Now that’s just damn rich!
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Via Binyamin Jolkovsky of Jewish World Review:
THE MISTAKE OF CLINTON’S ‘LIFE’
Bill Clinton has been characterized in many ways, often unflattering. But would even the most strident Bubba basher describe his life as a “failure”? There’s no need to — the ex-prez has already done so himself.
Believe it or not, in the last sentence of his bestseller’s acknowledgements, the guy who would never ‘fess up without qualifiers declares outright that none of his friends and family “are responsible for the failure of my life.” “It’s a typo,” an Alfred A. Knopf PR flack told the New York Sun. For “failure”, read: “failures.” While the mistake has been fixed in the 725,000-copy second printing, it remains permanent in the book’s 1.5 million first run. No errata slip was issued. And, yes, the author was made aware of the OOPS! along with others, including the former CIA director being called “John Woosley” in the index.
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