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Fresh update on "christie" discussed on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show
"Back to play Travis and buck Sexton show 802 8 two two 8 8 two on those phone lines So when I remind everybody because I was talking to this before one of my one of my theorems that I've posited for a long time is that the Democrats just get away with political prosecutions and Republicans not only we don't do it to their side We don't complain enough about it And you go down the list of all the prominent Republicans that have been hounded by unfair unjust prosecutions I mean in the case of Ted Stevens federal prosecutors hid clearly exculpatory evidence I believe one of those prosecutors ended up committing suicide You look at what happened Do you have to run down the list I mean you've got Rick Perry in Texas Chris Christie with bridgegate I just mentioned governor bob McDonnell before the Scott walker the governor of Wisconsin all of them play hounded by prosecutors unfairly and then the emoluments clause which I mentioned under Trump they wanted to impeach him under this and state attorneys general from Maryland and I think it was another state to forget where one after him because he quote received payments for hotel rooms and events from foreign governments and there were licensing fees paid for the apprentice They were actually saying because foreign diplomats sometimes stay in Trump hotel or something which has 400 Williams It's like they're buying foreign policy Buck when I came to work on this show I got a call from somebody who is a big sports fan but also pretty high up in politics And they said buddy every thing that you have ever done particularly with your taxes and everything else you are stepping into the lion's den And some people will be aware of this but the degree to which rush was hounded by the government over where he was doing his show over taxes over every little thing that they could do to try to come after him That was one of the first calls I got because look I've been doing sports which is fine People are competitive and angry and they get fired up about sports But the IRS doesn't come after you because you're rooting for the wrong team in sports And politics That's what I was told And look the problem and this is me speaking as a lawyer with many of these prosecutors is you can find somebody in charge of with a felony if you want to for almost anything Like every single individual out there if a prosecutor went through every single thing that you do all day long every day they can make a case to try to charge you with something It's crazy You're.
"christie" Discussed on The Media Show
"That I can point to and perhaps we'll have time a little later to say that the way that we do think generally speaking is we try and get ourselves into the mix of people at all levels. If our readers are interested, then we're interested. If something like love island has a real success, we are successful series. Absolutely, I want to know the people who are on it and get to know them and stay with them. And some of them with varying degrees of success have maintained a career long beyond that. A friend of mine who won love island amber Davis, a number of years ago. It was a very successful series. She's actually gone on to be very successful on the West End. She was a genuinely talented young woman who has now been the lead in two shows. It's got another one coming up and I've stayed friendly with her throughout. Others less so and of course, there were definitely occasions in the reality sphere where people continue to call long after their expiry as rather as rather run out. And if you can be polite and gentle about it, so I'm really sorry we're no longer too interested in that story, but thanks for calling. That's a fair thing to say. Okay, well, let's bring it on to the wagon of the Christie trial because maybe not everyone listening realizes quite how heavily implicated you and your paper are in that case. For people listening, remember this is the big libel case playing out in the high court between two wives of famous footballers, Rebecca Vardy, who says Colleen Rooney libeled her when she accused her of passing stories about Rooney to your newspaper the sun. And one of those stories was actually under your byline about the Rooney's basement flooding, Colleen Rooney says she deliberately planted that fake story as part of her sting operation to catch the leaker, I guess for our listeners, the obvious question will be, who gave you that story? And the answer, the only answer that I can give and ever would give is the same one that we gave him in the high court, a week or so ago. So as you alluded to a short while ago, we've been at the center of this to some degree, certainly we were at the very beginning of it. The case between the two of them relates directly to stories that we carried that is certainly true. Stories that don't have to be true. Well, stories that certainly were presented as fact online as you say, they were presented as fact directly from Colleen Rooney online, and then in each case and did play out in court to this effect as well. In each case, we contacted the Rooney's representatives, who said, we're not going to comment on that foot, not a problem with us if you want to run it. Now finally, we now know there was a vested interest in us in those running it. And there is a frustration perhaps of sorts, but I do think the journalistically we went to the proper.
Fresh update on "christie" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The city by 2030 Bowser is speaking at the foot of a pedestrian bridge that crosses busy two 95 at the Minnesota avenue metro station It has bright lighting security cameras and is ADA accessible in northeast Christie king WTO be news Money news at 25 and 55 here's Ann Kate's This is a Bloomberg money minute Wealthy supporters of college sports are racing to set up funding organizations that can channel money to student athletes and the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last year letting amateur players receive financial rewards Bloomberg reporter Carly wanna says more than 60 so called collectives have formed to provide players with money for services like signing autographs creating custom videos or promoting events on social media They are working through collective often leaders that up by donors or fans of the school that raise some sort of money and are able to get the athletes compensated for services So they're very clear that it's not paper play And want to adds that the groups can bypass a college or university's athletic department in order to access players The alumni are able to channel money towards players in a more direct way And so for the donors there's just one more way to give to the Alma mater and make sure that you have a competitive program From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Ann Kate's on WTO Coming up after traffic and whether we're getting more details from the Biden administration about the flights of pallets of baby formula arriving from Europe it's 9 26 Stop right there university painters is having a 50% off materials.
Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?
"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.
New York Red Flag Law Missed the Buffalo Shooter
"No, Matt, I don't know if you were on the air on Sunday. I got a day to absorb the buffalo atrocity before I had to comment on it in between there occurred the Orange County atrocity. And so I'm able to talk. I've been on the air live when shootings have occurred. And I was on the air live with 9 11. It's always hard to speak into that. But yesterday, Chuck Schumer blamed Fox News for it. I always think the Democrats go a bridge too far. I always think it's mental illness combined. And this kid's a racist. He's obviously fell into the rabbit hole of replacement theory and other weird nonsense. That comes out of white supremacist supremacism that needs to be denounced. But what do you say when the gun control advocates arrive? And New York has a red flag law, a red flag law that did not work. I like red flag laws. They're called stop orders in Arizona. Severe threat order of protection. I like that. It didn't work. It's on the books. What more can we do? I also support red flag laws. And I think this is a clear case of the system failing. The system's failing at every level, the shooter was referred to a mental health evaluation, which he confesses in one of his journal entries he manipulated in order to get a pass. So people weren't paying attention at the school. They weren't paying attention at the medical level. I also am very curious about the family situation. You know, he was there in the house with during the pandemic. That's where he says he began his radicalization. What were the parents doing? So this is a systemic failure. And I do think that we have to be aware that this subculture exists online and people have to be very wary of it and prepare to direct kids away from it. But you also need to have a situation where people in positions of authority are aware of these sorts of threats as they emerge and do what they can to stop them in the case of New York where you did have a red flag law. I think more needed to be done to prevent this young man from obtaining me awful weapons.
