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Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

05:40 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

"Me from? Well, well, why your cowboy friend? Look, it's a long story, but I'll shorten it. So I was born in Alaska Air Force Child. My family's all Die hard. Steelers fans scrip in eighties That's not bad. I would understand you being a steel affair. What That was their rivaled in one of their rivals. The Cowboys something abilities. So why did you ask? Why did you? Why did you pick the Cowboys? Why won't you just steal a fan? The arrival to be a rebel. You could understand that, Angela, right? Well, hold contrary. How many is that? You live in Alaska, Dave. A year and a half. Alaska I jump. Could you stop playing that? We know he wanted to be 100 years ago in anyway date. So you were in Alaska for a year and a half. Then where did you move? Wei went from there to Ah, South Carolina. Tio from there. We were there for about a year. Don't want Dinora, Pennsylvania for about a year removed the Dover Why all these places you above? It Sounds like you were closer to the egos that you wear to the Cowboys. Why didn't you switch over big? I just I just feel like switching teams is just wrong. All right. How do you feel about your team This year? It's a train wreck like there's no way I mean their defense can. It's like Putting groceries and the white paper bag like okay, so you you do not have any confidence that the car boys will beat the Eagles on Sunday night. I think if that Prescott was playing, I would be more confident because I think you know, he's a mobile quarterback. Even get off the line. You could still do something. I don't know a lot about Ben DeNucci. So maybe that's a strength. Maybe it's a huge weakness. But you who you seeing winning this game Sunday night, I really like the Eagles might want. I mean, once a cz, long as once doesn't make any huge. They had mistakes He plays like he's been playing in the second half on a lot of these games, you guys a win a day. Usually the people that are around you know you're a cowboy fan. Yes, but I'm not one of those ones that, like rub it in your face, and I don't hate the Eagles. Okay, well, that's good for you. If that's what you happens, what you predicted happened? People probably won't give you that hard a time. Not really. No. Okay. You sound like are classier than most cowboy fans. Are you a heavy drinker? No, I'm a horrible back issues, So I'm on a lot of pain meds. OK, good. Because again wait for most of you know what I'm saying? Ain't no, no, I don't mean it that way. What I mean is that is a difference for most cowboy feds who are alcohol addict. That's a good point. David, you sound like not a bad guy for cowboy And I appreciate you calling me that. Hey, I got a quick question, though. Why the Doug Peterson Not used. Jalen hurts like the Saints used Taysom Hill. Well, then they view he had seven snaps in the last game. They're not using the more I don't have enough creative place and they don't Dave, the prom they got he is a weapon. And they know he's a weapon. But they're not calling plays that feature what he condo's think they're afraid of offending Wentz and overusing Hertz sent a draft. He's only thrown the ball one time and all these snaps Mohr he's running than throwing, but he's running the ball in bad situations into traffic point conversion data here on the right topic. I appreciate your call. They've got to figure out how to use it. Yeah. See, Al, if you're going to use his second round pick on that guy, and that guy has got a unique skill set. It is incumbent upon the coaching staff to come up with ways to exploit his talent. You certainly think so. We've done a terrible job. Now. They've done a bad job with that two point conversion, especially if that's what they got. Bad array of place for two point conversion. There's gotta be a way to use him as an option where he could throw it if he needed to. Oi, khurana or being unbelievable decoy, and you know what? They keep telling me it won't offend conscience went well, then prove it and set up some place. You want to know. I don't think it would offend him to remember the one time they had him out there blocking. He was getting into it with the defender. He seemed to be well joy with it. You know what if once in a while they throw him the ball? He probably would have fun with that to use. Um You've got a weapon. If you have been a blow a second round pick and see how you use them. You're trying to win. The division used the guy. Come on, dawg. Hello. He's had 11 days are he'll have someplace for next Sunday? This's game's going to be great to 1559 to 94 94 when we come back out. Exclusive. We've got Boer Act to the scene that was taken out Borat and Jerry Jones. Don't miss it. W e P Sports time is 9 36. Hey, do I have to tell you? 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John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

07:29 min | 5 d ago

John Gorman Discusses the Use of Opportunity Zones to Address Social Determinants

