Conor Friedersdorf went to Sarah Palin documentary The Undefeated at midnight last night, and except for two confused women who left after twenty minutes and a couple who showed up for a while in the middle, he was the only one there. His lament:

Instead of researching civil liberties violations, or the war in Libya, or the contest to elect the next president of the United States, I was both a journalist and the only member of the public willfully paying attention to Sarah Palin, as if standing in for the pathologies of my profession.