I rarely eat cereal, but cereal first seems like the obvious way to do it.
Depends on circumstances and how much power I actually have. It's not something I give a lot of thought to, though. As B. D. Matthews put it on Twitter, "Having political opinions is fun, but it’s the moral equivalent of posting a PornHub comment about what you’d do if you were that guy."
Same as the rest of the year.
Not a question.
Odd as it may sound, yes, loneliness can be addictive. Some folks may fall in love with the archetype of the lonely, misunderstood artist or outcast, or they may get caught up in what’s practically an online subculture of self-pity (though these online relationships are better than nothing, they can’t take the place of IRL friendships). I think it’s fairly obvious that loneliness isn’t healthy.
My headphones are a Sony MDR7506, which as far as I know only come in black.
Sure, here's the oldest GIF I have, from June 2008.
Slightly early is usually the ideal, so that’s what I aim for.
Depends on who’s asking.
Well, it is very, very weird indeed to hear words like “forever” plead, such ships run through my mind, I cannot cheat. It’s like looking in the teacher’s face complete. I can say nothing to you but repeat what I heard, that “love” is just a four letter word.
The people in the apartment next to yours.
I take care of my stuff, so I rarely lose things. I don’t even remember the last thing I lost.
Yes, many times. Most recently a copy of Scenario Experiments Lain and Helvetica Standard.
Eh, maybe a three. It's annoying, but not a big deal.
Yes, because in a minute there is time for decisions and revisions which a minute will reverse.
As often as it needs it.
I think "trouble" is the typical answer to this riddle.
Instructions on how to log into my computer and open my password manager. I could figure out a lot more from there.
No, I always go to Mass and often visit with family, but that’s usually it. I prefer to relax on Sundays.