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Sew Maxi for Mother's Day With Teameaka Ray Grover
"We are talking today about so messy for mother's day are so maxie for mother's eight hours tech the to but you are the so maxie for mother's day challenge and i am so happy to have tea in chris bill to talk with us about that today. Welcome fred no we are. Tell tell me a bit about this challenge. Now this is not the first time you have offered the so maxine for mother's day challenge. Tell me how many years have you been doing it. And how did they get started. So i guess. I'll go first and then crystal you can go ahead and to it whenever you lie so we started about so. This is our third year so we started almost three years ago with the challenge. It's been such an amazing experience having this challenge and we are so grateful to be able to do this again. We started this challenge. Couple of years ago because crystal and i wanted to contribute to the song community by participating in some type of challenge when we first started. We didn't exactly know what we wanted to do. Crystal said hey. Why don't we do a maxi just challenge and i thought oh. Wow that would be really interesting. I didn't know exactly how that would hold up year after year. We decided to do it annually but it has been such a wonderful experience. People really love the challenge for crystal. Is there anything you want. How you sent me a message on instagram. And said you wanna do something for mother's day. And i will say oh. Yeah that'll be fun. And i said how about we maxi challenge because everybody loves maxi-dresses 'cause you just throw them on and put some cute sandals on and you just go. Everybody loves maxi-dresses springtime. People wanna get ready to go to the beach in the pool. We just wanna throw on something and get out the door.
"chris bill" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"chris bill" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Eighty, two, fifty, five, Nick you've been playing around in Vermont a bit. So give us a little of your music pedigree. Squirrel Point Twenty I think a lot of has been one of the more Surreal v Surreal Year of my life. On top of everything else going on in the world. I had launched a new project with some longtime collaborators. Last year, a fan called Western terrestrial 's are based out of the way we were junction area. We pay posner country. We play a little bit of old school country Hank. Williams waylon jennings things like that but our own. Vermont flavor to it, and then we also bring in some influences from the the broader galaxies outer space you sure do and who else is in the band. Western terrestrial. So is a dramatic guy named Jason Pappas. WHO's phenomenal Bass player played a lot of different Mac Vermont acts over the years drummers a guy named Jerry Kroto. The keys player is now Kelly work with the guitar player named Chris Bill You, from Stepford and our steel player. Off, and on as a guy and AC Brosius, who's a longtime Vermont, music veteran. On now lives in Nashville North. So that's one we're down there I'm wondering if you could have Latin. Sorry. If you could name the it the band, the rural jurors. So it was just slightly harder for me to say than Western terrestrial 's well, it's funny because all for years was called Pariah beat and I got so sick of trying to explain and pronounce it but I thought Western terrestrial easy one but. Thanks aid even stumped Ben and Jerry a little bit. I think they stumbled on it during that TV special when they were very generous to lend A. Message Update. From the Ethan Alien Telling Vermont Time is now to rise up and practice radical love that was pretty special. The new album is called back in the saddle of fever dream and on that album is this Song Ethan? Alien. That was written as a bit of a challenge so So we got a note one day on Instagram blue and I've played music for more than half of my not lice and you never get cold calls or notes that's just not part of. The World I've existed in but somehow the record skip and I, think when a slightly different. Reality Plan because KFC secours looked up to for a long time he's the founder Songwriter Singer Front man for Old Crow Medicine Show. He reached out of the blue and said you all are wild. Let's go write a song called Ethan Allen wasn't alien and Jumped right on it and funny I came together very quickly and I wanted to write a song captured. The things I love about Vermont and culture. I've appreciated an absorbed my whole life, and so we try to capture some of that madcap. counterculture energy out of the sixties continue the president is Sasha. Something we export out into the world whether it's been. Jerry's. Bernie Sanders Jen chemic- and the alchemists on Burton bread and puppet. It all sort of rich tradition of. Doing things our own way and slightly lightly different with a very compassionate and loving approach. Did you. Came out of did you have any idea that catch core was into your band or had a Vermont connection? I did not know that he was into our band I did not know that he has connections but I put it together fairly quickly because I signed him the first draft the said you forgot Fred title on your and Aliens. So I know a little bit about something. Deep deep connection to Vermont and. Just, a very. Wild Fun thing this was able to come together and I think it's made a lot of people. Happy. Mom Vermont seem to Click with the songs I did something right or we did something right all right. We're going to listen to it right now this is ethan alien by Western terrestrial 's..
"chris bill" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Dance you for many years kind of give us a clue how old you are you never about his last year when I reach a hundred might as well be known for being a hundred that's really you live good you know that about you did you and you know what I did when I was forty I looked at Hollywood's I liked everything about my life I have this wonderful husband we have three children so I said I'm just going to be for you every year and I'm going to be the same hello I am I am saying yes the same wonderful hair I really yeah bringing you everything entertainment Lori and Julia on my top one of seven one last a long okay it's J. fly for crystal and all I am cracking up so you've seen all the press about all of the Chris bill of Chris legal billboards how it's jokingly driving people crazy I think it's so funny if they only knew Chris they would know what a nice guy is and then so I've been reading all the stuff and then I'm at the fair on Saturday and I look up and there's Chris with a giant Billboard flying in the sky with the plane don't even know what they call those his arms open wide ready to hug yeah ready to help you out seriously this is jade for Chris Lindahl and the reason he looks so happy is cause he does want to do the best work for you especially when he uses his guaranteed offer program for you what is it well if you qualify for the guaranteed offer program you're going to get a competitive offer on your house within forty eight hours period is that not I'm serious forty eight hours that means you not to do open houses and nobody wants to do.
