Sarah Palin drives them crazy
Like, seriously, literally crazy. Shelley Ross, writing in some fringe publication called Newsweek, thinks Palin is slipping subliminal messages into the show:
Watching Sarah Palin’s new reality show Alaska is like listening to Sgt. Pepper. You want to play it again, slow it down and then try it backwards to find the “hidden” messages. For example, while attempting to flee a real mama-grizzly bear by boat, she says, “Of all times, we’re snagged on a rock.” Or did she say, “We’re snagged on Iraq?”
Cuckoo. Or, backwards ookcuc.
Posted by Karol at 11:07 PM
This can work both ways. Reading Shelley Ross’ article on Sarah Palin’s new reality show Alaska is like listening to Sgt. Pepper. The artist, tone, and style are so old, you’re not really sure which era it’s from.
The thing about Ross is that she sounds totally paranoid. Or does she need a hearing aid? Shelley Ross has ranted repeatedly that she was the target of a hate campaign for being an independent woman seeking a career which resulted in her firing from ABC and CBS. As soon as she’s out, she begins targeting Sarah Palin like a hound on scent. Shelley Ross “imagines” quite a lot and publishes it as if she has insight. Shelley Ross sounds more like she used too much acid on her old Sgt Pepper days. Who knows, maybe she’s still getting stoned and replaying the album. I think she’s jealous of Palin, quite frankly.
It’s hard to imagine paying a dollar for something and getting ripped off. But there you are.