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"terrar" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

Darknet Diaries

11:47 min | 6 months ago

"terrar" Discussed on Darknet Diaries

"Need a badge just to open the front door and then another badge to get through this gate to get into the building and all I'm doing is thinking. Oh my God like boy f why they need the tack to get our. I'M GONNA approach a security the security guards that And if they needs to out on kind of screwed right so I'm trying to put on a brave face. I talk this exit and thankfully it's just an infrared been detective someone's there and it just opens the gate and through and just okay on radio. Hope that I'm GonNa make it between like these security gates in the door which is like thirty feet but if someone is going to stop me any point it's going to be now and I just pushed the door open. Walk out onto the street and then run away like say. This is always running into new in social engineering. Nice he did it. He accomplish the objective which was just to get into the building not only that he got into two buildings implanted a raspberry Pi for further exploitation leader now. Fc likes to try to dress like the people who are supposed to be in that building and this way he can blend in better and looks like he belongs. So I always dressed. How my target? Woody is right so a broken the first time the beginning of the week into this building looking exactly the same as everyone else and no one repave any mind. Right side breakout went back the next day slightly dressed down again. No one inspired me so by light the third or fourth time I was dressing in complete slope right so I had like really ripped jeans was still wearing a baseball cap. I had like a fake tattoos. Leave on T. shirt like with the logo on it. All the stuff that they they shouldn't be allowed to wear in this building and but he was still paying attention. So part of my job is like take photographs of like evidence of where of not right. So I'm thinking okay. I need to step this up so I gave back down to reception and I'm not hey I'm I got my my Jackie. It's upstairs. I need to get something out. Mccaw can can you let me back in when when come back? They're like yeah. Sure no problem. And so we got my car and I get a massive s la camera right with a huge lens on it and I come back. In and desertion is funneling. Let me back into the building because she assumes that right so I won't pass onto the I think it's the finance. Hr floor quite restrictive. For I don't know how much can I push this so I stand on a chair right? Which is not normal office behavior. At least new offices I worked Has Done done chair and I start taking photos with this. Massive camera of like unlit desktops and all sorts of security issues right when all sudden. This woman appears from our no way. Excuse me Sir. Great someone's finally spoiled me and he's going to ask what the Hell I'm doing that right. Excuse me Sir. I'm going to be in a magazine kind of let me just carry on taking it. It's bizarre what you can get away with. By the time the assessment was over freaky clown had gained access to all three buildings and had poked around on every floor of each of them while the front door and exterior looked impenetrable. He still found numerous ways in which allowed him to build a report for his client. Who was happy to see. All the ways they can improve security obviously had taken this very seriously so they wanted to make it better over time. Fc has done many more penetration tests and physical assessments and one thing he keeps getting jobs. Doing is breaking into banks so at one point. I was Breaking to eight high street banks a week. Right this is how many doing at one point So we working down the country to release banks and one of the area. Managers didn't understand the test old point of the test and he thought we were there to really show him up so what he did was he called vs branches and told them that we becoming in which is big nights. I are up to this This high re bank and I'm so ushered to one side which is build a story the up given them right. Which I'm not going to give you because that would get you access into basically any bank right. So I get to decide McKenna's Abi Aad at ten minutes past twenty minutes go past and I'm like Oh man this is. This is not a right sudden. Blue flashing lights appear of rare armed response coming to the bank and it may be done So I had to explain to them. What my role was when job was and I was there. Really trying to rob the bank but not really as a criminal Which is always an interesting conversation to have with police. Now when social engineering gets caught typically try to figure out a way out of the situation to lie or make up a story just to get out of it but since the actual police were involved he knew he had to come clean with why he was there and so this is a couple of fails in this one. The client telling telling the Bronx I was coming to the branch massively panicked. There's a whole set of policies and procedures that they should go through if they think under attack like this. What they did was they sick and been aid. Most of them went straight according to police. And the interesting thing there is if they charged with Wasting police time and you can only have about three to five of those per year before you get blacklisted. So if they had any more of those than they're not going to get on response that quickly right because it's going to be the police be like well they wasting our time. It's ridiculous rule but it does happen So they they really messed up without one really badly but the interesting thing Mary's I have a letter explaining who I am. I'm there to do and I have authorisation Cetera but This is one of the very few times I've ever had to produce it. But the thing is I'm always carrying two and the second one is actually a fake and so that fake one has the same information but with numbers that relate to colleagues right so when the branch manager phoned up there actually finding a friend of mine and he's a Nanna he should definitely be that because we testing that procedure as well like doing everything is written on the light which says phone them using your internal systems. Don't use the numbers here. And if they're not foreing that s another fail for them beyond. The police are involved. You just don't want to play games with them. So he had to come clean on everything and they called all the people who he said gave him permission to do this and found that everything was legit so they let him go. But freaky clown doesn't always go on site to terrar- banks. Sometimes he can just rub them through. The Internet gaming is pre even easier than physical assessments right. Because you can. You can hit anywhere on that the environment to gain right. There's a loads of flaws that you can take advantage of where like what are some of those flaws so a lot cross site scripting log secret injection bad Bad configurations all network defenses Using some interesting techniques where he kind of blend the physical and digital side. So sometimes what we've done in the past is trade physical device Breaking the Bank itself that physical device and then use that to gain access in and this becomes prior to the whole core of I is. It's like if you don't have physical so it then it doesn't really matter how good your defenses are digitally move. Just use the physical bit to get past. Go by So yeah there's a ton of techniques that a law contest is used for getting into sites but because it's a bank doesn't make it any better to be honest you know the the generally a little bit more lax in some areas because of their so huge. They can't always update everything they need to do. While he's hacking networks over the Internet. He's sometimes able to fill his bank account with money. Yes so one of the. I love to show to two kids when we're doing a lot of outreach and I'm talking about how we have we banks and how we do all these fancy things is. I showed them a picture. I took some years a an ATM of my calves. After doing one of these assessments. Any what it does is it. Shows a picture of by five or six different accounts and in each one is more than a million pounds that we've taken out or we have to give the money back. Paul the ethics of it and be shows that once you're into those systems you can very easily transfer out money to where we need to An a lot of the defenses that banks use are very complicated because they have people that know how to transfer money right bulk money and they have people that know the Computer Systems. But they have this. We'd separation where they go. Okay the people that know. How transfer the money don't understand the technicalities that they need to circumvent? And the people that know how to circumvent the technicalities don't know how the money sending process works. So we kind of okay with that I am but when you get a an ethical hacker that comes in that knows a bit of both then that's when all sorts of trouble can happen and then you can literally just siphon out millions of pounds out of the bank systems into other accounts after hearing this. I think most companies aren't ready for a skilled social engineer to break into the building to try to steal real assets. Like this office. Workers get a yearly security training. Where they teach you how to spot phishing emails. But I don't think it teaches you how to handle a fishing call or person asking you to open door for them because they forgot their keys in their jacket upstairs. We want to be nice and helpful to others and often we are. It's often said that the human is the weakest link. Insecurity and scammers and criminals can manipulate people to carry out attacks. A lot easier than manipulating computer. But what's also true is. The human is often the strongest link to with the right set of eyes and well trained. Staff can drastically reduce the vulnerabilities in the office. There are troves of stories about how one person ruined entire plan for some hackers. Like for instance. When a hacking group broke into a bank attempted to transfer money to their accounts it was a human who saw that transfer was a little odd and decided to flag it to be followed up on and sure enough. It was not an authorized transfer. And there's one person stopped this cyberattack which took months of planning and preparation so I think if you want to have a secure environment it really needs to be the job of everyone in the office to help keep things secure starting with the CEO or president and working its way all the way down to the nightly cleaning crew with proper training and education. The human can be the strongest defense to cyber threats and in fact a lot of times. It's our only hope.

