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September 26, 2013


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Hi Nancy, "Lay Back and Relax" also reminds me of the most unfortunate comment Jerry Brown made during his first tenure as governor. Really surprised it made it through the proofing channel (assuming there was one).

I am still amazed how these mistakes manage to make their way to print. With so many people involved in the process (presumably), how come no one spotted this? Not to mention that they could have afforded to pay for proofreading. I posted a picture on my Google+ profile that I took outside my house. On a bus there was an ad from Cargiant saying "Thousand's of cars". Nothing annoys me more that using the apostrophe for plural.

As for 'Recline and Relax' - brilliant. Very clever, catchy and I like the alliteration.

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