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Levi Johnston’s TV Commercial: He Does It With Protection

levijohnstonHuffington Post—Levi Johnston is in a television commercial! He demonstrates how to crack a pistachio, and he does it “with protection”–of a bodyguard, that is, because he is such a big celebrity he can’t even eat a nut without sending the paparazzi into hysterics.

Levi’s commercial is part of Wonderful Pistachio’s $15 million ad campaign to help the pistachio industry recover from a nationwide recall due to salmonella poisoning earlier this year. Other marginal celebrities such as Wee-Man, Christopher Knight and Adrianne Curry, and the Denny quintuplets are featured in other ads.

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The Real Story Behind the “Rogue” in Sarah Palin’s New Book.

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Going Rouge

Going Rogue

Sarah Palin apparently hopes to make the term “rogue” impish and endearing, and hopes it will help her sell a lot of books. But that term is no such thing to many Alaskans. It wasn’t “cute” when it was used as a finely sharpened tool in the Palin toolbox, used to malign the characters of those who stood in the way of her power scramble to become the Vice President of the United States.
She may have fooled her ghost writer, and the folks at Harper-Collins, and she may fool many of those in the Lower 48 who will wait on line for their copy of Going Rogue, but she will not fool Alaskans. Read more@: The Mudflats
Tiptoeing Through the Muck of Alaskan Politics

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