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"terrar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"terrar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Sounded like they were having a good old time where John Young Charles Duke on the Apollo Sixteen landing mission on this date in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. I remember reading this bulletin on the Radio President of South Vietnam Young Teen Fleas Saigon. On this date in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty five as you unlock. The last South Vietnamese outpost blocking direct North Vietnamese assault on Saigon fell. It was on this date in one thousand nine hundred nine in Beijing. Around one hundred thousand students gathered in Tiananmen Square to commemorate Chinese reform leader. Who Yaobang a scary moment in Pittsburgh as Ritz pitcher Salman Torres accidentally? Hit the cub. Sammy Sosa on the head. With a fastball. He's back up and throwing now. Sme TERRAR- Sosa gets hit in the head now. The fastball broke banning helmet but fortunately Sosa came away relatively unscathed the Bush administration on this date in two thousand six call for Russia and Europe to penalize Iran over its suspected nuclear arms program if no agreement on sanctions can be reached soon at the UN Security Council. Iranians have put both feet on the accelerator. They're moving very quickly to establish new realities on the ground associated with their nuclear program. Under Secretary of State Robert Jokes up and it was on this date. Six years ago Flint Michigan switched. Its water source to the Flint. River beginning the ongoing flint water crisis which caused lead poisoning in up to twelve thousand people and fifteen deaths from Legionnaire's disease ultimately leading to criminal indictments against fifteen people. Five of whom were charged with involuntary manslaughter. Passing away on this date in history. Mark Twain Gumbo marks the fifth marks that we never hear much about British workless. Sandy Denny actor Walter Sleigh Zach Jimmy the Greek Buddy. Rogers the actor and musician not the wrestler. A singer Neal Matthews Junior Nina Simone Charles Colson prince and Verne. Troyer you remember him from the Austin powers movies. The little mini me a more on this date in history actor Anthony Quinn singer Don Cornell singer. Paul Davis Queen. Elizabeth is ninety four today. Actress comedian. Elaine may is eighty eight you remember her with Nichols and May Charles. Grodin is eighty-five evangelist. James Dobson Eighty iggy pop of the stooges seventy-three Tony Danza. Sixty-nine from groundhog day ending McDowell is sixty two from CNN and Headline News Robin. Meade fifty one Nicole Sullivan a mad. Tv is fifty and from the tomorrow people and Flash Robbie MFL is thirty two though some of the people celebrating the twenty first day of April is their birthday. And if this is your birthday you go back sixty three years April twenty first. Nineteen fifty seven. Suspense chickenfeed starring. Lloyd bridges. That's up in three minutes here on a Tuesday edition of Classic Radio.

