Note: Tomorrow's post will review Relatively Journalizing's Sarah Palin coverage and talk about what will not be breaking news by the time it runs, but I will include some links to address three more issues affecting the Palin family's image.I must apologize to Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential nominee, and her daughter Bristol, for my comments in an earlier blog post where I related her daughter, Bristol, to NASCAR.
It turns out Bristol, in this case, has nothing to do with NASCAR at all. Here's apparently what her kids' names mean.
Well, I guess Bristol, Trig, Track, Willow and Piper are elves, who obviously will have many adventures to Narnia and Middle-earth. Or, perhaps, this is just common for how people name their children in Canada, where Palin is governor. Huh? Alaska? Oh, right, of course, I knew that.
Here's my own analysis:
Bristol — She will be the next Danica Patrick.
Trig — If he's not good at math, he'll get made fun of. Period.
Track — I wonder if he's going to be on a tank in Iraq? If so, they'll probably make him change its tracks and just laugh.
Willow — A dwarf, actually, not an elf. Here's proof.
Piper — Well, at least the Palin kids are talented. I sure would love to hear Piper's musical abilities at work.
And just to add to everything, pregnant daughter Bristol's husband-to-be is named Levi, so at least they know the baby will never go without jeans to wear.