Not the Ivy League, but still nothing to be ashamed of. Or try to cover up.
…most people who majored in “communications” at an ag school don’t act like Marshall Scholars or go around mocking graduates of Regent University Law School.
The sort of insecurity that would force you to always say “trebled” instead of “tripled” could only come from a communications major with massive status anxiety, like Keith. Without even looking it up, I am confident that Harvard, Yale and Princeton do not offer degrees in “communications.” I know there is no “communications” major at the Ivy League Cornell.
“Communications” is a major, along with “recreation science,” most commonly associated with linemen at USC. But at least the linemen can throw a football, which Keith cannot because his mother decided he was not physically robust enough to play outdoors as a child.
Alas, Ann then goes on to tell a fib – she says that she’s pointing this out in order to “liberate” Olbermann. The reality is, of course, she’s doing it because she’s quite aware that Olbermann’s an insecure little weasel with serious compensation issues, and because she is quite keen to see whether she can get the serial exaggerator to pop a blood vessel in his eye on national television. Which I have to admit would be entertaining.
Then again, so would sending Keith back to school. I mean, really: communications? That’s the major that people who can’t hack the pressure of an English degree end up picking.
PS: Full disclosure; Monica Goodling is a Friend of RedState. Not to mention apparently better educated than Olbermann. Of course, thanks to my unfinished masters in Library Studies, apparently so am I.
*And isn’t it funny that I’m actually quoting the woman? Truly, we live in an era of strange bedfellows.
Crossposted to RedState.