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?


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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