A Picture is worth a whatwhat?

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13 Responses to “A Picture is worth a whatwhat?”

  1. Daragh says:

    Oh dear. Somebody should tell her about spellcheck.

  2. Conor Reidy says:

    A tad unfortunate but 95% of the populace will stroll past and filter out the spelling error, human nature is not to notice such mistakes unless they are glaring.

  3. Lee Munroe says:

    Had to look at this a few times before I realised what the problem was 😉

  4. Enda says:

    I’m telling you, she did this on purpose because there aren’t thousands of green jobs! She’s saving herself!

  5. TUG says:

    The Knowledge Economy minus spellcheck!

  6. Ed says:

    Err, it’s a test, we are testing the educational levels of our future workers.

  7. Annie says:

    Yikes! I’ve a feeling one of those ‘thouands’ might be losing their job soon….

  8. Alan Murray says:

    Well she is getting alot more free publicity over the spelling blunder so in her eyes the advertising has paid off 😀

  9. Green Ink says:

    And she’s like, literally standing. She’s like a one-woman dole queue.

  10. Damian says:

    Yep. Mary Regan in the Examiner is onto our ruse. “With Ms De Burca’s picture getting guaranteed coverage in what is bound to be a tough contest in the Dublin constituency, a cynic might say it was just a well thought out publicity stunt.” (Story for some reason not online)

    The billboard and bus shelter ads are spelt correctly. It was only the admobile truck wot was spelt bad.

  11. Rob says:

    I wonder if her stuff was printed on recycled paper?

  12. Mick Regan says:

    Ok, you have to be logged in to Facebook for this to work, but go to http://www.facebook.com/barackobama?v=info&viewas=0 – scroll down to Barack Obamas ‘Work Info’ and then click on ‘Senator’.

    Hey Presto – up she pops!
    (Now thats not bad for someone who can’t spell!)

  13. Mick Regan says:

    Damien, i just had another look and i think you have to be in the Facebook Ireland network for the Barack O’Bama thing to work – still quite a coup tho!