September Sightings

NUFORC, the National UFO Reporting Center, logged twenty-one reported sightings for the month of September-and there are eleven days left.

Five of those sightings were reported in Pennsylvania towns; Sinking Spring, Chester, Pittsburgh, Dover, and Hanover.

Sinking Spring and Chester are forty-minutes apart, and both towns had similar reported sightings on the evening of the 5th. At 10:00 PM, someone letting their dog out reported seeing two fire-like orbs circling in the sky. Forty-seven minutes later, in a town forty minutes away, someone sitting outside their home also reported fire-like objects in the sky.

Two reports made within forty-seven minutes of each other, in the same state, from towns forty minutes apart is what makes this unique. On top of that, they both saw fireball-like objects.

On the 4th in Pittsburgh, someone reported seeing five orange objects in the sky at approximately 11:30 PM. They were spherical in shape. Again, similar.

I blogged last year about Pennsylvania becoming a hotbed for UFO sightings, and that continues to be true.

What’s Really Going on in the Lehigh Valley School System?

What is inclusive education? According to resilienteducator.com, inclusive education means all students, regardless of any challenges they may have, are placed in age appropriate general education classes that are in their own neighborhood schools to receive high-quality instruction, interventions, and supports that enable them to meet success in the core curriculum.

Inclusion is the action or state of including or being included within a group or structure. I was a highly-qualified teacher of early childhood education for three years in New Jersey, which was right around the time “inclusion” was becoming a thing. I cared about my students, and inclusion, while it may have burdened the work load, was something designed for the benefit of the child.

I don’t teach anymore, but from what I’m hearing from some of the parents whose children go to school in the Lehigh Valley, we’re starting to see the opposite. Currently, because of the coronavirus, the ostracization of children is becoming the new thing. Hundreds of normal children go home every day and speak to their parents about the challenges they face in school and in the classroom-these are conversations that now have parents wondering what’s going on in school.

The United States government was created by the people to protect the God-given rights of the people. Government was created to stop others from infringing on your rights. The government wasn’t created to get involved with medical care, provide welfare for certain groups, to tell people what to do, or to set national policies. Fact!

With this fact in mind, how is that school administrators and teachers are demanding students wear masks and be vaccinated? How are they getting away with infringing on the God-given rights of others, when a government was put in place to stop just that?

Government, in fact, is fueling it. And so, the answer to those questions is this; the opposite of the above doctrine is called socialism-that is, government knows best and the rights of the individual must be sacrificed to “the collective good.” Socialism was the basis of the Soviet Union and more accepted in Europe.

The American founders broke away from the socialist idea in asserting the spiritual concept that government exists to protect and further the potential of each individual. [Legal Guidelines for Unlicensed Practitioners, Dr. Lawrence Wilson, 2007.]

We are losing our way of life because we’re straying from the beliefs and ideals this country was founded on to a more socialistic view.

Barnes and Noble Book Signing

I would like to thank the staff at the Lehigh Valley Mall Barnes and Noble. I had a wonderful time yesterday and met some very nice people. I look forward to working with you again and planning for future events.

I would also like to thank you-the readers! Thank you for talking with me and purchasing my book. If you find your way here to my blog, please, send me an email. I love you and appreciate your support.

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Nooz Now

What’s going on my friends? Welcome.

The date today is Tuesday, September 7, 2021-happy birthday to all my Virgo friends! It seems like the sun was in and out of Leo within the blink of an eye, and I have mixed emotions about that.

โ™-If you’re an Aquarius and you follow astrology, then you know Leo and Aquarius are stuck in opposition. But, relax-sometimes people see the word stuck and they think bad, but it’s not such a bad thing. I have a 7th house Aquarius sun with Leo rising in the 1st. They say your birth chart is ruled by the planet that rules the sign on your ascendant; since the sun rules Leo, my chart is ruled by the sun. Directly across the way is the descendent, and that’s where Aquarius is housing my birth sun.

When the sun is in Leo, it enlivens those lion-like qualities, and it’s my job to bring the qualities of Leo and the qualities of Aquarius into harmony since those signs are in opposition. In addition, I love the summer, so it’s a fun time all the way around. I don’t know why, but I find it fascinating that the sun rules Leo and the moon rules Cancer. Yup, Cancer and Leo house our luminaries.

What signs do you have on the horizon?

๐Ÿ“˜๐Ÿ“–โœ-This Saturday, September 11, I will be at the Barnes and Noble at the Lehigh Valley Mall between the hours of 1 pm and 3pm for my book signing. The address is 801 Lehigh Lifestyle Center, Whitehall, PA 18052. I’m excited-this is my first book signing, and I can’t wait to see you all there.

๐ŸˆNCAA- I wanted to give a shout out to Coach Longo (North Carolina Tar Heels). Coach Longo used to coach at the high school in the town I was born in, and then he coached at William Paterson University when I played there. We lost contact over the years, and the next time I saw him he was on the North Carolina sideline. I was home watching North Carolina play Clemson, and there he was. Congratulations Coach! Ohio State has another big game this weekend (Saturday) against Oregon. Both teams won their openers.

