Monday, December 21, 2009

Bonus (Sarah Palin: Twit-er) Quote of the Day


"Copenhgen=arrogance of man2think we can change nature's ways.MUST b good stewards of God's earth,but arrogant&naive2say man overpwers nature

Earth saw clmate chnge4 ions;will cont 2 c chnges.R duty2responsbly devlop resorces4humankind/not pollute&destroy;but cant alter naturl chng"


-- Sarah Palin on the Copenhagen climate conference, via Twitter

I think it's safe to say that Twitter represents the perfect medium for Palin. Each tweet is a like a little snapshot of the whirling, incoherent mess that cyclones around inside her pea-brain 24/7.

Also, she misspelled "eons" -- and not by design.

13 comments:

Alanna said...

This just completely made my day.

TK said...

Oh. Oh, wow.

I mean... damn.

ChillyOne said...

But, I thought the earth was only 5000 years old? So how long is an "ion" anyway?

Broken Arrow said...

I had to read that three times and I'm still not exactly sure what she meant.

PS - My captcha reads "gomilfa." How appropriate.

kanye said...

--and not by intelligent design.

Rory said...

How can somebody read that and still think this woman is qualified to be president? She can't even use proper spelling and punctuation!

Maybe there should be a spelling test in order to ascend into the oval office.

Marshall said...

That is too funny. And much more funny when you wonder why the earth see's climate change for the sake of ionized molecules or as just a random phrase earth saw climate change. Four ions. will continue to see changes.

Anonymous said...

for someone who views the age of the earth in the thousands of years (6000 years by one popular account) - how does she account 'eons' (ions in her particular parlance) - 100 or so years?

Anon said...

...Wow. And this woman was a VP candidate?

blackbox said...

lolwut? That is not dead which eternal POLITICAL lie, and yet with strange IONS, even CAREERS may die ...

I'm sorry that I had to bastardize one of the great horror writers of all time, but H.P. Lovecraft cannot compare to this.

Peach said...

See because when I read 'ions' I remembered the Ionic Hairdryer and the Ionic Breeze...and I was wondering why on earth she walk talking about ions.
Are they back on vogue?

But no. No. She meant eons. Ack. My heart hurts.

Bunche said...

Jesus fucking Christ, was that even in English? That read like the kind of attempts at English usage one would find written on a band's van in Osaka, reading "King Fucker Chicken" or something.

Le Penseur said...

Despite being an infant with Down's syndrome, I have no doubt Trig can produce a more coherent and readable Twitter post.