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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Who is this year’s “Sexiest Man Alive?”  Actor Chris Hemsworth, 31, is People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” for 2014.  Don’t know who he is?  Chris starred in “Thor: The Dark World.”  Still don’t know – you’re not alone.

According to experts – worldwide chocolate consumption is outpacing chocolate production and there is now a prediction of a chocolate shortage coming!  What is your favorite chocolate?
Is TV infatuated with extramarital relationships?  According to an article on HuffingtonPost.com it is.  If there are story lines with extramarital relationships – is Hollywood promoting it or reflecting those relationships in the real world?  Is it easier or more difficult to have an affair today?  Why or why not?

The news media promoted a warning from the FBI that there “will likely” be violence following the decision by the grand jury on the case of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson.  Does this inform the public – or invite violence?

The talk about sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby won’t go away.  Cosby is not commenting – but another woman has come forward and said she was sexually assaulted by Cosby.  What do you believe about what you have heard?  Is this a shock because Bill Cosby seemed to be a moral compass for young black males?

What should we learn from the Saints fan that stole the football from the Bengals fan?

Tomorrow night at 7:00 pm New Orleans time – President Obama will address the nation on his plans to deal with immigration.  The President has threatened to use an executive order to protect up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.  LA Gov. Jindal says Obama is having a ‘temper tantrum!”  Do you support or oppose the President?  And why?

The USA Today ran a story titled: “Aggressive ‘gutter punks’ in New Orleans rile residents.  Have you and any problems with aggressive “gutter punks?”  What happened?


SCOOT'S Podcasts
Scoot: Final thoughts on ball-snatching Saints fan
There are usually several reasons a seemingly local, isolated incident that has no direct impact on the masses attracts the attention of them anyway. The Saints fan that stole a football intended for a Cincinnati Bengals fan Sunday in the Mercedes-Benz...
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Scoot: Russian bombers over the Gulf of Mexico
This is perfect weather for talking about the start of a new Cold War! With the news that Russian bombers will begin flying scheduled flights over areas like the Gulf of Mexico, comes the fear that the recent political and military tensions between...
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Scoot: Americans keep voting for a Congress they hate
Why do Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of Congress when Americans voted for those who make up Congress? A tweet that is getting a lot of attention shows a picture of Congress in session with the words – Congress has an 11% approval rating...
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Scoot: When sports fans go too far
The Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football – 55-14. The Packers and the Bears are one of the oldest and deepest rivalries in the NFL – not only because both teams are among the earliest NFL teams – but also...
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Scoot: Why the Saints will beat the 49ers
The Saints will beat the 49ers Sunday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome Sunday because they are playing with the passion and determination that was missing early in the season. The Saints followed a big win over the Packers in a nationally televised...
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Scoot: What Republican victories say about America
The domination of Republican candidates yesterday on Election Day reflects a changing America – but it might not be changing in the way many will suggest. The election results also reflect America's intrinsic desire for a "balance of power" and...
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Scoot: Does voting define patriotism?
It's Election Day in America! The right to vote in free and open elections is part of our political system. People around the world are envious of our system of government and the right of citizens to actively participate – and yet, millions of...
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Scoot: Why New Orleans is perfect for Halloween
As Halloween has evolved into more of an adult celebration over the years, the city of New Orleans has proven to be the American city is synonymous with ambience of Halloween.   Even as children, Halloween night was defined by as an eerie time...
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Scoot: Poison in Halloween candy is just a myth
One Halloween myth demonstrates that it is true - the media can easily start and perpetrate hysteria because people believe what they want to believe. Every Halloween parents are warned that trick-or-treating is dangerous. Sinister people have been...
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Scoot: Learn to be a winner by losing
Protecting the self-esteem of all individuals may seem humane and beneficial – but it may actually be hurting society – especially young people. A pee wee football team in Georgia was fined $500 and the coach was suspended from the youth...
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