Monday, October 10, 2016

Pruf reeding

My reader Liz was doing some continuing education in ethics, when she saw this example of how a typo can change things:

Thank you, Liz!

12 comments:

Packer said...

I will be dead before I understand what you are driving at.

Packer said...

What is a reader and why the need to study ethics.

Lawyers have continuing legal education and mandatory ethics required studies......we know why.

tbunni said...

Please tell me that was put there just to see if you were paying attention. No? Sad. Any medical professional who doesn't know the difference 'tween the two would not be one I would want to see.

Stacey Gordon said...

This explains everything to a "t".

Ms. Donna said...

Brainless (hey, of interest to your tribe ) use of spell check.

Anonymous said...

Is this really what your blog has come to? Ethic jokes?

Anonymous said...

mortality was supposed to be morality.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Ms. Donna but spell check wouldn't have caught this. The word mortality is spelled correctly, but it's the wrong word!

WarmSocks said...

Well... living and dying could be considered behaviors, so I'll go with C... unless we factor in a belief in reincarnation or immortality, so maybe it's A.

Brittany Coleman said...

To miss anonymous(what a shocker): if you don't like it then don't read it! Thou made a conscious decision to subscribe, as well and read his blogs. Point blank.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm. Everyone dies, no matter what they believe, or what their values are. The dead don't tend to have much in the way of behavior. I'm going to have to go with D, because some people die young while in pursuit of personal experiences.

Shash said...

I pick D, because mortality is clearly a personal experience but not necessarily a belief or a behavior.

 
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