New York Times Prints Typo On Front Page [PHOTO]

Taylor Bigler | Entertainment Editor

“Reponse” is not a word, at least not that we know of.

But that didn’t stop the pretentious paper of record the New York Times from publishing it in a subheadline on the front page on May 29, 2014.

The Times wrote up an analysis of President Obama’s speech at West Point on Thursday with the headline “Obama Warns U.S. Faces Diffuse Terror Threat, Tells West Point Cadets Critics Miss His Cautious Reponse To World Crises.”  We think they meant to print “response,” but we can’t really be too sure.

Sure, many publications frequently print misspelled words or incorrect facts, but let us all snicker over the fact that the Times did it on the very front page. Idiots.

Follow Taylor on Twitter 

Loading comments...
© Copyright 2010 - 2018 | The Daily Caller