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Negotiations Continue For New COVID-19 Relief Bill
"But lawmakers lawmakers say say there's there's still still a a way way to to go go before before reaching reaching a a deal. deal. Treasury Treasury Secretary Secretary Stephen Stephen Yeochan, Yeochan, it it is is a a priority priority for for the the president. president. To To make make sure sure that that we we deal deal with with the the issue that unemployment has run out and the rental affection. CBS reporter Christie Collision reports on a
Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Curtis Sliwa
"Now I hope Catch that Juliet. You might be able to explain this to me because nobody so far has Of all the potential candidates that President Trump had to sit and perform. Like Joe Biden would in the debates that it coming up. They always do this debate prep. Yeah, they try toe pick somebody. Who has some of the same idiosyncrasies characteristics of the very person they're going to debate. Well out of all the people that President Trump could have chosen to be the stand in for Joe Biden. He chose shabu. L have fake Chris Christie. Yes, he did. I think I'm saying there is like nothing. First of all his hooch. Well, that doesn't It's not the aesthetics that are really the key. Here. It's being able Tio debate someone that is going to throw things at you that that might be similar to what a bite and might do. Mom. Listen, I think this is a huge compliment to Chris Christie. I think it shows that Chris Christie was probably in Trump's mind his most formidable foe. And Trump actually says he was tougher to deal with than Hillary Clinton. Wait a check and I'm not in favor of the sham. Jerry Kushner, As you know, I'm at the right hand off my father. Yeah. Donald Trump. Hey, Chris Christie as you not fire jazz. He did your corrupt father he put in jail. He did. That is very true. But you know, that's the kind of guy that you want. Trump. Going up against Jared, if that's what you want, Uh, you know, this is a guy and the reason for that is because Trump is going to have to deal with arrogance, smug behavior, mocking, taunting, triggering all that stuff. That's exactly what If I were going to be managing his foe for this debate, I would say these are all the things that you need to focus on. Because you need to rattle Trump. You just need to see him lose his marbles. And Chris Christie's gonna be really good at that. I have a feeling Oh, I for the life of me. I cannot understand what Well, who else would be team Trump chose? L.
Anti Masker vs. David C. Smalley
"One thing about having. A show for so long. As I'm able to build relationships with people. And many of you who've been along the journey with me for so many years know that we love going back and checking up on folks who have been on the show and I would say there's probably out of all the shows we've had this episode I think four, hundred, seventy, five. Holy. Moly. We can really close a five hundred episodes and now that I'm doing two week at least for the time, it's getting there faster. And over ten years out of all that time in all those hours, they're probably still only. Somewhere between five and ten guests that stand out as just the fans absolute favourite like the people that you just absolutely fall in love with. John. Christie, was one of those for sure Kathy Taylor has been one of those for sure the youth pastor John, Gerry has been one of those for sure and I can't name them all I. Don't have a top ten list in my opinion necessarily but the ones I just hear the most from the ones that the listeners really just sort of latch onto in an email me on a regular basis and go hey man, do you have an update on this person? How were they doing or what's going on with this person? Will. Today's guest is absolutely in that list. He's he's one of these guests who came on. And at first angered some people right but. At the same time just started to sort of stroke the heartstrings of so many listeners wanted to reach out to him and make sure he was okay and Sometimes they did it through me sometimes, they may have found on social media I don't know, but it was a very it was it was a loving moment and I even went on a comedy tour. And I was I was doing comedy in Arizona, and this was like last year brought me some time in summer. And a listener came up to me after a comedy show and was like man. That episode just changed my perspective on so much I need to know an update. How's he doing? And the reason it was so impactful because he first came on the show and I think the title of the show was ex gay Christian versus David Small. And he sort of gave the story of how he was no longer gay. He prayed about it God took the urges away and then he was on arguing the Christian. Position. And I just kept thinking was Man. I really hope you know that when the urges do come back or or whatever goes away that that he remembers this conversation and sure enough he did and six months later he came back on the show to inform us that when he did have the urge again and Saul Saul someone that we thought was really attractive. His first two words were damaged David and we had a huge laugh about that and I really connected with this guy, and then he sort of came around to say you know what really a choice. It's a part of who I am and he began challenging religion and in posting differently, and it was just an absolute transformation and I've really valued our friendship. and then he got really popular on Tiktok, and I mean well over two hundred thousand followers on Tiktok as instagram started to grow as well and I was really proud of him. He was taking stances about homework and public schools and he was getting more and more passionate and I love watching his audience grow in watching his passion grow and I just I'm really fond of this guy think he's an absolutely wonderful person and I've seen him go through their struggle and I'm have been proud to call him a friend. And so you can imagine. My absolute dismay. And heartbreak. When I opened instagram. And I see him post. This. I hear these left-wing authoritarian fascist say it's only a mask what you have to worry about. You know they told the Jews the same thing it's only tattoo. What you have to worry about. It's only a gold star. What do you have to worry about? It's only a work camp what do you have to worry about? It's only gas chamber what do you have to worry about? Make It make sense? Ouch.
Trump Replaces Brad Parscale as Campaign Manager, Elevating Bill Stepien
"Re election campaign has a new guy at the helm, someone well known in New Jersey political circles. Here's Kay Whateveryou satyrs. The bureau chief, David Madden. Bill Stepien managed both of Chris Christie's gubernatorial campaigns and serve this a deputy chief of staff but fell out of favor after the Bridgegate affair. He worked for the Trump campaign four years ago and signed on for this run as well. Mom with University pollster Patrick Murray isn't surprised by the change of the top of Trump's campaign management chart, but suggest that Stepien shouldn't get comfortable in that job. We might also see another campaign manager replaced in before this is all said and done. Doorstep being serving another world that seems to be. What happens with the Trump campaign is even as these people replaced according to endow ski, they still hang around. Murray was noncommittal on whether Stepien Khun turn things around in less than four months. But remember this, Hillary Clinton held a comfortable lead that far out, Trump closed the gap and found a way to an electoral college victory. So don't rule it out.
