I see that Agatha Christie’s family is complaining about Wikipedia’s revealing the name of the murderer in The Mousetrap. In true, understated, British fashion, Christie’s grandson, who has the rights to the play, calls the situation “unfortunate.”
I’ll bet he’s really pissed.
So how many times has everyone seen the play? I’ve seen it twice. Have to say that the first time was a lot more enjoyable, not knowing whodunnit.
Prince Harry is doing it!
And Lady Gaga took a private lesson at our studio last month.
S dniom razhdjenia!, Emma!
Today’s date, August 27th, always makes me think of an old family member.
Does it ring a bell with you, brothers?
The Wall Street Journal has a “where are they now?” article this morning on tennis players.
Remember Andrea Jaeger? She’s a nun!
I saw this video on the Daily Telegraph’s website this morning and have thought about very little else all day. Very upsetting. The cat was so trusting. How could anyone do this?
I hope someone recognizes her and turns her in.
UPDATE, August 24th: The woman has been identified.
ANOTHER UPDATE, August 25th: I thought that just maybe the woman would have a plausible explanation for what she did. But no. ” . . . she claimed the outcry had been blown out of all proportion. She said: ‘I don’t know what the fuss is about. It’s just a cat.'”
Thanks for sending this, David!
I needed a good chuckle this morning.