With Edward Snowden, PRISM, The Guardian and the entire world raining down shit upon the Obama administration, I thought I’d start to help him and the NSA and let them know what I’m up to. After all, our poor government needs the unconditional support of its citizens, right?
- 8:30 – Woke up. Brushed teeth. Daily bowel evacuation. Made coffee and poured a cup. Turned on and watched an episode of Season 3 of Melrose Place.
- 9:00 – While watching the episode, I checked email, mostly junk, and kept my Simpsons: Tapped Out game up to date.
- 9:15 – Read my newsfeed on Feedly. Contained several articles from Vice, Gawker, Deadspin, Brain Pickings.
- 9:30 – Put on clothes. Pour to-go mug with coffee. Packed up computer. Left house for Dodger Stadium.
- 10:15 – Arrived at Dodger Stadium. Set up laptop. Went downstairs to clubhouse to get the day started. Talked to Jerry Hairston about Stanley Cup Finals.
- 11:00 – Mattingly in the dugout. Sent out a couple of Dodger-related tweets.
- 11:30 – Back up to press box. Started writing my piece.
- 12:00 – Ate lunch
- 1:00 – Dodger game starts. Went on #LasordaWatch as Tommy napped during the game. Checked Feedly several times during the game. Read Guardian piece on Edward Snowden.
- 5:30 – Left Dodger Stadium after posting story. Stopped off at Ralphs to buy Lactaid milk for grandmother.
- 6:30 – Made dinner. Steak and rice.
- 7:30 – Watched an old Huell Howser episode about the Bullock’s Wilshire Tea Room. Spent the next few hours on Wikipedia looking up listed historical places in Southern California and Louisiana.
- 9:30 – Moonshine and Melrose Place.
- 12:30 – Sleep.
Hopefully that helps out Mr. and Mrs. and Ms. NSA folks.