Trump demotes campaign manager Brad Parscale
"Trump has a new reelection campaign manager. Pride Par Scale is Out and former White House political director Bill Stepien is in that's Caitlin Collins reports. He's just demoting him to senior adviser and instead promoting the deputy campaign manager Bill Stepien to be the actual campaign manager and replace Brad par scale. And of course that comes Not only after the fallout that we saw from the president's rally in Oklahoma but also Poles that came out today and the Poles that we've been seeing for weeks. Some of them have the president down double digits to Joe Biden. Other polls have the president cutting into Biden's lead, significantly stepping and used to be an adviser to Chris Christie. He was fired in the Bridgegate scandal.
Brad Parscale replaced as Trump's campaign manager
"Well in the clearest possible sign that Donald Trump knows he is losing his reelection campaign. Donald Trump tonight fired his campaign manager Brad parcel who had never run a political campaign of any kind in his life before typical trump higher, it is yet another trump firing that proves donald trump was lying when he told his motors for years ago that he hires the best people. Donald Trump's new campaign manager appointed. Tonight is bill, Stepien who was fired by Chris Christie. When Christie was the governor of New Jersey and Bill. Stepien was implicated in the scandal that. Ended Chris. Political career, the closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge to punish a local New Jersey mayor who was judged to be not loyal enough. To Chris Christie. And so tonight. We have the full accounting. Of just how much of a Disaster Donald Trump's first campaign rally during the coronavirus pandemic actually
Chrissy Teigen Posted a Video of John Legend in the Shower on Her Instagram Story
"Teigen. Did you see this video that she shared of John legend in the shower? So they have one of those clear showers and Christie was filming him? And like had early hand over his little butt area. But like that's the new talent, take tac challenges to film your man in the shower with it, like, I don't know if that would go well, the other way,
Polls show Trump is losing to Joe Biden
"President trump, Joe Biden, spurring the economy, one of the areas where president trump still holds an advantage over Joe Biden. Let's talk about the race now on our roundtable joined by Chris Christie. RAHM Emanuel. Amanda Carpenter former top staffer for Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Jim Demint now congress at the Bulwark Anzor, Lena Maxwell senior director progressive programming for Sirius Xm author of the end of white politics. Welcome to all of you and Ramleh me begin with you Joe. Biden has about a nine point lead in national polls right now, leading in all the battleground states some Democrats. Now talking about going into George going into Texas, is that overconfidence. yes, and no I think on the straight point I always think. You have right now. Don't get confused with the national polls. They are very very good, but while he is the vice president is up in the battleground states. I would right now number one goal secure those top battleground states before you expand the field. Keep your eye on those opportunities that approach and I. Think Right now I wouldn't spiked the ball on the twenty yard line we. We know what happened. In Two thousand sixteen focus right now on securing Michigan Pennsylvania Wisconsin Arizona. Florida the in North Carolina. That's what I would do, and then look strategically about which of those opportunities right now you have an election. George were the American. People basically want a president who solves problems and not be the source of problems, and that's the Opportunity Democrats have right now.
66-year-old woman accused of driving into Bloomington protesters arrested
"Of the red car that ran over protestors in Bloomington has been arrested. Christie Bennett was taken into the Monroe County Jail Wednesday night. The Herald Times says she was the driver that was seen in a social media video driving over protesters who are supporting box Booker. She's charged with criminal recklessness and leaving the scene of an accident. One protests, protestors suffered cuts and bruises. Another was taken to the hospital with head injuries.
President Trump Brings Big Fireworks Displays Back To Mt. Rushmore
"To South Dakota and Mount Rushmore now that is where president trump will celebrate independence day this evening. He along with seventy five hundred other people will be treated to a three hundred fifty thousand dollar fireworks display. That is courtesy of south. Dakota taxpayers trump takes credit for reviving the big displays after environmental concerns, stop them in two thousand nine, South Dakota public broadcasting's Seth tupper reports on why the fireworks were banned, and how the president brought them back. Big expensive firework shows like this one erupted in color over the carped heads of Rushmore. Every July for about a decade. But the National Park Service put a stop to it after two thousand nine because of pollution and the wildfire risk to the surrounding black hills national forest. In January president, trump said those aren't good reasons to cancel a fireworks display. They say what can burn stone stone. So, nobody knew why they just set environmental reasons, so I called up our people, and within about fifteen minutes we got it approved, and you're going to have your first. Big Fireworks Display at Mount, Rushmore and I'll try get out there if I can. Right I would say that those comments are not informed comments, and that information is out there what the impacts were Cheryl. Schreier was superintendent of Mount, Rushmore National, Memorial from twenty ten until last year. When the big displays started in nineteen, ninety eight dozens of firefighters had to be stationed in the forest nearby to put out fires started by falling embers debris from the exploded fireworks. Shells delivers the forest in two thousand sixteen, a chemical link to fireworks called perchlorate was found in drinking water wells at Mount, Rushmore levels are not regulated in South Dakota or really, but they remain higher than standard set by Massachusetts and California. Schreier, said it all added up to a consensus when she was in charge, fireworks were not going to be a part of Mount Rushmore any further, but shortly after taking office in two thousand eighteen Republican governor Christie Gnome says she asked. President trump to bring the fireworks back. Footage of them aired all over the world, boosting South Dakota's tourism industry and he ever since then has kind of I. Don't know taking the bull by the horns you know been. Passionate about it a park service environmental review concluded in April found. The fireworks will not have a significant impact on the environment. Seventy five hundred people won tickets to the event in an online lottery signs, encouraging social distancing will be posted and masks will be made available, but GNOME says nothing will be required. We did have a plan originally of social distancing. We do not anticipate any social distancing activities during the celebration protesters pushing for the removal of statues say Mount Rushmore honors to slave owners, Washington and Jefferson calls to face. The memorial are circulating on the Internet. And Native American groups plan to protest, they say the mountain carving and the fireworks desecrate land they, lost broken treaties. Whether could add a final wrinkle. Authorities have set of go no go criteria that could cancel the show if fire conditions are too dangerous.