"chris bill" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"And welcome back and we have the amazing low Ponta and low has amazing article also GonNa Discuss our discussions about some preliminary statements of the things I've seen this morning on the Mueller across investigations in the house <hes> and the amazing difference between the Democratic Line of questioning and the Republicans pointing out lots of anomalies and deficiencies and Tump and Miller's response which includes also some pretty strong Hinson Mueller himself didn't right either the first or second report and in fact can't reference back either as memory is gone or he didn't write it. Many of the facts are in these reports that were obviously put by Weisman and his colleagues of democratic attack dogs <hes> what I see see happening here is the Democrats want to get enough Chris Bill to start a get enough members of the host actually start impeachment which is not going to go anywhere. It'll be a democratic suicide because it's not going to pass in the Senate and we have the situation in Iran right now now that I think we should kind of talk about I but let's get back to this little later was Mueller and the Miller I called Miller dossier because you can't call it a full force report because ignored Mr Myth Sudi he made misstatements about the Popadopoulos. There's inconsistencies in the report in terms of statements and the thing I find most disturbing and like half a lawyer could take courses to give my law degree within the year because they've done working so long. I've taken training it. The American Board of Independent Medical Examiners Manners Stony Brook Medical Center in New York City trading as well people need to understand Dr Diggle is like half a lawyer and I can tell you there's no such thing as a <hes> a <hes> ability to say we're going to exonerate great <hes> it doesn't exist in law in any way shape or country in this or any other country. There's no such thing as an exoneration board so for Mr Mueller detained his final statement and report with word exoneration is to load the gun for the Democrats craft started peach mint which by the way was attention all along to avoid <hes> information such as myths hood and the origin of the <hes> of the so-called stolen emails were actually given by a person inside the Democratic Party because they're upset edible Mr <hes> I called Bernie Santa Claus and those were handed out on us some Dr Not by hacked by the Russians. We have really good evidence that in fact the Democrats know these facts but continued to try to think that they can reverse the twenty sixteen election and impeach trump before because he's not impeach he's GonNa get re-elected on the economy and many other things he's doing so <hes>. Let's get into Iran first and then go back to the I call the Buehler Cross investigation and Mueller is obviously showing showing his incompetency. The competency of this team was twenty seven leaks. He tried to save a we did a good job. No you didn't your team whether or not you did lead to twenty seven times purposely to harm trump and every single one of these leaks was harmful to trump in one way or another into the media <hes> so let's go through this <hes> Lowell well sure I we now know that Andrew Weisman in fact hand picked the one hundred percent Democrat hardline Democrat team under Mueller. You're right we now know we knew before that part. Two of the report was written entirely by Enron Weisman and was a sheer propaganda effort. We now from having heard well. What can I say Laurence Tribe Diab- is one of the most famous law professors at Harvard extremely left-wing always spoken of as a perspective Supreme Court justice for the hard left Democrats even laurence tribe after seeing this <hes> this spectacle typical today described Mueller's testimony as a disaster right <hes> which tells us enough to to realize this is not something Democrats want to live on? They cannot live on impeachment. They're going to go down on like a stone if they do. The American people don't want impeachment but interestingly the American people don't want anything else that Democrats are offering either. Let's say Medicare for all healthcare for illegal slave slave reparations well. There's new polling out from the I._D.. T I D I bt tip poll. This is what used to be called investor's business daily but a very fine reputable whole it has also cross-checked by N._p._R.. P._B._S. Newshour merest polling and what they together have found is the public doesn't want free healthcare for illegal border crossers. It doesn't want slave reparations. It doesn't want socialized. Medical will help <hes> run by the government <hes> the numbers on that healthcare for illegals only sixty two percent say it's a bad idea. That's almost two out of three people including forty seven percent of moderate Democrats crafts and sixty seven percent of independence. The people who might be leftist are against it in other words sixty seven percent or posted the Democrat plan to decriminalize illegal border crossings. That's forty seven percent of Democrats crats and sixty eight percent of independence and sixty three percent of minority voters opposing left-wing push for open borders. Oh and thirty seven percent of Progressive Democrats that is the Alexandria Cossio Calcio Cortez wing of the party also agree the criminalizing border crossings is a trash idea in other words they can't run based on impeachment and scan cursing trump and they can't run based on the main ideas. They're locked into their agenda because they're afraid to disagree with their own left. Wing side scratcher basically trapped. There's no place they can go. Well see happening is the Democrat Party is stand is GONNA is is self immolating. They're burning himself to death and whenever it comes after the Democratic Party Unity Call Democrats won't be the Party of socialism open borders or <hes> the idea of taking over government to force most people would be vaccinated or have socialized healthcare. Now I've made a contacts through another gentleman and we were able to contact on junior. We're getting information through directly to the president on our healthcare plans now and I'm hoping to get through information also on our missile defense systems which you need which will tie with Iran and Russia but the thing is that you can have a social safety net people. I'm going to go back in history. <hes> the original ties which was set up in engine Israel was to keep the Cohenim number one hundred going out of business make sure they didn't get animals and started a business and never to provide not only the priesthood class but also they were the doctors and even on the Sabbath of you're sick you could call a coin even they didn't ask you for fee or chuckles. <hes> I am so he's social safety net needs to occur in God's system not socialized godless system and in socialist countries that candidate you've got some interesting stories there but I worked in Canada in three provinces British Columbia Alberta and Nova Scotia and socialized medicine if too expensive to take care of you that gave you lethal injections and they didn't go to committee these decide to do it and both of my parents were taken out that way I was back home during the time when my father had a heart attack and died after heart surgery but instead of contacting me to contact my brother because he knew that he was non medical and he would try not try alternative things need recommended. They just give the lethal injection to my dad. Same thing happened when my mom had a stroke rather than putting her hyperbaric oxygen and in helping her other ways to recover the clot busting drugs and so they decided to