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"terrar" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"terrar" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Do think it's important that people have sort of credible information and you're speaking to people not just to the public. But also to policymakers for what it's worth. I'm a little bit more optimistic this week than I was last week in terms of the seriousness. With which this is being taken especially inside government based on a number of personal discussions and some secondhand discussions so I guess that's the thing I'm personally most optimistic about I mean. There are some people on the federal side. Who definitely been doing this? And then people like Deborah burks have been good and Tony of course is always great Brett. Terrar- is not a household name but he's assistant secretary of Health and was with us for a while here in Texas and he's been the one. The scientist finally ramp up the testing. And he's been doing that. I think we're doing a great job to me. I think the profile Governor Cuomo's had is the one that really woke us up and who got on has been getting on there every day. Saying what the Hell's going on where my respirators? Where my bed's these are the projections? These are what we're going to need. This is what's going to happen to our hospitals and being overrun. So I give a lot of courage. Points to the governor of New York on that front will thank you very much. I WanNa let you get back to work and I know we'll be in touch again soon. We'll pick it up then. I think what impresses me about our discussion. Today is how different it was compared to a week ago and shows you how quickly this thing is moving and so always happy to do this again. Some point we'll see how this thing continues to change. Because I said it last week I'll say it again this week. The stuff were saying today may look totally ridiculous in a few days or a week because this thing is moving so fast. These virus pandemics emerging threats. Set you up to make you look bad and they do that with our federal leaders or state leaders and even doctors and scientists are gone. Tv So do continue to need to refresh. Yeah I hope they make us look bad by saying we over. Responded than we under responded. I'll say amen to that all right. Good Night Peter. Thanks again all the best. Thank you for listening to this week's episode of the drive if you're interested in diving deeper into any topics we discuss. We've created a membership program that allows us to bring you more. Indepth exclusive content without relying on paid ads. It's our goal to ensure members. Get back much. More than the price this attrition at that end membership benefits include a bunch of things. One totally kick ass comprehensive podcast show notes the detail every topic paper person thing. We discussed each episode. The word on the street is nobody's shown. I was rival. These monthly ama episodes or asked me anything episodes hearings episodes completely to our private podcast. That allows you hear everything without having to listen to feels like this. The qualities jurist super short. Podcast typically less than five minutes that we released every Tuesday through Friday highlighting the best questions topics tactics discussed on previous episodes of the drive. This is a great way to catch up on previous episodes without having to go back and necessarily listen to everyone steep discounts on products that I believe in but for which. I'm not getting paid to endorse a whole bunch of other benefits. That we continue to trickle in as time goes on if you WANNA learn more and access these member only benefits you can head over to Peter Attiyah. Md DOT COM forward slash subscribe. You can find me on twitter. Instagram facebook all with the. Id Peter Attiyah md. You can also leave us a review on Apple podcast or whatever podcast player. You listen on.

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"terrar" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"terrar" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim

"So she does a foia request, which is how you get the freedom of information act, request on her family to try to, you know, make this movie and she's denied and denied until she gets to the point where they finally say that they have thirty three thousand pages of documents that have her family's names in it, and you're just like what's at the surface level. The movie can have is about her going about this very legal process of getting the foia paperwork from the government. But it also is so much about how we have this quote, paranoia of the government, watching us in her dissection in this movie. It's actually fat like she's able to document that the government is actually watching us, absolutely. And it was very scary. But it was also just beautifully in a highly recommend everyone to go, watch it, it, you can't watch it this weekend in the theater. I think it's an LA for a limited run. It should be on PBS this fall. So just keep an eye out. Mentioned on the podcast before it comes out. But I see a great job. Awesome. I can't wait to see it. I can't wait for you to watch it too. I wanna talk to you about it after tonight tonight. That's a good idea, Mike. Good Muslim award goes to fuck D'amoto, Kamara a young black Muslim woman who was tacked in the Bronx by some teenagers while she was on a bus they followed her as she got off the boss and one snatched, her purse from her one attacked her and broke her nose. They also pulled off her head jab so lots of violence there. And of course, the NYPD's response to this was that. There was no evidence of this happening lies. So the reason that I want to give us a word to Tamata is because she went and investigated this herself. So she like Asiya been Dowie went looking to find out, whether you know, this all happened in her head, or it was actually. Yeah. And she just basically approached the vendors who had cameras, right because we have cameras. Yeah. By the bus stop. And so, yeah, two of them gave her their footage amazing. And she forwarded that to NYPD, which had, you know, their response was, oh, we hadn't previously been aware of this. That's what investigating is. You're supposed to go. Find out but of course like shade cheated their job for them, which is like, basically, like an entire poem about black womanhood in America thing. Yeah. And they ended up moving forward with the investigation, so. Get caught. I not sure I know that there's a rally or there was a rally in, in the Bronx to support her feel like she should use the same lawyer dean used. Yeah. My sue that my PD L. Yeah. I agree. NYPD has obviously not done their here. Absolutely irresponsible point where. Yeah. I mean it's like purposeful. Right. Yeah. Like you just basically erase everyone's experiences or you say that there were lying. Or do you do know, labor to actually protect or to serve, so? Well, good on thought to Mata I mean sad, this happened to her, but I'm so proud of her for doing this work to protect yourself. Same here, very worthy of goodness. Moored absolutely nothing ever show, part chant is in thank you so much for being here. Rhonda, thank you to have you. It was really show. Yeah. Where can people find you? You can find me at Rhonda terrar- everywhere. And. Graham Twitter, Facebook. I'm not really on his much, but Renoir dot com. You can also go to the beautiful internet and plug in my name, and a lot of stuff comes up that is haram. Yeah. So. And you have a book coming out soon, I have a book coming out next year with catapult. It is a book of nonfiction. It's called love is an ex country. Love it. Love the title to read it. I'm such a fan of yours, as you obviously know, and so excited heavy on our show. Thank you. I'm excited to be here and to just be friends and be able to hang out and be bad as Muslim women together, and we definitely misses ARA. Rocking up in the bay. But I feel like you were a good replacement..

