That Was Unexpected


I didn’t expect to be too busy today. All I had to do was go to Dodger Stadium at 1 p.m. for a presser on the Kings-Ducks outdoor game in January and write that up.

But I woke up this morning to the Dodger fan stabbed to death in SF. I wrote that up quickly. Then more surprises when I was asked to help fill in due to sicknesses. So I wrote about jersey sales, bike share programs and homophobia in pasta.

I left for the presser and came back just in time to tutor my cousin who needed help in chemistry and US History.

Got home. Cooked chicken. Since I can’t fill in tomorrow, I wrote some pieces to help fill things in tomorrow. Oh, and I wrote the hockey at Dodger Stadium bit. I’m happy that commissioner Gary Bettman didn’t laugh at my question.

So that was a good 12 hours of running around which was cool. Beats sticking my thumb up my ass I suppose.

Tomorrow is gay day at the Ravine, and I haven’t a thing to wear!