Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Typo Too


Thanks Heather B. - perhaps some liquid paper would do the job?


  1. I used to be a funeral director, and I've seen a fair share of tombstones arrive from the headstone makers with mistakes on them, especially those commissioned by the Veterans' Administration. Since those latter were free, it was easy to just request a replacement. I'm not sure I ever saw corrections carried out right on markers that had been or were subsequently installed (although I have seen uncorrected mistakes on some - sorry, no pictures yet). I can understand the impulse to correct rather than replace, considering the expense of these things, especially a massive one like this, but it just looks so tacky.

  2. Now, this one deserves the previous one's Monty Python reference...