Too. Much. Coming. At. Me. All. At. Once.
I. Need. To Chill. Before. I. Spill.

Are you stressed from just thinking about the holidays, even if you don’t have one coming up?

Do you need a little reminder that you’re not the only doofus who screws things up at work?

Well, this is your lucky day!

I’ve got a few more real live examples of headlines next to random pictures that were printed on the front page of my local newspaper–things that an editor should have caught, but didn’t. All of these occurred in about a two-week period. If you want to see the first set of newspaper gaffes, click here.

Enjoy!

Wow! I know pilots need to have great eyesight, but doesn’t that pilot look a little young to you?

This must be what that no No Child Left Behind policy is all about. If they are all at their desks during physical education time, then no one will be left behind on a track or on a field.

Up in our neck of the woods, kids develop technical skills on computers and on the Web. It’s this kind of education that will help them get the jobs that will be downsized when they grow up.

Typically, we find that younger students give teachers the most trouble, but sometimes, these older students can be very sassy. They think just because they’re over 90, they can say anything they darn well please.

I don’t know about you, but “love” and “guns” just doesn’t go well together unless you’re writing a gangsta rap song, which I don’t thing these guys are doing.

I’m still on the look-out for front-page funnies in my local newspaper, so expect to see more. Well, maybe the editor got fired and that’ll put an end to this series.

Well, it was fun while it lasted. But, hey, just like in the TV show, I might be back!

Just so you know, I blotted out anything that identifies people and places so as not to embarrass the guilty.