Monthly Archives: May 2009

RocknRolla

I didn’t like going to work on a Saturday morning.  I was tired.  Because someone called me to say he wouldn’t be showing up, I ended up staying the entire day.  I went out to get a turkey burger during … Continue reading

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Hamlet 2

Yesterday morning I heard This Day in Sports History on the Murph and Mac show on KNBR, and they talked about May 29, 1989, when Mike Schmidt of the Philadelphia Phillies announced his retirement from baseball.  I watched the first … Continue reading

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Jurassic Park

I got up early to try to finish my grading.  On the Murph and Mac show, they said it was Jerry West’s birthday.  I took a shower, washed my face, and ate a little bit of leftover pasta before heading … Continue reading

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Trevor Cahill’s Sixth Inning Mistake

I checked my messages before I left for the game yesterday.  My friend John said that he wanted to see the Night at the Museum movie, too.  One guy out in the street gave me an A’s cap.  I didn’t … Continue reading

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Jason Giambi’s Clutch Single

I heard that Jose Canseco didn’t do too well in his fight.  It seems that his life has really deteriorated from those heady days of 1986 to 1990 or so.  When I saw Jack Cust’s home run bounce off the … Continue reading

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Dark Victory

I listened to ESPN Radio in the morning, and I heard a discussion of why Derek Jeter was not a superstar.  The test was whether the show’s host had ever heard of him.  They phoned her in Seattle, and she … Continue reading

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Barefoot in the Park

I was very sleepy while CBS Sunday Morning was on TV yesterday morning.  Bill Geist was in a feature on a newspaper deliverer who was ninety years old and went from house to house by plane.  I didn’t want to … Continue reading

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