Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Keith Olbermann perfects the Opratorial, and "Spews" will never be the same.

Keith Olbermann of MSNBC's The Three Tenners (also featuring sidekicks Matthews and Maddow) has officially perfected the Opratorial. The Opratorial is the fusing of a viewpoint on a issue, with loud, bellicose, red faced, salvia spewing, calm discourse.

What can make an Olbermann Opratorial so shrillbinding is Olberman's ability, (or inability) to sporn an impacted range of "you've got to be kidding me" wrapped within a verbal onslaught of, "you've got to be kidding me", served on a platter of, "you've got to be kidding me".

Just when you thought Olbermann's whining, whimpering, whacked a mole verbosity has reached a crescendo and could not possibly be topped, Keitho the Klown calmly takes a quick deep breath, and continues; a little redder in the face perhaps, an oxygen mask just out of view, ready to drop down and provide aid upon the completion of his opratory. (I've often wondered why MSNBC doesn't provide it's poor poor viewers with their own oxygen masks as well).

No Olbermann Opratorial would be complete without a reference to an arch rival, and Olbermann keeps his arch rival, Billo the Clown, within spewing distance, a key to any successful Opratorial that can't stand on its own merit. It has been rumored that Keith Olbermann warms up for his Opratorials by stepping on lawn rakes that pop up and hit him unmercilessly in the face.

Olbermann's ability to pass the rake in the face sensation on to his viewers is becoming legendary.

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