All the (audio)books I've read this month.
Bill Bryson's "The History of Nearly Everything." A dramatic romantic comedy about how a non-dimensional substance exploded to create a massive universe with one planet that had microbes evolve into complex beings that believed that they're not from microbes, but from mud sculpted by an old white man with a long beard.
George Carlin's "More Silly Putty and Napalm." Carlin's incredible somewhat Leftist social commentary decorated by having an extremely repetitive gripe with the usage of words. "Do you have the time?" "I'm sorry, no I don't... I must've forgotten it at home... you should go ask the Navy, they always bring there's and.." you get what I'm going for here.
Carl Sagan's "Pale Blue Dot". Best book I've read for a while. Scientist Carl Sagan presents the aspect of the Cosmos from a human eye, any traces of that horrible movie he wrote goes away from my memory.
Wayne Dyer's "No-Limits Person." One of those "success" self-help advocates who start out really inspiring then you realize they're a success self-help advocate so you turn it off after 30 minutes of that bullshit.
Eric Scholosser's "Fast Food Nation." A book about how incredibly awesome fast food is, and how it tastes good and how great the business expanded throughout the united states. Also Ecoli, horrible wages, and cow shit in the burgers.
David Lynch's "Big Fish". David Lynch's first daring attempt to writing something linear, a good talk about meditation, Buddhism, and his realization that he fucking hates Phileadelphia.
All this shit, all because I don't have a girlfriend.