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GlaxoSmithKline: COVID-19 antibody drug  effective against omicron

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GlaxoSmithKline: COVID-19 antibody drug effective against omicron

"Glaxo Glaxo Smith Smith Kline Kline says says its its covert covert nineteen nineteen antibody antibody drug drug appears appears to to be be effective effective against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant based based on on the the initial initial laboratory laboratory testing testing the the British British drugmaker drugmaker says says it it hopes hopes to to complete complete testing testing by by year's year's end end to to confirm confirm whether whether the the drug drug is is effective effective against against all all the the various various mutations mutations scene scene with with the the new new variant variant the the announcement announcement is is one one of of the the first first indications indications that that at at least least some some of of the the current current code code nineteen nineteen treatments treatments will will retain retain their their potency potency against against this this emerging emerging strain strain on on Tuesday Tuesday rival rival drugmaker drugmaker Regeneron Regeneron caution caution that that its its antibody antibody cocktail cocktail appeared appeared to to lose lose effectiveness effectiveness against against macron macron I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Fresh update on "charles" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:53 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "charles" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Most targeted incumbent Republican in the nation. This is the seat that Biden wine, like I said by 10% and we weren't supposed to win this and we won on the back of hard work, the right messages and conservative values that people do still value and it's all about security in this race. So elect Mike Garcia dot com would love to support us a nation on this one. When you are out and about, you are a war vet. I'm not sure if you flew in Iraq, Afghanistan, or both of them, but I know you're a combat air vent. A rock. What did you make of the collapse of America in Afghanistan? And the way we left American citizens, green card holders and SIV applicants there. Obviously, it's shameful. At heartbreaking, there's all sorts of adjectives to use. This was an avoidable scenario. We knew it was coming. Our congressional office continued to get folks out even after the deadline our congressional office my district director Charles has been doing God's work. We've gotten a 115 Americans and SIV applicants out safely since this debacle started. So there are still congressional offices working. And look, this is a major hit on the reputation of our nation. If you had asked me three years ago or even two years ago, where Afghanistan was in the rack and stack of threats against the United States, Afghanistan or the Taliban would not have been in the top 5. And we've proven that we can't deal with that threat correctly. And now they are in the top 5 again. And meanwhile, we've got these two giant bears called China, Russia, who are over the horizon looking at this and frankly, look in their chops and anticipation of our weakness. So this is a huge problem for us. We've got to demonstrate strength again. The problem with China right now is that the United States and China between the two of us neither nation fears each other. China doesn't fear us because they don't have to. They know they have technological and capacity and capability advantages in many domains. And we're not fearing China because this administration isn't paying attention. This administration is not giving the credibility and the due regard to this Chinese threat that it needs to. And I think the average American is starting to pay more attention to China than this president and commander chief is right now. So this is the fundamental problem. You can't bury your head in the sand and hope for good things to happen. You have to have a plan and you've got to expect that the enemy is going to use its weapons against us and prepare for it. And fundamentally, that's where you failed in Afghanistan. It was a strategy of hope and dreams rather than actual execution. So we still need to get Americans out. I don't want Americans to forget that they're still our American stranded in Afghanistan. We want my friend John andross works the problem every day. Americans for Afghanistan is his organization, we're behind that. Elect Mike Garcia dot com congressman come back when the lines are finished. We'll tell people exactly where they are. But everyone.

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Tel Aviv is priciest city, outranking Paris in new report

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00:44 sec | 18 hrs ago

Tel Aviv is priciest city, outranking Paris in new report

"Tel Tel Aviv Aviv residents residents have have for for years years complained complained about about how how expensive expensive the the places places with with living living costs costs taking taking a a chunk chunk out out of of their their paychecks paychecks but but now now a a new new study study affirms affirms the the quibbles quibbles according according to to the the economist economist intelligence intelligence unit unit the the seaside seaside metropolis metropolis has has emerged emerged as as the the most most expensive expensive city city to to live live in in Tel Tel Aviv Aviv which which previously previously ranked ranked fifty fifty most most expensive expensive does does not not suppose suppose other other pricey pricey places places like like Paris Paris and and Singapore Singapore economists economists attribute attribute the the jump jump to to a a strong strong appreciation appreciation of of the the shekel shekel against against the the dollar dollar while while also also pointing pointing to to rising rising grocer grocer and and transport transport costs costs the the report report did did not not include include housing housing prices prices another another common common complaint complaint among among young young professionals professionals and and families families trying trying to to live live in in the the bustling bustling city city I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Hungare facing COVID-19 surge

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00:47 sec | 20 hrs ago

Hungare facing COVID-19 surge

"The the number number of of daily daily cope cope with with nineteen nineteen deaths deaths in in Hungary Hungary whose whose reached reached a a high high not not seen seen since since a a devastating devastating wave wave last last spring spring the the grim grim record record is is part part of of a a recent recent sharp sharp rise rise in in pandemic pandemic indicators indicators that that has has given given the the country country the the highest highest but but capital capital death death rate rate in in the the world world as as many many of of the the central central European European countries countries neighbors neighbors have have instituted instituted lockdowns lockdowns and and other other measures measures Congress Congress government government has has opted opted to to keep keep its its economy economy open open and and is is emphasized emphasized vaccination vaccination as as the the only only means means of of effectively effectively combating combating the the pandemic pandemic while while a a mass mass vaccination vaccination drive drive that that began began last last week week has has been been able able to to bump bump up up the the numbers numbers of of vaccinated vaccinated Hungarians Hungarians a a surge surge in in new new cases cases and and deaths deaths continues continues as as the the number number of of daily daily mortalities mortalities which which two two hundred hundred eighteen eighteen on on Thursday Thursday the the highest highest since since April April sixteen sixteen I'm I'm Charles Charles hello hello this this month month

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Omicron keeps world jittery as more information drips out

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00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Omicron keeps world jittery as more information drips out

"The the only only conquering conquering the the virus virus variant variant is is keeping keeping a a G. G. three three wheeled wheeled off off kilter kilter the the Japan Japan further further tightens tightens travel travel restrictions restrictions infections infections linked linked to to Omicron Omicron have have popped popped up up in in more more places places a a new new evidence evidence makes makes clear clear the the mutant mutant strain strain was was circulating circulating weeks weeks earlier earlier than than originally originally thought thought one one concern concern country country Japan Japan Aust Aust international international airlines airlines to to stop stop taking taking new new reservations reservations all all flights flights arriving arriving in in the the country country from from December December much much is is still still unknown unknown about about the the new new variant variant including including how how contagious contagious it it is is and and whether whether it it can can evade evade vaccines vaccines the the European European Union Union chief chief has has acknowledged acknowledged that that waiting waiting for for scientists scientists to to tell tell the the world world more more felt felt like like an an eternity eternity meanwhile meanwhile many many nations nations in in Europe Europe the the still still dealing dealing with with an an older older phone phone the the delta delta variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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UN migration agency: COVID has 'radically altered' mobility

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UN migration agency: COVID has 'radically altered' mobility

"The the United United Nations Nations says says cove cove it it has has deeply deeply affected affected the the mobility mobility for for migrants migrants the the U. U. N. N. migration migration agency agency says says that that the the pandemic pandemic appears appears to to have have accelerated accelerated hostile hostile rhetoric rhetoric against against migrants migrants in in the the world world and and radically radically altered altered mobility mobility projecting projecting in in a a new new report report the the travel travel and and other other could could be be nineteen nineteen fighting fighting restrictions restrictions could could dampen dampen migration migration worldwide worldwide as as long long as as they they remain remain the the international international organization organization for for migration migration points points to to a a dramatic dramatic increase increase in in internal internal displacement displacement that's that's movement movement within within countries countries caused caused by by natural natural disasters disasters conflict conflict and and violence violence with with could could be be nineteen nineteen restrictions restrictions shutting shutting borders borders I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month

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Nigeria detects first case of omicron variant from October

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Nigeria detects first case of omicron variant from October

"Nigeria Nigeria says says its its first first case case of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant was was identified identified weeks weeks ago ago the the country's country's national national public public health health institute institute says says it it had had detected detected a a first first case case all all the the variant variant in in the the song song pull pull it it collected collected in in October October weeks weeks before before South South Africa Africa alerted alerted the the world world about about the the variant variant last last week week Nigeria's Nigeria's the the first first west west African African country country that's that's according according to to the the new new variant variant since since scientists scientists in in southern southern Africa Africa detected detected and and reported reported it it I'm I'm now now can can be be added added to to a a list list of of nearly nearly twenty twenty countries countries with with a a variant variant has has been been found found much much remains remains unknown unknown about about the the new new coronavirus coronavirus including including whether whether it's it's more more contagious contagious and and if if it it is is less less effective effective against against vaccines vaccines I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Detective: Brothers detailed how Jussie Smollett staged hoax

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Detective: Brothers detailed how Jussie Smollett staged hoax

"The the first first day day of of testimony testimony in in the the jussie jussie Smollett Smollett Charles Charles now now in in the the books books the the lead lead investigator investigator into into the the X. X. empire empire actress actress claimed claimed that that he he was was the the victim victim of of a a racist racist and and anti anti gay gay attack attack was was on on the the stand stand the the former former Chicago Chicago detective detective told told the the jury jury they they first first B. B. jussie jussie Smollett Smollett as as the the victim victim of of what what they they thought thought was was a a horrible horrible hate hate crime crime and and Michael Michael C. C. says says police police were were excited excited to to find find that that they they were were surveillance surveillance tape tape of of the the incident incident when when the the suspects suspects were were arrested arrested they they told told police police that that it it was was Malek Malek who who concocted concocted the the attack attack telling telling the the man man to to meet meet him him on on the the low low paying paying for for supplies supplies and and even even during during the the dry dry run run of of the the attack attack I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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Barbados bids farewell to British monarchy, becomes republic

