Sarah Palin now claims that her use of “refudiate” (sic) was a typo.
While in the car, Sarah also talked to Todd about the time she tweeted the word “refudiate”. “I pressed an F instead of a P and people freaked out," said Sarah, pointing out that her blunder was the second-most-searched word on Google trends. “Make lemonade out of lemons,” said Sarah.
Not only are “F” and “P” nowhere near each other on a keyboard, they aren’t even typed with the same hand.
Her explanation also doesn't comport with her use of the word on the Hannity show.
Also, she must have forgotten, when the refudiate kerfuffle erupted, that she tweeted,
“Refudiate,” “misunderestimate,” “wee-wee'd up.” English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too. Got to celebrate it!
You know why telling the truth is always easier than telling a lie? There’s less to remember.
Gothamist reports that the car on Joralemon wrecked by a plough yesterday was city-owned. Maybe that explains the ‘who-gives-a-sh*t attitude’? May it warm the soul of the owner of the car in front of the Explorer, which also took a hit.
Above and below, this was my street this morning. Down at the end of the block, is an abandoned car. Hopefully no one will need a fire truck or an ambulance anytime soon.
This is in front of the Clark Street subway station...
Below is Broadway and 95th street. Traffic was moving, but this guy ain’t going nowhere. This is in front of a McDonald’s, where I stopped to get coffee. Also getting coffee, happened to be Dianne Wiest.
Brooklyn Heights Blog has pics (and now video) of a tow-truck working to extricate a Sanitation bull-dozer from a drift, and in the process, f*cking up two parked cars. Your tax-payer dollars, hard at work. Great narration on the video.
OK, December wasn’t a banner month for New York City’s Ivy League institution. First, you had the political science professor having sex with his daughter, then the bust of a bunch of Columbia frat boys alleged to be small-time campus drug dealers.