Queen Bee-yatch silently puts up with signing things called “books” before being allowed to retire to her private jet for bourbon and moose jerky.
"She's a lot more relatable than the stereotypical old rich white male," said one furiously-masturbating mouthbreather waiting in line, clutching a copy of "Going Rouge."
The former Alaska governor arrived just before noon. Wearing her trademark red, she took the stage joined by her husband Todd and carrying their
Palin did not address the crowd and did not take questions from reporters. She started signing books immediately.
Fans wanting a signed copy had to purchase it first, from Barnes & Noble, the event's sponsor.