Oh, thank goodness: at long last, something needs a copy editor!
I have not been finding as many notable blunders because there is just not as much English in my life these days, and on principle I don’t like to pick on instances where English is not the writer’s primary language. (But, Google Translate, your day is coming… I have been meaning to collect all the instances of bizarre translation that language software can give you.)
Then today one of my friends raised the alarm on this stealthy culprit: a children’s alphabet shirt on sale at Target—with no letter o! This sort of thing makes my day. If you go to the image and zoom it enough, you can confirm that there is indeed a lacking vowel.
Meanwhile, it’s fall here for sure. Supporting evidence (besides Europeans wearing down parkas) includes the following: