Yeah, yours is pretty autistic too. I pictured most of my stuff, but not the stuff I wear obviously (helmet, sunglasses, gloves, and regular clothes).
I also have a survival bag with water filter, headlamp, paracord, leatherman, folding knife, sharpening stone, fire starter, signal mirror, etc, but I usually only bring that stuff when I go innawoods, not when cycling. But I have sometimes brought some of that stuff.
Regular rides (pretty much everything is in the pictures above) is:>folding lock>optionally also cable lock>small lock to lock my panniers to my rack>water bottles>Clif bars>optionally also Clif Shot gels>sanitizer>occasionally phone>sometimes camera (I like photographing my bikes during my rides)>tubes (amount varies, but I often bring 3 on short rides, 4 on long rides)>2 front lights with handlebar mount and helmet mount>3 rear lights>Cateye computer>pump>a bunch of bungee cords in two sizes>empty baggies and garbage bags>baggies to hold stuff>a few paper towels (that I will never have a need for)>pair of gloves>set screws for my fenders in case the ones on my fenders fall out>6 tire levers (in case some break)>adjustable wrench>multitool with chain breaker>rim strips>bead jack (>inb4 weak hands, it's convenient and eliminates risk of pinchflat)>patch kit (which I will never use because I just replace tubes)>like 6 boots>spare rim strips>bunch of spare masterlinks for various speed chains>zip ties>compass>maps>pen>notecards>AAA phone number and account number>thin collapsible small black backpack (I use it to store my tools/parts, not as a backpack; I put it in a real backpack or pannier)>shell jacket (almost always even if it's summer, just in case)>other warm clothes if it's cold; even during summer on long rides if I might be going into the night>bivy if I'm going on a really long ride (emergency shelter, basically a sleeping bag made out of the same material as tents)