What a difference time can make.
Here's something good that happened in two hours and sixteen minutes:
Paula Radcliffe (Great Britain) ran 26.2 miles in 2:15:25 - a world record - (that's pretty close to 2 hours and sixteen minutes) in 2003, during a marathon in London.
Here's something bad that happened in two hours and sixteen minutes yesterday in Hamburg, Germany:
Trump and Putin talked privately - for all intents and purposes because they just had one minion each, and two translators in the room.
The talk was only slated to last 30 minutes, but the two men couldn't take their eyes off of each other. Trump blushing with excitement, looked like a sunburned orange.
Putin, smiling coyly, teased him along. Supposedly (according to Rex Tillerson, Trump's minion in the meeting), Trump brought up the election hacking accusation and asked Putin if it was true.
I'm pretty sure that conversation was short:
Donny: "So Vlad, did you hack our election last year?"
Donny: "That's kinda what I thought."
Vlad: "Good! Now that unpleasant business is over, let's talk about more important things... like making money."
All of Donny's minions - and even his wife Melania, couldn't get the two-star-struck bros to stop the long tete-tete and stick to their schedules.
Finally, the magic moments ended. Try to imagine, if you can, what the two discussed. I can tell you one thing, it wasn't "America first."
Time for me to walk on down the road...