The State of the Right After Tuesday's Elections
"I wanted to cover two things with you. One, I've got a column over at The Washington Post that looks at Republicans interested in 2024 when I come back to that, but based on last night's election results. We got a dead heat in Pennsylvania. We won't know for a day who wins. Madison Cawthorn is out, Ted bud is in, et cetera, et cetera. What is the state of the right judging by last night's results? Well, I think broadly the right is still motivated by a lot of populist energy. It's still broadly supportive of president Trump and his agenda, the Trump endorsement matters, but it might not matter all that much, and I also think we can say that the rate is definitely energized about the coming midterm election and has a real advantage in enthusiasm.
Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary
"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.
Putin Takes Mariupol, Faces Defeat in Donbas Region
"Putin takes mariupol, the battle for Mario pull is over, but wider Donbass victory slipping from his reach. This is from Reuters. Even as the Kremlin prepares to take full control of the ruins of mariupol city and faces a growing prospect of defeat in its bid to conquer all of Ukraine's eastern Donbass because it's badly mauled forces lack the manpower for significant advances. Western weaponry bolsters Ukraine's combat power analyst says Russia's forces are unlikely to be vanquished quickly even if there's no major new troop deployment materializing, setting the stage for the four week battle of the Donbass to be just grind on. Quote, I think it's either going to be a defeat, but the current force posture for Russia or mobilize the whole country. I don't think there's any middle ground, according to a Russian consulting firm. We shall see.
Andy Warhol's 'Marilyn' sells for $195 million, setting record for American art
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Ron DeSantis Evolved From a State Figure to a National One
"Desantis has turned his state position into a national platform more than any governor in recent memory. People have talked about other governors, Greg Abbott and Texas, Christie nome, as being potential candidates in the future, but I think it's probably fair to say that neither of them are commenting or taken as national figures yet. But scientists really is. He's not just taken as a prospect for the future, but as a national figure now. And CNN has noticed that. They go on to talk about the way that desantis has a cross the board been advancing the conservative agenda. Of course, is, well, his very latest move is to set up, but I kind of love the term, the election police. Now, I don't even think this guy has seen 2000 mules yet, but he's clearly aware that a, there's a problem and B, there's a lot of concern on this side of the aisle about that problem. In other words, no one is ready to forget about well, there are a few Republican establishment of those figure out about the 2020 election. Let's not look in the rearview mirror dinesh. Well, we can't really go forward without knowing the truth about what actually happened. So desantis, I think, has a political antenna that recognizes this. And so he's taking steps in that area. He's obviously pulled the tax support for Disney. And I'll talk about that a little bit later in the podcast today. And on the show, he's taken on critical race theory, the Florida, the state of Florida, that recently rejected a whole bunch of math textbooks. Why? Because they have all kinds of emotional and quote social learning. Well, how do you, when you look at an equation, how does it how does it make you feel? You feel sort of intimidated by numbers. And look, I'm not saying that there's no place at all for some consideration of how you feel. But a little bit of ruthlessness, I think, is the right approach. I mean, I say this is someone who was subject to a pretty heavy handed math education. Memorize this. Remember these formulas. And then just apply them to see which one works in a given situation. This is not ultimately about whether you are feeling sad today. This is about getting the correct answer.
How Much Infuence Does Trump Have Left?
"So Chris Christie was on ABC yesterday. He said, Trump's influence is weighing. He pointed out the incumbent governors. He's against we're going to win. Like that wine is going to win handily. It doesn't matter. And the RGA led by Doug ducey who's no friend of Trump is out there funding a bunch of people. But Ted Budd is going to win in North Carolina and Christie got that wrong. Chris is just wrong about that. Ted Budd has got quite the significant advance over Rory. So I don't think you can say Trump's influence is waning. It's just sometimes he spends it badly. I will take a middle ground there and say that his influence is waning and he sometimes spends it better. I think that I think that if you look at a state like Georgia, it seems as if it seems as if the incumbent governor is going to win. Brian Kemp seems to be doing pretty well. I mean, listen, I actually, we don't spend a ton of time on Trump and punchbowl news, which is not our not our area of expertise, but if you look at a low books in Alabama is falling behind, Trump pads his endorsement record by endorsing candidates that either are definitely going to win or do not even have a primary opponent. He did that in Texas. Many of the people he endorsed were going to win either way. So I think that I agree with you that some of these candidates are falling flat.
Sen. Grassley: First Bro Jim Biden in Crosshairs of Hunter Business
"In the long piece that The Washington Post put out Sunday or Monday actually I think it was Saturday It doesn't matter Paragraph 5 as I pointed out in my Sunday monologue on Fox they said that there's no evidence that any of this is linked to Joe Biden They lied They lie Joe Biden said he was totally unaware of any of his son's business activities He lied Now he said they say he's confident that his son didn't violate any law which is it But there's more There's a lot more The wonderful New York Post Steven Nelson Chuck grassley says first brother Jim Biden in crosshairs of a hundred business probes Senator grassley and I want to salute senator grassley when his salute senator Johnson do you know they've had no support for Mitch McConnell None None No support from the Republican leaders pathetic In fact McConnell has spent more time trashing Donald Trump Then he has been demanding answers from Joe Biden Because that's the nature of rhino world Whether it's dizzy Lizzy trainee or a head case Adam kinger or the cape May orca Chris Christie Or the CEO and chairman of the Washington compost
Space junk on 5,800-mph collision course with moon
"The moon will get hit by three tons of space junk Friday it's a leftover rocket that experts think it's from a twenty fourteen Chinese launch but the country is dubious they had to the moon's far side will carve out a crater that could fit several semi tractor trailers university of buffalo professor John Christie to says it's a pretty decent impact but really nothing to worry about NASA did a mission before we did any intentionally hit a rocket on the moon and you got the clue off the mood to study if there is water and actually did find and find that out so they've done this before this is the first unintentional and he says in the future when there are bases on the moon that's when we can't have space junk hitting it the moon already bears countless craters ranging up to sixteen hundred miles I'm Julie Walker
The Money War Happening Right Now in Canada
"Deputy vice minister of finance, I can't get her name titled right ever whatever. The deputy minister of finance, whatever it is, vice minister of finance, she's, she, her name is Chris Christie of Freeland, which I think is hilarious. Her last name is Freeland. It's incredibly ironic. It's like, yeah, my name is Freeland and I'm now gonna turn Canada into North Korea. And so she's finance minister christia Freeland. Thank you. She's a World Economic Forum graduate. She is a George Soros sympathizing type individual. In fact, I think she ran the open society foundation in one way or the other. She was an officer of the open society foundation. And she has been very clear and she has been quite forthright that listen. If you participate in wrong think, if you say things we don't like, we're going to take your money away. If you speak openly about what's happening in the country, otherwise known as Canada, then we're going to seize your assets. Now, this is something that I want to dive into because first of all, it's completely until the impressive, but it's not just going into bank accounts. It's even deeper than this. Okay, let me play some tape on this play cut 97 where she has ordered banks to begin freezing accounts. We're going to come after your money. This is the confiscation of private property. Play cut 97. Okay, so the names of both individuals and entities. As well as crypto wallets, have been shared by the RCMP with financial institutions. And accounts have been frozen and more accounts will be frozen. No court order. This is not like Al-Qaeda is trying to traffic funds through Canada and a judge freezes the bank accounts. This is a court order. This is about a warrant. She just wants to take your money away. Play cut 98, finance minister
Chris Christie Rips Trump's Jan. 6 Claims: 'He Actually Told the Truth by Accident'
"Because, frankly, I'm getting a little tired of the Chris Christie's of the party. Here was governor Christie. Over the weekend, appearing on ABC's this week with Martha raddatz. The vice president took on January 6th spoke loudly, and I'm glad he's finally put words to it. I don't know why it took him so long, but I'm glad that he did. And let's face it, let's call this what it is. January 6th was a riot that was incited by Donald Trump in an effort to intimidate Mike Pence and the Congress into doing exactly what he said in his own words last week overturned the election. Now he's tried to do a clean up on aisle one here and correcting that stuff, but it's not going to change. He actually told the truth by accident. He wanted the election to be overturned. Donald Trump did respond to what the vice president said. And I think it's kind of akin to the kid standing in the corner holding his breath. It's immature. And it's beneath the office that he held.
