Monthly Archives: July 2017

Yonder Alonso’s Walk-Off Home Run

I woke up early and watched CBS Sunday Morning.  I was interested in the segment on Dick Cavett.  At age 80, he was getting old and tired of maintaining that big house of his, which he wanted to sell for … Continue reading

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Rajai Davis’ Walk-Off Home Run for Bob Melvin’s 1000th Win

I watched the chef segment of CBS This Morning.  Some of Bruner-Yang’s signature recipes include Taiwanese Fried Chicken, One pot ramen, Prahok K’tiss, and Chocolate chip cookies with red miso buttercream.  I looked up the American Top 40 playlist for … Continue reading

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Daniel Gossett’s Tough Go

After I left the movie theatre, I took the bus down the street and went over to Best Buy.  They had Blu-ray copies of “The LEGO Batman Movie” for sale at $9.99, so I bought one.  The advertisements for Taco … Continue reading

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Atomic Blonde

I sat down and used the Internet to order Criterion Collection Blu-ray discs from Barnes and Noble while they were still on sale.  I took the buses out to Emeryville so that I could catch the early showing of “Atomic … Continue reading

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Marie Curie: The Courage of Knowledge

I heard about the death of June Foray, who was 99 years old.  I thought the news was sad because Rocky and Bullwinkle played a big part of my childhood.  I went over to Barnes and Noble to buy two … Continue reading

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Ladri di biciclette

I stood at the copy machine and started scanning some of my old printouts of Los Angeles Times articles from 2000 to 2002.  Some of the news from those days was about the death of George Harrison, the death of … Continue reading

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Dawson City: Frozen Time

I went out to see “Despicable Me 3” again.  I don’t think I found it any funnier the second time.  I went back to work on scanning a lot of documents before I took the F bus across the Bay … Continue reading

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