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10-7 11:10pm Scoot Show: Full Moon Madness

Oct 8, 2014|

Scoot talks to WWL listeners about whether or not a full moon changes human behavior, gay marriage, and disappointment with the Saints.

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    Scoot talks to WWL listeners about whether or not a full moon changes human behavior, gay marriage, and disappointment with the Saints.

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I look at backyard show -- reminds you that this a full moon is is called the blood moon and I don't really see any reddish. To enter hue to it now but because of the reflections in the proximity to the earth is supposed to take on a reddish glow. And I guess is going to be very early in the morning that this is a very interesting phenomena. It's another blood -- And about 4:15. Tomorrow morning which you -- for many abused it's going to be a continuation Tuesday night's. At 415 this is gonna begin to be a total eclipse of the moon. Which she will take place I believe this really reaches a peak -- 5:25. Tomorrow morning in New Orleans times central time. On until about 624. And at some points. The moon and the sun. A 180 degrees apart. Will will be in the in the sky at the same time so that's why is so if if you really up early or fear still up late. -- going to be people in bars -- -- all eyes were fifteen million guys I realize I don't have to leave the bar bottling lines at check check out the -- So it's a quite an interesting a phenomenon and there's a possibility of some -- especially in the -- short to the west of New Orleans tomorrow morning so that. Might inhibit your ability to to see the full -- but where -- you are an America tonight take a look at the sky because there is a beautiful full moon that is technically known as say. -- -- Here's a WW a pretty general opinion poll tonight do you think the full moon affects human behavior. -- -- your -- by going to our web site WWL dot com. From Metairie -- here and to be WL. Bank into the McCall. He. Aware of any. Citywide convention that Wednesday and analyst at each and. From people travel from South Africa pensioner. No. And apparently South Africa is not a concern but I think for all kind of growing concern in in general. Aren't -- -- -- income and an extreme. And people from. Our car -- Got a problem. I think and the conventions -- entertainment gone on and seriousness there's. There is seen here at the senate and -- tango you know. Allowing. To go into the longhorns and you know people using them you know certain Seoul and Washington. And it's kind of catapult them so just there's a. -- -- -- the Ebola outbreak is in West Africa aboard you know we are learning now that there are apparently two nurses in Madrid. That is now. Contracted the disease outside of West Africa but the main concern is is West Africa. And you know -- sometimes it's hard for us to believe what the government tells a split government officials are telling us that. They can contain this if it does break out in America and they can do things to prevent it from breaking out in America. But this is the same government this is the same government. Agency the CDC. Then they told us in 1976 that we needed to get vaccinated for the Swine Flu. And I think like 24%. Of the country which vaccinated. More people die from the vaccination. Site affection vaccination of the gift from the Swine Flu only one person die from the Swine Flu. And hysteria grew out of everybody's gonna catch this the Swine Flu even. President Ford. Apparently got he says Swine Flu vaccination like I'm never did get born and as it turned out he was it was more of a hoax and it was a real threat however. It does -- missive Ebola is is a real threat and I would hope that those involved in the medium. Who would do a good job alerting people and not actually alarming people and Ryan the other mentioned this the other night I was watching CNN. One day and Ashley Banfield was on and she was. Going out of her way to create hysteria. About people like and I just thought it was a a pathetic example of how the media over reacts. -- Eric -- is there something else that is targeting and we're in caller like on the island. Benzene and contrary people -- development people getting sick as well cover or something and. There's there's another there's another virus that is affecting primarily children. Warren Brian and I don't think that anything -- people are. -- are logical. Aren't socialists and if you wanna join us for the -- tonight our numbers say every coach final four to 601870. Toll free 866889070. And a -- -- is a Teddy sent out from Memphis George you're on the -- showing every WL. -- Good George. -- Atlantic -- A book operation. In in they -- indiscriminate. As they can now in the news. Well -- this. Whether. It. Compound again. -- buildings -- In different. And then -- it. -- regret. That we could do you know what. Would you do that that it -- What he's