As I scanned through my file of headlines, I noticed that quite a few showed the need for proofreaders with some mathematical expertise.
For this first one, just the ability to count would have sufficed.
The next several headlines show a lack of some other fundamental principles.
This next one shows that the writer didn't think like a mathematician would in considering how the line would read.
This one, though math related, is really a matter of spelling. I must say that the misspelling does make it read quite differently.
I wonder if this writer realizes how many years ago the Civil War took place.
As a transition into the next group of headlines, this next one shows how the "fuzzy math" of politicians is starting to affect the public.
I don't know if politicians or the media are to blame for this next one.
Here are several that show some keen political insights on the poor among us.
Speaking of meetings ... or should I say meatings....
Maybe that atrocity is because of the following?
The PETA lunch would be better than the following announced luncheon.
If they can't speak safely in regards to mathematical or socio-political issues, at least they can do so concerning the weather.
Well, after that last one, I take back what I said about and issue the news can address safely....
"Avoid the places and the people that put you at risk." — Drew Conley
If a man sees two sides of a problem, he doesn't have money invested in it.