Howard Berg claims to be the "world's fastest reader" and today, the Your World favorite was once again put to the test, this time reading the 154-page bill voted on by Congress this week to avert the fiscal cliff.

Berg attempted to read the packed document in three minutes, but couldn't quite meet that mark - however, the seemingly the small amount of time is, Neil says, scarily close to the tiny allotment non-speed-reading lawmakers had before voting on the bill.

Berg shared what he learned from "reading" through the hefty document, and you may be surprised by some of his discoveries: