I make typos frequently in blog posts. I’m a one man shop, and part-time at that. I bang out a post and share it in between other jobs. I could do a lot better. With a budget over $7 billion and with 50,000 employees at my disposal, I’d like to think that I would do better.
Some will take mistakes in this Department of Homeland Security press release, though, to be a measure of basic competence at TSA:
From the press release:
From Wednesday, June 30 through Monday, July 4, TSA screened 10.7 million travelers. June 30 and 31 were the highest-volume travel days we have seen since 2007.
June 30, incidentally, was a Thursday.
The press release has since been corrected on the DHS website with no indication of an edit, but as of this writing only to fix the June 31 issue.