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Barbados bids farewell to British monarchy, becomes republic

"Barbados Barbados is is bidding bidding farewell farewell to to the the British British monarchy monarchy Barbados Barbados no no longer longer pledges pledges allegiance allegiance to to Queen Queen Elizabeth Elizabeth the the creation creation of of this this Republic Republic of of is is a a new new beginning beginning prince prince Charles Charles was was among among those those who who were were there there as as Barbados Barbados she she had had another another vestige vestige of of its its colonial colonial history history from from the the darkest darkest days days of of passed passed and and the the appalling appalling atrocity atrocity of of slavery slavery which which forever forever stains stains history history the the people people of of these these islands islands forced forced upon upon us us with with extraordinary extraordinary forty forty two two Barbadoes Barbadoes didn't didn't need need permission permission from from the the UK UK to to become become a a Republic Republic governor governor general general Sandra Sandra Mason Mason was was sworn sworn in in as as president president pop pop star star Rihanna Rihanna was was also also given given the the honor honor of of national national hero hero of of Barbados Barbados I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue

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New info shows omicron spread wider earlier than thought

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New info shows omicron spread wider earlier than thought

"New new findings findings about about of of the the only only chrome chrome variant variant makes makes it it clear clear the the emerging emerging threat threat slipped slipped into into countries countries will will be be full full the the defense defense is is well well up up another another lens lens health health institute institute has has found found on on the the crown crown in in samples samples dating dating from from November November nineteen nineteen to to twenty twenty three three W. W. H. H. O. O. has has said said South South Africa Africa first first reported reported the the variant variant to to the the UN UN health health agency agency on on November November twenty twenty full full and and German German authorities authorities say say they they have have an an ongoing ongoing infection infection in in Amman Amman who who had had need need to to be be the the bold bold north north had had contact contact with with anyone anyone who who walls walls the the latest latest news news makes makes it it increasingly increasingly clear clear the the travel travel bans bans would would struggle struggle to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the variant variant but but that that hasn't hasn't stopped stopped the the nation's nation's from from rushing rushing to to impose impose travel travel restrictions restrictions moves moves criticized criticized by by South South Africa Africa on on the the WHO's WHO's which which is is noted noted that that limited limited effect effect I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my

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Space junk forces spacewalk delay, too risky for astronauts

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Space junk forces spacewalk delay, too risky for astronauts

"NASA NASA has has cooled cooled off off a a space space walk walk because because of of menacing menacing space space drug drug that that could could puncture puncture an an astronaut's astronaut's suit suit or or damage damage the the international international space space station station two two American American astronauts astronauts was was set set to to do do a a place place about about an an antenna antenna I I outside outside of of the the space space station station but but late late Monday Monday night night mission mission control control learned learned that that a a piece piece of of orbiting orbiting debris debris might might to to come come dangerously dangerously close close there there wasn't wasn't enough enough time time to to assess assess the the threat threat to to the the job job was was put put off off for for at at least least a a few few days days the the first first time time a a space space walk walk was was being being canceled canceled because because of of the the threat threat from from space space junk junk the the space space station station and and its its crew crew of of seven seven have have been been as as increased increased risk risk from from space space strong strong since since Russia Russia destroyed destroyed a a satellite satellite in in the the missile missile test test two two weeks weeks ago ago I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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Face masks again mandatory in England amid variant spread

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00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Face masks again mandatory in England amid variant spread

"Facemasks facemasks almond almond tree tree again again in in England England amid amid a a corona corona virus virus variants variants spread spread new new measures measures to to combat combat the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant have have come come into into force force in in England England with with face face coverings coverings again again compulsory compulsory in in shops shops and and on on public public transport transport and and travel travel is is returning returning to to the the UK UK let's let's also also take take a a PCR PCR test test on on self self isolate isolate until until they they receive receive a a negative negative result result previously previously they've they've been been able able to to take take a a lateral lateral flow flow test test and and there there was was no no requirement requirement to to isolate isolate the the reintroduction reintroduction of of banditry banditry facemasks facemasks brings brings England England closer closer in in line line with with the the rest rest of of the the UK UK Scotland Scotland Wales Wales and and Northern Northern Ireland Ireland we we could could not not relaxed relaxed coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions as as much much as as in in the the don don since since the the summer summer Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma London London

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Omicron was in Netherlands days earlier than first thought

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00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Omicron was in Netherlands days earlier than first thought

"That's that's helpful helpful for for to to say say the the over over corn corn variant variant was was already already in in the the Netherlands Netherlands when when South South Africa Africa alerted alerted the the World World Health Health Organization Organization about about it it last last week week the the news news adds adds the the fear fear and and confusion confusion over over the the new new version version of of the the corona corona virus virus in in a a weary weary world world hoping hoping it it left left the the worst worst of of the the pandemic pandemic behind behind the the Netherlands Netherlands is is all all IBM IBM health health institute institute has has found found only only calm calm in in some some polls polls dating dating from from November November the the nineteenth nineteenth to to the the twenty twenty third third the the WHO's WHO's says says South South Africa Africa first first reported reported the the variant variant on on November November twenty twenty fourth fourth it it remains remains unclear unclear whether whether that that will will win win the the variant variant first first emerged emerged but but that that hasn't hasn't stopped stopped wary wary nations nations from from rushing rushing to to impose impose travel travel restrictions restrictions especially especially on on visitors visitors coming coming from from southern southern Africa Africa I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'

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Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'

"The the new new coronavirus coronavirus variant variant Omicron Omicron is is bringing bringing cozied cozied nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine inequality inequality home home to to roost roost the the emergence emergence of of Omicron Omicron on on the the wheels wheels desperate desperate and and likely likely futile futile attempt attempt to to keep keep it it at at bay bay a a reminders reminders of of what what scientists scientists have have warned warned for for months months the the coronavirus coronavirus who who thrive thrive as as long long as as vols vols parts parts of of the the world world black black vaccines vaccines the the holding holding of of limited limited to to cope cope with with nineteen nineteen shots shots by by rich rich countries countries doesn't doesn't just just mean mean risk risk for for the the parts parts of of the the world world C. C. ng ng shortages shortages it it threatens threatens the the entire entire globe globe faxing faxing expert expert Richard Richard Hatchett Hatchett says says the the bar bar received received a a ruthless ruthless opportunist opportunist and and the the inequality inequality that that has has characterized characterized the the global global response response has has now now come come home home to to roost roost Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London

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1st French omicron case on Indian Ocean island of Reunion

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00:47 sec | 2 d ago

1st French omicron case on Indian Ocean island of Reunion

"Japan Japan and and France France have have confirmed confirmed the the first first cases cases of of the the new new variant variant of of the the corona corona virus virus as as countries countries around around the the world world scrambled scrambled to to close close their their doors doors we'll we'll find find ways ways to to limited limited spread spread French French authorities authorities have have confirmed confirmed the the first first case case of of the the only only chrome chrome variant variant in in the the French French island island territory territory of of ray ray union union on on in in the the Indian Indian Ocean Ocean the the person person who who tested tested positive positive for for the the new new variant variant is is a a fifty fifty three three year year old old man man who who travelled travelled to to Mozambique Mozambique and and stopped stopped in in South South Africa Africa before before returning returning to to the the territory territory Japan Japan too too has has confirmed confirmed its its first first case case in in a a visitor visitor who who recently recently arrived arrived from from Namibia Namibia a a day day off off to to banning banning all all foreign foreign visitors visitors as as an an emergency emergency precaution precaution against against the the new new variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

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India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

"The serum institute of India the world's largest vaccine maker whose resume exports of coronavirus shots to the U. N. backed Kovacs distribution program off the whole thing most overseas sales in March vaccine was also part of the C. room warehouse in Pune South India destined for a pull on project based on the company most of it being productions main supplier was an explosion of cases in India resulted in a cutoff of exports the suspension was a significant setback for global efforts to distribute vaccines equitably new infections in India have now fallen to the lowest levels in months on the first new exports under the Kovacs program are on their way I'm Charles collect as much

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World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

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00:47 sec | 6 d ago

World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

"Bilson has become the first European Union country to announce a case of the corona virus variant detected in South Africa well the seller since the age of all of us health minister Frank Vandenbroucke tells the media it's someone who came from abroad a person tested on November twenty two he was not vaccinated and had no prior infection Belgium has recently taken new measures in an attempt to keep a delta driven covert nineteen spike from spiraling out of control hoping that action now will save call Christmas next month south African scientists have identified a new version of the corona virus this week that they say is behind a recent spike in that cope with nineteen infections I'm Charles the last month

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WHO hosts special meeting on worrying new COVID-19 variant

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WHO hosts special meeting on worrying new COVID-19 variant

"The world health organization is hosting a special meeting on a worrying new covert nineteen variant advises a holding the session to flush out information about the very at the solutions South Africa though its impact on Clevedon team vaccines may not be known for weeks the technical advisory group on the evolution of privet nineteen is meeting virtually discusses circle B. one one five two nine variant this caused the stock market swoon and lead the you to recommend the polls and flights to southern Africa the group could decide if it's a variant of concern the most worrying type like the well known delta variant all of their end of interest on whether to use a Greek letter to classify it I'm Charles the last month

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Israel detects its first case of new coronavirus variant

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00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Israel detects its first case of new coronavirus variant

