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Sarah Palin Interview: How Bristol Palin Got Her Name

by | 5th, February 2009

BRISTOL Palin. Would you? Would you call your daughter Bristol, as in Bristol City? Sarah Palin explains:

Two meanings in Bristol’s name: I worked at the Bristol Inn, and Todd grew up in Bristol Bay. But also, Bristol, Connecticut, is the home of ESPN. And when I was in high school, my desire was to be a sportscaster. ESPN was just kicking off, just getting off the ground, and I thought that’s what I was going to do in life, is be one of the first woman sportscasters. Until I learned that you’d have to move to Bristol, Connecticut. It was far away. So instead, I had a daughter and named her Bristol.

In Austria there’s a town called Fuck. And Ramsbottom is home to the Ramsbottom Bugle.

Sarah Palin is still talking:

Bored, anonymous, pathetic bloggers who lie annoy me.

You turn a girl down politely and she slags you off in the press. (Sarah, call me you have the

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