Well, I suppose that's your own problem.
I will endeavor to help you, even though it's rather disappointing that with the vast amount of distraction immediately available through the web of information literally at your fingertips, you still find yourself at a loss.
Nevertheless, I shall present an idea that may intrigue you, or perhaps frustrate you.
You do not know everything.
You do not even know the beginning to everything.
Some people know scraps of everything in the middle and find that satisfying. Indeed, I suppose that is all we as mortal beings could ever fathom, what with the strict limitation of time and energy our imminent deaths prescribe to us. However, the pleasant result of this conundrum is that you can always learn more.
Of the many passions that I have touched upon, the pursuit of knowledge has aided me the most. It is on that path that you meet the most interesting people, the most tantalizing ideas, the most polarizing actions. It branches infinitely, and though your path may run parallel with others, it is ultimately yours, shared only with the beliefs that guide you.
If you are bored in this life, it inevitably means you are static, not pursuing anything, not seeking and not finding, and is that really the fault of the world? If you are fortunate enough to realize the path you are on, it is an affront to the lost that you merely stand there, and an affront to yourself to neglect action. And if you are the lost, perhaps just the next step is more than enough. In the end, your path is self-forged, all you must do is push forward.
There you have it, a perfectly good reason for you to not be bored. If you wish, you may start with absorbing the information on this site, though it is hardly relevant to a life lived in hard reality, and you may already be annoyed with the airs on which this site adorns itself. However, I find some of the world's greatest truths are more beautifully swallowed with the sugar, spice, or tart of fiction, or perceived fiction. If you prefer your cough medicine straight, then there you have it. Just so long as you don't wither away through the loss of your own voice by not taking any medicine at all. Covering your mouth can only get you so far, I promise you that.