"The Israeli health ministry says is detected the country's first case over new coronavirus variant in a traveler who's returned from Malawi the health ministry says the traveler and two other suspected cases could be placed in isolation I think the three all vaccinated without it's currently looking into the exact vaccination status a new coronavirus Verint has been detected in South Africa the song to say is a concern because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people in Gulf tango the country's most populous province I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Ed this tribe will rewrite some charles. I don't believe that at the great war in the this name is a religion that manifest in breeds genocidal hatred. The idea that that he saw is a misinterpretations of the religion breed. It you have a wall saying religion and that's wigs Get into the question of ancestry. I mean i mean anybody. that's you know. That's that's an idea that i just like. There wasn't abraham is a fact. That mea charles are descendants so blue abraham isaac and jacob there is there is an embolic and the enemies of the jewish people are in fact descendants of a mullick thing that is similar very. That's a very narrow denic view. And i don't think it's a majority opinion clearly says in our tax. You gotta see the malaysians from all the rabbis on new there on my ancestors were reflecting relative because they agreed that the are traditions were inaccurate and needed to be amended but as they like nominee. This is what our book said for thousands of years. This is what di- rabbis wrote about in europe for for over a thousand years almost every single rabbi in europe Kept us opinion on like a blood church. Amil bloodlines in europe. Where the where. The descendant has ace of it. Sounds like it sounds just like just later mohammed bin. How many like the koran itself says that muhammed is a descendant of schmil and generally. The rabbis agreed that the even the yoga rather disgusting nassarawa komeini are descendants of schmil. They claim it themselves. In the rabbi agreed less people are modern day descendants yet to send it from malek and also. They're not descended from smell. We don't know who's descended from a moment. no that socities like this. I you know the bloodlines of the of the ruling aristocracy of europe. And i've heard. I think i've heard you talk about this adam and it's actually interesting. You know the three hundred families that rule the world. You know that the maybe not you. But i've heard haven't talked about that. And i talked much about the european royal lundberg's l- blows out of the middle. Eastern royalty is descended from you. Smell the european. Royalty is descended from asia i think the abraham and whether gator is that was what we believed our ancestors believed for thousand and clemson. Who was anyways. Listen guys. i'm kind of at the end of it. Because i want to be able to download this into some of my channels and they usually don't let me do over an hour. You're already over an hour. Because you on the program. So i i probably should wrap it up but really interesting conversation. Adam i really want to thank you for joining wanted to talk to you. Please let my viewers and listeners. Know where they can reach you and how they can listen to your show. No more news dot org where you can find on my links.

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Your mail becomes the nation of the of a muslim countries in its east west. Divider that the wife. The west is under majority. The guidance of ace of in amal comes from the tribe of ace of the mullick is a descendant of ace of and adams. Obviously obliged mandy not necessarily so concerned with his into event or or or or the or the east is the but the same thing thing. Ish male is the dominant factor in islam and and east in that The dominant So it's not necessarily a mullick is a molecule factor of evil that is in all societies. They know malik. More at least in our sages texas conducive to evil mostly in the west although the poem story is also seen as a molecules. Yale is the dominant factor in the east in his. And it's a completely different And i've never heard adam talk much about to smell. But the is a western movies from the north It's not applicable You necessarily to to the western. I just want to answer nothing to do with race. Okay his judaism is not a great sluts are text bring it down as saying like our texts. Do bring it down as lineage. That mullick adam even told me says like i think he's a mullick is like no. You can't be a molecule it ace. Adam told me his parents are basically normal. Christians never say anything bad about jews and for my understanding No malik is a blood descendant of amal. it's not just someone who hates. Jews is a malik. God forbid amaliqa. It mean that his father had with hate jews ins. Grandfather had to hate jews in his waging. A blood war and walter and tiles are even ace of that. It's actually a blood war. That malik is we might not know who is. But it's a blood lineage. And it's carried out You could take some sort of reincarnation or a spirit of but i think our text clearly zeta is in fact a blood lineage. And the torah are hebrew blood lineage. It says descendants is what is in measure said some content if if adams you know parents were neutral and even had a positive view. It's impossible that he's a mollica. Zero chair adam. What you're saying is true that it's actually a blood descendant. We don't know who that is and anyone who says that they know who cares who knows who it is. The idea is that you have to you have to exterminate people in order for messianic age to commence that as you have to destroy amtrak or i've seen there as where as well build the temple. Anoint the most. It's it's genocidal. sidled theology. Anyone who well anybody who claims that they know who amulets apocalyptic genocide. It's going to be days. And at the end of days the tribals a mullet will re arise and there will be a great war. My montes is actually a one of the few with only major stages that say mullet could repent the majority of the sages. They mullet can't repent. There is no chance but my mind is actually says that if amal changes is way he could do. The chart disagree. Says disagreement profits out elliptical end of days. That's where these courses are going to reemerge. Many great lords will can compact repent of sin. You can do it on your you argue with the sages using only my mandy says that the majority of the stages say a mullet can't repent. It was so your opinion on the matter. Charles doesn't matter because say against what our sages say. Find than as i said before. We don't know who a malik is an anyone who claims that they do zip are blessed that we do have an apocalyptic beliefs rabbis on youtube say that european at the end of the day..

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"You can look at any jewish prayerbook that we go through emelec can can be saved. Yes you look at any jewish prayerbook take a sitter and take a look at what we pray for every day in our in the in the mid and in my arif that all of man will no god at that time all of man because he killed or disappears brazelle missing adam at remember be destroyed. Just inanity let's see on a gauge always lack. What happens to the people who don't obey. They get destroyed. That's our book. Say only if they're at war with god in which case met on the field of battle so they don't so we don't believe in your way and were met on the field of battle. No that's that's not the definition of those bed in the field of. What do you consider at war with. God is not worshiping. Galway not considered at war with no people who are actively trying to subvert knowledge of god. People worshipping men. I would say the communist movement is an example of that. The nazi movement is an example of that the mater trans humanist movement is an example of when we say follow your place in heaven. They're engaging in the sand of adam and eve. Worshiper reside worshipers of idols. False of followers of false prophets will no longer have the ability to follow false prophets or worshipful idols. Because they'll be exposed not be saying that are messianic times and shoulder to shoulder or ship you shall worship reader and that's going to be alternates. Left as that is largely with the prophet say is. there's the christian You'll comparisons at the end. Today's the jews will have to accept jesus or be destroyed. And that's largely parallel to the jewish messianic belief that people will have to submit to a husham jehovah is were poor or business. I think it's just to know to know. God is to know the truth to know the greater truths universal truths and to know that there is a creator of the universe that created the universe. Exner hilo out of nothing and therefore created a system of of moral unethical understandings and what's my adam quotes. My manley's charles argues with my managers and claims what he says. My motto is an opposition to left his adam. Absolutely my mind. My monitors was not a it. I mean he was a prophet but he like..

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The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:20 min | 2 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"The pope is trying to preach to the faithful on quoting the epistle to the galicians and suddenly the rabbis get upset and the rabbis tell the pope. No you can't do that. Because saint paul said the law cannot save you any war. Well we don't wait. Wait a minute. We don't believe that the rabbis don't believe. I know they don't believe that. That's why the rabbis but the fact that the rabbi now feels he has veto power over the church shows you the catastrophic situations the churches in right now. Well look i agree with you. Rabbi should not have any say in what's going on in the church the church nor should the church avenue say what's going on in the rabbit in these. We're talking about two separate faiths and that. They're not compatible. that's why they're separate not that. I think you're scapegoating. The jewish people for catholic. Problems mean catholicism. Has his own house deal with going back to the knights templar going back to excesses of the jesuits and some of the clandestine activities around the world. You're right up till today You know this is. And i'm not trying to point think of because i wanna see the cannot flower right. I loved it since charles world. Charles you have nowhere near you've you've never said as many bad things about the catholic church's i have for forty years. I have been bitching and moaning about the state of the catholic church. I'm well aware of that. It's it's kind of. We're in a catastrophic situation. I'm trying to say it's jewish influence. That has led to this catastrophe in the catholic church. First of all the idea that the jews the somehow jews our elder brothers and that were in some type of some type of alliance. This preposterous now again. I have nothing no problem dealing with individual jews. I mean we're talking okay. We whizzes catholic jewish dialogue but the notion that the catholic church and the jews as this organiz entity major jewish organizations all the way back to the san pedro that they are. Somehow in alignment is preposterous. This has been the access of human history. This conflict is the axis of human history because the access of logos versus anti logos and again to be clear. What i mean by anti lagos's the talmud torah first of all. I think that there are areas of interest between catholics. And jews. go all the way back. I mean pope gregory consulted with the rabbi in baghdad. I mean when he codified the calendar to make sure that it was in line with the jewish understanding of the of the days. And i think the jews have always been involved in. Catholics have been involved. But i think you're right to say that ju- should have no say over catholic doctrine And i think if they if they do the nets. That's a catholic problem. You're absolutely right. It's a catholic prob. That's that instance of galicians. Just one example..

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The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

03:11 min | 2 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Michael jones is my guest. It's an honor to have dr. john s- backed up to jones is the author of extraordinary canon of books. My favorite being degenerate moderns. Where got started with dr jones books. He's also the editor and publisher of the culture wars online. Michael thanks for joining me today. You're welcome charles back all right so you're you have a reissue of the jewish revolutionary spirit which is a very large book in which you look at what you described as a judaism as a revolutionary force. So please if you will give me a quick overview on your theory on what judaism is yes So we we've had a lot of confusion over the past century largely because of the creation of the word antisemitism ba- arrived in the consciousness of the world in the eighteen seventies in germany Hilmar used in his book. This was the time of real concern about the jewish question. It gives grew enormously toward the end of the nineteenth century largely because of napoleon's emancipation of the jews as a sequel to the french revolution. So we're talking about bill maher bill. Maher was revolutionary took part in the revolution of eighteen. Forty eight what felt betrayed by the jews In hamburg he felt that they betrayed the revolution He was not he was not a christian. And then he sets the practice say he was an anti-christian he was a revolutionary. And he's looking for a new way to talk about jews about what happened during the revolution eighteen forty eight and he came up with the term antisemitism which is a racial term Because this was a time when we had Race biological determinism was ruling the world at this point largely because of darwich. This was the beginning of the age of darwin We had The death of really any type of Abstract philosophical thought took place in eighteen. Thirty eighteen thirty one was the death of hegel and and And hegel and goods and you also had an era of enormous technical technological progress. The the rate which you could travel overland quadrupled in this period of time in england and germany because of the railroad. So you have science. The steam engine revolutionizing manufacturing everybody's interested in science. Everybody's lost track of any type of spiritual basis. You have the rise of atheism now call marks. Dialectical materialism is perversion of hegel. And so basically you have a racial a biological definition the jew so the jew is someone who has bad dna..

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Nineteen forty six the same time the flamingo was opening and lasky was there and And all of the other heads of the mob and lansky and luckily who's head of the american mafia or very close from the time they were kids ano- when luchino tried to have his gang steal Landscapes lunch money as a kid and lasky brought back. He got beat up but he fought back in so Louisiana saw something special tim so they became friends for life after that and they were the ones who combined called the combination the jews and the italians they were the ones are putting together 'cause sicilians and italians never wanted to mix with anybody way so yeah back. They talked about that in the godfather movies. They show how while one of the sons was like half irish and he was seen as like. You know like a lieutenant. He could never really be on the inside because he wasn't a full blooded sicilian fingers Yeah but but yeah. I mean and the families are very tight you know. It's like the old saying. Keep your keep your friends close and your enemies closer by strike surrogate whereas the jewish mobsters. I don't know they. They kind of were second fiddle to the italian sauces in the united states and they often played roles of like Kind of quarriers and and You know they would carry messages and they would perform services. I mean my alaska legalism accountant. No you're you're going on a wrong track okay. were separate. they were separate they. Didn't they didn't curry curry for anyone but themselves. And they did call. Meyer lansky the mob accountant. And they call the mob auditor. He went behind landscape to make sure everything was correct. Seaside way was very quiet introspective person he was not a killer at heart and he never personally killed anyone although he did hire murder inc to kill. Somebody wants and seagull but his participation in that as a wedding gift to subway who singles of course. Yeah it was a killer. Absolutely and he. He enjoyed it. He would go out of his way to be part of the group and of killers and it didn't matter if it was by himself or with a group to handle the deal was barred people. Absolutely there's nothing glamorous about him we're not talking about. I think it was Recently the late f. Lee bailey who I interview before. He passed away a couple of years ago and he represented barboza was one of the most vicious killers and arable horrible man and he was asked at went barbosa diet. He's a reporter. Asked him how he felt about it and he goes you know our society is no worse for wear without him around and he's a anyways but What happened to segue in at the end. Well unusual that Segue died of natural causes. He was killed by anybody. But the reason siegel was killed was because he threatened the life of our subway. Yeah well i mean. I would think that seagal would have been savvy enough to know that that would have been doubt sentence but maybe he had become so full of himself that it didn't with got his beyond that we'll it's more than that. He knew there was a death sentence when he refused to Payback any the flamingo that he had borrowed even to make the first payment when they started becoming successful in the hotel. He's up pay him up pam. You know i get around to it..

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The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Sobel he is an investigative reporter Was written a A lot of research. On who killed bugsy siegel stewart. Thanks for joining me today or thank you for having me all right before. Go in the topic..

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Third maggie's but thermostat cabezas toll told me and he tries to mark everybody with a tattoo and they can't buyer so right when he's he's oppressing the jews and they can't byersauto so unless they have this tattoo and i just fed for. I've forgotten that that's kind of a type of the type of thing that you know in christian scriptures in the apocalypse john mentions niro. I think he's on my narrow niro tried to do a similar thing where he would mark People in the roman empire with sort of a tattoo. And you couldn't buy yourself unless you had this this tattoo that signified that you that you worship the emperor it had every juror. Barack obama bolt yes among other things. I mean they will putting you know. Statue of zeus temple and the dust in utah athletics. And all of it was a rejection of the entire greek thing. It was a civil war between two jewish actions. Not only a war against the syrian. Greek style. compromisers. That's right and the fact that They won that. War is actually victory for all of humanity because it was a victory for sovereignty against a new world order tyke empire who exactly oppressing people i think that this also occurs to me just out of the bloat the american revolution the stamp act right. You had to have a stamp put on every year. Yeah every purchase every transit point right is this isn't we have this row in s popped up in cultures and in situations throughout history. Right up till today that you have to in a way have the indeed of the state in order to function in this ins You know now we have you know vaccine passports. I wanna go too far in that subject. Because i'll get banned youtube but you know these are all things that fall in line with this idea that If you do you know communist china. I don't think it's a secret that they have a social scores for people and businesses. If you don't have a good enough social score in china you can get food. You know you can't go out of your community you can't get any rights and I heard it mentioned here boston. By jeff okudah. Who is a big talk. Show host here not some. You know fringe show here. Wr tayo fifty thousand watt station that he's heard that this whole business of delta airlines and coca cola boycotting georgia or casting election laws the legislature..

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"I remember One of the is either alice bailey. Boulevard has a book about how it would be another on unveiling event. They wouldn't have to hide the the attitude they have of the of the terek so thank. We've entered into that a on where they think it can all be in the open. That's actually Now that Traditional religions have been weakened It can now be open to the darker side and so they actually do. Speak that way I think there is something to that. I was reading about michael aquino. I think he's a key figure to understand in this regard because If people don't know he eventually became the army's head of psychological warfare and he wrote a few books actually when read his books a couple years ago One of them was the document about mind. Ward deci war which is how the army would adopt a new approach to psychological warfare in even sites in that essay it's the doctrine the army's doctrine of socks and and he says in their the principles that you find in black magic and the satanic could be very relevant to targeting people or populations the enemy and and psychological operations. And what what. I think is interesting. Is that when you read that. S say he's actually not talking about some foreign enemies. He's talking about all of the domestic population humans anybody. That's not kind of in that Upper so-called elite or social darwinian more evolved a structure and. that's of course why he found I think so. Many of the pagan philosophies the even the nazi philosophies relevant to his worldview And then what he did was he sort of co opted a bunch of those and then he created his own group after he sort of moved out of the anton. Levay kind of more pop. Satan has created a more serious satanic sect. Called temple upset and i noticed too many many years ago i read on never be able to find where it was but he had recruited different military. I don't know how high the the military brass was but he had recruited several military people into his cult and then Was of course under investigation. At the presidio for child abuse and all this kind of stuff but he had gotten people into the club of rome There was one of the members of the club of rome. of course. that's what marie strong and all these other characters who believe that. The earth be radically depopulated. Most people need to be killed. All this kind of stuff and in fact He he so he even had somebody. Add that highest level of of the club of rome in terms of making you know global policy decisions about the environment and and killing most people and all that so in other words even at that level that where people that believe. It's a it's a kind of a satanic sacrifice. So what i think. We're seeing as the usage on many different levels of the dark arts dart sorcery etc four the power structure and then in the power structure..

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

02:50 min | 8 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"On file that they check with the absentee ballot. When when it's mail back in to make sure that the person nailing the in the ballot was the same person as the one that originally registered to vote now nasa -chusetts. I think has some pretty good laws around that you know but michigan apparently this secretary of state decides twelve that out right and again. We're talking about in this case. A very partisan liberal left democrats that being jocelyn benson who was helped in her election by the southern poverty law center which is a very left wing ovens so she says no. We don't need to do that anymore. She simply signed degree instead. If the signature even remotely resembles vaguely. I think is the word. They years the signature on file that we have to let that go through. Who gets inside that. That's a good question. I mean i would assume a a local corrupt clerk and by the way that raises a bigger question too and that is that on absentee ballots. And i don't know the answer to this. I think it probably varies by the state but on absentee ballots and not even talking about these massive papering of the house under the guise of the covid emergency with unsolicited dallas with sat down including massachusetts. Exactly how is it that these votes are confirmed once they received who counts them. How they counted is their accountability with regard to the counting of those votes. I don't know the answer to that navy. Somebody right now knows anyway. A local state judge that this was challenged by the state legislature and finally three months after the election. A local state judges stepped in and said that that's not constitutional everyone's against the state constitution. It actually against the federal constitution because only the state legislative has the authority to make such law. What to end a long or to change your law and so she's been defeated now. She's being called to testify before the state house in michigan and she's refusing. I go there. I'm not going because the people that run. The state legislatures are all about your terrorists and insurrectionists and right-wingers and conspiracy theorist so. I'm not going right. That's the kind of arrogance dealing.

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"Probably white city by the way from atlanta very successful normally laxity all under the guise that they bought into this idea. That georgia was somehow doing something that had something against black people and this is really troubling question that actually was brought up by jeb kunar at w. r. k. o. I think it's worth my repeating. I mentioned this On wednesday on the program and and that is that the big tech. You know. Google facebook twitter. All these guys youtube. Everyone of them are developing social scoring businesses. And now get two people to if this is true. George gilder who is one of america's most respected Intellectuals and who spent several years in china i think on a mission as part of during the bush administration voted book recently and i heard him interviewed about this we. He said that china is involved with establishing social scores of their citizens. Another words if you have a social score and they keep track of its and smartphones and this spying on people basically like they always did but now they do it using high tech and if your social score is not sufficient in your denied rights. I mean. you can't go out to certain places. You can't even get food in certain situations you can't you don't know your freedoms are further restricted whereas if you're social score is high then you are on the inside and you get extra privileges and George gilder in this interview said that this is going to happen in the united states because google and all these companies who want to do business in china and who make compromises to do so eventually going to implement this system in the united states and i meet at the time i was like. Oh oh my god that never could happen here. And i heard this interview several years ago. This is horrifying how this happened in america. Well according to jeff crooner. I think he's a pretty good source. This is what this is about with regards to big businesses in this country like coca cola and delta. They are responding to a social scoring. That has three parts e. s. n. g..