Four Day Work Week-Work Intro and wrap
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Andy Murray wins in Australia for 1st time since 2017
"U. U. S. S. open open champion champion and and I I read read it it kind kind of of has has made made a a successful successful start start to to help help Australian Australian Open Open campaign campaign outlasting outlasting Sloane Sloane Stephens Stephens six six up up to to six six six six one one easy easy wins wins as as expected expected for for the the men's men's second second seed seed dental dental but but the the death death and and the the women's women's number number three three go go up up in in your your local local routes routes up up Maxime Maxime Cressy Cressy reached reached the the second second round round after after an an upset upset fine fine said said when when that that however however coming coming at at the the expense expense of of twenty twenty second second seeded seeded fellow fellow American American John John Isner Isner Christie Christie is is joined joined in in the the men's men's second second round round by by fellow fellow Americans Americans Frances Frances tiafoe tiafoe Taylor Taylor Fritz Fritz and and Steve Steve Johnson Johnson and and by by Danielle Danielle Collins Collins in in the the women's women's on on ground ground like like us us
Only State Legislators Amend Election Laws, No One Else
"This reminds me of what took place in the lead up to the 2020 election I'm not talking about ballots and voting machines I'm talking about the law changes that took place Illegitimately in violation of the federal constitution Are you paying attention Chris Christie AKA the cape mayorca Are you paying attention Paul Ryan AKA Paul Ryan Are you paying attention Liz chain asked she's a moron You get the point ladies and gentlemen It is we who are standing up for the federal constitution when it comes to the issue of who sets election laws in the states Is it a governor No Is it a lieutenant governor No Is it a Secretary of State No Is it a board of elections No Is it a state Supreme Court No Any state court No Hello is it a federal court No The framers would never have given this kind of power to any of those entities They relied on state legislatures state legislatures have to amend the constitution State legislatures at least had a voice in the United States Senate at the time before the Seventeenth Amendment not governors not courts state legislatures
Let Us Not Forget Joy Reid’s Homophobic Blog Posts and Subsequent Hacking Lies
"No joy Reid had a blog. 2007, 2008, 2009, before she became a hostel innocent behead. And in her blog, she made a number of posts smearing, mocking, attacking, gaze. She implied that Tom Cruise was gay. Karl rove. She said was gay. The then senator of Florida. Chris Christie. Charlie Christie. Charlie Chris weaver. She's called him miss Charlie, miss charley, stop pretending brother, it's okay, you don't go for the ladies. And another one she wrote, now he's married to a girl, Charlie Chris is being sought for all kinds of good stuff. Quote, I can just see poor Charlie on the honeymoon, ogling the male waiters and taking to himself, God, do I actually have to see her naked? It included a joke with Chris having sex with senator John McCain? She implied that chief justice John Roberts son is gay. She also said this, quote, most straight people cringe at the sight of two men kissing. She also said quote, adult gay men tend to be attracted to very young post pubescent types. And in one post, she said, quote, does that make me homophobic? Probably close quote. Now these posts emerged after she got a job as a host on MSNBC. And guess what, she denied making them. She said she'd been hacked. She was a victim of a homophobic hate crime. NBC hired a forensic specialist to determine whether or not she'd been hacked. She wasn't. She lied. And later on, she acknowledged she'd posted them.
The Coordinated Effort to Ensure Donald Trump Doesn't Run in 2024
"Forget about this. The FBI that can October announced that according to their investigation, there was no coordinated effort during the January 6th riots at the capitol building. So I'm still not quite sure why we have to have this congressional committee investigating all of this after all. But I want to explain why. It is, this is a, this is a coordinated effort to make sure that Donald Trump never runs for office again. That's what this is all about. Folks, you've got to put the puzzle pieces together. This is why you've got Chris Christie out there now, leading the charge. Behind the scenes you have Ronald mcdaniel over at the RNC headquarters, no friend of the president. I know what she's saying in public, but we know behind the scenes there are efforts of foot by establishment Republicans to make sure Trump doesn't run.
