I wake up to the buzz of an alarm. The phone next me is asking for some attention. The average attention span of a human is 10 minutes, but I don't know how that's true When I continue sleeping till noon.
Shoot, it's 12 PM.
Lift 90 kg of organic carbon-based matter off the bed. Wait, it's my body. Like a lifeless carcass, I drag that mass to a tile-covered room that somehow has water flowing out of a copper tube.
As I sip some water, along with 20 mg of this so-called drug fluoxetine, I realize that I'm one atom of oxygen away from imbibing the most dreadful of chemicals.
What's even more concerning is that fact that I'm drinking tap water. Do you know how much chlorine the government adds to ensure a manageable population?
Though, sometimes I wish the oxygen in the air would react with water in my sink to form etch two, ought to.
And the chlorine in that faucet would find its way to my nose to make this lifeless carcass of organic material less organic.