Monthly Archives: February 2013

Child’s Play

I find it very difficult to watch Night Gallery at 1:30 in the morning and then wake up later feeling ready for work.  I saw Gayle King gave the preview for CBS This Morning before I left for the office.  … Continue reading

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Fort Apache, the Bronx

I awoke in the middle of the night and tried listening to the radio.  I was restless.  I left home after I ate waffles.  I gave my morning class their exam.  Too many of the students weren’t ready for it.  … Continue reading

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Norah O’Donnell seemed happy to be at CBS This Morning.  She showed her face during the preview segment.  They talked about the budget dilemma, and reviewed the Oscars.  Seth MacFarlane got a ton of bad reviews.  I had forgotten that … Continue reading

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Oscar Night 2013

I fell asleep while trying to stay up for “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me” on the radio.  I awoke in the middle of the night listening to a discussion of the movie “The Fight Club.”  I watched CBS Sunday Morning … Continue reading

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Django Unchained

On CBS This Morning yesterday, A.O. Scott and Michael Phillips talked about the Oscars.  They stuck around until the end of the show, but they got stuck behind the couch.  The chef who came in to visit was Christy Vega … Continue reading

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George Harrison: Living in the Material World

I watched a bit of the news yesterday morning before spending a little bit of time at the office.  After I went to work, I discovered that at my mailbox, someone had left for me some A’s memorabilia, including magazines … Continue reading

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Annie

I watched a Night Gallery episode called “The Return of the Sorcerer” with Vincent Price.  It did not have the theme music that I liked.  In the morning, I heard the bad news that there were supposed to be guidelines … Continue reading

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