Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Wizard of Oz

I watched Rebecca Jarvis and Jeff Glor on the CBS Early Show yesterday morning, and I wondered if they would be working together a lot on the new show.  During a segment on an astrologer’s predictions about 2012, Rebecca was … Continue reading

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Taking the San Joaquin Route

I got up early and watched the local news.  The name of the young woman who had the accident with the 1955 Chevrolet pickup truck was Wendy Hamabata.  The tragedy was that her father was behind her and saw the … Continue reading

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Monsters vs. Aliens

I thought that Erica Hill looked tired yesterday on the CBS Early Show.  They gave the news reports on tsunami debris coming ashore on the West Coast, a trick-shot golfer who was fighting cancer, a crocodile that grabbed a lawn … Continue reading

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Up

On the radio, I kept hearing about the actresses who died in 2011, such as Jane Russell and Elizabeth Taylor.  The CBS Early Show had Rebecca Jarvis looking like Sandra Bullock and Chris Wragge joking about Rebecca’s credit rating.  Apparently, … Continue reading

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Fantastic Mr. Fox

The local news yesterday had stories about Christmas Day fires that destroyed buildings.  I saw that Rebecca Jarvis and Jeff Glor were hosting the CBS Early Show.  I didn’t hang around to watch the show.  It was off to the … Continue reading

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Mercury

I listened to the radio early in the morning, and I saw a news story on the worst Christmas movies of all time.  “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians” was at the top of the list, but “Jingle All the Way” … Continue reading

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The Amazing Adventures of The Escapist Volume 1

  I couldn’t sleep peacefully through Christmas Eve morning.  It was the cold temperature that seemed to wake me up.  I turned on the television and saw a young William Shatner.  The Me TV station showed Christmas programming almost all … Continue reading

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