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Here's A Thought with Charles Shaughnessy for Thursday 25 September, 2014

We love Janne's cartoon for today's show!

If you missed today's live show, you can watch it again in the archives by clicking HERE or on the cartoon!

Charlie announced that he would be starring as Dr. Prentice in Joe Orton's British sex farce WHAT THE BUTLER SAW
November 12 - December 21, 2014 
at the Mark Taper Forum at the Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles, California. We will post more information as we get it, including how rehearsals affect our LIVE #HeresAThought show tapings.  


  1. Last evening's show was GREAT, Charlie(even if there was that idiot caller who didn't realize she was on the air, she must really be an airhead, and oh....wait). I agreed with you on so many of the topics(which I do believe is one of the signs of the Apocalypse LOL). ISIS needs to be stopped, the NFL pays people to be violent than is shocked when they're violent(and of course the head injuries which can alter personality), and conservatives are NOT racist. I do think you need to make a PSA about that, for Huffington Post and MSNBC...because it's really a mess out there. At the end of the day though, it's just a way for the loser in an argument to end the discussion. I can remember, back on your old blogs, when one of your fans(who has long since disappeared) said to me "You can talk all you want about how you disagree with Obama, we all know the REAL reason you don't like him." I was so pleased to hear you actually say, out loud, that it's racist to use that argument.
    I'm so looking forward to seeing "My Fair Lady" again, in Rhode Island and hopefully some of us can get to Jacksonville for "Harvey".
    L'Shanah Tovah to you and your family! May you have a sweet New Year.


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