8:30 am: Go into work. Set up laptop. Taste test items in candy drawer for freshness. Log on to internet and check updates on Home Star Runner.
9:00 am: Find Fortune Magazine. Go see a man about a horse.
9:30 am: Read e-mail. Send e-mail. Update facebook profile. Watch Japanese Game Shows on YouTube.
10:00 am: Swipe Sports Illustrated. Go check out the facilities.
10:30 am: Order complete Kiss Bobblehead set online. Check e-bay listings. Play heliattack on miniclip.com. Google search "high power air soft semi-automatic rifle."
11:00 am: Grab Business 2.0. Visit with "a man named John."
11:30 am: Discuss with co-workers where to go for lunch. Go to conference room to draw out schematics and make carpool assignments.
12:00 pm: Make decision on where to go for lunch. Go to lunch. Go to the car wash. Buy 64 oz Dr. Pepper and candies to replenish candy drawer.
2:00 pm: Talk to co-workers about how full and tired you feel. Grab your iPhone. Skip to the loo.
2:30 pm: Set up office fantasy football draft party. Set food assigments.
4:00 pm: Check text messages and reply to wife's 10:00 am text. "Sorry, meetings all day. I'll call you when things slow down."
4:30 pm: Chat about the BYU game. Discuss BCS ranking. Make fun of the guy who likes BYU.
5:00 pm: Answer wife's phone call, "I'm packing up now. I just need to do a few more e-mails and I'll be home." Read e-mail. Send e-mail. Check Facebook. Watch "I gotta have more cowbell" on YouTube. Make fun of the vegan. Offer to take him to lunch to Fudruckers.
5:30 pm: Talk with co-workers about how hard the day was, and begin discussions on where to go to lunch the next day. Make fun of the guy that worked.
6:00 pm: Grab Entrepreneur Magazine, go (Asian Word). Pack up laptop and head home, with a quick stop to the QuikStop for a refill in your 64 oz Dr. Pepper.
6:30 pm: Complain to wife about how busy your day was. Get a back rub. You deserve it, babe!