Category Archives: Movies

The Florida Project

I went over to the office to get some work done.  The worker who fixed the copy machine had a long and loud conversation with the music history teacher, and it got to be unbearable.  None of my students showed … Continue reading

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Take Every Wave: The Life of Laird Hamilton

I made my reservation for Thanksgiving dinner.  I didn’t see myself making my own food.  I was missing both the Raiders and the Dodgers on television as I gave my last lecture of the week.  I bought a burrito and … Continue reading

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SpaceCamp

I dealt with my laundry and was glad to have clean socks and underwear at the end of it.  I spent some time in the office trying to get something done, and it was slow going.  I walked into the … Continue reading

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Fathom

I sat in the office and graded some exams.  It consumed a lot of my time.  I gave a forgettable lecture before going out to lunch, having a hamburger.  I gave a lecture to my late class and stopped to … Continue reading

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Some Like It Hot

I tried to get a lot of work done for my classes.  I had a long day of work, and I came home to have some ravioli.  I watched the Blu-ray disc of “Some Like It Hot.”  It was actually … Continue reading

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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

I woke up and watched CBS This Morning and their chef segment.  Some of Diane Kochilas’ signature recipes include Classic Greek lamb chops, Braised octopus with olives, “Little Shoes”: Eggplant halves baked with three cheeses and tomato, and Shrimp Saganaki.  … Continue reading

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Les quatre cents coups

I overheard some English teachers talking about their students, saying that many of them were lacking motivation and a good work ethic.  I gave an exam to my late class and went out to buy a California burrito before going … Continue reading

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