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He wakes up. He is cold. He wants to be warm. He is hungry. He wants to be sated. He is tired. He wants to be awake. He is told by the dentist that he has wonderful clean teeth a small mouth and that he should floss more. He should floss more. He should floss. He goes to Starbucks to celebrate his clean teeth and celebrates with a coffee and some cake. He watches House of Cards which is entertaining but inexcplicably it quite without warning jumps the shark when it has no need to. It lands adequately enough and carries on as if that scene hadn’t happened but it leaves a confusing and not wholly pleasant taste in the mind-mouth. It is still a good show. He eats pizza and he drinks some bourbon and then he drinks some more bourbon and then he goes to sleep.