Newman Lake's Rickey Harber passed along a clipping from a Georgia newspaper.
The article in question included the following sentence.
“Most mosquitoes don't travel very far from where they're bread.”
Rye? Sourdough? Pumpernickel?
Thank heavens, the S-R has never made a mistake.
Well, except for the time we had a recipe for “honey-fried children.”
Or the time, in a story about schools, we referred to “pubic education.”
Or the time, in a photo caption, we got one letter wrong in a woman's name and wound up calling her “Lix Cox.”
Or the time, on a subscription sign-up card, we called the editor of the newspaper “Christ Peck.”
Or, well, you get the idea.