THINK! America – Weekend of Nov. 18, 2017 – Show #1

Topics - November 18, 2017 - Show #1. Guest: Dr. Douglas Weiss, Director of Heart to Heart Counseling Center - Sex Addition Clinic, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Topics and Guest – November 18, 2017 – Show #1

The ego of athletes who risk it all: Colin Kaepernick pushed the envelope over the “take a knee” strategy with the NFL, OJ Simpson, fresh out of prison in October, is now banned from a Vegas casino for belligerence, and three UCLA basketball players have risked their
schooling and ability to play when they are detained in China for allegedly shoplifting luxury goods. In the case of Kaepernick, the
NFL has already seen seasonal losses, but GQ magazine just named him “Citizen of the Year!” The fate of OJ’s future and that of the
UCLA basketball players is still to be announced. Why do sports stars who have so much to lose, take so many chances?

Doped up Dogs: Just when the sports world thought it had seen it all in doping—along comes doped up dogs for the Iditarod! A doping
scandal has hit the world’s most famous dog-sled race, the Iditarod, which is a 1000-mile trek through Alaska each March. Already some
dogs have tested positive for high levels of Tramadol, which is an opioid pain reliever. How are the dogs getting the drugs? Who’s at

Interview: Dr. Douglas Weiss, Director of Heart to Heart Counseling Center – Sex Addition Clinic, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Topic: With Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal breaking, there are more and more “patients” going to sex addiction clinics
(including Weinstein). How do you know if you’re a sex addict? What happens in a sex addiction session? How does one get “cured” of
sexual addiction?

Just thinking about the cost of college makes broad shoulders droop and steady eyes spasm with terror. Colleges are money pits and their return on investment is particularly stellar. But a new funding model for education is being introduced through a partnership
between two alternate entities – General Assembly and Per Scholas. The name of the model is Code Bridge, a 17-week coding boot camp with no tuition. The CEO of General Assembly, Jake Schwartz, has long thought education could be paid “where companies front cash for students’ expenses in exchange for a predetermined number of paid employees each year. What do you think? What educational choice would you make for yourself or your family

Change Your Life Technology: Memory Prosthetic.