Monthly Archives: October 2017

On purge bébé

I did a bit of work for my classes, and then I watched the S.W.A.T. episode “Deadly Tide,” which featured Susan Dey, Lesley Ann Warren, Phil Silvers, Sal Mineo, and Loni Anderson.  It seemed that they spent a good part … Continue reading

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Suburbicon

I awoke and watched CBS Sunday Morning, with their segments on Miley Cyrus, John Carpenter, and Michael J. Fox.  I got a phone call from my parents.  They talked about the Dodgers winning Game 4 of the World Series.  It … Continue reading

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L’Opéra

I awoke and watched the chef segment of CBS This Morning.  Two of Peter Serpico’s signature recipes include Crab boil and Short ribs.  I looked up the American Top 40 playlist for the weekend.  The Top 10 songs on October … Continue reading

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Golden State Warriors 120, Washington Wizards 117

I went to work with a sore hip.  I returned to watch a bit of Match Game, and then I looked through the record store and bought a Beatles CD called “From Mathew Street to Abbey Road.”  I took BART … Continue reading

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Chavela

I went through a day of what was called Professional Development instead of teaching classes.  One of the useful discussions was about free online textbooks.  I went from there to the theatre to see “Chavela,” a documentary on the life … Continue reading

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La chienne

I learned of the death of Fats Domino.  I will remember “Blue Monday.”  I went to a department meeting, and tried to get some work done during the rest of the day.  I stopped for a burger before returning home.  … Continue reading

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Playback

I watched Match Game 75, and Jack Albertson gave an answer of The Partridge Family, which won $5000 for a contestant.  I had a long day of teaching.  I stayed in the office to avoid the heat.  I heard the … Continue reading

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