Nooz Now

October 27, 2022 Edition

Welcome to the October 27th 2022 edition of Nooz Now! I’m your host Francis Joseph LaManna, and I hope everyone is doing well. Let’s get into the Nooz shall we?

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Kanye West. Kanye has been in the news an awful lot lately, and I do agree with a lot of the stuff he’s talking about. After seeing sponsors and social media platforms cut ties with him, the deeper message to all this is evident. Now, I must say, Kanye has done a good job at maintaining his freedom and not allowing himself to be controlled by the powers that be, but what he’s showing us is that at certain levels when money and fame is involved, you’re expected to act a certain way and support certain things. When you don’t, well, you’ll lose sponsors and social media platforms will block you. It’s a shame. Howard Stern referred to him as Hitler, and I’d like to comment on that. I think Kanye is far far ahead in his thinking, and when you’re as far as he is, most people aren’t ready for what you’re talking about. He’s not wrong, he’s just really pushing the pace into future with some independent thinking, which causes people to either cling to what have and always known, or give it up and move forward. As far as the White Lives Matter t-shirts; I mean, I don’t really know. There’s a lot of white people who are really upset, which is comical to me, but I feel like until someone comes out with and All Lives Matter t-shirt, we’re still playing this white/black race thing. He refers to all people as human beings, a species of human beings, so to emphasize White Lives Matter is a little hypocritical.

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Charleston White. 🀣 I don’t mean to laugh, but the range of responses he gets on social media is hilarious. If you want to talk about someone who has been speaking a lot of truth while turning the narrative on its head, it’s Charleston White. I get it, I understand the youngsters don’t like the ratting, and they don’t like having the cops called them, but he seems committed to making “the neighborhood” a safer place. He wants to take back his community, and that’s where we all need to start. Strong families, strong communities, and you know the rest. Like I said, he’s speaking a lot of truth, and it’s truth people need to hear, but of course, a lot of people don’t like hearing the truth. I think he’s doing a good thing and I think he makes sense. In order for people to move forward they must give up the past and distance themselves from the people who are chaining them to it.

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Tonight, the moon is a waxing crescent illuminated at 10%. We just had a brand-new moon on Tuesday, October 25th in Scorpio, which partially eclipsed the sun. That means a new moon phase is now beginning and it coincided with the sun’s ingress into Scorpio. The moon is in Sagittarius this evening, and the mutable fire of Sag gives us that controlled rage so to speak. The energy is emotional, yet adaptable. Sagittarius is ruled by Jupiter and home in the 9th House. The 9th house is the house of higher thinking and philosophy. It controls higher education and long-distance traveling. The moon here is stirring up the subconscious, and what comes to the surface is a new way of approaching things. Sometimes, despite the labor, and the continuous loss, we maintain our stubbornness. Sagittarius represents many things, but it’s a freedom loving and adventurous sign. Get out of your comfort zone and get going! Right now, while the moon is a waxing crescent, the energy is action oriented. If you’ve been thinking about taking a trip or applying to college, do it. If you’ve been stuck on something, take a break. Get out and enjoy the night air, I might be exactly what you need to return to the grind with fresh perspective.

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The 2022 NCAA College football season has been exciting. Week 9 kicked off yesterday with the game between Virginia Tech and (24) N.C. State. N.C. State barely squeaked past the Hokies winning by one, 22-21. Tomorrow, (meaning Saturday because it’s 12:35 AM here) it’s the number two Buckeyes against the thirteenth ranked Nittany Lions, (9) Oklahoma State versus (22) Kansas State, top ranked Georgia is playing the unranked Gators, and the 7 o’clock game between (19) Kentucky and (3) Tennessee should be a good one. Clemson, TCU, Michigan, Ohio State, Georgia, and Tennessee are still undefeated!

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Halloween this year falls on a Monday. As a kid still in school and young enough to dress up and go out to trick or treat for candy, I loved it when Halloween fell on Saturday. That meant mischief night was on Friday night, and you could dress up and go out for candy Saturday night. It was the best weekend! Well, not this year kids. October 31st is next Monday, and your mischief night is probably going to be called off early because you have school the next day. HaHa. πŸ˜‰

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Let’s see, what else is going on? Elon Musk has officially taken control of Twitter. And yes, he fired some people.

Mount Edgecumbe is a volcano near Sitka, Alaska. For the last 800 years it has been asleep, but several earthquakes in the area earlier this year has scientist thinking it’s about to wake up! RUNNN!

According to USA Today, Indiana is the least expensive state to live in, followed by West Virginia, Iowa, Missouri, and Tennessee.

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Thank you for visiting Nooz Buffet and checking out this edition of Nooz Now! Have a wonderful day tomorrow. It’s Friday!!

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