๐Ÿ˜ฎ-Apparently there’s a radio station that tells people how they can save the world! Metro published a story written by Jessica Kwong, about a guy who was being pursued by police. During the chase, Tyson Gilbert, a 39-year-old man from Tennessee, cut his penis off and threw it at the cops who were chasing him. Later he said the radio influenced his actions and convinced him he could save the world by doing so. Lets hope his attempt was not in vein.

๐Ÿ‘ฆ๐Ÿ‘ง-Compartmentalization is the enemy of progression. I know it’s normal for teenage boys and girls to hang out in their bedrooms with the doors closed. I did it, we all did it, and I don’t know-it’s like all of a sudden we had this need for privacy and 5-hour phone calls. Once in while, open your doors and let your parents see what’s going on. Talk to them. Don’t stunt your families growth by becoming a hermit. Pimple face.

โ˜€-On Wednesday, September 22, the sun enters Libra for the first day of fall. Our fall season will last for 105 days. The first day of winter this year is December 21st.

Okay everyone; have a wonderful night and a blessed day tomorrow. I hope to see you all this Saturday at Barnes and Noble.

P.S. I don’t want to say who it is because it might not happen, but I’m waiting for someone in the world of college football to get back to me to do a short interview. I’ll keep you abreast and a thigh of that situation.

I forgot who this was, but he must’ve pissed me off because this picture was sitting in my file for a while now.

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The ticking of the clock,

plays a trance-like melody,

in my mind;

a beautiful symphony.

An orchestra in tune,

perpetuating the mood,

of energetic-never ending high;

though a portrait of time,

tells us it’s noon.

Anxious thoughts and reality loom,

Oh how beautiful,

that circle filled with numerals;

yet-it ticks until our funerals.

Those hands!

Time can be harsh,

though we forget,

in the memories of emotional marsh,

the clock is ticking.

Time is running out.

Ohio State Wins With Explosive Second Half

I saw Ohio State was ranked 4th coming into their game with Minnesota, but with college football teams only playing a little more than half of the games scheduled last season, I didn’t know what to expect. Who’s for real? Who’s as good as advertised?

Lots of questions. On top of that, you have Ohio State on the road with a young quarterback leading the way.

Ohio State’s ground game was barely talked about this offseason, probably for two reasons; one, every one seemed overly concerned about the quarterback situation, and two, the man responsible for carrying the load was a red-shirt freshman.

We quickly learned about Miyan Williams though, and the rare combination of bulk and speed he possesses. The young running back scored the Buckeye’s first touchdown. It was a 72-yard run around the right end; impressive for the 5’8″ 225 pounder.

CJ Stroud started of well, 5of 7, but his play declined in the second quarter. After throwing an interception, Minnesota punched it in on a third and goal to take the lead 14-10. Ohio State got the ball back with a few minutes left in the third, and suddenly, Stroud was faced with adversity. We knew it wasn’t going to take long, and we knew Minnesota wouldn’t take it easy on him.

The Gophers defense hung tough, and Ohio State went three and out. Minnesota came back from a ten-point deficit. They were losing 10-0, and in what seemed like a blink of an eye, they were leading 14-10 and driving for a third score as time was winding down in the second quarter.

The Buckeye defense held, and the half ended.

Minnesota running back, Mohamed Ibrahim, rushed 114 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries IN THE FIRST HALF!

The second half belonged to Ohio State as they outscored Minnesota 35-17 and won the game 45-21. CJ Stroud’s play picked up also in the second half. He threw his first touchdown of the season on the first drive of the third quarter; a deep cross to WR, Chris Olave.

That’s how you want to come out of the locker room.

The Buckeye defense came up big on several drives including the strip sack that was actually a fumble and then scooped and scored by defensive lineman Haskell Garrett.

Before the night was over, Stroud threw for 294 yards and four touchdowns. WR, Chris Olave, had 4 catches for 117 yards and 4 touchdowns.

Minnesota was competitive as expected, and they hung around, but Ohio State came up with the big plays both offensively and defensively when they needed them the most.

Big Ten Showdown

Tonight at 8 o’clock the Ohio State Buckeyes will meet the Minnesota Golden Gophers. It’s the first game of the season for both teams. The Buckeyes represent the Big10 East and the Gophers the West. Minnesota has been competitive, and I expect them to throw whatever they can at CJ Stroud (OSU QB). There hasn’t been much talk about Ohio State’s ground game, so I’d like to see what that’s all about; I’d also like to see how Minnesota game plans for that tough defensive front of Ohio State. Ohio State is on the road tonight.

Alright Everyone! Enjoy the game!

FB Dating App. New Scam Discovered

Hello everyone!

I’ve been on the Facebook dating app for a while now, and I’ve seen my share of fake accounts and scams, but something happened recently that I couldn’t believe.

I saw a girl on the app that I was talking to on Twitter last year. I friended her on the Facebook app, she accepted, and I said, “Hey love how are you? Did you move to Pennsylvania?”

“Hello,” she responded.

The next time I looked at the screen, it said this person was no longer available, but what was really messed up was the girl’s name was still there, her profile was still there, and our conversation was still there as it was. The only thing that changed were the pictures posted with the account.

This could be a dangerous situation because your having a conversation with someone you think you know, when all of a sudden, someone else assumes the account.

If someone was looking at the conversation they would think I said those things to the person who was in the picture when I actually said them to the person who left the conversation.

Dangerous, not cool, and be careful.