July 2013 was a month, and this is a post. More specifically, this is a post about the errors found on the Yahoo! Canada homepage during the month of July 2013. First, on July 3, an should have been a. Then,
on July 5 its should have been it. Then,
also on July 5, is this crazy bit of craziness. Do you wonder how someone can face charges after death? Well, what if I told you that Leslie McDonald is not dead? And what if I told you that McDonald is not a he? McDonald is the grandmother of a two-year-old boy who died in a car. I learned that after clicking the link,
again on July 5, is the unnecessary use of both the dollar sign ($) and the word dollars. Then,
on July 10 I found this embarrassing misspelling that resulted in a nonword. Then,
on July 19 there was a word that looked similar to an actual word. Then,
on July 20 there was a misspelling of Stephen Harper's first name. He's only Canada's current prime minister, so I can understand how the correct spelling of his name would be difficult to determine. Then,
on July 27, Yahoo! reported that someone is on a mission to save someone else while also hiding from the issue. I didn't understand that, but I didn't care enough to click the link to find out more. Click an image to enlarge it.