Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Got up around 7:30 a.m., fixed the bedroom, poured tomato juice with ice, smoked a little cigar, changed the desktop background image, made a collage ‘Toy Box,’ and went t the bathroom. Washed up, dressed, and got ready to leave.
Went to: Laundry USA, 800 N. Carolina, did a double load of laundry and purchased quarters, total cost $10; and Jack in the Box, I-10 and McRae, for breakfast, had a chicken sandwich, French fries, and coffee, total cost $3.
Got home, put away the laundry, updated the Disk Tracker Data Base and Money Tracker, changed the color scheme on the computer, checked computer settings, updated the disk tracker, and started today’s journal.
Cleaned the Bath and Kitchen, and Swept the Floors. Ironed clothes. CD, Bruce Hornsby, ‘Halcyon Days.’
Ripped to the Windows Media Player and copied to the Expansion Drive, Audio Book, Ray Bradbury, ‘Fahrenheit 451.’ Dinner, Chicken Soup, Flour Tortilla, and Soda. Washed dishes and picked up the kitchen.
Ripped to the Windows Media Player and copied to the Expansion Drive, the following CD’s:
1. Bruce Springsteen, ‘Lucky Town.’
2. Bruce Springsteen, ‘ Human Touch.’
3. Robert Palmer, ‘Don’t Explain.’
4. John Tesh with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, ‘Live at Red Rocks.
5. Billy Joel, ‘ River of Dreams.’
6. Herb Alpert, ‘Magic Man.’
7. ‘A River Runs Through It,’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Music composed by Mark Isham.
8. ‘The Notebook,’ Selections from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
9. America, ‘America’s Greatest Hits History.’
10. Pierce Pettis, ‘Chase The Buffalo.’
11. Inxs, ‘Kick.’
12. Whitney Houston, ‘I’m Your Baby Tonight.’
13. The Bodyguard,’ Original Soundtrack Album.
14. Wilson Phillips, ‘Shadows and Light.’
15. Cheap Trick, ‘Lap of Luxury.’
16. Kenny G, ‘Silhouette.’
17. Richard Marx, ‘Paid Vacation.’
18. Michael Bolton, ‘Time, Love, and Tenderness.’
19. Wilson Phillips
Showered. Apple Pie a la mode for desert.
Because winning was everything. . . He Lost it all.
Golden Glove nominee Tom Sizemore stars as baseball’s talented and troubled hit king Pete Rose in the ESPS original movie ‘Hustle.’ Pete Rose earned the nickname ‘Charlie Hustle’ for his aggressive style on and off the field. Ironically, the same mind set that made him Major League Baseball’s all time hit leader ultimately led to his demise. Shortly after achieving baseball immortality. Rose headed down a dark road that would lead to lifetime banishment from the game he loved. Based on the facts set forth in the 1989 Dowd Report, Hustle chronicles the fascinating inside life of one baseball’s greatest players.
Directed by acclaimed film maker Peter Bogdanovich, this DVD is the hard hitting story of an American icon’s stunning fall from grace, complete with exclusive bonus footage and interviews from ESPN archives.