Thursday, October 11, 2007

It's All Clear To Me Now

In journalism, it is important to be able to convey your message clearly and without any chance of confusion...or so one would believe.

The ever-observant Illusory Tenant has found an example of McBride's version of clarity, which stems from a comment thread from this post:

Remember, McBride is allegedly a teacher of journalism, reports that she has a master's degree in the field, and claims to have won numerous awards on the local and national levels. It's absolutely terrifying to think that, someday in the future, we will have to rely on her students for accurate information.


  1. She "one" numerous awards?

    Always the problem for the pot when calling out the kettle. Said pot would do well to proofread before mocking kettle for not doing so!

  2. Thank you for pointing out my oversight. As far as the pot remark, I have never claimed to be a journalist, award-winning or otherwise.

  3. What national awards has she won? I mean, real "ones?"