done it wouldn't. While all of the union and there is -- -- Is and -- Can't detect objects in district in. The -- Nearly. All. -- I don't is still an eyewitness eyewitness soon return alien was she telling. If you can. Make an open with a double. Into. You know. I looked at the end of which have been this -- Is. It would be. In Egypt a copy. -- the game is in the big. But it may. Be too. He quickly. Appealed. -- -- body. Like. Company. And the job. -- -- -- Improve. It. Your your -- you can even think you're more than you could even explain right now. Particularly. -- -- -- -- -- Right there have been built by the picture and -- Optic and G. -- you and me. -- Georgia yeah I've I've I appreciate you taking time to caller showing I'm I'm honored to have the person who has done so much for the thread humanity in this this country. I'm honored to have you call our show. Do you know. Applicant in the need to -- because. Thought crew of the occasion I am a Christian. The patent case it would be cheese. And it out. And in the media. -- -- so it so people can invite you over to their house to play with their kids. My. -- and came out -- -- Super Bowl yeah. Yeah. I Georgia -- I'm glad you called have a have a good night under the full moon in Memphis. Right that's. Would you wanna invite George to come over play with your kids is christmastime with his -- to play would think it's. George. God bless you. If you put enjoys in the coming tonight -- numbers 2601870. Until free 86688. Ninths nearly seventy. And a text number it is a 77 years a -- you up pretty -- opinion poll tonight do you think the full moon affects human behavior. Think the full -- affects George give us your opinion by going to our website WW real dot com. An elderly people Danson and I'm not sure Georges and dancing or doing god knows I'm getting a number of my text messages about George here coloring register Politico from Memphis here's attacks. Who when what was Georgia -- entire time. -- -- -- LO well here's attacks LO oil released could. If George doesn't prove the full moon theory I mentally speechless and dang near choked on my juice last thing. And I here's a text -- Needs to get on the beds and other text so read the -- from high school is. Yeah if you get a chance to a podcast the show. Which of these George just a few minutes ago of the biggest shift check at the podcast he will be posted on -- -- WWL. Dot com and it's it's quite entertaining. And I here's and other text today he's living proof of the effects of the full moon. I'm here's the attacks that reads how much can one -- sit here and not say a thing. Yet interesting. Well it was interesting I'm not exactly sure what he said but apparently he was the the father of just about to -- everything. I hear is attacks that reads I'm gonna have to -- of the podcast just heard today to hear George's whole comment just caught the last bit of -- full moon makes people -- I enjoy here's text. I watched NC I S New Orleans tonight for the first time. Even though the show. Even though the shows like this are kinda corny to me I thought it was a good representation of New -- Now I was soft the last two Tuesday night's. Because I was doing shows during the day. And it was impractical to work until midnight and get a and to show street today so I was off the last 22 Tuesday nights so I got a chance to signal watch. And I thought it was very representative of the world's although they were a few mistakes in NCI's New Orleans like in the first episode. The female character which talking about how she was in the mood to go have big knees and eliminate. And I'm thinking outlets like toothpaste and pepper. And honestly NEA's eliminate where'd that come from. And here is attacks that says so I watched NC ideas new world tonight. And they supposedly went north by crossing. The G you know bridge that presence in connection from the east bank to the West Bank -- you do see that says that a lot but you know those those things are gonna bother. The nation as much as they bother us. Because. We're here. And and and we know. Although the lemonade in net Danny's. I mean if somebody really follows the -- the show ended picks up on that. I can't imagine going to -- -- on their morning call some plays like that and asking for you know and -- Asian and eliminate. Penalty even serve limited if you what did you actually with a comment about any we're talking about our numbers 2601870. To all free 8668890. Recipient -- Amber's late 7870. Attributed talking about it Delaware police arresting a thirty year old mother of a four year old girl who got a hold of hundreds of packets of heroin. And brought them to or daycare center. And began passing them out to the children. Scoop like tonight is title four year old passes out Harrell and at daycare has some things about this story that really bothered me. Obviously the mother was -- responsible she has been arrested. But you can read it and share with others it's a turning on -- where senator -- if