The state of Alaska will release thousands of Sarah Palin's emails from her half term as governor, a disclosure that has taken on national prominence due to the media's obsession with her and Palin's potential presidential run.
More than 24,000 pages of Palin emails will be made public in paper form only in Alaska's capital city, Juneau, which is accessible by only air or water.
Yes, Alaska is a real state.
Reporters from several news organizations have already begun arriving and are making various plans to disseminate the emails to the public.
Palin told Fox News Sunday that "every rock" that could have possibly been kicked over to uncover things in her family already has been.
However, "a lot of those emails obviously weren't meant for public consumption" and that people might seek to take some "out of context."
Like the coverup to hide the pregnancy of Bristol Palin and claim the baby was Sarah's own? Just kidding. That was a great rumor, though.