Monthly Archives: December 2015

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

I went out to do my laundry, and sat there reading two chapters of my Tolstoy novel. I went to work, and people were either on vacation or out sick, and so it was a more difficult shift than usual. … Continue reading

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The Hateful Eight

I was glad that I was able to get the record player I bought from Barnes and Noble to work the way it was supposed to. I put my blankets into the washing machine. I was then ready to go … Continue reading

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Bound for Glory

I woke up and felt that I really didn’t want to go to work. I ordered a copy of the Blu-ray edition of “Downhill Racer,” and then I left. We still had a lot of chocolate in the workroom. I … Continue reading

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Returning Home

I watched “Air Force One” and thought it was entertaining in a foolish way. I watched the first hour of “The Untouchables.” I then watched “The Three Musketeers.” It had a good cast with Michael York, Raquel Welch, and Oliver … Continue reading

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Boxing Day 2015

I watched the Disney animated Tarzan film from 1999.  I found the Phil Collins songs forgettable.  The jungle looked beautiful, but  characters were not great.  Rosie O’Donnell was rather irritating.  I couldn’t separate Minnie Driver from the James Bond movie … Continue reading

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Christmas Day 2015

I was alarmed at my mother’s health.  She complained of pain in her foot, and at her age, it seemed serious.  It was like a scene from “Cries and Whispers.”  I heard mice in my room and felt like killing … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve 2015

The news anchors yesterday kept telling us that the Raiders game with the Chargers could be the last ever in Oakland.  The rain was supposed to come down hard, but I managed to get out to the train station without … Continue reading

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