Next up, how about some flummoxery at our local TV channel. If you pay better attention than they do, you'll see what's wrong with this picture:
Or maybe not, since a whiz at screenshots I ain't, but if you look carefully at the third line, you'll see that everybody is excited about "hopes of winning the $500 jackpot." Apparently it took them 2 hours to figure out you can use either the "000,000" or the "million" or the "M" to indicate $500,000,000, but you must use ONE of them! However, with the discovery, they tossed the whole article about 40 minutes ago and replaced it with the update that it is now "$550 M". However, if you search the articles' headline, you can still see this:
FORT WAYNE, iND. (Wane) As Powerball mania continues to build, people showed up early Wednesday morning to get a free ticket in hopes of winning the $500 jackpot. That jackpot increased to $550 million later in the day.
I hadn't noticed before that they also capitalized everything but the "i" in "iND". But wow, imagine the lottery going up $549,999,500 in just 2 hours!
Third, if you only occasionally visit my cap blog (link in the upper right corner!), you might not have seen there are two new posts! Soon to be a third because, as Mynx so correctly pointed out, she also sent me a couple of caps to add to the collection. I'll do that as soon as I wrap this and
take a urinary go to the little boys room.
Finally, today is over-the-hump-day! Five of my eight straight working days done, three to go! I wonder what I'll do with my day off...