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Normally I don't enjoy audio books. Even with an American public education I managed to come out literate and I like to use it on occasion.

That said, when someone like Lewis Black comes out with a new book it only seemed right to listen to him read it to me.

I got my fingers on a copy of 'Me of Little Faith' which is nothing short of gold. His personal views on religion, mixed with his off kilter comedic delivery works amazingly well.

I'm only about 1/2 way through it...I'll post more thoughts once done.

"Anything that takes itself too seriously is subject to ridicule."

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