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"bricker" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To our book interview producer Sam Bricker, who also stepped up to record some great interviews and to everyone else on our team who has protected me from having to think about anything but family. Thanks to our listeners who have expressed concern and support. It will probably be a few more days before I'm back full time, but it's great to be back to work. And now on to today's show, You probably know my guests. Khanna Jaffe, Walt from her work as a producer and reporter on this American life. Now that protests against the police killings and beatings of black men and women have led to a new chapter in the American conversation about racial justice and racial inequity. Jaffe. Walt has a five part podcast about why there's still so much racial inequity in our public school system. She says In previous reporting, she'd looked at some of the many programs and reforms We've tried to fix our schools. Like standardized tests and charter schools. Smaller classes longer school days. Stricter discipline, looser discipline. Her. Siri's focuses on the problems caused by white parents, white parents who say they want their kids to go to schools with diversity. That's why her Siri's is called nice White parents. If the latest season of cereal along within a call Hannah Jones Jaffe, Walt won a Peabody Award for their 2015 reporting on this American life on education and school segregation. This American life episode five women focused on one man accused of sexual harassment by examining his behavior from the point of view of five women. Her current podcast. Nice white parents focuses on a middle and high school that was formerly known as the School for International Studies in the gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood, Cobble Hill. Before gentrification. The students are black and brown kids from poor and working class families. When white parents started sending their kids to the school, Jaffe Walt found the school's priorities changed to suit the needs of the white kids from homes with more money. Some white parents and students thought that a bad school was being made better by their presence. It's a point Jaffe walk makes in the first episode of Nice White parents while she's taking us on a tour of the school. And down in the library..
"Org. How are you guys doing this morning? I'm much better now that I'm not. Blurry? You. Had It on some sort of beauty mode where where you or just glowing in radiant and the rest of everything behind you was blurred and. Unapproachable. Didn't even see that. Beauty Mode on yours Jeff. REDACT right. I don't even have my camera on broke now. Okay. So, let's talk real quick. What are you guys working on Javer you in your truck? My truck I mean in the mid level hundred and twenty eight acres why Mattis County were building a modern form style We're having a meeting right now with the trim carpenters and the homeowner. Talking about what our cabinets you're gonNA look like bricker. We'll finish up today or tomorrow and Just a beautiful setting out here on top of the hill. That's fantastic. Okay. So tell us about the houses you've been under. Pam. Well. I I wanted to tell Jeff I dr pepper. This weekend. Nice what? About that, what did you say you Dr Pepper Your Grill? Yeah. Because Jeff said that that's what he used to clean his grill. So I I was. Rule in this weekend I thought we'll try that. So I picked up a leader of Dr Pepper and. took. A. Garbage can LID and turned it upside down and set my great down in it. Pour that Dr Pepper over it. I'm GonNa take something. For drinking another Dr Pepper. It, really clean it. It did it just it fizzed all that runoff. It was awesome. You if you want to boil the oil out of your driveway, put some Dr Pepper on it. a couple of months ago I had the old changed my truck and the godless all can underneath the truck and I get home and I thought I was leaking oil. So I'm going to put the Dr Pepper all night. While I can't believe that Dr Pepper has become a thorough cleaning product on the fix. Partly. What's leftover when you're done cleaning strike? Well, what if you're like a mountain dew fan does that work? You know I don't I don't. I can't. I can't comment on that because I've never tried to mountain dew. Okay. All right. So Am I gonNA waste of buck on out and do see if it works. All right. So. Big Show today, I had the most colossal day in in in in the world ever had to move my daughter to one of the big schools in the state. So I did that while I was there popped a tyre on campus. So had to pull over the road it only one hundred and thirty eight degrees with no trees but I did change the tire into the spare. So this this took me a moment and wore me out because you know on modern cars, they put little tiny tiny Jacks in there you know to Jack up the car. So it's just that much more difficult. Anyway no problem got done. Got Back up on the road and home and drove. Driveway and everything was wet
"bricker" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show