"To the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David. Intra Cosso. During this podcast saw discussed efforts to address social determinants of health with John Gorman chairman of the nightingale partners and founder and former Executive Chairman of Gorman Health Group. John Welcome to the program. Thanks David. Great to be here. especially with another native DC guy here most welcome John's by is, of course, posted on the podcast website. Briefly on background, the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has exposed. The country's failed to adequately address the social determinants of health. Generally defining health access and quality education, economic circumstances, food security, social conditions, and environmental factors. It is estimated that where people live work and socialize determines as much as sixty percent of their health status. Whereas formal medical care accounts for just ten percent. For example concerning. Circumstances forty years of wage stagnation among lower income earners has left forty five percent of working age Americans. With either no health care insurance for insurance without a pocket expenses so high. They avoid sinking care went for example, they developed covid nineteen related symptoms. Healthcare policy makers have slowly begun to take an interest in addressing sto ages as a way to improve health delivery by increasing increasing appropriate utilization and reducing costs. For example, Medicare, advantage plans which enroll more than one third of all Medicare beneficiaries have recently been given regulatory authority to offer Ma benificiary supplemental benefits beyond medical care such as mail deliveries, home modifications, and Personal Care Services. With beginning, discuss, addressing, social determine, specifically use of what are termed opportunities zones. Again. John Gorman. So Jon with that as background. Louis. Begin by asking if you could provide a brief overview of nightingale. Sure David Nangle partners is one of these weird opportunities zone funds that came out of trump's big tax giveaway bill It was actually Cory Booker's program that was designed to encourage investment in real estate and disadvantaged communities and I was sitting on my ass retired last spring and got a notification that the irs had just completely revamped the rags to allow opportunities own capital to be used not just for real estate investment. But also for leases one portly for working capital or for meeting the business requirements of a new company inside one of the nine thousand roughly nine thousand opportunities zones around the country and those opportunities owns David are all. Severely, economically disadvantaged and more importantly medically underserved, and because the irs allowed now opportunities own capital to be used for working capital for meeting business requirements. That's what opened the door to allow us to use opportunities on Capitol to make large scale investments in social determinants of health intervention. So nightingale partners with insurers with health systems with large medical groups to finance design launch, and where necessary execute on our goals to improve. The quality of care for vulnerable populations. In this country, a lot of people like to say and I love it that we packed a Republican billionaire tax shelter in order to improve care for black drought people on that gets me up every morning. Sir Thank you. So this as you noted, this was a provision in the December seventeen tax bill. Specifically page one, hundred, and thirty. This was picked up this previous legislation as you noted, that as you mentioned senator from New Jersey Cory Booker but also the South Carolina African American Republican, the only one Tim Scott. So this is picked up in the tax bill previous legislation and you mentioned the nine thousand. So these are census tracts that meet this low income community criteria wrote and then explain to me. Governors than have to select a discrete number. That could benefit from this. Tax Advantage program is that correct doubts correct and there was a little bit of mischief but some of the governors in the designation of some of those areas and there's been, you know some gamesmanship with this story like you know Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey is. Used an opportunity zone fund open up frigging LAUNDROMAT. In Asbury, Park with Bruce, springsteen cats not the kind of stuff that we do. I'm not surprised to hear that I guess the former governor is a is obsessed with. Mr Asbury Park and again just so on. Understand better more clearly, this is the tax advantage here is that by investing the capital gains on your investment, you can avoid paying the. Twenty three percent the capital gains tax and that basically. Sure go ahead, go ahead. Well, basically, the way it works is that if you invest money or capital gains in and opportunities zone and you leave it in for at least ten years, not only is the initial investment completely tax free but then all of the proceeds that you make on that investment are completely tax free. So high net worth individuals. And family offices large corporations the generate large amounts of capital gains love this program, and indeed it opened up about six point two trillion dollars in available capital based on the amount of capital gains that we generate in our economy. So of that amount, David Roughly a hundred billion dollars has been invested thus far into opportunities zones off. The roughly eight months programs operate. And again, the idea is the long leave the money and means completely tax free for ten years out of step seven years you pay are you're eighty five percent excuse but I know that that number surprises me would you say this this this one, hundred, billion, his far more than was estimated when the legislation was passed. No I think it's probably rolling out slower than A lot of folks had hoped and as you can imagine, the vast majority of those deals that have been done thus far has been around real estate and real estate redevelopment certainly in the healthcare sector I think we're still the only firm out here. That's a healthcare focus opportunities on fund it. You know it we've been the only ones to my knowledge. So we're you know we're granted here, but we have yet even break a billion, but we're that's our goal.

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Fresh update on "christie" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "christie" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Ticketed. At any moment. You talked to ABC seven eyewitness theirs. They were going to pull down the display, but late last night, they got word that it can remain up the police saying they never asked for anything to be removed. Justin says his dad just loves Halloween, and his display was inspired by Carnival displays in his native Portugal. Also, Michael Jackson's thriller video There's a site called Cameo, which lets you pretend you're friends with celebrities for a fee. Of course, the celebrities will record personalized greetings for you, but you can then shared with your friends to show them how cool you are. Cameo does have some a listers like Snoop Dog. A greeting from him will set you back $900 of that's out of your price range. You can get Chris Christie for $200. If that's still too rich for your blood. And you can scrape together $37. We can get you Rachel Dolezal. She was the head of the Lacey P chapter in Spokane until it was revealed that she was only pretending to be black. She's done. Videos wishing people are happy birthday and congratulated one person on passing their dental board exam Review from one person who hired her said It was sort of a joke if you don't have the $37 Rachel Dolezal will happily video chat with you for the low, low price of just $2.99. When's news time 7 19 You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get a new car replacement or if your car is totaled, farmers will pay to replace.

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New York City has no plans to ease restrictions in Covid cluster zones

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:24 min | Last week

New York City has no plans to ease restrictions in Covid cluster zones

"200 of the 913 people in hospital Saturday with covert 19 were in intensive care units with a tougher go of it, and seven more people died from the virus on Saturday, but Those numbers are better than Fridays. And in New York City, health officials say, covert numbers seem to have leveled off. In those nine zones were cases spiked a few weeks ago in Brooklyn and Queens. But City Hall officials say they're not easing restrictions on those covert clusters. When the two week restriction period ends on Wednesday, Dr Mark Jared with North well health is confident in the region's hospitals handling of a potential surgeon cases based on the state directors. All have enough supplies now Tio door. What happened before and even more so that we are prepared for a major research is, if it does happen, he suggests this holiday season that Family members quarantine for 10 to 14 days before gathering and still gathering with masks on, But if you have a job that puts you at risk of getting the virus, and you may come in contact with vulnerable family members go virtual. But he says hospitals are ready. We did expect Spike because the virus still around. As such, We have a lot of research ins plans. We have kept our increased capacity and we have plans based on the triggers of have any cases. Our curry, Christie collision.

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Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Joel Riley

