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Oh and its Narrated by Samual L. Jackson.

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Note: Requires iTunes or Audible's download manager. Seriously?! Found it elsewhere.

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I refused to download audible's software. Now it says I've ordered it and I can't add it to cart again or re-download it.

Audible (and i tunes) = FAIL.

(Sam L. Jackson is the PERFECT narrator for this though!)

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@antipode: It does indeed want you to have either or both of those. There's probably a work-around, but I don't know it.
Care to share where you found it elsewhere?

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For Sam MF Jackson I will download what it needs.

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This will go great next to my daughter's copy of "Daddy Drinks Because You Cry".

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I downloaded the Audible software, and it asked what device I wanted to store the file on. The list of supported devices was a stroll down memory lane: Palm handheld (i.e. Palm OS, not WebOS), Creative, Garmin, TomTom, iRiver, Nokia, Zune, Philips GoGear, RCA, Sandisk, Lyra, Oakley THUMP, Treo, Dell DJ, Windows Mobile Pocket PC, and a bunch of Rio devices (remember Rio? Great devices, went out of business in 2005).

As far as I can tell, there's no Apple, Android, WebOS, or Windows Phone support, nor can you just save the file as an mp3 or whatever. Maybe the "burn to CD" option would work, but I didn't try it.

I ended up just listening to it on my computer. But if I actually want to listen to something longer than 3 minutes, like say an audiobook, I don't think I'll be getting it from Audible, now that I've tried their software.

In summary . . . YUCK.

(Also, Samuel L. Jackson is awesome. That is all.)

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At checkout, I see "New: Mobile apps for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry".

(I'll probably listen on a GoGear I wooted.)

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@rayray8822: It has a lot more support than the manager shows (yeah, they need to update that). You can put it on you iPod, iPhone, pad, etc. Android also has an app where you can download everything in your library. You can even play it in Windows Media Player. Audible is actually really cool. Yes you need to sign up for an account, but you don't need to subscribe to anything if you don't want.

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To all those complaining about the Audible Download Manager - yes it's a pain. But I just installed it, downloaded the book which took all of about three seconds, the book imported into iTunes automatically, & now I can uninstall the ADM again. Easy as cake.

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I have a kindle and it was downloaded to it - no problems.

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I'd to have "Go the F--k to Sleep", but someone needs to read "F..k" somewhere from the book. Sigh

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@solargreennow: That was almost a complete sentence.

As far as Audible goes- screw them! And itunes is even worse! I don't want Apple managing crap on my computer.

Search the book on youtube also- I found a clip with the audio and video of the book pages. Use Videoget to download it to your computer.

BONUS: I got my 4 year old to say "Fsck" at bedtime!

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@death_knight: Thanks for letting me know. I see from other comments there are Audible apps out there as well. None for WebOS of course, so I'm still hosed . . .

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iTunes download was easy on my Mac. Wooted and listening right now...

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There's a YouTube of it, too, for those who don't want to download anything: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTugz1TYbM0