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April 22, 2009

5.5 million Americans paralyzed, study finds

“Thirty-sex percent of those who reported being paralyzed said they had ‘a lot of difficulty’ in moving, while 16 percent said they were completely unable to move,” the researchers wrote.

I noted an amusing typo in this article. I did not expect to find humor, and I figured I should share this typo with you (some poor reader might be offended):

W.B.

Thirty SEX percent!
Wow, you’re getting as bad as newsprint.

P.F.

As  you might suspect, lots of readers noticed this one. We corrected: GBU Editor


Iraqi and U.S. forces unload wheelchairs from a truck to be distributed to needy children at al-Fadhil clinic in Baghdad April 14, 2009. REUTERS/Atef Hassan (IRAQ

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