Just as parliament broke for summer recess on Thursday, the Foreign Office released a series of corrections to statements made to MPs on the alleged targeting of civilians.
Here's to the New York Times, reporting as only the Times can. Showing rich people. Doing Things. Food we don't want to eat. Overenunciation. Fancy headlines. SMDH.
♫ HELLO FROM THE OTHER SIIIIIIDE ♫
First they came for Nixon. Now it's my turn.
Notorious killer Ward Weaver III was among those falsely reported as released. A technological glitch is responsible for the erroneous notifications.
In 1853, the New York Times misspelled the last name of Solomon Northup, whose memoir was adapted into the Oscar-winning movie, 12 Years a Slave.
Because Mario and Luigi are PLUMBERS (duh), and "Mansome" is not a documentary about Charles Manson.
Elton John got it right: sorry is the hardest word.
Sorry, Dan Baer.
Looks like someone got a terrifying letter from a lawyer. *Lifts gown* CLARIFICATION: ACTUALLY DOES NOT *LIFT GOWN*
Dear Mr. Remnick, Please reconsider your angle. Fondly, The Internet