When Sarah Palin delivers a speech this summer in California, audience questions will be pre-screened, her water bottles will have bendable straws and she'll get three rooms at a luxury hotel, according to a contract found in a trash bin by college students. The California State University students uncovered the five-page document after hearing school administrators might be shredding documents related to Palin's scheduled speech to the Stanislaus Foundation, The Associated Press reported. The former vice presidential candidate will get first-class plane tickets. If she doesn't fly commercial, "the private aircraft MUST BE a Lear 60 or larger," according to the contract, dated March 16. For the post-speech Q&A period, Palin requires that "questions are to be collected from the audience in advance, pre-screened and a designated representative...shall ask questions directly of the speaker [Palin] to avoid delay time with a roving microphone in the audience." The contract doesn't state how much Palin is to be paid. She reportedly gets about $100,000 per speaking engagement.