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Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by bIG bLOGGER on 19 November 2009 2:54pm
 
This was the chosen starting point yesterday for PALIN's sensational US book-signing Tour,which will take in many small US cities,and the huge queue of PALIN fans stretched right around the inside of the shopping mall.
Despite the fact that the book has eerily been penned by a ghostwriter,
PALIN hopes to flog around 1.8 million hardbacks [!!] and sign as many as possible before writer's cramp sets in.
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by johnnythemonkey on 19 November 2009 2:56pm
 
Would that be Sarah Palin ?
It might not make me popular but I think she's quite scrumptious. ;)
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by bIG bLOGGER on 19 November 2009 3:04pm
 
Yes,you got it in one. Unfortunately,this is not in aid of our own MICHAEL Palin,but former Alaskan Governor SARAH Palin,whose breathlessly anticipated autobiography [born in Feb.1964,she is only 45 years old for goodness sakes] is titled "Going Rogue: An American Life".

'Scrumptious',really?? ..you mean you would like to chew bits out of her??

Oh dear,oh dear,I'm sorry.
Talk about "the blind leading the blind"...---maybe it's more a case of the 'dumb' leading the 'dumb',and on the very last page they all get swept away down the rapids....hurrah!!!
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by johnnythemonkey on 19 November 2009 3:10pm
 
So you don't find the lovely Sarah to your taste bIG ?
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by bIG bLOGGER on 19 November 2009 3:13pm
 
Well,superficially I do agree she looks rather lovely and of course she has exquisite dress and fashion sense,and she will probably score well with the "family" market because she has a whole menagerie of kids,but even so.....mmmm.....
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by johnnythemonkey on 19 November 2009 3:20pm
 
Oh stop going on bIG...she's the ultimate MILF. :)
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by bIG bLOGGER on 19 November 2009 3:47pm
 
MILF...??
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by sighthound on 20 November 2009 12:26am
 
I have no idea of what MILF means. "Most Illiterate Legislative Female"? "Mygod, I Loathe Federalism"? "Must I Like Feminism"?

But S. Palin is an incredible example of the horrific "celebritization" of politics in the U.S.; she's always good for a film clip or sound bite to boost the ratings of news organizations that are no longer devoted to good journalistic practices but are just another profit center for major corporations. (Murdoch, I'm calling you out over this!!!)

Her colossal ignorance is ignored as she parrots Reganomics' "pearls of wisdom" that have nothing at all to do with the questions she was asked. The lady is a big-time bimbo with a horrendous ego.
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by johnnythemonkey on 20 November 2009 12:50am
 
Listen. I only commented on her looks.
 
Re: Barnes and Noble Bookstore,Grand Rapids,Michigan:Wednesday. by sighthound on 20 November 2009 1:36am
 
So what does "MILF" mean?
 
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