Isn’t this the way it always works – tout something, heap a little praise, give props, whatever you want to call it, only to watch the recipient make you look silly?
I recently posted some info regarding Rose-Hulman’s Homework Hotline, a great public service offered by the university to help Indiana students with math and science homework.
My ever astute, always observant sister Sarah pointed this gem out to me from the October 2010 issue of Consumer Reports:
Perhaps those engineer-wanna-be’s down there in Terre Haute can work on a better spell check engine for the university’s marketing and public relations staffs. Maybe even sell it to their ad agency.
(Sorry, Dale, I had to no choice but to post it – it was almost a moral imperative.)