Southland Tales (2006) (part 4 of 10)

A logo America Votes! appears on screen, as an anchorwoman reports on Sen. Frost’s visit to von Westphalen’s tidal power plant. In the corner of the screen, we see his campaign sign again, which uses the same color and fonts as the Bush/Cheney signs. Subtlety!

Nana Mae watches this report from her control room. The report goes on to talk about Neo-Marxist cells trafficking in human fingers to swing the election.

Cut to Sen. Frost, still in the Baron’s conference room, where he and John Larroquette watch the newscast on a laptop. Frost, for some reason, holds a copy of Krysta Now’s album, which is titled Teen Horniness is Not a Crime. He mumbles, “Never said it was.”

Caption contributed by Jessica

Alternate title: The Ballad of Bristol Palin.

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Jessica Ritchey

Born in Western North Carolina, Juniper was discovered in a filthy shack in the lovely Blue Ridge Mountains, speaking a made up language to a tattered rag doll, her only companion. Her social skills have improved little in the intervening years. She is currently making flailing efforts at being a freelance writer. One of history's supreme procrastinators she plans on writing a book about it someday.

Multi-Part Article: Southland Tales (2006)

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