Monday, July 16, 2018

37 76 101 138 157 288 | Emery, former NHL goalie, dies at 35, July 15, 2018


Ray Emery, a goaltender who played 11 NHL seasons with the Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks, died in Hamilton, Ontario, on Sunday. He was 35.

The cause of death was drowning, the Hamilton Police Service said Monday. Emery was reported missing at 6 a.m. ET on Sunday in Hamilton Harbor and his body was found at 2:50 p.m. ET near where he was last seen, police said.




Ray Emergy was a former NHL goalie (goaltender) who used to play on the Philadelphia Flyers.
101 is the 26th prime number


In the English full reduction cipher, the main title adds up to 199.

199 is the 46th prime number  pronounced = 46. deceased = 46. sacrifice = 46




 Ray Emery was a Canadian professional ice hockey goaltender who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) for 11 seasons.


From the date that Ray Emery died (7/15/18) to his next birthday (9/28/18) is a span of 75 days, 76 counting the end date.


Right below, you will see that it is also a span of 2 months and 13 days, like 213.


On the bottom right hand corner, you will see that it is a span of 10 weeks and 5 days, like 105

10 weeks and 6 days, like 106 counting the end date.


Ray Emery died on July 15, 2018, date written 7/15 or 15/7

157 is the 37th prime number
Ottawa = 37. Chicago = 37. Los Angeles = 37

 The main header of this NHL article regarding Ray Emery's death summed to 138 using the full English reduction cipher.

138 is an interesting number being as that it's divisors sum to 288.

(1 + 2 + 3 + 6 + 23 + 46 + 69 + 138 = 288)

The cause of death was drowning, the Hamilton Police Service said.



Ray Emery died on a date numerology of 33.
Date numerology: 7/15/2018 = 7+15+18 = 33


Is this a sign that the Anaheim Ducks are about to win the Stanley Cup in the coming years?

78 79 233 811 | Disney cast member killed in 'industrial accident,' July 9, 2018


A cast member at Walt Disney World was killed in an industrial accident near the resort's Pop Century hotel on Monday, according to local reports.

The Orange County Sheriff's Office told WFTV-TV it received a 911 call around 9:18 a.m. near the resort property, where first responders "found a male in his late 30’s unconscious.

The victim was pronounced deceased on scene by Reedy Creek FD." Authorities did not release further details about the incident, but the president of Walt Disney World Resort called it a "tragic accident" in a statement to Fox News.



 811 is the 141st prime number

Using the Septenary cipher, the header sums to 199. 199 is the 46th prime number
pronounced = 46. deceased = 46. sacrifice = 46


In the header, the phrase 'industrial accident' is emphasized.

deceiving = 78
 

"All of us at Walt Disney World Resort are deeply saddened today by the loss of one of our Cast Members," George A. Kalogridis, president of Walt Disney World Resort, said in a statement. "This is a tragic accident, and we are providing resources and care for those impacted and are working closely with the proper authorities to understand how this happened."

Emergency vehicles could be seen responding to the area, and an investigation is ongoing, local officials told news outlets.

The incident took place near the Pop Century Resort and a nearby golf course, according to WESH-TV.

This DisneyWorld cast member death comes on the 9th day of July, date written out as 7/9 or 9/7.
a nearby golf course = 79. Disobey = 79. Murder = 79. Emergency vehicles = 97. WESH-TV = 97. Death = 97

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

317 353 1033 | Medicare spent $2 billion for one drug as the manufacturer paid doctors millions, June 29, 2018


More than 80% of doctors who filed Medicare claims in 2016 for H.P. Acthar Gel -- a drug best known for treating a rare infant seizure disorder -- received money or other perks from the drugmakers, according to a CNN analysis of publicly identified prescribers.

The analysis, which looked at doctors who filed more than 10 Part D claims, found that the drugmakers -- Mallinckrodt and Questcor -- paid 288 prescribers more than $6.5 million for consulting, promotional speaking and other Acthar-related services between 2013 and 2016. Mallinckrodt purchased Questcor in 2014. 
317 is the 66th prime number


*(If you look at the number 317 upside-down, it resembles the word 'LIE'.)


353 is the 71st prime number






   

At about the same time, Medicare spending on Acthar rose dramatically -- more than tenfold over six years. Medicare spent nearly $2 billion on Acthar from 2011-2016, according to the agency's data -- even though some doctors say an equally effective treatment would have cost a tiny fraction of that amount.

Medicare spending on Acthar from 2013-2016 accounted for nearly $1.8 billion.

Acthar is best known for treating babies with infantile spasms, a rare and catastrophic form of epilepsy. Hartung, an associate professor at Oregon State's College of Pharmacy, said he found it troubling the drug is being marketed in adult medicine, with taxpayers footing the bill for hundreds of millions of dollars.


Look at what time this article was updated at, 2:23 PM