Monthly Archives: April 2009

Rear Window, Vertigo, Marnie

I woke up pretty early yesterday morning and watched “Rear Window.”  I took note of Grace Kelly’s entrance into the movie.  Her shadow darkens James Stewart’s face, as if she’s bringing trouble with her.  Stewart is L.B. Jeffries, or Jeff, … Continue reading

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Rope

I awoke yesterday morning to Murph and Mac on KNBR talking about Paul McCartney’ Coachella set list.  It was an impressive list of songs, but was it really worth it to suffer through that horrendous heat to hear “The Long … Continue reading

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Saboteur

It was uncomfortably hot outside yesterday.  I took a shower after I got out of bed.  Murph and Mac discussed the San Jose Sharks losing their second game in the playoffs against Anaheim, along with the Giants’ inability to score … Continue reading

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Die Höhle des gelben Hundes

The afternoon yesterday was warmer than I expected, and I felt dead tired.  I watched the end of the Lakers-Jazz game.  I didn’t hear what was going on with Cleveland.  One of the players interviewed after the game used the … Continue reading

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Pocahontas

I went to work, and I was grateful that it was a quiet afternoon.  I didn’t get much done, though, and I just wanted to get back home and take a nap.  I saw a very long line outside the … Continue reading

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Garbage Warrior

Yesterday, Murph and Mac talked about Barry Zito’s 10.00 ERA, and the San Jose Sharks’ bad loss to Anaheim.  On my way to work, I listened to the first disc of the Nuggets box set.  The songs that I recognized … Continue reading

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The Shining

I saw Drew Barrymore on the Letterman show on Wednesday night.  Her behavior wasn’t too wild, and her performance in the Grey Gardens film seemed quite good, judging from the clip they showed.  Jessica Lange was the mother, but we … Continue reading

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