Coffee is made for a reason.
And on the morning of January 3, someone at the Toronto Star might have realized this.
The major newspaper outlet published a story in their print edition that included a bit of a spelling error.
In a story about “Mixed in the Six pop-up events” supporting multiculturalism in the city, someone accidentally included an extra letter in a subheading.
Toronto Star – cuts have gone too deep pic.twitter.com/UMXXsKOtis
— Lou Schizas (@louschizas) January 3, 2017
Beyond the fact that the whole sentence is awkward to read, this heading was approved for the front page of the newspaper’s Life & Entertainment section.
While the error was eliminated on the online version, print is forever.
— Susan Sterling (@sterlingtalk) January 3, 2017
— (((Leslie Wolfe))) (@ldw39) January 3, 2017
— Ken Burford (@MorCivlSociety) January 3, 2017
Look, we all make mistakes, and Daily Hive is certainly not immune to its own copy editors suffering from a lack of coffee, but hey, if you can’t
laugh learn from your mistakes…
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