Take the Money & Run

Evidently, Sarah Palin angered and disappointed some of her fans in Noblesville, IN last night when she abruptly left a book signing promotion even though there were many people still waiting in line to receive her signature on their newly purchased copies of Going Rogue (not to be confused with Going Rouge as was mistakenly shown on a Fox News program yesterday).

Oh well, look on the bright side — now they can share in her whiny victimhood.

Palienated Update: More on Sarah “quitting on the job” (as some disgruntled fans in the crowd derisively shouted outside her bus as it prepared to take off). Apparently, everyone after group “N” got stiffed — in other words, just somewhat under half the crowd.


9 Replies to “Take the Money & Run”

  1. Worst place names in the World:

    22. Cockburn, Western Australia
    21. Twatt, Orkney, Shetland Islands, Scotland
    20. Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateapokaiwhenuakit anatahu, New Zealand
    19. Muff, Ireland
    18. Looneyville, Texas, United States
    17. Titty Hill, Sussex, England
    16. Thong, Kent, England
    15. Gravesend, Kent, England
    14. Wetwang, Yorkshire
    13. Spread Eagle, Wisconsin
    12. Bald Knob, Arkansas, United States
    11. Cockup, Cumbria, England
    10. Whiskey Dick Mountain, Washington State, United States
    9. Hookersville, West Virginia
    8. Hell, Michigan, United States
    7. Toad Suck, Arkansas, United States
    6. Middelfart, Denmark
    5. Horneytown, North Carolina, United States
    4. Shitterton, Dorset, England
    3. Disappointment, Kentucky, United States
    2. Fucking, Austria
    1. Whakapapa

  2. Hey! I happen to like the sound of “Gravesend”. What’s it doing in a list that includes the likes of “Fucking” and “Cockup”?

    And let’s toss in “Head-Smashed-In”, for some Can-con…

  3. Yeah, I didn’t get Gravesend either.

    This is even better: Rude Britain:

    1. Cocks, Cornwall
    2. Minge Lane, Upton-upon-Severn, Worcestershire, England
    3. Bell End, Worcestershire, England
    4. Twatt, Shetland (note, there is another Twatt in Orkney)
    5. Sandy Balls, a long-established holiday centre in New Forest, Hampshire, England with a name dating back to Henry VIII
    6. Muff, County Donegal, Ireland (Not part of UK)
    7. Fingringhoe, Essex, England
    8. Back Passage, City of London, an alleyway in the EC1 postal district
    9. Shitterton, Dorset, England
    10. Slag Lane, Merseyside, a residential street in Haydock, England
    11. Hole of Horcum, North York Moors, England
    12. Fanny Hands Lane, Lincolnshire, England
    13. Inchinnan Drive, Renfrewshire, Scotland
    14. Cockshoot Close, Oxfordshire, England
    15. Funbag Drive, Watford, England
    16. Fanny Avenue, Derbyshire, England
    17. Beaver Close, Surrey, England
    18. Dick Court, Lanarkshire, Scotland
    19. Felch Square, Powys, Wales
    20. Lickfold, West Sussex, England
    21. Rimswell, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
    22. Spanker Lane, Nether Heage, Derbyshire
    23. Cocknmouth Close, West End, Surrey
    24. Friars’ Entry, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
    25. Butt Hole Road, Conisbrough, South Yorkshire
    26. Cockermouth, Allerdale, Cumbria
    27. Fine Bush Lane, Ruislip
    28. Ladygate Lane, Ruislip
    29. Hornyold Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, England
    30. Crotch Crescent, Marston, Oxford, England

    “Minge Lane.” Heh.

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