give her a lethal injection so in the Canadian system if you either your would non delayed for elective surgery but if you have serious healthcare concerns need innovative Oh care or advanced care that's available like mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy or other treatments. They just give you a lethal injection off you so people don't understand that if you have your health and health insurance I saw it in America the adequate insurance that kept you alive in later and if you've got an extra insurance you went vancouver yet only fifteen percent chance of dying and you've got six months of treatment eighty five percent went home and only fifteen percent. We're ventilator dependent so socialized. Medicine is what I call him Bama Care. Do you like that instead of. Obama I've tasted Imbaba care. It's embalming you and the same thing it's bizarre and you have a story about a gentleman in British Columbia that I'd like you to maybe talk about now because this shows you how weird Canadians are getting and they tolerate too much. Americans don't tolerate describe Americans Democrats have enough sense realized the Democratic Party has gone so far left Democratic vote for the Democrats. You're in a lot of trouble because he said a gentleman. This is a person who may have been born a man Dan male genitalia but believes that he is a woman and as a result what they issued a statement is this is not about why see their various beauty parlors there that offer women Bikini Waxes well this person keeps going to those beauty parlours and demanding a bikini wax and then the women who do that are shocked when he pulls off his clothes and he has a full rig of male Genitalia uh-huh but if they do not give him a bikini wax then he takes action against blacks under the Yes under the British once a scrotal wax he wants to have the scrotum wax. Oh yes absolutely he wants. He wants to be waxed. All over <hes> the British Columbia Human Rights Code and the Canadian Human Rights Code <hes> This person whose name is Jessica Yaniv. <hes> says oh well this is just discrimination by people who are religious or culturally opposed to <hes> make a woman handle male genitalia they do not recognize that I am legally a transgender female and have every right to ask for anything that a woman is entitled to by the way the same woman has just organized a topless swimming session for girls as young as twelve their parents are not allowed to attend with male genitalia will be teaching their twelve-year-old topless girls to do God only knows what I saw something recently about <hes> something where they were trying to trade incense transgender down syndrome children and it was like bizarre it's like where did this come from. I mean I I know people that are transgender sonar actually quite pleasant but to force it on the rest of the population into demand. One of the things that's happening for example with sports is genetic males transitioned mission to become females are always going to be athletics is superior to females the male bodies designed for hunting fishing running around at night with wild animals and so on and males are just genetically superior in terms of these sport activities so the idea of having a female sport. We train email this call. The female now is ridiculous but they can have a third section. Where do they have any male section where you know you can have somebody who Cheney male and female compete? The women are always GONNA lose. I mean it's just yeah yeah many years ago. I suggested that we have a national I._D.. Card issued to everyone and that it would identify you by race so there would finally be illegal standard to know who you're black or brown or whatever it South Africa's apartheid government and there would be a legal standard to know your gender and your gender would not be defined by Genitalia it would be defined by a ratio of male to female hormones in your blood and that way there is no pure female. There is no pure male. You can also rig by the way the racial section of that to say there is nobody who's of pure race. All races are mixed to some degree and that should eliminate a degree of discrimination but anyway if that's the case think of Megan rap now on the U._S. on the soccer team <hes> if she were tested by the standards that were applied to Soviet Olympic athletes were sir block Olympic athletes decades ago remember. It was always joke that the female contenders would have veritable beards on them taking so much steroid so much male hormones synthetic <hes> that they I had turned themselves into males in terms of muscle building that would be illegal during the game but the point is under my standard I guarantee you Meghan wrapper now would not be permitted on a female team because she unquestionably questionably has heavy overload of testosterone..
"chris bill" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Father, tell it, there's a story of dissatisfied patriarchs raging from one generation to the next just throwing discontent. Forward, there three blonde boys, born to the family that arise ninety six ninety seven ninety eight the youngest, I believe or Paul he is troubled in some fashion, he runs around, and he becomes a teenage father in nineteen fifteen nineteen sixteen somewhere there. He's, he's. You would think he's doing well, because he's not an opium opium addict like his older brother, but he becomes a teenage father. He's on married. This is difficult thing to be in that day and age. And so he quickly gets married, and for the rest of his life. According to family lore, he was quite discontent individually felt like have been robbed from him. There's an uncle who does very well reminds me of the Gatsby character, who has a lot of money, and nobody knows what he does who's on call is that guy. You know, who's is that, that must be question. I I'm not even sure. But I know that when he died, my, my aunt and my father and his brother fought over the furniture because they wanted to smash the pieces because they figured money would be sides. So there was a family legend of a man who might have lived outside the law. Let's put it that way, definitely live outside the lock my oldest living relative could not name, what he did. But he said he was shrewd. The blackhawks. Oh, we think it was probably drugs, I think probably drugs alcohol because there are some very famous families in this country that started moving out Kahal used as a crafty. One thing he definitely did was he had a he had a union job with Edison, and he allowed another man to work that job taking cut plus a cut of the salaries so that guys working glory. So maybe play cards at the money, I don't know. Anyway. Your, your father's Father Henri grows up with this legend in the family Henry is unhappy, but they have a day up Paul, Paul. They have a child. Henry, Henry hits the second World War. John air corn. Thirty nine goes off to war, eventually, it looks like he's in the air force, over Europe. Yeah. He he gets sent over forty four. It's a it's a tremendously volatile period of a war. He was on a b twenty four and the average lifespan between about twenty missions, but similar to the war in Iraq. There was a kind of stop loss. The stop loss policy where you do twenty missions, and they'd add five more than it add five more, he got into his the missions for thirty to thirty five and this was over two hundred hours of combat airtime. At that point. He's engineer on the twenty four and craps up. They don't know it, then nobody recognizes what, what we understand, right now is a syndrome from post traumatic, and he comes home has survivor's guilt because his crew all killed in another mission. And he's hospitalized