Ah, the mad scramble to get ad revenue for print publications.
It now includes those annoying stickers placed on the front pages of papers delivered to homes.
Sometimes things can go wrong, and the stickers are placed haphazardly where they shouldn't.
And sometimes things can go very wrong, as the journalism site jimromenesko.com found when it asked for examples of the worst errors.
The clear winner? The Tyler Courier Times-Telegraph, which found the exact wrong way to put a ticker for hemorrhoids over a headline that says : "Liquid Asset."
Here it is:
Be sure to save this one, perfect-game pitcher and Tylerite Philip Humber.
Update: The paper says it thinks someone moved the sticker to make the photo. Still, let's just say the paper gave them the opportunity to do so.
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