of reasons may not have had A to do with Bill Center in the past spend a little bit of Thanh. Talking to their academics in previous roles and particularly locked the way that This report sets metrics that up designed to objectively major subsidy maturity in nations So it says what are the kind of things that we could judge the intent of a nation in the obscurity spice and one of the kind of things that we could use to objectively major capability. And it tells an interesting story in Australia Australia's categorized in the higher intent, low capability quadrant and the reason for that is because when the the objective metrics this reporter applied to the statements made by by government ministers by government departments, entities about what our intent is. Assab security spice. Where about the most ambitious nation in the world for ask security attend? But. Then when you look at what our actual capabilities against that intent on again measured in a series of objective metrics. We fold anti sixteenth in that space. So, FA May that told a pretty familiar story because this over promising on delivering stories. One that I think is familiar to a lot of. People in the Strand security sector. In the context of these trying government's actions since the twenty six, Day sub, security strategy. A lot of announcement to be my bet when you follow up way those announcements. In the years after that have been made you say less deleted then was announced to the media. Will what's on the industry? Kodak in the two thousand, sixteen strategy that was undefended at least out of the Prime Minister's office. This one is looking out at a ten years. The two thousand twenty strategy is looking at at the ten year timeframe. And proposing one point six, billion, dollar funding. Backdrop, but a lot of that is going into law enforcement and as you say might be into that capability. What's your take on the strategy itself? Overall as you say, it's it's another announcement is on the strategy whether it's not as another thing but certainly yet your thoughts on the strategy itself and where maybe else we could have been in twenty twenty from the twenty six danes strategies. Have you have you seen that the two thousand twenty strategy's building on the twenty, sixteen or? Taking a completely new direction. While the that, you can certainly say the why the two thousand twenty strategy is reaction to experience the twenty six strategy That the twenty sixteen subsequently strategy had a very large number of of objectives and Nisha announced under it. I think the government found the experience of trying to implement those very large number projected initiatives again, adopted under outcome Tambo's prime ministership around the breathing bruising exercise because the twenty twenty strategy dramatically rationalize is temptation I'm say that the broad spread of of initiatives and objectives under the strategy a kind of a toddler. Your decide that the Gospel confessed about ninety percent of the funding. Associated with these twenty twenty strategy he's allocated to security agencies So it goes into building. Capabilities with particularly the is day but also other security agencies on. Enforcement agencies like the the I pay, and that's well and good We have I think outstanding internationally recognized capabilities within is. and this is the conduct that you have to keep investing in order to. Maintain those capabilities in my time that that international ranking. Suppose big Criticism that that libraries had is one that we've been exploring for at the loss twelve months and that's really When you look at security policy to strike the problem is the ability to project those capabilities out of the silos of how defense and security agencies. To the problems in Australia Com in terms of lifting a bench, mock the baseline up security security. Brazil and Sada resilience across the Australian government trying economy You know there's a lot of examples of that. Wall is day is absolutely world standard. Saab resiliency combined entities is as at the government's own description reminding at relatively low levels. you know the is days top full became mandatory in the. Seventies ago now. had a slew of a straight national ordered office inquiry since then. when you type them all up on like twenty nine percent of Kamal entities compliant with all the top four. Seven years after theoretically became mandatory say interesting. Is Connect between very high capability. Inside Is Day lower levels of saga resilience and more broadly throughout government not to sign story that we see in the corporate sector unites now at banks and Al. Telcos, absolately will class intends to their sub security posture. But you only have to sort of take one stiff through the down. In the I six navy top fifty. And you start seeing. Very, different levels of resilience.