Joel Riley

06:00 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Joel Riley

"Hope the morning finds you well is Good morning. It does indeed, down in the home stretch here home stretch, so a little more than a week till the election, But so many people have already voted. How do you read? That? Is it that they're just fired up and want to make sure they get their vote in for their candidate? Are they tired of all the rhetoric back and forth and just want to kind of vote? And then block all that out, or we've made it so easy. Why not take advantage and do it the easy way? Well, I think it's all of that, honestly, but I think the main thing is that yes, people are very enthusiastic. About voting this year. There's lots of expectation that this will be record turnout year. Ah, and I think on the Republican side is, frankly because everyone is so furious. At the drubbing that President Trump gets at every turn at the opposition from every establishment organization, person media, etcetera. That they really want to make sure that they're voting for their president, who has, you know, basically lived up to his promises accomplished all that he set out to do but also that he has a much better Have forward for this country than show Biden on the other on the other side. I do not think people streaming out to vote for Joe Biden unhappily. Ah, lot of them are voting against Donald Trump and I think they've been really pushed and exhorted to vote early first, you know, I think there's doubt that their vote will count if they don't vote later in the process or something like that, But we've known from the beginning. That Democrats were much more likely to vote early. And so that's why in some of these states, you're seeing a higher percentage of people going to the polls who are registered Democrats and you know, you look back at the last debate. I mean, it's the second one. The The last one where you're going to really get to see him. You and I talked a couple of times about how the first one The president really did himself a disservice by talking over. Biden should have just let him speak and then talk about his policies. The second one. Ah, it does seem like most people really appreciated what the moderator did, Which is nice to get that in the thing, But from what I read, I mean, sure, There were some entities that thought go. Biden won, but it seemed like a fume or gave the edge to Donald Trump. Do you think it was because he was just a little nicer, Kinder. I just talked about his policy and didn't try to just cover up with Joe Biden was saying, Or do you think it was the policy? The talk and like, here's what I'm going to do, and people kind of rallied more toward that. No, I think he definitely learned something in the first debate. I think whoever was coaching him, although look, Donald Trump's pretty smart. He's done a lot of this kind of performing. If you will. He understood that the first debate was a complete debacle because at the end of the day At the end of the day. People vote for the guy they like, and he was unlikable in that first debate, so I think he learned very quickly very dramatically that he had to come back with Ah, more respectful demeanor. Hey, couldn't just try to clobber Joe Biden. I think honestly, he got very bad coaching on that first round. I think Rudy Giuliani and Chris Christie where the people prepping him, and I think they encouraged him to think that if they really pound if he pounded Joe Biden Biden would slip up and have one of those embarrassing senior moments where he doesn't always talking about that didn't happen, and instead you just saw really unruly, unpleasant behavior this time around. I think Trump really did rain himself in, you know that's been a complaint that he can't hey has no self control. He clearly wanted to speak up many times, and he didn't And so he let Joe Biden kind of, you know, have his time and sure enough by and walked into a riel problem, which was saying that he wanted to close down the oil industry. If you actually have expectations, trying to win Texas, which I don't think Democrats will do. But Joe Biden keeps talking about it. And you're talking about shutting down an oil industry that provides millions of jobs. That is a major up on. So I think, actually, what was interesting about the debate? The next morning I was talking to some young women. And they just said, Wow. Biden just really looked old and I think you know I'm so used to looking at him. Uh, that didn't register with me, particularly, but I think he does, and I think for some younger voters Particularly when they look at comma Harris. And how sort of flighty she is. What a flake and how left wing she is. I think they really have second thoughts about voting for Biden. Yeah, yeah. I mean, you're talking about 74 years old versus 77. It's more than that, though, right? I mean, Trump is just a bull moose. I mean, he has so much energy. He's so forceful and Biden just kind of Hey, doesn't have it. And he kind of has a little Tom cruise running in place thing that he does to get up on the podium because he wants people to think of himself as vital and in very good shape. He maybe fit But he is not a forceful character. Any tires easily. You could see that after an hour and I don't know. 15 minutes in the debate, Biden was faltering. And I think You know, Americans really have to kind of think is this guy is really going to be able to engage This very tough job. It is a very tough job. We saw it even age Obama, for Heaven's sakes. He was a young guy, no doubt about it. Let's speak our guest. You can follow her at Liz Peak Dotcom. Do you think the president landed shots when he talked about how long Joe Biden has been in public service and you know what did you really get done? Yes, Absolutely. And here's why it isn't just that he's never done anything but be AH public official. It's also that ah, Joe Biden's policies and what his plans for doing You know, fixing the corona virus and absolute mush..

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Christie Says He Was 'Wrong' Not to Wear Masks

All In with Chris Hayes

01:38 min | Last week

Christie Says He Was 'Wrong' Not to Wear Masks

"New Jersey. Governor Chris Christie who had a very serious case of corona virus and was in intensive care for seven days after attending several maskell events of president trump came out today to say I was wrong wearing masks within twenty four hours I went from feeling absolutely fine to being in the. Intensive Care Unit it was a mistake I. I was led to believe that you know all the people that I was interacting with at the White House had been tested in a gave you a false sense of security and it was a mistake There was a false sense of security at the White House that was a mistake that led to people getting sick and being hospitalized and coming within interested in his life. Let's be clear. Christie's saying these basic truths is essentially a repudiation of Donald trump because that's in fact I noticed this. I. Don't know if you did it was incredibly creepy and bizarre and heartless that weren't presents most loyal advisers right? Who almost definitely got Kobe from the president someone close to him because he was advising him on the debate was incommunicado in hospital for a week, and as far as I could tell, not one person in the White House said a single thing publicly about him. Because to do so to talk about the close of the president who is in the ICU would be acknowledged series of the virus and to acknowledge the series virus is to insult dear leader Donald Trump. Now electoral fortunes look more and more dismal. We were watching some Republican officials start to create some distance between themselves and the president, but it is way way way too late for that they have all brought this moment about together and it is hard to come to any other conclusion that the deaths of tens of thousands of Americans are on their hands.

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Fresh update on "christie" discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