he -- vodka from Gulfport Wayne welcome to description. Sure a lot to -- -- would well public tool. -- side I don't think Cuba. I think I could see anybody's mouth moving we were targeted dining -- Russian. He was Ortiz -- do we or injure yeah. Our. Problem so. It ought ought shall. J&J. Arch. All are. Short. Short or that back up all. Make or. What people belt or just. Get it struck. Why couldn't be -- more marriage. Partnership. You can go that you could spot LL three days. Quote again that at all kind of money. Well they're not sure you -- sure. You want -- that you are. But here. That special way people. People are there just short. That. In short. -- At. All that is equitable. Sure. -- people. Short. One and that -- -- to being able do -- -- wide open. And -- what -- Is it seems to me is this and again I can't speak firsthand what is this objective of wanting to be married but. You know I didn't. That's at times I got married. I didn't get married for the benefits we get married because in -- I was in love in in in our culture that's the ultimate. Active flow off one of the ultimate acts of -- of the only active -- but it is it's it's a public. It's a public affirmation of laws and so if I guess this would be under the fourteenth amendment you know you know not denying any person within their jurisdiction equal protection of the laws. -- Should we not allow people to. Get married if they wanna get married in I've. Gotten a lot of you bring up the argument about -- civil unions and equal rights under civil unions but. It's kind of hard to deny. Somebody the right to -- The right. Little different -- But if there are if there are laws that pertain to marriage then why would those laws not applied to one group. I'd agree that at -- -- opt out to be sure industry. All old all secret court. I work. -- If I think we're gonna look back on this argument and and god knows I'm gonna still be doing talk radio is toward the future. But I look back on this argument this controversy the way we can now look back on the controversy over birth control pills and I think it's great parallel here. In the early fifties and an early sixties. Birth control pills were considered to be horrible because people could have sex with Alex. Being hassled her about pregnancy. And them moral the moral majority. Oh lead this crusade to and birth control pills and they were banned and State's ban birth control pills and it was a case in Connecticut. They went to this -- court the Supreme Court had to rule. -- a ban on birth control pills is unconstitutional and I think based on that same principle. He will ultimately ruled one day that a ban on same sex marriages and constitution. I hope it is because it that that. Well. -- -- -- -- Strike that bought him a little well as well. -- -- -- the part of and is chipped up. Being able to give people a lot but they go and quick -- -- -- into this trooper Robert. Yeah. They. -- to -- over there ever been and it's been like you know why. I get in order of army. -- right now. You know just opinion. And. I -- I'm glad you called thanks for listing on the road to like if you wanna join us with your comments tonight about any were talking about our numbers 2601870. Toll free 8668890. Or seven or text numbers 877. We have also continue this conversation discontent with the saints continue -- throughout much of the -- nation. And then the the topic of his in okayed a boot to safe there are some saints fans who say that you're not a true saints fan if you Buddhist saints. And I disagree with that I think is perfectly acceptable. To verbally as a fan to verbally disapprove. Of not. Playing up to expectations. Mean we should all demand the best out of ourselves and out of each other. And we have not been getting them out of this this saints team. And I just. Still sends a -- on a lack of passion and I don't know why they're there are things that must be going on. -- we don't know about it. There are leading to what appears to be. Just a general. Lack of passion. And they can say the words that they don't say the words even after a loss they don't say the words with the passion of mine I'm used to to hear. And it seems as if Sean Payton has become. Too predictable. Where's the guy. Who was on the edge. Where's the guy who took those chances. I don't see that happen. And if he has. Change that attitude. And even subconsciously maybe the team is picked up on a blog that I -- again after the the win against Minnesota. His title something is wrong with the -- all of a sudden it has caught fire on our website at WW dot -- -- greeted -- a picture with others. -- there's a full moon tonight. I talked about this before. So sometimes I believe anticipate okay you know it's getting crazy -- because full moon is up but the truth is you know sometimes we get weird calls. Even when there's not a full -- When there is a full moon and weird things start to have I think people go out of their way to focus on those things. -- our weird. Negative