Monthly Archives: July 2015

Chris Bassitt’s First Four Batters

The movie ended before 1:30, so I hardly plenty of time to return home and get something to eat before heading to the Coliseum. I see that my copy of the Partridge Family Game. It gave me ideas of creating … Continue reading

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Vacation

I worked on my writing and went out to buy some groceries. I put away my stuff after I got home, and I was just about to leave when the UPS deliverer came by with my eyeglasses. It was an … Continue reading

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Un homme est mort

I was interested in Windows 10, but it may be a while before I download it. The day was not as hot as expected. I got the chance to watch a movie called “The Outside Man,” set in Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Pixels

It was supposed to be a hot day, and it was a hot day. I tried to get my computer working the way it should. I used the 1R and the 72R buses to get to Jack London Square. I … Continue reading

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The Third Man

I had to go back to work. I was unhappy that the A’s had lost all three games to the Giants over the weekend. I had five hours of work to get through. At Safeway, I bought some fruit and … Continue reading

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Trainwreck

I watched Roberta Gonzales interview the author of “The Florentine Deception,” and then I sat down for CBS Sunday Morning. My mother phoned me earlier than I expected and talked about shredding documents. I went grocery shopping, and then I … Continue reading

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The Omen

I woke up and saw the chef segment of CBS This Morning. Some of Jonathan Waxman’s signature dishes were NY steak with corn and tomatoes with romesco salsa, JW potatoes, cauliflower gratin, wilted rainbow chard, Heather’s pistachio layer cake with … Continue reading

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Irrational Man

I was really sad to hear about the movie theatre shooting in Louisiana. I went out to buy some groceries, and then I stood around a bus stop waiting for the F bus to arrive. I thought I allowed plenty … Continue reading

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Scott Kazmir’s Departure and Dan Otero’s Loss

I couldn’t fix the problem with the antivirus software, so I had to leave it behind for at least one day. I looked for items on Amazon and bought the Partridge Family Game and an Ape Escape video game. I’ve … Continue reading

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Ike Davis’ Reviewed Tenth Inning Walk-Off Single

I read about the deaths of E.L. Doctorow and Theodore Bikel as I listened to the radio. I watched part of the early morning news before I went to the office. I used a lot of time trying to get … Continue reading

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