Monthly Archives: September 2012

Brandon Moss’ Walk-Off Home Run

I watched a bit of CBS This Morning yesterday.  Rebecca Jarvis spoke with David Edelstein about James Bond movies.  He liked Sean Connery, “Goldfinger,” and Barbara Bach.  The chef of the week was Rocco DiSpirito, who said that his attempt … Continue reading

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Coco Crisp’s Wonderful Return

I watched beginning of CBS This Morning before I left for the office.  I dealt with a credit card machine before discussing books that I’ve read and movies that I wanted to see.  I also asked about which headphones were … Continue reading

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Grease

I watched a bit of CBS This Morning yesterday.  Jeff Glor did a report on the NFL referees.  John McCain did an interview, but I’ve seen him way too many times to want to stick around and watch.  I walked … Continue reading

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Les demoiselles de Rochefort

I should have gone to sleep earlier than I did on Tuesday night.  I awoke to see Gianna Franco doing the traffic reports on KPIX.  I kept hearing the news that Andy Williams had died.  I don’t remember his television … Continue reading

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San Francisco

After a long night of grading papers, I woke up in the morning feeling terrible.  My parents sent me a photo of their dog.  I went to the office, where I did some preparation for my class.  One person at … Continue reading

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Harold and Maude

I awoke in the middle of the night and listened to the radio for a 60 Minutes segment about Mitt Romney.  I saw Brian Hackney on the morning news.  Their Play of the Day was a Detroit Lions touchdown.  I … Continue reading

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Sebastian Janikowski’s 43-Yard Field Goal

I awoke to watch CBS Sunday Morning.  They showed segments on Sigmund Freud, Nora Roberts, and No Doubt.  I got a call from my mom.  She talked about her dog, but not my brother’s cancer.  On the local news, Anne … Continue reading

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