Archive for the ‘Missed Typos’
“Your tax dollars at work!”
Submitted by Peter Ruben
Setup: Yellow Springs, Ohio is a village of about 4,000 residents. The Village Human Relations Committee meets quarterly. They provide oversight of police actions. Issue #5 is an interesting observation on their conclusions or concussions…
Human Relations Commission Meeting Minutes for July 2010
Present: Joan Chappelle, John Booth, Patti Dallas, Gerry Simms, 2 citizens arrived midway thru meeting
Minutes of June 2010 approved
Citizen’s Concerns: None
1. Youth Building Workshop – planning for all day workshop August 8th. Place TBD
2. Skate Park Music Fest – Event held 11 July 2010. Gathered input from skaters on what they would like. Council may match up to $50,000 for park improvements. Each HRC member was asked to think of a ways fund park improvements.
3. Website – A meeting will be held week of 17 July to learn how to manage the site.
4. Block Party Plans – plans are progressing for a number of parties the 21st of August.
5. Report on Police data – Data was provided from 1991 to present. No meaningful concussions could drawn from the data. Will ask the police chief to provide data on youth and minorities to see if it can be determined if discrimination exists.
Submitted by anonymous.
- Bumper Stickers, Your Fortune Cookie Fortune on the Road (easyorderbumperstickers.com)
- Vote Fast or Go Home (lawsome.net)
Let’s hope they are more mentally sensitive about the land than they are about spelling.
submitted by David Goodloe
Maybe “Claerance” is a 10-foot-tall guy who will be serving me coffee.
- 15 Most Misspelled English Words Infographic (infographicsshowcase.com)
Here’s a pic of a paper posted in a local laundromat. What’s funny is that not only is the word spelled wrong, but the headline has nothing to do with the sub-heading, and neither of those have anything to do with the text at the bottom! I wonder what they were thinking writing this?
Some restaurants have weird items on their menu, but a funny typo can make an item on the menu go from bizarre to downright disgustingly gross. Case in point, the hand and cheese sandwich for only $8.00. Of course, it doesn’t state if it is a human hand. It could easily be a monkey hand…which make it even worse. Forget I mentioned it.
Submitted by J. and A. Stubbs, who also remarked, “I wonder if the hand is whole or sliced.” Nice.