briefly, this early days, there's no psychotropic drugs of any merit. In fact, they were doing a lobotomies in those days for severe case incredibly confused, one wonders, how many laws would be different in this country if the our understanding of combat stress were, you know? And it takes to get out of it years later, he starts to deteriorate, but he's had a family now free more blonde boys. And one of them's your dad, and one of my dad. Yeah. And you know, my dad tell it he never had a chance. He felt like his home wasn't supportive of courses him retrospectively, saying that because he's got an older brother who went to Berkeley and became an executive at a library services, company and any younger brother had a successful career with the post office, and there's really no reason that my father went quite so far off the rails. But if you're inspired to do so you can find logic or anything it was important to you. How ever if I follow your your, your themes correctly, to Tony to discover that this isn't in the DNA. It isn't built in that there was a choice. Explain, please. So it was important to me that, that we all struggle this question of is it nature nurture. And with my father there, there was certainly a taste for risk, which I think I've inherited. And I think it's okay to inherit but there was also a willful. Desire, conscious there where he said, I'm going to do this. It's going to be my, my avocation. It's going to be my life's passion work. It was an expression of what he wanted to be. And so if you chose his life, it means it is mine, and my son can choose his graduates, high school, sixty four seconds class third has class does very well national Honor Society is in trouble at that point with the law, they bring him home. Are there tickets? Well, he's he does get in trouble with the law, but not in any way Dowling in heroin at that point, sixty four that early sixty no late late in that, but, you know, heroin heroin, Ciller two to the present day was the sort of villain of the suburbs. It was coming out of the ghettos and becoming a white middle-class drug. My father fell victim to that, and your his mother Phyllis your grandmother and Caroline his sister. They recognize that he's under the. The control of heroin. And they put them in rehab, very early Long Island somewhere along island he goes to rehab. He goes after he went to a private Catholic high school in New Jersey and did well enough to get a scholarship all on the west coast, but New Jersey was not the institution cultural today to be guy from New Jersey with an accent, and slicked back hair and a leather coat and that time was to be kind of a freak show, didn't fit in transfers back home to Saint Peter's college, and at that point, that's when he really gets into the heroin and the he does rehab. And that's the man that whom the young man, whom we meet in nineteen seventy living in an unheated shack on Long Island meeting your mother. It's a detail here that there looks to be serendipity everywhere. It doesn't look like he's planned this out. It doesn't look like he read in a magazine drug dealers very well. And they have two very cash. It looks like he fell into with Arthur and understood, you tell an anecdote one day, the telephone company. Knocking on Arthur's door. What did you father see, so Arthur's not pay the phone Bill for while it gets up to over a hundred dollars? And the guy comes shut off the line in Arthur. What's the what's the cost one hundred dollars hundred dollars is, but Arthur Conley walks into the bedroom comes out with Chris Bill pays it off? One hundred dollars that was a very rare thing to see various, so your hundred dollar Bill walk off the telephone company, and he realized that this cash, and it's a cash and carry basis. That's what he sees. But it really feels like he gets in incrementally between nineteen seventy and nineteen seventy four. He kind of walks in does your mother at this point. They're not marriage. Mothers, a special Ed teacher. Does your mother encouraged him does she discourage him what is their dialogue about this? My mother like a lot of people in the era of believes that the government is wrong for stopping people from smoking marijuana as she thinks that the peaceful drug drug portal to higher consciousness to all the things you hear about. And so, when my father had the opportunity to connect to Arthur supplier to go up the chain of which would give him a lower buying price voted, make more money. Give people down the down the line, a better price. She supports him one hundred percent to the extent that she tries to get a loan from the teachers credit union. Didn't pan out. They say they'll give a loan to anyone, but they didn't. And then she, she goes to her father and says, we need money to move out on around. Can you give it to us the last pirate, a father son, and the golden age of marijuana? Tony to Coppola the author when we come back sale, nineteen seventy six. It's time to take your weight loss and wellness to a whole new level with multiple offices in the state area. 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"chris bill" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Has been indicted charge for a deadly shooting earlier this year. The officer Giovanni Chris Beauchamp, Gregory Griffin and the head of the suspect was fleeing a traffic stop Essex County prosecutor theater. Stephen says, a Chris bio showed reckless disregard for human life by shooting into a moving vehicle to police vehicle, which Crispo was the passenger was the closest to the fleeing car at three separate locations Crespo fired shots at the car. Chris Bill could get life in prison. If he's convicted on all charges, more shocking testimony at the NYPD trial of the police officer charged in the death of garnered annual Ponta Leo's partner says he thought Eric garner was playing possum. When he seemed to suddenly pass out after allegedly being placed in a chokehold during his deadly 2014 arrest officer, Justin d'amico, taking the stand in Ponta Leo's departmental trial describing how he tried to stand garner upright, but his body kept falling, no one Lleyton. W O R news, things could get a little awkward at the White House today. President Trump meeting with Democrats after members of the house are going to talk privately about impeachment after meeting with the president three weeks ago. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats can work with the president on policy while pursuing investigations. But since then, some democratic lawmakers have been loudly calling for leadership to start down the path toward impeachment before coming to the White House today. House speaker Nancy Pelosi meets with House Democrats to discuss that issue. Karen Travers, ABC news. The White House board voted to give all students. Full fare metro cards, currently only students who live a mile and a half away from the school would get one at least twenty-five workers filing sexual harassment, charges and complaints against McDonalds. The workers who were. Zhang of sixteen say they tried to report the harassment and were ignored or treated as jokes some even so reduced. Ours or were fired and fleet. Week gets underway today with the parade of ship. More than three thousand marines, coast guard members and sailors are in New York this week the annual fleet week is time for folks to interact with the men and women who serve at sea, and learn about their jobs and thank them for their service. The ships this year include a guided missile destroyer combat ship, USS, Milwaukee, and the US New York, it's got more than seven tons of steel in its bow from the twin towers. I'm Scott Pringle. W O RT's time now to check on traffic..
