One of the year’s most coveted awards goes to none other than Dave Barry. Here’s how the famous humor writer chose to correct a misspelling he made in a column published by the Miami Herald:
“In yesterday’s column about badminton, I misspelled the name of Guatemalan player Kevin Cordon. I apologize. In my defense, I want to note that in the same column I correctly spelled Prapawadee Jaroenrattanatarak, Poompat Sapkulchananart and Porntip Buranapraseatsuk. So by the time I got to Kevin Cordon, my fingers were exhausted.”
Read more about winners of related dubious media awards for 2008 at RegretTheError.com.
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A British mother says she was shocked to discover a Nintendo’s Scrabble 2007 game’s computer was choosing to play swear words against her 8-year-old son.
thx ::: snopes.com
Thomas Kinkade (yes, “Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light™”) has managed to create a movie based on his style of paintings. (That can be done?) (Should that ever be done??)
Apparently, Vanity Fair magazine wasn’t able to keep a straight face after watching this planned theatrical release go straight-to-video.
This amusing moment (in their eyes) has inspired this humorous article titled, “Thomas Kinkade’s 16 Guidelines for Making Stuff Suck.”
The name of the article alone demands a read, but I’ll let you choose to read it for your own reasons.