Judy Woodruff Virtual Fan Club

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Judy Woodruff
Judy Woodruff, Princess of Decency.
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The Canada geese have left ChaosFarm to assemble on the grounds of St. John’s Hospital. There was a time when the thought of seeing a Canada goose up close was unthinkable, but that was before the great goose emigration wherein all the Canada geese decided to move to the U.S.  The geese are now everywhere. This great goose migration provides an interesting counterpoint to the people who want to move from the U.S. to Canada. The grass is always greener on the other side of the border.

The goose population around the hospital is so large that sometimes a patient parking a car has to get out of his car and kick one of these trusting and lovable birds out of a parking space.

So why have all the once reclusive geese left Canada to congregate around hospitals? Folks say that it is because they are looking for better veterinary care.

Oberlin College and ControversyElizabeth Warren falls off her pedestal

There was a time when JD regarded Elizabeth Warren as an impressive woman because everything she said seemed to make sense. Unfortunately, Elizabeth slowly fell off her pedestal when she decided that she was a Cherokee princess and made other dubious claims.

Who could replace the now tarnished Elizabeth? It slowly became clear that it was Judy Woodruff, Princess of Decency, who would be the perfect replacement for the empty pedestal. Hence, we are launching the Judy Woodruff Virtual Fan Club.

After watching Judy in action on The News Hour, it became clear that she was not only the most beautiful news reporter in the country but also the smartest and the most decent one of all. If you have any doubt, look at her picture above and compare her tasteful appearance to her marginally talented rivals on Fox News and CNN. Judy is real. She wears no fake hair halfway down to her fanny to tease the cameras. 

JD is always scheming ways to blow the cover of the Oberlin College BOT and its administration, and Judy could well be the perfect journalist to expose these people as the pompous elitists that they are. 

Some people visiting OberlinChaos have erroneously concluded that we are down on the College. OberlinChaos has the problematic role of calling out the ethically depraved people at the Oberlin College power structure’s pinnacle. OberlinChaos is calling out the rats because we are sickened by the damage they have done to a great college. 

A parent taking firm steps against a child’s unacceptable behavior is not because the parent hates the child; it is because they love the child. Extrapolating a parent’s hatred of bad behavior into hatred of the child is a leap of lousy logic unbecoming an Oberlin graduate.

Judy’s unique credentials

Judy is not a fake news journalist like the rookie reporters from the NYT and WaPo who did such sloppy jobs covering Oberlin College’s shellacking by tiny Gibson’s Bakery. Unlike the Atlantic coverage, the NYT and WaPo gave the complex Gibson story shallow, incomplete, and incorrect coverage. This inept coverage happened because they could not take the time to see the subtleties and complexities in the story and did not know who to talk to get the complete story.

Enter Professor Jacobson

Over the last year, Prof. Jacobson’s role looks quite impressive in context. His LegalInsurection.com website provided quality legal coverage of the litigation with Gibson’s Bakery when most other outlets did not. He has been roundly reviled by Oberlin’s worst for believing enough in freedom of speech to allow disgusting posts to appear on his blog. The Professor’s detractors have difficulty distinguishing between the Professor and those posting on his blog — some of whom Jacobson no doubt does not agree with either.

So, what has Judy Woodruff got to do with Professor Jacobson and Oberlin? For a starter, both believe in truthful reporting in which they keep personal opinions down to a dull roar.

The front-line rats in Oberlin hate Jacobson but have respect for Judy. JD publicly challenged the freedom of speech hypocrites to invite Professor Jacobson to come to Oberlin and tell another side to the Gibson story. The College’s answer was a categoric no.

There is little doubt that Judy, on the other hand, would be allowed to appear in Oberlin. The assumption probably would be that Judy would not ask any embarrassing questions. She might, but would do it with novocaine on her stiletto.

All this is moot now that the coronavirus is loose in the land. Nobody can publicly appear in Oberlin right now since they might either bring the virus to Oberlin or catch it there.

Arranging a novel presentation

Judy can perform a vital role here by interviewing Jacobson and Ambar via Zoom. She could dig down to the truth and get the credit for a great interview. The rest of us would enjoy seeing more truth come out of Oberlin College’s top management.

This blog warns Oberlin Alumni about the verbal prestidigitation and redactions in the COVID and Gibson’s Bakery stories. Please tell your fellow Obies how our college has damaged its reputation, the Gibsons, and the worth of our degrees. No pandemic, sleazy PR, or conflating of libel and slander with free speech can minimize the BOT’s negligence. Their elitism and compulsive behavior is eradicating funding for THOUSANDS of scholarships or 225 Steinway concert grand pianos. All done to destroy a tiny bakery!

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Posted May 21, 2020 at 17:08. Revised Oct 4, 2020 at 19:00.
Retrieved Nov 27, 2020 at 06:13.
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JD Nobody

JD Nobody, OC '61, has a 54-year career in developing software. This involved IT application design and maintenance, software engineering, bank operations, and article composing software for The Business Torts Reporter. He was an administrative officer and ICBM launch officer in the U.S. Air Force.
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