Overweight Boy Scouts Banned, Tennis Player Shunned For Nudity in Magazine And UK Parents Waiting To Name Their Babies!

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With us today are Bev Johnson from AM 1070 WDIA, our own Corie Ventura, and Steve Conley with Classic Hits 94.1.

40,000 Boy Scouts are in West Virginia this week, for the National Scout Jamboree.

But the largest Scouts, aren't because the organization has banned extremely overweight members from attending this year.

The Jamboree is 9 days of physical activities that are expected to be more strenuous than ever.

Troops were told in advance about the weight requirements, to give members a chance to get ready with diet and exercise.

Discrimination, or fair warning of some reasonable requirements?

The world's fourth ranked women's tennis player is being shunned by a catholic youth organization in her native Poland, where she serves as ambassador.

They dropped  Agnieszka Radwanska (prounounced: Ah-gah Rad-vahn-ska) after she dropped her clothes for ESPN magazine's "The Body" issue, which features a number of athletes in the nude.

While she is naked, the photos are not explicit.


The Royal baby watch has hit a fever pitch it's so crazy in the UK, moms who've already given birth to babies recently are waiting to name them until they see what Prince William and Kate Middleton name theirs!

Is that nuts?






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