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Man Actually Reads Sarah Palin's Book, Makes Shocking Discoveries
Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue" contains many passages that are either deeply disturbing or extremely odd, according to a man who actually read the entire book.
32 year-old Nathan Porter, the St. Paul, Minnesota resident who opened the book and took the time to read each of its 432 pages, claims the ex-Alaskan Governor's autobiography is, "Pretty messed up."
"I was expecting the whole thing to be about her life and politics and stuff like that, but after about 80 pages it got kind of weird," Porter recounted, "One chapter was all about her telephone – that she has a telephone and that it has a lot of features. She went on to describe what the features were, and how she uses them. Then it became a bunch of random words for awhile, then long strings of random letters."
After another semi-coherent chapter about being the mother of a child with Down Syndrome near the book's middle, Porter says "Going Rogue" takes a dark turn.
"In the middle of Chapter 12 there's something called 'The Call of Lilith' that is written in Latin or Egyptian or something, so I couldn't really understand it."
Transcribed as: "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Lilit R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtan. Ia! Ia! Lilit fhtagn. Lilit R'lyeh fhtagn", the Call of Lilith is an invocation of Lilith, a female Mesopotamian storm demon associated with wind, illness and death.
"I found that unexpected," Porter remarked.
Still, Porter counts himself as a fan of Palin despite his bewildering literary experience, and hopes to have the opportunity to vote for her for President in 2012.
"She's like a rock star for the conservative movement," said Porter.
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