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"terrar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"terrar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Samantha Josephson had her bought mitzvah. Her family is returning today under much different circumstances today. They don't know and can't contemplate how they think of the future set Josephson says his cousin's death will leave a hole in the heart of their family forever. But they don't want her death to be in vain families. Message that it hopes people young adult for certain take from this senseless killing other wonderful girl that the rideshare community Uber and lift learn from this and take ownership of the fortune made by their customers. They want to see more education more stringent laws put into place for drivers to better identify themselves. And for riders to double check before they get in either of those things might have saved Josephson's life. She was twenty one years old the alleged driver is in custody in west Windsor. Steve burns, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight the FDA wise backtracking on plans to cut the number of firefighters on fire engines, here's Mike melts for firefighters association. President terrar- FitzGerald sums up his discussions with the administration so far points that that I was pretty much have been aware of and just don't agree with city officials in the FDA are looking at cutting what's called the fifth man on fire engines to an extra firefighter for about twenty engines across the. The city that union boss. Fitzgerald says is crucial and operates as a manpower pool. If one person goes sick or gets hurt during the course of a tour. That means a ladder company will be will be responding with less than a full assignment of firefighters on that Rick and that makes it dangerous. The city wants the firefighters union to get its members to cut back on the amount of medical leave. They take a big money trainer. Something the union says they can't do for now the fifth man on engines won't be cut. But that could change depending on whether the two sides can come to a deal at USA headquarters. Mike shmelts abuse CBS, News Radio eight eighty it's nine seven charges leveled against the man who's drone struck a cop and the hat. Yesterday's funeral for a Brooklyn rabbi that's coming up in three minutes descriptions are on sale now for the next thought provoking season of the New Jersey speakers series, presented by fairly.

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"terrar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"terrar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"NewsRadio. Eight eighty Rockland county man who flew a drone over yesterday's funeral service. For a rabbi in Brooklyn told police he was trying to safely land it on a rooftop on thirteenth avenue when it fell from the sky and hit aqap in the face, a judge charged. He'll Rosenfeld with assault and breakfast endangerment. The thirty six old from Muncie admitted he only had the drone for a week. He's free on his own reconnaissance the officers effort cuts bruises if you blocks away in borough park, another officer was injured what his leg was accidentally run over by the hearse as. A huge crowd surrounded the vehicle. Given pushback from the ranks over plans to cut the number of firefighters on some engines WCBS reporter, Mike smell to the F D N Y will hold the line for now for firefighters association. President terrar- FitzGerald sums up his discussions with the deposit administration. So far, they may points that that I was pretty much have been aware of and just don't agree with city officials in the FDA y are looking at cutting what's called the fifth man on fire engines to extra firefighter for about twenty engines across the city that union bosses Gerald says is crucial and operates as a manpower pool. If one person goes sick or gets hurt during the course of a toy. That means a ladder company. Will we will be responding with less than a full assignment of firefighters on that Rick and that makes it dangerous city wants the firefighters union to get its members to cut back on the amount of medical leave? They take a big money trainer. Something the union says they can't do for now the fifth man on engines won't be cut. But that could change depending on whether the two sides can come to a deal. And you headquarters Mike shmelts debut CBS, NewsRadio eighty it's eight oh seven on WCBS in search of a big rig hit and run driver. That's coming up in three minutes. Hi,.

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"terrar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"terrar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Those gusting winds at seven twenty on WCBS. The city is backtracking on plans to cut the number of firefighters on some fire engines WCBS reporter, Mike shmelts with that story uniformed firefighters association. President terrar- FitzGerald sums up his discussions with the deposit administration. So far, they made points that I was pretty much have been aware of and just don't agree with city officials in the are looking at cutting what's called the fifth man on fire engines extra firefighter for about twenty inches across the city that union boss. Fitzgerald says is crucial and operates as a manpower pool. If one person goes sick gets hurt during the course of a tour. That means a ladder company will be will be responding with less than a full assignment of firefighters on that Rick and that makes it dangerous city was the firefighters union to get its members to cut back on the amount of medical leave. They take a big money trainer. Something the union. In says, they can't do for now the fifth man on engines won't be cut. But that could change depending on whether the two sides can come to a deal at you headquarters. Mike's melts CBS, News Radio eighty single use plastic bags are being banned in New York state. There's been talked to of imposing a small charge for the use of paper shopping bags, but that will not be happening in Nassau County as we hear from WCBS reporters. So feel hall no way. Not in Nassau County. Those words from presiding officer of the legislature, Richard nickel Lilla when talking about a possible. Five cent charge on every paper bag. Nisa county cost of living is high groceries expensive Eddie five cent tax on paper bags is simply nickel and diming people after the state banned plastic bags counties are given the option of charging five cents for every paper bag use at stores. Coverage people to use reusable bigs. But as far as the government compelling, a local businesses to to make people pay for bags. That's that's that's dead on arrival on Nassau County. Sophie, CBS, News Radio eighty now at seven twenty two. CBS I on Benham's presented by progressive insurance. Former army Jag officer Brian Kins now in attorney at the Philadelphia law firm cozinne O'Connor was recently introduced to Philadelphia veterans court mentor and marine corvette. Tim win by fellow Jag officer as wind sought to address a criminal conviction from years. Earlier hint now working pro Bono to help his fellow vets. He ca pardon. We have an obligation to album through those issues, and if they can successfully confront them in and get on the right track. There definitely good candidates for pardon. So that these things don't stick with them for the rest of their lives. Win was unanimously recommended for a pardon by the Pennsylvania board of pardons in a way to final decision by governor, Tom Wolfe. I'm Eric Dame from connecting vets dot com for CBS.

