The following correction is from the Los Angeles Times
, Feb. 10th edition.
An editorial Saturday about children's literature and cartoons erroneously stated that James Dobson of Focus on the Family declared that SpongeBob SquarePants is a homosexual sponge. Instead, in a speech last month, Dobson criticized as pro-homosexual a tolerance video featuring SpongeBob, Big Bird and others.
I don't know who on the editorial staff was tasked with typing those two soul-draining sentences, but if I ever find out, I'll buy that person a beer. Because even if it's years later, they'll probably still need one.
Much to my own embarrassment, I also have a correction to make.
For the Record:
The journalistic alma mater of 'Jeff Gannon', where Mr. Gannon studied journalism in an intensive two-day, all-meals-included course costing a full fifty dollars, is in fact known as the Leadership Institute Broadcast Journalism School
and not, as I had previously referred to it, the Morton C. Blackwell Institute of Media Whorticulture
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