It's Hard to Fathom
Walgreens is a nearly $50 billion company. You would think that a vanishingly small percentage of that roaring river of cash would be spent on a few proofreaders. And yet the paper sleeves they put your photos in - of which there must be what? millions printed? - carry this tag line, copyrighted of course:
"Where America gets it's pictures." (Don't have it in front of me, so I may be off, but the typo I remember.)
Am I wrong to be as downright disturbed by this as I am? And no snide remarks about my own propensity for typos, please. Unlike Walgreens, Tosy and Cosh is a $0 enterprise.