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"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"charles" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast

"The the issue is whether or not that was approved by the state legislature. Article two of the Article one section two of the constitution clearly says that it is the state legislator that legislature that decides and regulates election matters. They decide whether or not dallas should simply sat out. Not the governor. Not the secretary of state s. What's happening to michigan. Not judges and so the our constitutional questions around that and i think that the founding generation of the founding fathers in their wisdom recognized that the state legislature is the best venue to regulate elections. Because that's where the people the will of the people resides when you elect a local state senator or a local state rep. That person is accessible to you. That's your neighbor does somebody who was experiencing many of the same political and social the sedatives that you experience that person most closely represents your and reflects those values and is sent to a state capital as a legislator to regulate those values and to pass laws and so you have now a movement. What does my thoughts about the jewish messiah that has revealed himself in israel. I'm getting a tiktok here. I know nothing about it. I mean please send some information. If you wanna call in or if you wanna email me charles moskowitz gmail.com or you can ru- you're welcome to call six months seven three nine six four nine five eight six one seven three nine six four nine five eight. If we have news of a messiah in israel. I want to know. Please call six one seven three nine six four nine five eight. I know nothing about this. But i'll certainly look into it after the show and you're welcome to call and talk anyway getting back to the issue of elections so now we have a movement. It's it's too late for the two thousand and twenty twenty twenty election because we already had situations with states..

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"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

"Before you finish the tea with Charles podcasts so after you finish podcast go check out weights and we'll remind you get at the end of the studio I write Alberto. Are you ready to get into its spill some t t and let's dive into these hard topics six. I hot topic for the week is face APP. What a time to be alive is number one on the APP stores yeah? If you check your social media and suddenly seen all your friends as old or female or the opposite gender they are probably using face APP. It is a pretty well done APP however it is made by the Russians so I want to like the right I personally enjoy the Russians I have some very good Russian Fred's but Woah we do not want Russian hackers. I personally don't believe that. Russian hackers are writing this because if it's number one at the Google play store somebody is probably checked into it at Google right. It's pretty official. I gotta say it does feel a little weird weird. When I think about the proposition of entering my face into some database that is in Russia? That's a good point to make but I haven't seen any actual news outlets talking about this. I've only seated on tabloids however I love you and my listeners so much. I'm going to take one for the team. If the Russians went to hack into my phone it take my forty year. Old Dick Picks that I'm sending out on Grindr I will. I've got something for you a nickel and Dmitry so let's have a look here all right so here. Send me your picture album Toga here. We go sit in over a right all right so let's look at the female picture I Bam. Oh Outer Tina. She's she's a hot mama so we're going to post these face hap- pictures should you choose to have a look on the T. with Charles facebook page the first picture of Albert as a woman what you're hot mama you know Schmolly Sita had no idea now wait wait. What what was your name be using as female <hes> I I guess Alberta Alberta? That's a good one. You look like you. You look like you would use some sharpie for your eyebrows there some pretty serious makeup <hes> <hes> even little lip amplification Eric. Let's let's try it a few other photos here. We got Albert as old man all right. That's pretty good. That's pretty got. It looked like someone actually related to. That's just my grandfather is. That's a picture of my grandfather all right. I'M GONNA do mine as a woman now. Oh Ho what do you think that looks like Alberto <hes> that that looks like a third grade teacher who just got her nine month Aka chip yeah she looks like a substitute teacher her name's her name's Cassandra and my my name's Cassandra and I'm an alcoholic because for Cassandra Oh man sting wish gentlemen right there look like old man in the see as a fun APP but like we said we don't want the Russian hackers to hack into your Dick Pic so by thank you for taking one for the team took for the team this service with a smile t was Charles podcast it so you realize Alberto that we're wrapping up a decade yeah. I guess we are end of the two thousand ten does this. This decade even have a name the the teams detainees proteins the Chinese okay the Chinese because the nineteen when he's. I don't think they talked about decades one hundred years ago when it was nineteen because that's just World War One really then we talk about them again in nineteen twenties. That was the roaring twenties already. I'm ready for for revamping the I mean the roaring twenties sounded like grapevine until you know the Great Depression. That wasn't very fun yeah that that's a day applaud your party. I've I've got a few suggestions. We could be the money twenties. Okay the money twenties or maybe it's the funny twenties funny twenty because there's been quite quite serious here in the United States is past couple of decades. I think it's time for fun w great if the twenties were a lot funnier than this decade well every new decade. We have sort of a changing of the guard so I've noticed there's certain casting decisions going on here in Hollywood. I think we're going to see some big new stars new faces for example. We talked last week about midsummer with Catherine Pugh. I think her name Oh Florence Florence pugh Florence Catherine almost four hundred pugh. She's not only admits harder but she's going to be in the new black widow movie for site for we've got the new Elvis pick coming out with us and Butler Austin Butler he his Tex Watson in the Tarantino. Pick that coming out this week okay all right so kids on bar new kids on the block you know I just looked at Austin Butlers I._M._D._b.. And it was like amazing he's in once upon a time in Hollywood that turn Tino pick here's great. He's in the Jim Jim Jarmusch Zombie pick don't die. He was in Zoe. WanNa won the carry diaries and you know what else is really jealous of my career. I Know Asta after after the Austin Butler <music> Elvis movies coming for the tea with Charles podcast. I really like Austin no no this is my podcast. I'll make the tea with Austin podcast. I'll produce it for you for a couple million but sorry guest I I would have of course I have guessed guess. I feel like oh no Alberto. You're awesome. We have well edition to these new faces coming up in Hollywood. I feel like it's a new era of representation the twenty twenties it's going to be about representation. We have a Shana Lynch who's going to be the black female 007 so w was not suddenly having a gender transformation you know he's he's hanging up his hat. He's retiring unless Leshan Lynch <hes> African <hes>. I guess she's a British black. Woman is going to be the new 007. Idris Elba was going to be double the seven and they're like we have got to be a white British stewed or I don't know I think we've gone. We've gone full full circle either sell but I think he was he was he was a contender for the new crown fight one it. I don't think he wanted them. He didn't want it that bad in addition to that we have little mermaid with Halle Bailey. That's not Halle. Berry is Highly Bailey. Alley Bailey who is in beyond say's she's WanNa beyond his proteges at she's adorable and she's going to be a great little mermaid and we have Natalie Portman as for Oh that's right which I know. The fan boys are going crazy crazy four and also we have a new biopic of Steve bosomy coming out. I guess WHO's GonNa play Steve His and Scarlett Johansson getting there's not a Steve Bouche movie movie coming out but you know Scarlett Johansson. She's she's to lose yes no. She's not in the St Bush biopic. She's she's GonNa be in the new movie where she plays the Princess of Zimababwe. I feel like that might be guys yeah. Actually I just joking. She's not going to play a princess. She's not going to be Steve Shamin but can you imagine being scarlet Johan's publicist right about about now because scarlet. It's like it's okay. We get is acting pretending right but she keeps stepping in this P._r.. Dog shed yeah I mean as as a straight man who's had a Scarlett Johansson a handsome crush for awhile. I I forgive her. We forgive her. She gets a pass as she gets a bit of a pass. She gets a pass. I still love scarlet. She's been in some of my favorite movies of all time. She's beautiful but her publicist must be pulling pulling their hair out right now yeah publicist earning earning their fee. That's enough of the casting news right now. Have you been watching the new stranger things so I have not had the time I would like to <hes> to get some. I saw the first episode <hes> the first couple seasons I think I watched the first season a few times second season and was the first episode of the third season and I loved it stranger things. It's probably the hottest thing on Netflix right now. I just wonder Y. Ella hasn't learned to speak English yet takes you know after a few years right yeah yeah well I loved about it is the started back to being kids yeah. They're back to being important life changing mm events at every single kid in that T._v.. Series is now in their Awkward Day. Yes we're talking about decades and changing the garden whatnot stranger things set in the eighties. Do you remember the the eighties now older. You can't say I was born in eighty six okay and <hes> also I was in Ecuador Ecuador. I was in Ecuador during the eighties era born in Ecuador. I was born in Ecuador. I didn't move to states til <hes> ninety ninety one right so a lot of what I know about. The eighties comes from movies from back in the day. Okay this Paul Jake kind of you know look backs as I get it. I get it because I was born in seventy seven so I had to learn all of disco and all that the second time around it's like I heard about blondie and Debbie Harry 'cause they had a nineties resurgence right yeah. There's like music from the eighties and I'm just learning about now and but also I the other thing for talking about style wise. I just think hair hair I just think just an excess just so much hair people were serving hair and the eighties. It didn't have to look good styled. It just needs to be big and have a lot of hair spray a lot of the stylistics stuff kind of played into the nineties little bit yeah well. I mean decades change because humans arbitrarily kind of place all right. This is different for now but eighty nine hundred ninety. It was kind of the same Yudo there is promotional arc's that went on from the late eighties to the nineties so you still had a you still had N._B._A.. Basketball players in the short shorts into into the nineties. I do like stranger things. It's got a lot of great nostalgia there. There's a lot of extremely liberal use of S- crunchies and the hair got the soundtrack at I hate for a hate eight when they like beat you over the head with nostalgic back in the eighties every time you turned on the radio. It wasn't just culture club in Madonna right. There is a great variety of things going on at the time we might miss remember member the eighties a little bit right because we were kids then we were just as a culture we look back. We think Yeah Culture Club and all that kind of MoD kind of stuff. I guess you could call it but there was some punk rock was coming was still there was still there some underground stuff that we don't really think about this stuff. We were remember now from the eighties was the stuff with staying power because I remember going up then and there was a lot of crap on the radio to just like there's a lot of crap APP nowadays but we'll get twenty years from now in two or three big names and songs will still be remembered from this time right. Who Do you think is going to be remembered from two thousand nineteen twenty years from now <hes> I don't no I mean I'm pretty big on Billy Bush on that whole thing? She kind of blew up break <hes> I I made some playlists with like some of her first tracks on there so I like to claim that I discovered her first there. I was I there <hes> she's passed away now. I knew I knew her when she was before she was big as all these great to see her like still in the you know in the in the Zeitgeist if you will but <hes> yeah I mean I figure who's going to be playing Vegas. Ed Twenty forty who's going to be together. Vegas residency right vegas residency probably Ariana Grande Day should still be in her or forty s early fifties by then. Can you think of that. Oh my God it's curious to me like some of these stars like they can just retire and other ones they can't. They don't stop there. Just like you have enough money like you can just chill at home if you wanted to but they can't stop up Victorian playing like the rolling stones. Were still touring as of not long ago. Don't you just WanNa chill at home. I don't know I don't know I'm not GonNa just chill at home when I'm old. I'm not going down with others. Okay now. I good at die with this microphone in my hand God damnit..

