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3-04-2011 @ 1:35AM
I read the entire article before posting, and it was up for some time. No battling for a first. The typo has been corrected already, but at the time, "Lead producer" read as "Lead produced." It didn't have anything to do with being a "grammar Nazi" over capitalization. Something like that obviously wouldn't get caught in a spell check, and since it was a breaking news post it may not have been proofread. In that case, the writer usually is more than OK with someone pointing out a small error like that so that it can be changed. A typo like that could prevent people using search engines from finding the post.TL;DL Don't assume you know what the error was by seeing the correction.
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