Trump to host Mount Rushmore fireworks show
"Louise Schiavone. President Trump is heading to South Dakota today will be celebrating the Independence Day holiday at Mount Rushmore, where thousands of people are expected to attend a large fireworks display. Seth Tupper with South Dakota Public Broadcasting says protests are planned 7500 people won tickets to the event in an online lottery. Face masks will be available and signs will encourage social distancing. But South Dakota Governor Christie Gnome, says Cove in 19 precautions will not be required. I expect the folks that will come to Mount Rushmore will come to celebrate our independence. What makes America special and there be grateful that the president made the trip to come be a part of the program know worked with President Trump to bring fireworks back to Mount Rushmore National Memorial The last display was more than a decade ago. Protesters, including Native Americans plan together near Mount Rushmore. They say the giant carving and the fireworks are desecrations of land. They
Fireworks Set Off Brooklyn, New York House Fire; Suspect Faces Arson Charges
"Brooklyn man who allegedly burned down our home with the legal fireworks in late June, arrested overnight More on this. With WCBS reporter Christie collision 36 year old Damien Bend faces arson charges for allegedly burning down a Brooklyn home after setting a legal fireworks into it. I was having Joshua King was at his girlfriend's house at the time when he saw the East 51st Street home burned down down on on June June 24th 24th surveillance surveillance video video shows shows the the two two story story home home be be destroyed destroyed from from the the inside inside out out within within seconds seconds basically basically went went to to bed. bed. Fortified Fortified and and couldn't couldn't stop. stop. So So teacher teacher called called Fire Fire more. more. Everybody Everybody scattered called cops Qualify department. It took 60 firefighters to put out the late June fire that left the home completely burned down. Kristie
U.S. officials change virus risk groups, add pregnant women
"The centers for disease control and prevention resets its list of which Americans are at higher risk for severe illness from the corona virus pregnant women were added to the list Dr Dana Meanie del meant at the CDC says they need to watch they come in contact with wear face coverings and practice social distancing pregnant women are generally a younger population so that that's the good news but we we do see higher rates of admission to the ICU and mechanical ventilation based on that this data set that we have one positive to take away Chris Christie yeah single cell disease was also added to the list the threshold for risky levels of obesity was lowered the changes didn't include adding race as a risk factor despite higher
U.S. officials change virus risk groups, add pregnant women
"New a the government centers virus for watchdog disease cases control reports are climbing and prevention more to than reset a near billion record dollars its numbers list and virus of which and Americans relief experts payments think are at they went higher know to people risk why who for could severe not illness they're use blaming from the money a nation the coronavirus that's become the government complacent pregnant made more women than since were one the added pandemic's hundred to thirty the list early million days Dr so Dana at called eight Meanie P. del economic M. meant O. R. at the C. impact CDC center payments for says public they need affairs to watch the government research accountability they come pull in contact backs office them up with says wear nearly finding face one coverings what point was one and million unified practice went social support to distancing dead for people measures pregnant women totaling to are stop generally nearly a the younger virus's a billion population spread and a half so has dollars that that's dropped the good news it's the two latest months but example ago we eight we of do mistakes in ten see Americans higher as the favored government stay rushed rates at home out of eat admission orders at to crisis the ICU now it's speed and mechanical half ventilation tax eight experts and based ten on say had that also this this backed one data the limits was set almost on that we have how many one inevitable people positive can to because gather take away of together a lag in reporting about six data Chris in Christie on ten deaths do now yeah single the IRS cell fewer disease Americans asked was also last are added also month to that the at survivors list least moderately the return threshold worried the for money risky that they levels or but a it of family obesity may not member have was the lowered may legal get authority the virus the changes to require didn't but they're include still that adding a strong race as majority sadr a risk factor mag at despite ani sixty Washington higher eight percent infection rates Sager I'm a made Donahue Ghani Washington
U.S. officials change virus risk groups, add pregnant women
"The centers for disease control and prevention reset its list of which Americans are at higher risk for severe illness from the coronavirus pregnant women were added to the list Dr Dana Meanie del meant at the CDC says they need to watch they come in contact with wear face coverings and practice social distancing pregnant women are generally a younger population so that that's the good news but we we do see higher rates of admission to the ICU and mechanical ventilation based on that this data set that we have one positive to take away Chris Christie yeah single cell disease was also added to the list the threshold for risky levels of obesity was lowered the changes didn't include adding race as a risk factor despite higher infection rates I'm a Donahue
For the Love of 'Bugs' (Insects) With Entomologist Nadia Ruffin
"Give us a little bit of sense about what you do every day with your work in entomology, teaching mentoring advocacy. What are you? What do you do Nadia yet? Though currently with agriculture to me. What I do is I go to schools as well as of is. There's organizations in things. And I teach about Agra Science, but into Mali being the main focus, so agro-science is talking about the science of agriculture. Many people the agriculture is just farming agriculture is it's a huge industry is not just farming. There's so many different components to is that people are not even aware of an entomologist one those and so what I do is I bring insects and I actually teach people about the importance of them. I Have Intimacy Club at one school where meet with children every month in every month. I bring a different insect than I educate them about it so I bought a thron. Cockroaches and I told them about the importance of cockroaches. You know cockroaches Christie a bad name because of certain ones that be compelled in our homes, but a reality cockroaches are very vital for the environment. They actually decompose, and they break down things like decomposing plant matter as well as animals in other ways, and if they were not there, what will happen is all that waste would build up, and then no would not break down, and it would just be there in that become toxic things for the environment, so they're very important then I also teach about the things that we use that are derived from. In one thing that I did teach about with silk, people didn't realize it still actually comes from silkworms, and it comes from cocoons in I know I explained to the children. You know this is the process you know. The insect under goals are incomplete metamorphosis, and what we do is we take those cocoons, and the insects are actually killed in the process in a at the learn that you know that that's part of the process, but they actually take three, and they make fabric in. They can make no closing and things for us. Trying to educate people on. Not only the important aspects of insects in the environment. But also insects that we use and the importance of that lead like when it comes to honeybees, we only want them for their honey, but in reality they need that honey to actually survive, so it's it's. Creating that link between human and back to nature and understand why things do things they do, and why they make the things they doing. It's not always for us. It's actors never for US never. You I've been following your work for quite a while now and the cockroach lesson really got me so I really I love the cockroach lesson, and the the kids faces, and and then I have to admit that I don't think I as a grownup educated nature, loving adult realized that the silkworms had to die in order for the the silk to be harvested, so that made me Kinda sad and rethink silk, but give us. The age ranges that that working with at this time, Nadia. Currently I work with children that are in kindergarten all the way up to high school level. All Age. Groups um seniors down to