It's Time for Americans to Get Back to Work
"You know, governor Chris Christie has been criticized lately because he's trying to get back into the stratosphere with his book, his book hasn't done very well. And he's been really hard on president Trump about January 6th about election integrity. I don't know about Chris Christie but I know he said something on ABC cut 5. He said something that to me is pretty crucial. This is a we have a problem in America right now. A big problem. Why don't you check this out? Cut number 5. Look, workers do it more leverage now, but Donna, it's time for them to go back to work. I quite frankly don't care whether they're ready or not. You know, it's time to go back to work. And if the president continues to give people excuses not to go back to work, he's not going to get over this problem. And saying that I'm working on the supply chain and working everything else is something that this public's not going to understand. He needs to acknowledge the problem. He will not acknowledge the problem. And people then think he's not getting it. Nobody's acknowledging the problem. We got inflation, a soaring at record heights, nobody's understanding. We've got a jobs problem in America. And I don't, I can't get anybody to understand. Listen to this from axios about half of unemployed Americans say health issues are the primary reason they're not working. Mental health problems in America have reached epidemic proportions. If one of the key drivers of the labor shortage in America is Americans physical and mental health rather than lack of economic growth, that means the fed isn't well placed to get millions more people
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
"This episode was written generated by me caroline crompton. Many thanks to my guest. Julius green his wonderful on comprehensive book on this subject agatha christie a life in theater is available in all good booksellers and you can catch him. At the international agatha christie festival in tokyo on the eighteenth of september giving a talk about paro onstage. The stage reading of the stranger that we talked about is on the seventeenth of september at the palestinian in painted links to these events plus all the books and sources mentioned are in the description text for this episode and at she done it show dot com slash the theatrical world of agatha christie. I published transcripts of every episode including this one. Find them all at sheet on it. Show dot com slash transcripts. If you'd like to support the podcasts continued existence and independence become a paying member of the she done book club and get access to two bonus episodes a month and the reading community members will for instance shortly be able to a longer version of my conversation with julius packed with all of the christie theatrical trivia that i couldn't fit into this episode to hear that sign up at she done it book club dot com slash. Join many thanks to the new members that we welcome to the club in august so far catherine charles. Kathy sally. Trina grace car. Kelly l. malloy. Haley and jill. I look forward to discussing book for this month. John booths death on the riviera with you. If you like to join us there still time she done it. Book club dot com slash joy member support for the sheet on it. Book club from conor mclaughlin. The podcast advertising partner is multitude. Thanks for listening. I'll be back soon with another episode..
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
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Seven a touring actor manager named lionel butte acquired the rights to produce a play based on her nineteen twenty six novel. The murder of roger ackroyd retitled alibi. This adaptation eventually opened at the prince of wales theatre on the fifteenth of may nineteen twenty eight. Having been written by michael morton and directed by gerald demaria. Christie have disliked many of morton's ideas he wanted to make poirot twenty years younger on heartthrob with the ladies and she resented having all the people allowed to alter her story still overall. She enjoyed the process of seeing her work. Make it to the stage and vowed to herself next time. However it is the existence of alibi and the many other adaptations of christie's work for the stage. That was not written by her. Julia says that helps to muddy the waters around the extent of her theatrical achievements. of course the whole thing was a bit confused by the fact that other people were adopting her books. Before i perform play of the own and of course after she became a playwright in her in right and i think this is one of the reasons why there's some confusion i think if people see a play by christie they assume it's adapted from one of her books by somebody else was in fact she wrote several places and many of the place you rent. We're actually original plays adaptations of novels. She began writing. What would become her own fast. Play black coffee. The year after alibi premiered. It's an original story. Not based on any previous work and in what would become an unusual decision for it has accused paro as it central character surprisingly when she adapted for novo. She always cuts the character of poorer. Because of her i i play was black. Coffee which was an original play. An original poorest story what she went find as noble ocean story anywhere she tended to dislike actors very flamboyant portrayals of the character toward the actors playing poirot who is distracted from the storyline of the of the current which she was interested in time and time again when turning some of her best known horror stories like death on the nile the hollow and appointment with death into place kristie reorganized them so that her famous belgian detective was nowhere to be seen while this might sound like a bizarre decision from a marketing point of view who cuts the most famous asset from a new adaptation. It was the right one to make from a theatrical standpoint. As julius explains the problem is she is she is actually correct when you think about having a star detective onstage pools focus in an extraordinary way because in a novel and even in the film or on on tv on film and tv the director can cut away from perot. Even if he's in the room or he can focus the camera so that it's something that perot is looking at whereas in the theater if prize onstage you're looking at poirot the minute bara walks on the stage whether it suchet robert powell jason. Everybody just looks at that performance person whereas what they should be looking at is what somebody else is doing in in the corner. The perot is looking at so distracts from the process of the audience. Being able to piece together the the story line with focused on the wrong thing and she realized that. So i didn't honestly think is a great deal to begin by reintroducing. It's a good rule of thumb at johnny. If you find yourself watching a so-called agatha christie play and it styles hercule poirot but isn't black coffee you can be fairly sure that she didn't write it. Although some of the theatrical successes came with adaptations of existing novels and short stories plenty were original plots and some of her plays weren't even in the crime thriller genre at all jeers original plays nights spider's web like verdict like daughter's daughter which because they're not adapted from anything are as as exercises in playwright in probably the most satisfactory over as a dramatist. I mean she. She very much liked verdict. Which was which was actually a flop but in many ways one of them as to companies plays and perhaps domestic companies piece of play. Writing is a door to door to which of course is what when we call him a merry west mccaw book and non crime fiction work which people assume as adapted from her mary west novel of the same title but in fact the book was adapted from the.
"christie" Discussed on hey, girl.
"How are you are you doing. I'm doing so well before we dive into our conversation. I just have to say to everybody. Christie is the human being behind the new. Hey girl podcast logo and artwork. So that's really exciting. I'm really honored to be chatting with you. Yes i'm honored to be chatting with you. I was honored to be able to help with the logo. Yes i love it so much. And i've gotten so much positive feedback about it so good. Thank you so much. so why. don't you tell the hey girl listeners who you are and what you do and then we'll just get right into our jet. Yeah i'm so mining's christina scotch. I'm based in washington d. c. And i'm a graphic designer and a couple years ago started. Instagram page called quotes by christie. Where i host inspirational or motivational quotes with kind of funky unique designs. And yes since. I've started i've grown. A good following created a really cool community that has been just awesome to to watch grow. Your instagram is one of my favorite places on the internet. it is so fun and vibrant and as a person who's like normally monochromatic gray or neutrals are blacks whenever your artwork pops up on my feet. I'm like oh. There's my little piece of sunshine in color for the day. So i am. I'm really grateful to be a part of your community. And i guess i wanna kick us off by asking. What has art shown you about building community over the past couple of years when it comes to graphic design. And how you show up in the world as an artist yeah. I think that what's been really cool to see. My experience with my page is how are can just have this incredible impact on amplifying a message and i think that boasts slash all. I think i've put a couple of quotes in on a page. That have been my own but you know some have been your beautiful words. I pull a lot of words in quotes mostly from other people and so it's not that i'm recreating the wheel in that aspect. But i think what has drawn people to my patients been. I not only share the quote. But i share it also with the design that's captivating and that helps amplify that message in so i think that it's really been a testament to me of how art can just transform the way that messages in words and ideas.
