Confession of Wrongness

So, originally I was going to tear this guy a new one because I was convinced that “decommitted” was a concocted word that only sports writers use when they can’t think of the proper word.

Kinda like when I use the word “wonk” when I’m at a stalemate with the dictionary.

Before I started my public shaming of this former television reporter turned Editor-in-Chief of a local college’s newspaper (I don’t understand it; I guess the advisor can also run the paper), I decided to double-check “decommitted.”

I googled it and turns out there is an actual definition for it.

It means “to withdraw from a commitment.”

I’m really glad I didn’t try and embarrass that guy because it would’ve blown up in my face and I would’ve been extremely embarrassed.



About ryantpoole

Ryan T Poole is a former broadcast public relations specialist and morning show producer. His time is spent updating this blog, watching and analyzing TV and movies, reading, listening to music, taking care of his pets, and refocusing his energy into more productive outlets. He likes cold coffee, hot tea, long conversations, and obscure references.

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