The Aldi Haul Episode
"Hey everyone, it's me Lisa. Lillian also known as hungry girl. It's good to be here for another episode of the Hungry Girl Podcast Aka to the right thing today I am very excited because we are doing another hall I love. I'm getting used to these halls where I I go shopping and then I drop things at your house guys, do you? Do you love it? It's the best you're better than INSTA- cart because you actually come up with things that we didn't even know we wanted. I'm better than INSTA- cart because I don't try to replace whole wheat flour with cocoa puffs, which is what they? Feel bad, though this is like instant art, we're not tipping her. Yeah and O F Y I paid for everything. So then there's also. Today this week I went to all D. do you say all your algae? I say aldy all. He's doing a halfway thing all it also works out better, because then it's a hall. Aldy Hall Haldi your exactly. That is what we are doing today. It's all the hall. And I had never actually set foot in an all deep before last week. When I went shopping, and it was interesting, it's like I had heard about it. I know it's like a sister store to trader Joe's I did not know what to expect. I know Mikey. You warned me you said. Bring a quarter which I. Forgot to do so I had to. Find a way to get a quarter to get a card because you need to like, give a quarter deposit to get a cart, and I think a lot of the people were confused because they were like. Do I have to pay for a car? And then the woman that worked there was like yes, but I was like. No, you get it back I was butting in anyway. The store itself was interesting. It's like a smart and final meets like a dollar tree. Is that a? Is that a fair assessment? It is, but I feel like well. Certain file has good. I mean the quality's just exceptional of why smartandfinal. No of the products that all D. O. Dollar Tree? I don't think I've high value well I. Mean I don't think high quality. Okay I think that may be a misperception, because like a lot of the stuff at the dollar store believe or not there like all of your favorite companies make specific products that are dollar store versions of that product. I understand you're saying it's. Option. But you know what made to me. All feel a little cheap and I'm going to say this. It's like when you go to trader Joe's. You feel like there are magical trader, Joe's ferries, making your magical traderjoes in all the concoctions, and all their cute names, and at all de everything looks like the brand you think it is, and it's just slightly off like one of the problems we have today. It's fiber now. Instead of five one show like fiber one brand new. Walk down the aisles and you're like wait. Is that no those race? Christie no and everything looks almost a little like it. which to me makes it feel cheap well. Yeah, I know what you mean like. That's specialness of trader. Joe's like the innovators in creating, and this is just kind of like. They had someone draw something from memory and put it on the box. Yes, but that being said I do I agree I think the quality of. Of the stuff at least the last time we tried, it was phenomenal. I have very high hopes for a lot of these products. When I was shopping I, was searching for things that people told US existed at all that I should find I didn't find many of those, but I found a lot of other things that I thought were intriguing in their own right for specific reasons like we. We'll get into it and I'm excited about that, but. Before we do. What are you have Mike any news. This is pretty cool. Duncan is selling donut inspired facemasks. Okay, so three dollars of every facemask is going to go to a charity to help support health and Hungary leave for children and underserved communities, the master, only ten bucks each, and so three of that goes to charity. I sent you a picture lease. I don't know if you saw them, but the pretty cool looking. And can also share a of them on the page or and the link to buy them where you can go to shop Dunkin Dot Com. Yeah, they're really cute. They're so cute like they're the pink and Orange Dunkin colors, and they look like half doughnuts with sprinkles I think they're adorable. They just need a little slit in the middle, so you could actually eat your doughnut while wearing the math. If you're interested in these act fast because there are four different prints and one of them's already sold out. And, actually the the least exciting one the logo. Yeah Yeah I don't want that can donis employ. Dunkin donuts employees about those probably. Ones with the with the half donuts on them or the sprinkles.
Race and Healing: A Body Practice
"In terms of a practice, this is a very simple practice. If you're listening to me right now, one of the things I want you to do is i. want you to just to sit for second. And I want you just to stare straight ahead just. Look straight ahead. And as you're looking straight ahead. Chest and notice. What is actually landed? In, what is actually still kind of in the air? All you're doing is just kinda noticing what's happening. Noticing how much you dislike my voice, noticing how much you dislike or you like some of the things. That Christie said not just not those peace. Now would I want you to do? Is? Look over your left shoulder and use your neck and your hips so turn and look over your shoulder. In in back to center and now look up. And look down. Come back to center. And now look over your right shoulder using your neck and your hips. Reason why you use your neck and your hips as I want you to engage that, so ask. Engaged of some parts of the vehicle. And then now come for. Now, just be quiet and notice. Different. Would you notice? Well I was I was kind of aware that it was half thinking about what it was gonna come next, but I don't know. I felt more settled more so I felt and there was also a feeling of There's kind of comfort yeah yeah. So one of the things about the animal part of the body is that even know mean you are in this room this nice place. There's a part of the body right that saying. Yeah But what else is going to happen? Right in the reason, why especially when I'm working with bodies of culture, one of the first things I do is orient just like like like orient to the room right not orient in a mystical way, but actually literally because many times the bodies of culture are waiting for danger. Even know you know nothing's behind you right letting the body. No, it actually helps some pieces now. If you get reps in with that, not just do a one time or just when I tell you to right, which you might, which you may notice is that you may have a little bit more room for other literally for other things to happen. That can't happen when the constriction is like that. You know that makes sense to in terms of how trauma is in the terminal presence. It's not you're not remembering. It is reliving itself and you're like getting. You know just for that minute. You're actually settling in the real presence. And in the body goes. Oh, you mean that's there to. And then your body starts to do this thing where you go. I don't WanNa do that no more and then if you can get another, there's a thing called the The ridiculous activation says right the RAZZ right. That is the thing. Where will you go buy a car? And you say managed beautiful car in. Nobody else got a car like the. There's this color, and then you drive off the lot you go down blocks you like damn. That's the same damn. That's a everybody got this car. Right is was always there, but now because your brain said, this is important, it makes it can't right see it everywhere. You see it everywhere. That's why the reps are so important because when you get the reps in it like if you get direction. Where that's right. Because if you get? The reps around racist important is that because as you get more reps in about it? All of a sudden other things start to become important. That weren't important. Because now your brain to say Oh i. need to read that. Oh, I need to pay attention to that. Oh, I need to track her body. Oh I need to understand or I need to ask questions about right. That, and now those things become attracted to you. which creates more angst, which forces you to
