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    CONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSLOUNGES & CLUBS

    Island Breeze 25Frozen Paradise ICOdyssey Restaurant & Lounge 03Odyssey Restaurant & Lounge 33Overtime Sports Bar FCOvertime Sports Bar ICNetties Lounge 29Rosettes Lounge 08Flajaes II Lounge 12

    TRANSPORTATIONBobby Albright - Select Cars 07

    Joe Joe Williams 05Kellys Auto Body 11George Odom 04Auto Works 10

    ENTERTAINMENTHOT SPOT Maze 08SUDOKU 08SUDOKU Solution 31DJ Dirty Redd 12

    SERVICESRestore Your Photos 21One Time Pest Control 28Fellowship Fotos 05

    EVENTSTriple Deuce Friday ICWay Back Wednesday 33Versatile Band at Odyssey 03Odyssey Drink & Drown Fridays 24Lip Sync Tuesday 26Reggae Night 26

    Ladies NightInferno 26

    FAITH

    RETAILTop of the Line Fashions 11

    FOOD & BEVERAGEWhos Got Crabs? 23Odyssey Restaurant & Lounge 03Island Breeze 09Frozen Paradise / Inferno ICOvertime ICGhetto Fabulous 22Heavys Smoked BBQ 30

    HEALTH & BEAUTYMetroplex Diagnostics 08Initium Group 09Hair Care Professionals 30Teena

    LEGAL & FINANCIALMedicare Advantage 30Metroplex Diagnostics 28Atty. Willie Yancey 29

    TECHNOLOGYRestore Your PhotosHOT SPOT OnlineHOT SPOT Photography

    AROUND TOWNAround Town ExtraAround Town ExtraMore Around TownMore Around TownAround Town

    ELECTION 2015Alicia Blakely FCAlicia Blakely 11Linda Bryan BCLouis Wilson 27

    FEATURESHOT SPOT SubscribeOne Mans Opinion 02HOT SPOT Rates 04LaughsRent Frozen Party Room 26Healthy Eating 12

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    One Mans Opinion

    Part I

    It never ceases to amaze me how corporate America finds a way totake more of your money. Dont get me wrong, I understand that

    thats their job, but sometime its so blatant that its insulting. For in-

    stance. One of my favorite cookies just came out with a thin version.

    First off, who asked for a thinner cookie? Im going to eat just as

    much by weight anyway, the calorie counters? Let Them eat less. Now I, have to eat more of them to

    get my fill. My bet is the price will be the same as the thick cookie. So theyll be cheaper for them

    to make because theres less ingredients and less time to cook, so more efficient, but Im still paying

    the same price. Shame on you.

    Heres another example, one of the fast food chains came out with the more natural French fry.

    Heres my take on it. (1) Now they can use any size potato because the fries dont have to be long and

    uniform, (2) They can skip the step to peel the potato, thus cutting back on the preparation time and

    (3) Now they use sea salt, which Im guessing is cheaper that regular table ionized salt. So in essence

    they give you a less appealing, not as good tasting product and tell you that its better and charge as

    much as before.

    In my business, the costs for paper, toner and toner cartridges are my largest ongoing expenses in pub-

    lication, sometimes in the thousands each month. I am always on the lookout for ways to save money

    and in some cases have been successful, but I always use the manufacturers parts and supplies as not

    to compromise quality. I just get creative in the procurement process. So cutting back on my cookies

    or telling me some little French fry is better than the big ones Im used to or putting less potato chipsand more air in the bag and charge me the same price is insulting.

    Everything changes, innovation and invention are the cornerstones of progress, who knows, the alumi-

    num truck body may be better than the steel one in the long run. Just dont rip me off while we find

    out and Dont Take Away My Thick Cookies!

    Just, One Mans Opinion.

    Ronald A. Gilliard, Publisher

    Live Long and Prosper

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    SUDOKU

    The rules of Sudoku are simple. Enter

    digits from 1 to 9 into the

    blank spaces. Every row must containone of each digit. So must

    every 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 8 9 6

    6 3 8 2

    7 1 4 9

    2 8 7 4 1

    9 4 3 8

    1 4 9 7

    5 4 9 2 6

    9 6 7 2

    7 5 1 8

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    Health Issues that YOUYOUYOUYOU can know about.

    This column written and shared with you by Sarah Yancey, RN of the Initium Group. The purpose of this column is in-formational. If any medical information is given, it will be followed by resources. Please be aware that you must not at-

    tempt to self- diagnose or self-treat unless evaluated and approved by your medical provider. Remember that reading isFUNdamental.

    The dictionary defines well as; healthy, fine, fit, sound, thriving and glowing. We can deduce then, that the state of

    WELLNESS is all of those things, but not just for our bodies, but for our minds. We have discussed eating healthy,drinking healthy drinks and exercising (ever so gently).

    Here again, is the perfect meal. Prepare yourself of plate of Fish, potatoes, with a side of beans, a healthy salad of broc-coli, cauliflower, spinach, and carrots topped with nuts and flaxseed, use honey, garlic and onion salad dressing. Thenwait at least an hour and eat yogurt or kefir filled with tart cherries for desert. It is so good and so good for you.

    So now let us examine how we include our minds in this wellness program.

    The symptoms of STRESS are our physical, emotional, and behavioral reactions to lifes situations. Levels of STRESSare categorized as ACUTE, EPISODIC ACUTE, AND CHRONIC. AN EXAMPLE OF Acute STRESS is a near accident, or when our home team wins the game. It is manageable. Our

    heart rate increases, we feel angry, afraid or happy. The moment passes and the STRESS is over.

