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Monday, October 22, 2012

Willow Palin really is going to hair school?


Willow Palin competed in a Vidal Sassoon inspired Bob Competition at Penrose Academy in Scottsdale, Arizona.

I'm surprised Willow actually enrolled in "hair school", cuz Bristol never did after she said she was going to become an aesthetician which requires school.

I'm going to be blunt here, but Willow is the first child of a major political candidate to do something like this.  Joe Biden's sons Hunter and Beau are attorneys and daughter Ashley is a social worker.  Liz Cheney went to law school and later worked for the state department.  Mary Cheney has a business degree and worked for the Colorado Rockies.  Chelsea Clinton was a Rhodes Scholar, is pursuing a doctorate and worked for a consulting firm.  One of Al Gore's daughters is an attorney and another is a novelist.  Alexandra Kerry is a film maker and Vanessa Kerry is a doctor

Jenna Bush is a teacher and Barbara has worked with several non profit groups.

All of these kids have bachelors degrees and some have masters, while one has a Dr's and another one is pursuing a doctorate.  None of the Palin kids have gone on to a four year college.  Maybe Piper and Trig will break that tradition.

There is nothing wrong with going to hair school.  You would think Sarah would encourage her kids to do more, but she is just as lazy.

31 comments:

  1. I feel sorry for all the Palin kids.

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  2. Willow basically dropped out of high school as soon as she could and got her GED (or completed a bare minimum on-line high school degree as quickly as possible).

    The problem isn't hair school. The problem is that she isn't equipped with the basic knowledge all adults should have.

    Even a two year college degree gives you skills in written and oral communication and reading comprehension and a foundation in history, political science, biology, chemistry, sociology, psychology.

    Sarah and Todd have never made education a priority in their kids' lives. Every one of the Palin children have been moved around, taken out of school, allowed to miss for frivolous reasons. We see it now with Piper. Sarah and Todd are basically saying school isn't as important as television appearances and Hollywood parties.

    There's nothing wrong with wanting to be a stylist and there's nothing wrong with hair school. But, I have to say there is something wrong in this day and age for an ex-Governor and candidate for VPOTUS to have three older children with dubious high school careers and absolutely no interest in higher education.

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  3. Look up Penrose Academy. They require a high school diploma or equivalent, and THREE YEARS' of work experience. Now tell me, what has Willow done since she was 15 that gave her that qualification, even assuming that she actually has some sort of high school diploma? Something is fishy here, but isn't that always the case with this family?

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    1. They're all hardass workers. Beating fish with bats, shootin' guns, this is ridiculous.

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    2. The three year's work experience is required for instructors, not students.

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  4. Tundra Turd will "verify" that Willow worked for one of their sketchy LLC's or SarahPac. AZ has at least one online high school diploma mill.

    I hope Willow can make a go of it and be her own person. Getting free from that dysfunctional, crazy family will be her only salvation.

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  5. The Palin kids prefer earning bucks instead of working hard and getting a regular education like their peers. It wasn't surprising that Willow didn't know what Syria is due to her lack of intelligence which she inherited from her mother. Most parents would feel ashamed of seeing their kids as failures but in the case of Todd and Sarah, they don't care about the importance of going to college because they're bad role models and that's why their children aren't successful no matter what they do. Piper is only 11 and in a few years she'll be another dropout like her older siblings.

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  6. You're all making some pretty lofty judgments considering your ignorance on such matters. 1. All the kids have had jobs since they were on legal age to work. 2. Track attended school normally, with slight interruption senior year in regards to hockey. Bristol was a good student who homeschooled her senior year. Theres also no reason to think Bristol won't become what she ONCE said. She is friends with her boss's family (his daughter is Tripp's "girlfriend.") She definitely is grounded and started creating a stable path since her son's birth. Taking a couple LA opportunities doesn't interrupt that in a major way, not when Tripp is always surrounded byt he same people and all those people love him (ie dwts friends, AZ friends...) Willow chose to homeschool with a friend in the middle of her Jr year. Piper is attending school normally and is engaged in normal activities like sports and instruments. Keep in mind event the oldest Palin is still young. They could change their mind like we all do. Why not lose the judgment and the stalker tendencies and let people live their lives. I don't understand why you think you know people just from reading a few rag article. True, this family's People interviews typically come/are true so you know a bit about them, but it's like you aren't treating them like normal people who change their mind.