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
"So i think agatha does characterization brilliantly. She does in her own. Way is usually the case in an agatha christie novel. What takes up most of the page space. Looks like it's plots if you just sort of flick through you might say a compensation about primary woman's mobile saying so where were you on the night of whatever and it looks like the plot is happening. But that doesn't mean that characterization is not well handled in her books. A good analogy. I think is the paintings of ls lowry. You know those sort of matchstick men so if someone were to criticize lowry for not paying people properly in my opinion that would be silly. You know you. Don't look larry paintings and go oh he called depict people just because he doesn't depict them in the way that gains bread depicted the so. I think personally agatha christie conveys character and all kinds of layers knowledge and wisdom about human nature extremely. Well she just does it in a particular christie ish way. What if the supposed failings of christie's writing such as flat characters in less than sparkling dialogue while actually all part of how she made her lauded plots so good and so you know people talk about her character's sometimes being two dimensional or some people say. Oh yeah character very two-dimensional but that is actually a necessity of the genre because we say the characters initially as they present to out protagonists store detective. And of course that presenting is way because one of them is going to turn out to be hiding the secret than the mudra others of them are going to turn out to be hiding the secret that they're jewel thief for example of jewel thieves running around and the ones who aren't hiding anything sort of criminal might be hiding something else something emotional and so for murder mystery to work in the best way that it possibly can. The characters needs to be presenting..
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
"You're listening to this podcast. I feel fairly confident. In saying that you think the christie wrote some good books there's a high probability that you decided to listen to me talking about detective fiction because you have at some point enjoyed a novel by the so called queen of crying but just because we enjoy her. Fiction doesn't necessarily mean agatha christie deserves to be crowned queen of the literary pantheon. in fact it's become a commonplace to say that although christie's plots second to none a pros and dialogue leaves a lot to be desired. Leaden humdrum repetitive samy. These are all words. I've heard used to describe it. I don't want to just acquiesce to the prevailing view on this though which is why today i'm going to investigate with agatha christie is really a good writer welcome does she done it. I'm caroline crompton. I've been thinking about this question for a long time as you might imagine but there were two pieces of writing specifically that prompted me to go deeper into the issue now. The first is an article by john. Lanchester titled the case of agatha christie which was published in the london review of books in december twenty eighteen. It's a long essay nearly six thousand words long but the main thing you need to know about it is that from the start. Lanchester sets out his baseline assumption. The agatha christie was not a good writer and that he's not the only person he thinks this it's not as if anyone even her hardest core fans ever makes any claims for christie as a writer per se. He says near the beginning of the article he continues. How prose is flat and functional her characters on a spectrum between types stereotypes and caricatures. So you might well ask what's to like it's worth reading. This in full of course are linked to it in the episode description but suffice to say here that he goes on to find plenty of things to.
"christie" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hi it's jamie recurrently gearing up for season three of encyclopaedia manteca in the meantime we're mixing things up bringing back some of our favorite episodes in many week longish themes our current theme is storytellers. Stay tuned for a brand new season coming in september. Thanks for listening. This is no ordinary train. Agatha christie's crime orient express wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia britannica. Today we're talking about the grande dame of the english. Done it. The jk rolling of selling books before there is a jk rolling. Please meet our dreamer of the day. The queen of crime agatha christie agatha was born in eighteen ninety in the seaside town of turkey in devon england. She was the youngest of three children born into an upper middle class home. Acas father frederick was an american stockbroker and her irish-born mother clara took care of the house and her children's early education after her father's sudden death when agatha was eleven. the family's financial situation became more precarious. An agatha was sent to paris to complete her education when she completed finishing school. I get the return to england only to start a months long tour of the middle east with her mother. While traveling agatha tried her hand at writing short stories and an early novel but wasn't able to get anything published. She did however meet her future husband archie christie while in cairo. They got married right before the outbreak of world war one during the war archie was sent to france to fight the germans. We'll get the returned home to england. She worked as a nurse. And then eventually chemist's assistant on the home front as the war raged across the channel agatha started writing detective fiction in her downtime. She'd always loved mystery. Novels particularly the works of wilkie collins and sir arthur conan doyle so it was a natural fit at this first novel. The mysterious affair at styles was published in nineteen twenty. Her debut work introduced the world to the iconic hair kua paro agatha's eccentric and egoistic belgian detective with the little grey cells and a perfectly quaffed moustache from frog. I am a bloody legal. Belgian perot appeared in about twenty five novels and many short stories. The elderly village spinster. Miss jane marple agatha's other iconic detective first appeared in her novel. Murder at the vicarage in one thousand nine thirty agatha's first. Major literary success came with the publication of her novel. The murder of roger ackroyd in nineteen twenty six. It was met with massive international acclaim and became an immediate bestseller. No spoilers but suffice it to say that. The murder of roger. Ackroyd is an ingenious and innovative. Who done it that still manages to amaze that same year nineteen twenty. Six agatha's mother died and her husband requested a divorce in order to marry his mistress. Right after archie asked for the divorce agatha disappeared it was a legendary and frankly very strange incident that agatha never fully explained like the plot of one of her novels. She told her maid that she was taking a drive to newcastle and then vanished leaving her empty car on the side of the road with no plu as to her whereabouts. The public outcry was enormous. The story was highly publicized and the public closely followed updates in the newspapers. It even made the front page of the new york times after several days. Agatha was found registered in a small hotel under the name of her husband's mistress though unlucky in love during her first marriage agatha had much better luck the second time around when she married archaeologist. Max mala win. In nineteen thirty agatha went onto write some seventy five novels that almost always made the bestseller list not to mention quite a few popular volumes of short stories. her works include mystery classics. Like and then there were none murder on the orient express. And why didn't they ask. Agatha also wrote a number of very well received plays her most famous. The mouse trap set a world record for the longest continuous run at one theater. More than twenty one years. How many years would you give the mousetrap yet to prophesy. I will sit. It's coming next year years but never has an acknowledgement of her. Incredible literary career agatha was promoted to dame commander of the order of the british empire in nineteen seventy one dame. Agatha christie died on january twelfth nineteen seventy six at the age of eighty five from natural causes with roughly three billion copies of her novels sold translated into more than one hundred and three languages. Guinness world records lists sir as the the bestselling novelist of all time. Her wonderful done. It's continue to delight audiences today. We're taking a break for the weekend..
