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    LOUNGES & CLUBSIsland Breeze 07Frozen Paradise ICRaymonds Players Club 24Sey Heys Sports Bar ICOdyssey Restaurant & Lounge 04Odyssey Restaurant & Lounge 05Mutuals Lounge 03Rosettes Lounge 12

    TRANSPORTATION

    Bobby Albright 26

    ENTERTAINMENTDr. I.M. Smartt LotteryHOT SPOT Maze 28SUDOKU 28SUDOKU Solution 31

    SERVICESRestore Your Photos 08One Time Pest Control 27

    Metals & Construction 26

    CLOTHING & FASHIONHOT SPOT Stuff

    EVENTSInauguration Trip FCInauguration Trip 06Cajun Spice Birthday Party 10

    Adidas & Ciroc 09Nickel Bag of Funk 09Jeremiah Live 10Turkey Giveaway 14

    FAITH

    RETAIL

    FOOD & DININGWhos Got Crabs? 29Odyssey Restaurant & Lounge 05

    HEALTH & BEAUTYMedicaid Advantage 27Trio Medical Solutions 26

    LEGAL & FINANCIALMedicare Upgrade 10MAXS TAXS 09WANTED 25Metroplex Diagnostics 11

    TECHNOLOGYRestore Your PhotosHOT SPOT OnlineHOT SPOT Photography

    AROUND TOWNAround Town ExtraAround Town ExtraMore Around TownMore Around Town

    FEATURESHOT SPOT SubscribeOne Mans Opinion 02HOT SPOT ScheduleHOT SPOT Rates

    LaughsYearbooks 26Omega Gilliard Obituary 13

    CCCCOOOONNNNTTTTEEEENNNNTTTTSSSS

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    One Mans Opinion

    Part I

    As youve probably heard by now. Tragedy has again struck myfamily this year with passing of my Father, Mr. Omega Louis Gilliardlast week. He was 92 years old. Before I move on, I want to thankall of you for your expressions of sympathy, comfort and condo-lences. It is greatly appreciated. You can read his obituary on page13 if youre interested, but I thought Id share with you a different perspective about him and some ofthe things he taught me.

    He taught me how to work hard and be responsible. I admit there were many days when I wasyounger that I didnt go to work because I was out too late the night before or I just didnt feel like it.I knew better. My Father never missed a day at work and when I say NEVER I mean NEVER.Through head colds or the flu or late nights or whatever he Always got up and went to work, nomatter what. He had about a year and a half sick leave saved up, so he was off work about that longbefore retiring. I had jobs growing up as a teenager and I didnt miss work, he wouldnt let me. Eventhough, later on my own, I wasnt as conscientious, but I was Always a Hard worker. I would neverlet Anyone outwork me.

    My Father taught me about women. When he and my Mother were leaving me at Howard University,he pulled my aside and whispered. Theres a lot of pretty little girls around here, but I want you toknow, you cant have them all. I thought to myself yea, right, what does he know I tried, he wasright and I was so, so wrong. I was even shocked when some of them didnt want me.

    He taught me how to argue and stand up for myself. Through my 20s and 30s we had a standingargument about the Irresistible Force vs The Immovable Object. Wed go on and on as to who wasright. It went on for so many years that Im pretty sure we switched sides and neither of us realized it.

    He taught me responsibility. Again this was a lesson best learned with age. But he and Mom madesure we had everything we needed and some of what we wanted. We were clean, went to schooleveryday, well fed, with a nice home, I thought we were rich. Especially, now, taking care of family isTHE priority in my life and Ive learned from a great mentor.

    He taught me compassion. We always Indian Wrestled. When I was small, hed let me win and I feltgreat, as we got older, Id let him win. I could see the happiness in his eyes as he said, I still got it.

    I could go on and on, but Ill close now, because Ive realized that Im writing this article more formyself than for you and my face is starting to leak. Im sure Ill run across it again in a few years andread it and smile. I hope youll forgive me this selfish indulgence as I honor my Father.

    Just, One Mans Opinion.Live Long and Prosper

    Ronald A. Gilliard, Publisher

    I always told my Daddy, You know, the older you get,the more you look like me.

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    Website: Scribd.com Keyword: The Hot Spot

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    Website: TheHotSpotMagazine.com

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    Website: Facebook.com Ronald Gilliard

    Website: Facebook.com The Hot Spot Magazine

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    SUDOKU

    The rules of Sudoku are simple. Enter

    digits from 1 to 9 into the

    blank spaces. Every row must contain

    one of each digit. So mustevery column, as must every 3x3

    square. Each Sudoku has a

    unique solution that can be reached

    logically without guessing.

    The Solution is at the end of the Book.

    No Peeking.

    HOT SPOT MAZE

    1 6 4 8

    5 7 3 8 4

    9 2 3

    7 3 2 4

    6 4 9 1

    8 4 5 6

    7 2 5

    8 1 5 7 6

    9 2 7 1

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