Friday, March 21, 2008

Sports Illustrated Cover Jnix

DaJuan Summers must be so proud to be on the cover of Sports Illustrated, and so annoyed that the idiots couldn't spell his name correctly.

The cover of this week's issue of Sports Illustrated features a fairly glaring typo (if you haven't figured it out yet, the error appears in DaJuan's first name. Larger image can be found here). It's not as though there are a ton of words on the cover that the editor had to review before the issue went out, yet here we are and this is what's on the stands this week. Now I do have to give the guy(s) whose fault this is a little bit of a break considering they routinely run into names like Dwyane and Cletidius, but a misspelling on the cover? That is really bad. What I really don't get is why they didn't just choose a player from Georgetown with a normal name. I mean, was Johnathan Wallace not available?*

*You see, that's funny because Wallace's real first name is spelled "Jonathan." Get it? Whatever. You try being f'n hysterical.

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