'50 Shades' a Hit at Gitmo

The most popular books among the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is the '50 Shades of Grey' serie
2:54 | 07/31/13

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Welcome to the makes everyone -- if you've ever wondered what happens in a one minute -- on the Internet we now have an answer for you -- a website called. Humor me apparently has created -- -- -- -- -- show it to you this is all information pulled from things like PC magazine businesses and other types decreed -- snapshot. And it's really flying lobby with a tape and an envelope final -- that I thought was incredibly interesting. At sixty seconds. Two million searches on move up -- 72 hours worth of video uploaded to YouTube. 204 million emails are sent 571. Web sites aren't -- -- -- and 270000. -- sent out front -- None of information that is going home from how many hours of video goes -- and they need to our. -- stores where they were sorry two hours of video based servers must take up. Good football field and and you just talk cat just talking cashier about his Amazon. 83. -- -- dollars and sales aren't the only Amazon isn't the only other website that -- some 80000 dollars and again in just one minute and. Pretty amazing that is pretty amazing we're doing everything on the Internet these days you have tied my hands of the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay lot of time on the hand and I'm going anywhere so they read a lot as you might expect short. And guess what their favorite book as well a lot of Muslims there -- so many different. You might think so that the case should pray this is the truth apparently according to US congressman Jim Moran. He made this revelation after Torre camp seven the top security facility millions in more than a dozen high value prisoners he says the fifty shades of gray series. Erotic novels -- the favorite reading material how. This is like the last -- society -- you very much change here well yes actual and a model and and he asked where did you say yes I know it's very strange but apparently they've read the entire series and English and -- -- -- haven't translated. And -- the quote from they democratic representative says I guess there's not much going on. Guys going nowhere. What the -- Do you read about what I have not I have not I had but I have been told action but the victory since elections that we can do some selections here on the next. But -- gonna show you some video that was posted on YouTube by a guy named Brett Jones and -- -- It's just started along with his -- when all of a sudden demand not -- his window rolls on the way down it's. -- -- -- And then he just flat out. The guy that I was going on and turned to get into the side and guesses on the other side hanging around there yes Barry -- -- -- -- look at the U. But -- about in this apparently the guy in the chin and had no idea what's going on and it drives off. The last thing in valley because publishing it isn't mentioned -- despite they had.

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