Jason Tanz is editor-at-large for Wired magazine. He wrote a story about all of the strange and wonderful things that go on in the background while Donald Trump is speaking. For example, this guy feeding chips to another guy as if he's a baby:
And just like the chip bros upstaging Trump, the best part of Tanz's article turned out to be an amazing correction added to the bottom:
This error evokes of one of the world's greatest find-and-replace flubs. In 2006, a Reuters story replaced "queen bee" with "Queen Elizabeth," resulting in this sentence: "Queen Elizabeth has 10 times the lifespan of workers and lays up to 2,000 eggs a day."
Tanz understandably has mixed feelings about the traffic the correction is generating to his story, but he's being a good sport about it.
You should totally read the whole story, OK?
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