Monthly Archives: September 2011

Lawrence of Arabia

It seemed that Frank Mallicoat was upset that the Boston Red Sox collapsed on Wednesday night.  I was surprised that the tying home run for Tampa Bay came from ex-A’s player Dan Johnson.  During the CBS Early Show, they showed … Continue reading

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A Touch of Class

It occurred to me that some of those last moments of “An Unmarried Woman” looked like “Last Tango in Paris.”  I didn’t notice if Elizabeth Wenger was wearing a purple dress.  I heard a lot about Michael Jackson, Amanda Knox, … Continue reading

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An Unmarried Woman

I saw that on the CBS Early Show they were going to talk about the Berkeley College Republicans and their controversial bake sale.  I made it a point to go over there to see what was happening.  As it got … Continue reading

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A Private Function

I saw the KPIX morning news, and Elizabeth Wenger talked about how it rained on her birthday.  I heard that Arch West, the inventor of Doritos, had died at 97.  I always think of Prince when I think of Doritos.  … Continue reading

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Darren McFadden’s 171 Rushing Yards

I watched the segments on fall movies and fall pop music releases on the CBS Sunday Morning show.  At the end, Bill Geist showed us his daughter’s wedding.  Bill did seem a bit like Spencer Tracy in “Father of the … Continue reading

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Fiddler on the Roof

I awoke yesterday morning and saw a discussion of John Wayne memorabilia on the CBS Early Show.  There was an eye patch from “True Grit,” a passport, and an American Express card.  It was too bad that Rebecca Jarvis was … Continue reading

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Moneyball

On the first day of fall, I saw on the news the report about the falling satellite.  It looked like Chris Wragge was about to put on a New Orleans Saints helmet to protect his head from the debris.  Rebecca … Continue reading

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Jemile Weeks’ First Major League Home Run

Early yesterday morning I heard the report on this date in entertainment history.  In 1957, the “Maverick” television series debuted.  In 1964, “Fiddler on the Roof” opened, and “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” premiered on television.  In 1982, “Family Ties” premiered.  … Continue reading

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Grant Balfour’s Blown Save and Loss

On yesterday’s CBS Early Show, I saw Taryn Winter Brill doing a report on how people get shorter as they grow older.  Afterwards, Erica Hill said that Taryn seemed to be measuring people’s heights incorrectly.  I listened to some albums … Continue reading

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Mary Poppins

I awoke late and saw that Rebecca Jarvis and Jeff Glor were on the CBS Early Show in place of Erica Hill and Chris Wragge.  Jennifer Ashton did two segments.  I did my laundry.  I needed clean socks.  I listened … Continue reading

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