Oct 06


Philip Jeff has an academy award winning book on his hands, that of The Death of An Heir. I read 150 pages in one sitting the other evening as Death of An heir literally sails away at such a fast pace, it is almost impossible to keep up.

The Death of An Heir, If it isn’t already in the works, Heir should be made into a movie. It is a sad story, but Jett runs away with the fast paced, riveting, we have to find out what happens next prose. Incredibly, it reads like a movie script.

What happened when Adolph Coors III, one of the Coors brewing dynasty  was kidnapped  back in 1960? A hapless loser who has a criminal past, decides to make money the easy way by kidnapping Adolph Coors III—-right near his country home in Colorado.

Adolph Coors drove himself to work, lived in a large ranch home, not a mansion, to keep his life to an almost regular,  ordinary person’s lifestyle. Even though The Coors dynasty children could have lived in magical splendor, their father kept his kids from living in mansions and doing whatever they wanted. Dad didn’t spoil his children and made all of his sons work for a living.

Considering the Coors heirs did not live the high life, they didn’t  think they needed bodyguards back in the 1950’s and 1960’s. The three sons went to work everyday as major decision makers, and lived regular lives—–although they did belong to seven country clubs and bolstered the economy of Golden Colorado, they worked hard everyday.

Adolph Coors is kidnapped by Joe Corbett who lost his mind when his mother died. Corbett attempts to kidnap Adolph and Coors III fights back. Corbett shoots him twice, drags him into his car and leaves plenty of evidence behind.

Jeff even says if Coors III had simply allowed Corbett to kidnap him he would have lived a long, healthy life. But, considering something in Corbett had already snapped, he wasn’t going to allow his meal ticket to get away and killed him, still sending out the ransom letter, but leaving town to hide out in plain sight.

Philip Jeff tells the story so realistically, readers will feel like they are right there. It really is as if we are watching a movie, not reading a book—it goes so fast.

One of the best books I have read this year, of 2017. Certainly the best true life story of 2017!! Momzinga.com.


Oct 04



Did you know that in the list of NFL advertisers we should be boycotting to protest the NFL protesters , we need to add Disney and all of their products to the list?

Why boycott Disney? Disney owns ABC TV, and thus owns the rights to the NFL games. That means we should be boycotting all Disney products, right? The list of Disney products goes on and on. I have to admit this is funny in an odd way, because we never really knew how far-reaching Disney everything goes, until I started researching Disney products.

To fully get the meaning of our intentions of disrespecting America, we will have to boycott all Disney products, including, Disneyworld, Disneyland, Disney Resorts, Disney performers, Disney movies, Disney clothes, toys, stuffed animal,. movies, and of course Disney’s NFL station ABC. We also have to think further and boycott the Disney Channel. Disney Junior, Toon Disney, Disney XD, Radio Disney and all the singers, actors, and icons we grew up thinking about such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse.


Sad, isn’t it, when we have to boycott Mickey, and Minnie Mouse. Goofy, and all the funny, cuddly Disney characters to get our point across?!

To really get our intentions across that we love America and we respect the American flag, we have to reach  as far as we can to not buy or help out any NFL sponsor (full list already put on Momzinga.com), but I unintentionally left out Ford and Disney.

So keep boycotting the NFL and all of its sponsors, including— sob— Disney!!

Oct 03


Clear Channel Presents iHeartRadio Album Release Party With Jason Aldean For "Old Boots, New Dirt"Jason Aldean wrote this about 24 hours after the horrific mass shooting happened in Las Vegas:

“Over the last 24 hours I have gone through lots of emotions. Scared, Anger, Heartache, Compassion and many others. I truly don’t understand why a person would want to take the life of another. Something has changed in this country and in this world lately that is scary to see. This world is becoming the kind of place I am afraid to raise my children in,” he wrote.

