With the Vice Presidential debate tonight there’s no better time than now to begin our foray into hard-hitting political commentary. After much consideration we decided that the only suitable place to begin is with the 1984 Miss Alaska swimsuit competition…
Man, do we have a lot of unanswered questions after watching that. Namely:
- When do you think Todd Palin started pushing for Sarah to get a pair of fakies? ’96? ’97? He must still be so bummed that didn’t work out.
- Where the hell did they hold the Miss Alaska pageant, the Cotton Club? That stage and band are just asking for someone to break out a jive.
- When did Al Gore invent the two-piece? Must have been post 1984. So much greener than the one-piece.
- Where’s Mario Lopez? Are these sorts of pageants even allowed to take place without him in attendance?
- Was some dude’s job pinning ribbons on the thighs of all the contestants? If so, that seems like a pretty sweet gig.
- Haven’t we waited long enough for 80’s hair to make a comeback? We were to understand fashion trends were cyclical. Life would be A LOT easier for us if we didn’t have to scavenger for porn from 1986.
- Is being recognized by Who’s Who Magazine really a pageant-worthy accomplishment? Doesn’t that just mean your mom made the check out for the right amount?
- And when is Larry Flynt’s take on Palin coming out again? It sounds very intriguing. Kind of like a documentary, except with anal.