"The story cly good and for him to cap it off with that little cherry on top of the Sunday was really good to me. So I don't care what James Harden is doing I like what Lucas dodgers did and I was very impressed. bricker Swish Jaanus. Oral surgery was actually just scheduled cleaning, but he couldn't miss it because oral hygiene is important to them. Josh I'm going to give you A. Break on that. Josh please remember to flaws. Ted Don't lie to your dentist when they ask you are you lossing railways lines? No three times a day since I was here last time. I feel like I feel like asking the dentist you're looking at my teeth while you know the answer, right? Right, look at them. You know the answer stop with this nonsense are good. Ted bricker Swiss, you mentioned him earlier, Tj Warren is the surprise of the NBA bubble. Without a doubt I mean. Three came after the Swish came back with thirty nine. He's been a good player but never like this suddenly Indiana has Michael Jordan apparently and so. They might be a danger at playoff time with Ola depot back and him playing like that It's going to be right now in Miami and in the first round, that'll be a very competitive series. I bricker Swish coaches in the NBA, a do care a lot about winning coach of the year bricker Swish. I would say I would say that happened half made I probably such thing. Rental out bricks. Wish. I would say I would take away some of them care. Tom Even. Though they say they don't you know it's kind of a resume enhancer although I I've Kinda like Jerry Sloan Jerry Sloan never won coach of the year and he was such a good coach and he said I don't want to be coach of the year because they seem to always get fired, which is true. That's the thing like so many times coach of the year next year fire co two the year next year fired. It's almost like a kiss of death. Anyway I. also think coaches are weird breed as you know being around him, they're all part of this fraternity and they know that they're all riding horses that eventually will buck them. That's the nature of the gate. Ten maker Swish the Bucks Raptors game yesterday was proof that bucks fans should be worried about the raptors when they meet in the playoffs if they meet in the playoffs. Wastes be worried about the raptors anyway it didn't matter yesterday I gotTa Give Nick Nurse, a lot of credit they lost. Why Leonard so that would be that'd be a break I would think is what I'm saying there. Can. Look. They lost Leonard and yet they still won fifty games They're going to be a tough match up for the bucks. No matter what you still got Siaka who's much better than it was last year when he was most improved bacchus still there mark assault still there Fred van bleed lower deep team, and if the bucks meet him in the Eastern Conference finals the, it will be a type series that could go either way. bricker Swiss the only thing to watch for in the last two Bucks Games is whether or not Chris Middleton will get to the fifty forty, ninety plateau swish that one that would be unique to have. Years in a row two years in a row for about Brogden did last year Middleton right there at forty last night. He was forty nine with his overall shooting and ninety and forty on threes. So the off went out one out do it two years in a row? The casual fan, fifty percent shooting from the field forty percent from three and ninety percent from the free throw line. Yes. Correct. Narratives good shooting I love bricker Swisher me bricker Swish Chick hearn was the greatest NBA. TV play by play announcer of all time. Berkers wish. He was up there of course on number two. then. He welcome one eight I would say right one and it's very close. Bricker Swish Dante even Chen Zo is the person who needs to make up the most before the playoffs start. Are. We talked about that earlier, I? Don't think he's the only guy but he's one of the guys. So I'll give you happens wish is that right? Yeah. Sure. BRICKER swished had watching the nets ground crew the other night fumble with tarp was the funniest thing we've seen in the baseball season so far. I missed it. But if you say it was a clown show I, trust you swish. It Straight. Never. Never get a tarp. As you'll never get it undone and time to cover the field. That's what the grounds crew found out there ted. I gotta say I really appreciate it. You playing are stupid reindeer games at Caddy Day with the Ted Knight. Outfit and I was watching the clips that Josh put together. Them nailed the expressions of Ted Knight very well, my man Kudos to you. Thank you. Yeah, that night, it was a really funny actor. He was best on the I. Thought he was on the Mary Tyler Moore show. He was fan too close for comfort was. He was great in everything I did he was fantastic. All right ted carry on. My friend will listen to you today as we do every day here on the game. Thank you. There you go. I. Was GonNa Bricker Swish on the dental thing bricker Swish. When dentists white the from your teeth cleaning onto that Napkin right in front of your face that's disgusting and they shouldn't do it. That's just a show your. Show. You how disgusting you as? Do our friends at Elm Brook Dental, do that or do they put it on a little gauze over on the side on the tray of implements I think they I think they actually put it on the side, but then they actually have a camera. So when you're looking up, you can actually see it on the they laid. And Zoom in. You ever did you ever have a dentist that would wipe it onto your course? Disgusting. Why? Well, maybe you WANNA take it gets the same. They make sure that gets a shame first sir no. Houses. No it's yes, it's. Right there right now, keep going to put that right there to show you how filthy you are. Yeah, who goes into a dental cleaning with the prongs picks and everything else and they go. You know what we got nothing here. You've done such a perfect job. We've got no plaque and no tar to scrape off your teeth nobody it's impossible can't be done. All right. Look at this time has flown by shows almost over. That's right. There's a lot of stuff on my pile. I've yet to get to so we will mop up next and then get ready for five wide. You're listening to the Steve Zaven show right here on the game.