06:44 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "christie" discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"Became clear Mitt Romney would be the Republican nominee. The Obama campaign went on the attack. The former governor of Massachusetts they said was a plutocrats who cared only about money in nineteen eighty, four Romney had been a CO founder of the investment firm Bain capital while had stepped away from Bain and nineteen ninety nine to lead the two thousand, two Winter Olympics effort in Salt Lake City. The Obama team had no intention of letting Romney's past business ventures go on questioned the picture they painted of Bain on the campaign trail with a firm that dismantled companies outsource jobs overseas and thoughtlessly callously laid off hardworking. Americans. Romney they argued didn't care about Americans. He only cared about profits. Barack Obama made the election about a clear choice saying we do not need an outsourcing pioneer in the oval. Office. We need a president who will fight for. American jobs early attack ads from the Obama camp hit Romney for what they claimed were his millions and Swiss bank accounts and tax havens like the Cayman Islands. Romney retorted that Obama and the Democrats were just proving they were. anti-business anti-capitalism. Romney even suggested Obama attacked success despite Romney's arguments the image of him as an out of touch millionaire seem to be catching on in July two thousand twelve Paul Krugman one of the many writers to tackle the subject wrote an opinion piece on Romney in the New York Times Krugman lead with a quote from F Scott, Fitzgerald Short story, the rich boy. Let me tell you about the very rich they are different from you and me. As. The Republican National Convention approached Mitt Romney found himself being attacked by the left for being an out of touch plutocratic and being attacked by some of the right for being too liberal conservative writer Eric Erickson argued that having Romney as a nominee meant conservatism dies and Obama wins the Wall Street. Journal featured the dreaded term Rhino Republican in name only when down several of Romney's proposed policies. The Romney can't believe their candidate could beat Obama on policy but not of Romney law supporting his own party this put a substantial amount of pressure on Romney's vice presidential selection process. Romney, thought John, McCain's choice of Sarah. Palin has an appeal to the conservative wing of the GOP had been a mistake and he didn't want to repeat it still he knew that as A. Perceived moderate he had to widen his appeal to the Republican Party's base in some ways Romney's problem was reminiscent of the problem Ronald Reagan had faced in the nineteen eighty election Reagan selection of moderate George H W Bush for vice president had been made in part to appeal to those in the party who felt Reagan was to conserve the Romney had Reagan's problem only in reverse. Initially New Jersey Governor Chris Christie top the list of potential running mates Romney who prided himself on his healthy lifestyle and comporting himself gracefully in public worried about Christie's weight as often combative nature. Christie's physical appearance had garnered him the codename pufferfish in the vetting process. Romney's as time the stark contrast between him and Chris Christie was exactly why they needed the New Jersey governor campaign strategist Stuart Stevens told Romney wearing a street fight and he's a street fighter. He's comfortable saying things that you're not comfortable saying during the vetting process though potential controversies surrounding Christie came to light there were allegations the governor spent taxpayer money nights at end hotels. Others claim Chris Christie illegally steered lucrative government contracts to friends and supporters. Ultimately, the Romney camp decided there were too many possible skeletons in Christie's closet and Romney. Decided that picking a street fighter was not his style. Hailing from Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan had gained a reputation in the Republican Party as policy walk he had been elected to the house before he'd even turned thirty. Now at forty two, he was viewed by many as the future of the Republican Party his conservative US health care and social security helped him appeal to the far right wing of the GOP which is exactly what? Romney needed and while Romney and Ryan always agree on policy the two men got along. Well, Ryan viewed his Catholicism as an integral part of who he was just as Romney did with his own mormonism and where Chris Christie's health had been concerned for Romney, Paul Ryan fit the bill some of the most circulated photos of Paul. Ryan would be of him posing during a workout. So on Saturday August eleventh two, thousand, twelve at a rally in Norfolk Virginia. Mitt. Romney. Officially introduced Paul Ryan as his running mate that month of August, the polls tight and both camps were looking for an edge but the selection of pollen mixed results. But while Romney saw dips in national pulse, the Ryan Pick had positive impact in crucial battleground states many in the Romney campaign believed that once Paul Ryan took the stage at the upcoming Republican National. Convention. The national polls would fall in line with the battleground polls. Romney and Ryan would start create a united front hoping to rally both the conservative and moderate wings of the party. But the two Republican candidates would soon find themselves upstaged by living legend and they learned that even an imaginary Barack Obama could steal their thunder. It's Thursday August thirtieth two thousand, twelve in Tampa Florida Russell for a Romney adviser sits with legendary actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood Marriott, hotel suite mysteries would mitt nine, the entire team WanNA. Thank you for changing your schedule to accommodate have you. Tropical Storm Isaac forced the cancellation of first night of the Republican National Convention not everyone scheduled to appear has been able to reschedule for a later date including Donald Trump. So the Romney team is especially happy a massive star like Eastwood has made the time mysteries would would you like to go parts your speech? You can use the outlaw Josey Wales image my intro a thank you for that. We're excited about the. Can we talk a little more about what you're. GonNa say oh everyone says the same thing how much they like Mitt of course we all like Mitt we wouldn't be here if we didn't. Well we were hoping you'd make a similar speech to one. You gave at the Idaho fundraiser maybe use that quote for mystic. River just keep it between five and seven minutes. Eastwood knots speeches at party conventions are usually heavily vetted, but that has never been a part of the process with Clint. Romney is a huge fan. The fact that Eastwood agreed to speak at all it's enough Romney but that's not enough for Russell Schruefer. He's a little concerned that eastwood is a wildcard. Additionally I can arrange for a teleprompter for you mysteries would on. Sri Tries to reassure himself. Clint. Eastwood is one of the biggest Hollywood stars ever. He thinks he'll do fine in front of a crowd own entirely convinced Sri for excuses himself. Well, I need to step out for a bit misery. We'll head over to the convention. Looking forward to it..

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Chris Christie says he 'was wrong' to not wear masks after COVID-19 diagnosis

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:11 sec | Last week

Chris Christie says he 'was wrong' to not wear masks after COVID-19 diagnosis

"New Jersey Governor Chris Christie who. was hospitalized for a week with Kobe, recently is urging people to wear masks says he was wrong not to wear one at a White House event and while prepping the President before

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Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:33 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "christie" discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

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New York - Chris Christie Reveals Regrets After Battling COVID-19: ‘I Was Wrong To Not Wear A Mask’

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | Last week

New York - Chris Christie Reveals Regrets After Battling COVID-19: ‘I Was Wrong To Not Wear A Mask’

"And former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie regrets not wearing a mask before getting Corona virus. Christie spent a week in the hospital on ice you before fully recovering from Corona virus. Republicans said he should have worn a mask at the White House event last month and during debate prep with the President Christie releasing a statement advocating for all Americans to wear masks in

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New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Says He Spent 7 Days In ICU Before Recovering From COVID-19

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:08 sec | Last week

New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Says He Spent 7 Days In ICU Before Recovering From COVID-19

"Jersey governor Chris Christie tells The New York Times he spent several days in the ICU battling covert and that he was wrong to not wear a mask that is

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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Reveals Regrets After Battling COVID-19: ‘I Was Wrong To Not Wear A Mask’

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | Last week

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Reveals Regrets After Battling COVID-19: ‘I Was Wrong To Not Wear A Mask’

"Former New Jersey governor and presidential consultant Chris Christie says he was wrong not to wear a mask a few weeks ago to that Rose Garden event at the White House for Amy Cockney Barrettes nomination announcement. Christy ended up with covert and was hospitalized for several days now says he regrets not wearing a mask.

