Thursday, November 19, 2009

And now for the contest

The rules are simple and only one applys - Come up with a good use for Sarah Palin's book 'Going Rogue". Extra points for the most creative ideas. I'll post the best answers and the winner later and as a bonus you get to copy and paste the award to your blog.



Okay pencils down. Looks like we have all entries in and the winner is (drum roll please)

A toss up: S.W. Anderson said...
Glue them together into building blocks, to be used creating shelters for the homeless.
and
Lockwood said...
I'd like to find out how far they'd extend from the Aleutians toward Australia, if you took every copy and laid them side-by-side starting from, oh, maybe a mile offshore.

Some fine use of such wonderful verbage, paper and glue. Now we could find out just how far it is to Australia in book distance or put them to better use to house the homeless.

9 comments:

an average patriot said...

I would say toilet paper but that would be a real pain in the ass!

S.W. Anderson said...

Glue them together into building blocks, to be used creating shelters for the homeless.

Lockwood said...

I'd like to find out how far they'd extend from the Aleutians toward Australia, if you took every copy and laid them side-by-side starting from, oh, maybe a mile offshore.

Holte Ender said...

I can't resist the chance a super prize:

Donate copies of said book to the Gideon Society so that if they ever run out of Bibles, they place a copy of "Going Rogue" at the bedsides in hotels in Red States.

Bustednuckles said...

Cover it with pitch, staple it to an axe handle and use it for a torch when the power goes out.

Should last a while.
Or,
You could also use it for a wheel chock.

Robert Rouse said...

We plan on using it as a drinking game. The rules are simple: every time Palin blames someone else for her problems, you have to take a shot. I do recommend these sessions should last no longer than one game per chapter - two (maybe) if you're used to doing shots.

MRMacrum said...

Encourage the Texas Board of Education to buy millions to be used in all high school civics classes statewide. It might just elevate the level of knowledge Texas kids have of the world politic.

The added bonus is this wonderful semi autobiographical rundown of a great American Patriot could do double duty as a textbook for the new Diversity curriculum I hear is being considered by Texas so that they don't lose out on any of that Liberal money coming out of DC.

And finally with at least two of the cool subjects covered, just drop all the other textbooks in favor of Sarah's book for all classes. At over 417 pages and given her wonderful handle on Life and all that entails, no other textbook would be needed for anything. After all she actually ran a government you know.

Randal Graves said...

No cash prize? Cheapskate.

Demeur said...

Sorry Randal I tried to get a couple of pairs of her old panties as a prize but it was a no go. She won't send them to a blue state.