Monthly Archives: June 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction

I woke up and watched CBS Sunday Morning. One segment was about the disappearance of the American shopping mall. I liked seeing the artist who worked with dollar bills. Serena Altschul had a repeated segment about inventors trying to realize … Continue reading

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Beowulf

I watched CBS This Morning and caught the chef segment. Shaun Hergatt’s recipes were Beef Tenderloin, Tomato Salad, Lobster Tail, Halibut Roulade, and Lamingtons. On the Today show, one of the film critics recommended “Life Itself,” a documentary about Roger … Continue reading

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Purple Rain

I work a bit of work with me to the library and went grocery shopping. I fell asleep during the Avengers episode “Second Sight” and took the bus to El Cerrito. I went over to Big 5 to buy two … Continue reading

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Mommie Dearest

In the middle of the night, I watched “Mommie Dearest.” I think it lived up to its reputation as a camp classic. I did laugh at a couple of scenes. I don’t recall what the first funny scene was. Was … Continue reading

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Kakushi-toride no san-akunin

I watched CBS This Morning and heard Charlie Rose say that Norah O’Donnell’s sister was “hot.” I took some time out to buy some groceries before returning home to watch Akira Kurosawa’s “The Hidden Fortress.” George Lucas has said that … Continue reading

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22 Jump Street

I saw Norah O’Donnell wearing eyeglasses on CBS This Morning yesterday. I saw one of my former students on the bus on my way to work. The day was an attempt to not fall further behind in work. I craved … Continue reading

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Tristana

I heard a lot of news about people watching the U.S. soccer team playing Portugal. I put in six hours of work. I dropped my paycheck stub out on the street twice as I walked towards the bus stop on … Continue reading

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