"chris bill" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"chris bill" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Austin, show dot com. Anyone hadn't really talked to many people mainly in the business of pro. And Mark Mellon. Chris Bill came by the house the other day. I was feeling like shit. When I got here, we had a pretty decent conversation. But y'all keep sending me these questions, and I wanted to keep answering, and I'll get back to interview it's people from the world wrestling here. Real quick. I've got a list dream list of people that I want to get out and talk to but with this damn flu, bug and all of other bullshit. I've got a couple of irons in the fire that I've been working on. So I've been a little bit discombobulated. But with that being said, let's go to some of the questions that you. Guys in and here's a new one. And it's just from Lincoln Nebraska coming from Chris. And he said, hey, Steve, I sell the Daniel brand has been pulled from the tour in Europe right now because of concerns about his health and neck, what advice would you give to him doesn't need to shut it down for while. Or maybe change his style. I would hate to see him retire if he had to, but I'd rather be more safe than sorry with the neck injury may. And Chris I tell you what that's interesting thought, I was doing some reading on the internet. I didn't know that he'd been pulled off the tour. I got a chance to speak with Daniel and Denver some months ago when I interviewed triple h and he seemed to be in real good spirits so to hear that his neck problems right now. And I've obviously know that has had some neck problems for the past year or so. I don't know what to say. You know? That's that was the reason I ended up getting out of the business, then left outweigh sooner than I would have liked to and left. A lot of great matches on the table. Let a left a lot of money in the ring. And it took me a long time to you know, get away from that and to be able to move on and do something else. And so I hope for Daniel sake that if it's another a look or the doctors need to take some more pictures, or if there's one more procedure that can be done for Daniel. If he's got a great second opinion that might be very valuable advice to him, you know, for a guy like Daniel, you know, he talking about changing his style. That's what I had to do because I was a little bit more of a technical wrestler before I got dropped on my head. And I ended up going to more of a brawler style which worked for me because I was about six to two fifty five and so. Daniel can change his style and be more of a wrestler. But he has that mentality that you know, he puts his body on the land in every single match. And that's what's hard for me to say because the guys worked so hard, you know, through a body of tremendous work, and dedication and paying dues to get to the top. And now, you know, if his body is starting to short circuit on him that you know, he would have to change his style or do something. There was a couple of times in a match a few weeks ago. He took a few rough bumps I believe it was a match with with Luke Harper. He took a front face into the middle turnbuckle. And there was another back. Bumpy took somewhere in the back. Two thirds of that match. And it wasn't anything. Lou carber dead. It was Daniel Bryan, you know, just working in style. But there were kind of alarming to me because man when you got a neck problem when you see anything happened to that body part, you kind of know what's going on. And certainly, I am no doctor. I don't claim to be but with all the medical research..
"chris bill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our first guests that evening were Coren Tucker and land, pangs Portland's premier creative power couple and friends of the program Koren is of course, a rock and roll legend. She sings and plays guitar in Slater, Kenny as well as a bunch of other bands, these days she's collaborating with REM's Peter buck in the new band, filthy friends. Lance is a renowned director who works mostly in music videos in comedy. He's worked with nirvana odd future. Jen Kirkman and Hannibal Burress among many others. He's also been very involved with the jackass movies and TV shows. So if you've ever seen them do something on film that was so gross that it made the cameraman throw up well that cameraman was probably Lance and since we recorded this episode the night after Valentine's Day, we. I figured we talk a little bit about how Lansing corn have kept all this up through two decades of loving marriage. Anyway, let's go to the stage at the listen up festival in Portland, Oregon. So the two of you have been married for nearly twenty years. Now, how did you meet? I'd like to hear your version. We. We met in Olympia Washington in nineteen Ninety-six. But we we had spoken on the phone, right? We met in Athens, Georgia. In the spring of nineteen Ninety-six coins. And it really tremendous band called sleater Kinney. They're doing a tour for an album called call the doctor that came out on great label run by a Portland legend, Don address, her label chainsaw records at the time plants. I'm just taking notes on different things different real things. You can say that are guaranteed to get applause for. So they put out this record and did a tour in the spring down the east coast and into Athens, Georgia, which was a wonderful music town that I was living at the time and they played a show at the forty watt club. And I went and there weren't a ton of people there. I think it's fair to say. There were there were three of us and. And met Kerry and kind of exchange information like phone numbers with her this pre cell phone for any of us with the idea that I wanted to film whenever they wrote their next record. I was really fascinated by the interplay of the two of them and the songwriting and the intensity on stage, and it felt like something that I wanted to kind of fill in the process of them writing. But anyway. In October of nineteen Ninety-six visiting Seattle primarily with the artist Chris Bill Hemmer. And we went up to go run around with Dave Grohl who had just kind of particularly the foo fighters and done like a tour to with that is that early lineup of that. And then Billie Joe from green day was sort of getting away from the bay area and just going up to Seattle to kind of decompress and get away from all the insanity of like the reaction to their first major label record. Addity more. All this is all kind of like. In this like weird context of all these people. I was not a person that ever got tattoos or that wasn't part of my sensibility, drip, down to Olympia to kind of go to a party at the Martin apartments. Records building and coming down the stairs to add one. More name to the weirdness of this like twenty four hour period. Adam Horowitz, and the beastie boys.
"chris bill" Discussed on Double Toasted
"And I remember, Dan, this is also man like. Learn to shut my mouth that was one of my favorite movies when it came out man of that year. The LEGO movie, I thought it was really cool because. In addition to not being just a two hour commercials. Apprise me how clever was with the goop enough for the kids, and they had enough inside jokes for sure. And it was very witty terrible satirical. The pop culture references were were actually clever. Chris Chris mill Phil Lord man, they had done it again. And they know how to do that. And now they got this. When I hear in Chris Bill, Chris Miller, and Phil Lord, they're involved again, man. But they said, but you know, what only on paper. I mean, you got other things we've gotta do now like get by from Disney trying to make listed as the screenwriters scratch. What I say paper. Okay. But not behind the camera. Right. The this time they're just providing ammunition. They got somebody else out there to do the dirty work in a lot of people thinking, you know, something that was that was a hard thing that y'all did before I only we all know how sequels go. We don't know if you can pull the same thing twice with this. But has a good time wouldn't give it a chance. And not to mention y'all been cramming Legos down our throats. They just been taking. You like them. Well, you had a good time. Well, they went ahead. And did it again got the LEGO movie too? And rightfully so a lot of people thinking really can you make the magistrate twice? I mean, it was one thing they had these other legal movies out there. But when you got some original team who made the first movies as great as it is. There's a chance there is lease a better chance than in most that this could be great. Let's go ahead and take a look at the trailer for the LEGO movie to another one was the tagline for this. Honestly, do it again. You know, what was the the second part which is generic as Hilton. Let's look at the second part, and we'll be back with our review. One. Everything was awesome. Now, everything is. I brought you coffee coffee..
