Machu Picchu

It was in the early 1900’s that Machu Picchu was found, and the documentary I’m watching right now as we speak, said the Inca ruins were abandon for at least 4 centuries before being discovered.

I think that’s unbelievable and exciting.

Step Right Up

You see, the people who remove their masks after getting vaccinated are the most compliant, fearful, manipulating, and controlling of all. Most of them did everything they were told.

Wear your mask!


Lockdown and no work!


Get tested!


Get vaccinated!


Take your mask off!


Go back to work!


If they’re smart they’ll remain quiet and go about their business, but they won’t. Most of them can’t. Why you ask? Well, because they’re harboring resentment and a little anger on the inside for not having a mind of their own. As a result, they start calling people out who aren’t wearing a mask and haven’t been vaccinated. And that’s when they’ll give themselves away.


If you’ve been following my blog then you might recognize the content written above; it was under the Don’t Believe The Hype section of the last Nooz Now post.

And here we go; Christina Wyman, you’re what’s wrong with this country. Let’s start with the title of your article published on under the Think, Opinion, Analysis, and Essays heading.

“COVID Vaccine Honor Systems are as Ridiculous as They Sound”

  1. A COVID vaccine honor system is something you made up. You hold no power over anyone who has decided to either not get vaccinated or wait to get vaccinated. Getting vaccinated was a choice just like wearing your mask.
  2. Your dentist is doing the right thing by not asking his/her patients if they’ve been vaccinated because that’s none of your dentists business.
  3. Nobody cares how many doses of the vaccine you received. No one cares. Seriously.
  4. Your quote, “If the pandemic has taught us anything it’s that we can’t rely on the decency of those around us. A willingness to blindly trust simply doesn’t compute.” Once again, you cannot force anyone to get vaccinated, and you have it backwards. You’re the one who can’t be trusted. Leave people alone and worry about yourself. You have a poor outlook on life.
  5. Your quote, “When I arrived for my cleaning, I was armed with my Pfizer vaccination card and my mask, fully anticipating that my doctor would need to know my vaccination status in the interest of protecting herself, her staff and the other patients.” Oh you were armed? Fucking looser! Again, think about someone else besides yourself. Your poor doctor just got yelled at for asking to see a patients vaccination card, and then you come in and yell at her for not asking to know about your vaccination status.
  6. In case you haven’t noticed, we’ve reached a point in this pandemic where people’s rights are being infringed upon. There has also been a reckless disregard of the US Constitution and doctor patient confidentiality. Normal people are starting to wake up and realize this. Insane people like you are going right to the end with it.

If I was you, I’d stick to writing for CNN because that’s the only place that would publish that mainstream narrative bullshit. You’re closeminded and extreme in your thinking.

Okay everyone, have a wonderful night and a blessed day tomorrow.

Oh, here’s the link.

6:45 AM

Never have I seen a sky more beautiful. I stood outside on a frigid morning in December admiring nature’s art. This morning sky was a blend; at its highest point it was still dark. A slice of the moon’s crest and stars were still visible. At its lowest point just above a mountain top, the rising sun electrified the horizon with a thick strip of bright orange. The bright orange fade was subtle but brilliant in its becoming of a creamy pastel; and then there was the blend; an artist’s best work-simply magnificent as the creamy orange somehow blended perfectly with the still lingering darkness of the night sky. It was 6:45 AM.

Thank You Thank You

I promised.  I promised myself and my readers that I would give less attention and less of my time writing about negativity and experiences that upset me, but finally, finally, finally, finally, someone actually apologized.

The corner store near my house opens at 6am.  I got there at 5:45am and waited outside in the parking lot for the doors to open.

At 6am the lights go on, and the woman inside behind the counter walks towards the door to unlock it.  I’m at the door waiting to greet her.

When she opens she tells me there’s no money in the register, and the woman who is in charge of the cash is on her way.  In charge of the cash?  Really?

You just opened the door, but you don’t have any access to the cash that belongs in the register?

Anyway, I said okay and I returned to the parking lot to continue waiting patiently.  The lady who runs the cash register shows up about five after six, and finally they’re ready to serve me at about ten after.

With an attitude, she asks me what I want, and after I tell her, she rips open the glass doors that encase my item.  She pushed those glass doors so hard, I thought they were going to shatter.  Then she turns around and insults me for coming to the store so early.

If you’re a retail manager, and you run a convenient store, shouldn’t you want people at the door with money for purchases?  Yes.  Are you supposed to judge your customers after they purchase items in your store?  No.

Look, if you’re miserable and upset about something, you’re not supposed to take it out on your customers.  You should be thanking your customers for supporting your business.

You should be happy that people want to come to your store and see your face at six in the morning.

I’m going to leave it at that.  I can feel this post beginning to snowball out of control as I’m now thinking back to that morning.

