Those are the times we live in. Everything is reduced to little nuggets of information/entertainment because it's hard to hold most people's attention for very long.<quoted text>
I was never much of a reader though. My mind kind of drifts off and I become board very quickly.
Yes, you are right about that. I've always been a fast reader and I can easily get lost in a good book. But I know that's not typical these days.<quoted text>
For some people, reading is enjoyment, for others, it's a chore.
They are a lot like his early radio show. I read them back in the 90s. I never thought that he would become the influential person he is now. I remembering thinking back at the time that he was just a chubby "Joe Pyne" clone. He didn't seem to be very deep, but he certainly struck a chord with Republicans back then. He's had an amazingly run since then.<quoted text>
And no, I never bought or read Limbaugh's books. Actually I get annoyed by all the advertising he does on his show about it.