"chris bill" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"A Cumulus station now on Amazon just tell Alexa, play five sixty K SFO expanding probe border talk. I'm Barbara Kusak. President Trump called the new chairman of the house intelligence committee, Adam Schiff, a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. Correspondent Kaitlan Collins reports the canal comment comes as Schiff announced plans for a broad new investigation into Russian election meddling and Trump's foreign financial interests forcing now is Adam Schiff shooting back at the president saying that despite what the president said, quote, he said we're going to continue on with our oversight armed Gatien's. And we won't be intimidated by his Bulger threat. The seventeen member team of lawmakers negotiating a deal to avert a second government shutdown over border wall funding got a briefing today on border security and the wall organ Senator democrat Jeff Merkley believes another shutdown can be avoided since we've already had a meeting of the minds on border security. Before surely, we can get there again. I hope but I wouldn't would I bet money. No, top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer believes a deal can be done by February fifteenth that both parties support if the president does not interfere the House Judiciary committee heard from gun rights advocates as well as supporters of tighter, background checks and the ban on assault rifles. Houston police chief art us veto believes commonsense measures could spare lives I believe that the legislation will save at least one life. And if it's my child who dies I want him to know, and I want God to know that I was here today speaking on that life. Chris Bill Michaels reports the army is developing a new fitness program to check the combat readiness of its troops. The army's new fitness test will be more grueling ED's dead. Lifts power throws and other exercises designed to make soldiers more fit and ready for combat commanders have complained in recent years that the soldiers they get out of basic training aren't fit enough. President Trump finance treasury department official David Malpass as his choice to lead the World Bank. Malta's a sharp critic of the lending.
"chris bill" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"It might to believe you don't wanna kill about him. And then you kind of focus on the woman. Correct. It's to de-emphasized that character emphasize and also she's entangled. So he has his arm around her like, she's already entangled in some sort of romantic thing. But. Sorta looking at each other. Yes, I tell you we could just ask you about the plot of the film. But I think it's far more interesting terp the pacer here looking at it. I design students listening to this. They're going to be fascinated. Chris Bill Heimer here out there. This podcast is for you. Now is a very citrusy feeling. Yeah. Title one of the fruits sherbert. He feels sure Benita me. But yeah, it's one of the foods. What did you? It's right there in the title of one of the fruits orange. What do you mean? One of the foods, you said oranges, very citrusy. And I said it's right there in the title of one of the fruits orange. What do you mean? I'm not gonna say it again because everyone else knows what I mean. But I will say it again, if you like I don't fucking get it. Okay. Under under the Eiffel tower your life can be so love can be sweet life Jimmy sour life can be sour. So you understand that much? I guess. Are you are you trying to say like the orange like that? You know, the orange this right there in the title sweet. And sour. You mean by that love? I think it's like trying to get people to take a chance on love and go see this movie. I think is what they're saying. Life will give you sourness. But right love can give you sweetness. But what about when it gives you lemon aids? What do you when you make lemonade out of lemonades, right milk milk lemonade? How Pierce fudges made? Here's fudge is made in my case. Do your duties come out with an impression you by? How your shits coming? You send me so many letters and emails. Yes. You'd claimed you've got an Email. So apparently he did. Well, anyways. Yes. My shit like that. But no, they're not because I'm lying. The top of my quick stand. Was a joke. That was a joke. Now, the tooth is the quack is where it's at the top of the whole I have to be able to function. But sometimes if you're wearing underwear you and you accidentally duty in your pants. Not in my book, real you. Don't wear underwear tra- until at my big Bush believe. Hey, it's out there in the wild. It's just you think I'm. Do you think what did you say? Do you think I'm tributed neither driven that trip in that twin trim that? Sometimes it's hard to understand, Tracy. Never heard that for all right, Matt. So do you have a slight accent? I can't tell phone east coast Kumbo Bank. Really? I know you're from Burbank up in the born and raised ways in in quite in east booby ways, let's the hills. I had a friend who lived like up in the hills on some street that when the floods came. She sounds like an idiot. She carried out by firefighter sounding. Oh, gosh. She does sound like it idiot. So Matt welcome to the show. Thank you. You've said that you can quit that really or they can cut that later when they get out take all the welcomes out. Welcome to the show under the Eiffel tower is the film apparently life can be sour love can be sweet. So are we to ascertain that you fall in love with this woman? Who's on the thing here? What is trivial personal romantic comedy format you meet someone in? It's an unlikely meeting. So it's like, oh, these two will never get along. Right. And what is she she's like normal, and you're insane. Also sort of like, she's in a vineyard. She owns a vineyard with her husband, and she sort of like the beast. Okay. She's in the Chateau, and she's loan is hot not from the expert. She's hot too. She's like no duty and the beast from beauty ball Frenchtown in the Chateau just outside account. She lingered sad. Are you in does drawn? Are you guessed stone in this or I would be the beauty of your bell on bell? So I stumble into the vineyard another Dudas guest on he's I guess. He'd be guest. Or C lies guest on the candle labrum who comes to life or..
