If I leave my apartment now, it's about four hours till sunrise. I could probably cover about 11 miles on foot.
Woke up at 9:30 this morning but I didn't feel like getting breakfast so I went back to sleep till 10. Got up, screwed around, and made oatmeal at like 10:40. Since it was steal cut oats I was using, you have to let that brew for awhile, so I just added the hot water and set it in my microwave to kind of chill out for a bit. Figured that while the oatmeal was soaking, I'd go out to the McDonald's next to my apartment and get a coffee, and then head back home, because it was raining and I didn't feel like going on a long walk.
After getting the coffee, however, I got terribly distracted, walked out to Whole Foods (which is like miles away), got lunch, went to the french bakery next to Whole Foods, fucked around in Upper Arlington and somehow ended up at the Giant Eagle Market District in Upper Arlington, got a root beer, and walked back home.
That oatmeal was hydrated as fuck by the time I got back.
Seriously though I have issues with time. Like I had this conversation in 2010 that got picked back up again in 2012 without beats being missed. Also the flashbacks.
1. Also they should make commercially prepared sliced bread that has crust on all sides of each slice. Or some kind of inverted bread where you jam an electronic rod in the middle of a dough ball that doesn't have a pot surrounding it, and electrocute it so you only get crust through the center and the rest of it is just this tortured fractal gluten mycelium going off wherever.
2. Cereal companies start releasing breakfast and dinner versions of their cereals. For instance, Raisin Bran becomes Kellog's Morning Flakes and Kellog's Evening Flakes. They are identical but people are self conscious about eating breakfast cereal for dinner, so they'll buy the Evening Flakes for that purpose. This will sell twice the cereal.
3. Everything costs 20 dollars, no matter what it's worth. This starts to average out although you end up with stuff like Ford making candy bars to compensate for the cheap cars. They still catch on fire for no reason.
4. When you're eating honey you're literally getting snowballed by a bee and a flower.