FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Sarah Palin was in Fairbanks speaking at a convention of the Retired Salmon Catchers of Alaska.
After the speaking engagement she was asked by a writer for Political Salad Bar Magazine about the unusually cold winter weather that a lot of the Northern part of the USA has been experiencing this year.
Palin smiled and asked if by Northern she meant states like Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio, New York, Arizona, and Pennsylvania.
The writer identified as Sinclair Petaluma replied yes except for Arizona.
"Snowballs" Palin quickly asked, "Oh so you're one of those anti-Governor Jan Brewer folks are ya?"
"Nope." Came the reply from Mr. Petaluma.
"Well ya know, I don't like people making fun of my geographical knowledge."
Petaluma remarked coyly, "You actually mean to say your LACK of geographical knowledge."
"Okay smarty pants," Palin said, "Tell me is South Carolina on top or on the bottom of North Carolina?"
The writer replied that South Carolina was on the bottom of North Carolina."
"BUZZ! Wrong answer." Palin hollered out. "South Carolina and North Carolina are located right next to each other - side by side as they say in San Francisco."
Petaluma shook his head and simply walked away.