“At the end of the day we aren’t Democrats or Republicans, Whites or Blacks, Men or Women. We are all humans and we are all Americans and it’s time to start acting like it and stand together as ONE! That is the only way we will ever get this Country to be better than it has ever been, but we have a long way to go and we have to start now,” he continued. “My heart aches for the Victims and their families of this Senseless act. I am so sorry for the hurt and pain everyone is feeling right now and there are no words I can say to take that pain away. Just know u all are in my heart and my prayers as we all go through this together. Time to come together and stop the hate!”

Aldean was a few songs into his Sunday night headlining set when authorities say 64-year-old Stephen Paddock smashed out the windows of his 32nd floor hotel room at the nearby Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and began firing automatic weapons at the 22,000 fans assembled in a parking lot across the street. Paddock took his own life as police breached his room.

After watching Fox news on the mass shooting on October 2, and after seeing a shocked young couple being interviewed, what they said and how they looked went straight to my heart. I felt so horrible for them. The 20-something couple were sitting in the VIP tent when the shooting started. They thought  fireworks going off, and when they saw and heard the uninterrupted shooting rampage, they searched for a way out of the fenced in field. They said there were ten foot fences people could not climb to get out. They hid under a bar in the tent, until the shooting stopped, and ran for their lives.

It is definitely time for event planners, hotels and organizations to rethink their priorities. Hotels need to start x-raying each piece of luggage coming through the hotel, and not allow a man on his own to have ten suitcases with him. Yes, this is prying into our rights, but also, come on did someone not see all the luggage he had?

Also, once the concert starts, place more security people near the exits and entrances and allow more room for people to get out. OMG! I know we can’t think of everything, but why are we putting  ten foot fences up at concerts? It’s like placing concert goers in jail! Momzinga.com.


Oct 03


The  Puerto Rican, San Juan Mayor, Carmen Yulin Cruz has been bitching in the media for a week now of how President Donald Trump has not done anything for Puerto Rico, since hurricane Maria devastated the island. Well, turns out  Cruz,who voted for Hillary Clinton is lying. Even Geraldo, currently a Fox contributor, has called her on what she is saying.

Well Ladies, and Gentlemen, it is called lying. The Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico is lying and saying Trump has not done a single thing for her country. Through online sources, I have learned she is lying because President Trump has sent  Puerto Rico numerous containers of water, food and generators.

Liberal Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz needs to stop complaining and get working. How about stop calling the media daily, and bitching on camera, of how ‘awful’ President Trump is? How about getting on the phone and start coordinating efforts to get food out to the dehydrated masses, Ms. Cruz?

Looks to me, like Cruz is using this disaster as an opportunity to bolster her public image. Cruz is getting her name, and her image out in the ever so one sided Liberal media’s limelight, by squacking about the dire conditions. The owner of a truck company was saying he couldn’t get the water and food sent over by Trump to the devastated people because he did not have any drivers. So the trucks filled with much needed supplies sat in refrigerated trucks next to a supply station, all day in the hot sun.

How exactly do truck drivers get trucks through to donation areas when the roads have been taken out by the flooding, the high winds and probably still—at the time have electric lines lying across them?

I don’t know about you, but what can President Trump do for the island nation of Puerto Rico, when the Mayor of San Juan is not coordinating efforts to get food and water to her people, but yes she can find the time to hug them in front of the media cameras?

How about coordinating an effort to put people to work, to fix the roads to get the food and water through? How about stopping the bitching and ask for Donald Trump to bring Americans to Puerto Rico to rebuild roads, get electricity running again and to help out, instead of firing off missives of “save us from dying”? Stop lying and get to work!! Momzinga.com.


Oct 02



After looking Creek Stewart up online on four websites, I have not discovered his age, his date of birth or where he hails from. So, I can’t tell you exactly how old he is, but after guessing, I’m thinking he’s in his mid-40’s.

Currently, though, I do know the Weather Channel’s survival guy, who gives his expert survival advice on the TV show: SOS: How to Survive. I watched two of these shows the other day, and considering we live in the Wilds of Pennsylvania, I was more than interested in his advice and the stories that go along with what Creek Stewart tells people to do in case they are lost in the woods, during seriously hot weather, or during seriously cold weather. I found it interesting that such a good looking guy can know so much about survival.

