I see Derek Draper got rightly stitched up by Guido last night and this morning for having a CV that was less than clear about where he actually went and studied. Derek's defence as well is rather amusing because he's quibbling over the use of "at" and "in" when put with Berkeley as a town version a collage [sic].Here's the thing that I guess Derek doesn't get it, it's all about that little thing called perception again. By omitting to tell people that he went to some Institute rather than UC Berkeley in the way he did he has, as Iain noted, done the classic of "I went to University in Oxford" when he really went to Oxford Poly but is playing on the name for prestige.
It's a bit like me saying that I spent some time at Eton College when I was younger. It's not a lie, I stayed there for three days and took the Kings Scholarship and Assisted Places (scrapped under Labour) exams and didn't get in, but if I didn't tell you that bit you'd never know.
What I remain confused about though is Draper saying he has an M.A in Clinical Psychology. Surely clinical psychology would be an MSc rather than a Master of Arts?
Once a bullshitter always a bullshitter?