Monthly Archives: May 2008

John, Paul, Tom & Ringo

I spent six hours at work yesterday and then went over to Longs Drugs to buy a bottle of soda.  I walked past the movie theatre that was showing “Sex and the City.”  I noticed that absolutely none of the … Continue reading

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Persepolis

Yesterday I sat around the library all morning finishing up my grading.  I was determined not to stop until I got it all done, and just before noon, I got through the last test.  I went over to the computer … Continue reading

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Keith Foulke’s Loss

I got out of work at five o’clock yesterday, and I rushed over to the bus stop so that I could board the bus to take me to the nearest BART station.  I got to the Coliseum after the gates … Continue reading

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Nacho Libre

I gave my class their final exam yesterday morning.  A few people didn’t even show up.  What are they all doing with their college education?  I suppose I may be seeing a couple of these students in the fall.  I … Continue reading

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Yesterday, after I dragged myself from the computer, I went over to Target to buy a package of batteries that was on sale for $6.50.  I then walked over to the theatre to see “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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Jack Hannahan’s 2H 2R and 2RBI

Yesterday morning I got up early and had my waffles with almond butter and listened to the Ben Fong-Torres radio show on KFRC.  The first hour focused on Dr. Rock, a rock music historian, who made interesting comments on people … Continue reading

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Justin Duchscherer’s One-Hit Ball

It was raining lightly when I walked to work yesterday morning.  I wondered if a storm was brewing, which would affect the game at the Coliseum.  The four hours I put in went by painlessly enough. I checked my e-mail … Continue reading

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