This is going to leave a mark. Katie Couric tweets:
Be4 I sign off learned a new word in church today: Eschatology. Anyone?
— Katie Couric (@katiecouric) December 1, 2014
How in 35 years of journalism w/a degree in “American studies” did @katiecouric not encounter this word before? pic.twitter.com/pdDwjccauE
— Marcus Brown (@marcusbrown) December 1, 2014
.@katiecouric Good lord. You’re a major journalist that ignorant of words common to half the country?
— KeepCalmAndDrawl (@FormerlyFormer) December 1, 2014
@katiecouric @moderncomments Here’s another new one for you – immanentize. Put ’em together, see what you get.
— Patrick H. (@trogdor8768) December 1, 2014
Better to be thought a fool, than to tweet and remove all doubt. RT @katiecouric: @Olivianuzziyes it’s a big problem.
— Matthew Hoy (@hoystory) December 1, 2014
Until today, @katiecouric thought this was eschatology. pic.twitter.com/rOFQhcgZGt
— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) December 1, 2014
And more than one Tweeter linked Couric’s inane question tonight with her questioning of Sarah Palin in the 2008 election:
Someone should interview Katie Couric and ask her what newspapers and magazines she reads
— Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) December 1, 2014
Boy howdy, that Sarah Palin sure is dumb! @katiecouric: Be4 I sign off learned a new word in church today: Eschatology. Anyone?
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) December 1, 2014
I bet Sarah Palin knows what it means.
Listening to “journalists” like Couric on any topic makes as much sense as listening to former playboy models discourse upon vaccinations.