Monthly Archives: May 2012

Pickpocket

I saw a segment about Paul Simon on CBS This Morning yesterday.  Chely Wright was there in the studio to talk about the country music world’s reaction to her coming out as gay.  I spent some time listening to John … Continue reading

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Dark Shadows

I saw that Charlie Rose was back from his day off.  They talked about Donald Trump and how his support of Romney might be a hindrance to him with all the wacky statements he makes.  I retreated to a small … Continue reading

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The Muppets

Frank Mallicoat and Michelle Griego were working on the KPIX news on the holiday yesterday morning, but Elizabeth Wenger wasn’t.  Erica Hill was also working on Memorial Day, wearing a bright yellow blouse that looked like it could glow in … Continue reading

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Tommy Milone’s Whale of a Game

Late Saturday night, I watched the Saturday Night Live from January 31, 1976.  The host was Dick Cavett, and the musical guest was Jimmy Cliff, who sang “The Harder They Come,” “Many Rivers to Cross,” and “Wahjahka Man.”  In the … Continue reading

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Bartolo Colon’s Downhill Run

I awoke yesterday and watched a bit of CBS This Morning.  Rebecca Jarvis and Jeff Glor spoke with David Edelstein about the movies that were released in the summer of 1982, which Edelstein considered the greatest movie summer ever.  Some … Continue reading

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Tyson Ross Rocked

I saw Erica Hill wearing red and Gayle King wearing green on yesterday’s CBS This Morning show.  I saw that one person enrolled in one of my fall semester classes.  I wondered who this girl was, who enrolled in my … Continue reading

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Monty Python and the Holy Grail

I heard about the Etan Patz case on the news yesterday morning.  I checked my class schedule for the fall semester.  It had been officially changed, and I wasn’t too pleased to see the new classes with enrollments at zero.  … Continue reading

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