Stories from Modern Zen Masters
"You mentioned that you discovered a book that sort of set you on your down a path and that book was called self. It was by show which Yama, so I was wondering how you came upon that. and. What was in that book? That really spoke to you. When I was seventeen years old I was a high school shooting in Osaka. And I didn't like school system. And I have A. Friend who didn't exclude neither. So. We are always talking and complaining about. Japanese education system and value system when Japanese, society at the time you know, definitely Pru, why what very hard to make money to make Afterward what to Japan were very poor, so they have to restore them prosperity. So they walk God and. We didn't like walking heartful. Make money we. I addressed. I wanted to find some Meaning of more making money. And that school? You know teachers teach us. We have to study hard to go to our Christie Jess. University And that is to get a good job got means to make good money and I couldn't find any meaning. OBE live in that way over F. So we are in the intervals. And I often escaped from grass room and a win to a laboratory school library. Under or many books about philosophy. On Cy, young son and so forth. And that friend has some Wa Food New Anti Z.. to two. So the pass on went to on to practice. Who is a does? Qudos Shonda. Under G is a monastery in Kyoto. Is that is that? Yes I live with ing or soccer. On Growth from Osaka. So. During the summer vacation, the friend went to untie visited and ties understated therefore. I think about two weeks. On that was the year nineteen sixty five that that was. Like after was published, the first book on that was Or the set of soul. My friend was staying at anti-g. He gave a copy of Bush's a book to his friend. And after he came back from as he, he allowed me to read that book. That was how I. Studied to read that book so. You you. You had more like poetic sensibility that didn't. You know that. May You know
"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 Stuff You Should Know
"Up his foreignness and his danus to Disarm suspects when he's interrogating them to make them take him less seriously than they otherwise might man. I WanNa talk about knives out so much you cannot. I appreciate you not doing that, so she had a daughter. We should mention in nineteen nineteen named Roselend and that's the only child she ever had, and it was in nineteen twenty year later. they finally did publish the mysterious affair at styles after she agreed to change the ending. They said we don't like poor row. Revealing all this evidence in court, so she changed the ending, they said great That's when she went on to publish that novel every year for about ten years. Right very very big books, but they weren't They were popular, but she wasn't like a superstar internationally at this point yet. No not yet again. 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 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 yet. Here's a 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 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 the 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 by gone. We mean just vanished. She left behind that car. She left behind the driver's license for like you. 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. Do 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 and 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 Nesia 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. Didn't work out I 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 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 soon. 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 kind of 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. 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 Stuff You Should Know
"I confused that with Snow Piercer. I think I've seen both but I can't remember which one's which they're kind of very similar but Bussan IS ZOMBIES ON. A train Korean film. No then I think I'd just seen snow piercer. You should check out trying to Basan it if you think you've seen it all with Zombie Genre. Then think again do that saying something. Because that's that John Ras gotten a little Tired Day Oh hey let me ask you this have you seen. I know you've seen you had to have ozark. Oh sure I'm just started it. Yeah I'm a couple of episodes into the latest season. Okay Yeah you mean. I started at season one. And I'm like all I WANNA do is sit around and watch ozark. It's amazing Yeah I love it. That's like Hartwell you know. Oh no I didn't know that. Yeah Smart I've tried to get Bateman and Laura Linney on movie crush. It's always thank you know. Oh Yeah Yeah. Hey you're getting responses. That's that's a big step forward. It's nice to be told now and just not a yard. Yeah right all right. So you've got your setting With Agatha Christie. She did include her travels in some of her later novels when they became like Super Popular. But it was still not like a globe-trotting like James Bond kind of thing. No that's that's the point. So like in a espionage thriller. Something locales are all over the place and you know the characters constantly moving In these cozy thrillers. Like even if they're in an exotic locale They're still set in a small part of that exotic locale. That's right you got your suspects. They are Questioned by detective. They usually all have a motive. They usually all have the means. Because everyone you know in a great novel like this everyone's gotta be a suspect from the beginning and then you can kinda quickly whittle or slowly whittled that list down right. And here's the thing what I was saying with the With the the kind of mystery that Agatha Christie wrote and really established you are part of the mystery like. You're either the Investigator the detective has an assistant that they explain things to very much like Sherlock Holmes and Watson sure or if the detective is working solo say like Miss Marple Miss Marples might write a list of suspects and their motives and little clues down as part of the narration. And your your lead in every step of the way so. You're hard of this working toward solving the mystery. And has it's very frequently put it kind of puts you in a competition with author to see if you can figure out who who done it before the end of the book. Yeah I mean that. Goes BACK TO ENCYCLOPEDIA Brown. The whole point is to try and figure that stuff out man. I love those. Those are so great encyclopedia Brown. I remember he busted one dumb kid who did something bad. I can't remember The bugs meany. Oh man good memory. It may have been bugs. Meany was he kind of a big dumb. Oh food like beat up on chipmunks I think so okay. He busted bugs once because bugs had tears coming out of the the outside corners of his eyes freakazoids rather than inside corners. That's good but see the