"chris bill" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"I like seeing Roma win best picture, which I guess you would expect from critics because I do believe that twenty years from now we'll look back and be like that was a hell of a filmmaking achievement. Whether or not lots lots of people watch it all the time. It'll be like criterion collection. Sure. Yeah. And Christian bale for vice that feels like it's there's a lot of momentum. There this crazy Thai. Martial ali. I mean does there. We're gonna come to our Oscar predictions later. But like is there any world where rehearsal doesn't win best supporting actor at this point at the Oscars? I feel like it feels like he's rolling. Yeah. Yeah. Plus, you just talk about voting periods. We voted for this. After like in the midst of the all the green book controversy stuff that happened which we will talk about briefly. But like the timeline is we were voting about this after all of that broke. So if Marshall is still one which he did what what can hurt him? Right. Yeah. So it seems like a pretty good list. And it does seem like this list. Feels like. Maybe because I hang out with you guys this list feels like the kind of world that I live in who what would win the Oscars, you know, in many cases. So I like it. Yeah. I mean, Christian bale looking good Regina king winning. Yes. Happy we worried because she didn't get nominated for sagamore BAFTA. So we are worried about her. But she won, you know. So that's you know, upward momentum. Yeah. And the favorite in there for favorite in there for like an on samba will award makes sense, right? That's always been the sort of like the challenge for any individual actress in the favourite is they're all amazingly fade. And it's not even clear who's lead. So bail. A win twice. Yes. Okay. That's funny. We'll let us actor any comedies. Larry's by. This is the first time that I ever voted the critics raise the word, I was asking, you know, Katie for her guidance because she had voted before. And I was like Kim I vote for this in the comedy category. And in the best like, I think I did sorry to bother you in both like not for the final voting for nominating in both like best picture comedy. And she's like sure why not I was like this feels so much freedom. I can't believe it. So that's how I think you get Chris Bill winning two categories because just like defined it how you will critics. So I think further down the line, you know, when you get into some of the technical categories, you know, Black Panther winning for costume design. We're all hoping that for Ruth Carter's, costumes. I'm were you know, I think that would be a great win for that movie. You know, obviously, vice for best hair and makeup that makes sense. A lot going on in that. But I think it's interesting to see, you know, getting these critics is you're not the academy. So it was a different kind of mindset, maybe, but it is interesting to see I manning win best editing, which you know, is a pretty big award, and is a movie that has kind of been by. Some counted out of the season. So I'm curious to see if that movie could actually get a little bit of stuff down down the line in the technical categories. So it would at least have some presence at the Oscars this year because that was a pretty critically, you know, beloved movie that for whatever reason kind of fell by the wayside and at one score to which is kind of. Oh, yeah. People love that. So because of Katie dating. Honor Katie rich and say I finally watched I man 'cause I'm writing something on the via fax for our magazine. And that's what finally got me to watch it because I was so resistant, and I was watching it at home, you know, admittedly, like not with one hundred percent of my self watching it, and then that there's the moon landing sequence which has a lot of score and a lot of the FX, and I stopped. I literally dropped what I was doing. Because it was stunning. It's a stunning sequence. And so like, I don't know maybe if I would have felt it with my whole heart..
"chris bill" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"On behalf of Russia when he was president of the United States. This is the headline in the New York Times. This is the opening paragraph in the days after President Trump fire James Comey, FBI director law enforcement officials became so concerned by the president's behavior what firing James Comey that they began investigating whether he had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests. According to former former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation. Now, this is this is your head crossfire hurricane going on which was the counterintelligence investigation. Started in two thousand sixteen supposedly focusing on Carter page and others through these warrants right now after James Comey is part and James Comey, by the way tells the president three times you're not under investigation. But then they opened up a counter intelligence investigation, which I want and you get very important to understand the difference and the distinction between a counterintelligence investigation and a criminal investigation. Kenner a criminal investigation. And this is what we think about when we think about the FBI these are typically aimed at solving a crime, and they result in arrests of the criminals and hopefully convictions based upon the evidence presented in court counterintelligence different completely from a criminal investigation is generally a fact-finding mission to understand what is a foul foreign power doing and to stop anti American activity. Protect the secrets of the intelligence community. Protect the nation's critical assets Kanter the activities of foreign spies. Keep mass weapons of mass destruction from falling into the wrong hands, and that's taken directly from the FBI's mission statement on the internet if you wanted to know two different types of inquiries J. So the FBI told the president he was not under investigation. I want to play that for everyone. That's number fourteen. Did you limit that statement? To counter intelligence investigation, sir. Where you talking about any kind of FBI investigation. I didn't I didn't use the term counterintelligence. I was speaking to him. And briefing him about some salacious and unverified. Material. It was in the context of that. That he had a strong and defensive reaction about that not being true. And my reading of it was it was important for me to assure him. We were not personally investigating him. So he says we're not personally investigating. He says it's not a counterintelligence investigation going on. And yet now we're saying two days after he's or within days after he was fired. He has a counterintelligence investigation. You are in the military for a long time. Colonel Smith counterintelligence investigation would be a big deal against anybody including us sitting president. It's never been launched. He's kind of move. Yes. Makes j Edgar Hoover's tactics. Who's in charge of the who remember under article to the constitution? They all work for the president of the United States. Absolutely. Yeah. This is alarming. It's also alarming J that someone who still works at the FBI leaked this story last week to the New York Times, I find that pretty incredible to MRs law enforcement officials familiar with it. Here's the deal. It's apparent that. The FBI avenged the firing of James Comey by launching an investigation with the president of the United States, and my I have two questions. How far in advance was this counterintelligence investigation planned and even more? So did James Comey design a trip wire to launch this investigation bed? If I lose my job. Here's what you do. It looks like a trip was designed that if James Comey gets fired. This is what we do because this investigation started days after his firing. Yeah. Yeah. I think we should go to the phones. One eight hundred six eight four hundred ten we don't have time right now. But there are a lot of good call. And there's a phone line open. So if you want to give us a call one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten so let me tell Chris Bill William, and Jerry and Todd hang on the line..
