Interview with a Saint: The Nola Chick/Reggie Bush Encounter

reggie-flip-camIt FINALLY happened people…and I FINALLY finished the video that proves it! I got within butt pinching distance of Reggie Bush at his Pro Football Camp in New Orleans…and didn’t get arrested! The kids were adorable, the sun was blazing, but it was Reggie who truly shined as someone who cares dearly for not only the Saints organization but his young fans in New Orleans.

Mother Hen will soon be sharing her pictures and interviews from the event, including one grandmother’s touching post-Katrina story. But first, check out how I managed to engage in a 5 minute press opp (flip-cam in tow) with Reggie without tossing him a pair of black and gold thongs.

For more images from the event, check out our WHO DAT Chick Pics.

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About Nola Chick

Shaneika, a.k.a. Nola Chick, is a lifelong crazed Saints fan and creator of chicksinthehuddle.com. If she looks familiar, you may have seen her lose a Cadillac on "The Price is Right" with Bob Barker or win Super Bowl tickets on the Ellen Show. (She gets around...)

Twitter Handle: @chicksndahuddle

Comments

  1. WAY TO GO, NolaChick!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. sexysaintsfan says:

    I’m still having having flashbacks of him in that Essence magazine centerfold on the field in the uniform shirtless and oiled up. Good job on the interview

  3. the shirtless sports magazine shot is more than sponge-worthy…but I digress. Thanks SSF!

  4. Super congrats are in order, I think I might have had to accidently brush up against him lol

  5. SaintsfaninATL says:

    I feel shameful as old as I am, but I have to say it: DAMN he’s HOT!

  6. Oh the chicks are great! I so connat wait until this year’s batch arrives next week. My daughter learned so unbelievably much from her first batch of chickens. I can’t wait to see what she learns this year.

  7. The problem I see with your aruemgnt is that it’s not a belief that homosexuality is right, it’s just that I’m gay. Straight people seem to take for granted that they like the opposite gender. There have always been genetic traits that aren’t in the majority (you’ll rarely find a Japanese person with curly hair) but they do happen. Why that would make anyone less than anyone else is a mystery for me. If I believed that straight couples were a detriment to society’s morals and wanted them not to show any affection in public, would it be your responsibility to bend to my wants?Right now I cannot get married here in Minnesota. Right now I would get no legal benefits for being in a lifelong and committed relationship. I would not be able to visit my partner in a family-only critical hospital event. I’m already having to bend to near breaking point so that the religious right can feel like they’re protecting America.Unfortunately most of the things your saying are coming from the Bible. Since I don’t hold that up as a credible source to cite in an aruemgnt, I just can’t see things your way. If being loving and considerate means I have to hide who I really am, what sort of life is that? I don’t feel the need to justify my lifestyle choices to a religion that I realized was not the end all and be all.We get one life to live. Good things happen to Christians. Good things happen to non Christians. Bad things happen to Christians. Bad things happen to non Christians. The only difference is Christians contribute money their entire lives, adhere to a set of moral rules for their lives, and also cement their spot in heaven. So essentially the Bible can make any fancy promises it wants without ever being proved wrong’ (per se) because the payoff is when you’re dead. Now of course, if there were more miracles occuring (as recorded in the Bible) there would be more incentive for a skeptical world to believe. There isn’t though. And I have yet to see a Christian go out and call on God to light their pyre to prove he exists why not? If he could do it then he can do it now.I just don’t understand how the right can say they want to save us from heartache when in fact we suffer more because of the actions.

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