behavior. Whatever enabling on the former. But yet those same things do go on other times as well. Now demo has always been this mystical object in the sky I mean even after man walked it. And it's always been this mystery of the power the moon and it's still exist in modern day life. The word lunacy. Comes from Luna the Roman goddess of the movement. And one definition of lunacy. Is those moments of insanity believed to be related to the phases of the -- a person who is acting. In -- -- -- abnormal manner is often described as a lunatic. In fact in nineteenth century England. Lawyers actually use the defense. That somebody was not guilty by reason of the full moon. That what they did was not their fault because it was a full Mon nineteenth century -- They accused the defense. I'm surprised lawyers don't use that today that they were trying to prove that their clients were not responsible for their actions and their crimes. Because it was the full -- fault. So may be blaming something or someone else does go way back in -- in our civilization. The relationship between the mood in human behavior is well documented. A Roman scientist -- military commander believed. That the full moon created heavy do. And that made the brain extremely moist. And that affected behavior. The power of the full moon to turn a human into where wolf was part of literary -- since 1941. So it's easy to understand how the formal like the one hanging in the skies tonight -- this image. Before modern lighting we talked about this earlier in the show before modern lighting the light of the full -- kept people awake at night. And people. Would lack sleep and you're sleep deprived end -- -- -- delirious and you acts have kind of kind of weird there's behavior out of the ordinary. Also the the full moon provided light for people to. To carry -- to drink to participate in general debauchery well into the night. Before electricity the full moon. Gave people an opportunity just be outside late at night. The faces of the mood affect the tides of the ocean. And the body is. Oh I don't know somewhere 6575%. Maybe more than that -- the the body is is. It a great portion the body is war. The human -- So the question is just the full moon affect the human body the way affects the -- While full -- have been blamed for increasing violent crime suicides. Epileptic seizures sleep deprivation. -- and even deaths. But is a full -- to blame for -- to see an abnormal behavior in humans and the answer that I have found in the research I've done is no. Now when it comes to affecting bodies of water. The more is less likely to affect rivers and closed bodies of water the oceans and bodies of water that opened up into. Into the oceans -- into the Gulf of Mexico -- party train for example. These areas could be affected by Dave the the gravitational pull the moon because their large bodies of water. But scientists have shown that smaller bodies of war -- bodies of water or not as affected but by the -- So in spite of what some police officers -- ER nurses and doctors in mental health professionals and the general public -- say about strange behavior increasing during a full moon. I have not found studies to support the myth that the full moon has the power to make people do crazy things. And there are. Just a very few studies over the last fifty years. That establish some correlation between a full moon and abnormal behavior. But follow -- studies prove that. The original conclusions were totally falls. So you know we can romanticize about the full moon. And if you actually believe that the full moon has a direct impact on human being what. Euro loan to but even early emphasis of the scientific proof that the full moon does have an effect on the minds of our listeners. We still. Have been getting some very interesting calls tonight. Here's an update on tonight's seven W a party general opinion poll do you think a full -- affects human behaviors that close on the right. 56% say yes it's dollars and 44% say no. It doesn't. Give a shipping by going to our web sites to -- -- -- held to account. Here's a -- reads. Lemonade. And then Yates may be that chick is pregnant yeah I don't know I just didn't make sense. Here is -- reads. Schuett a formal and gives me the munchies. Now a blood moon. There're. Dean -- into the W won't be -- -- -- I'm gonna say you about the saints and how things don't look right. I culpability. Sunday and I would like. That last. Couple games about it and there's no. Authority already. Breezes past the days they're very lofty. Like I don't think that he's right physically. And if that's the case and I I've heard speculation that he still being bothered by the oblique pulled it happened during training camp. Then I think the fan should know it but I guess that wanna keep that secret and not let the other team now. -- -- that doesn't explain for the bad decisions did it -- has made the the the decisions that appear to be. An attempt to. Just live on the magic of the