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"terrar" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"terrar" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"Some talents have a universal appeal. A good musical performance of beautiful painting, a functional and inspiring architectural design. These are things that almost everyone. Can appreciate other talents though, are a bit less. Mainstream base it at the edges and while the few people might find them interesting. The vast majority of the world is either disinterested. Unprepared or both in the case of one man. It might be easier to say that his skill was simply not their Cup of tea or slice of cake. But will you'll get the idea in a moment? The world had never seen someone quite like terrar-, and they certainly weren't ready for him. He was born in France in the seventeen hundreds and from the very beginning. Everyone could tell he was different. It wasn't an his looks or the way he spoke. It was how his stomach was kind of a bottomless pit. By the time. He was a teenager. He could easily eat his weights in beef each day and somehow never gained pound his mouth could stretch wider than average and people who knew him at the time described his figure as of all things skinny however his appetite was so grand his family couldn't afford to feed him that meant that. They couldn't afford to keep him either. And just like that terrar- was on his own. He didn't starve though to be honest. It wasn't a challenge for someone with a talent for stuffiness face to find work as a sideshow act you fell in with a group of street performers who kept him fed and quickly exploited. His outrageous metabolism. Audiences. Didn't just want to see him eat hundreds of pounds of steak and chicken, though, a man with the iron stomach began very in his diet with less edible additions, including rocks. Corks and live animals, if he could fit it in his mouth, he ate it and got paid pretty well to do it too. Unfortunately, he also paid for it. You see terrar- was a notoriously foul smelling individual who ran into serious intestinal troubles because of his sideshow work after a particularly long hospital. Stay he realized he needed to do better for himself and his stomach so he joined the French military, but although his newfound sense of purpose should have been enough to sustain him. He became just a sick not eating as he did when he was it was while he was wandering around the bases medical ward win military, scientists decided to perform some tests on terrar- incredible appetites, they realized that when his enormous stomach was empty it became. Came perfect way of transporting messages to imprison soldiers across enemy lines. If only they trained him a little better before sending him out into the field. You see it didn't take long for terrar- to be spotted and captured soon after he was being questioned about his reasons for being there terrar- naive and afraid told them all about the box in his stomach that contained notes. So they chained him to toilets and waited patiently for his. Deposit. If only it had been worth, the wait. The message said nothing nothing that meant anything of a great deal to the enemy nor the imprisoned soldier the entire ordeal had been nothing more than a test to see whether his gut would be a viable way of smuggling information in the long term. Terrar- was eventually released a France where he resumed his civilian life searching for food wherever he could find it. And he was sick of it. He'd been studied and exploited and all it had gotten him was the torture of an upset stomach soon after he checked himself into a local hospital in hopes of a cure. It couldn't live with this affliction any longer. Unfortunately medicine at the time just wasn't very advanced and treatments consisted of filling his insides with elicit drugs to see how they performed but nothing helped. Terrar- spent his nights wandering the halls looking for something to eat. He branched out from his usual fare of everyday objects and started eating off menu. He drank patients blood and limbs in the morgue, sometimes he escaped and feasted on the entrails discarded behind butcher shops or stray dogs and cats in the neighborhood one day of fourteen month old child went missing. And although terrar- was never accused of anything outright. It was enough to have him evicted from the hospital years later terrar- would find himself back there. One last time as a corpse doctors tried performing an autopsy on him, but they didn't get too far the odor coming off of his body..

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"terrar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"terrar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Goals apiece. After to a bushel of sporting information coming at you here in your second admits report because we got a bunch of finals in the NHL to tell you about some weird scores in the NBA. Just some weird teams are getting smashed in the National Basketball Association. So we'll tell you about that. If we got the time, we'll even look at some college hoops and some H L action as well. The law firm Burke, central remind you any rebroadcast this game is strictly prohibited with the written consent to the NHL. Well, the game is unlikely to purchase dot com. That's B dot com. Good lawyers changing lives before we. Check out all the scores. It's good. The highlights from the second period. This game presented by xfinity. We were all knotted up at two goals apiece after the first period of this hockey game. But in the second period, the apps looked good. I mean, the the avalanche were flying in that second period. And it wasn't just the office. That was looking good grew our between the pipes cabinet up. Big Johnson the cornerback behind the net for Nathan MacKinnon, but rolls free of him in San Gerard takes over. Gets team the Columbus away or no it's a breakaway for Brennan. Pinera in shoots. Grove our. Girl. Oh. Save the game. So far by either team. Philip crew our coming up large keeping that puck out of the net. And this is why because it's being down by goal game was tied and Sam Gerard got up on his horse. It did this on this captain taking a beating in front of the net. This time by Sheldon dries was able to kick the puck free. And now behind the play. It's Felino and MS going at it. Sam Gerard on the chart for the ads. Those shots. Oh my goodness. Hang up. Stick side on Sergei across gate the gate itself. First lady the game for the Avs. Thanks, same Girard. He has his third goal of the season. And the ads are feeling good here with five forty five fifty four excuse me to go in the second. Sweet Sam terrar- his third from Borka dries at fourteen o six of the second period. And the Cavs take the lead three to one of those one of those moments in your life. That you're super excited about that. You definitely, you know, something about happening. And you're like, oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And then that oh, yes. Elite turns into no, oh, no. This was a lot like that. Scott Kenan stretches to stay on side. Does leaves a for Thyssen berry berry. Scape man Perry was right down. Broadway. Figure comes Cam Atkinson. Shoots and score. Oh, my goodness gracious. If you're a fan of hockey fan of this hockey game, if you're a fan of the ads, you're shaking your head. Golden no platinum opportunities for the ads on one end up breakaway for Cam Atkinson, the other and he sneaks it between the pad in the post and this once again is a tie hockey game with eighteen point nine seconds left in the second period. Yup. Look like it was going to be a two-goal lead for Colorado. All of a sudden it turns into a tie game. Thanks to Cam Atkinson, scoring his twenty ninth goal this season from narrative nineteen forty one of the second and the jackets in the ass. All three goals of peace after two periods of hockey. The abso outshooting the blue jackets twenty six to eighteen through two periods of hockey the Avs over two on the power play. The jackets are yet to get a power play..

