Monthly Archives: October 2012

Invasion of the Body Snatchers

I fell asleep during Letterman.  I went over to the office and made copies of a homework assignment.  One person called in sick, although I wondered if it had anything to do with Halloween.  I wished I had the time … Continue reading

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The Spirit of St. Louis

I woke up feeling that I really didn’t want to go to work, but I had to.  I spent a little bit of time in the office making photocopies, but otherwise I stuck with trying to get the next lecture … Continue reading

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Dracula

I watched CBS Sunday Morning yesterday.  They had features on superstitions, Christopher Walken, Ouija boards, Norah Jones, Bill Clinton, and Mad magazine.  I went out to the Laundromat to wash my blankets and socks.  I read a couple of chapters … Continue reading

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The Thin Red Line

I awoke yesterday and watched a bit of the CBS This Morning.  They talked with someone who photographed Marilyn Monroe in 1961.  He said that Marilyn really created the photographs.  He didn’t know when to stop talking.  Many of the … Continue reading

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The Master

I awoke late and not feeling like going to work.  I went out to the coffee shop.  I forgot to take along my Kinks CD.  I did go to work and found someone’s Clipper card on the sidewalk.  I didn’t … Continue reading

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Psycho

I hated the recent baseball news, so I again avoided the morning news on KPIX.  I wondered if Norah O’Donnell was talking about anything interesting.  I worked on lecture notes and ended up making distressing mistakes.  I put together a … Continue reading

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Sleuth

I felt that it was getting difficult to wake up early in the morning these past two weeks.  I didn’t watch the news.  I was serious about getting my grades filed, and so I spent hours grading papers.  Along the … Continue reading

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