jaytkay: [www.11points.com image 351x251]From better list
Satanic_Hamster: jaytkay: [www.11points.com image 351x251]From better listHeh. That mistake could get the paper sued.
jtown: No, it couldn't. They were given incorrect information by the court and I'll bet the court has immunity.
Curious: i likes number two. the mistake just jumps out at you. not at the copy editor however.
vudukungfu: Correction: "An earlier version of this article misspelled the singer's surname in a number of places. He is Bruce Springsteen, not Springstein."CSB time:I was in a frat at PSU and volunteered to make posters to staple about town for our party.I spelled the theme as a Bruce Springstein party and went to Kinkos. Posted them all over and had a great time while the bros scratched their heads and pissed and moaned. My actaul biological little sister me her now husband that night at the party and now they have three (3) count 'em, crotch gobblins because I misspelled the "boss's" name,Oh, and Bruce is a dick of insufferable magnitude.Trust me on that one.
A report in the Extra Bases baseball notebook last Sunday misidentified, in some editions, the origin of the name Orcrist the Goblin Cleaver, which Mets pitcher R. A. Dickey gave one of his bats. Orcrist was not, as Dickey had said, the name of the sword used by Bilbo Baggins in the Misty Mountains in "The Hobbit." Orcrist was the sword used by the dwarf Thorin Oakenshield in the book. (Bilbo Baggins's sword was called Sting.)
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