A comprehensive treatment of all the important points about all of Facebook would require a multivolume specialized encyclopedia of thousands of hours of content. That is not happening here. To bring the focus back to my little audiobook about my small corner of Facebook: I start the audiobook with my wall posts of July 12, 2014 and travel back in time to March 11, 2014. I did not include any of my friends' responses to any of my posts, to respect their privacy. In this short audiobook, I have included poetry I have written, memes covered by fair-use copyright laws, and my own personal captions on my own posts, whenever I felt they added color. I do not always date posts in this audiobook, as I don't always date women who express an interest in me. All's fair in love and Facebook, my friends. To be completely transparent, my subtitle, "Sex, Lies, and My Crazy Life in New York City" is based on keywords to generate listeners. Psaw! I want you to know gentlemen still exist. I am a gentleman, and a gentleman never kisses and tells in an audiobook. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tyler Cochran. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/038671/bk_acx0_038671_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
At first, I remember a post, "We don't Need writers like Nietzsche". I don't think Intelligences are relying any other philosophy than Nietzsche's "Will To Power". And more talks was, "Tero Desh ma thoknai bolayepani aaudina" Thanks for completing the line but hero, "taile hereko Pwaat Pwaat maiya haru pani ma sangai thokaauna aauchan." Another talk included, "What are the skills of your friends?" Except at Drunk and In Group, mine friends doesn't show their extra-ordinary skills, really hidden-talents, thus instead of attempting to make Sleeper/Cipher Agent, and attempt to mess with their life, please feel free to hire as they are in their most productive phase of life. Let Young minds flourished. To Intelligences, except poems I don't have anymore things. I might have insulted number of countries or people in poems as well as book cover, but it is like of poem "Lunatic" by Laxmi Prasad Devkota- "Such is my plight." Few gentlemen can be found in Facebook Group Bungazz Reloaded and Bungazz, and I wonder many of them might have well(Innar) nearby houses for water.