    EPISODIC ACUTE STRESS occurs when we have a Murphys Law Day. It is less manageable. In addition to the

    temporary symptoms of the increased heart rate, anger, and happiness, we develop headaches, indigestion, fatigue andinsomnia. Over time, without an effective coping mechanism, the STRESS becomes chronic.

    CHRONIC STRESS is that STRESS that wears us out, grinds us down, until even our minds are tired out. There isno longer any relaxation in your lifestyle, no peaks of happiness, and you may even contemplate giving up anydreams or aspirations that you may have. Unfortunately, the body follows, it is fatigued by the constant barrage of

    increased heart beats, high blood pressure, and insomnia.

    SOLUTION: I know you say, here it comes, a worthless opinion. Perhaps, given a chance, it may be your solution.FIRST TAKE A DEEP BREATH. NOW, doesnt that feel good? Taking a deep breath or two adds oxygen to your en-tire system, which instantly helps you to relax. In addition, taking a moment to step back can help you maintain your

    composure, focus on your inner-self and figure out that the sun will come up tomorrow. Stand up hold your head high,stretch your body, and reach up towards the sky. Smile really big, as though the world is a brand new place! Take a short

    walk or if you are a dancer, dance like you are the star. Take time before your day begins to be still and quiet for at leastfifteen (15) minutes.

    Know your limitations. You do not have to respond to every situation. Sometimes others need to take their turn. Change

    your focus, learn new things, make plans, and say a little prayer. Devote your time to something difficult, challenge your-self. You will be glowing and shinning and happy, and most importantly, WELL.

    A healthy salute,

    Initium Group

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    General ElectionNovember 3, 2015

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    Website: Facebook.com Ronald Gilliard

    Website: Facebook.com The Hot Spot Magazine

    Keep in Touch and Find Out Whats

    Going On in the Clubs and at Events,

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    You Tube: SavHotSpot

    Watch Our Videos from HOT SPOT TV

    On the HOT SPOT Channel

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    Elect LOUIS WILSON

    Mayor of SavannahMy name is Louis E. Wilson, Sr. I would like to earn your support to be elected

    Mayor of Savannah, GA. I was born in Savannah, GA. My parents were the late

    Leroy Wilson, Sr. (One of the Original 9 Black Policemen hired in the state of

    Georgia. - Worked with late Sidney Barnes-Former Savannah Chief of Police)

    and Mary Louise Frazier (Former President of PTA at Moses Jackson Elemen-

    tary). I attended Moses Jackson Elementary School, Pearl E. Smith Elementary.

    I also attended Scott Jr. High School, and participated in the integration of Mer-

    cer Jr. High School and Groves High School, where I played sports, and played

    on the team that won the 1968 City Championship. I graduated from Tompkins

    High School in 1971.

    Immediately after graduating high school, I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at the

    height of the Viet Nam War. I excelled in leadership in basic training at Lack-land Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX and was assigned as Squad Leader.

    All recruits under my leadership graduated basic training. After being honorably

    discharged in 1973, I attended Federal City College (Now University of D.C.) in

    Washington, D.C. and concentrated in Accounting.

    I later moved back to Savannah, attended Savannah State, and concentrated in Economics and Finance. I studied Accounting at SSC

    under Warren Mitchell, CPA. (Great Teacher!) A part of his final exam required reconciliation of the entire balance sheet of the then

    Savannah Electric and Power Company (Georgia Power). Approximately 12 entries were obliterated from the documents. The task

    was to replace the entries, using memorized formulas, in a one hour time frame. I was the only student in my class to correctly re-

    place all entries within the time frame. I was voted President of the Accounting Club. I also had membership in the National Asso-

    ciation of Black Accountants , and Phi Beta Lambda.

    During this time frame I was hired as night manager of the Habersham Woods Y.M.C.A. , where I manipulated cost management to

    achieve the very first measured period of operating in the black in the history of Habersham Woods YMCA, according to its Direc-

    tor, the late Mr. Yancy Watkins. (Great Man!)

    After leaving the Y.M.C.A. (Temporary CETA contract), I was hired by Chatham County Sheriffs Department , as the second Afri-

    can American Deputy Sheriff in Chatham County. I maintained the accounts on judgment executions rendered by the court; calcu-

    lated interest on judgments, set up payment plans and collected. I also served legal documents and maintained the largest bailiwick

    in Chatham County. Additionally. I served as bailiff and intermittently as chauffeur and bodyguard to Judge Victor Mulling. (I

    scored a perfect 100 on the pistol range during academy training, and graduated with State Certification, as Deputy Sheriffs pos-

    sesses Statewide jurisdiction.)

    I was designated to ride then Law intern, Attorney Howard Spiva with me, who rode with me on many occasion to experience the

    service of the many legal documents, and fulfill his collage internship. (Howard was one of the most impressive people I have evermet, and a GREAT attorney!) My office desk was next to the late Sidney Barnes. After about 3 years at the Sheriffs Department,

    I studied real estate brokerage, finance, and appraisal, and took and passed the Georgia Real Estate exam, and joined Century 21

    Bennet Realty as a real estate agent. Owners were Bob and Roberta Bennett. They treated me like family. Great Realtors!

    For the Rest of this Release go to: https://www.facebook.com/groups/142030729211566/

    or Scan the QR Code

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    Sudoku Solution

    LaughsLaughs

    1 8 7 9 5 4 2 6 3

    4 6 9 3 2 8 1 7 5

    3 2 5 7 1 6 8 4 9

    6 5 2 8 7 3 4 9 1

    7 9 4 5 6 1 3 8 2

    8 3 1 2 4 9 7 5 6

    5 4 8 1 9 2 6 3 7

    9 1 3 6 8 7 5 2 4

    2 7 6 4 3 5 9 1 8

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