Creek Stewart began his journey discovering survival techniques at a young age, becoming an Eagle Scout at 14. He taught survival  at 21 to help pay for college. Stewart has written six books so far on making it through difficult times of yes, I’m going to say it again—of surviving. It’s very interesting watching him talk about how to make gross, smelly water into drinkable, clean filtered water, and how to start a fire. He even shows how to make shoes out of a snowmobile. Stewart’s books are sold on Amazon, by the way. Momzinga.com.



Oct 02

Haunted: New James Patterson Book: SIMPLY WRITTEN BUT STILL REALLY GOOD!

51eGn7ghQAL__SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Haunted written by James Patterson and James O. Born is two simple things—simple and good. Patterson and Born wrote Haunted as simply as possible. It was too easy to read, and was written to a seventh grade level. Haunted is not written for scholarly scholars, who quote poets .Patterson’s books are written to be read fast—which blows me away how anyone could write that well, but so simply.

Haunted is both a fast, great read, but it does this aggravating thing. Haunted stops and starts just getting good action, and then the action stops. Background information is inserted in super simple terms. Then the action comes racing back to only be halted again by explaining what we should already know. Hey, if we have read any Patterson—Michael Bennett thrillers before, and watch action adventure movies, we as readers should know why cops do not stand in front of doorways when they knock on them.

I found after zip lining through 100 pages of nonstop action, explaining what just happened and throwing in some background information, I felt myself feeling a tad bit tormented and still entertained like a good novel should make a person feel. It was a truly an odd experience, but also a good one.

This time around Bennett’s eldest child Brian goes to jail for peddling drugs, his grandfather has a heart attack and he finally does the right thing and marries Mary Catherine.

By the way—-Haunted has two book excerpts from James Patterson’s upcoming books contained within the pages of Haunted, from Chase and The People v. Alex Cross. Momzinga.com.

Sep 29

We Are Never Meeting in Real Life: Sorta, Kinda Funny!

Okay at first I kind of found  Samantha Irby’s We  Are Never Meeting In Real Life, sorta, kinda funny, then the middle dropped out and this book became anything but funny. It became annoying! We are Never Meeting in Real Life is true, because her humor was not funny. Okay, great she makes fun of herself, hates nearly everything and everyone on the planet and somehow somebody seems to think this is funny. Almost all of the Amazon reviews I scanned were head over heels, falling down drunk with laughter over We Are Never Meeting in Real Life.

Maybe that’s what I should have done before I started reading this book on a hot September fall day was had way too much to drink, fallen down with drunkenness and left my mind somewhere else, because I didn’t find Real Life to be like real life at all. It was ummm—dumb. It wasn’t  funny. It was however bland , similar to really bad supposed comedy movies where nothing is funny and all the jokes are geared towards someone who has no soul, heart or substance and is under 35.

To read this book and find it funny, I think most people who will enjoy Real Life need to live in a big city, love big city life and hate being outside, or walking outdoors and despise the wildlife that goes with being outside such as squirrels, chipmunks, cats, dogs, elk, chickens and all the animals I essentially love. So, no I did not find We Are Never Meeting in Real Life funny, adventurous or interesting. It seemed like one big complaint session to me! Momzinga.com.

Sep 28

THE BIG LIE: Discover How The Alt-Left is Taking Over America

The Big Lie explains how the Alt-Left is desperately trying to take over America by slandering, bullying and educating our populace on what they feel is the way America should be—a Fascist country. Progressives, Dinesh D’Souza explains are doing everything they can to control Americans, including having the media lie to us, having Progessives bully and beat up Conservatives at Trump rallies.

D’Souza tells us how the Big Lie is spreading all across America and making people mind numb zombies who carry on as if someone took their Iphones away. It’s very sad how America has become very divided as anation and how the Alt-Left is blaming this all on Trump in a hate campaign. Hillary and her cronies have not stopped campaigning, they are continuing the hate campaign every day. That’s what makes it sad, because they are not accepting that Trump won the presidency, and they are not allowing him to carry out his presidency.

