I work nights.
On my “days” off, I used to switch to a daytime wake/sleep schedule in order to spend quality time with my family, but I no longer do. In my old(er) age, I have discovered that the amount of time I render myself useless due to lack of sleep, plus the amount of time it takes me to get back into night-mode after a 3-day weekend is just too much to be worthwhile for anyone anymore. Consequently, I spend a lot of time watching King of the Hill in the early morning hours while waiting until it is time to wake my daughter for school.
During a particularly funny re-run, I saw something that just happened to illustrate the problem with the NSA’s, and many American’s, reasoning, “if you’re not doing anything wrong, what’s your problem with us monitoring you?”
This episode of KOTH starts with Bobby (son) going camping with Hank (dad) and the guys for the weekend. Peggy (mom) assures Hank that she will be fine alone – getting some housework done, and maybe working a crossword puzzles over the weekend. But while the guys were out getting scouting badges, something happens that Peggy hopes Hank and Bobby never find out.Details