Hillary Clinton is planning to visit the Hudson Valley, but don't expect to spend much time with her.

As we reported earlier, the former Senator and Secretary of State will be a special guest at Oblong Books in Rhinebeck on December 7 to promote her book "What Happened," which recalls her recent defeat during the 2016 presidential election.

Tickets for the event were being sold for $33, which includes a copy of the book and a chance for Clinton to personally sign it. Those tickets quickly sold out. If you were one of the lucky fans to get one, however, don't get too excited about spending time chatting with Clinton.

The Hudson Valley News Facebook page recently claimed to have uncovered the details of the book signing. According to a post on their page, the plan is to have 1,200 people meet Clinton during the two-hour event. The news site calculated that each fan would only have 12 seconds of face time with Clinton, but that's not actually true. It looks like their math was off by quite a bit. A two hour signing for that amount of people would actually leave just six seconds per person.

So if you're planning on having a meaningful conversation with Mrs. Clinton in December, you might want to start practicing your speed-talking. You know, something like... "HeyHillaryit'ssonicetomeetyouhowisChelseadoingdidyougiveuraniumtoRussiawhat'syourfavoritekindofcookie?" Damn, that was actually seven seconds.

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