great thing about those books is at a twelve year old. Doesn't really necessarily always pick up on those clues. Oh I did. I was at that grade. I'd be curious to see if they would stop me now. No I mean specifically with the outside of the eye thing but yeah no. I'm sure there are plenty that I missed but she cried when you were boy. I knew staring in the mirror and so then the end to wrap up the little genre sort of summary. You've got this great ending usually where everyone's gathered together and the detective kind of walks. Everyone through the big reveal of exactly. How the killer did it right And in her case she did not Like when the killer is revealed they didn't turn around and shoot them in the face like it's usually pretty non violent. They would be wrestled to the ground or arrested or maybe they might run away and you hear later that they had killed themselves or something like that sure. There was rarely a grand finale where they would be pressed to death in front of a crowd who needs it so that I mean that's it like Bing Bang boom. That was when you started on page one of Agatha Christie novel. You knew exactly how everything was going to play out. And then one of the other things is because the sing with so formulaic. There was also room for this for the author to kind of play with you. The reader In in using things like bluffs in red herring out sure think are basically the same thing but the idea is that so the author in this case. Agatha Christie would say something like You know early on in the book a suspect would come running out of the house looking shaken and Pale and You the reader would be like well. That's just way too obvious. She's not going to name. She's not going to point out who the murderer is at. The beginning of the book can disregard that person or this very obvious clue or something like that. Those kind of part of the interplay between author and reader but then it could go even deeper to where she would say something like well. I know that you think that this is too obvious. I'm GONNA actually make this the actual murderer which she did in some cases which was like a double bluff apparently could just keep going on and on and on but it was this kind of Wrestling match or maybe slap fight between Agatha Christie and you her reader which made the whole thing all the more delight that's right and she takes great pains to point out that she did not invent this genre There were people like Arthur Conan. Doyle obviously po before her that sort of establish some of these rules but she was very popular. She's very good at what she did She wrote about what she knew. And we'll we'll talk about her life coming up in a little bit but these manor houses in these estates and these English villages and even the exotic locales And these train trips and things were things that she actually experienced and you know a lot of people are great at making stuff up. A lot of people are great about writing what they know and it seems like. She was really great at writing what she knew. Yeah and I for some reason either. It was the time or maybe because of her. I'm not sure it was kind of a chicken or the egg thing but she happened to write about stuff that a lot of people wanted to read about these small you know English villages and you know quaint mannerisms of the upper middle and upper class English society Set in this period of time that in for some reason to just captured everybody's attention and apparently when she started expanding I think after World War Two To some slightly more exotic locales like Egypt or Mesopotamia. You know For like a death on the Nile was very famous when during this time or the Orient Express That really catapulted her into superstardom international superstardom. Too Yeah I don't have a super firm read on the history of literature but I get the idea that this is sort of aligned with the beginnings of poplar it And like I call it. The beach book I don't know if there had been a ton of stuff like this. That was just sort of pure comfort food and entertainment up to this point. Yeah I'm not sure either. I know nothing that I'm familiar with. I can say but there were very entertaining books. They were humorous. A very dark sense of humor. Great Dialogue All these Verbal joust between the detectives and the suspects is really key to Genera. Something Nice out did really really well. That was one of my favorite scripts the year. Maybe my favorite script. Wow but Just really really good sharp writing and it's no Sort of no accident that she became so hugely popular. No and that's something like if you're not really familiar with Agatha Christie and you just Kinda look up in passing one of the things you'll be confronted with. Is that a lot of people. A lot of critics say she was a hack and When what they're talking about is that formula that she followed to almost like a a soul ously rational degree like that was the formula. That's what she followed But that really misses like the fact that she had a really great eye for detail in the dialogue like you were saying she was a good writer and she could just crank workout. I think during the decade of the Twenty S. She wrote a book a year. A might have even become more prolific later on in the thirties and forties to yet and she She was a business person. You know Mike. There's nothing wrong with saying. Wow people love this stuff and they sell a lot and Although it took a while for that to happen as we'll see but there's there's nothing wrong with any of that. I think people that call our hack can fly. Yeah go fly with extreme prejudice. Should we take a break? I think so man will come back and talk about her life. Great.
"christie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"They wouldn't have in the beginning so I think you know and when I said this he said well wait a second after bridge gate drop press conference and I said I did. It was an hour and fifteen minutes. I said but I didn't do it every day. Right I did it then and then I stopped and so one of the things I've advised him and he's done it on occasion. He did it yesterday the day before. Speak off the top. Take a few questions off the top then leave and let the vice president to take care of the rest of it and the experts and be offstage because if you're off stage they're gonNA ask those people substantive questions if you're onstage. They'RE GONNA ask you questions that go all over the place so I am in favour of what he's doing but if I were doing it and what I've advised him to do is to spend a little less time out there because nothing good can after about a half an hour. Nothing good can happen but you know what he loves that stage man he does and he's looking at those ratings and the ratings were good and that's that's a big measurement for this president He's very aware of it. Well he was a TV star before he was president and a lot of the way he judged his successor. Failure on his television show is as most of the people who participate in that world is by the ratings. So that's part of what he judged himself and let's face it. That was a major part of his career for ten years before he decided to run for president. You know it's interesting because you you write in your book and I think it's been written elsewhere. But you attest to this you know when he pick Mike Pence. You're a finalist. Or if and they're all kinds of interlacing kinds of issues going on there that may be deprived of the chance but when he picked pants the first thing he said he explained it was hey his right from central casting absolutely and you know the degree to which President Watches people on TV and views them as a casting director How they look in. The role is really quite amazing. Well it is. It's part of his. It's part of his background and his experience right. Every every President I think in our lifetime Especially the media lifestyle both the good and the bad they bring with them to the job right and I'm sure that there were times when President Obama would do certain