Finally hit some shots and this happens... #congratson9 A photo posted by ChandlerParsons (@chandlerparsons) on Nov 11, 2014 at 12:19pm PST It's an honest mistake! (Especially if Parsons told the barista his name was "Dirk" in order to get a funny Instagram photo and joke.) (We're not suggesting Mr. Show More Summary
So the first time Amanda Bynes was caught shoplifting yesterday, it could’ve been an honest mistake because she’s crazy and easily distracted. Except not even a few hours later, she got caught again only this time because she doesn’t think she has to pay for goods and services which also checks out because have I Read More...
It probably wasn't a huge deal, but it's also not a great thing when the starting quarterback misses a team meeting.
Summary: Each and every organization I've spent time with has encouraged me and others to speak their mind about issues important to personal growth or company direction. I've never found an example where an "open-door policy" wasn't in place. So it has always amused me when groups of 40, 50, or more freeze...
A four-year-old girl is in protective custody after her family accidentally left her behind at a park. If making an honest mistake like this is enough to have your child taken from you, I may never leave the house with my kids again. More » Accidentally Leaving Your Child In A Park Doesn’t Warrant Losing Custody is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Urban Outfitters CEO Dick Hayne explained away the company's decision to sell what appeared to be a blood-splattered Kent State sweatshirt by saying that it was merely an honest mistake. Hayne maintained that position in an internal email sent to employees yesterday, but chose not to address any underlying problems that got UO into this mess in the first place. Read more...
Post by Jenny Erikson. Remember that time a giant fashion retailer marketed children's pajamas that looked just like the outfits worn by concentration camp prisoners during the Holocaust? Yeah, that was now. Seriously you guys, thisShow More Summary
Shaneen Allen faces three and a half years in prison because she made an honest mistake, followed by a mistake of honesty. Allen, a 27-year-old phlebotomist who lives in Philadelphia, drove to Atlantic City with a gun in her purse, erroneously thinking her Pennsylvania carry permit would be respected in New Jersey. Show More Summary
Philadelphia single mom Shaneen Allen got a concealed carry permit (CCW) and handgun after being the victim of two separate robberies in the past year. After an "honest mistake" in which she drove into New Jersey with the gun in her car, she also received a court date and faces up to 11.5 years in prison for violating NJ gun and ammunition laws. Show More Summary
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How used to horrific gun violence are we here in the US? This used to it: It’s been up like that for nearly an hour. Some commenters are accusing the Trib of click-baiting, but I suspect it’s an honest mistake. This space reserved for your ad.
An honest mistake. Could have happened to anyone: The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has angered Muslim staff by hosting a hog roast to celebrate the Commonwealth Games beneath the windows of its Arabic TV service. The Sun on...Show More Summary
Here’s an honest mistake that could happen to anybody. A guy comes into the hospital for a circumcision (this isn’t a joke setup), you put him under for surgery and something goes wrong. Yadda, yadda, yadda. He wakes up without a penis. That’s the horrifying allegation brought by a lawsuit against Princeton Baptist Medical Center in […]
ABC misidentified a suffering Palestinian family as being Israeli. It shouldn't be seen as just an honest mistake.
Aqib Talib isn't mad that the Dallas Police Department mixed him with his brother in a June 29 arrest announcement. Talib calls it an 'honest mistake.'
On June 27 scholars gathered at different universities as part of an international discussion on the wrongful arrest and detention of Global Voices community member Alexander Sodiqov in Tajikistan.
The company is showing some heart to the employee who mistakenly sent the image.
A Georgia toddler died inside a hot car after his father forgot to take him to daycare. Justin Ross Harris, age 33, claims he made an honest mistake. Unfortunately, the mistake led to the death of his 22-month-old son. Harris routinely dropped his son off at the facility on his way to work. However, on
Ok, this is an honest mistake by FIFA’s webmasters, but while checking FIFA’s website for venue information for today’s Viewing Picks, imagine your humble author’s surprise when he saw a score for the Brazil-Croatia game, scheduled for 4 p.m. ET today. Instead of São Paulo’s local time listed, imagine the shock of seeing a 2-2 […]