Monday, October 29, 2007

The (Further) Insensitivity Of Olbermann

Did Olbermann Ridicule A Dead Green Bay Packer Legend?
By Tim Graham

Keith Olbermann’s voice-over work on the Sunday night NFL roundup on NBC can contain an occasional shock. This happened again on Sunday night, as Olbermann recounted the Oakland Raiders-Tennessee Titans contest: "Nine-three in the first half. We skipped the first half because it was really boring. LenDale White started finding some huge holes, 27 carries, 133 yards. It’s like falling off a roof."

To Green Bay Packer fans, this line was a jaw-dropper. Over the weekend, legendary Packers receiver (and long-time radio announcer) Max McGee was buried after falling off his roof in suburban Minneapolis and dying at the age of 75. How could Olbermann be this insensitive?

2 Comments:

Blogger Pat said...

Keith Olbermann is the most opprobrious sleazeball on cable TV. He has ice water running through his veins and is incapable of even the slightest human emotion.

5:34 AM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

I can't stand the man!

10:54 AM  

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