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Palin’s Book is Excellent

Seriously, I don’t know what the fuss is about.

Within are faithful accounts of the important events in Palin’s life that led to this point – I will admit it leans heavily to the creative side, with only a little bit of politics thrown in, almost as an afterthought – this doesn’t, however, demean or decrease the enjoyment of being able to bask in the absolute genius that is Palin, and many of Palin’s innermost, most honest thoughts…

I… Huh? What?

Nonononononononoooo…

Oh, fuck no.

Michael Palin.

Less funny than the other one?


Diaries, 1969-79: The Python Years. A really excellent book. What were you thinking?

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7 thoughts on “Palin’s Book is Excellent

  1. Apologies off topic, but there is no mail box for this blog. Delete after reading.

    FYI

    You have a related link to How’d They Vote
    Here is Nova Scotia’s (non-partisan) version (and a great topic for blogging).

    In 2008 Nova Scotia celebrated 250 years of democracy, making it the oldest democracy in Canada. However this venerable democracy is threatened by a lack of transparency and accountability.

    In the past 6 years, spanning the 59th and 60th General Assemblies, 853 bills have been introduced, debated and voted upon in the Nova Scotia Legislature. Only 12 of those votes were recorded in the official record so 98.5% of the bills were voted on anonymously, with no indication of which MLAs were present, who voted in support and against.

    Without a voting record Nova Scotia citizens cannot hold their Representative and the House accountable for voting done in citizenry’s name on crucial issues affecting their families and communities.

    Visit us and take further action:
    http://www.knowhowtheyvotens.com

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  2. Apologies off topic, but there is no mail box for this blog. Delete after reading.

    FYI

    You have a related link to How’d They Vote
    Here is Nova Scotia’s (non-partisan) version (and a great topic for blogging).

    In 2008 Nova Scotia celebrated 250 years of democracy, making it the oldest democracy in Canada. However this venerable democracy is threatened by a lack of transparency and accountability.

    In the past 6 years, spanning the 59th and 60th General Assemblies, 853 bills have been introduced, debated and voted upon in the Nova Scotia Legislature. Only 12 of those votes were recorded in the official record so 98.5% of the bills were voted on anonymously, with no indication of which MLAs were present, who voted in support and against.

    Without a voting record Nova Scotia citizens cannot hold their Representative and the House accountable for voting done in citizenry’s name on crucial issues affecting their families and communities.

    Visit us and take further action:
    http://www.knowhowtheyvotens.com

    – a Micheal Palin fan.

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  3. You probably should’ve lead with “And now for something completely different”, Jonathan.

    Friends, Romans, Countrymen, and most especially Flash, lend me your books! Please? 🙂

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