For entertainment purposes only: In this morning's print editions, the New York Times, our brainiest newspaper, offers the correction shown below.
No, we aren't making this up. Exactly as reproduced, the correction appears on page A27 of this morning's Washington Edition:
CORRECTIONSSometimes you just have to throw up your hands! The second of today's two op-ed corrections is almost as entertaining.
An Op-Ed article on Saturday about performance-enhancing drugs and technology referred incorrectly to the classification of ostriches. They are birds, not mammals.
To read the column referred to above, you can just click here. A version of the correction appears at the end of the column.
An ostrich is a bird, not a mammal! Insert joke about "heads in the sand" concerning the work of this very strange newspaper over the past thirty years.
Obambi was much like Scarlett O'Hara! Please send them a Pulitzer prize!
Pending full recovery, possibly coming tomorrow: Only in the New York Times:
How My Boyfriend Made Me Fall in Love With GamingAs if you couldn't have guessed, it came from the Sunday Review.
It became a form of bonding for us, not a source of strain.