You will be shopping late one night for groceries, filling your basket with granola, yogurt, bananas, wheat germ, and flax muffins. At the checkout counter, you will chat with the cashier as she scans your purchases, collects payment, and puts your items in a bag. At home, you will be confounded to discover that your bag contains sugar-frosted toaster pastries, a package of Ding Dongs, artificial orange drink, some frozen corn dogs, and a jar of Cheese Whiz. You will rush back to the store to get to the bottom of this calamity, but you will be too late. The store will be closed. The next morning, you will reluctantly eat a sugar-frosted pastry, a corn dog, and drink the sickly sweet orange drink. Before noon, you will begin to experience allergic reactions to your morning meal, including, but not limited to, itching and swelling, blurred vision, convulsions, incontinence, vomiting, and thoughts of suicide. Luckily, you will settle out of court with the offending food companies for a tidy sum of $350,000, enough for a portable hemodialysis machine that you will place in the jump seat of your shiny new Corvette.