Monthly Archives: August 2010

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I awoke in the middle of the night and listened to a 60 Minutes segment about Hurricane Katrina that was replayed on the radio.  Rebecca Jarvis was on the CBS Early Show.  They discussed a 13-year-old who was killed while … Continue reading

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Corn Flakes with John Lennon

One thing that a referee did during Saturday night’s football game was to use a new word when he said the 49ers “declineded” a penalty.  I was still drowsy yesterday morning, so I missed a lot of the CBS Sunday … Continue reading

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Bruce Gradkowski’s Two Touchdown Passes

I awoke at six o’clock yesterday morning.  It felt like I had closed my eyes for only a few minutes, but I had slept for six hours.  I noticed that Rebecca Jarvis was still doing the Early Show.  Later, I … Continue reading

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Chichi ariki

Elizabeth Wenger wore red for two days in a row, and Erica Hill was still wearing eyeglasses during the Early Show.  I noticed these things more than anything that was on the news.  I took the bus over to work … Continue reading

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Ponyo

I heard about the Rolling Stone special edition magazine that listed the 100 greatest Beatles songs.  Number One was not “Hey Jude” or “Yesterday.”  I checked the Rolling Stone website to see what the Top 10 were.  “Help!,” “I Am … Continue reading

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The Hurt Locker

I was so glad that the weather cooled down a bit yesterday.  I watched Elizabeth Wenger discuss the traffic problems, like a tree branch that fell down across a couple of lanes on the freeway, and an overturned vehicle.  I … Continue reading

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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

I watched the news about the miners in Chile who survived the tunnel collapse.  I couldn’t help wondering about how they used the toilet, if they even have one down there.  They survived on tuna, and they trapped down there, … Continue reading

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In the Loop

One of the big stories on the local news yesterday was the death of Dave McElhatton, who retired from KPIX in 2000.  I went out into a warm morning and waited for the bus to take me to work.  I … Continue reading

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Dallas Braden’s Undoing in the Sixth Inning

I watched the first hour of CBS Sunday Morning.  It was an edition focusing on design, and the segments were repeats, so I didn’t stick around until the end.  I liked the features on cuff links and harmonicas.  My mom … Continue reading

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Where the Wild Things Are

I awoke a little later than usual yesterday morning.  I saw Rebecca Jarvis interviewing somebody, and I wondered if Erica Hill showed up on Saturdays anymore.  On the CBS Early Show website, I watched the Under the Radar segment from … Continue reading

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