Here is a photo of the cover of the 2012 commencement pamphlet for the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas. Can you spot the mistake?
This is a classic example of Muphry's Law at work. Muphry's Law stipulates, among other things, that,

If a mistake is as plain as the nose on your face, everyone can see it but you. Your readers will always notice errors in a title, in headings, in the first paragraph of anything, and in the top lines of a new page. These are the very places where authors, editors and proofreaders are most likely to make mistakes.

If Muphry's Law holds true, there is probably a typo in this post as well, but I have not found it yet.

(Hat tip Huff Post)
5/23/2012 03:53:36 am

OMG! Too funny!


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