Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Just Stuff

This week focuses on religion, holidays, more GOP candidates and dramas - sorry, but they all suck and no one can fix a broken program. Scott Walker is right to quit. Others will soon drop out also. Ben Carson is right, as is Donald Trump on most issues. These and other dramas build as we approach the Autumn Equinox, when the sun enters Libra and the focus is the eclipse. It all ends at the end of the month as humans return to their regular scheduled programs and dramas with apocalypse.

Here in the city, it looks like the weather will be clear but too hot (80's) for the crowds Pope Francis will attract. The Pope's Schedule There are road signs everywhere warning drivings to stay out of the city and for people to use public transportation. My daughter Zsia emailed, "NJ is under a state of emergency when the Pope is here." The UN General Assembly is convening, so it's going to be a wild ride in every sense the word. Everyone I know is staying clear of the city and will watch events on TV or the Internet - some extended their time off for Yom Kippur (Wednesday) though the weekend. Stay tuned for more ...

Brian Williams returns to air on MSNBC Tuesday for Pope coverage   USA Today - September 22, 2015
Broadcaster Brian Williams will return to the air Tuesday, easing into a far less prominent but familiar position of anchoring breaking news. The former chief anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News, fresh from his much-chronicled, six-month suspension for fabricating stories about his reporting tours, will anchor live breaking news, starting at 3 p.m. ET, on MSNBC for its coverage Pope Francis' visit to the U.S.

NBC's Blindspot was my kind of show. Jaimie Alexander stars as the lady with the tattoos and no memory. Jaimie - you may recall - wore a gorgeous shimmering gown at the Emmy's Sunday. 'Blindspot' Review: The Fall's First Must-Watch Show   Yahoo - September 22, 2015

September 22 (Sundown) - 23, 2015

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is the Jewish holiday of the Day of Atonement
and is the most holy day of the Jewish year.

Here in Brooklyn many Orthodox Jews can be seen praying
by the Atlantic Ocean, just across from my home.