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Double augers 2020 foresight

Firstly: Alabama receiver catches perfect pass for long touchdown in bowl game versus Jim Harbaugh of The Harbaugina monologue on first play of game. Segundo: Craig Wedge Matsumoto on Miles Okazaki solo guitar version of Monk Bemsha “shwing!!!” Great post, … Continue reading

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Smooth sailing for A, C, ND, M for College Championships in Santa Clara and correspondingly appropriate Leon Bridges joint

I like your way (Alabama) I like your way (Clemson) I like your way (Notre Dame) I like your way (Michigan — although still not sure, after 37 years, about Harbaugh) The Posers that Be, um, Powers announce a group … Continue reading

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Colin Bonini for Governor (of Delaware, a small state back east)

I tried to place this comment on a news site, but could not: I am not on Facebook, I am a refuse-nik, so was not actually able to post this: I think Colin Bonini has a core value system about … Continue reading

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Paye to play

If history recalls John Paye as a political leader who prepped as an NFL quarterback like Jack Kemp, you will have read it here first, in Plastic Alto, the blog with 500,000 words but no readers. Towards the end of … Continue reading

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Jim Harbaugh and Steve Jenkins, circa 1981, fighting over the last maple bar

I just realized that two of the most difficult and fascinating people I have met, Steve Jenkins the rock band leader and Jim Harbaugh the football coach and quarterback, may actually know each other, from Paly High in either 1980, … Continue reading

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Harbaugh mutiny deja vu or total recall?

I was chatting with the early morning dudes at Peet’s and Harbaugh came up again. One of the dudes is the father of a blue chip player, Paly class of 1981, who played with Jim and together they went deep … Continue reading

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He am the walrus

Tig Notaro and fact that she appeared at Stanford a few weeks ago but I saw the flyer too late and am losing a step. I had pretty much abandoned the Harbaugh tribute excepting fact that Ann Killion had a … Continue reading

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Talking Harbaugina

The Guy: If you are here tonight for “The Harbaugina Monologue” you may be disappointed. “The Harbaugina Monologue” is taking a break, on injured reserve, if you will. Instead we have a new feature called “Talking Harbaugina.” Instead of actually … Continue reading

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Fighting words in their own dugout (Harbaugh monologue research)

At the Gunn High of Palo Alto, Calif. Class of 1982 30th reunion, John Chovanec, the former all-league football and baseball star, gave me further comedic or psychic grist for the mill for the performance piece cum social sculpture I … Continue reading

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Harbaugh #4

Friday at Philz Coffee in Palo Alto, a stone’s throw from the Stanford football stadium where Jim Harbaugh led the Cardinal gridders to an all-time-best 11-win season, Mark Weiss, a concert promoter, arts activist and blogger, performed for the fourth … Continue reading

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