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"terrar" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"I think in some ways if you look at the policies that they're pursuing and my focus predominantly wished on public health preparedness than I had plenty to do. I didn't need to get involved in other things I think if you look at the policies on value based payment, I think if you look at the policies, they're looking to take now and have taken on drug pricing. It's more than what people thought was going to occur. And in some ways, it's pretty consistent with health policy circles what we need to move at this point moving away from fee for service. You look at the secretaries top priorities looking to tackle the opioid epidemic with Admiral terrar- who's leading that in doing a great job. And hopefully, we'll be turning the corner on those things if you look at what is four priorities are I think they would be mainstream for anyone who's working at HHS, regardless of whether a democrat or Republican was controlling the agency at that point some things may be adjusted, but the big priorities on drug pricing value based payment reform opium. Or things that are pretty consistent mainstream. And I think when at the end of the day, the secretary will be viewed as one of the most consequential ones it really advancing the ball down the field in many different healthcare areas where we will see what the legacy is of this administration secretary as are in extra joss. And thank you Chris for coming in and taking questions on your run, which was not just the border issue. But also biodefense so much more. Thanks, chris. Thanks. That's it for post check this week. My thanks to Chris Megan's for making time for this interview. And producers Mikhail Rodriguez and Dave Shaw for making the show happen can find pulse. Check on all of your favorite podcast apps. You can find me at diamond of politico dot com, and you can find a new episode of pulse. Check in your podcast player. Very soon..

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"terrar" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"Terrar- had a howler needed. There was there was very few. If any highlights to our silver linings appoint to I hear there were three, you know, sort of takeaways perhaps defining moments. You could call them for me from this game number one. So arsenal. Basically punch Liverpool in the mouth you guys. Got that early goal. It was a great way to start the game and Liverpool responded immediately by punching you right back in the face. I mean, you know, it was within two minutes, and then so your response to their goal to they're getting punching you in the face was to roll over and die. And it showed the difference in mentalities between the two teams. The number two for me. No second goal where he left the entire defense. Just like laying on the floor dead was. I mean, it was awesome to watch as an as a quote, unquote neutral. It was a great goal knows how to tough year people have been questioning it you said he stunk for for this fucking show to who. I said he had a slow start. We both people were questioning should they get a new nine. We both said, no, absolutely. Not this should keep from you know, he'll pick it up. He'll figure it out. And of course, he scored a hat trick. Right after you guys. So the third one the third defining moment for me was when saudi-omani one apparently late in the game wasn't like engaging. I guess it was like sixty fifth minute or something late when that game he won a penalty, and he handed the ball to for me. No, so saudi-omani, you know, he's a striker. He wants to score every goalie can. And he handed the ball of for me to take the penalty to get his hat trick. Which was just like an incredibly is a lot of people probably didn't even notice it, honestly..

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"terrar" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"I side note, I listened to a podcast this week about from guy who listened to our wrote a book about Ameri, and his nickname is was L N in severe was Ellen fair Monday football, which is a sick. He's like mad for football. And I thought that was an incredible nickname. So I'm only going to be calling him and fair from now on. So what was obviously, we talk. I think we talk a lot about wolves. Right. Like the newly promoted side that everybody jumps on like their title contenders. Something but like in reality, they're just a really good newly promoted side. So they'll eventually taper off to that like nine to twelve range. That is what I think wolves are and a road game at arsenal. When they're fifteen on beaten doesn't seem like one that they can hang in. Would you re time every time our snow play at this point? And don't lose. Are you getting more and more nervous? No, no. I was nervous when it was the win streak because that's when you can lose a point that you should hold onto. Unbeaten I'm fine. If we go unbeaten Sam. All right. But also, I'm not like hanging my hat on it. We do only have I don't know two points from our last two. So like, we're not talking about an extremely great run a form here. Very recently. I guess we're speaking. But in terms of form, I mean wolves lost around the trot. Yeah. Have not been looking good. This is going to be a really big test for the arsenal. Midfield shocking. Terrar-? Look good, obviously. But that's when they're not expected to Wolverhampton with Rubin has have a very, very good midfield. I think they play what that five to three where they play Makino neva's kinda roam around and just spray wide. And then I play back five that is a little bit like worrisome for me because when our dominate the ball for. So a lot of back five is hard to play against five. They're easy to play against when wingback so Bauman forward, they're exposed. But. The way wolves play as are gonna play it on the road at Arsenal's, very tricky. And they do have quality. Especially in the wings, where Arsenal's very poor fullback. So it does worry me in that sense. But I think it should be again that arsenal can strangle like one of those where wolves clear long, and it's headed by rob holding out wide and they built again for like thirty minutes. So I hope that that's the kind of game. I'm watching what if I see something open. I'm gonna shit my pants. Yeah. I think the worst thing you can do is take like a three-goal lead on them. Oh, yeah. You think that's the worst? No, listen. We that's when they really start playing. It's crazy. It's crazy. I think normal team would be bad with three goal lead. But you are complacent lazy crop of players. Have trying to do my best here is it working? You haven't done a Cadillac player in Harry winks is a Cadillac. No, well, back not gonna change anything in the lineup selection process. Fucking hope we don't play a bombing on the left again. He looks more and more angry every time. He does that. We'll see we'll see lock that's all star player of the month. So I don't know. I'm not not excited not excited to see it. But if we get an early goal, I will feel great. I'm just wolves have not been you mentioned. We'll have not been playing that. Great. And they didn't look very good for the they looked. Okay. But they didn't look. I mean, you can't go down three goals. Tottenham look. Okay. Doing it. So, you know, they didn't look great. But then they showed some heart coming back. I don't know they're tough team. I could see them giving you guys problems. I don't know if they can pull out a draw. But you know, I it just one of those. I would be shocked if they came out and won this game. Like, I would be shocked. They came out and beat arsenal had foot draw. Maybe. Maybe I don't know. I'm just I think I think our when's this game pretty easily. Yeah. Just not playing quite quite good enough for me to give them too much credit. I all I do by the way. And I know it's crazy. I like give all this is such an arsenal thing. I guess you probably have a similar thing. Tottenham where you asked me what I think about the game..