"bricker" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Are getting the full rebate? And are you willing to disclose whatever is negotiated with the pharmaceutical companies and are the pharmaceutical companies willing to disclose publicly which negotiated with the partners at your entering with publicly. Yes. So are the people that hire us, the our clients have full visibility into the discounts that we negotiate. Yes. Mccarthy Mr. next or are you willing to disclose publicly quit goes negotiated rebates. Are again, we believe that all these discounts should be available to spacious in the pharmacy counter, which will shed light onto the prices in the marketplace. Are you willing to disclose them publicly that would represent a public are you willing to dispose them publicly not through the policy? You're talking about what you choirs a change in congress you can voluntarily do that today. Are you willing to disclose that price publicly? We are not willing to do that today unless price makes its way to the pages McCarthy to counter, we have believed disclosed the total amount of rebates that we pay. Appreciate that for the. Gentlemen yields back. Now, I have the pleasure of recognizing the gentlewoman from Indiana miss Brooks. Thank you, ma'am, chairwoman. I'm going to continue on my colleague from across the aisles questions about the pricing. Specifically, I want to focus on the lowest net cost. And so while he focused on the list price, MS Bricker, and Mr. ever Lee. Can you tell us how you determine lowest net cost miss Bricker. Sure, we take the list price less any discount. That's offered by the manufacturer, Mr. Everley, very similar. It. Does vary by Brandon generics? Generics. A different aren't rebates generics. So we're looking at what the pricing of generic is available in the marketplace. So we do surveys to determine what pharmacies are actually buying the drug for we look at that on a brand drug. That's rebating. It's the list. Price minus any rebates discounts that we receive from manufacturers and pharmacies. That combined with the Clint, that's that's the net cost. And then we will look at things in terms of clinical value. How does that cost and value compare? We heard earlier in testimony about administrative fees. And I believe the pharmaceutical companies talked about administrative fees. Do you include administrative fees, miss Bricker, and Mr. Everley? Yes, all discounts that are provided by the manufacturer and consideration. So I'm getting a little bit confused about discounts and administrative fees. So it's manufacturer fees are also discounts. How are administrative fees? Discounts Republican Susan Brooks, they're providing that as a as a digital value towards the lowest price reduction of list price. And let me ask the pharmaceutical companies. How do you how do you? Do you agree with that statement? The administrative fees are something that you just include in your discount. We tend to talk about this in the same general category of rebates or discounts and everyone agrees with this. Just trying to make sure we're all talking about the same thing. We describe them as administrative fee discounts. Okay. I'd like to it's important to draw a distinction between discounts and fees for services at fair market value. That's what I'm struggling with. So thank you for aknowledging that so a discount in normal Nacuer is taking an amount off of whatever the actual prices, and a fee is something additional that you pay for the work being done for the administrative work. What makes up administrative fees then? Mr mccarthy. What do you believe what's an administrative fee? How is that defined? So it it goes to the PBS them. For administering the services around managing the formula for medicine. I believe this brick mentioned as an example, some of the programs that they're administering around affordability and co pay costs and participating in those programs, for example. There would be a fear range involved participate in those additional programs. So that would be one example. Yeah. We view them as from the perspective of that. They are included in the request for proposals that we received from the supply chain. And again, we treat them as as just administrative fee discounts because we don't believe that they represent services to the manufacturer. Okay. Anything further nothing for the for. And so are there differences than in how the various PBS define lowest net cost in various PBS, you deal with are there differences in how they define Lois net costs is that always negotiated. Mccarthy. So the every negotiation is different with every customer. Yes. But and there are different. They're different factors that go into that negotiation. Generally, speaking, the main point of our negotiation with the PPM is to do one thing. It's the secure access for medicine. So in that respect that is the common denominator that permits through every negotiation. We have with all of our PM. And how about the differences between the the types of things you're negotiating can you discuss the types of items negotiating and trying to get to the lowest net cost were discussing formula replacement cost sharing tear the route by which patient will get access through step therapy and prior authorization. So it's a multitude of different items across the entire supply chain. Not just what PBS thank you my times. You'll back. No woman for her questioning shields back. The gentlemen, from Oregon Mr. Schrader is recognized for five minutes for his questions. Like you Madam chair? Appreciate it. Mr burleigh. I'm very interested in in the transparency, this stroke supply chain Krisha, everyone stepping up and being here today. Particularly the PBS because they're the innovator that negotiates with the pharmacies and the pharmaceutical companies one proposal that's been put out there to address the issue would publicize the aggregate price data by class of drug. Do you think this would help at all demonstrating variability of the prices and get to where we need to be? I'm not familiar with the details. But yes, I believe that concept to would have value. Okay. Okay. This mccarthy. Talking out out of local out of pocket costs and the caps and he had to party in the catastrophic pickup. Currently the feds pick up eighty percent insurance fifteen percent and the individual five and no cap actually on the out of pocket costs for them. And if you have a proposal about or you, how do you think that should be shared as we get into that catastrophic fate? I believe the best way to approach it would be to think about collapsing the benefit design part d so that we'd eliminate the coverage gap where currently the manufacturers pay seventy percent, the coverage gap and moving that into the catastrophic to help fund the gap. So we'd go right from coverage. Limit to catastrophic whether it would be a cap on patient out of pocket costs and then the financial burden in that. Phase would be shared between the manufacturers the plans and the government Justin McCarthy of Pfizer, Mr.. We would welcome the opportunity to work with committee on modernizing the party benefit. But I don't have any specific proposals around the upper structuring with me today