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"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

"Book is coming out from director and pope of trash John waters. Mr. know it all the tarnished wisdom of filth elder. That's John waters new book. Are you going to check it out? Most definitely. He is my God. I have to say, I wish that gets today, new John waters a little more, because I feel like he was kind of the LGBT bonding before it became mainstream before light Rupe host drag race and all that we had John waters. We all watched hairspray. We all watched pink, flamingos, and dirty shame and everything divine divine may she rest in peace. She I have to say, though, I need John waters take get off as key Stor. I've had enough books, so dirty shame was the movie with Tracey Ullman and Johnny Knoxville edge. She becomes, like sex holic. I can really relate every time she hits her head she, she becomes the sex Hollick. So obviously dirty shame is the Oscar winning find cinema. But this was back in two thousand four. This was fifteen years ago, very long time a long time ago. So John waters, you know I've had enough books. What better era? Would it be for John waters to come back then, during the Trump era, it would be fabulous, because there's just so much to say it's almost like, oh my God. And like you now you've put me in a mind spin just thinking about the I know there's a lot of little things that I've been wanting John waters to do, just because I like mega fan but. Like for a long time, he had a movie that, like, he like a kid's Christmas movie called fruitcake is going to be with Parker Posey and Johnny Knoxville, how epic would that be very epic? And it was listed on paddock pre-production IMDB for the longest time, but it's not even on IMDB anymore, sods. So I'm guessing they put the Knicks on that. Who knows a Parker Posey, John waters? Movie sounds like it would be legendary. I mean it's an ideal match. While promoting his Lewis book, this is one of the things that John waters says, I miss the days of stonewall when homosexuality was illegal and you could write it. I don't of course, what it to ever be illegal. I think we've made great progress. But at the same time, sometimes I don't want to be like everybody else. I don't want to fit in that speaks to me that does speak to me too, because it's like. Now that we're like mainstream popular. It's like the gay thing doesn't cause moral panic anymore is like the Christian right is not like flipping their lids over you know, like gay dudes are old hat. You know what I mean? I mean or have a brain I think that's what's happening right now. Get your mind. It's like now that everything's mainstream. It's a little more boring. I guess what I was having a conundrum about, and I think it speaks of this topic is when I go out in the world and every single store now every avatar is rainbow and like, really so because this is trendy now. It's trendy now. It's trendy now. We're I'm like, where were you like, you know, a couple of years ago, you know, who did you organize for like, what did your corporation stand for? But now it's now it's cool. Cool. It's like I remember being a little kid and my dad told us that they had seen the gay pride in San Francisco. This was like back in the eighties. So this was very shocking to me. They didn't really understand what it was. And he said, there's a contingent of lesbians on motorcycles, and they had a banner called dykes on bikes and I'm trying to be rude. That was the banner that the actual actually held at because they weren't dyke somebody right? And I just remember thinking it sounded so like counterculture and out there, but when Bank of America's sponsoring gay pride how is not edgy any. No, it, it, it goes back to they just want your money. Just went your money. Yeah. It's like do you actually support me? I just want your money. I don't really care. I mean it's good that we've made that validation, we've made these steps. But at the same time, I kind of miss the days when it was a little more Eero like off the beaten path to get to the club. You had to like it was emission. I think it's the same way feel about marijuana. All right. I'm a huge fan of John waters. So I'm going to check out Mr. know it all, but please, please, John waters. Make us a new movie. Your fans are waiting with baited breath, a lady awaiting, maybe breath. So that's all the hot topics we have for. Day, how much fun is having tea with Charles. I love it. I want to do it every week. Oh my goodness. Well, I definitely love to have you again. Sometime. Thank you. This is the very first episode. I can't wait to share the tea with the world. Sadie. Where can all the fabulous people find you online? Well, if you wanna say Hello to me, please say, hi, I'm pretty much everywhere, social media as Sadie doll. S. A. I. D. Y. D O, L L glimpse, such a doll. You are at all. I love you Sadie and thank you so much for joining me on this inaugural podcast of tea with Charles all you listeners out there, you can find me on social media at king. Charles. Oh, nine to one that's at king Charles. Oh, nine to one to get a free.

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"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

15:18 min | 2 years ago

"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

"Over the company Uber is releasing a taxi service, but it's not just any tax. The this is going to be a helicopter. I can't get into it into this reading off at the verge the website, verge Uber wants to perform its own test flights in twenty twenty and it plans to launch some version of an air taxi service in twenty twenty three starting in Dallas, Texas and Los Angeles, California. The company also recently announced that it will offer helicopter writes in New York from lower Manhattan to John F Kennedy international airport. So would you take an over air taxi 'cause they're not going to have a pilot is going to be like, a, a robot drone that just knows where to fly I've led a good life? I'm okay with it. Okay with it. Yeah. Beats being on the freeway. Yeah. I guess, I guess there is that my thing is Uber lift can't find my house, half the fuck in time. It's like they're always pulling up in the back. And I know why. Because you know, I I did that stent in Silicon Valley at drove for Uber for six months to write about it. It only story for another vodka outs. Well, no, I remember that would always send me to the light. You would send me behind where I was supposed to go. So, like there's this time that I was supposed to pick up this woman, but the Uber GPS sent me into sent me meandering back into the sketchy San Jose trailer park called victory court now, I was looking around victory court. And I might nobody here looks all that Victoria's. Okay. Do I want the same company that can't get it right on the ground? Find me around with no person. What's her sound guy? Jay is he? Yes or no? No, I say he changed his mind. He, he wouldn't take the Hoover air-taxis, see, I'm sorry, Hooper your stock is plummeting. But maybe after more testing is done. You know. I'm going to brave it. You're going to brave brave it because I'm going to say do the freeway really I drive a lot just so you know. Okay. Well, Sandy's really got some colonies there. You're gonna take Uber air taxi. At once you have tested it out for me. Then. I'll try it like fifteen years from now. Well, I mean because if you hear from me, then you'll know that it's okay. No Allston L sent you with a parachute. So you can late job when it says you victory court in San Jose. Next hot topic we have the epic battle between actress Bella Thorne, and what be Goldberg. All right. Which side of the coin. Are you on? I'll you know, I'm a little tour now little torn because we do a little before the podcast begins, and I was fully on Bella Thorne side. All right. So just everybody who's listening knows Bella Thorne was saying that. So the story goes Bella Thorne, had her newbies, they were about to be leaked some hackers. We're gonna like spread her nude pictures all over the internet and to jump the gun on the hackers so they couldn't extort her. She put them out herself. And then we'll be Goldberg on the view was like look is twenty nineteen don't be putting your, your titties, and your booty on the on your cell phone is going to get hacked. I'm just you say you were on Bella side. Why do you say that? Well, for me, it's one of those things of, like you know what? It's my personal property. We, you know, who might sending these to, you know, sometimes you got a taste people little, but I think I would probably use like Snapchat or a WhatsApp or something like that. And not save it to my regular camera photo library. Because you know what? Sometimes you want to show, someone this really cute picture of your dog and they start swiping a little bit, you know, for others, and you're like, oh, sorry was that a picture, you weren't meant to see? So that's where I'm like, you know what I'm not shaming her. But I'm just saying you just didn't go about the proper channels to send this communication. Okay. So this is what Bella said and her her video. Bilas says shame on you what, I don't really want to go on the view anymore because I really want to be beaten down by a bunch of older women for my body and my sexuality, I write bench. They weren't beating you down for your body and sexuality they were beating you Dow for being stupid enough to put your newbies on a phone that was probably going to be hacked. If you're a young beautiful actress, you know, I don't know if it's Bella Thorne's fault, or maybe her management and her parents fault for not warning her. But this has happened again, and again, and again and again, you know, having with Jennifer Lawrence, it happened with plenty of big actresses. I don't think she should becoming for Whoopi. She should be coming for the people around her that, you know, didn't raise her to see the realities of what was going to happen. I mean, there's just so many apps. I mean I I'm trying to think of the apps myself, but I mean, I have a couple of pictures of their, you know, people send me stuff I'm like, I'm going to save that for later use. Yes, but those are apps, but I'm sorry, Bella. You can have a seat. Because you do not come from what be Goldberg ego. Madala EMMY grammar Oscar, Tony, I almost twenty grandma. Oscar Tony bench. You're an Alvin and the chipmunks okay you can have a seat. Do not come for what beat when Whoopi tells you that you are being stupid, you being stupid. Okay. Listen to Whoopi. Listen to what they so are we into the Madame x era of Madonna? That's all I can say, are you into this cha-cha business? Wan to chop. No. It's not. It's not working. I'm just shaking my head. And no. And I have so many friends that love worship. Madonna tickets a ready to go. I mean countdowns beginning but I mean for me, it's just one of those things like she just seems to be trying so hard trying so hard. And then she tries to cast herself as a victim. She's like, you know, everybody's after me because I'm it's ageism it's like you know, part of me respects Madonna. I'm like, you know what I applaud her because she's not going down without a fight. But the other part of me is like bitch, come on. You just need to sit back and be legendary your fucking Madonna. You know what I mean you don't have to prove anything to anybody. You don't need to be hiring the twenty two year old Colombian. Guide to be rubbing up on your titties on your latest album ear. No, I want to contrast. The President Madam x era. Madonna was shared during believe, but share was, you know, share with to that moment where people were feeling her. You know, it was she was kind of a has been, and that she came back with believe it. You know, in the video, she wasn't like down with the kitties and stuff. She was like up there on the balcony, just being legendary and I am share, and you can just bask in my presence whereas, you know, Madonna is trying too hard to still be down with the kids. I mean, doesn't she have Asim plants? I, I, they might have been bought pads but they could be asked him plants. I mean, it's one of those things we're very positive family here podcast. But it's just one of those things why look at some of the, you know, stills from her videos, and I'm like. It's like, Honey. It's like I guess it hurts my heart, because Madonna was basically the definition of the definition of cool for the longest time. Madonna was it. Oh, she changed. People's minds about a lot of stuff. She was at the forefront of LGBT rights at, you know, she was there for us when nobody else was they have the same time. It's like my theory about Madonna is that she doesn't have anyone around her. That's not like a sycophant or a parasite. It's like she doesn't have a good Judy. Who can check her and be like look bitch? This is not the thi this is not what's happening it. Oh, don't. You just need to sit back and be legendary you don't gotta be down with the kids it. Oh, I get the, the image. I just imagined that the people around her are just, you know, all of them are living off the Madonna gravy train. I just think Madonna doesn't have somebody. Like a real good friend who can who can give it to her string. I think it's probably she doesn't allow someone to be in her sore go like that. Yeah, she probably, they probably get fired in like you're telling me what to do. I'm Donna, we love Madonna. We love that. She's legendary it's Madame x is not happening. This cha-cha business is not happy ticket sales down and Nelfa. Some news that truly important so next, we're going to try something. I'm very excited. Kellogg's. The company has started selling Rice, Krispies poppers. This is the first I hear of the well, this is how much I love you listeners. I went to target bought some rice, crispy poppers so that we could try them on the air, fabulous. But. What popper? I have no idea what you're talking about. Hi, mom. Mom. All right. So if you don't know poppers is a slang term for a type of drug that game in used during sexy times, and Kellogg's released this, there's, like, all right. Was there, no acquaint up at Kellogg's to tell them that Popper's is not the best name for their new snack food rice, crispy poppers? You know, it's I know. Anyway, we're going to try stuff. I've got I've got toppers here, and very excited is there has been no and talk. Like, what are you? Rice, crispy treats, snap crackle, poppers. We have vanilla cream. We have chocolate. Knock Falkland chocolate. I do feel a sugar high. To fill. Don't eat, sweets. Well, we're gonna have to we'll eat more for you. Wow, my tongue. I feel I think it's going into sugar shock. Chocolate one's good. China when it tastes like the chocolate poppers, tastes like whole hose, or something I do have to with you. I like the chocolate vanilla one. I don't know. Maybe I'm making a big deal out of a let me try this Bonilla guy here. To sway, Ryan. I mean, I do feel a little hi there. I'm not going to kill you. It's like it tastes. It makes me think of like little Debbie cakes. Like ho hos or something. It's like I I'm I feel like I have diabetes already to you, if you fall. Okay, 'cause I don't know. Am I am I just a pervert, because Icees rice, crispy paupers? And I, I think of anal sex, it's like I mean, why would you not think of anal sex? I have. It's what our snap, crackle, and pop doing to each other. That's what I wanna know. I mean they've been around for a while. I mean, I think they've ever seen. Have you ever seen some chicks with them? No. No not. But maybe if her trouble, they're having one of those triad relationships, I, I think that TLC is now going to be coming out with Hugh show idea. By the makers of little. Yeah. So rice, crispy treats, poppers, perverts, like us, and really want a sweet to check them out. I don't I don't know. I don't know that I'm feeling the poppers I, I mean I want the original poppers. All right. So he here t- with Charles, you see that we have the hard hitting news topics as very serious ours. Very serious. Now, we have the hardest topic of all a new animal has been discovered in France, the cat, FOX, I'm on pins and needles for the pens videos. So I have a picture of the cat FOX take a look at him. I want this you want one. Right. I won't one. So here here we are article about the cat FOX. It says while life Rangers from France's national hunting, and wildlife office, have located.

