I had wandered into Borders bookstore, just looking to waste some time on a lovely Saturday afternoon. I had already found a book (13 Secrets for Speaking Fluent Japanese, if you must know), but this one caught my eye. I grabbed a copy and sat down to read the forward and the first chapter (One must be picky when one has little money, neh?). It seemed strange for Scott Adams to be writing a non-funny book. But in a way, it's perfect.

I'm going to come out and say it, you must get this book. In a very Everythingian way, Adams writes about the things that Oeg1st1 has described. It's not a large book, and is easily read. I don't think I've had this much fun with philosophical matters since I read The Celestine Prophecy. The book's dialogue format makes discussion of the topics easy. The characters while away an afternoon talking, sitting in rocking chairs in front of a calm fireplace.

You might not agree with the ideas, but as long as you keep in mind that it was meant to be a thought experiment and that Adams himself claims to not believe what is discussed, you should be ok.