would your company be willing to be part of the solution. Help out paying absolutely we look forward to be part of the solution aren't very good. Value-based agreements to the biggest cost concern. I see facing the United States of America patients as well. As the federal government is the great new specialty rugs, you guys are all bringing to market at this point in time and their their life saving. Opportunity for many folks that had no no hope before, but they affect a very small population. And as a result recouping, the investment becomes difficult without high prices democrat, Kurt Schrader. So they've been discussion you've offered up being part of the solution and having value based agreements. So to that end, it's difficult to write those agreements and the question would be maybe three different questions. How do you? How would you mitigate the risk in this day and age when a is likely to move from one carrier to another Mr. McCarthy that mister negative? So that I think is really excellent question. I don't have a solution for four how we manage the liability as patients go from from plan to plan. And that's a really I think that's going to be a difficult question for us, especially as we move to even more advanced technologies like gene therapies where these therapies could be curative a lifetime. And then if there's a value base agreement associated with that, which I fully expect there will be how do we track those patients, and how does that liability for those patients? I don't have an answer to that. But I would very much like to work with this committee on the solution to it. Great. Congressman similar one patients move from plan to plan, although it does actually happen fairly infrequently in the commercial marketplace, it's very hard to follow that patient across the spectrum and ensure that the value based contract can actually still apply we've made some attempts. But it's it's not perfect at this point. Similarly. FDA approval data, including safety, effectiveness, etc. How do we are just a policy assistant at Utica getting some of the disputes that might come up over metrics and outcomes. Mr. Knicks event. Several agreements today. We built in a third party firm to help as part of that process. It's not always necessary. Many of the outcomes that can be tracked can be tracked very easily within existing data infrastructure. But when it gets more complicated. We usually at least have the option of a third party to help at the end of those contracts, MS McCarthy comment. No, I agree. And I believe the more we rely on real world evidence and real world data the better off. We'll be able to define those outcomes and to measure them last question remaining few seconds of on the rebate system from his Breckenridge verbally. Yup. Can you speak to whether you include patient cost sharing information and calculating the net costs for purposes of determining what drugs would be covered. And whether it be based on the formula for we do not we do when we look at. Tearing we first determined the net cost, but we do look at member cost share in terms of formula replacement. Very good. Thank you, all very very much again. Now, you'll back motor thank the gentleman. I now would like to recognize the gentleman from Oklahoma, Mr. melon for five minutes of his questions. Thank you so much. I got a follow up for my colleague MRs Brooks from her questions. If if you guys consider the administrative fees to be a discount is is that the also passed onto the insurance companies and the clients. And only wants to take that on. We don't control what passed onto the client, sir. So who does control that is that the PM that would be the member of the supply chain, we negotiate with in this case PBS, most of the time the way that I understand ministration fees is just another way to get more out of the consumer. Why wouldn't administrative fee just be part of the drug. I mean, why would we consider that a discount isn't that part of it in an administrative fee part of delivering the product Republican Mark Wayne Mullen, I mean in our companies, I can't charge the customer for administrative fees on top of what I I'm charging them. I mean, the minister is part of it is not accurate. You guys are looking at here and headlights, and I'm going to go back to what chairman Burgess said earlier that if you guys if we don't figure out how to do this. We're going to do it ourselves because all of us regardless on what Saudi I'll we're on. We're all getting just peppered with our with our constituents about these prices. And so you can either choose to be part of the solution. Or we're going to consider you part of the problem. And that's not what we're trying to do really trying to help here. But the PBS, and you guys are both points each other, and no has taken responsibility here. So someone someone helped me here is the PBS the problem here. Are they are they adding value to the customer are they adding cost the customer because what I've seen it their administrative fees. And they seem like they're adding cost. And that's defeats the purpose of congressman let me try the RFP's that we were we were seved from several members of the supply chain include minimum requirements in many are piece in includes this administrative fee discount. It's a condition of being administrative fee on top of the cost being a discount. I I don't know what world again, sentencing dishes percentage off the list price that that we offer as a discount. It's categorized as an administrative fee. Well, miss right? If we can discount if we can discount later on. Why can't we just discount to Mr. Mr Luhan for New Mexico, and I'd never agree on anything? This is the first time I've ever going to say we actually agree on something. Like, why can't we why can't we just start there? And then a discount starts from that point. Congressman we believe that ultimately all discounts in the marketplace should be passed onto the consumer and the patient at the point of sale at Wellesley that and why don't we do that on? Sorry. You're either one talking to me anybody can jump in your service. All you shaking your head. Yes. Your thoughts on this. As I said before thank you, congressman in my mind. Are there are two categories? There's either fees for services that are provided a fair market value or there are discounts. And that I think it's as simple as that. So how do you have fees and discounts at the same time? I don't have answered that question. That's right. And I on on oppose guys to anybody making a profit. That's the whole idea of being in business. But it's interesting to me actually at a hearing on on insulin and a cost of insulin going up I had a parent of type one diabetic child. Call me and say it's funny, but my insulin dropped in half today. Literally the day after the hearing. And I thought jeez. That's that's ironic. I I don't agree with all the hearings you do. But that one worked. I get to the point though, people we're going to have to figure we're going to figure this out and I'm not wanting to come against businesses. That's not what I'm trying to do. But I from from miss Brooks questions to to my questions in the questions before me. I'm really not getting the answers..
