Sean Spicer awoke bright and early this morning to emerge from the sensory deprivation chamber in which he sleeps each night.

Spicer was glad to have turned in a little early so he could spend a full eight hours in the tank since the scalding hot water really helps him focus internally and let go of the work day. The thick walls of the chamber also provide the absolute darkness and quietness he needs to block out all other noise beyond his own internal monologue, which is mostly screaming.

As his alarm began to fill the air with a recording of car crashes, babies crying and the sounds of an active slaughterhouse, he knew he was in the right frame of mind to spend a day serving the Trump administration.

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