Friday, May 02, 2014

Wait. Kan That Be Write? {Ed. 4}

Okay. Technically, the photo below isn't so much a newspaper blooper as it is a newspaper showing its poor judgment in the selection of published photos. The caption reads, 


"A sheep, below, lands on top of a child . . . ." 

Yup. Just what a local, family newspaper should be publishing--small children and their tribulations with farm animals.






Here again, not so much a newspaper blooper as a fine example of how men who love their plaid can be less than coddling and compassionate when it comes to turning their young'uns into men. Dagnabit, git on that there sheep, Kaden!















Switching gears from the rodeo court to the basketball court, just what in tarnation is "exhibitiong"? I know I don't have a post-graduate degree or nothin' fancy schmancy like that there, but I'm pretty darn tootin' sure that the photo caption writer ain't no "a-day-a-dollar, a ten-o-clock-scholar."




And, while we're in the sports section of the good ol' Daily Herald, let's check out this sub-headline. Say what, now? Anybody know if this is perhaps some sort of sports jargon, or what? " . . . came up with crucial stops late in help beat Houston"? Huh?




And, one more before I release you from your boredom here. Soooooo, it looks like one fan--one single fan--got to a chance to interact with BYU athletes at the Cougar Kickoff. Just one fan. Goodness, I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that the one single fan felt pretty doggone privileged given that there are over 32,000 BYU students. Lucky duck.

*Please note that, as always, I am laughing WITH these bloopers and not AT them. 
I defiantly no that I dew my own share of foie gras.