I caught up on all those bad songs I had to throw away upon becoming a witless--yes, some of them I had to "steal" by downloading from a peer to peer network. This was mostly because the 12" single versions of many songs have all but disappeared from CDs, and even the regular album versions of many songs are gone (they are often either missing or totally trashed). I bought them when possible, but when necessary I stole them. I think there are still 2 or 3 songs I cannot find the correct versions of, even by stealing.
After that, Christmas. Starting in 2006 with a few ornaments and dressing up a few large plants with a few lights, I went into the big time. In 2007, I got a great big Christmas tree. I drastically ramped up the lights and ornaments during 2007 and 2008, adding somewhat to them in 2009 and 2010 until I now have enough to get through a potential hyperinflation without having to worry about being short. I also greatly upgraded my Christmas tree star--from a color changing LED that cost 25 toilet papers to one that cost 60 toilet papers and has much better LEDs. Of course, as long as I stay in the place, they are not coming down.
I also loaded up on Christmas music. The vast majority of them I bought from iTunes or Napster. A few I couldn't find anywhere except on the peer to peer network--and there are still a few I heard that I don't remember enough of the lyrics to even begin searching. I have more than 700 of those things on various CDs and mini discs. That ought to pxxx off any witless that ever finds them.
I also got numerous other articles and books about religions and various other paradigms. These range from a few that deny the existence of God outside people's minds (to control others), to various Christian and non-Christian religious paradigms, to Crisis of Conscience. I have explored "spiritual" healing--not that it does any good, but it does offer a slap in Jehovah's face. Some of these include numerology, the "law of attraction", and various 2012 theories. I am not afraid of exploring one religion or philosophy and then looking at something that is its antithesis. Sure beats the spiritual feast famine I get at the Kingdumb Hell.