Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sasame-yuki

Saw Rebecca Jarvis preparing some ribs during the CBS Early Show yesterday.  There was a singer named Ellie Goulding there, and she sang Elton John’s “Your Song.”  I spent a long time organizing my playlists on Spotify.  I also looked … Continue reading

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Michael Wuertz’s Disastrous Inning

When I awoke, it was already 7:30. On the radio, I heard the news that Hideki Irabu had committed suicide. I watched the CBS Early Show, and the only story I paid attention to was Jeff Glor’s report on the … Continue reading

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Blume in Love

I watched the news as Frank Mallicoat spitted out some of Carlos Beltran’s statistics.  Chris Wragge back on to joke with him that he was talking like another Peter Gammons.  Jennifer Ashton came on to talk about a study that … Continue reading

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Hideki Matsui’s Unloading Into Matsuiland

On the CBS Early Show yesterday, they had a segment on people’s addiction to their smart phones, and while discussing it, Erica Hill made familiar facial expressions.  Chris Wragge held onto her phone and started fiddling around with it as … Continue reading

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The Party

I watched the latest episode of Ebert Presents in the middle of the night.  I’m looking forward to next weekend when they talk about the worst movies of the year so far. I notice that, on Twitter, Christy has many … Continue reading

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The A-Team

I saw that Frank Mallicoat and Lawrence Karnow were back from their vacations and were back on the KPIX morning news yesterday.  However, Erica Hill was still absent from the CBS Early Show.  How much vacation does that woman need?  … Continue reading

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Father of the Bride

I stayed up to see the replay of the Ebert Presents show at 1 AM on KQED.  I did not want to see “Gorky Park” again, so I just went to sleep.  I watched the CBS Sunday Morning show.  My … Continue reading

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