Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years

I gave a decent lecture, although I felt tired and had thoughts about moving to another city.  I still had the Blu-ray edition of “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years.”  I had opened the package but … Continue reading

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The China Syndrome

I was tired and didn’t feel much like going to the movie theatre.  I took out the Blu-ray disc of “The China Syndrome” and watched it.  It seemed funny to me that singing telegrams should be shown as a segment … Continue reading

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Slumdog Millionaire

The news came out that the Raiders’ proposed move to Las Vegas had been approved by the NFL owners.  This was quite a change from 1982, when the commissioner and the other owners did not want teams to move.  I … Continue reading

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T2 Trainspotting

I woke up a bit later than usual and missed forty-five minutes of the CBS Sunday Morning show.  I missed the segment on Wonder Woman but did catch the segments on phone booths and Danny DeVito.  My parents phoned me … Continue reading

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Personal Shopper

I awoke early and watched CBS This Morning.  One segment was about the success of Domino’s Pizza.  I also watched the chef segment.  Some of Andy Husbands’ signature recipes include Butcher Paper Brisket, Classic Macaroni and Cheese, Cornbread with Butter, … Continue reading

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Song to Song

Work made me unhappy.  I returned home in the rain and ate a salad and then headed out to the theatre to see “Song to Song,” the new Terrence Malick film.  It seemed highly similar to “Knight of Cups.”  Natalie … Continue reading

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Roma

I graded some exams and gave my short lecture, which gave me time to head to the record store.  I bought the Criterion Collection Blu-ray edition of “The Red Shoes,” and I bought a Beatles CD.  I found that most … Continue reading

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