Sunday, November 22, 2009

Quote of the Day


"We gave up our entire workday, stayed in the cold, my kids were crying."

-- Unidentified disgruntled man outside a Borders bookstore in Nobleville, Indiana, where Sarah Palin was scheduled to sign copies of her book last Thursday; apparently several dozen people were unable to get their books signed and booed Palin's bus as it pulled away from the store and the crowd, which had waited in 38 degree weather for most of the day

This is where you say to yourself, "Jesus, what kind of fool lets his kids stand in near-freezing temperatures all day" and then immediately follow it up with, "Wait, nevermind."

7 comments:

Thomas said...

No fool like an ignorant fool.

Thomas said...

Also, did you know that "Going Rogue" is British slang for unprotected anal sex? Thought you'd like to know ...

Sheriff Bart said...

Looking forward to the one day when her fucking name isn't brought up.

My guess is that person's kids were crying because they were bored as hell. I attribute this to global warming. If the sledding hills were open like they should be this time of year, we would be drowned in the laughter of children.

Anonymous said...

Is anyone surprised by this narcissistic bitch? Really? SHe's exploiting these stupid hicks. They deserve what they get.

karen said...

The trouble is, Anonymous at 9:35 pm, the stupid hicks aren't the only ones who suffer as a result of their stupidity. No doubt they deserve what they get, but given their sheer numbers, it's almost a given that everyone else also gets what the stupid hicks deserve. Dubya had 2 terms after all.

Le Penseur said...

With regard to these geniuses who had their kids standing in freezing weather to meet Sarah Palin, it just further illustrates how lacking in awareness (both self and external) some people are in this country and the kind of opposition that the thinking people of this country are up against. Hopefully this experience has awakened some of those kids to the fact that their parents are retards whose behavior is not to be emulated.

@Thomas: I thought 'going rogue' was a chick going commando.

Benoît from Ottawa said...

@ Thomas: apparently a prank.

See http://www.wordwizard.com/phpbb3/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=21965, for what it's worth.