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
"Your copy today. Agatha christie's writing career began in nineteen twenty and last full length novel was published after her death in nineteen seventy. Six england changed a lot during the six decades in which she was writing and we can track that to an extent through the way she writes about the settings of stories in a facebook the mysterious affair at styles. We have a very typical english village of the early twentieth. Century styles sent mary. The village of the country house styles court is meant to be an essex but it could really be anywhere in southern england within easy reach of london. The big house has an expansive park around it and the lady of the house does good works in the village mostly innate if the war effort since this book is set during the first world war. There's a land agent who helps to take care of the estate and a home farm. Where tenants work the land part of the mystery that christie weaves is to do with shock people experience when this template is disrupted and how much this impedes their ability to disentangle. What is real. And what is not mrs. dingell thorpe's marriage to an inappropriate embiid at young woman is tantamount to a declaration of war on a way of life. Compare this to a book like third girl from nineteen sixty six which revolves around a flat share in west london and takes in the much freer lusa social mores of the time in which he was published normal restorick. The main character is nineteen or twenty and doesn't really know what to do with her life but she certainly craves a kind of independence that would have been unthinkable for her counterparts. In the christie novels of three or four decades earlier agatha christie has a reputation for portraying an idealized version of england in which everyone knows their place and the perfect villages untouched by progress. I don't think she really does this. Though i think it's a perception imbibed from serial television adaptations in which screenwriters flatten the chronology. In order to get around the problem of how far i will miss marple might not age. There's a cozy forever. England aesthetic to miss marples home village of saint. Mary mead in the various tv series. That isn't there in the books. After all miss marple is always telling the reader that there is no worse. Oh vicious and dangerous to live as a small village. She derives her detective skill. She says repeatedly from having observed or the worst vagaries of the human character in such a small rural. It'll and that village isn't static either. When we first visit mary mead there is a certain sense of permanence and unchanging. Nece about it that everyone knows everyone else inside out but then in post world war two miss marple novels. Such as a murder is announced. Things are changing mary. Meade is expanding with new houses and new people moving in people who don't come with foam letters of introduction and you haven't got grandparents who've always lived in this village it's a destabilizing force that's woven into the mystery. But it's not something that really comes through strongly on television where all of miss marples cases seem to occupy kind of timeless state somewhere between nineteen fifty and nineteen fifty five. Speaking of.
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
"I've also made an audiobook version of it for those who really liked to him talking about the christie. The first hundred people to preorder the map will get the audio book for free and then after that it's available for purchase. This has been a really fun project to work on. And i hope you like it as much as i d. If you've been listening to this show for a while you already know that. I'm someone who really really loves to research. Amassing information is something. I'm pretty good at. I'm arguably better at that than knowing what to do with it once i have it. It won't be any surprise to you then to know that the initial list of places i gathered for them was a lot longer than the ones we could actually fit on it. I think there were forty five entries in the guide. A my initial list had at least double but christie wrote a lot of books stories and plays and she sent a characters to a lot of different places in this episode. I'm going to talk about the sense of place. In christie's books how own favourite locations on some of the trends that i observed while putting together the map. We're also going to look into a surprising mystery. Connected to one of christie's most famous places own i can christie was well traveled woman both by the standard of time and even compared with how much most people move around..
"christie" Discussed on Shedunnit
"When you close your eyes and imagine the setting of an agatha christie story what do you see a grand country house perhaps or an idyllic english village complete with its own spinster. Sleuth for all that. The queen of crime is loaded for plots she deserves. Praise fas settings to beyond the more exotic locations featured in books like murder on the orient express and death. on the nile. There is a whole network of interconnected seemingly ordinary places that lie behind christie's fiction it interacts with how biography. To the more you read. How work the more you realize that her character's lives a superimposed upon her own. If you've ever walked into a hotel lobby or a village hall and thought this looks like it should be in an agatha christie novel. Then this.
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"christie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
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Continue to point the north at tracy while edging closer to christie then. He kicked her square in the chest. Sending her tumbling down the stairs christie fell back then managed to get to her fate shea. Scrambled down the rest of the staircase in rush. She slipped and fell again then she got up and ran through the self contained flat where her grandma shirley lived out towards the back garden chon chased after her tracy decided to call a help given what john had done the last time she thought he was intending to threaten and scare christie scholley wants. Her daughter raged the dance dez. She would be able to lock herself in shirley's flat preventing john from raging her. The police were familiar with the.
"christie" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"She decided not to tell him what had happened until he arrived back. Christie was too scared to sleep in her room which side on the lower level of her home. She initially slept beside her mother after two weeks. She moved into the spare room next to her parents. Eventually she was able to return to her own bed but if she heard strange sounds during the nod she would ask her mom and dad to check up on them. Kristie also no longer felt safe taking public transport. Her parents would drop her off at work or university then collect her afterwards. She kept the dari and sore. Cancel out to deal with the trauma. She had been left with her. Greatest fear was that chan would be released. She wasn't only scared for her own life. She was terrified. He might target her family or become fixated with another girl by early. November law was slowly starting to feel good again. John was fun. Going to trial on wednesday november nine and then a couple of months kristie parents would be moving to australia. What was initially planned. As an exciting new chapter was now going to be the opportunity for a much needed. Fresh thaw on the morning of sunday november six christie and tracy went out for brunch together. Christie was saying a friend to light at that day but was cain to spend some quality time with her mom beforehand. She was determined to have pancakes so they went from cafe to cafe until they found one that had them on the menu as they sat a night. The to happily discussed their upcoming planes tracy and brian planning to tight christie to see some pandas at the zoo christie planned to wear a panda hat cioni for the occasion as they chatted.
