Monthly Archives: July 2016

Magic in the Moonlight

I watched CBS This Morning.  Their movie reviewer liked “The Witch.”  I watched the chef segment with Kelly Fields, and her signature dishes included Hanger steak and panzanella, Apricot-pecan panzanella, Mint and basil pesto, Stone fruit salad, BBQ shrimp toast, … Continue reading

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Phantom Boy

I ran into the librarian who saw the arrival of Stomper at the West Branch of Berkeley Public Library.  She said that Stomper was a substitute teacher, and after one hour, his face was covered in sweat.  I ate a … Continue reading

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Stagecoach

Summer school was ending.  I went out to buy some groceries, and then returned to take a nap as I watched television.  I saw Sally Struthers and Anthony Quinn on The Dick Cavett Show.  I walked over to Dollar Tree … Continue reading

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Easy Rider

I sat down to watch Norman Lear on The Dick Cavett Show.  I went off to work and became rather hungry at the end of the shift.  I stopped to get a burger, and saw everyone in the place watching … Continue reading

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Ghostbusters

I took the buses out to Jack London Square to see a movie.  For a while, it looked like I would be the only one to see the 1:10 showing of “Ghostbusters,” but with five minutes to go, two girls … Continue reading

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Café Society

I was glad to be done with work, and I bought a beef burrito for a late lunch and took a nap.  I heard the news about the Cubs’ big trade.  I also heard about the death of Marni Nixon.  … Continue reading

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Billy Butler’s Eighth-Inning Home Run

I watched television and went out to Trader Joe’s.  I went out to wait for the 6 bus, which I think must be one of the worst AC Transit bus routes.  I listened to the end of Wait, Wait, Don’t … Continue reading

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Ryon Healy’s No-Doubt Walk-Off Home Run

I took the 57 bus from the Grand Lake Theatre to get to the MacArthur BART station.  I got to the Coliseum quickly and took my seat.  The microphone went out on the singer performing the national anthem, leading me … Continue reading

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Star Trek Beyond

I watched CBS This Morning for the chef segment.  Tanya Holland’s signature dishes include B-side mustard BBQ pulled pork, Baked sweet potato wedges, Macaroni and cheese, BSK confetti cornbread, Peach and nectarine cobbler, Spicy green coleslaw, and The B-side.  I … Continue reading

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Coco Crisp’s 13th Inning Walk-Off Single

I went to work.  My first task was to fix a stapler.  I talked about Michel Gondry’s “Microbe and Gasoline,” and how it already left the theatres.  It was showing in San Diego, apparently.  Someone talked to me about Donald … Continue reading

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