A very funny look at life on planet earth, from the 1950's to the present. The author reflects on zombies (They walk with arms outstretched, and they use strangulation as a form of greeting); golf (People call them "sand traps." I like to think of them as "sand opportunities"); how to be an artist (You have to learn how to draw unemployment); and the purpose of life (Apparently we are here to sell things to our fellow human beings). This book explains why people might look at you funny when you are trying to be serious, and vice versa. "Life on Earth" is guaranteed to make you LOL, or at least CQ (chuckle quietly).