April 10, 2008

... Or however you spell it

As if, in some small way, the folks who write CNN's Web site reports were trying to provide support for yesterday's post, this sentence appeared today in a CNN.com story about American Airlines' Great Flight Cancellation Spree of 2008:

At Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, American passengers reported frustration but complemented the carriers efforts to get them to their destinations.

Spelling? Punctuation? Whatever, dude. Haven't you seen those touchscreen election maps?!?!


Loree said...

Sigh... I got an email blast with a big old typo in the subject line earlier today from Crain's. Nice.

Your escalator operator said...

Why bother spelling anything correctly? What difference does it make?