"chris bill" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And now chief counsel for the American Center for law and Justice. Jay seculow headline over the weekend. FBI open inquiry into whether Trump was secretly working on behalf of Russia. That's headline secretly working behalf of Russia when he was president of the United States. This is the headline in the New York Times. This is the opening paragraph in the days after President Trump fire James Comey, FBI director law enforcement officials became so concerned by the president's behavior what firing James Comey that they began investigating whether he had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests. According to former former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation. Now, this is this is your head crossfire hurricane going on which was the counterintelligence investigation. Started in two thousand sixteen supposedly focusing on Carter page and others through these awards right now after James Komi is fired and James Comey, by the way tells the president three times you're not under investigation. But then they opened up a counter intelligence investigation, which I want Andy and get very important understand the difference and the distinction between a counterintelligence investigation and a criminal investigation. Kanner a criminal investigation. And this is what we think about when we think about the FBI these are typically aimed at solving a crime, and they result in arrests of the grandmas and hopefully convictions based upon the evidence presented in court counter intelligence different completely from a criminal investigation is generally a fact finding mission to understand what is a foul foreign power doing and to stop anti American activity. Protect the secrets of the intelligence community. Protect the nation's critical assets Kanter the activities of foreign spies. Keep mass weapons of mass destruction from falling into the wrong hands, and that's taken directly from the FBI's mission statement on the internet if you wanted to know two different types of inquiries J. So the FBI told the president he was not under investigation. I wanna play that for everyone. That's number fourteen. Did you limit that statement? Meant to counter intelligence investigation, sir. Were you talking about any kind of best occasion? I didn't. I didn't use the term counterintelligence. I was speaking to him. And briefing him about some salacious and unverified. Material. It was in the context of that. That he had a strong and defensive reaction about that not being true. And my reading of it was it was important for me to assure him. We were not personally investigating him. So he says we're not personally investigating him. He says it's not a counterintelligence investigation going on. And yet now we're saying two days after he's or within days after he was fired. He has a counterintelligence investigation you were in the military for a long time. Colonel Smith Karen investigation would be a big deal against anybody including a sitting president. It's never been launched that he's kind of move. Yes. What makes j Edgar Hoover's tactics? Who's in charge of the who remember under article to the constitution? They all work for the president United States. Absolutely. Yeah. This is alarming. It's also alarming J that someone who still works at the FBI leaked the story last week to the New York Times, I find that pretty incredible to MRs law enforcement officials familiar with it. Here's the deal. It's apparent that. The FBI avenged the firing of James Comey by launching an investigation with the president of the United States, and my I have two questions how far in advance was intelligence investigation planned and even more. So did James Comey design a trip wire to lock this investigation that if I lose my job here is what you do. It looks like a trip was designed that if James Comey gets fired. This is what we do because this investigation started days after his firing. Yeah. Yeah. You go to the phones. One eight hundred six eight four ten we don't have time right now. But there are a lot of good calls and there's a phone line open. So if you wanna give us a call one eight hundred six eight four thirty one ten so let me tell Chris Bill William Jerry and Todd hang on the line..
"chris bill" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"At my bookie on the fucking door. You pay you when you get paid. I right where am I here? Thirty fucking minutes. Shit. I opened up getting sick. You're how much vitamin C D after take, you know? Grab one of these goddamn packets. I'll drink one. Now do this fucking hotel. I can't figure out I can't figure out how to turn on the fucking heat. You know, but one of the things the only thing I hate more than not being able to turn on the fuck and heat is having to call down at the front desk. And then they got to send somebody up. I I'd rather sit here and get sick. Here we go a little bit of fucking Offenbach. Bottled water. The can get seltzer on my podcast to advertise. Little five CPAC it here. This is how you do. Hated anybody else on Twitter that hilarious little. I don't know. Is it a gif? Is that picture? I don't know. What the fuck you call it? You know, they'll divo- somebody made one that was bell biv in Willem Defoe. So it was Bill. The default. And that's the kind of ship. That's the kind of shift that fuck it off. I love that silly shift. All right there. We go. Chris Bill, stirring it with your finger. You fucking animal. What is wrong with you? I right down the hatch. Here we go. Ghozlan stuff fishing. All right. So anyways. Yeah. So we go to room service. As far as I can tell the top three things on room service in Germany are a hamburger, Venus schnitzel or spaghetti. And I actually went I was in Munich. I got some Diener schnitzel which I always thought was like a fucking hot dog. But it's pork cutlet. That's breaded. It was walking delicious. That's what killing me about being here in Germany. I haven't had time to get like a proper German meal just been traveling so much, and you know, I I'm never going to do ancestry dot com. But as far as the names in my family tree, I know, I am mostly German. Bye. Love the ship hose fucking sausages in fucking beer. And all that kills me. Tell you the next time I come here to Germany, which I'm definitely gonna do because it's been so much fun. I am going to be beyond off the wagon. I'm trying all these fucking be. I'm gonna book myself out here in October fest. I going to buy a little beyond these October fest. Outfit. Outfit and I'm going to fucking drink. My off. But not on this tour. Oh, Billy, no fun. It's coming up on fifty days. Just being a fucking douche bag. Anyways. So it's Clough head here. Let's read some of these fucking thanks for the week. Just another one about Poland are very excited to go to Poland to very excited to go to Berlin, all like all the rest of this tour is just gonna be just a bunch of by. Just a bunch of shutter never seen. I would speak in guess who came out to the show last night. Guess who the fuck showed up one of my favorite drummers, one of the greatest drummers in the world. Benny grab. Showed up with his lovely girlfriend. I hate naming names and everything but everybody knows that the funky has right. He I couldn't vote. You know, I it's just it's unbelievable..
"chris bill" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation. They plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to. Senate and say, hey. Okay. One we passed again. And then a shorter term on the department. The focus is on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding while funding funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into negotiate. Yeah. That's. You know, let's negotiate while the government's open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president supports and the president has indicated they hit any depart for. Okay. So, but they haven't they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about. When they did the last series of spending dolls, they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing thing for them to do certain specific things along reporter increase security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that had essentially been negotiated. Chris Bill again, just until February eight border security money, but Donald Trump wants while we're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in that will there not be that on Thursday. Some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown hanging over things, so. Stories about the diverse congress. The first time the congress will have more than one hundred women taking part he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but we just can't write about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, the likely on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor, but the interesting every flex affected. Congress is changing. But when you have a government shutdown that ended up being a story. Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but he wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently. Explain that well, it could wanting to see some Republican senators facing different pressures because they're up for reelection. And we do have some Republican senators up for reelection in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats alert side who are just simply saying we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against democrat. They're just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about the campaign against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the Puerto the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter, Natalie Andrews..