Yeah, I know, not very funny, but I still like that way of thinking. Yeah, sure it's better to make mistakes than have regrets, but given my druthers, I'd rather bail out on both of those lousy options. I say, let the elephant chase the gorilla again. He needs the exercise.
If the truth be known, everybody makes mistakes. Most of us have the good fortune of screwing up on a semi-private level, though, so few people ever find out about our grievous gaffes. Most of us don't, say, find our errors and lapses in judgement emblazoned across the headlines of a newspaper for all the world to see.
One of the biggest journalistic boners of all time happened on November 3, 1948, when the Chicago Daily Tribune declared Dewey the new president of the United States. Oopsie moment, big time.
The following headlines don't even come close to that level of journalistic screw-up, but I found them amusing, and hope they give y'all a few smiles, too.
Well, that's all I got for today. But then again, some days, a smile is more than enough.
Hmmm, I think I'll go find myself a gorilla to chase. (I could use the exercise, too.)
Until next time, take care of yourselves. And each other.