things when you were working there that you knew were part of his nature but you wished he wouldn't do And I think I know. I haven't spoken to Karl Rove and Nicole Wallace and other over others over time that worked in the Bush. Forty three White Isuzu. Same thing so part of what you need to do. If you had a more experienced and aggressive staff is you try to prevent the principal for putting himself in positions where those less attractive parts of their character are shown. And you try to put them in spots where it's less likely you'd never totally prevent it. But that's likely that they show those things and I think again here with exception of Kellyanne Conway. I don't think there's anybody in that circle who has both the experience and the type of relationship with the president where they could tell no. You shouldn't be doing this. This is a good for you. And here's why I've seen Kellyanne do it. I know she doesn't and I know that there are a number times. He listens to her but other than her. I don't think there's anybody around there that can have the kind of relationship you had were Rob Hattar. David Puff had with with President Obama. Yeah you know it is. It is hard even for you. Know He President Obama WH- has been a friend of mine since he returned from law school To Chicago and so we've known each other for a very long time. We were friends before we worked together. And yes I. My role at times was to tell him stuff he didn't want to hear but it's not easy no matter what your relationship is to tell. The president of the United States stuffy doesn't want to hear especially because as you know the longer you're in that role the more people are blowing smoke up your ass and you begin to feel an infallible and Obama is pretty good about that but still there weren't that many people coming in and saying. Hey you know what? That's not a good idea. But to his credit he didn't like it but he listened and and accounted for what he was being held speaking. I him by the way one of the things that happened during that sandy storm which happened a week before the two thousand twelve election was that you worked very closely with him. In fact I remember flying on Air Force One during that week. And Bruce Springsteen was on our plane you you being like a huge springsteen Guy Yup And the president said you know Christie is working as ass off. I bet you would lift his spirits if you gave them a call and Bruce we call from Air Force. One to to talk to you but you know you in the president. We're talking all the time and you worked very closely together. Yup and when he he called you and said can I come up to New Jersey and he understood that that might be fraught for you because we were in the last week of a campaign and he didn't WanNa jam you but when he landed you said fine and when he landed you guys shook hands and he gripped your shoulder padded you on the shoulder a couple of times that it has more often in history into a hug but it was a clearly. It was a exchange of warmth between two elected officials. Who were working really hard to deal with a mortal crisis. Yup and that thing hung on you like a scarlet letter for years after that when you ran for president it was it was it was offered as prime facial evidence that you were treacherous. Got Listen Marco. Rubio that piece of mail in New Hampshire. I haven't this is going door to door New Hampshire in the last ten days of the campaign and a woman said to me at her door. Republican voter. She said I was going to vote for you. But then I got this piece of mail from Marco Rubio and now I'm not voting for you and I said really execute. Show me the piece of mail. What what is it? That changed your mind so sure. She went through the kitchen. Of course as it into every New Hampshire voter has stockdale from different candidates on it. She pulled it out and it was that picture you talked about with President. Obama shaking hands on the tarmac with his hand on my shoulder and the capture. Was Chris. Christie you can. Judging by the company he keeps and and so I will tell you David much more than bridge gate or any other aspect of my New Jersey record. The biggest negative thing that was brought up to me all during the primaries in Iowa New Hampshire was you hugged Obama. And how can we trust you to run for president out what I'll tell you is that is exactly what I said to those people which was knowing all the criticism. You all have heaped on me. I would doing exactly the same thing if I had a chance to do it again. Knowing everything I know and in fact I anticipated as you might expect that Monday night in storm blew through and got finished on Monday night. Eight days before the election President Obama called me and told me that he was going to sign an emergency declaration immediately as we had made the request and when we got off the phone I was standing in the Emergency Operation Center with my staff and I said guys the president is going to ask the come up here and they said did he and I said not yet but he will and I sit in when he does. I don't want anybody to think a second about this. He's the President United States. And he wants to come and see what's happened to our state. He's coming so just talk to a staff when he when they call and Organiz adult come back to be and ask if it's okay it's okay And I I'm a student politics to know that he would come that it was not only the right thing to do as president but a smart thing to do politically and the part of the story because I criticized roundly by Republicans at the time for welcoming him. The part of the story that nobody really ever talks about is now. I think I said it in the book. I offered the same opportunity to to Mitt Romney. After president. Obama left that Wednesday. I called Romney and I said listen. You should come here on Friday. I said you should say the people in four days. I'm going to be the president United States elect and this is going to be my responsibility and I want to see him personally and I said to me should come with a check for the foundation for the Relief Fund. And you know we'll give you a tour and you can. You can also be very involved in this. And it's a testimony to his campaign in my view that he sounded like he was ready to do it. And for whatever reason talked out of it and they refuse to come and I think I don't know that I don't think it would have made a difference in the election quite frankly but It tells you about how people make decisions. President Obama in that instance knew what he wanted to do. Both from a substantive and political perspective did it and governor. Romney got the invitation. He helped at heart a bit and then turned it down And.
"christie" Discussed on Today in True Crime
"Now back to the story on December Fourteenth Anthony Nineteen Twenty six thirty six year old? Agatha Christie was discovered at the Swan Hotel Spa in Yorkshire after an eleven day. Disappearance Agatha had no recollection of where she'd been for the last week and a half her husband. Archie was baffled by how oh his wife was able to afford her. Stay at the Swan. Being checked into a SPA hotel came with a slew of charges. All of which she had paid Upfront Front Agatha offered no explanation and there was no proof. She had cashed any checks to cover her expenses since her disappearance though he was curious. Archie didn't push her to answer Agatha eventually warmed to her husband and agreed to leave the night she was discovered. Hordes of Londoners gathered at King's cross station Ogling to see Agatha and her husband as they traveled leveled back home naturally. The public was eager to know the details of why she vanished but Agatha remained quiet she had no oh explanation for why she hadn't recognized her face in the newspapers before she was found one possible reason for her disappearance. According according to writer Andrew Norman was emotional trauma citing arches affair and her mother's recent passing. Norman speculated these events could have led to temporary amnesia..
