Monthly Archives: June 2010

From Russia With Love

I watched the cooking segment that ended yesterday’s CBS Early Show.  Chris Wragge wore an apron with his name on it.  Erica Hill entered the picture to have a taste of dessert.  Dave Price showed up, too, but didn’t say … Continue reading

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Starting Over

I watched the Early Show on CBS yesterday afternoon.  Erica Hall was interviewing Gary Faulkner, the man who intended to single-handedly capture Osama bin Laden.  He is supposedly the Rocky Mountain Rambo.  I think Erica was resisting the impulse to … Continue reading

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Kurt Suzuki’s Second Chance

I couldn’t sleep right away from returning from Saturday night’s game.  I listened to Chris Townsend’s postgame show until nearly midnight.  Even after a win, one of the last phone callers was angry at Billy Beane.  I fell asleep while … Continue reading

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Trevor Cahill’s Dominant Performance

I woke up not feeling too rested, and I decided to go out to Trader Joe’s early.  I bought some bread and oranges and salad.  I listened to Eric Andersen’s “Blue River,” which sounded like a pretty good album.  I … Continue reading

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What Just Happened

On the CBS Early show yesterday morning, they talked a lot about the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death.  Singers were going to be on the show to perform “Man in the Mirror” and “I’ll Be There,” but I couldn’t … Continue reading

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The Passenger

I heard on the news that a man had his leg severed when he got in the way of a ride at a local county fair.  I had to wonder why he was where he was.  Harry Smith of the … Continue reading

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The Passenger

I heard on the news that a man had his leg severed when he got in the way of a ride at a local county fair.  I had to wonder why he was where he was.  Harry Smith of the … Continue reading

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Observe and Report

Tracy Humphrey was out at the Alameda County Fair, showing us a horse on the morning news.  Admission prices on the first day was cheap, but I didn’t want to go all the way out there just to buy food … Continue reading

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Dallas Braden’s High Pitches

I watched Elizabeth Wenger giving the traffic reports on KPIX yesterday morning, as she wore a red dress.  She mentioned that there might be some slow traffic about the Coliseum because of an A’s game, but if they were continuing … Continue reading

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Cedrick Bowers’ Gopher Balls

I watched the early morning news on KPIX.  Gianna Franco was still doing the traffic reports.  I felt sluggish, but my jaw didn’t ache, and so I didn’t feel so bad about having to go back to work.  Everyone noted … Continue reading

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