The World’s Most Expensive Typos

Jonathan Lieberman of TypoBuddy discusses some of the world’s most expensive typos. Interesting!

(thank you Jason)

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  1. I had a teacher in interior design school that told a story of someone in his office who refused to check his spelling. Now, on one project, they had to send out 10 sets of construction drawings that cost $1000 each to print.

    And when the client received their set, they noticed that in all the kitchens, the word “pantry” was missing its “r.” Work it out.

    They were appalled, refused to send them out, and had to reprint all 10 sets, at the firm’s cost. Not millions of dollars from a government, but still.