I live in a glass house papered with typso typos.
It’s what happens when you type faster than you spell and proof read for sense so grasp the words but fail to notice that individuals letters have been transposed.
That means I am in absolutely no position to throw stones at other people’s typographical errors but I couldn’t resist this from Matt McCarten’s column in the HOS:
This is the first time most of us have seen Key in a prolonged setting where he was tested, in this case by the prime pinister.
Prime pinister – isn’t that delightful? Especially in this context where Helen Clark was trying to keep Key pinned down.
P.S. In light of John Ansell’s post on McCarten’s misnaming Key as Keys, I noted that the column gets the name right – but that like the typo may be due to the paper not the writer.