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Algore and Tipper hold Book Signing and Nobody Came
KVI Radio, Seattle. John Carlson Show
| Nov. 22, 2002
Posted on 11/22/2002 3:21:10 PM PST by holyscroller
John just said a station employee's wife just called in from the Issaquah Costco asking if her husband wanted an autographed Algore book. She said The tree and Tipper are sitting there and there are only a couple people there to buy books. Bwahahahahah. I thought this was a "best seller." They have another signing tonight at Elliott Bay Books in Seattle. That should draw a little better among Seattle's Lefties.
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Try as they may, they can't bring this guy back to life. As for me, I can't think of a single thing he might have to say in a book that I would be willing to pay for. Looks like a lot of other people feel the same way.
As for me, I can't think of a single thing he might have to say in a book that I would be willing to pay for.
I can: "I was wrong about absolutely everything. I have decided to take a vow of silence and go live in the Himalayas."
posted on 11/22/2002 3:23:50 PM PST
Sorry to hear there was no Freeping going on.
posted on 11/22/2002 3:23:54 PM PST
It's been said before and bears repeating...
"She said The tree and Tipper are sitting there and there are only a couple people there to buy books. Bwahahahahah"
I love hearing this news! Guess Terry at the DNC is all out of money to pay the rent-a-crowd to come in throngs to buy their stupid book.... LOL!
posted on 11/22/2002 3:26:15 PM PST
There may have been, it's early yet. Several FReepers on the local posting page were talking about this last week.
In this case the lack of a Freep is more telling. He ain't worth the effort. Let him sink into oblivion.
When this tree falls in the woods, nobody will hear it or care!!!
Remember how the dims made Dan Quayle out to be an illrevelant p.o.s.? Everyone ignored him as if once he was out of the V.P. office he had the palgue?
How's it feel there algore? Unloved,unliked,unappreciated, and what's more you are a turd.
Hey, honey-pie...when are we supposed to git on over to the Costco?
posted on 11/22/2002 3:29:20 PM PST
BTW, aren't we getting close to seeing a pair of "best sellers" from the former first reprobates?
I thought I'd read a story a while back that Elliot Bay Books had gone out of business. Premature obit?
No, Elliott Bay is still alive, just purchased by another Leftie bookstore owner, I believe. In any event, every Lib author who comes to town does signings there. It's Lib HQ of the NW.
Truth be told, I have always been very fond of Tipper. I think she is a good person of high moral character.
She is stuck in a bad marraige, but has unflailing loyalty to her moronic, delusional, grandiose, corrupt, obviously medicated, blow hard pitiful excuse for a husband.
posted on 11/22/2002 3:37:25 PM PST
posted on 11/22/2002 3:39:10 PM PST
Freeping Algore is like kicking a crippled dog...not a challenge nor is it fun.
posted on 11/22/2002 3:39:54 PM PST
As of today #1,126 at Amazon.com and rising!
posted on 11/22/2002 3:40:29 PM PST
I just got back from there and I didnt see him, I was going to buy Hanites book and see if he would sign it. Bummer
posted on 11/22/2002 3:41:24 PM PST
Michael Moore's book is back in the top ten again on the N.Y. Times list. WHY? Who keeps buying that thing?!
posted on 11/22/2002 3:43:06 PM PST
To: cmsgop; Registered
You might get a chuckle out of this......
posted on 11/22/2002 3:45:04 PM PST
I have always been very fond of Tipper
Yikes...the woman really gives me the heeby-jeebies.
I would love to see transcripts of the Gore clan 'strategy' meetings. The family is a pack of idiots, and Al's recent political forays are a testament.
You are right about the marriage though -- too bad for Tipper she married a woman.
This is almost as good as seeing Hillary's book on the bargain table ($2.99 IIRC) within months after being published.
posted on 11/22/2002 3:49:04 PM PST
Dear Heaven! An Al Gore book!!! Ponderous? Dull? Soporific? Uh huh. Imagine Tolstoy in Tagalog.
posted on 11/22/2002 3:49:37 PM PST
To: Monti Cello
No, I think you meant a eunuch.
Because Micheal Moore's book placed in front of every chain store and given out like candy to the public, while Sean Hannity's book (if you can find it ) is placed in the 'cooking section'-true story!
posted on 11/22/2002 3:51:21 PM PST
I gotta bump this because IT FEELS SO GOOD!
posted on 11/22/2002 3:54:42 PM PST
by Lady Jag
posted on 11/22/2002 3:55:44 PM PST
Yeah, but you think they'd get a few more people just out of morbid interest. You know, the way people flock to a
car accident down the street.