I did want to mention though, this is the same store I left because the Manager was threatening me during meetings.  He would also blow me off and tell me I was lying when I expressed my concerns about things that were happening to me in the store during working hours.  I walked out.

Thank you for the apology.


NCAA College Football Week 5 Feature Game Follow Up

Our attempt to go 3-0-1 versus the spread this weekend was crushed in USC’s 14-28 loss to Washington.  We caught the line at 10, but obviously, that wasn’t enough.  Table Seven is now 2-1-1 versus the spread. 

USC lost by 14 to Washington, are you shocked?  Washington does have a good team this year, but I thought for sure USC was going to come closer than 14.  Senior WR, Michael Pittman Jr. did have a touchdown, but he was the only one the trio that did.  Turnovers really ruined USC’s chances as quarterback Matt Fink threw three interceptions.  With this win, the Huskies improved their record to 4-1.  The Trojans are now 3-2, and this is their second loss on the road.

In general, it was an amazing weekend of college football!  The Tar Heels played an outstanding game against the number one team in the country, Clemson.  The game was a 14-14 tie in the fourth quarter until Clemson scored and took the lead for the first time in the game.  Then, North Carolina came right back and scored.  The score was 21-20, Clemson was winning by one point.  The Tar Heel coaching staff decided to go for the 2-point conversion, and QB Sam Howell was stuffed short.  The game ended 21-20, Clemson won, and I’m still trying to figure out for the life of me, why the decision to go for two?  Why?  Why would you play your ass off for four quarters against the best team in the country, and then gamble the game away at the very end?  It didn’t make sense to me, it really felt like UNC just gave Clemson the game.  They could’ve kicked the extra point and battled it out in overtime.  Obviously, if they converted, it would’ve been the best call ever, but c’mon.  If you don’t need two, you don’t go for two.

Michigan beat Rutgers 52-0, and that’s exactly what Michigan needed to do this week.  Wisconsin looked terrible in their throwback uniforms, but the odd look brought them good luck in their game against Northwestern.  It was a 24-15 win for the Badgers.  Kellen Mond led Texas A&M to a 31-27 victory over the Razorbacks, and Arizona upset number fifteen California 24-17.  Earning respect on the field was our call to Notre Dame this week, and they answered by beating (18) UVA 35-20.

Alright my good friends.  Week five has come and gone, and the overall picture of who’s who in NCAA College Football is starting to come into focus.  We picked Washington to win their game against USC, and they did, but we also picked USC to cover the 10 point spread, and they didn’t.  That’s okay though, it’s early.  The upset this week definitely goes to Arizona in their win over Cal, and we’re happy to send some respect in Notre Dame’s direction for beating (18)UVA by fifteen.  Don’t forget to check back Thursday, October 3rd, for the Table 7 Top 6, and our Week Six, NCAA College Football Feature Game Preview.  Enjoy the rest of your weekend.   

Table 7; The Truth

I would like to thank WordPress for sending us the happy anniversary card.  Today, September 23, 2019, is officially our one year anniversary since being on the internet.

When we started a year ago, I told you;

Nooz Buffet is information that’s relevant, progressive, and in sync year around as the seasons change and time moves forward.

and as fate would have it, our anniversary happens to coincide with the 2019 Fall Equinox.

Thank you, and stay tuned.  Another year of real truth is on the menu!


NCAA College Football Feature Follow-up

Sunday, September 22, 2019.

First things first, money, right?  Okay, we gave you SMU getting 9.5 points.  THEY COVERED.!!🎆🎇🎉🎊💲 is now 2-0-1 versus the spread.

SMU did the unexpected.  They traveled to Fort Worth as 9.5 point underdogs, and beat (25)Texas Christian 41-38.  We knew SMU was outscoring opponents 35-6 in the first quarter, and of course, playing on the road this week, we stressed the importance of them getting off to a fast start.

Boy oh boy, they didn’t disappoint us either.  SMU QB Shane Buechele rushed 4 yards for the Mustangs first touchdown.  Then, TCU fumbled the ball on their own 1 yard line, and SMU recovered.  On the ensuing drive, Xavier Jones rushed 1 yard for the Mustangs second touchdown, and it was 15-0 just like that.  When the first quarter ended, SMU was winning 18-7.  They scored early and often.  Mission complete.

Shane Buechele did throw an interception, but he also threw for 288 yards and two touchdowns.  His completion percentage was almost 70%.  On the ground, Xavier Jones did carry the load.  He touched the rock 19 times, and had 79 yards and a touchdown.  (that’s a little over 4 yards per carry)  Not bad at all.

TCU never really did rebound from that first quarter.  They trailed the entire game despite scoring 21 points in the second half and almost making a comeback.  I don’t know what happened to that two-headed monster in the backfield, but Darius Anderson did some serious damage.  He rushed for 161 yards and 2 touchdowns.  The Horned Frogs did a really good job spreading the ball around.  Eight different receivers caught passes, but Pro Wells stood out with 2 td’s.

