Monthly Archives: May 2010

Sleepless in Seattle

I did my laundry very early in the morning yesterday.  I watched the CBS Sunday Morning program.  Their music reviewer talked about the reissue of the Rolling Stones’ “Exile on Main Street.”  He said the greatest feature of the album … Continue reading

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Easy Rider

I walked out into a warm morning yesterday and went over to CVS.  I had to use my Bonus Bucks before they expired tomorrow.  I bought batteries so that I could go out to the A’s games and listen to … Continue reading

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Miller’s Crossing

I ate waffles in the morning and prepared to go to work.  Apparently, a skateboarder was run over by a car, and it was problems with the traffic coming into San Francisco.  It was rather disturbing how the news coverage … Continue reading

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From Dusk Till Dawn

I got up and watched the news about the heavy mud and the oil spill.  Also, there was a lot of discussion about who would replace Simon Cowell on “American Idol,” and job offers for Fergie.  In American, people like … Continue reading

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Follow That Bird

I got up and watched the news.  Over and over, I saw Fergie talking about how money could open doors.  I don’t believe that she was sorry about what she had done.  She was sorry that she got caught.  I … Continue reading

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For Your Eyes Only

I found myself wide awake in the middle of the night early Tuesday.  I listened to the discussions of the game between the Orlando Magic and Boston Celtics.  I don’t know if Orlando has some sort of brilliant strategy to … Continue reading

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One Hour with You

I played solitaire on my computer, and the only notable thing I did there was increase my winning percentage to 15%.  I listened to Jason Smith on ESPN Radio talk about how Kobe Bryant’s shots look flat when he’s tired, … Continue reading

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