The twitter-sphere clearly has an opinion about Palin’s arrival. The running joke Saturday afternoon: Haven’t Haitains already suffered enough?
She chose Bieber, Bullock, and LeBron to round out the list, but the top spot didn’t go to a celeb.
Thursday’s links stay optimistic and get romantic.
Shocker: We’re probably going to say the same words in 2011 as we did this year.
“You would embrace us faster than KD Lang at an Indigo Girls concert.”
—BRISTOL PALIN, in a Facebook memo to her former Dancing With the Stars co-star Margaret Cho, on what would happen if the liberal comedienne came to …
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She’s no longer a sidekick. Since joining John McCain’s 2008 presidential ticket, the former governor has morphed into a formidable GOP headliner.
Tuesday’s links talk blogs, music and global health.
In a radio interview Sarah Palin tells Glenn Beck that America “has gotta stand with our North Korean allies.” Wait, what?
“I am. I’m engaged in the internal deliberations candidly, and having that discussion with my family, because my family is the most important consideration here.”
— SARAH PALIN, after a reporter asked if she has …
One of the most mocked Twitter blunders of the year just got a boost in prestige.