    Keep in mind that homeschooling in Alaska is common just because of school ridiculousness. More and more people wish to graduate early to start working. Remember, Willow ditched her first ever boyfriend this year because he was holding her back, though she's still friends with his family, who love her. Also, it isi mportant to remember that when you're famous in a high school, kids are even more catty and will try to bring you down with the most elaborate, nasty rumors and lies spread. That is not just a Palin thing. I saw it firsthand in my high school. Kids are jealous and perceive these people differently. And when you have media people walking around handing out large sums of money for a quote on certain people, it creates an even worse place to be and even more lies and exaggerated stories.

    Comparing people is stupid and if YOU compare yourself to others and measure your happiness based on that, you will be unhappy in the end. I have an AA in business and have a portfolio worth about 5 million. If I would have followed in my classmates footsteps and become a PhD snob like everyone's parents because it's the "thing" to do where i grew up, I would probably have been unhappy. But who knows. I don't begrudge anyone for doing what makes them happy. I disapprove of people who are so judgmental (and hypocritical) that they perpetuate elitism and copycat careers.

    You know nothing about anyone other than yourself and your family, and most of the time, you probably don't know the deep thoughts of even your own family.

    Remember that before you judge. Remember that the next time you wish to put someone in a tiny box.

    ^The above is true. Accept or not, but it is accurate. I don't play games, nor do I create my personal fictional mythologies like certain anti-palin critics. I learn things from the horse's mouth.

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    1. Also keep in mind that when Bristol gave that intouch interview in late 2011(?), Willow had already applied to Penrose and has just taken her senior pictures. Then, in March this year, she and her parents went on that Nascar excursion in what now appears to have been a grad present. One month after that, she started at Penrose.

      ^I am not claiming to be an omnipresent being who knows all details of people'slives. I can just put 2 and 2 together and read the subject's own words, not to mention observe the many public pictures at public events. It's easy to see truth in my comments when you think objectively and put things together. You just have to lose the blind hate.

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    2. Are you paid by the word or the line? Or in a lump sum for a whole essay?

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    3. You belong in a tiny box with rubber walls, Dopey.

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    4. Good LORD! Krusty is off her meds....AGAIN! What a load of bullshit and lies she's spewing! WUA....I don't think a room made of rubber will be able to contain ALL of Krusty's crazy! She's needs an auditorium! LOL!!

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    5. Gina, I was actually thinking of a C-train to China.

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  7. Yeah, "common sense," I don't believe your little essay about your personal wealth and prosperity, although being independently wealthy would explain how you are able to constantly monitor the Palins' activities and defend them on blogs as well as stay up all night to vote over and over again for Bristol on DWTS (too bad she was picked last and then tossed out). Of course, it's just as (read: more) likely that you are unemployed, on government assistance, and under a doctor's care for OCD.

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  8. Stalker say what???

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  9. Fact: kids who miss a lot of school do worse throughout their education than other kids.

    Fact: young kids whose parents take them out of school for non-illness reasons (vacations, etc), are more likely to cut school later on because they haven't been taught by their parents that missing school is a big deal.

    Fact: Track, Bristol, and Willow were all sent to live with other family or friends during some point and had interrupted high school educations.

    Fact: The only proof we have that Bristol was a "good student" is her mother's word. Her written and oral communication skills seem to prove otherwise.

    Fact: Willow graduated early from High School after being "home schooled" by two parents who don't care about monitoring their kids behavior or education. Bristol was also "home schooled" by the same parents.

    Fact: Bristol took the easy way out to pursue fame and easy cash, sacrificing her son's privacy and, given his behavior on her reality tv show, emotional well-being.

