Bookses, Precious, Lots of Bookses!
I must have become either more interesting or less interesting of an adult than my younger self would have pictured. When I visited a library stock sale today, I browsed through several different sections, including sciences, reference, medicine, poetry, classic literature, fiction, textbooks, etc. Nothing caught my eye.
Then I found the politics and history table. I began scanning titles, and then randomly snatching books up as they appealed to me. They were really cheap ($0.25 for paperback, $1 for hardback), so I got the following:
Creationism on Trial by Langdon Gilkey
World Civilizations, Fourth Edition, Volumes 1 & 2
The Way Things Ought To Be by Rush Limbaugh
See, I Told You So by Rush Limbaugh
How To Get Elected - An ancdotal history of mudslinging, red-baiting, vote-stealing and dirty tricks in American politics by Jack Mitchell
The Bill of Rights and Landmark Cases by Edmund Lindop
The Middle Ages Volume 1: Sources of Medieval History by Brian Tierney
The Harbrace History of England - Ancient and Medieval England Beginning to 1509 by J.R. Lander
So either I've becoming really boring, or really interesting, but I doubt my younger self would have expected me to turn out this way!