Henry Newhouse was not the architect of the Portage Theater, as we originally reported. Lindley Phelps Rowe was the architect of the Portage Theater. Sid Weinstein was the architect of the Belasco Theater. Sol Burton was the architect of Morosco Theater. Henry Newhouse I don't know who the hell was.
March 26th was not Mies van der Rohe's 127th birthday, as we reported, but March 27th was Mies van der Rohe's 126th birthday.
The role of cats in the subprime mortgage collapse was, in actuality, not as decisive as we reported in our post of January 14th.
Charlie Sheen has not, in fact, ever won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
The Slough of Despond was not, as we stated in a March 3rd post, one of the original 13 U.S. colonies.
On revised consideration, that dress does not, as we reported in a post on February 17th, make your butt look fat.
Contrary to our post of March 5th, Mayor Rahm Emanuel never smacked himself in the forehead and exclaimed, "Gee, I could have had a G8!"
A suggestion in our post of March 14th was incorrect. Holding an aspirin between your knees will not get you girls.
In our recent post on presidential candidate Rick Santorum, the statement about the sun orbiting the earth may have been exaggerated, and makes me want to throw up.
The statement you just read in the paragraph above about Rick Santorum's statement making me want to throw up was incorrect. We're now thinking it was some bad mackerel.
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