D’Souza talks about how the Alt-Left is making Trump and all Conservatives out to be Facists, and Nazis, just like Adolf Hitler, when in fact what they are doing is lying to people who will listen to them. Sad that anyone would believe their lies, because as D’ Souza says in fact, the Alt -Left want America to become a Fascist nation so they have complete control of Americans.

How can people not see this happening? They have been under educating our children for at least 20 years, that I know of now, so that we are not smart enough to think for ourselves.D’Souza theorizes on ways to stop the Big Lies, but I became disheartened with how truthful The Big Lie really is. It kind of hurt to read all of what is happening in America today.

D’Souza also gave so many examples of past history, that I felt the explanations were too many, too oversimplified, and I felt that I already knew most of what he is saying.

The Big Lie is a good book to read to educate yourself to discover what is really going on in America today.Momzinga.com.


Sep 27


This is the history of how the National anthem became an American tradition at sports games:

1814: Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner, while watching the bombardment of Fort McHenry in Baltimore.
1889: Secretary of the Navy Benjamin F. Tracy called for the song to be played whenever the American flag was raised.
1916: President Woodrow Wilson signed an executive order declaring the “Star Spangled Banner” the American national anthem.
1918: The song was played spontaneously during the seventh-inning stretch of game one of the World Series between the Cubs and Red Sox, while the country had been in World War I for a year and half. After this, the song was often played on holidays or special occasions in many baseball parks.
1931: Congress passed an act officially confirming the “Star Spangled Banner” as the national anthem, and President Hebert Hoover signed it into law.
1941-42: Playing the national anthem before the start of regular season baseball games became the standard. And with the U.S. in World War II now, the National Football League also included the playing of the anthem before games.
1945: NFL commissioner Elmer Layden said, “The playing of the national anthem should be as much a part of every game as the kickoff. We must not drop it simply because the war is over. We should never forget what it stands for.”




Sep 27


I was literally talking on Momzinga.com about happier topics, like gardening, hot weather and working hard, but I can’t ignore the trend that is going on in America today, where people are politicizing nearly everything. So I feel the need to say something and I am trying not to stand on a soapbox and yell with a megaphone in my hands. But somebody has to STAND for what is right and I believe respect for our flag, for our military and for America is the right thing to do.Whatever President Trump says is wrong to the Alt-Left and whatever he does is wrong to them.

To kneel during the National Anthem was at one time a respectful thing to do, now it is to show unity at a time when NFL players are using football games(America’s favorite pastime), to protest.

USA Today

Ratings, stocks down

What’s not disputed is that NFL ratings were down about 10% for the first three weeks of the season, which started Sept. 7, with about 15.8 million viewers (watching live or on DVR same-day), compared to 17.6 million during the first three weeks of 2016, according to Nielsen data. That follows a trend last year of overall viewership during the 2016 regular season, when ratings fell 8%.

During this past week of games after Trump’s Friday night remarks, NFL viewership fell 4% from the prior week (not counting ESPN’s Monday Night Football broadcast), Nielsen data shows. The NFL on Tuesday said that counting Monday Night Football, ratings in this most recent week climbed 3% from a year ago, when a presidential election debate conflicted with a game.

As the beginning of the NFL season has played out, stocks of networks that broadcast games and deliver pay-TV programming have taken hits, too. The overall stock market is up 2% in that time.

President Trump’s comments that owners should fire or suspend players who protest, followed by tweets that called on fans to act, has sparked much broader protests. Many more NFL players kneeled as the national anthem was played at Sunday games.

One problem with making a direct, causal link between NFL ratings and protests: The firestorm of controversy in the past few days doesn’t explain the down drift of ratings during the season’s first two weeks, when any kneeling protest drew little attention, said Bruce Leichtman, president and principal analyst for Leichtman Research Group, a research firm that tracks media and entertainment.

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