It was less than a week ago when Ed FitzGerald beamed out a notice to his senior staff that he would no longer sign documents on which they spelled his name incorrectly. It seems they, like all of us, forget to capitalize that pesky G every once in awhile.
And yet today, in its coverage on a MetroHealth story, the paper didn't capitalize the G throughout the entire article. Subtle disobedience?
Yeah yeah yeah, we make typos and mistakes as well, but this one struck us as funny. Screenshot below.
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