Category Archives: Sports

California 37, Oregon State 23

I watched CBS This Morning and saw a report on the Women of NASA LEGO set.  The chef segment featured Floyd Cardoz, and his signature recipes included Shrimp curry with cauliflower, Bacon and chorizo biryani, and Pan-roasted broccoli with lime, … 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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Los Angeles Chargers 17, Oakland Raiders 16

I watched CBS Sunday Morning, which had a segment on Lincoln’s beard.  I got a phone call from my parents, and my mother didn’t understand what I was trying to say about the wildfires that were making the air smoky.  … Continue reading

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Golden State Warriors 117, Sacramento Kings 106

Instead of watching the news, I watched the Partridge Family episode “See Here, Private Partridge.”  Shirley Jones’ strong suit in acting is not expressing anger.  I’d like to take a close look at what was supposed to be the Partridge … Continue reading

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Baltimore Ravens 30, Oakland Raiders 17

My parents phoned me later than usual because of the lateness of the sunrise.  I went out to the plaza to use my computer, and then I headed out to take the bus to the Fruitvale BART station.  I listened … 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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