On the one hand I hate it when I pass something I've written to a proofreader or copyeditor and my work comes back all marked up. "I wanted THAT comma just where I put it, for gosh sakes!"
(Please excuse my Kalatchian.)
On the other hand, it is somewhat embarrassing when I've posted an article and then, within minutes, someone (yes, Brian LaGrave [my copyediting nemesis], I am talking about you) sends me an email saying "Did you really mean to say 'xxx'?"
So I can only imagine what the authors of the following newspaper headlines thought when their misdeeds were brought to their attention:
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