Saturday, October 2, 2010

Keith Olbermann's Ego can Communicate with Dogs and Cats

Keith Olbermann's Ego is so brilliant that he can communicate with animals. No really. See?
It says so right there on Twitter. So in Honor of the Ego's Ego's (or is it the Ego Twit?) we give you this musical tribute to the greatness that is Keith Olbermann's Ability to Talk to Animals.

7 comments:

I'll be here all week said...

Too bad that he doesn't have that same talent with women.

Anonymous said...

I wonder what he and the animals talk about. For instance does the convo consist of him telling them to stay away because he has allergies, and the cats/dogs let him know that they are equally allergic to him? That would be odd, and I suspect strangely similar to his conversations with some humans!

Or perhaps he sees no difference between talking to people and pets. Imagine if he came over your house and starting petting your cat, exclaiming "Nice whoreass! What a nice little whoreass, you are!" As you recall, that's what he called Mary Carey. Very creepy! I would have to throw him out for talking to my cat that way!

1 of the Anons said...

Whoreass? When did he call her whoreass? I don't remember that one.

Keith Olbermann's Ego said...

Keith Olbermann's Ego never called Mary Carey a whore ass. He did however call her "whore ass" for a date.

http://tinyurl.com/2b7tntc

Big diff people. Big diff. Reading comprehension people. Is it really that difficult for some of you? Of course I realize it is. Not everyone is gifted with the brilliance that is Keith Olbermann's Ego.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I see the difference. Thanks for explaining and for understanding that we can't all be brilliant readers. However, I just still find the use of the phrase "whore ass" incredibly offensive and sexist.

It's disappointing when people I look up to use that kind of language towards women.

LK said...

But Keith didn't say that. The author of that article did.

bunny said...

The Ego is not going to like the title of this article:

http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2010/10/keith_olbermann_owes_his_job_t.html