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"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

"There's less chance that, you know, it stepped on or something. So here on a podcast. I'm not saying that you do marijuana, not do it. So basically, what they're saying is they when you go out and buy your pot. They want you to go and buy in the dispensary and not buy it from the guy off the street. Do you trust this? Okay, I'm little torn because I didn't actually I was I was actually listening to you. When you you're speaking, can you believe that, thank you? Yes, I was. But what I thought about it is like a what is that thing that people were smoking? It's the spice or something vice. Yeah. And I was like ooh. Do you know what? No, I would not want to smoke the spice. And I think that if we're coming from not angle, go to the dispenser onto the spice kids are gonna go spice supplies, author faces like nine people heads off and stuff like that. I know it's like a story from Florida. We don't want spice. We don't want Biasi them. It just makes me feel old because I think spice and I might cumin oregano you. We're gonna talk about the girls. I don't know if that's going to work, you know, because when I'm out to buy my recreation, the first person I don't check with is the government, you know. No, because I don't want to be on their list of pot smokers not to say that I smoke pot. But if I did if I wanted to partake in legal recreational marijuana than I, I might have to go with the guy down the street because I don't want to be on, you know, their, their list of, of whatever lists. They have in the FBI or something, the big brother is everywhere, I've just accepted that do you have you been to any of this dispensaries in town a lot? Let me give you a list of is there, one in particular that, that you feel like Tele telling our lovely listeners. Well, when I was a resident of Venice Beach, California, my favorite dispensary was the green goddess it felt like home. They allowed my dog there. They all remembered her. They would give her doggie treats and I mean, if you're going to buy drugs you. Might do it as mere might as well. Do it at Venice beach. I mean, is that the home birthplace of, you know, we'd here in California? Yeah. It was called the grain goddess green goddess green goddess collective shout out. And here's the thing about legal marijuana now that it's legal. I don't get the kick of like sticking it to the man, if I took up, you know what I mean? I hear you because it's like you have that satisfaction back when it was legal. It's like oh yeah. You know, I'm sticking it to the man. Yeah, I'd do it this illegal shit. But now it's like you know now is legal is Budweiser it. Oh, I have I haven't been doing it. Really? You know what I understand what you're saying because you're just like feel? So basically canal like, who doesn't smoke? I know I need to try spice I guy five. No. We do not encourage drug us here at with Charles. So kids, just say no don't do drugs. But if you do do them, don't do too many of them. All right. Moving right along, I think the hottest show on TV. Right now is pos- I would agree with you. What do you think about pose? I love those. Yeah. Because I love Ryan Murphy. Number one. Number two, it has you know brought up to the table. A lot of people that didn't have seats at the table, yet, you know, they've got Janet mock transgender woman of color as one of the writers, and directors, I think most of the actors in the series are transgender themselves, and it shines a light on the, the ballroom scene that was going on in the late eighties. Early nineties in New York City for those who don't know the ballroom scene. It's the Volcker seen that, you know, gay and transgender kids in New York used to do. It's I think it's the best show on TV right now. But I do think Ryan Murphy is crafty definitely craft ager, because repulsed drag race. And then two weeks later, we've got pose it. Oh, so he, he got that audience. We looking for something new. Watch ad it's an exciting show to watch. Sometimes I feeling by electro abundance and electric gets all the good show. Good lines in the show. I mean when she comes on the screen, I mean I just waiting for it, because I know it's going to be electric. It's electric. That's why she's electric. I want to give away any spoilers but e how this season to see is, well, we can show has been on a bit. So we can talk about the most recent episode was very much pinching from the story of Dorian Corey was a drag Queen, who was in Paris 's burning that after Dory and died. They found a mummy in his closet. I didn't know that until a week up toward this podcast. You didn't know that I didn't know that run on the no tells like, wow, I can see the similarities now because Doreen Corey died of aids complications. This is back in the s Ed it. Oh, she's this very charismatic presence in the documentary Paris is burning. The tea is her caretaker found a mommy in her closet of some may add that had died back in the day. And she had just kept him there. The most recent episode of pose Electra she does. Straight up kill somebody, but it oh, she is working on acid club as a mistress as someone dies there. It was very clear that they were kind of reinventing, the story of Dorian, Corey, who has a really nice, quote. I feel some Enlightenment's going to happen right now. Charles enlighten me with. So they played this at the end of the most recent episode, and one of the things that Dorian Corey said in Paris's burning is everyone wants to make an impression some Mark upon the world. Then you think you've made a Mark on the world if you just get through it, and a few people remember your name, then you've left a Mark, do you think isn't the second season? Now, do you think it's, it's maintaining as well as the I, I think it's actually better. Now it I for me it's ruining television, because there's so much I would say realism in there and you get into these characters in you field or struggle in their pain. I mean, nobody's life is perfect. But when you see like other people struggling you, you champion them and you want to see them rise up. And that's what is just. So I even the chills just discussing this with you..

