First, we find this gem:
Your Rights Online: DVD-Watching Driver Charged with Murder
Posted by michael on Tuesday July 27, @16:19
joke-boy writes "CNN reports that a driver in Alaska is being charged with second-degree murder for allegedly causing a fatality accident by driving while watching the movie 'Road Trip' in an in-dash DVD player...
Wrong. This should either read, "Causing a fatal accident..." or, "Causing an accident involving a fatality...
2 stories later, we find this:
IT: Motorola Field Tests Wireless Broadband At 300Mbps
Posted by timothy on Tuesday July 27, @18:29
cft_128 writes "Motorola Labs just finished field testing its new ODFM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) wireless broadband technology that prove it can attain 300Mbps.
This one is a bit trickier, since you have that brief explanation thrown in there, but take that out and you can see the fuck up plain as day:
cft_128 writes "Motorola Labs just finished field testing its new ODFM wireless broadband technology that prove it can attain 300Mbps.
In case you missed it, field testing that prove it can. That should have been either, "fields tests" or, "technology, proving it can...
There was another one, but I can't find it right now. It doesn't really matter though, I think you get my point. And, Slashdot still doesn't get my money.