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John Legend dedicates emotional Billboard Music Awards performance to wife Chrissy Teigen two weeks after pregnancy loss

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

01:26 min | Last week

John Legend dedicates emotional Billboard Music Awards performance to wife Chrissy Teigen two weeks after pregnancy loss

"To the 2020. Billboard Music Awards are in the books. Kelly Clarkson, host of the award show in a crowd less theatre in Los Angeles. It was a big night. Her post Malone He's no. The Stallion nine awards, taking home the top artist award as well. Loza top rap album for Hollywood's bleeding. He also performed on this show from a remote secret location. John Legend has performed in emotion tribute to his wife, Christie Thean, who were recently suffered a miscarriage was great. Really good performance that she really wants this. Yes, I'd flip back and forth watching that in some news. Billy, I'll ish went home with three awards, including top female artist If you only ability, Okay? Ah Khalid. Ooh, I like the way you owe him. You like I do because they watches commercials is funny. Little circus. He is funny. The eyes he won five awards cult Religion Guard books was present Great. Brooks was presented with the Icon award. So you got all that going for you and I post Malone's very talented. Don't get all the tattoo thing. I just don't understand the tattoo trying Todo look him up, too. I mean, I just He's never seen post Malone. No, there's not an engine. There's not an inch of his face neck, her body that doesn't have a tattoo. It looks like Horrible but he's really talented. I'll give him

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Three New England governors, one Washington DC-area governor not signing Barrett letter

Dennis Prager

00:36 sec | Last week

Three New England governors, one Washington DC-area governor not signing Barrett letter

"Declined to join the Republican piers and signing a letter urging the Senate to confirm Judge Barrett of the Supreme Court. Bernie Bennett. With that report, 20 for the nation's 28 Republican governor, signed a letter praising Barrett's background in philosophy. Not signing where governors Christie Nunu of New Hampshire, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Phil Scott of Vermont as well as Larry Hogan of Maryland. Baker, Scott and Hogan have been more outspoken in their criticism of President Trump and Sununu has been Sununu has said he believes it is appropriate for bear to have a hearing but not voice specific support or opposition to her nomination. Bernie Bennett reporting also a townhall dot

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Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital After COVID-19 Diagnosis

Business Rockstars

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital After COVID-19 Diagnosis

"And former New Jersey governor Chris Christie says he's beaten covert and he's on the mend. Use a radio networks. Val d'Or has the story. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie has been released from a New Jersey hospital after testing positive for covert last week. Christy was admitted to the hospital last week, just hours after releasing the news of his diagnosis, the ones to Republican presidential candidate who is 58 years old. Is overweight and has asthma, putting him in a more serious risk than those without contributing factors who end up infected with the virus

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New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital Following Treatment For COVID-19

When Radio Was

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital Following Treatment For COVID-19

"Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is out of the hospital following treatment for the Corona virus. Christie was part of the team that prepped the president at the White House the night before his September 29th debate with former vice president and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The former governor had also attended the September 26th Rose Garden ceremony for President Trump's Supreme Court nominee. Amy Cockney,

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Ex-NJ governor Chris Christie says he's out of the hospital

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-NJ governor Chris Christie says he's out of the hospital

"Well, a week after he admitted himself into the hospital. Because of a covert diagnosis. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is now out of the hospital. Christy was updating his condition on Twitter. He tweeted that he thanked his family and friends for their prayers, and he said that he'll have more to say about all of this next week. Kristie, a Trump ally, checked himself into the hospital last Saturday as a precautionary measure because of his history of asthma. He continues to recover from Kulik and is out of the

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New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital Following Treatment For COVID-19

WGN Programming

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital Following Treatment For COVID-19

"Of the members of the president's inner circle returned home from the hospital following treatment for covert 19. Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie tweeted that news today, Christie's Tweet said. I am happy to let you know that this morning I was released from Morristown Medical Center. I want to think the extraordinary doctors and nurses who cared for me for the last week Thanks to my family and friends for their prayers. I will have more to say about all of this. Next week, Kristie had held the president prepare for his first debate against Joe Biden and said no one was wearing mask during those meetings. And Joe Biden, campaigning in Pennsylvania today,

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New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital Following Treatment For COVID-19

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York - Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie Released From Hospital Following Treatment For COVID-19

"Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is out of the hospital following treatment for the Corona Virus Christie announced his release for Morristown Medical Center via tweet expressing his thanks to the medical staff who treated as well as his friends and Family Christie was hospitalized a week ago hours after confirming he had tested positive for covid nineteen and two days after president trump tested positive. Christie was part of the team that prep the president at the White House the night before his September twenty-ninth debate with four of US President and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. The former governor had also attended the September twenty sixth Rose Garden Ceremony for President Trump Supreme Court nominee amy coney

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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie out of hospital after coronavirus diagnosis

Bloomberg Opinion

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie out of hospital after coronavirus diagnosis

"Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie sit on Twitter. He was released from the hospital today, a week after he checked in as a precautionary measure after testing positive for covert 19. Christie, who has a history of obesity and chronic asthma, entered Morristown Medical Center October 3rd. He said he will have more to say about his illness next week

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Former N.J., New York, Gov. Chris Christie Says He's Out of the Hospital After Treatment for COVID-19

NPR News Now

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Former N.J., New York, Gov. Chris Christie Says He's Out of the Hospital After Treatment for COVID-19

"Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is out of the hospital a week after he was diagnosed with a corona virus as NPR's Brian Man reports Christie is one of more than a dozen people in President Trump's inner circle who've contracted the virus a day after president trump announced he and the first lady tested positive Christie. A close trump ally announced he was infected. Christie is overweight suffers from asthma conditions that can increase complications from covid nineteen. He checked himself into a hospital last Saturday in a tweet today Christie said he's been released from the Morristown Medical Center in. New. Jersey he thanked the doctors and nurses who cared for him and said quote I will have more to say about all of this next week. Ryan men. NPR News. This is NPR.