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"terrar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm ready. We've got four people on hold the Kathy hilarious. Tom attorney. And let's see which one of them will be first Tom east Walpole. Hello, tom. Hi morgan. Morgan about I don't know. Four weeks ago you for sharing information during the week? Yes. And I won the trivia game. Okay. And I gave my name and address terrar-. I haven't received a t shirts. Well, you know what? I will call on Monday because you're not the only person to tell me that. Let me not that. I am. Not trying to step my foot in the blame pie. I used to take charge of mailing out the prizes. Whether it was a busy t shirt or a book or movie movie prize, and I handled that myself the promotions department has made it clear that they want to handle all prizes being sent out. So I will call them on Monday. And see if there's been some sort of hold up and hunt down your shirt, Tom. Okay. It's too wet sale. If I may okay, that's a very popular size. Everybody wants. Okay. The answer. The trivia question. Just you may..

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"terrar" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

Mentally Ch(ill)

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)

"I don't think we will and it's only gonna get worse from here. There is something to be said and I could never do it. But like I've heard about these once every eight weeks ago a week without your phone. He put away for a whole week every eight weeks and it's supposed to be like recharging your mental battery. Dependencies here. Peasants. We'll take care of everything for the. They'll do your emails. Well, I have a friends became peasants. I've a friend who is super rich and she like her dad is literally almost a billionaire. And so she goes on a retriever drew, no, let me get me started. She goes on retreats once a year. It's a week and she gets rid of her phone for the week, but it's like five thousand dollars to get rid of her phone for a week, but I'm like, I would love to do that, but I can't afford it. And I'm sure there's other more affordable ways to get rid of your phone for a week, like put it away own retro, Jude. Rob. Snake oil salesman from. But isn't that crazy, but people do that. But because they can, they have money. It's like people who go to burning man burning Mana so expensive. Do you know Bernie Manas asking you because you're like, I'm like, you live here like an alien like you don't see the world. Have you ever heard of Woodstock. What does that only know about Reverend terrar-. Have you ever heard of MC Don? We have one. The only thing we have. So there are those things with burning man. You have no internet access for a week, but it's like expensive people pay for these outfits that they wear and the campers they bring in the shit. It's like all of that stuff that seem so good for your soul is so expensive. And again, I know there's other cheaper, do it like instead of going to burning man again away your phone. Away where like later, I'll have cooled cigarette one good pictures for. Away from the internet right now. So I can get really cool pictures for the. I'm going to be popping anyway. So moving on pressure impression. This is a random, a random one, and I thought was kind of cool. Did you ever know that Stephen King was hit by a minivan while he was walking? I didn't know this his his writing shelf, all sleeping. Literally only books I read. I only learned how to read just like it reads, even it's It's like. like almost a sign saying, even Kate was hit by a car. Do you not know that they're on the what happened is after he did, yes. I wanna talk about the whole thing. The guy his books became differently. He got really messed up taking pain pills a lot medicating himself and his books like dark tower series, which is widely regarded as the best thing he's done in his is the stands better in his eyes. It's the best thing he's done in. Like I know when he got hit was between four and five and the whole tone of the story and everything like he started getting wacky and it was like three or four year run after that accident where like his writing really got out there. I'm so glad that you happen to be a fan because I didn't comic books, three king. Well, so do you know much about the guy who hit him with his car story? I don't know much about other than his stuff changed. So when I look for things for the segments, I really don't know where to start and the other day I was like, what can I talk about? Depression impression? I don't wanna do a typical. Like you know, typical celebrity like Catherine Zeta Jones. Like we all know about those major celebrities who are the people on the side and the more unique stories. I don't really know how to find them. So anyone listening, if you know of any unique stories on them to me..

