Skip to comments.(Video) Bristol Palin On The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
Posted on 09/04/2010 8:40:30 AM PDT by MaxCUA
Video of Bristol Palin On The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
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She came across well.
She did come across well and I really loved the cut at Levi about needing to get his GED!!
My opinion of Bristol Palin has just gone up. She should think about running for political office, well spoken, unassuming, sincere, maybe SHE should run for Mayor of Wasilla?
After all, it was a good jumping off point for her Mom, right?
Louis CK was there who had just been “bravely” dissing her Mom all over the internet. That was awkward.
That young woman has poise and character. She made a huge mistake, but I think she’s learning.
I sure hope that “Dancing” won’t be another mistake for her. I know that there are very mean people out to get her family.
(Michael Gross’ yucky stuff in the gross Vanity Fair would prove that, if nothing else did. Seriously, do we believe that Sarah and Todd threw canned goods at each other, dented the refrigerator, but neither one of them was killed? http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2010/10/sarah-palin-201010 Here’s an article on a flat out lie from Gross: http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5h3XJ6YqzSDnv0ILbj-AAS124AELAD9I0OKV80 )
Bristol is just another “famous for being famous” person.
I don’t know who Louis CK is, but if he’s the other guest, neither he nor Bristol extended a hand to the other. He should’ve done it, or on second thought, perhaps it’s the purview of gentlemen.
Louis CK is a vile comedian. He even says filthy things about his own little girl. What a swine.
Pre-PC days, a gentleman never imposes on a woman, it is her prerogative to acknowledge him. A handshake between the sexes is initiated by a woman, if they are good friends, she is the one who offers her cheek for the buss, he does not plant one on her of his own volition. The same rules apply for age, the older of the two, men or women, is the one who initiates the handshake, the one to whom the courtesy is directed.
I don't know how they're teaching it these days.
Ah, okay then -- Bristol has every right not to acknowledge him by offering her hand; it is not rude whatever if she does not.
Hmm. Well, then, good for him for not having imposed on her and good for her for having barely acknowledged him.
I was very impressed at how nice a young lady she is.....speaks well of Mom and Dad
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