Monthly Archives: May 2019

Four Lions

I saw Bernie Taupin on CBS This Morning. He said he loved “Rocketman.” During halftime of the Warriors game, I rushed over to the record store to browse. I bought a Little Richard CD. I returned in time to see … Continue reading

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Booksmart

I went out to see “Booksmart.” It seems to story the territory that was covered in earlier movies like “American Graffiti,” “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” and “The Breakfast Club.” We saw Beanie Feldstein, who played Molly, in “Lady Bird.” … Continue reading

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Lou Trivino’s Not Showing Up

I got up and took some time taking a shower and eating a bowl of cereal for breakfast before going out to catch the 6 bus. Because I had to wait for 20 minutes for the bus, I took it … Continue reading

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Yoakim Soria’s Uncalled Strike

After “Aladdin,” the girl at the concessions counter said goodbye, and I headed to the BART station.  I got to the Coliseum early, but the doors opened for the season ticket holders at 4:05, which was before I arrived.  I … Continue reading

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Aladdin

I decided to catch the 1:05 showing of “Aladdin.” Only three other people showed up. I don’t remember the original, as I saw it about twenty-five years ago. This one was amusing but felt stretched out too long. The running … Continue reading

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Surfwise

I wanted to enjoy the beginning of summer. I heard on the news about people dying in the attempt to climb Mount Everest. I finished watching “Surfwise,” a documentary about the unusual Paskowitz family. Doc, the head of the family, … Continue reading

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Blancanieves

I returned home from the baseball game and felt sad that the holiday weekend was ending. I didn’t want to go out and buy a slice of pizza. I had some macaroni and cheese and plums and fell asleep. I … Continue reading

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