After Fox News aired an interview between motorcycle-wanter Sean Hannity and animal costume-enthusiast Julian Assange, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin took to Twitter and Facebook to apologize to the Wikileaks founder. She also recommended her fans check out Oliver Stone’s Snowden, calling the film…
It is way too early for this shit.
We haven't heard much from Madison Rising since they fart-rocked their way through the "Star Spangled Banner" at a NASCAR race, but "America's most patriotic band" has a new mishmash of hot guitar licks and raspy warbles about guns 'n trucks for us to rock out to.
Linsanity is dead. Sarah Palin killed it. (Sorry, "Pa-Lin.")
Joe McGinniss's Sarah Palin biography just landed on our desk, and our eyes went immediately to the excerpt—mentioned last week by the National Enquirer but quoted only in part—that proved for all time that Glen Rice never went to his left. Here it is, in case you were curious:
If you want an intelligent take on Sarah Palin and Glen Rice, read this. If you want the take of a high school dropout working through his own sexual hang-ups, listen to Mike Tyson on ESPN Radio in Las Vegas. It's really a stunning piece of talk radio, or maybe performance art, or maybe just Tyson has no filter and…
Oh, sure. The original story was about her qualms with the McCain camp's decision a month before the election not to campaign actively in Michigan. But now that Seth Davis has called everyone's attention to it again, let's all completely reconsider its thrust.
Just about three months after her alleged one-night stand with Michigan star player Glen Rice, Sarah Palin (then Sarah Heath) reported on a Wolverines game for Anchorage's KTUU-TV. In the clip above, she's reporting on Michigan's 80-67 loss to Purdue on March 3, 1988,
in which clinched the Big Ten championship game…
The National Enquirer grabbed some details from the upcoming Joe McGinniss Sarah Palin book, and this chunk is too delightful not to share with you immediately. Apparently Palin had a fling with former Heat/Hornet/Laker Glen Rice while he was in college and while she was a sports reporter in Alaska, all the way back…
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
That butt belongs to Gunnery Sgt. Benjamin "Gus" Lepping, an explosive ordnance disposal tech serving in Afghanistan. Reasoning: "What could be better than getting a tattoo of the hottest cougar in the Republican Party?" [Battle Rattle]
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Last Friday, Sarah Palin shrugged into her respectable Republican cloth coat and announced she was resigning from office. Along the way, she dropped a somewhat baffling basketball analogy, which we've helpfully diagrammed for you below, just as Palin described it.
The world's most moustachioed flocked to Anchorage this weekend for the World Beard and Moustache Championship. Unfortunately, the winners forever will have asterisks next to their busts in Alaska, as Clay Zavada was in Oakland, whisker-twinged NHL players are busy and Sarah Palin couldn't make it. [Anchorage Daily…