Saturday, November 13, 2010

richardporter's Favorite Movies Set In Alaska

1) Quitting The Governorship - The film tells the story of woman
stuggling to feed her family on $120,000 a year until she
discovers how to make $12,000,000 a year instead.

2) Phonetics and Semantics With Sarah Palin - This film shows
how one woman with few ideas one day learns to say socialism,
communism, and you betcha without laughing out loud, and
parlays this into a bid for the White House.

3) Going Rogue - The film "Going Rogue" subcaptioned from
the Wasillian, is a 3 hour long monologue, spoken in one unbroken
paragraph, about a family's unrequited love for a mentally
handicapped woman.

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