Monthly Archives: July 2012

Me and Orson Welles

I watched the morning news.  Frank Mallicoat’s Play of the Day was a San Diego Padres fan catching a ball with one hand while holding a beer in the other.  He did spill some of the beer, however.  Erica Hill … Continue reading

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Coco Crisp’s Walk-Off Single

I watched CBS Sunday Morning.  I saw repeated segments on Soap Box Derby racing and Peter Frampton, but I enjoyed watching them again.  I went out to the coffee shop to have orange juice.  I didn’t have my headphones, so … Continue reading

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Jarrod Parker’s Dazzling Performance

The focus of the CBS This Morning show yesterday was Aurora, Colorado.  They didn’t have a chef or any goofy news items.  I went out to do my laundry, and the power went out two minutes into the wash cycle.  … Continue reading

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Brandon Moss’ Walk-Off Hit

I awoke yesterday morning to hear the news about the shooting rampage in Aurora, Colorado.  Michelle Griego was reporting from the site, and Grace Lee was in the studio.  Apparently, Michelle was in Denver to visit family members and got … Continue reading

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Yoenis Cespedes’ Two-Run Rocket

I watched the opening minutes of CBS This Morning yesterday.  I didn’t want to hear George Zimmerman talk about God’s plan.  I used the Internet for a while.  I had a couple of messages.  I noticed that one student dropped … Continue reading

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Brandon Hicks’ Walk-Off Home Run

I went out to Dollar Tree and bought some cough drops, batteries, and tissues.  I took the 1R bus and got to the Coliseum.  There were a lot of kids attending the afternoon game.  I heard a teacher yelling out … Continue reading

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Bartolo Colon’s Tightness

I went to work yesterday in the middle of a drizzly morning.  I checked the A’s statistics and thought about a geometry problem.  If I had a graph in the plane where there was a 60 degree angle between the … Continue reading

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