Possibly Google-eyed

Sarah Palin looks away from the screen for just a moment:

Sarah Palin at the computer

Took me five tries to get this particular frame frozen. I plead high levels of distraction. (Click for HD [2 MB].)


  1. Tatyana »

    16 November 2010 · 4:19 pm

    what an incredibly boring office

  2. CGHill »

    16 November 2010 · 5:29 pm

    Not much to it, for sure. I’ve already received a tweet to the effect that the cabinetry is unsightly.

  3. Tatyana »

    16 November 2010 · 5:56 pm

    I will withhold the judgeship on that; too often in my practice I’ve seen women giving over tactical advantage to men (like planning and devising cabinetry…) to gain a strategic win.

  4. Tatyana »

    16 November 2010 · 5:57 pm

    judgment, I mean

  5. CGHill »

    16 November 2010 · 6:11 pm

    Then there was Steven Wright’s joke about studying carpentry at Harvard: “I make kitchen cabinets that cost $58,000.” Nowadays, that’s not even a joke.

  6. fillyjonk »

    16 November 2010 · 6:31 pm

    I’m not gonna comment on the home office, other than to say it’s larger than my home office. And a lot less cluttered, but that’s probably because of the cabinets.

  7. CGHill »

    16 November 2010 · 7:43 pm

    Well, I thought it was pretty obvious that I didn’t post this to show off her office, but heck, if the thread drifts, I go with it.

  8. Jeffro »

    16 November 2010 · 7:52 pm

    Office? Furniture? Really?

  9. Tatyana »

    17 November 2010 · 7:24 am

    Chaz – you didn’t post it to get us discuss her thighs instead, did you? Personally, I have my own; no surprise there.
    Of course, Jeffro might feel otherwise.

    Or your point was the size of her monitor?

  10. CGHill »

    17 November 2010 · 7:32 am

    That is a big damn screen.

  11. Mark Alger »

    17 November 2010 · 8:11 am

    Considering EVERYTHING you have in Alaska has to be imported on high-cost transport, I’d guess those are “high end” — i.e., Kraft Maid a la Home Despot — cabinets. Stock sizes, picked because they’d fit in the space.


  12. Mark Alger »

    17 November 2010 · 8:11 am

    Love the “stemware” tag. Heh.


  13. fillyjonk »

    17 November 2010 · 8:45 am

    Huh. I didn’t even notice her legs. I guess I was only looking at the cabinets.

  14. CGHill »

    17 November 2010 · 9:04 am

    We all have our priorities.

  15. Brian J. »

    17 November 2010 · 9:37 am

    You clear off desks and whatnot before any visitors or photoshoot to ensure that nothing embarrassing or particularly revealing displays lest someone click into the high def picture and look to see if anything does.

    Nothing does.

  16. Vickie »

    18 November 2010 · 8:00 am

    Personally I think the woman would be a whole lot hotter with different glasses. There are some pretty awesome frames out there today that she doesn’t have to wear those boring rims.
    I’m loving all the hate on her. I think it’s funny as hell to watch people despise an intelligent, gorgeous, moral, priorities-straight woman.

  17. zigzag »

    18 November 2010 · 3:41 pm

    There, THERE, is my grey hoodie !

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