Monthly Archives: January 2014

Fight Club

I watched Norah O’Donnell on television as I ate my breakfast cereal. I went over to the office to finish writing a quiz that I would give to my class. I was done listening to Pete Seeger songs. I was … Continue reading

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Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

I watched the KPIX early morning news and saw that Elizabeth Wenger was still absent. It had rained overnight for the first time in weeks. I saw a California cheerleader enter the community college building. I wondered if she was … Continue reading

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The Poseidon Adventure

I didn’t hear the sound of a garbage truck outside, and so I wondered if the trash was going to pile up. I had some time to get ready for class. I didn’t have any discussions about A’s tickets during … Continue reading

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The Magic Christian

I saw on the morning news that Liza Batallones was still doing the traffic reports in place of Elizabeth Wenger. Norah O’Donnell had returned from her vacation from CBS This Morning, and Charlie Rose asked her if she felt older. … Continue reading

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Golden State Warriors 103, Portland Trail Blazers 88

I awoke early to watch the CBS Sunday Morning show. Mo Rocca discussed Rube Goldberg. Michelle Miller did a profile of Danny Kaye. Serena Altschul interviewed Steve Coogan. Over on the Today show, Erica Hill was wearing eyeglasses. When I … Continue reading

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Portnoy’s Complaint

The CBS This Morning show yesterday had chef Jason Hicks and his Chicken Pot Pie, English Mushy Peas with Mint, Bubble and Squeak, Roast Brussels Sprouts with Chestnuts and Bacon, Pear and Apple Crumble with Custard, and Bramble. The National … Continue reading

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Bulworth

I got over to the office. A’s single game tickets were going on sale to the general public, but I didn’t want to go out to the box office. I watched an early Hawaii Five-O episode. Danny shot a teenager, … Continue reading

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