"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 Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Brought about some sort of form of government retribution. Now, I should tell you that we reached out to governor Christie for this story. He did not respond to us directly. He did a statement yesterday saying, quote, as I have said before I had no knowledge of the scheme prior to or during these lane realignments and had no role in authorizing them. No credible. Evidence was ever presented to contradict. That fact anything said to the contrary is simply untrue. He's sent that statement generally yesterday. He sent to us specifically today. How did their sentencing after Baroni and Kelly were convicted prosecutors argued that neither Bill Baroni, nor Bridget Kelly should be shown leniency because neither of them had been fully truthful on the stand. Well, we'll now we're learning how this ends Emmer it turns out getting some twists in the plot at the variant. Bill Baroni got sentenced to eighteen months behind bars in federal prison. He reported to prison earlier this month the start serving his sentence just yesterday. Bridget. Anne Kelly was sentenced as well. She was sentenced to thirteen months. She is appealing her conviction to the supreme court. And it is striking that all of the people apparently tangled up in this mess of all of them. Only two of them are going to prison, but what's even more striking is that some of them are not just a prison there really thriving in the Trump era. Bill Stepien, Chris Christie's campaign manager his name came up hundreds of times at the bridge gate trial. He ran the overall effort for Christie's reelection effort to get all the democratic mayors to endorse Christie Wildstein testified that he told Bill stuffy and all about the plan for fort Lee and the bridge and why they were doing it. And even he told him about the whole traffic study cover story. He says he told Stephanie in about it all in advance Christie cut ties with Bill Stepien when the scandal broke open but Bill step doing great. Now, he was appointed White House political director for President Trump. He's now moved on to become a senior figure in the Trump reelection campaign. Not ours. The guy who repeatedly pursued the fort Lee mayor's endorsement until the mayor didn't bite, and then he had to be punished about hours ended up at the Trump State Department. He's now starting a consulting company and also plans to be working on the president's reelection effort. Ex Governor Chris Christie. Well, you know, he's floating around out there doing, okay?.
"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..
"christie" Discussed on KSRO
"Christie and blahsy Ford is expected to appear Thursday to address her claims that cavenaugh sexually assaulted her. When they were in their teens decades ago democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal who serves on the Senate Judiciary committee spoke to ABC News Radio. Dr Blatty Ford's enormous courage in coming forward despite death threats and some of the bullying that has occurred really have shined a light on the phenomenon experienced by Bennie survivors of sexual assault cavenaugh denied sexually assaulting Blasi Ford or anyone else. One of the country's biggest electricity companies will be allowed to charge its customers for his legal woes. If the utilities power equipment is found to have been at fault for massive and deadly California, wildfires, it's a big victory for utility companies governor Jerry Brown signing a Bill that will allow companies like Pacific Gas and electric to build their customers to pay for legal settlements stemming from the massive wildfires have burned in northern California last. Last year. The Bill was aimed at preventing bankruptcy for PG any the utility company possibly faces billions of dollars in liability for the tubs fire, which burned thousands of homes and killed twenty two people in Santa Rosa last year. ABC's Alec stone in California. The Vatican says it's signed a provisional agreement with China of the appointment of Catholic bishops in the country under the deal. The pope will lift the excommunication of bishops appointed without papal approval by government back church in China. Vatican spokesperson, Greg Burke in a recorded statement, the objective of the accord is not political, but pastoral allowing the fateful to have bishops who are in communion with wrong, but at the same time recognized by Chinese authorities..
"christie" Discussed on Generation V
"christie" Discussed on Generation V
"christie" Discussed on Generation V
"christie" Discussed on Generation V
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"christie" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Every cent goes to rain so you are helping not only to make my dreams come true not only you're going to get to take a really great special save it forever because you get a free download or not a free download but you gonna download with the ten dollar fee or more you're also going to help raise a bunch of money for an organization that i really believe in what i'm trying to do with this is to shift the lens and center survivors and you can help me by getting the word out about the special and i also have a great new episode of query today also for free god i just give you the best content today's guest is lurking christie young person who wrote in to me i loved what they had to say i want to get on the phone they're activists just just go listen to the episode i love this chat and have a great us to your day phelan still no no no careless ooh we're doing something new today on the show which is the my guests are like video skyping from a distance in it's this is so much better than just having you in my ears it's nice to see your face how how are you doing today god yeah yeah i usually have folks introduce themselves would you mind introducing yourself yeah i'm larkin christie i'm seventeen years old and non binary activist from massachusetts on a lot of my work is focused around.
"christie" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast
"So you don't have to have the whole lane blocked out you just have all these esp pokes you don't have to worry about that step you still running speak able than that terminates back into another thing you go that's pretty cool sweet looking bored christie nuts crazy when's it coming master i don't know it says in the nose just don't i'm lost here who scroll down i think put on the blogs i thought it was boring it's just it's just interesting it's one of the most interesting looking boards i've ever seen that's why i want to talk but elbow north america starring in q three even look at the power dude twenty four pin twenty four pin twenty four pin eight pin well but doesn't have onboard wifi i don't know outta here i did notice that they still had there can you guys see my mouth oh this one they still have the like sound divider case you want to listen to jam hell of a sound card all the most oh man on your twenty gp mining regular gotta rock some acdc it listening to white noise heck yeah okay are we good is that does that include the wind show it feels weird because i feel like i had to windows feels like this show is really short so i'm like no i'm not done yet i mean but like i think it actually i think we're both good today were can we do the wind show the the multi part series.
"christie" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"No wonder your butts day i've already preordered christie golden's book on kindle and audio books because i want to make sure the prequel loan when i saw the prequel chapter and how it worked perfectly for about a fraz roth at bliss comes like i gotta read this book because there's it'd be so much lower in that i did not read the preview chapter i'm just wait until the book comes out but i've heard wonderful things about it and didn't know there was a preview chapter free while head like it was passed out to to press and media than while head who's always awesome uploaded it so i i read it morning at bliss con nice oh and if you want to catch up on more everything i learned i learned from no year lore when blizzard watch was while insider and now they've still got no your lower but you know they they still do it there are some repeats goes legal problems with the other site but if you wanna learn about while everybody listening that's really wanna go go there and look up their their authors are really fabulous at and they have a great podcast called more watch i i love both podcasts i love blizzard watch and lower watch be out great i'm actually a patriots puerto then because i i remember that from the days and i poor i have a friend in girl streamer so she she's she's across the pond so she plays on the east servers but she's huge lord as well got two guest over there on her stream every now and then talking about some of the older stuff and it's pretty cool a lot of the stuff from chronicles the warcraft chronicles are amazing that's a huge wealth of knowledge and of course the chain is a drug lord yes so that.