past like just throwing the ball up and there were times when he did that -- the saints would catch it but that's not happening anymore. -- to -- the saints would start catching the ball we'd lead league in dropped passes. It that's that's embarrassing to. Yeah I mean you know an end in this political my friend I was like well -- legally get dropped passes. And I'm wondering if there used to. The velocity on the pastor could be stronger. And its earlier carving office. I don't know but Brees is under throwing people and he's throwing behind people and there have been a few catchers -- where the result of -- receiver going out of his way to to catch the ball. And I'm not. You know I'm I'm eager to beat up on -- I love the golf -- has done for the city but I mean I can't help would be honest about it and somebody should not be so revered that we can't be honest. About their performance especially when we the fans. Have provided support. Of the team that has allowed the team to pay him. Millions and millions city I think it's okay for us to be critical. Right right and ended there debate however I was saying about -- -- with the velocity. Is if you're used to the ball in their quick as a receiver after the NFL game -- Indeed you have you have Tom thank and -- -- -- but it should equate these kind of take your mind off of it could you don't know someone's blog below you. And sure that that that was series and I came to that conclusion that that was just my -- that man we'll show. -- appreciate calling thanks listing there's a text he's a guy who wants to go home like all of us he doesn't live here. Not from here is making millions. What's -- hungry for not moaning. Well Drew Brees and his wife and family spend a lot of time in New Orleans. They also have phone home in San Diego and and maybe somewhere else as well. I would never criticized Drew Brees for not being local. I mean he is as local as you can and he he is as caring of this city as anybody could be. Not only people who -- from here but especially people who are not from here. He has a great passion for this city I don't question that at all. But until he got slammed to the turf. In the game against the vikings. And until they were in overtime. And about to lose to the one and three blocks at home. The Buccaneers are not a real good team. That's when breeze seemed to have that fire in his -- And I just. Don't see I don't see that I don't sense. I guess that's the best way to putter I don't sense the passion. From Sean Payton Brees. Now they have a week to think about things before going to Detroit. And we have to come from behind to defeat to defeat the 13 Tampa Bay Bucs. In overtime. At home. In a Mercedes and it's not like we did that on the road. That was a terrible performance. And my recollection years as a set their late in the third quarter. There were boos -- stands. And I mean the minute you drink but people were. Voicing their opinion. And I disagree with those fans who say you're not a true saints then if you. -- the saints. I think it's OK to show disapprove. If you wanna join us for the comic tonight -- numbers 2601870. To all free. 866. 8890 or semi tech's number is 87870. Are so this is a blood mood in the sky it doesn't look -- now I guess this is gonna happen when he gets close to the horizon early tomorrow morning. But about 415. Tomorrow morning. Which again is it to continuation Tuesday night for a minute. At 4:15 tomorrow morning. You can witnesses blood bone and it's a full moon that takes on this red tent there will be a fully clips of the moon. At five to 45. New Orleans time. Until about 624 new wants to. And at some point it's my understanding the moon. And the sun will appear together at the same time so don't miss the total eclipse of the moon tonight. I'm scoots if you rejoice in the comment on numbers 2601 a seventy toll free 866889. Steroids every text. 870. 870. It was all this day October the seventh 1975. That the new York State Supreme Court reversed the Nixon administration's long battle to deport John Lennon. The music of John -- John Lennon's criticism of the administration over the Vietnam War. John -- criticism of the Nixon administration. Made him a threat to the country in the eyes of the president. And the FBI. They were trying to deport John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono. But on this day in 1975. -- Supreme Court in the State of New York ruled that John Lennon could stay. And then thinking about what happens about five years later. Of one of John -- happy. Was allowed to stay here. He was killed. Five years after the State Supreme Court in New York allowed him to to state. He was killed on nine. December the eighth -- August will be talking about that December the eighth Mark David Chapman shot him. Four times in the back in front of us apartment building and it did in the Dakotas and in a Manhattan. And he was at the scene part David -- was at the scene reading the catcher in the rye. Until -- arrived and