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Samuel L. Jackson audio of "Go the Bleep to Sleep" blows up

Sam Oh, we love our cursing! A free version of the Samuel L. Jackson-narrated Go the Bleep to Sleep has been downloaded 160,000 times since it became available two days ago on audible.com.

That's not a Harry Potter style record - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was downloaded more than 200,000 times in its first 48 hours, says the Associated Press - but it's pretty respectable. And if you disagree, take it up with Jules over there on the right.

Meanwhile, the hardcover version of the book by Adam Mansbach is No. 1 on Amazon. 

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