has asked the Washington Post to regain its credibility.
Isn't this like Messalina asking Catherine the Great to regain her virginity?
By the way, Sarah Palin has her own teevee channel
now, which she says will go "beyond the sound bites." It's for people who consider Fox News too cerebral. Some of the comments here
are pretty amusing:
Will it have English subtitles?
Every time someone mentions her TV show I have to say this. Sara was canceled after the first season; Here Come Honey Boo Boo was renewed.
She says "Together, we'll go beyond the sound bites" which is hilarious because her entire vocabulary literally consists of sound bites.
This image appears on the front page of her TV channel site
. The phrase should be "Me neither."
The rule is this: One should use the word "either" if the preceding statement contains a negation. Thus, if someone says "I don't recall when that
happened" and you wish to express agreement, you would say: "Me either." But if the preceding statement does not contain a negation ("Remember when that
happened?"), your response should use "neither," a word which is itself a negation.
Can you think of a way to phrase the preceding paragraph in terms that Sarah Palin would understand? Me neither.