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20 - Children and COVID-19 with Infectious Disease With Expert Dr. Kristin Moffitt

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:04 min | 3 weeks ago

20 - Children and COVID-19 with Infectious Disease With Expert Dr. Kristin Moffitt

"Of course, I my friend and Co host Dr Steven Tailback. He's a quadruple board certified doctor of internal medicine, Pulmonary Disease Critical Care, and neuro critical care and he's on the front lines of the covert battle out in California, for which we are eternally grateful Steve How you doing. Thanks remotely tuning in. Hey Bill. Good to see. And a very special guest Dr Kristen Mufid. She's an associate physician in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Division at Boston Children's. Hospital. And she's a multiple award winning physician and professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical. School. Christie is also affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital She's certified in general pediatrics and Infectious Diseases by the American board of Pediatrics Doctor Moffett. We'd like to thank you for breaking away in. Joining us today. All right. Thanks for having me. Tell me how is Boston Children's focused change during this virus Boston Children's like every hospital in Boston March and early April were all frenzied months as we were preparing like hospitals I'm sure all around the world for what we were anticipating to be a surge in Cova infected patients. It became fairly clear relatively early in the pandemic with data coming. Out of China that children did not seem to be suffering the same severity from this infection as older individuals in adults did we were not completely sure whether or not that data would hold true as the virus swept across the world. Luckily, that has actually held true but that should not be taken it all to mean that children don't get sick from this some children do get sick. From this some do require hospitalization in some studies up to a third of children who require hospitalization require ICU, level care. So Boston Children's was in a unique position in Boston as you know, Boston has an abundance of hospitals for people to choose from excellent hospitals, all of them, but Boston Children's is the only free standing children's hospital. There are several other children's hospitals in Boston but they all. have their physical spaces, their units, their hospital beds contained within larger hospital systems that treat adults. So a decision was made within the city for Boston Children's to be able you take care of all the after patients in Boston who required hospitalization so that the deatrich beds in those other hospitals that were within adult hospitals could be committed to carrying for adults with cooking seems like a good. Plan well, even you just mentioned that children are substantially less susceptible to this virus than people at risk of the children who do get seriously affected by this virus apparently more than seventy five percent of the fatalities in children related to this virus are those of minorities? Can you explain why that's happening? Yeah. That is very true. The disproportionate effects that this infection has had on black and individuals. That has been seen in adults is playing out very much children as well, and that's true. Both of Acute Kobe infections, and then as you may know, we were all surprised in the pediatric. Rome to start to understand this other entity called MISC or multi system inflammatory syndrome in children that seems to be overwhelming inflammation that occurs in children largely two to four weeks after a covert infection. So both acute colon and MISC are impacting minority populations in pediatrics substantially two ways that the most likely explanation is that children are most likely exposed in their households in in their communities, and those are exactly the households in the communities in which the adults are suffering the most serious consequences in highest incidents of covid nineteen infection. So I think that children really very much are reflective of that. So interesting statistic when you look at it, I know from the adult side, we certainly see in that population, there's a lot of multifamily housing multiple families living under one roof and that sort of social crowding a seems to have an impact but also of those people who are not financially immune. So to speak from the virus in that, they must go to work every day to feed their family. You can't be you know a day laborer and do. It via zoom, you actually need to show up in in any time. There is that expectation. There's not going to be a lot of social distancing at the workplace in. So we think that lower socioeconomic in general would be forced to continue their work in their jobs. In spite of the fact that the risks remain the same and the statistic is not percentages of people who get the virus it is a death toll of people who have the virus. So, is it biological that affects them differently or lifestyle or food or? Those are all definitely hypotheses that still frankly require investigation and I think that there may even be a multifactorial. For it. That is along the lines of what Stephen was mentioning is a difference in access to healthcare for these affected populations as well. It certainly is possible that there may be a biological explanation, our hospital in coalition with. The other hospitals are studying the genetics of children who are impacted by either severe ovid infection or by MISC but there isn't anything clearly being born out yet in terms of solid genetic reasons that make me immune response to these affected populations different. Necessarily, there's still some work to be done there. But as you suggested to bill the underlying potential complicating factors that might be called co morbidity in some are also higher in these populations and make them at higher risk in more susceptible to more severe sequentially of this infection.

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How does one become a ghost hunter?

The Ominous Hour

03:01 min | Last month

How does one become a ghost hunter?

"Welcome back to the ominous. I. Have. Christie here from Seoul sisters paranormal in. So excited to have you here. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate it. I. Kind of I. Actually have a lot of questions. A lot of things that I wanNA talk about the Kinda WanNa start a little bit before soul sisters was thing I kinda WanNa know what got you into the paranormal and letting paranormal investigator. Sure. Absolutely. Sue You know a lot of people say we had this one experience or you know I saw my grandmother something like that it really wasn't like that for us we come from a very researched a background were in. Academia and my sister because the team is made up of myself. Twin sister are younger sister in the two female family friends and we would always say ourselves watching the popular television shows you know, why didn't they investigate here? Why didn't they ask these questions you know why they spend more time researching this location and so we told ourselves if we ever had the opportunity to go on a ghost investigation or panel Mestigation, we would jump at that opportunity. So in. Two thousand thirteen a family friend of ours who sat on the Board of the West Virginia State Penitentiary, he said, why don't y'all come up to Mounds Ville stay a couple nights stay the weekend and one of those nights. Why don't you stay inside the prison and so we jumped at that opportunity we went there. We had some night-vision video cameras had a couple of digital cameras and we spent the night in the West Virginia State Penitentiary One of those honored locations in. The country and we've found such compelling evidence that that evening that we decided that we wanted to really go across the country and do this and look for panel activity as well as visit historical locations had reported history of paranormal activity, and so that's what we did we in two thousand fourteen we come up with our name, our logo, our our brand if you will and just started researching the paranormal and historic places and just had been having a bowl of her since. Rate 'cause I actually did some snooping I want on your website and was watching videos and stuff and Lake I. just I really enjoy how much you guys seem to enjoy the ghost hunting in the effort that you guys put into everything in the way that you come in from a very respectful manner. Well. Thank you. I. Really appreciate you watching it for those kind words, and that's really what we try to do you know for us when we go to these locations and we try to communicate with with spirits and entities we really believed that we're trying to communicate with those that once were human. You know they passed, and for some reason, they're still earthbound if you will and so we we want to give him that respect for the humans that they once were, and so we we do research we we into the history of the locations as well as the any individuals that are reported to haunt locations, and we really do come at it with that respectful and. Empathetic. If you will attitude towards investigations

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"christie" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:23 min | 6 months ago

"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..

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"christie" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:05 min | 6 months ago

"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..

