Monthly Archives: September 2017

California Typewriter

I was tired after I finished my shift, and I submitted the attendance roster for one of my classes.  I went to see “The LEGO Ninjago Movie” again as I was waiting for the movie that I really wanted to … Continue reading

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The LEGO Batman Movie

After a long day of classes, I went to buy a burrito and then I went home to sit down and watch “The LEGO Batman Movie” on Blu-ray.  I started to wonder if it was time for me to upgrade … Continue reading

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The LEGO Ninjago Movie

I was glad that the A’s game didn’t go extra innings, because then I would have missed my movie at the Grand Lake Theatre.  I got off the BART train at the 19th Street station and waited for the 12 … Continue reading

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Mark Canha’s Walk-Off Home Run to End the Last Home Game of the 2017 Season

I prepared a homework assignment for one of my classes.  I tried to listen to the John Lennon “Imagine” album, but the batteries in my CD players ran down.  I took the buses over to the Fruitvale BART station, and … Continue reading

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Ryan Dull’s Mistake

I gave an exam and had my late lecture before leaving for the Coliseum.  It was Portuguese Heritage Night, and Daniel Mengden was the A’s starting pitcher against the Mariners for this last night home game of the season.  Mengden … Continue reading

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Daniel Gossett’s Four Home Runs Allowed

I finished work and waited for the bus to take me to the BART station, and I made it to the Coliseum and to my seat before the first pitch.  I didn’t see Bruce Maxwell kneeling during the national anthem.  … Continue reading

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Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards

I returned home the stadium and turned on the television to catch the first quarter of the Raiders and Redskins.  The Raiders were playing horribly, and they fell behind, 14-0.  I went over to the record store only to be … Continue reading

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