"bricker" Discussed on WSB-AM
"City. Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour. Continuing news the Super Bowl compound downtown WSB's Michelle Wright Super Bowl live the free event at Centennial Olympic Park reopened today. And there's a lot on tap for football and music fans alike. Acts like Josh Bricker Tyler trid hero, the Bannon Craig Campbell all taking the main stage and producer Jemaine. Tells me he wanted to make sure that the world sees all the talent that Georgia has to offer. I wanted to make sure that I share this experience with all of the artists of Atlanta or Georgia period. Football fans, you can get a glimpse of folks. Like Tony Gonzalez. Matt Ryan, Ciclon Barclay and Steven Jackson continuing our team coverage of Super Bowl fifty three here in Atlanta. Authorities on the lookout for bogus big game merchandise to cuter Bill mix Wayne pointed to a Duluth police arrest this week of alleged counterfeiter Damon Daniels during a traffic stop. The arresting officer reported Mr. Daniels car was filled with printing equipment and card stock presumably to resume counterfeit tickets sales at this year Super Bowl. Authorities say Daniels is part of a larger ring they're tracking that hits all the big event. As channel two action news reporter, Tony Thomas new to the biggest fennel bust, ever US customs and border agencies more than two hundred fifty pounds worth hidden in a produce truck from Mexico after it came across the border. Into Arizona, new report estimates that nearly half of all American adults have some kind of heart or blood vessel disease and medical milestone, and mostly due to the expansion of guidelines recently, the judge how many people are considered to have high blood pressure. This report today by the American Heart Association says more than one hundred twenty one million adults in this country have some kind of cardiovascular disease WSB news time.
"bricker" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"This one comes from chase Bricker. I would have to pick field Yates you see as a kid. I used to love going to Chucky cheeses and today you have to have a kid to get in and takes up. He'd I respect that my nephew Andrews, two and a half. And that kid is obsessed with Chucky. That age. Mar. Mar my mom calls Marin him our best friend, Chucky cheese, all the time. It's the cutest thing ever is like, oh, it's cute until you were there all the time the kids like my mom tells me some harrowing stories about how like he doesn't even he doesn't understand the tickets can be put towards a gift he just likes the actual process of quickly. Oh, yeah. These dads that are like cut throat that are like trying to get like forty thousand tickets to get like a like an old school TV. Kenna? They're like like just a thing is worth like six dollars off the wall. But the fact that you feel no so much about cheque's little concerning low Oh, bit. big deal. This is the last one comes from drew Baltic. He says it's a little bit more serious. Yeah. I will take Matthew berry to war as a former marine. Most of what we did sucked. Hard core boot camp training and being deployed involved a lot of hardship. However, we made the best of it cards trash talking throwing little rocks at big rocks. A numerous other ridiculous things. Matthew is always reminded me of the funny guy every platoon had. He's the one kid that somehow ended up joining the marines snatched up by some slick recruiters and he'd be flying jets. And then you end up in the infantry as a machine gunner probability would then proceed to complain as entire way through this for your service for some reason people. Enjoy listening to the funny guy complained maybe it's the Seinfeld effect or something, but it really makes crappy situations better. So I take private buried to war. Started listening years ago and continued after I got out thanks to the thousands of hours of terrible advice, and some of the worst jokes have ever been digitally recorded that is from drew Baltic. And I'll tell you what we've had. I just wanted to that. Because we've had so many people over. Overseas. Tell us that they have listened to the podcast as just a little bit of brevity in the middle of everything that they've been going through. So he I don't you mean? I'm sure did I say brevity you said. We are not known for our brevity. So levity. I'm sure but also like that is so touching we hear from folks in the service all the time about you know, I was fortunate enough to go on on a ship. When a friend of mine from college is who's now, an Admiral was commanded the ship, and everyone I met out. There was asking me fantasy football question. Here we were touring the ship. But they were like so is is. Lady I'm bell going to have a good. I mean the role that fantasy football plays in helping lighten. The load is amazing. And we are all touched and honored to be a part of that so much respect. And that was a that was a great entry is actually really funny. Well done description, and we thought we had this one decided with taking Matthew to his wedding. That's a really strong contender there from drew. I guess guys. This comes down to I mean. Wow. I gotta go through here, man..
"bricker" Discussed on Tactical Talk with Allison Barrie
"He definitely where there is like water even date role in their sleep. And all of a sudden, they're just like tumbling late about lake through that. I would sleep up against a tree. So if I did. Mistakes but ever makes stay and stuff. I'm not going to need names. But like so major hero. That's been on our Charlotte. Really? You guys. All amazing just because he's been in battle that people were. He was definitely guilty of the the hill role in his while sleep like him anybody. They were like nestled up with each other so cold. It was dangerous that cold. So your courage for body warmth to stick together. Macgyver to sleeping bags together to share warmth. They relate tumbling down the side of the foods, which is pretty funny. Others. He said it was like being tumble-drier here. It sounds pick the momentum and they had to. You're in a sleeping bag and everything too. So you it's not like you just hop. Like, you can't stand up your mummified yet. Exactly. Exactly. Wrapped up thrown off the hill. I was like did you use any training relate how conscious go down like Dunton autre or there's no Steininger for that? Yeah. It was like a some sort of horrible break. They I it was pretty awful. I think they did get stopped by the trees one of them hit our through the hit on the way. Just a bigger one. Yup. That there's a little bit of Bricker shape going down. And then they had to climb back up all breeze, like the rain was a quest phase. So and they didn't. That's what want there to makes no rate just buddy roles about with the will go back and hopefully on notice. But of course, everyone was like where are they her? They is that. Down. There struggling about us who were. Next question. How about anything strange that you've ever? Not. Nothing. I never really ate anything out of the ordinary. I guess when I was private my first appointment that on your birthday guys. Will we love to play pranks on each other? So this kind of goes a one tier or the duct tape you up, and then basically make you drink or whatever kind of random concoction that they decided they wanted to to make you the annoyed by so I think for mind that was like a it was definitely this is on a deployment is my birthday is my second. I appointed my first was private and at that when you're five you don't like it's like a fraternity and everything. So you're getting your guys are gonna get you on your great and everybody tries to hide win. Their birthday is no one knows you're not gonna get late initiated defections. Yeah. So it's just I think. All military. Yes. To find actually be ignored link. That would suck if no. It's much. So it's it's it's funny in everybody and it happens to everybody. So you're shit Wednesday coming yet it's coming. But anyways, they duct taped me down to a table. And then forced me to. That that funnel into is some muscle. Mill gatorade. Hot sauce candidate in all mixed into this. One. Gator auto, and maybe some stern. Yeah. They're like oh free. That..
