Sarah Palin sold 300,000 copies of Going Rogue on its first day of sale, duff McDonald has learned.
duff McDonald is a contributing editor at New York magazine and a former contributing editor at Condé Nast Portfolio.
duff McDonald compared our taxpayer portfolio with the S&P 500—and discovered just how bad an investment junk companies can be.
Like many of the competitors, neither she nor duff is concerned about winning, only with finishing.
In this week's Newsweek, duff McDonald pieces together the Palin scion's earnings.
duff, duf, n. dough: a stiff flour pudding boiled in a bag; decaying vegetable matter, fallen leaves: coaldust.
duff, however, remembered that John was nephew to an explorer.
Other witnesses observed her leave duff's, and walk with a hasty step direct to the field road, and turn down it.
“He means dem and duff,” explained the Court Glover, considerately.
Followed by his adherents, duff took a few quick strides forward.
"buttocks, rump," 1830s, of unknown origin.
The buttocks; rump; ass: A bunch of lazy guys sitting around on our duffs
[1830s+; origin uncertain; perhaps black slang for fud, ''buttocks,'' attested by 1785; perhaps fr duff, ''a (sailors') pudding boiled in a bag,'' which bag may have suggested a human fundament in shape; in this sense duff is a Northern pronunciation of dough]