when police arrived he said the novel is his statement. Here's a quick update -- -- -- to -- -- you are pretty -- people do you think the full moon affects human behaviors been pretty close all night 58% say yes 42%. Saying oh here's a -- do what do you think about taking down the Super Bowl 44 championship banners and logos at the -- facility in Metairie. Seems like they are living in the past. And with our prior success as an ability to strike quickly and offense. Is possible for this team. To have its own identity and not dwell on the past. Here's a text we saints fans need to chant at every game saints need passion. See I think the saints need to give the fans. Reasons a chance. Because this is what really struck me. In the end of the game against the Minnesota Vikings. This was the first home game. And the saints defense had played very poorly in the first two games. And I mean Duff fans were just I mean that the defense. It was close to a standing ovation but the ovation when the defense took the field was like OK guys we know you're better than the first two games where behind. The fans were really in that game. And the saints took the fans out of it. With the lack of passion. I think the fans have done everything they can do to ignite the team. But the team has to pay the fans back. With performance. From Alabama might cure this crucial under the WL. -- -- -- In the area and -- again. A mother road noise com called colony and about it let me show. And I sleep the night -- -- immigrant that. Congratulations it's a great -- should. -- I was -- economic sanctions. And -- -- couple hours now that the conversation. On quality and then these talk about the the insurance company is preventing. The -- and that and talking about the birth control pill and don't. And I had to open it up on my -- and some conversation and there are some investigation. And -- help with any experience. You know when the birth control pills lately people. They'll -- opposition to -- the -- down and I'm an expert on that. Thank regret over the years and -- And it -- you know are not restrict that where Christian culture and then the nature of our Christian principle. Images are in our constitution doesn't say were Christian country. Our constitution doesn't say were Christian nation. Actually certain I mean all the words and -- -- -- I'm not familiar with that pardon constitutional. It isn't there and it states that are Christian -- and our -- But but anyway but it. Yeah I mean it's situated people it was a conversation. You know appear with certainty in their -- the activists. -- over. Over. You know overstepped their bounds and and that they have an agenda and they took the words to beat dirt and and and they change in namely. A control of the pulpit the term and in -- -- eatery I don't know web site. And and when he said. It can change and and that -- -- getting back think we're gonna happen to. Our. And I am one of promiscuity which obviously. A separate report straight -- reaching. -- percent of orchestrated the -- in the week -- 0%. Divorce rate now -- abortion currently. There and structuring their children. Entry like and then if you read that and and and I don't know. Here so great an audience in there. I think it. It's almost its -- theory. Yeah. This is entering -- -- misses a great conversation. I've got to get to a break but I really appreciate you calling her show and and in bringing this up. I would suggest that there were a lot of things going on in the world. And and I've I've talked about this quite offer -- show there were a lot of things going on in our society at the time birth control pills were declared to be legal. And regardless of what is available. To human beings. We need to demand that human beings be responsible for their behavior. Birth control pills have been on medical miracle. For a lot of people. They've helped a lot of people. If people use birth control pills to be promiscuous. Have a feeling they would be promiscuous without the birth control pills. -- this show has actually flown by tonight if I didn't get to your tax and you were sent me an email my email address is -- at WWL dot com. FaceBook pages -- on the air and I do have some conversations there. And you can join me and Twitter and it scoots WWL. My observation is equal means people even if we don't always agree on life decisions. And I I I get text. From people who say that you know and we are Christian nation. The majority of this country's Christian. But it's always been my interpretation of history that we were founded on the principle of freedom of religion. That superseded. The concept. Of christianity. Now that there's anything wrong with christianity on the Christian. But -- -- founded on the idea of freedom of religion one I think Alison ransom our studio producer we're back tomorrow night with another -- show. An interesting case before the supreme court of a guy who's a Muslim inmate who wants to grow his beard we'll talk about that one in Orleans.