Monthly Archives: November 2011

Source Code

I saw a couple of Victoria’s Secret models giving out a message to Lawrence Karnow during the local morning news yesterday.  Chris Wragge again took the morning off from the CBS Early Show.  I saw from Erica Hill’s tweet that … Continue reading

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In the Heat of the Night

It was a foggy morning, and I awoke with the thought of the apartment building next door getting demolished.  I wondered how the workers were going to do it.  Chris Wragge was absent from the Early Show yet again on … Continue reading

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Sebastian Janikowski’s Six Field Goals

According to the Brandon Brooks Rewind segment about November 28, in 1960 Elvis Presley’s “Are You Lonesome Tonight” was the Number One song in the country.  In 1964, the Shangri-Las had the Number One song with “Leader of the Pack.”  … Continue reading

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This Gun for Hire

On the Early Show yesterday morning, I saw Rebecca Jarvis and Russ Mitchell having a contest to see who could make the better sandwich out of Thanksgiving leftovers.  Russ won the day because he used the surefire ingredient of bacon.  … Continue reading

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The Sundowners

I watched three movies on television and caught up on my sleep.  It was a holiday for a lot of people, so I couldn’t get things done.  I should have at least gone out for a walk to burn off … Continue reading

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Monkey Business

Erica Hill was working on Thanksgiving morning.  The CBS Early Show gave us glimpses of the parade balloons, including Snoopy and Sonic the Hedgehog.  I liked the segment on Thanksgiving on TV and the movies, although Nancy O’Dell made a … Continue reading

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Gone with the Wind

I walked into the library with my computer and procrastinated with stupid tasks, like watching “2 Broke Girls” on the Internet.  It seemed that Max and Caroline switched roles briefly when Max played Mrs. Claus and Caroline was the cynical … Continue reading

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Sergeant York

There were Katy Perry fans on the BART train I rode Monday night.  One of them was scantily clad underneath a coat.  He talked about how much he would pay to see Lady Gaga, though I can’t recall what that … Continue reading

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Ride the High Country

I woke up with a lot of things to do.  There was big news about the supercommittee, some more news about Natalie Wood, and Chris Wragge was again absent from the CBS Early Show on a Monday.  Is this what … Continue reading

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Uncle Buck

I went to sleep after “The Misfits” ended and awoke to watch the last hour of the CBS Sunday Morning show.  There were features on Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe, olive oil, bialys, and Bill Geist’s report on toaster collectors.  … Continue reading

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