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Today in great Twitter content, Parker Molloy launched a thread of screenshots of some of the most fantastic corrections that online publications have had to make to their articles. Please peruse and relish these appended apologies, explanations and other absurd details that some poor editors had to make.

We've got confusion between subjects' handles and names:

"She's my sister! My daughter! My sister and my daughter!"

Some browser extension troubleshooting:

Sometimes, a lightly embarrassing lack of research hangs out:

A few inexplicable errors:

And perhaps the gravest error of all:

RIP to Ms. Fraijo and all of these journalists.

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