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When ‘tangues’ get ‘toungled

We’ve always heard about how tiny errors can foster various responses, ranging from serious misunderstanding to thigh-slapping laughter.Hitting the keyboard’s “I” instead of the intended “o” caused chuckles recently. Reading an advertisement for funeral home employment, a radio announcer listed requisites for the job.“Must be able to ease the grieving process for live ones,” he said, quickly changing to, “I meant, loved ones.”….Many Texans could complete college degrees in the time it takes to be served at Texas Drivers’ License offices.Even simplest requests require appointments to be made months in advance. The system is broken, and all I have heard ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331