"bricker" Discussed on Stories Podcast
"Every circuit, just a little more boom. The mutant. Drove her full speed into a steel plate set in the bottom of the strange island. Jill felt her teeth, rattle in her head and saw pops of light, still gripping her in its jaws the creature swam around building speed until the water was surging by the steel plate in the stones, seemed to glow as it got larger and larger things weren't off to a good start. She had to admit still, this was just some mutant Bricker. No, she was firefly wasn't she? The greatest superhero ever the champion of Giga city? Who did this shark think it was Jill felt the anger building inside her, the shaky matchstick anger that sparked and flickered she fed her rage, letting it roar into a bonfire. She roared along with it hammering the sharks face with her gauntlet fist with every strike she unloaded, her energy blaster, the brilliant yellow light had been enough to burn away the tentacle. But it didn't seem to do much to the shark the mutant beasts just bit down harder. Grinding the firefly armor in its rows of Chad teeth. No, no, no, no. Jill cried as the mutant drove her again into the metal panel. This time it didn't back away though. It kept her pin to the medal in its jaw tentacle slithering up and scraping along the firefly armor looking for a joint, a seem a weakness. What could she do? The blasters weren't working. The anger wasn't helping. She had to think, okay, the mutants too strong for my blaster. She thought it's too big to throw too big to shock, and I definitely don't want to risk rocketing down that throat to get past the brick skin man. The scarlet king made these bricks tough. I can't believe they stand up to the blasters. These things can even melt through steel through steel. Jill wrenched herself sideways in the creatures jaws inch by gras. Finding biting grasping inch..
"bricker" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And it is input blade knocked away cooler gauley the tide and we were just talking about leapt up coverage got his hands on the ball could not quite bring it down at second in ten darian owing to his mates ablaze he's not a starter at linebacker for miami and he's played well in this game today was there to knock it away gathered to a play action rolled the quarterback to laugh fumagalli's on the left he actually blocks now for second and thereby up up to the middle of the field he's got his staff the paulsen his hands but like you said a great play by play uh excuse me for fifty eight ouenze alkali backer position knocking it free get his hands up for a high rising pugali on the opportunity okay second antenna handoff to james running left india's caught from behind by the defense event judge thomas who tackles him for a loss it'll be thirddown along for the badgers senior captain i'd say is a big tall order when you're talking about blocking guy six six two hundred seventy five pounds i promise you nfl salads we look at it this guy his size alone this is screams nfl town bricker t washington high school and miami produced a lotta great football players over the years it's third in eleven four wisconsin they are in borderline field goal range shit they're hurricanes 32 yard lie i need eleven for a firstdown hornibrook from the shotgun in the pocket we'll throw short biddle it is caught by aj taylor he's going to be tackled go after of just a couple of yards by de delaney so third eleven not even close so we'll see you paul chryst dresses field goal gene with two tried along one and i think he will gangway at all day coming out all the field this is going to be a significant try forty seven yards short so for half il ganglion donate a junior native of sao paulo brazil interesting background for gangway at all day the snap snapping hey batikhi is on its way and it is up man good with plenty to spare from forty seven impressive tick wisconsin pads its.
"bricker" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You have the opportunity to double the size of the financial hance bricker mmhmm would you rather sell stock yellen i have two partners because i think that's important to be able to share in the in the ownership part of the equation win would you rather stall morris stock or would you rather borrow money what if i very much to believed in our business model and i do we take care people who don't want to worry about their money yet if i were going to do that i would rather borrow money at the interest rate environment that we have today and said to sell stocks are right and so we live in a world right now and we're gonna talk about this in the next segment but we live in a world that is very ripe with with capital where people are willing to invest not in the equity not in a growth but in what they quote unquote believed to be assured returned payments money that's coming back in and they're such an abundance of that capital that you're having less and less please go public why would i want to go public if if i can get somebody to give a long me a billiondollar yano to go do the things that i want to do so when i started my career two weeks before the crash and eighty seven there are all there are virtually the same number of companies that are publicly traded today as there were then i can't find the number 1987 midnineties there were about seventy nine hundred today there are about seventy nine hundred it's it is not change now part of that's mergers and acquisitions part of that s you know different things that have gone on and ainhoa somebody's going to go out there and go with joe i've found twelve thousand companies i'm talking about truly investible companies you know that go into indices and in ones that we can that we can go out and use but that's really why people aren't going public there's one other big one and it's the restrictions that are out there own it's i don't care if somebody sees my financial so much that and we have to what i don't what you know i i constantly have people say why do i have to.
