Julia Roberts headline typo makes things real awkward for local paper

Spell check isn’t always your friend — more like a casual acquaintance. Just look at what happened to the Post-Journal‘s  stunning headline for an AP story they picked up this weekend about Julia Roberts.  It’s very possible the editor used spell check. Unfortunately for the paper, the function doesn’t always pick up on errors like this one: Clearly the headline meant to read “roles” not “holes.” For the record, however, I’m happy for Roberts either way. Holes do tend to

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