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"terrar" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on Around the Rim

"Tiffany Hayes being expected to be in angel cartridge in new situations in. So there was some growing up that Atlanta definitely had to do, but there's no reason why moving forward this team can't make it to the finals. But I do think angel has to be a part of it. Like I have always respected what she brings to a team, but even more so you know, as I've spent more time with teams in playoff scenarios and these past few years being a been a big part of the coverage in the finals, you have to have an angel McCaw tree on your team. I had a green. I'm on the opposite side of that. We had a best friend battle. Diana terrar-, sue bird to future hall of famers best WNBA XV ever seen, but somebody had to lose somebody had to lose in for me. I noticed that Seattle had been given Phoenix the business all year. I don't know what it was about this team, but all year long and we kinda talked about that a little earlier. When we had to avoid on the show like, hey, you guys have really been able to to to be a giant killer this particular year against them. So now you know, we're heading into this winter. Take all game five. Diana Terachi is undefeated in winner, take all games. And so there was a record on the line, but it just seemed like Subas determination was like, listen, you my best, but this is bigger than us. So fourth quarter comes game five. She's scores fourteen of her twenty two points in the last five minutes stew. We had a game high twenty eight points just why was the storm able to to really stabilize this Phoenix team and they were able to do so when like critical moments in that entire series. But specifically in game five, I felt like I knew at that moment that Seattle was going to win the entire thing, no matter who they faced, how how about you? Oh yeah. But what I would say that look at what sue bird had to do for them to get past Phoenix. That was really the w. NBA finals. I think once the ATL was done and I'm not speaking for their team, but just in watching, I think once they be Phoenix, they rely who we've got. No, right. Right, right. Because they knew I mean, Elena Delle Don was not at full tilt and Washington has nowhere near the experience that Phoenix does..

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"terrar" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on My Black Friend

"He was getting my second round selection. Just I can tell you the first few rounds of this draft did not go my way like every got that. I wanted to. That I heard a lot of CG Anderson talk in the preseason. Yeah, but McCaffrey they, they were really high on, I think for the like we look at brands team, he's wide receiver. He's good. Connor as long as he's still starting, gives him edge just because he's a guy, it's going to get a lot of touch. No matter what. 'cause they really don't have anyone else besides to get carries. No God by Sunday Sunday, this this pick be completely different. Because they really bell plays and he keeps Stafford instead of luck like, yeah, I don't know why it's luck has a tough. I don't do wash it as a tough match-up, but even so Stafford did not give you any faith. No, he look. And I don't San Francisco, you know, say what you will. They didn't play tarot against Minnesota. I mean, there are a couple there were just a couple of his actions from actually waiting that game. But. Staffer gave no hope. I think it's purely for the projected stats. I think he's gonna put luck in at the last minute or whatever. I think he just wants to look like he can earn more more points. Yeah. It's and just defense wides. I think pretty even this. It really depends on camp obey. The edge could go just for brand because if the if Tampa Bay does not play as well as they did, they, they played out of their mind. Last week. I don't expect that to happen again. Especially the eagles defense which was stifling. Against atlanta. I could see them being at least getting a couple of picks, and maybe one for touchdown. Got you. Talking me into you, talking me into switching here. This yet. Doddie has no running. Carlos Hyde is okay. I think those highs pretty damn good. But in Cleveland planning New Orleans, they're not going to be able to just run. They're gonna have to just pass, pass, pass. It really. I mean, call is hot again is not what sexy. Picks for rightback's, but he's a good Rb to yell is pretty much illustrated that last week. Kids pass block. I have no idea. I know he's, he was underrated for power, many years. He was in San Francisco, but Kenny pass block. I mean, he was after time. I mean you had twenty rushes. I mean, granted for sixty two yards. And then in that game, the whole time, this is against this is at New Orleans where New Orleans to score eighty points. I wanna say, I don't know with New Orleans. I, I got screwed by their defense and by fourteen league because they gave me negative points. But. Terrar- Taylor is, you know he's going to do. He's gonna score. You least eighteen to twenty points. He's gonna look right doing it. But 'cause he's they like there. I don't see anyone else getting a chance to really. Take any carriageway diet nothern Gordon. His Mellon Gordon's great, but Brady's facing the Jags. At in Jacksonville. Yeah, it could be raining. It could be a crappy Sunday. Okay. All right..

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"terrar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"terrar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Money coming up at twelve twenty five w w j news time is now twelve fifteen time for sports and we say good afternoon willy how you doing ryan jackie yourself i'm great ready for the weekend already it's closer right that's just be known as weekend woolier i just wait for the cup final resuming tonight though jackie from las vegas golden knights playing host to the capitals and i coached terrar galant talked about the keys to vegas trying to go up to oh in the series were a little bit loose last night in the these on we got to be a little bit tighter and again that comes from having some time off and you know you can work on up in practice but you know what you want to make sure guys are getting hurt practice so you do as much as again it wasn't brutal last night but it wasn't a lot better than the winnipeg series that it was the first game last night face off tonight is set for just after eight o'clock i turned into baseball tigers looking to bounce back from last night's loss of the angels they play game three or four games set tonight downtown the game set the showcase shohei ohtani returning to the mound in search of his fifth win of the year detroit will kind of with mike fires you can hear it on ninety seven on the tickets starting at seven ten lions also back on the practice field today is they continue ota's as allen park office coordinator jim bob cooter says there will be some changes to the offenses season but he's unsure how much will be noticeable to the naked i try to get better think we've identified a couple of ways we think we can do that obviously i'm not gonna tell you anything about that but but no we're i mean that's the process every year it's really flawed on my part if if we stay stagnant and our part we got to adjust to the players we got to adjust to two different things going on in the.

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