Latest Amazon Review Trolling

12 Nov

This one just got started today.

Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas [Unabridged] [Audible Audio Edition]
by Sarah Palin (Author, Narrator)

http://www.amazon.com/Good-Tidings-Great-Joy-Protecting/dp/B00FJCOEDS/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

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The pinnacle of Western Civilization, November 12, 2013

by Arken

Finally after millennia of trying to get to the crux of our human condition, a mind of ultimate wisdom powered by a voice of persuasive eloquence brings us the single greatest work to come out of the Western tradition. When you were sleep-walking through school and wondering what was the point of all those hard books — why read Aristotle, why read Sartre, why read Shakespeare? Well, here is the answer. All of those lesser lights were preparing us for this. My only regret is that I have now experienced the highest point of my intellectual life without having prepared myself adequately for it. I will need to revisit the entire Western canon and re-read and re-imagine each classic in light of this truly greatest of classics. What the name “Einstein” meant for the 20th Century as an icon for ultimate intelligence, the name “Palin” will mean for this and for every succeeding century as the ultimate in human achievement. I thank God that I walk the earth in the same era as this greatest of the great. The Palin Era is upon us.

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8 Responses to “Latest Amazon Review Trolling”

  1. Aussa Lorens 2013/11/14 at 2:20 pm #

    Hahaha oh my gosh, so much wrong with this!!! And I can’t believe she narrated the thing herself– as though the content won’t be horrifying enough she has to add her voice to the mix? Just because Tina Fey can get away with it does NOT mean Palin can. *shudders*

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    • mieprowan 2013/11/14 at 3:25 pm #

      I hear it includes an anecdote about boiling bear skulls. Should be worth it just for that.

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      • Aussa Lorens 2013/11/14 at 9:01 pm #

        Oh my gosh, I was in walmart tonight (I know, don’t ask, it was a moment of desperation) and in the brief two seconds it took me to pass the book aisle, I TOTALLY saw this book and thought of you. It’s totally a Walmart book, amiright?!

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        • mieprowan 2013/11/14 at 9:21 pm #

          You were in Wal-Mart tonight and looked at a book by Sarah Palin and thought of me? This totally upgrades my entire romantic history.

          Should I ever tire of buying my made-in-China crap direct from China and cross the Wal-Mart threshold again, thoughts of you will flood into my mind…and I will throw myself onto the floor weeping and screaming…

          I actually stole that from a mother who told me once that the first time she took her little boy to Wal-Mart, he took one look and reacted thusly. “Nooooooooo!!!” I love that story, I blog it at the slightest provocation.

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          • Aussa Lorens 2013/11/14 at 9:37 pm #

            Haha you’re hilarious– upgrading your romantic history, pssshh! But yeah– I totally did, and then I heard Sarah Palin’s voice and…. I threw myself onto the floor weeping and screaming …. ;) Great story! I can’t blame the kid!

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          • mieprowan 2013/11/14 at 9:46 pm #

            He turned out to be a real sweetie. Last time I saw him he was about seventeen, a few years back. How the years do go by.

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          • Aussa Lorens 2013/11/14 at 9:54 pm #

            Seriously! *scary* But actually… I like every year more than the last so maybe it’s not such a bad thing.

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