The end for Colonel Muammar Gaddafi when it came, after 42 years of dictatorial power, was ignominious and violent. After months of bloody fighting, the Libyan revolutionary forces had driven their former leader from Tripoli before capturing him in a drainpipe in the city of Sirte. The gory images captured on the mobile phones of the victors were reproduced on newspaper front pages around the world, marking the end of a cruel regime. In the capital, ordinary Libyans explored the once forbidden compound that housed Gaddafi and his family.
Breaking the conventional idea, I wish to reach and convey to my listeners that there should be no shying away from this issue. We should treat this problem as no different than other diseases like diabetes, typhoid, etc,. The longer we hesitate in curing this problem, the stronger it becomes. People with this disease remain unknown, just because people don't accept the fact that they have a sexual disorder. Please forget about your ego for a moment and start doing something about this.
"Nice book to have for any man...or woman"
Here's a compulsively listenable, hilarious novel told through the e-mail messages of Martin Lukes. Martin Lukes is a man who is good at taking credit where it isn't due; a man who works hard at personal growth but consistently lets down everyone around him; a man who communicates with his sons by e-mail and fails to notice how smart his wife, Jenny, really is; a man - in short - who loves jargon but totally lacks understanding.