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I said "Freedom." I guess I am not sufficiently Palinositous.
I guessed "Fame". Without giving away the answer, I would ask: "Which one?"
Ok...Looking up Family, Faith and Freedom reveals a number of reasons why she may not have gone that route. But the word she choose instead seems likes a clunker.More evidence of a tin ear?Or the crazy fox thing?Once again it looks like she'll be provoking reaction and response.
Meade said "Freedom" first too. Then "Fidelity." I can't tell you what he said next.
I'm with Freedom.
Just look at the answer. Didn't guess that one. Seems out of sorts.
If Meade sprinkled his 3rd choice with a few stars, it could be considered an almost winner!
I'm going with "Stuff".
Freedom sounds "alliterively" appropriate
______I like Freedom better.
Palin seems to value the American citizen that sees his country as a great gift that is owed an intelligent and strong defense when it comes under the usual attacks from jealous European/Roman elites. She is just common, and proud of it. Her laedership will help, but will the dollar currency we exist by even be here at the rate Obama's every policy is choke holding it with debt?
*looks at real title*That's terrible! Although it would be really funny if a third of the book was a scholarly study of the vexillological history of America.
How about the Frozen Tundra(or does Green Bay have a copyright on that phrase?)
One of my personal rules: Do not read any book with the word "Heart" in the title unless it's a cardiology textbook.
Fellatio? Flava?Frankfurters? Fellas? Fauns? Fizzies? -------Okay, the serious answer... Friendship?
My guess was "patriotism" because those are the three things men always answer as the things in order of importance to their lives. I didn't think of alliteration always so attractive for book titles. FAIL! Incidentally, my father really did live that axiom. Family most important ahead of God and nation wasn't just a glib arrangement of values. My brothers and sisters really tested him on that too, not me, of course, I was a precious problem-free dream-child throughout. SHUT UP I was. At any rate, there's another book I won't be reading. I bet it doesn't even pop out.
Shoulda titled it The Audacity of Faith.
"Shoulda titled it The Audacity of Faith."Bodacity of Faith
"Levi"(Oh BTW, that's flautist.)
I said "Football." I was wrong. I liked mine better than the correct one, though.
urping a little in my mouth.Vicki
Flammistas. There's a new Spanish desert place opening up. They are hiring.
I'm going to defend flag. It had to be in some sense an "F" word for "America." Freedom doesn't quite get the job done, Flag does.Just so you know, I'm not all pro-flag because I guessed it, I didn't guess it. It's only in retrospect that that seems the right word.
"I can see November from my house."hee hee.
Shemp.They always forget about Shemp.
Palladian said: Fried Chicken.A much better ending than the one Palin or her editor chose. Deflates the boilerplate title, makes it human.
4 tries? Easy.Guns.Me.My totally hot hubby.Fear.
Ferengi.Forestry.Fluoridation.Flatulence.I like where she could go with the subject matter, but the title is just frakking awful.
victoria said...urping a little in my mouth.Learn to swallow, Vikki.And stop serving up verbal softballs.
"Family, Faith & Insect Repellent" apparently would work too. After all, she's from Alaska.
"Family, Faith & Insect Repellent" apparently would work too. After all, she's from Alaska."America By Heart: Reflections On Family, Faith and Fucking Freezing Our Asses Off Up Here
I peeked. And that's just stupid.
Which flag? It should be Flags or the Flag.
I read over it too fast and didn't pick up on the alliteration device... so I said "Patriotism."At least I get points for being close by getting the theme right, right?
MamaM said... Ok...Looking up Family, Faith and Freedom reveals a number of reasons why she may not have gone that route. But the word she choose instead seems likes a clunker. More evidence of a tin ear? Or the crazy fox thing? Once again it looks like she'll be provoking reaction and response.Given the stink about kids wearing the flag and a kid drawing the flag, I think she's got her finger on the pulse of something rather than making a misstep like you suggest.
Fey.You all forgot about Fey. The word has some creepy etymology that hints nicely at palinsanity. There's also Fey as in the namesake who mocks Palin but who symbolizes the larger world of Palin-haterz who practice the palindrome harass sarah.
Amazing that the National Socialists are still so afraid of a woman they claim to hold in such contempt.
If she's got it by heart, why does she need to write notes on her hand?
Fudd.Elmer.Has anybody seen that mad Awaskan watewy?
Shhh. I'm hunting wabbits.
"Shhh. I'm hunting wabbits."and wolves, fwom a hewicopter!
@Uber I didn't realize until I talked to my son that "crazy like a fox" isn't a current or common phrase. Crazy like a fox: seemingly foolish but in fact very shrewd and cunning. Tin ear: an insensitivity to subtlety or appropriateness in verbal expression
"Balls in my mouth?"
"...being a loser?"*A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in the state finds that just 41% say they would vote for the former Alaska governor if she ran for president in 2012. Forty-eight percent (48%) say they would not vote for Palin, and 11% more are undecided.
Hi Jeremy,Just spread out a little fox scent and you show up.Interesting percentages. If they're correct, it looks like it would be a neck-and-neck race with Obama.And she's not even running (compared with Obama who hasn't stopped).
Ah Jeremy has showed up and blown his load already. What a mess.Regarding the book title - meh.
@MamaM ...I'm familiar with both expressions... But I fumbled on reading comprehension with the short hand "crazy fox"...Sorry about that. :)
Jeremy: Teabaggers, can I suck on your balls?No sicko. You cant suck their balls. So quit asking.
Ohhhhh, Fenny...you pick the wrong name for your group of moron wing nuts and just can't get away from it.Open wide, little man...
If it were ".... Ferris Wheels," I might consider reading it.
Jeremy said... Ohhhhh, Fenny...you pick the wrong name for your group of moron wing nuts and just can't get away from it. Open wide, little man...//Right....because there's absolutely no relevant historical context to the name "tea party" beyond the vulgar pejorative leftists use to smear us with.
Meade's mind was elsewhere ... hey, it's Spring at Meadehouse.
"Which flag?"That you even have to ask...
Flag?Flag???That's just weird and awkward.
I didn't guess it either. But at least Sarah Palin is a welcome diversion from all Kagan all the time.
She is laughing at everyone. Right, left and center.Especially the critics and haters, who fuel her success by forcing nominally conservative folks into sympathy with her. Me, I just don't care enough about what she's selling, which appears to be more of that bromidic, homespun with a vamped-up accent "Americana" horseshit that successful center-right politicians like to bathe in, and that Democrats only pull out during election season to burnish their "God? We love him and the flag too!" credentials (while making themselves look foolish for doing so).Heckuva polity, America!wv: "epurge" -- the virtual corrollary to ebinging.
two comments:1) One obvious answer given her new style of political commentary would have been "Facebook"2) Less than 100 comments for a Palin post. Flavor of the month?
Guessed "foritude"Flag? Eh.
that would be "fortitude"Sorry - trying to type quietly, sleeping hubs.
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