Monthly Archives: April 2009

Torn Curtain

When I awoke yesterday morning and heard the news on the radio, it was all about swine flu.  It sounded as if we were all going to die.  I heard the advice that we should wash our hands frequently, with … Continue reading

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E.T.

On Monday night, I couldn’t stand listening to the replay of the Giants game against the Dodgers, so I put on a CD of the “Manhattan” soundtrack.  “Someone to Watch Over Me” and “He Loves and She Loves” sounded particularly … Continue reading

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The Trouble with Harry

I watched the first half of “Doctor Dolittle” before I went off to work yesterday morning.  I think I enjoyed it when I was a kid, watching it on TV, because it was bright and colorful, and showed a lot … Continue reading

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Psycho, Frenzy

I did my laundry early yesterday while watching CBS Sunday Morning.  They visited a fire station where the firefighters were vegetarians.  One of them predicted that in the future, eating meat would become as much of a social stigma as … Continue reading

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Nomar Garciaparra’s 3 RBI Double

One stupid bus driver ruined all my plans for yesterday morning when she was not only late, but had the wrong bus number displayed.  She sped right past my bus stop before I realized what was going on, and so … Continue reading

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Trevor Cahill’s Stinker

After a few days of uncomfortable heat, it cooled down yesterday morning.  Murph and Mac were rehashing the Sharks’ loss to Anaheim, and it seemed that everyone was conceding the defeat of the series.  The Sharks are behind in the … Continue reading

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Pulp Fiction

I went out to my classroom early yesterday morning, and I used the computer to transfer a lot of files from floppy disks to USB flash drives.  I stuck around for a long time.  I saved practically every test I’ve … Continue reading

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