"bricker" Discussed on Security Now
"And then they say rieper has better i o t security unlike many of the dry says it infects rieper as an up at the has the update us telling you and the lou a the commands zaza thoyib as state and they said of how impressive is that if it weren't malicious it might qualify to meet the standards of the new internet of things cybersecurity improved but act of 2017 federal requirements they wrote heck the authors could even make a distribution out of it and it could become the default remote management platform for i o t is it it does it better than anything else and they asked the question is malicious so far rieper has not been seen attacking anyone with with massive volume metric de dossier tax yes that's a good thing at least one of us because they have three authors thinks it might never be seen attacking any one if repair work to start being used as the ultimate death star weapon that would cheapen its value it would also result in an active take down campaign remember how at least two strike bat bots were created to come to combat mirai after it attacked crabs uh lovie h and dine bricker bought actively wiped the files systems of infected iot devices in many cases turning them into little more than bricks a haji me was more polite and merely blocked ports and left a cute little note informing the device owner that they're device was participating in a tax um you know and please patch if rieper starts attacking people with d dos it will turn from may marvel of thing bought infrastructure engineering into yawn another volume metric attacked tool.
"bricker" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kfi am 640 is gone way show bricker update for you've been it in there i've got all the tv's auto voiced her one of mon because the los angeles dodgers we go into world series and that's why the big deal they have not been to the world series since 1988 they have won the world series in 1988 that's almost thirty years ago is that correct dipped twenty nine years ago twenty nine years mondo how old are you thirtyfour you're five yeah i remember it with you do remember school the dodge when the world's her yep we're later kulikov at home eat drink it a kulikov no no no that's the ice melt the drop but anyway so that would say those pretty good was four years old launching it justin turner at his grandmother's out as the long beach how is proud of is his one of his earliest memories was watching that kirk gibson homerun wow where were you during the home run i was sitting on my couch facing west at the the condos we lived at at the corner of covina and glendora in covina in the charter oak area and and i i i ran out of the house real i was so excited and and i could hear pots and i can i could hear other people like schett like cool cheering i was facing south i was in an orange seat at the form watching the philadelphia flyers beat the hell out of the la kings oh in 1988 and and there was no tvs back them in the radio reception was pretty horrible in the form so you just heard murmurs you like it also they put the score up there and they had no way to show highlights it was just light bulbs and as where i was when that home run happen but according to fans dodger fans right now there are one point two million people in it's a human at evident pretty one one of one of whom is on this show yeah angel martinez was there right that's days through it further a whole game well i was actually on i was.
"bricker" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I was very intrigued by this young woman as whole she spent the first three months waiting to even to see that european cities finally one of them mud her buck triggered were they were all living most people will not she was sitting wrong with binoculars willing for something to happen and she sought when and shoot i i don't know you'd have to answer work gave her the strength through the for the strength do that rule to alter tour the strength of capture there for the next twenty thirty years one woman was young is interesting she hung a from the movie you can see that i have hardly talked only motor briefly so so long ago today you know omega my bochy she talked aboout this was that she had always wanted to do longer before shoes she gotha jaw she always wanted to go to africa move with animals them custodio and that is will soon that of doing so there is a you know that's the kind of integrity hook composers health you want to write music you don't know who's going to hear here illingworth cooler goal but you know this what you're going to good or that's to me sock insane so gruesome were personal on and so of course as you to a gun a forward and the film itself with physically so group yes a talked to run into her ruth roussy bruce them we can't believe that were at the horrible seoul a concert how can that happened is going to say and yet uh i think that we it was like rude to close to the rothe to see were the ruth locally earth yuri were quincy we conceive bricker ring to corso but if we move profit from wall you can see the qualities.
"bricker" Discussed on Examining Politics
"It steal yeah yeah okay it has a grid on the bought right right right so if it's raining it's a it's a little bit of an more an interesting experience when you go across it kinda looks like though i mean the whole base of the bridge what you drive across kinda looks like a sewage great on again so you can see down to the river underneath of it oh yeah you know a great i dunno varda's two hundred feet or something below but i don't know it's one of the only if i remember this correctly it's one of the only privately owned bridget structures in the united states is a crime rate great i don't know how many there are i think there are one or two other privately owned bridges um i think the other one i actually want to cross and that connected fort madison wisconsin with something something illinois i don't know what it was pretty much the exact same kind of bridge too there's like a little tall and what he you paid and get across seventy five cents but isn't it like if you're going to go both ways rightly a discount bore you get two for a dollar their act like on the day that i crossed the one in madison the toll bridge person was on vacation so there was just like a little sign or like it's funny today so i thought that was pretty interesting you guys you're listening to mainstream meets the beltway um we're broadcasting here out of pittsburgh i'm so excited to have liz mcilvaine in her daughter kate bricker here liz is the ceo of the yet a homer lachlan which makes the wonderfully happy and colorful fiesta where but it also makes a variety of other products and her daughter a key bricker but uh who is the marketing manager rate um so i want to talk a little bit about and you both can chime in on your would you you can fight over who wants to talk about it but i wanna talk about your show.