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"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

T with Charles

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"charles" Discussed on T with Charles

"Stay tuned to the end of the podcast for details of the audiobook giveaway of my latest. Humorous short read DT LA, hustler now I introduced, my fantastic co host of the week say, I want to get right, so please pronounce your last name for everybody. Ooh. Ooh D bag. So say to you're a true Angelino, aren't you? Yes, sir. Born and raised born and Ray Long Beach, California, LBC, baby LBC, baby how, how is LA changed? I think the word tender for -cation truly comes to mind, rarely definitely I would have to go back to Jane's addiction on Saint Andrews, where you would go to get a lot of party favors. No. Yes. It's a very cleaned up neighborhood. I'm like, not a Hooker incite, which which neighborhood is that this would be in the Hollywood area Hollywood. We've known each other a while since I've been here. I know you are a social media producer an event, marketer. Tell me a little more about that. It's funny engaging like I am. And what I really do is a mo- about the hype. I'm not gonna deny that I loved us to communicate with people, and bring people together, and make sure that we are doing it in a loving manner, noticing that on the social media, there's a lot of. Negatively happening. So I'm all about brazing things up. I good positively, positively, so what's the day to day look like for a social media producer? I you know what? It's a lot of phone calls in telling people I need to get organized. Because people think that things take about maybe it's just thirty seconds. Oh, it's just a picture. It's just this and it's like now this is actually called programming is called strategy organization. So in order everything the same flawless, I have to actually put all the work behind it. So Sadie you had a role in my last book. DT LA hustler. Yes. I did. So this further people haven't read my latest, book yet, detail, hustler us post mates, the food delivery app to explore the food culture of downtown Los Angeles. And I was like Sadie we're going to go take some pictures downtown because my my phone was busted, and I was like, I'm going to hurt us her. Nice iphone hit. Just use me. Don't you? Does using you for your photos, kidding. I wanted the company as well. And it was what, what did you think I was bringing you along, because you can see the photos of the food and my book. Honestly, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. But that is just my vibe where I'm like, you know what I'm gonna go on adventure. He's creating something I wanna be a part of it. Okay. So we had if you remember we had the Berliner we had the Caprio pork belly from the restaurant, and we also had the Bobo drink, which was your favorite. You know what? I remember not liking that. Bobo dri. That's what I remember I enjoyed going to the other places. It's almost like it's almost like life, right? The nice stuff not so much. But the things that you don't like that's what you remember the Boba drink. It had cheese cheese, folks. I liked the Bopha. Traffic is one of my recommended recipes are not recipe. But what the recommended thing? Well, anyway, you for your chance to win a free copy of the audiobook hustler listened to the end of the podcast. And now Sadie are you ready? I am ready. So, so let's dive into some scalding hot topics. Yourself some teed? And let's dive into these hard topics here at tea with Charles, we are going to have a look at the truly hard hitting current events and entertainment. I up election twenty twenty I think that this is almost partially entertainment topic, because here in America, I feel like politics is almost part entertainment. I mean, we've got a reality show host as our president on the other side of the coin for election, twenty twenty we have a parade of Democrats lining up to face off against Trump. We have Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders beta Kamala Buddha, judge Cory Booker Amy klobuchar it just goes on and on and on. We have the latest poll from a website called the hill that puts the puts Joe Biden at twenty four percent, followed by Elizabeth warranted. Eighteen percent Sadie could you round up the numbers for us? Bernie Sanders is at fifteen percent camera Harris seven percent. Mayor peel, my gosh. I cannot say his last name boot Tiki Buddha, judge Buddha judge. Five percent tolsey Gabbard who three percent. Cory booker. Two percent. Everybody else. One percent allows that one percent or less includes a lot of people that, that we got to know, over the, the knights of the democratic debate, I would say that, there are a few people that surprised us during the debate, number one, Joe Biden, I think he came across as presidential. But come Allah, Harris did take him down a notch Michael. She is my girl, we're here in California. So we love Kamala, you know, but she just laid into Joe Biden, because he had a history of opposing the busing to integrate the school's back in the seventies, I guess, that, you know, and come all was one of the first people in the integrated busing program, but I have this kind of theory about, hey, how things are going to go for the Democrats. I think there's only going to be one woman, one guy. A ticket. So it's gonna come down between Elizabeth Warren. And Kamala, if it were today, who do you think is going to be on the democratic ticket next year? Everybody keeps going with Biden, but I'm just so over him. But it it's one of those things and I don't want it to be a repeat of the last cycle, where you just say, oh, we'll we just need to get behind this person because this person is electable I'm very political I would would say. say passionate passionate about politics. So I hope I don't get too intense on this segment right now. But I definitely would love to see Kamala Harris up there. I think that she really understands a lot of people that have not been Representative before then she would bring us up. She would it's like I think because I, I watched both nights at the debate, and Elizabeth Warren, she has that fighting her is she's not going down easy. But I don't think it's going to be both Warren and Harris I feeling to balance the ticket will be one guy in one woman. You know, I at the end of the day, I think Kamala Harris has just a little more likable. You know, I would have to agree with you, because Elizabeth Warren, I like what she says, but as is she gonna play in Peoria is dressed of America, like mid America gonna get behind, Elizabeth Warren that does the doubt in my mind. See, I was thinking of ageism you wanna see someone younger. They wanna see some young. Yeah. She is. You know, she's a little younger a little more relatable for a lot of people, I think, and, you know, she brings diversity to the ticket when, you know, that's one of the biggest issues out there. Definitely definitely. So the dwell on the tickets probably going to come down to Warren or Harris. It may maybe Joe Biden because he's got that name recognition and. Yeah. And that definitely plays. Like, as we say, we just the system I call it the system, the system puts people on the ticket that they think are electable exactly. But this is still early days. I want you if we're we're going to give away our ages here, but even remember back in ninety two. When Bill Clinton was running, and nobody was checking for Bill Clinton at the beginning. You know what I mean? It's like he he he was kind of an underdog down the democratic field. He came kind of from behind, and he won. He George Bush senior, and, you know, it's, you know somebody that is kind of a dark horse could end up being dwindled year and I don't think it's going to be an easy fight because people, you know, laugh at Trump. They say he's a buffoon, but Trump beat Hillary Hillary was. Hillary was a smart cookie. You know, she she was quite intelligent person. So it oh if he was able, you know he's not. I don't think of Trump is like smart in a book smart Ivy league kind of way he's smart. In a way, he knows how to manipulate people and get people to get behind his cause. And that is who the Democrats have to beat next year who's on your democratic ticket next year. I'm going with Kamala Harris go Carmela burnt, California. We want Kamla. So let's see. We'll check it next year around this time and see who's actually winning. I'm very excited for a very excited. They just can't handle it. So, since we're in hard, hitting news topics. I thought the next thing we talk about is real housewives of Beverly Hills favorite. So you you've been keeping up with the season, right? Yes. Most definitely I'll be honest. I don't watch every real housewives franchise, but Beverly Hills is worth it to watch just because you look at their lifestyles, you know what I mean. You look at the houses close, you know, just the way they're living. Now, some of the other fantasizes like real housewives of Dallas or Potomac, or Minnesota or wherever they're having it's like a array. Why do I care? But I still to this day thing real housewives of Beverly Hills season. One was riveting the golden grill, the golden grail and part of the reason that it was riveting is because of the wom- we're going to talk about tonight. Camille grammer. Like she was part of the reason that it made season. One work Camille has kind of stepped up to the plate since Lisa Vander, pump is kind of dropped out of real housewives. And what do you think of Camille at the moment? Love hate love hate. But when you love hate someone you cannot get enough. Oh them. I want to see more of her. I want to hear what she says it means she throws it down. Like none other she she does throw it down. And so the most recent episode before our taping, we had the episode where they go to reits fashion line at Kitson I mean, a famous story here. I mean, Hello Perez and Lindsey Lowe him put that store on the map, I, personally, I kind of liked to read, I think she's kind of cute and fun. And she's always like fashionably dressed. She's had some bad luck this season. A lot of lawsuits lawsuits, and like she, she had the dog that she gave back puppy gate, which just went on and on and on with just about the most boring story arc ever. And now she had Camille grammer kind of throwing her under the bus and talking about their finances on the show. And for. Me. She was sitting right next to her like, bats have found in throwing they're just at dinner and I don't remember what they were talking about. But just the fact that you just turned around and just straight read her at the dinner table. God. It was it was pretty intense. Like I've worked in media long enough. I don't take it at face value. What I'm kind of like always thinking about the production side, because, you know, all these shows are produced to a certain point, you know. And I always like to think, to myself. All right. What's real and what's not you see the scene in real housewives of Beverly Hills. And it's like our I don't think the camera guy was sitting around waiting for that one moment that Kyle Richards decided to call Lisa Vander pump. You know what I mean? Right. It. Oh, I don't think Erica. Jane, let the camera crew just sit around in her house, and film, her waking up, you know, that was preplanned these their makeup on put their makeup on. But for some reason, the thing with Dori in Camille looked kind of. Real to me, 'cause there's no way you can spend that in a positive way. I mean, it's one of those things of as we've been watching these episodes communities to faced, and that is been the underlying topic to so many of these episodes, like she's been that, like that little bubble, little coffee brewing, right underneath, and finally, it's the everyone gave her a pass because her house burned down. You can't really go after someone who's house just bring down. But after a while it's like you know what to do either shut up, and I'm going to tell you that you're a horrible person, and you talk a lot of smack about people, and that's what they did. To kind of blew up in their face. To read it for degree. But I think that Denise Richards is kind of made the season a little more watchable just because she's an interesting character. You know, she's fascinating because I love her children, this factor. But when she's being chill she will tell you the most interesting stories about how like there was a Hooker in the driveway on Thanksgiving Day. And she said, why don't you invite her knows how to play for her even a Hooker should have? You know, thanks giving dinner. And I was like that made me warm fuzzies for her. Yes, as she survived marriage with Charlie Sheen. So I mean that is no easy fee is no easy feat. So. Real housewives of Beverly Hills will be wrapping up in the next few weeks. So we'll have to check out what happens and Nell visum news. That's truly important, so here in California, we've had legal marijuana four awhile, thank you. Thank you, very not just medical. But since last year I think we've had recreational legal as well. So looking at this article from fortune magazine, the government is aiming to slow illegal pot sales that are undercutting the nation's largest licensed market, California is kicking off, a public information campaign. Get we'd wise as get hashtag, we'd wise that encourages consumers to verify that their purchases are tested and legal. So basically, they're saying is they want you to buy it from the dispensaries not buy it off the street just because that way..

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