Purchase at Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Milk-Eggs-Vodka-Grocery-Lists/dp/144031201X/r...
His quote: "If we are what we eat, then this book reveals deep truths about the average American (not to mention more mundane truths like a surprising number of people enjoy onions, and for most people, mayonnaise is very, very difficult to spell). "Milk, Eggs, Vodka" is a celebration of the humble grocery list. Almost anyone will find themselves engrossed in this voyeuristic look into everyday life - less than healthy lists, lists for parties, lists with personal and often odd annotations on them...and the list of lists goes on. Besides over 150 found lists, the book also includes short essays on collecting, shopping, eating, and list making. Some of the lists will even include recipes that can be made from the ingredients on the list!"
Another fun book of his is "50 Sad Chairs", photographs he took of left behind chairs for the dumpster:
Amazon quote: "This is an awesome work by Acrobat / Photographer Bill Keaggy, who witnesses tired and tossed chairs in downtown St. Louis. Each image is a mixed bag of forlorn and funny, a veritable commentary on our culture of consumption (at least as it relates to chairs). Have a look. And you ll soon notice: sad chairs are everywhere."
Check out his flikr site for other "stuff"...very interesting. http://www.flickr.com/photos/bk/1362710209/
I remember coming across Bill on the internet, and I was instantly hooked on his found grocery list book. It really is interesting and funny, to read those lists. I did not know he had a book about chairs. I am going to have to check that one out.