"christie" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"When Josh Chuck we're big racists at the beginning you know it's true but just wait for twenty years from now there'll be like I can't believe we talk. Those guys were ages bastards. You know probably so. There's one other thing I want to say too. So when she lived through World War Two Agatha Christie was worried that she's going to die in the bombing blitz of Great Britain and she really wanted Hercule Poirot and Jay Marples to have a final case. So she wrote a book for each of them One is called curtain. That's poor rose from final book and the other is sleeping murder That is marples final case and In it just kind of explains what happened. My belief poor road dies. Marples just retires but when she survived World War Two. She was like well. I don't I'm not ready for these guys to be retired yet. So she kept those books and had them posthumously published and they were in the seventies and when her Hercule Poirot rose last book came out and he died The New York Times ran a front page obituary for him. The only fictional character to have that honor bestowed on them. That's crazy isn't it? Yeah and also very cool good idea to write those books early on just in case because you never know yeah besides the bombing thing. I mean she could. She could walk off a ledge or get hit by a bus or die of natural causes early. Like you never know. And then you've got this legacy cemented right pretty smart. Have you ever seen one last thing? Have you ever seen murder by death? I know I've asked you before I have that DVD sitting on my desk. Well that's amazing that you have that on your desk and you wait. Is it on your desk at work place. I was GONNA say watch tonight. But don't watch it tonight. wait until everything clears no. It's a spoof actually detective books of like Charlie chained in Agatha Christie and Sam Spade and all that that she helped you know Kinda create but it's actually like a complaint from fans of mystery mysteries it's wonderful book trimming movie Truman. Capote's in it David Niven Peter Peter Falk A lot of people James Cromwell as a younger man. James Coco is Hercule Poirot. It's his great. You'RE GONNA love him so I guess we should say that she did. I eventually Five years or three years after I met her in nineteen seventy six at the age of eighty five at her home in Oxfordshire Oxfordshire and it was natural causes. Not Poison know her. Last words were good to meet you. Chuck anything else. I do not have anything else. Well friends that is Agatha Christie. If you I know more about the Christie Start Reading Agatha Christie Books Agatha Christie like three or four times. It's time for listener main part. I'm going to call this letter from a kid because we love reading these letters from kids. Hey Guys I've been listening to your podcast for about eight months now and I'd like to say I am a huge fan This is Emmett. He's ten years old. Oh yeah love this email. My Dad is even more of a fan of you guys than me. And he told me about your podcast. I am a huge fan of the Atlanta Falcons and pretty much everything. Atlanta related including your podcast. Which is weird because I live in Iowa. I love it. It is a little weird though. Emma you're right I love how self aware this guy I think you know when you grow up in a place like Iowa now professional sports you You know you do that thing where you just pick out a team in a city. Yeah you're like the Bay city rollers you. Throw a dart at a map and go with it. That's right now I'm really worried. There's a professional team in Iowa but there is not there is no there are none right. No need to double check. I've been listening to your podcast. A ton during this corona virus outbreak. To keep me from going crazy and it's worked. My birthday is actually coming up. So I'll not be able to see my friends or even have a party. It would be totally awesome and make my year. P. Said Happy Birthday to me but I WANNA bet you won't read this on the air that Sinn..
"christie" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"She really catapulted later on because she moved some of these more exotic locales but one of the things that cemented her legend as a mystery writer in addition to all of the workshop did in addition to a prolific nece and her extreme talent at this formula that she had worked out was Would still today is considered an unsolved mystery? In fact there was featured on a nineteen ninety-four episode of unsolved mysteries Which I just randomly happened to see recently and She disappeared. There's a whole sub plot tag at the Christie's life that was really surprising especially compared to how boring and normal and just kind of plotting with these instead of tease. Her normal life was the fact that she has this grand mystery. Plunk down in the middle of it is is pretty impressive. Yeah it's it's Here's the here's the back story She and Archie were not meant to be together as it turns out revealed that he was having an affair With a lady named Nancy Neal was a friend of the family and obviously that was the end of their marriage. So at the end of nineteen twenty. Six They decided they were going to take a trip together. A weekend or Archie went to be with his friends instead. And then she vanished into seemingly thin air They found her car near rock quarry with her coat and her driver's license. Their and no- Agatha Christie. No in her car wasn't just near the rock quarry according to some reports like one of the wheels hanging over the edge of this cliff and still spinning right So but she was gone she. They couldn't find her. And so within a couple of days this massive search depending on who you ask in depending on when you ask them ten like ten thousand plus people were searching for probably more likely couple thousand which is still really remarkable for this tiny little area in the southwest of England At the time in one thousand nine hundred eighty six So that really kind of demonstrates she was already a well known writer. She wasn't legendary yet. But this is disappearances the mechanism by which she becomes legendary. I think and this goes on for a good week. I believe right. When did she disappear? December what I think December third is when they were going to take that trip so she was going almost two weeks in a bygone? We mean just vanished. She left behind that car. She left behind the driver's license for like you said she was gone. Her husband had come came to be known to have asked for divorce already so people were like well did he bumper off and she's a mystery writer known for generating stuff like this so even at the time. Some people were like. Is this a publicity stunt. Because it's a pretty good one if it is sure it worked In those a band at this place called the Swan Hydropower Ethic Hotel in Yorkshire which Kind of just sounds like a bit of a Kellogg brothers type of joint. Have you seen a cure for wellness? Well we we talked about that in that podcast did we. I can't remember if you've seen it. I'd never saw it have you yet. I still have not seen it. Hey Miss that much but it is pretty interesting. It's quits worth seeing at least once. I might check it out but any rate they had a band here because what Hydro Pathak. Hotel does not have a house band and they came forward and said hey that's Agatha Christie lady. She's been staying here for a week. She's been in the Electric Light. Bath Cabinet and getting a yogurt animas and having a grand old time so they went to the cops and the cops went to the lead detective and said no no. No she's been murdered and we're trying to find out the killer. I'm sure of it eventually. This detective said well let me tell her husband and husband. Archie went out to check it out on the fourteenth of December. There she was. She was in seclusion and That was sort of the end of this mystery. It wasn't so much a mystery You know she by all accounts seemed like she went there because she had thought about or maybe tried to drive her car into that quarry in and kill herself because she was upset about her marriage. Ending Yeah And then it didn't happen and she just kind of goes on a walkin ends up at this place may or may not have invented an Asia story or may have actually happened to some degree. She didn't talk about a lot so we don't really know exactly what went down with the Amnesia. She said that so two years later she gave an interview with the Daily Mail. Apparently explained the Amnesia by saying she hit her head on the steering wheel but in the same interview. She says that she'd let go of the steering wheel so she basically said like I attempted suicide and it didn't work out a hit my head on the steering wheel and I wandered off and I had Amnesia but the the they think that it's just a family cover story to save face the same. Nesia story and that really. She had attempted to take her life and Hadn't succeeded in now regretted it And was embarrassed by all of this because the idea that there were thousands of people looking for I think it probably never crossed her mind when she wandered away from her car. Now and that remember she was very shy person so this all this attention was very very hard honor so the the family just came up with this cover story that she had amnesia. So don't even bother asking and Archie and she stayed together for another year or so and then their divorce finally became finalized in nineteen twenty eight. Yes so she didn't even mention this in her autobiography. Which Kinda says all you need to know about how much she liked to talk about. This right We should say there was one other thing that did this to. It wasn't just Artie asking for a divorce. He asked for a divorce a few months after her. Mother died and Agatha Christie's mother was beloved to her. She worshiped her mother. She thought she was wonderful. Her mother was the parent that was there for her while she was a kid and raised her It was just a very interesting person. It sounds like Sushi died. Archie asks for a divorce a few months later and then this whole mysterious disappearance happened. That's right and then one last thing. I read the at the Swan Hydro Hotel. She was actually playing cards and chatting with other guests about this mysterious disappearance that was in all of the newspapers and none of the other guests recognized her. It was those band members that you mentioned interesting. I thought so too man. So that's everything. I learned from unsolved mysteries. Should we take a break? Finally all right let's Let's take our final break and we'll talk a little bit more about her later. Life and further success..
