I almost don't want to tell you where I saw this particular typo.
I almost don't want to link you to the establishment that displays this typo.
But I will.
The day before Evelyn was born, Cody and I went to the library and ate River Market food and visited River Market Books and Gifts. We browsed and I flirted with him like it was a date because I knew I'd be having a baby in a day or two. I didn't find anything I needed, but Cody picked up a trade copy of some comic for $10 that would normally be $30. I wandered around the store a little bit longer while he paid and saw this:
This should be an okay sign. It's a sign in a bookstore. A bookstore owned/sponsored in part by/I've never quite understood/etc. by the Central Arkansas Library System. (At the very least, they share a parking lot.) We trust bookstore employees to know things about books. To alphabetize books by author in a designated genre shelf. To get things off of high shelves. To not write notes in which Every Word Begins With A Capital Letter Because They Think It's Official.
So close, and yet.......
I'm not even going to worry about the fact that the quote isn't inside quotation marks.
I am going to worry about the fact that a proper name isn't capitalized.
But the best part?
Did you notice that someone underlined the letter "J" three times? It's an editing mark indicating that a letter needs to be capitalized. I
Either they didn't notice the marks, or they appreciated the correction.
At least they have evidence I'm still thinking.