Monday, December 27, 2010

Palin Chainsaw Massacre: Just What I've Always Wanted to Do to Get Close to Nature -- Hack Down a Giant Tree with a Chainsaw!




That was Sarah Palin on this weekend's episode of her reality series, Sarah Palin's Alaska, as she tried to do her best logger impersonation by using a giant chainsaw to chop down a tree. Leatherface would be proud. For good measure, she also tried to operate some of the heavy machinery, using a hauler to move the giant trees around once they'd been cut.

Palin also used the occasion to get a blast in on environmentalists, whom she says are always sending her "nasty letters." She says that they're hypocrites because their letters use tree products -- pencil and paper. Really? Who the hell ever uses a pencil apart from a grade schooler or a sketch artist?

Regardless, there is apparently only one episode left of her reality show. Maybe she will try to extrapolate some of her newly found chainsaw skills into other areas. Working a guest shift in a slaughterhouse or butcher shop comes to mind. Or how about a shift cutting hair at the local beauty parlor?

Heck, she could even try to take things big time by answering a casting call when Hollywood invariably remakes the film Scarface. Although, when it comes to the prospect of seeing Sarah Palin in a shower scene, that's not quite what many of us previously had in mind.

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/chainsaw-wielding-sarah-palin-complains-about-conservationists-with-their-pretty-little-pencils/
http://www.politico.com/click/stories/1012/palin_knocks_conservationists.html

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  1. Postscript: A saw an item tonight on CNN.com entitled "More Bad News for Sarah Palin," which might as well be CNN's recurring headline for Palin stories. It had polling data indicating that Obama has increased his already big lead over Palin in a head-to-head matchup in 2012. Looks like this reality series hasn't done much for Palin's polling numbers, although it has been good for some laughs and funny images (probably not what she had in mind when signed on).

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