Olbermann Tackles Intelligent Design in Sports Collectors Digest

December 01, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
IOLA, Wis. - Keith Olbermann, the hottest political commentator in the country, has taken on a topic as timely as today's headlines: intelligent design. The MSNBC anchor adorns the cover of the Dec. 21 issue of Sports Collectors Digest (www.sportscollectorsdigest.com), and in a bylined article inside offers a careful examination of the various theories surrounding the controversial topic.

Ultimately, the noted baseball card collector and expert finds a significant and virtually indisputable link from the pioneering 19th century tobacco cards to the Depression-era bubble gum pasteboards in the 1930s, all the way to the modern, technological marvels of the $500-a-pack cards from the new millennium.

“Who better to confront a thorny issue like intelligent design than Olbermann?” said SCD editor T.S. O’Connell. “In his inimitable style, he provides an insider’s view of the many unique graphic elements that ultimately link the Old Judges of the 19th century to the jazzy post-2000 cardboard marvels.”

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About Sports Collectors Digest
Sports Collectors Digest is the hobby's oldest and largest publication, covering every aspect of modern sports collecting including cards, memorabilia, lithographs, autographed material and more. Each issue also includes up-to-date pricing and check-listing data from some of the most respected experts in the hobby.

T.S. O’Connell
Editor, Sports Collectors Digest
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