Monthly Archives: June 2017

Baby Driver

I listened to music through my computer and saw that “Baby Driver” was going to be playing nearby, so I put the computer into my backpack and headed for the theatre.  The director was Edgar Wright, responsible for “Shaun of … Continue reading

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Bus Stop

I didn’t want to go to work because my shoulder was sore.  I did, though, and I stopped for a burger on the way home.  I skipped the bookstore.  Back at home, I watched the Blu-day disc of “Bus Stop” … Continue reading

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The Bells of St. Mary’s

I looked at my closet and used a tape measure to figure out the dimensions of wood boards I would have to put in there to create some more space for my stuff.  I went out to the library for … Continue reading

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Pete’s Dragon

I had to drag myself over to work.  I hated going over there on a Monday.  I returned home and watched “Pete’s Dragon,” not the 1970s movie that I barely remember, but the movie I kept seeing advertised last year.  … Continue reading

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Transformers: The Last Knight

The first Sunday of the summer had me feeling tired.  I woke up and watched CBS Sunday Morning, which had segments on the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, Dick Gregory, John McEnroe, and Cyndi Lauper.  After I went grocery shopping, … Continue reading

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Manifesto

. I awoke and watched CBS This Morning, with its chef segment.  Some of John Tesar’s signature recipes include Ribeye – back to the pan, Avocado fries, Heirloom tomato salad, Johnny mac and cheese, and Sriracha pork belly in the … Continue reading

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Monterey Pop

I spent a couple hours at the laundromat, and then I went to the library.  After I had lunch, I went out to the theatre to see “Monterey Pop.”  They opened the theatre late, and I was the only one … Continue reading

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