"bricker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the first and foremost and there's a load permutations within the grueling in a band if you make a record with the ban there wouldn't be three songs without the drummer right necessarily legats we decide what to do through song is based on how the the form of the music together instead of relying on they all have to do the concert theorized these ideas right yeah i think there had been maybe three or four moments in jim she's history that it really tested what my understanding of what the collective meant even when so paper tiger has also graphic designer he put together like a hardcover look and we were trying to figure out how to get that made into their real world knows like these these candid photos from ten here's or so of of touring together i say okay well if we have a book then i guess the doomed she collective is a publishing house here and if you have a ballet then now were a dance troupe i i think it was syms finely who who had said i think the doomed is wherever we say it is that's helpful for the members of gentle trade really is kind of a fluid entity that exists to help share the work that we believe in you know where they used to work elective and if it probably applies artists in livvy artists who would dare a certain collective and they don't necessarily collaborate on the same painting but they is share the same static and the acquiting so maybe it's maybe it's more than that form than it is the idea of a structured formal bans it totally and i think it's also vouching loosely for one another staff meaning you know when paper tiger has has an ep coming out that i'm looking out for that and sharing news of add release and he's going to do the same for for me death and paper tiger in studio members of two of the members of the great twin cities bay based indy hip hop collective doom tree they were just in town bricker park fest also has show sold out at sub training.
"bricker" Discussed on Malicious Life
"I hope the unconventional actions by bricker both have helped in buying another year of time for governments vendors and the industry in general to get the current iot security nightmare under control and quote the unconventional actions the janitor is referring to are an attempt to fix the infected device in seal the security breaches but if that doesn't work brigher bought will destroy all the files on the devices memory and the disabled or brickette completely even a factory reset won't help it's time to buy a new device janitor claims that he has destroyed two million devices in this manner and many more will follow janitor knows that he's harming the owners of the devices and has no illusions about the repercussions of his actions remember the analogy a used before about the doctor abducting unhealthy patients it wasn't a random choice quote i consider my project a form of internet chemotherapy i sometimes jokingly think of myself as the doctor chemotherapy is a harsh treatment that nobody in their right mind would administer to a healthy patient but the internet was becoming seriously ill in two thousand sixteen and the moderates remedies were ineffective the side effects of the treatment were harmful but the alternative the dos bought sizes numbering in the millions would have been worse i can only hope that to win the iot relapse comes will have better ways to deal with it fiorillo t problem is much worse than most people think and cold.
"bricker" Discussed on Malicious Life
"In two thousand sixteen to team released we fetches original code to the internet so that other winning developers could assist in the read me file attached to the code the writers added a chain of qna where they wrote the following quote question do you feel bad about abusing resources by others answer yes although the amount of save bandwidth by taking down other scanning now where the amount of energy saved by killing illegal bitcoin miners the number of reboots and service interruptions prevented by not overheating vis devices the number of credentials in money not stolen should all out way vis and quote we fetch doesn't harm the devices it controls not intention it anyway i'm sure there are some in the information security community were quietly cheering them on but what is considered an act of good by one person doesn't necessarily match the morals of another and in an absence of law everything is allowed in march two thousand seventeen another such good now where appeared the name given to it was bricker bought and if you know what breaking means i think you're already know where this is leading the john doe who developed bricker bought calls himself the janitor nicknamed that discloses his motives in an anonymous interview he gave to bleeping computer dot com he said quote like so many others i was dismayed by the indiscriminate de dossier tax by iot button it in two thousand sixteen i thought for sure that the large attacks rude forced the industry to finally get its act together but after a few months of recordbreaking tax it became obvious that in spite of all the sincere efforts the problem could be solved quickly enough by conventional needs.
"bricker" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You your gut support you your digestive supportive yet any autoimmune disease clumping into it that gets into the bloodstream called circulating immune complex which is go all of immune cells that are combined with food that leak in through with called he got i've prodi heard of greek we cut syndrome yes we could guts and literally when who particle enter into the bloodstream when that occurred the body to a mouse unamune or a defensive off against those who particle literally little bricker would be the way little gluten it get into the bloodstream the body will manifest after defective responsible the round but little particle food with immune cell and now you're up a lob of immune foul and and food quoting around in your blood there called circulating a meal complexes and the circulating immune cop lexus of then can we will come to rest and your pancreas or the come to wrecking you're going or they'll come to read in your kick me or dot com to wreck in various thought to hear the body and they will initiate a second defensive response against the pancreas a get connective tissue against the connective against the kidneys the bayreuth we call that auto immune to be put it in after level up the and captain did it begin with leaky got in the rock hype food support the microbiome you your night react and you're fiber eight prevented food restrictor calorie it really short same thing over and over again yeah off air we've been led to believe that medicine is a mystery that help is a mystery we've been medical live the more we get medical why are we got bucur not a mystery and it's not a medical issue you know but weren't narrowed comes from middle middleman the matter the medical will a profession hasn't started itself as a middle man the way pre houston circumstances as a middleman between often god now we have a middleman between our our divine healing mechanisms that are built into the body and that are leverage through your common sense action eating less food eating right boot dad away from drug makers sure you're relaxing you're body it'd be simple little things that we say over and over again are really what we need could be leveraging and it there's no way you can underestimate the importance of getting on a good all around mighty 90 essential nutrients crucial supplement program part of the.