"christie" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"This is no ordinary train. This is Agatha Christie's most perfect crime Orient Express hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Britannica today. We're talking about the Grande Dame of the English Donnette J._K.. rollings of selling in books before there is a J._k.. rollings please meet our dreamer of the day the Queen of Crime Agatha Christie Agatha was born in eighteen. Eighteen ninety in the seaside town of Turkey in Devon England. She was the youngest of three children born into an upper middle class home. Agatha's father Frederick was an American stockbroker and her irish-born Mother Clara took care of the House House and her children's early education after her father's sudden death when Agatha was eleven the family's financial situation became more precarious and Agatha was sent to Paris to complete her education. When she completed finishing school Agatha returned to England only start a months long tour of the Middle East with her mother while traveling Agatha tried her hand at writing short stories and an early novel but wasn't able to get anything published? She did however meet meet her future husband Archie Christie while in Cairo. They got married right before the outbreak of World War One during the war archie was sent to France to fight the Germans. We'll Agatha returned home to England. She worked as a nurse. Yes and then eventually a chemist's assistant on the home front as the war raged across the channel. Agatha started writing detective fiction in her downtime. She'd always loved mystery novels particularly the works of Wilkie Collins and Sir Arthur Arthur CONAN doyle so it was a natural fit Agatha's first novel the mysterious affair at Styles was published in nineteen twenty. Her debut work introduced the world to the iconic Hercule Paro Agatha's eccentric an egoistic Belgian detective with the little grey cells and a perfectly quaffed moustache lobby little throng frog. I am a bloody legal Belgian about agenda Perot appeared in about twenty five novels and many short stories. The elderly village Spinster Miss Jane Marple Agatha's other iconic detective first appeared in her novel murder at the vicarage. Bridge in one thousand nine hundred thirty Agatha's first major literary success came with the publication of her novel. The murder of Roger Ackroyd in nineteen twenty six it was met with massive international acclaim and became an immediate bestseller her no spoilers but suffice it to say that the murder of Roger Ackroyd is an ingenious and innovative who done it that still manages to amaze that same year nineteen twenty six Agatha's mother died and her husband requested a divorce in order to marry his mistress right after archie asked for the divorce Agatha disappeared it was a legendary and frankly very strange incident that Agatha never fully explained. And like the plot of one of her novels she told her maid that she was taking a drive to Newcastle and then vanished leaving her empty car on the side of the road with no clue as to her whereabouts the public outcry was enormous. The story story was highly publicized and the public closely followed updates in the newspapers. It even made the front page of the New York Times after several days Agatha was found registered in a small hotel under the name of her husband's mistress though unlucky in love during her first marriage Agatha had much better luck the second time around when she married archaeologist Max Mallon in nineteen thirty Agatha went onto write some seventy five novels that almost always made the bestseller list not to mention quite a few popular volumes of short stories her works include mystery classics like and then there were none murder on the Orient Express and why didn't they ask Evans. Agatha also wrote a number of very well received plays her most famous. The mouse trap set a world record for the longest continuous run at one theater more than twenty one years. How many years would you give the mouse trap yet? I live in fact the prophesy I will sit coming next year. He has never has in acknowledgement of her incredible. Literary career. Agatha was promoted to dame commander of the order of the British Empire in Nineteen seventy-one Dame Agatha Christie died on January twelfth nineteen seventy six at the age of eighty five from natural causes with roughly three billion copies of her novels sold translated it into more than one hundred and three languages Guinness World Records lists her as the bestselling novelist of all time her wonderful who done it's continue to delight audiences today. We're taking a break.
"christie" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"So you've sat at times, you're not helping yourself you need to stop, and he has not lessened. But is he liked that with? His foreign policy team and with everybody else. Well, I'm bidding those meetings, but I can tell you there are times when he does listen to me he has not listened to behind to-. Tweeden stop calling it a witch hunt. And don't do that stuff because it's not helpful. There've been other times where I've given him suggestions, we has listen for instance, I recommended Chris Wray him for FBI director. And and he followed that advice met, Chris like them fall that if I think that Chris is been one of the best choices he's made since he's been president. I think Chris is going to show you saw them with what he did during the shutdown. He's trying to rebuild morale at the FBI. He's trying to rebuild a sense of spree core there and the sense of mission, and he stands up but Christmas standup guy, and you know, you need more people like that in government everywhere. So have been times he's listened to be and Chris gray is one of the examples. I give you we have a lot more with Governor Chris Christie, we are going to actually give bring out guitar. And is going to you're going to play. We're gonna do sing. No, Chris is going to play Rosalita style loop back. And this is something that all be funny. Cacti? Right right back with more with Chris Christie and let me finish. Because title. We are back with former New Jersey Governor former presidential candidate and former Trump transition chair the very current Chris Christie is out today with his new memoir entitled let me finish Trump. Kushner's Bannon jersey and the power of in-your-face politics want to hear about the bad blood, and the White House will I take it away or Mike you go first. Really? He's the bad blood guy in the book, you write about Donald Trump. He has a keen understanding of what regular people are feeling. Are you kidding? Do you really don't listen? I I absolutely believe that he does from watching him interact with people when we were campaigning together. And I didn't think he would we start off by saying I never campaigned in them before Safdar endorsed him. This is the primary in sixteen. We would work rope lines together and the way he interacted with people in the way, they reacted to him was surprised at what we saw that too. He's governing like a plutocratic. The context of that was talking about him as a political candidate. And as a political candidate. He owned her stood how to relate to people and how they took him back. So that's the context of. Okay. That was then this is now. Okay. Well, he's clearly understand it in the very five days in the shutout. Okay. So earlier we were talking about this great gifts that we've all been given. It's called America. Right. And yet nearly every day in his presidency that I can recall he does something to provoke or divide specific peoples from other peoples in this country. So let me ask you this. You've spent a lot of time doing this book thinking about them the campaign, and the administration is that anything I ask cliff SIMS this earlier is there anything about his presidency. That scares you. Oh, well, listen. I think I put this in the book at great length the people that he is selected in large part to be around him has really disturbed me. And I I mean names in the book. I mean, I Michael Flynn. I mean, I think it's one of the biggest reasons I got fired. But about Stephen Miller, a guy that said he doesn't want another refugee touch American soil. You know, listen, I Stephen, and I tell you the truth on a personal level. Oh got along. We don't agree on a whole bunch of things, but on a personal level. I always got along with Stephen. And and but I would say guys like Bannon in the White House. What about Whitaker? Listen, man, my served as US attorneys together. And I think Matt has been put those allowed himself to be put in a really untenable situation..