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"christie" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

08:03 min | 6 months ago

"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..

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"christie" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

09:34 min | 6 months ago

"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.

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"christie" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

08:43 min | 7 months ago

"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.

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"christie" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

14:27 min | 10 months ago

"christie" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Let me ask you this. Have you ever read any Agatha Christie novels. Yes dozens oh wonderful so you and I are going to on the same page. Obviously I have been loving Agatha Christie novel since I was Just about old enough to read and then there were none is probably like oh my second favorite bookable. It's one of the greatest books ever written in fact but let's talk about Agatha first and then we'll talk about her books great. Agatha Mary Clarisa Miller Miller was born on September fifteenth eighteen ninety into a wealthy upper middle class family in Turkey Devon. She was the youngest of three children. Born to Frederick Alva or Fred. Red Miller who was a gentleman of substance and his wife Clarisa Margaret or Clara Miller. She described her childhood as quote very happy and she was surrounded by a series of strong independent women from an early age. She lived primarily in Devon but made occasional visits to the homes of her step grandmother and Great Aunt Margaret Miller in dealing and maternal grandmother. Mary bomer in base water on Via trains. Follow yeah lots of trains. Trains like crazy. I mean they all did right. I mean they still do. I feel the British. I mean one year of her childhood was spent abroad with her family. In the French Pyrenees Paris Denard and Guernsey and and Christie was raised in a household with various teric beliefs and like her siblings believed that her mother Clara was a psychic with the ability of second sight. Oh naturally naturally So her father unfortunately died of heart problems in nineteen ninety one when she was eleven Christie later claimed that her father's death marked the end of her childhood so very sad moment where she born eighteen. Ninety Okay Yeah Yeah. So after completing their education Christie returned to England and found and her mother ailing and they decided to spend time together in the warmer climate of Cairo which was then a regular tourist destination for wealthy British people She attended many social functions and particularly particularly enjoyed watching Polo and then upon returning to Britain. She continued her social activities writing and performing an amateur theatricals which she did basically. I don't offer the rest of her life which just kind of cool She also helped put on a play called the blue beard of unhappiness with female friends and her writing extended to both poetry and music. Some early work saw publication but she decided against focusing on writing or music as future professions. Kind of having fun And she wrote her first short story the House of beauty which is an early version of her later published story which was called. The House of dreams She was recovering in bed from an undisclosed illness when she wrote this This was about six thousand words on the topic of quote madness and dreams a subject to fashion nation for her One of her biographers has commented that despite quote infelicitous of style the story was nevertheless compelling so basically it wasn't great but it was compelling question. Mark sure he got awesome their kid. Yeah Buck Up. Other stories followed most illustrating her interest in spiritualism in the paranormal which is something that she would continue to go back to not so much in her history books but definitely in her romance novels which will talk about a little bit These stories included the call of wings. Little Only God. Those were two of her more famous ones. Magazines rejected all her early. Submissions All of which were made under pseudonyms including Mac Miller Nathaniel Miller and Sidney West although some submissions were revised and published later often with new titles. Okay so she was kind of now. She's like starting to kind of play around with writing short stories and just kind of like tossing off to magazines like we'll see see if this gets published kind of thing so Christie then set her first novel which was called Snow upon the desert in Cairo and drew from her recent experiences in that city writing under the pseudonym Mono Silica Yeah. She was disappointed when the various publishers. She contacted all declined. Meanwhile her social activities expanded like she seemed like lady like she wanted to go to dances. You had a lot of friends. She entered into short lived relationships with four separate men and an engagement with another so she was getting around. Grow could get it. Yes she could get it She then met Archibald Christie at a dance are she was born in India the son of a barrister and the Indian civil service and he was an army officer who was seconded to the Royal Flying Corps in April nineteen thirteen. The couple quickly fell in love upon learning that he would be stationed in Farnborough. Archie proposed marriage and Agatha accepted. By the way I looked up Archie Christie. What a stone Cold Fox was Gore? Just like not even like like old timey handsome. You're like Oh what a smart mustache and a strong Chin like no. This guy was sex like he was hot. Anyway so get it Agatha Christie so she had long been a diff- a fan of detective. Novels have enjoyed Wilkie Collins's the women in white and the Moonstone as well as Sarath or Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories and so she wrote her own detective novel by her sister's encouragement. She kind of challenged her to write a detective novel novel so the result of that was called the mysterious affair at styles that was her. First novel This features Air Coiro Fan. Dan You like that okay. I don't know why I heard it on a podcast or something. One Time Q.. Eh you acupuncture. Oh former Belgian police officer noted for his twirly large magnificent moustaches an egg shaped the head. She began working on the mysterious a failure at styles nineteen sixteen writing much of it on Dartmoor and original manuscript was rejected by such publishing companies as hotter in Straton and methuen famous British. faming clean houses after keeping the submission for several months. John Lane at the Bodley head offered to accept except provided that Christie changed the ending. Well she did so and signed a contract which he later felt was exploitative but it was finally published in nineteen twenty so her first novel which featured aircraft wackle wow was published in nineteen twenty Agatha Christie. Meanwhile settled into married life giving birth to her only child. Rosaline Margaret Clarisa Christie in August nineteen nineteen at Ashfield Archie left the air force the end of the war and started working in the city financial sector at a relatively really low salary though they still employed a made so they weren't like destitute Um her second novel. The secret adversary came out in nineteen twenty two which featured a new detective couple called Tommy Tommy and tuppence which we'll talk about later. This was again published by the Bodley head and it earned her fifty pounds a third novel again featured Poirot. Oh Wow oh called murder on the links which came out in nineteen twenty-three as did short stories commissioned by Bruce Ingram who is the editor of the Sketch magazine. So she's Picking Up St. She's picking get up steam. She's she's starting to write like longer novels. She's still writing short stories. She's you don't get some stuff out there. So nineteen twenty two Christie's together joined in around the world. Promotional Emotional tour for the British Empire Exhibition led by Major Ernest. belcher leaving their daughter with Agatha's mother and sister in ten months. They traveled to South Africa. Australia New Zealand Island Hawaii and Canada. They learned to surf prone in South Africa. And then in Waikiki. They were among the first British people to surf standing up so Agatha commodity that is hanging ten in Waikiki. In one thousand nine twenty two writing novels married to a guy has a beautiful baby. She's living living the best