Monthly Archives: September 2013

Matt Flynn’s Slow Inner Clock

I watched CBS Sunday Morning. I saw segments on Metallica and Ron Howard. Ron Howard sure looked like an old guy, talking about “Rush.” David Edelstein reviewed “Gravity.” I took the bus downtown and took the BART train the rest … Continue reading

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The World’s End

I turned on the television set yesterday morning. The chef who visited CBS This Morning was Fabio Trabocchi, and his recipes were Giuseppe’s Braciole, Ravioli San Leo, Artichokes Scafata, Lattarolo with Ricciarelli, and Il Palio. I saw that Elizabeth Wenger … Continue reading

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Easy Living

I went off to work and met a new employee. We later had discussions about Star Trek actors and the A’s in the playoffs. I returned home to have lunch. Over at the record store, I bought a CD of … Continue reading

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Jurassic Park

I got a lot of things done before my class. I put thoughts of the America’s Cup behind me. I put together a homework assignment and was thankful that the copy machine was working. I took a break for lunch … Continue reading

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Trapeze

I went over to the office for a while, frustrated that the copy machines weren’t in order. I decided that on this day off I’d like to see the final America’s Cup race. I took the bus to go across … Continue reading

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Twilight’s Last Gleaming

I saw the score of the A’s game against the Angels before I left for work. I heard one of the librarians talk about her interview for a position. I saw that my teaching assignment for the spring semester would … Continue reading

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Il Postino

I awoke not wanting to go back to work, of course. I listened in the middle of the night to a 60 Minutes segment on Maggie Smith. The program didn’t air at its normal time on television because of the … Continue reading

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