You woke up feeling refreshed after a relatively good sleep. Good because your mind was not filled with what should be done the next day for everything has been set in motion.
The evening, you thought, would be quite easy for your usual schedule has changed and you could probably swing by the bar and meet your friends for drinks.
Then your morning workload hit. You held your plans at bay and put your mind on the job at hand. Like a predator zooming in on a prey and thinking about how you could bring it down the fastest and easiest way. You wouldn't want to be too tired to enjoy your feast later.
Lunch time came and you set off for your favorite Nepali restaurant. Good food, good price and a place to have an easy conversation over a can of Coke and a stick of cigarette.
You went back to the office to do the remaining stuff in your list simply marked as TTD. The hours ticked.
Then Chip Tsao apologized. And you found it wanting.
Sorry but I'm just misunderstood. Sorry but English is an international language open to interpretation. Sorry but it was really a satire. Sorry but it was fictional. Sorry but it was not my intention. Sorry but blah, blah blah.
Why couldn't it be just 'sorry I was wrong'?
You realized you got to do more against racism and class discrimination.
Thus, you stayed in the office until 1:00 am. Then you remembered that April Fool's Day just passed you by.