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How many errors do you see? This is at the Nevada, Mo., fairground ball fields where Terri Fallin's son plays baseball. There are other signs in the area, "each with varying horrendous errors," she said. "I want to sneak in at night with paint to make corrections. ... I offered money to personally have new signage, with no luck."
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"Come on. No one from the writer to the person who took the order to the printer to the installer to the customers noticed this word was misspelled?" asks Neil Levin, who spotted this misspelled sign with a handful of punctuation mistakes in New York City. P. S.: One exclamation mark is enough!
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"Start the new? Start the new what? Alaskain Slamon? Is this a World of Warcraft character? I wanted to go in and say, 'I'm here to start the new, and I'd like to start it with your Alaskain Slamon,'" said KC Thornton, an English professor who was thoroughly amused by this sign in Valdosta, Ga.
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Marie Sager was hiking in Sai Yok National Park in Thailand when she spotted this grammar error. "I smiled as I knew it was just a human error," she said. Poor grammar and usage don't really bother her, as traveling has taught her that communication is more important than proper grammar.