Monthly Archives: July 2019

Matt Olson’s Walk-Off Home Run

I went over to the theatre in Emeryville and bought a ticket for “The Muppet Movie,” but the movie did not start on time. Someone worked on the projector, and we briefly saw vertical lines on a white background and … Continue reading

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Amadeus

I didn’t want to go back to work, but I did.  I read in a book that a cockroach can live without its head for three days.  This gave me an idea for a horror movie.  A man accidentally turns … Continue reading

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Khris Davis’ Walk-Off Walk

My parents phoned me, and my father said that he was still able to use his new Apple computer.  I watched CBS Sunday Morning, which was showing its annual Money Issue.  The first segment was about leaving your job, which … Continue reading

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Ramon Laureano’s Solo Home Run

I had a discussion with one of my co-workers about Instagram.  I didn’t want to spend my time posting photos for the overly curious.  I hurried out to the Coliseum.  I took a seat in the stands in the shade … Continue reading

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Khris Davis’ Continuing Woes

I had a lot of time to get to the stadium from the movie theatre, and so I took the 57 bus, the 6 bus, the 1 bus, and the 73 bus to get there. I listened to a Neil … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

I left early to visit my ATM and then take the F bus into Emeryville, where I bought a ticket for the first showing of “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood,” the new Quentin Tarantino film. Over at Barnes and … Continue reading

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Brett Anderson’s Setback

I went over to the BART station and headed to the Coliseum. I caught the very end of the A’s batting practice, and then I browsed through the team store before going to the food trucks. I bought a beef … Continue reading

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