lead in her best life. So following their return to England archie resumed work in the city while Christie continued to work hard at her writing after a series of apartments in London. They moved to the country eventually purchasing addressing house in Sunningdale Berkshire which they renamed styles after the mansion. In Christie's first detective novel unfortunately Christie's mother died in April nineteen twenty six and they had been exceptionally close and the law sent Christie into a deep depression. It or Mosey coming. I guess not I guess not. That's a shame so now let's talk about the disappearance. I love this. So I'm going to set the scene and August nineteen twenty-six Archie Christie for a divorce. He had fallen in love with Nancy. Neil who had been a friend of major benchers also they were in like and a community group basically like a wealthy person community group and it was like all these wives and and like Friends of friends and Agatha and Nancy Anssi Neil were in the same like they were on the board for this and that they knew each other like they were friends which is insane so on December third nineteen twenty six. The pair fought after Archie announced his plan to spend the weekend with friends unaccompanied by his wife. He was like I'm leaving so late that evening. Agatha disappeared from her home her car which was a Morris. Cowley was found at newlands corner perched above a chalk quarry with an expired driver's license and her close. The disappearance caused a public outcry outcry. Of course the home secretary. William Joints and Hicks William Joyce Hicks. He pressured police and a newspaper offered one hundred pound reward over a thousand police officers fifteen thousand volunteers and several airplanes scoured the rural landscape. Wow Sir Arthur CONAN endorsed gave a spirit medium. One of Christie's gloves to find her because he was super spiritual yoke until he got you know taken by one too many people on then. He sat out his like he spent the rest of his life. Trying to disprove those people but anyway not a story about him. Christie's disappearance was featured on the front page of the New York Times. Despite despite the extensive manhunt she was not found for ten days and finally on December Fourteenth Nineteen Twenty six she was found at the Swan. Hydro Pathak Hotel in Harrogate Yorkshire registered. As a Mrs is Tranessa Neil which was the same surname as her husband's lover. ooh that Capetown South Africa South Africa. The next day Kristie Leifer sister's residence where she was sequestered quote in Guarded Hall Gates Locked Telephone. Cutoff and callers turned away. Christie's autobiography Fee makes no reference to the disappearance. Didn't even write about it to doctors diagnosed her suffering from quote an unquestionable genuine loss of memory yet opinions remain divided fight over the reason for her disappearance. Some including authorized biographer. Janet Morgan believed that she disappeared during a few state. In contrast jared cade. Who is another biographer of hers? Research led him to conclude that Christie deliberately planned the event to embarrass her husband but did not anticipate the public melodrama that resulted. That's the theory that I am most into onto. Yeah because okay like just just like literature and film overall. We've been led to believe much like that that the quicksand is is more of data than than we than we initially thought. That happens all the time. All you just all you have to have is just like a bad shot. Knock on the head Yup and suddenly you cannot remember your entire life for your own name. which is that's impossible? Yeah so this and also hello back. Then I mean this this time period is just coming out of this idea. That women are so delicate mentally that you know anything could send them over the edge and they just completely lose their minds which is obviously not true. She was probably more like like son Archie inch going to SPA to the spot. I'm I'm going to register under your lover's name. How do you like that and you know what I'm not GonNa call anybody or tell anyone where I'm going and I'm GonNa Ford you disappear? I'M GONNA get so spod awed like she writes detective novels. Of course she's going to know how to cover her tracks. Come on another biographer. Laura Thompson provides the alternative you that Christie disappeared during a nervous breakdown conscious of her actions but not in an emotional control of herself which whatever public reaction at the time however was largely negative. Supposing a publicity based on or an attempt to frame her husband for murder so people were not like when they found her. Yeah we're not super sympathetic. Yeah so because she wasn't like wandering around in the woods. Yeah like blood news like oh no. I was kidnapped you know. WHO's at a SPA yes? She was at a SPA. So because of this in January nineteen twenty seven Christie looking very pale sailed with her daughter and secretary to Las Palmas in the Canary Islands to complete her convalescence and she returned three months later Christie petition for divorce and was granted that in October nineteen twenty. Eight and Archie married. Nancy Neil a week later. Chris retained custody of their daughter. Rosalind and the Christy surname for in writing and during their marriage she published six novels a collection of short stories in a number of short stories in magazines Some years later reflecting on the whole period Christie said quote so so after illness came sorrow despair and heartbreak there is no need to dwell on. It was all she said moving on moving on so in Autumn Nineteen Nineteen Twenty eight Christie left England and took the Orient Express to Istanbul. She subsequently went on to Baghdad in Iraq she became friends with an archaeologist Leonard woolley and his wife who invited it'd her to return to their dig in February of Nineteen thirty on that second trip. She met a young archaeologist thirteen years. Her junior named Max Mallon looked him up also not. I wouldn't kickbacks Melo Outta bed you know what I'm saying you know Smart Little Moustache and a sharp jawline. Yes ma'am so in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven interview. Mallow in recounted his first I meeting with Christie when he took her in a group of tourists on a tour of his expedition site in Iraq Krisztian mellow unmarried in September of Nineteen thirty so this was quick. Quick quick. Their marriage was happy and lasted until Christie's death. We'll good lovely. Says she was very happy with him. So during the Second World War Christie works in the pharmacy at University College Hospital in London where where she acquired a knowledge of poisons that she put to good use in her post war crime. Yeah for example. The USA failure as a poison was suggested her by. UCA Chief Pharmacist Pharmacist. Harold Davis later appointed the chief pharmacist of the UK Ministry of Health and in the Pale horse published in nineteen sixty one. She imploded to dispatch a series of victims. The first clue to the murder method coming from the victims loss of hair so accurate was her description of failure poisoning that on at least one occasion to help solve a case that was baffling doctors..

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"christie" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"christie" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"christie" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"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?.

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"christie" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"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..

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"christie" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

13:54 min | 2 years ago

"christie" Discussed on Generation V

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Generation V

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"christie" Discussed on Generation V

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Generation V

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"christie" Discussed on Generation V

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Generation V

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"christie" Discussed on Generation V

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"christie" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"christie" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"christie" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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