Friday, June 26, 2009

The Glory for Christ Football League

 
Normally I don't like piling on and I don't like making fun of spelling errors (because I make so many myself). But here's a photograph from the New York Times that every blogger is reproducing and I just can't help myself.

The New York Times ran an article on football teams for home schooled children and this photo appears on their website under the caption ...
The Glory for Christ Football League in Georgia grew out of a desire to provide an option for young men who are home-schooled but cannot play in local football leagues.


It's pretty obvious that "acedemics" and "atheletics" are not the top priorities of these homeschoolers but who knew they were so far down the list?


5 comments :

  1. This is just tooooooo rich.

    Thanks for posting. A chuckle a day makes life just a little richer.

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  2. This is classic. I notice they managed to spell "god" correctly. Good thing it's such a short word.

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  3. Would've been funnier if "acedemics" was lower than "atheletics" on the list.

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  4. Whose fault is this really?

    The folks who manufactured the sign, or the folks who accepted the finished product?

    If I was running the sign business, I'd be looking for new work. On the other hand, if that's what the customer wanted...

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  5. DID DAN QUAYIE'S SON MAKE THIS SIGN?

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