Sunday, November 28, 2010

Sarah and sockeye

Tonight on the TLC channel, "Sarah Palin's Alaska" will feature the family's salmon setnet operation on Bristol Bay. Here's a preview.


Anonymous said...

TLC, with Sara Palin?

Will they also be educating us on how Sara's Board of Fish operates, with the Chairman, in his set net skiff?

Will we learn, about her re-allocation plans, using those systems thrown out in another BOF case in a previous occasion?

What will we learn from The Learning Channel, that old plantation economy from Sara Palin's Executive Branch?

The old Sara Palin, with her Sharecropper System, implemented by her Board, shown best at the Anchorage Hilton.

Just go ask you Local Native Leadership Team.

Wards Cove Packing showing it has never changed. GO! Sara GO!

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a facially neutral employment practice may be deemed violative of Title VII without evidence of the employer's subjective intent to discriminate that is required in a "disparate treatment" case.

Ante at 645-646. It then departs from the body of law engendered by this disparate [p679] impact theory, reformulating the order of proof and the weight of the parties' burdens. Why the Court undertakes these unwise changes in elementary and eminently fair rules is a mystery to me.

I respectfully dissent.

The Mystery Girl's dream boat Vince Webster at the BOF!

Anonymous said...

That made a lot of sense.

Anonymous said...

On drugs it makes total sense.

Anonymous said...

It's drugs, and drunks that make total sense.

Denby Lloyd will retire effective Dec. 1 as commissioner of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

He made his plans known today in an e-mail to staff.

Lloyd is facing a drunk driving charge in Juneau.

Anonymous said...

I see, so Denby Lloyd is popping pills and commenting about Sarah on deckboss?

I guess it's better to drive a computer badly than to drive a car badly.

Anonymous said...

drunk blogging what fun

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed the show. Exposing americans to a wild alaskan salmon fishery is a good thing.

Anonymous said...

I didn't see the show, but continually exposing Americans to a nit-wit, don't-sock-it-to-me-or I'll-quit Alaskan is not a good thing.

Anonymous said...

Sarah is hardly a nit-wit. She has done well for herself and has a nice family. Todd and her have worked for what they have and aren't living off the tax-payer. I applaud their success in the free market.

Obama never finished his term as a senator, yet Sarah is the quitter??

Anonymous said...

You're right, my mistake, she's not a nit-wit.

I really meant to write "half-wit."

(In fact, "nit-wit-ism," and "half-wit-ism," is not an uncommon affliction of many financially succesful celebrities.)

When she was running for governor, I asked her her opinion about Pebble mine, she said she didn't know anything about about it, including where it is located!

Does dim bulb ring a bell?

Anonymous said...

Right....she doesn't live off of tax payers. She's a real smart woman...LMAO

Anonymous said...

Ok genius, how is she living off the tax payer? She has made her millions in the free market, I have no problem with that. The Palins have worked much harder in the private sector to support their family than the average career democrat politicians from Illinois or Arkansas.