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Theatrical Muse: Week 26: Question 26

Name: Conrad Ecklie

Fandom:
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

Word Count: 671


The world will end tomorrow. What do you do today?


Again and again, really, I’d expect better of a person, even one with an IQ as low as you have.

0600 Hrs: Wake up, switch alarm clock off and go to toilet.
0610 Hrs: Prepare bowl of bran cereal and milk for breakfast, pour glass of orange juice.
0613 Hrs: Eat breakfast.
0619 Hrs: Finish breakfast, wash up and clean away plate, cup and any other utensils.
0622 Hrs: Brush teeth.
0628 Hrs: Dress into work clothes, collect possessions needed for day.
0633 Hrs: Prepare lunch, exit house with possessions and lunch, lock house.
0640 Hrs: Unlock car, put possessions and lunch in, get in car, drive out of driveway and towards work.
0655 Hrs: Possible delay due to Traffic: Arrive at work, collect possessions, get out of car.
0700 Hrs: Lock car, walk inside, sign “clock” in to work.
0705 Hrs: Go to office, set out possessions for day ahead.
0710 Hrs: Make sure all staff are present, call meeting in meeting room, collect necessary papers and walk to break room.
0715 Hrs: Assign cases to staff, take case for self and go out on location, either alone or together with one or more people depending on severity of case.
1300 Hrs: If no cases that needed assistance, stayed in office and generally around the lab for most of the time working. If out on location, relative time to arrive back for lunch and second half of shift.
1330 Hrs: Finish lunch break, call meeting in meeting room, collect necessary papers and walk to break room.
1335 Hrs: Assign cases to staff, take case for self and go out on location, either alone or together with one or more people depending on severity of case.
1700 Hrs: If no cases that needed assistance, stayed in office and generally around the lab for most of the time working. If out on location, relative time to arrive back for end of shift.
1715 Hrs: Finish up paperwork for the day.
1750 Hrs: Hand over necessary papers to Nightshift staff
1755 Hrs: Collect both personal and work related items.
1800 Hrs: Sign “clock” out of work and walk to car.
1802 Hrs: Unlock car, get in and drive out of car park before driving towards home.
1820 Hrs: Possible delay due to Traffic: Arrive at house, collect possessions and get out of car.
1825 Hrs: Lock car, collect mail, walk inside and deposit items in appropriate places.
1830 Hrs: Prepare washing machine, put necessary clothing items in and switch on.
1845 Hrs: Prepare clothing and possessions for next day and dress into home attire.
1900 Hrs: Put washing into dryer and watch 1900 Hrs news.
1930 Hrs: Prepare meal for dinner.
1950 Hrs: Eat meal with a glass of water.
2005 Hrs: Finish meal, wash up and clean away plates, cup and other utensils.
2020 Hrs: Collect Newspaper from mailbox, turn on sprinklers and water other plants.
2035 Hrs: Go inside with newspaper, make coffee.
2040 Hrs: Switch of sprinklers.
2045 Hrs: Sit down on couch in living room, read Newspaper and drink coffee.
2115 Hrs: Wash cup, take shower, change into night attire and brush teeth.
2130 Hrs: Watch the 2130 Hrs news.
2200 Hrs: Go to bed with book, turn on bed side lamp and read.
2230 Hrs: Place book on bed stand, take clothes out of dryer and fold before packing clothing away in draws and closet.
2240 Hrs: Go to toilet, return to bed, pick up book and read.
2300 Hrs: Switch off bed side lamp and go to sleep.

If the world was going to end tomorrow then I would still do the same thing I do everyday. I would still have to attend work, so I would attend work, I would still have to eat and bathe and do menial chores so I would still eat and bathe and do menial chores. Any person who runs around like a headless chicken just because “hypothetically”, the world was going to end is an idiot, we all die eventually.
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