Sunday, 6 September 2015

WORDS FAIL ME...

Taking stupidity to a whole new level, even for her.

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  1. That would be Cherokee, Seminole or Apache, presumably. (Don't worry Stu, not Gaelic).

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    1. Jesus,
      I just got the wean doon and you start Stu off again shouting the only Gaelic he knows
      póg mo thóin

      Oh thanks
      jdman

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    2. I wonder what Palin would make of it. I suspect that in Alaska it will be an Inuit language that is native to the area. or maybe it is Russian seeing as Alaska was purchased from the Russians.

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    3. In any case, she only makes a passing stab at "American" herself! And to think that that could have been the American president! EEK

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    4. We're getting a heck of a lot of Gaelic on here recently. Shame it's just all the same expression though!!!

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  2. I like that post
    I like the mute button.
    jdman

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    1. Mute buttons are one of the best things ever invented JD.

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  3. Is that what "American" sounds like?
    I thought it was oompa loompa. :)
    follow the yellow brick road
    jdman

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  4. She's technically correct, but I think she was just being her stupid self, and a bit racist.
    I too like the mute button.

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    1. Apparently she is much fallen from grace and her Fox tv show hasn't been renewed.

      Still she must have made herself a small fortune with her "talks" and tv appearances.

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  5. Not sure if they have reached the tipping point yet in the USA but Spanish must be approaching the language spoken by most people in that country.

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    1. I think that's mainly in the southern states, some of which, of course used to belong to Mexico.

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  6. Oh dear.

    A pretty good summation of purgatory would be having to listen to that over and over again for an eternity.

    ;-)

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  7. must be fluent in gibberish to understand her

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    1. Some times you ask yourself what John McCain was thinking about having her as his running mate.

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  8. "Some times you ask yourself what John McCain was thinking about having her as his running mate."

    Amantes sunt amentes...

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    1. Is that Gaelic for "burning witches"?

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    2. No, funnily enough, it's Latin. It means, lovers are fools/ lunatics.

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  9. The English have been trying to speak AMERICAN for years, and yet there are still words that they can't even spell correctly. ;-)) Fortunately, there ARE some sensible people in Alaska, and in addition to speaking "American" in the schools, Alaskan law also requires a program of indigenous language instruction in the schools. There are about 20 indigenous languages in Alaska, and about 25% of the K-12 school population are native Americans. Whether Sarah Palin knows this is doubtful. After all, she was only Governor of the state for a while until she quit to become a media celebrity......thanks to the insanity of John McCain.

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    1. ColoUr me guilty of that, My Lord.

      Bless her. I wonder if Sarah actually knows what day it is, never mind what percentage of the population of "her" state speaks "American" as a second language.

      Imagine the lack of judgement of McCain choosing this idiot for VP.

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