Every now and then two things perfectly converge and make life better, forever. Pasta and parmesan cheese. Jelly and cream cheese. Tiny horses and Pawnee, Indiana. This is one of those moments. There's a new audiobook of Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer read by comedian and real life Mark Twain character Nick Offerman.
Offerman will forever be associated with meat-obsessed anti-government Libertarian Ron Swanson, the character he played on Parks & Recreation for seven seasons. The best part of that role continues to be how closely it hues to Offerman's actual personality, with his love woodworking, puzzles, and all things manly and gentlemanly.