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  10. http://www.flickr.com/photos/84470274@N02/

    Gotta respect parents who let their kids live freely with guidance that keeps them on the right path. But at the forefront is the notion that family is always there and is most important in one's life.

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    1. I guess our definitions of "the right path" are different, but I'd prefer that my children were not having co-ed overnight camping trips with their boyfriends when they are 15 years old, etc., etc..

      Of course, Bristol being allowed (because her parents didn't care to know where she was or what she was doing) to have sex with her boyfriend whenever, wherever, is what led her to get pregnant, have a baby, get famous, make money, so...maybe if you're a Palin or a Palin apologist, that IS the "right path." I mean, if your ultimate end goal is to be rich and famous for doing nothing, then "You are TERRIFIC parents, Sarah and Todd!"

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    2. Nothing says letting kids live life freely better than the kids cruizing on the MV Pacifica. Juneau Harbor at night. Good times!

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    3. WTF? Who are you talking about? BWAAHAAHAAHAAHAA!!!
      Poor Dope-On-A-Rope!

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    4. I just went to that link. WTF! STALKERESQUE!

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    5. And a stranger making ignorant comments about people she's never met is LESS creepy?
      It's JUST AS CREEPY if not more.

      Get a life SPHASH and anonymous.

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    6. Link already pulled.

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    7. Krusty confuses Baldy and the Toad's "indifference" as "living freely"...stupid ass Krusty!

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  11. Keep in mind these are Alaskans and they are no different from anyone else who either forgoes (for the time being) higher education in the traditional (whatever that means) sense to pursue something that will enable them to live in Alaska. You can have all the advanced degrees in the world, but living in Alaska, most of them wouldn't help you to live the most prosperous life possible. Why do you think there are so many dental hygiene students, cosmetology students, and slope/pipeline workers? Unless you work for the state in some capacity, which many teens and 20somethings do, you need PRACTICAL skills and common sense. You all talk like you're these highly accomplished, not-a-care-in-the-world, perfect specimens of man - when you literally seem to be forever at your cmputer passing judgment on people you have no idea how to understand, let alone know.

    It's highly amusing how outsiders have no idea how to survive in Alaska, but it's good more and more people are learning and loving our state. Anchorage (sort of), Wasilla, Homer, Eagle River... are all wonderful places when all is said and done.

    Strangers to this state need to not judge its people and land. I don't judge the lower 48's infamous cities and their stereotypes. Alaska, Wasilla and even native villages aren't different from your hometown. They all consist of people who work to survive.

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    1. Are you serious? You act like people in Wasilla have to snowshoe twenty miles to the nearest outpost to trade pelts and reindeer jerky for flour and sugar. Last time I looked, Wasilla had a healthy dose of fast food restaurants and big box stores.

      As for your bizarrely romantic description of the prospects of young suburban Alaskans, how is that different from most small and medium size towns in the US (your rant is contradictory and confusing)? I grew up in a rural small town surrounded by farmland. I also had parents who stressed education, no matter what we ultimately wanted to do with our lives.

      Just because a person wants to become a hygienist or cosmetologist or oil worker, doesn't mean he or she doesn't need to know how to speak and write legibly and have some kind of educational foundation of the world.

      You sell these kids short. They don't need four year degrees. But a solid high school education and some college classes do wonders for most individuals.

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    2. Kaleigh ShepherdOctober 22, 2012 11:16 AM

      Who's name did you steal this time Krusty? As usual...it doesn't matter what name you go by...WE can ALL tell it's your crazy ass writing these nonsensical diatribe about an Alaska that doesn't exist except in your twisted ass mind!

      Get some help stalker!

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  12. I love how it's called "Penrose Academy," all hoity-toity sounding, but Sarah Palin called it "hair school."

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  13. Wasilla has a Wal-Mart.

    Sorry, you don't get to claim Wasilla as some kind of last frontier when you have a Wal-mart.

    Ivyfree

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  15. I think all you "tolerant" Palin haters must have a really crappy lives

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