If it's not on a computer screen, I don't read it. LOL!<quoted text>
Sorry, Ray, but you were asking about books we read. Those are the books by Rush that I actually read. I know he did some children's books recently, but I haven't read them. Have you? I don't tend to read children's books. Has Rush written anything for adults lately? If he has, I haven't heard about them.
Do you really think I care about how Hillary's book is doing? Books by (trying to be) Presidents tend to suck. Remember Jim Carter's "Why Not the Best?" They aren't books, they are infomercials.
So, Ray, I'm curious. Do you read books? My guess would be "no" (because very few people read books these days.) If you do read, what's the last fiction book you read? I enjoyed reading "One Hundred Years of Solitude". In the nonfiction category, I've been reading "The Great American Broadcast", which is about the early days of radio, when it was still live dramas and comedies (revisiting my lost youth!) I think you might enjoy both of them.
I'm sorry but like most Americans, I've become an addict to the internet. I don't have a lot of time on my hands between my job and this place, but when I do read, it's here.
I was never much of a reader though. My mind kind of drifts off and I become board very quickly. For some people, reading is enjoyment, for others, it's a chore. 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.
I just find it a little unfair that people criticize what they didn't read. It's no different than when I post a link and I get "Oh, it's from blah, blah, blah" and they never bothered to look at it nor challenge it. If it's from Fox, Hannity, Breibart of whatever, so it's automatically discarded and end of conversation.