We said when it was all said and done, only one team would remain undefeated.  The SMU Mustangs are now 4-0.  I really thought this win would spring them into the NCAA Top 25, but I guess voters aren’t giving them that much respect yet.

I don’t know WTF these people look at.  UCF loss to Pitt and they’re still in, Army’s in with one loss, and Michigan has one loss.  They’re even considering one-loss Iowa State for the 25th spot.

I hope everyone had a wonderful Saturday, and we’ll see y’all next week.  Don’t forget, every Thursday we post the Table 7 Top 6, at 6am, and the Nooz Buffet NCAA College Football Feature Game of the Week analysis is up by 3pm.   


Table Seven NCAA College Football Feature Game of the Week

There are a few games this weekend that are well deserving of super hype and attention, but as shocking as it may be, our NCAA College Football Feature Game pick is the game between SMU and TCU.

Southern Methodist is traveling to Texas Christian, and when it’s all said and done, only one of them will remain undefeated.

The SMU Mustangs won a tight game against Arkansas State 37-30 during the first week of the season, and since, they’ve continued taking care of business.  They beat North Texas 49-27, and Texas State 47-17.  They’re unranked, but they’re 3-0.  Running back Xavier Jones has 291 yards and 7 touchdowns on 54 carries.  He’s capable of carrying the load, and SMU will need him to be productive.  The Mustangs are outscoring opponents 35-6 in first quarter play, and this week, more than ever, they’ll have come out and make an early statement.  They’re on the road, and the environment will be hostile.

TCU is ranked 25th, they’re 2-0, and they’re home.  They will be up and ready for this game.  They have wins over Pine Bluff and Purdue and seek win number three this weekend.  TCU has the advantage of playing home so it can only work in their favor if they’re scoring early and often.  Last week the Horned Frog defense held Purdue running back King Doerue to 27 yards on 11 carries and picked off quarterback Jack Plummer twice.  As a matter of fact, the Boiler Makers touched pay dirt one time, and it was  in the fourth quarter.  They’ll need the same effort this week out of their defense.  On offense, TCU seems to have a two-headed monster emerging out of the backfield.  Combined, Olonilua and Anderson rushed for 285 yards and 3 touchdowns on 34 carries.  If SMU can’t stop the run, it’s going to be a long hard afternoon.

Alright everyone, there you have it.  I hope everyone has a safe and happy college football weekend.  Enjoy all the games, and don’t forget to leave us a message.  You know we like hearing from you!  Down below, as you can see, we picked TCU, the home favorite, to win the game, but we think SMU will cover the 9.5 point spread.

Table Seven Feature Game Pick of the Week


Versus The Spread

SMU +9.5

Week 4, Ncaa College Football

Table 7 Top 6

  1. (11)Michigan @ (13)Wisconsin- This classic Big 10 match-up kicks off at 12 noon on Saturday.  Both teams are undefeated.
  2. Tennessee @ (9) Florida- Tennessee travels to the swamp to play the Gators this weekend, but those Gators are hot and hungry with wins over Kentucky and Miami.  Florida is undefeated, Tennessee on the other hand, well, they’re still looking for their first win.  Won’t be this week.
  3. Boston College @ Rutgers- This is another game that kicks off Saturday afternoon at 12.  B.C. will be traveling to my home and native land, New Jersey, to play the 1-1 Scarlet Knights.  Last week Rutgers had a bye, which is good.  Hopefully they took advantage of that extra time to prepare.  Boston College lost last week 24-48 against Kansas so this is an important one as I’m sure they’ve already had a “w” penciled in. Shhh!  Upset?  I hope.
  4. SMU @ (25) TCU- Last week, TCU was victorious over Purdue, 34-13, while SMU enjoyed the weekend off.  The last time SMU played they bitched whipped North Texas 49-27.  SMU and TCU are both undefeated, but a slight edge will be given to TCU because after-all, they’re playing home.  TCU is ranked 25th, and that’s good for SMU as a win would bring them some much needed respect and recognition.  This should be a really good game.
  5. (15) UFC @ PITT- I don’t know for a fact, but I’m pretty sure Central Florida plays every week with a bit of a chip on their shoulder because of the way they’re treated when playoff time rolls around, and rightfully so.  They’re one of several teams that get railroaded despite having a perfect record.  Right now, they’re fast off to a 3-0 start, which includes last week’s 45-27 win over Stanford.  Coach Narduzzi and his Pittsburgh Panthers lost 10-17 to in-state rival (13)Penn State last week.  I like Pitt, I sincerely do, and I hope they continue to get better and win games, but right now they’re not at the Penn State level.  I hope they’re over it, and focused on UCF because this game won’t be easy for them.
  6. (7) Notre Dame @ (3) Georgia- Kick off time is Saturday evening at 8pm, and the Georgia Bulldogs are home.  Both teams are undefeated and both won last week in blow out fashion.  Showtime!