"Al Gore who?"
posted on 11/22/2002 3:59:25 PM PST
An Al Gore book!!! Ponderous? Dull? Soporific? Uh huh. Imagine Tolstoy in Tagalog.
Funny, very funny!
I personally would rather give myself an appendectomy with a rusty spoon than read one paragraph of Gorebot bilge.
The only thing worse is to listen to Gore's moronic, sing song, condescending robo-speech. EEEEEEEK! Like chalk scratching a blackboard!
posted on 11/22/2002 3:59:43 PM PST
True story -- my hubby went to the local barnes and noble to get the Sean Hannity book for me -- Michael Moore's book was right in front -- big sign, big display -- Sean's book was NOWHERE to be found -- DH finally asked a cleark about Sean's book -- she shrugged and said it was somewhere around -- finally found it UNDER a table ! My husband asked why Michael Moore's book was right in front, while Hannity's was hidden -- clerk mumbled something about going by the "bestseller list". Hubby marched to the front, got a copy of the NY Times and showed her that Hannity's book was 1st -- she then said "well, we go by the best sellers in OUR store" !!! Hubby asked her how in the world did they expect to sell a book when it was UNDER a table !! Grrrr !!
posted on 11/22/2002 4:00:01 PM PST
Just for comparison: In 1993 or 1994, former VP Dan Quayle had a book signing in Colorado Springs. I bought his book and stood in a very long line to get to him, which wrapped all around the store and outside the mall. (And this was the guy all the liberals demonized as being stupid.)
posted on 11/22/2002 4:00:11 PM PST
He does. He's going to give them as Christmas gifts.
posted on 11/22/2002 4:04:46 PM PST
Bookstores do that all the time. Why, who knows. When you ask for a book that was just published because you can't see it on the shelves, they check their computer and then go out to the loading dock and return with a copy of the book. Amazing. They did that with Rush's books at first, but then set them out on display because they were popular books in this town and they got tired of going out to the loading dock every ten minutes.
MM might be doing like the Scientologists and buying the books himself.
Was it under a table in the children's section?
posted on 11/22/2002 4:12:32 PM PST
Isn't he that Viet Nam hero who stopped a bullet with his skull? You know, the self inflicted one. I think he's the same guy who invented the Internet AND "THE KISS." Does that help? LOL
Having read these posts, I wonder if it's the bookstores, or the people who work in them? Most bookstores are large chains out to make money, but their employees are as likely as not to be liberals, espcially in liberal enclaves. They probably aren't very well paid, and their loyalties are unlikely to be to some distant company headquarters.
posted on 11/22/2002 4:15:44 PM PST
posted on 11/22/2002 4:17:07 PM PST
All the bookstore clerks are university students. English majors. Not an R among 'em.
Same at Sam Goody's, all music majors, all liberals, greens.
I don't think I'd take one of these books even if somebody gave it to me. Books take up space, after all. I certainly can't see myself trying to read either one. And, as for selling it, that takes a bit of time and effort, and there's no guarantee anybody would buy.
But why are English and music majors leftists? I was a classics major. Why should that be any different?
I have been a fan of Cigar Aficianado since its 1st issue. I always bought it at the same store. I went in to the store to get the issue with Rush on the cover. I searched and searched and couldnt find it. No big deal, probably sold out, as could be expected.
So I go up to the counter and ask if they have the new Cigar Aficianado. The guy behind the counter asks me, "The one with Limbaugh on the cover?" with a very sour attitude. I said yes. He told me to wait a minute and went into THE BACK ROOM! He came out with a copy and put it on the counter and said "we don't sell many copies of this magazine" as he rang me up. I told him I buy it here every 3 months when it comes out and it is always on the rack. Why is this issue in the back room? He didnt have an answer.
I was a classics major
That's completely different. Pre-decadent lit, right? The Aeneid, Dante, Chaucer, good old-fashioned ethics. Not like this new stuff that twists the political psyche into Orwellian pretzels.
I think rush said it was 847 on the list or something close to that at the booksellers
...I was going to buy Hanites book and see if he would sign it. Bummer
An Ann Coulter book in addition would have been another nice dagger in his lowley, vast left wing extremist heart.
Did they blame Rush?
Maybe he should offer to autograph copies of "Love Story" or "The Internet for Dummies". Maybe he could just order a pizza and work on a new beard for a few hours.
Thanks , I had no idea,........But In this case a slow Death is better than FReeping......
posted on 11/22/2002 5:06:11 PM PST
Dog: Hey, lady, what's up with this tree? I was just about to relieve myself when it moved!
The only way gore is going to get a crowd around him at Costco is to give out Wing-Ding samples.
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