I really expected more humor. The constant referencing to other chapters in the book was a distraction as well as being very difficult to flit back and forth in an e-book. (Surprisingly it is much easier to do such in a printed edition) Overall it was a good read, but not a great one. I suspect the printed version would be more enjoyable.
This book has a light, easy-to-read style yet is still pretty informative. I enjoyed reading it, but found that by the end, the real reason people are so stupid is the same as it has always been: they just don't agree with you (or in this case, they don't agree with the opinions of the author.)
I found this book interesting and it did answer some of my questions. I got it as a kindle issue and now I think I will get a paper copy since it is hard to go back and check on information. So books just don't work withthe kindle.