Does the LA Times benefits package include vision? FBLA wonders because the correction of the day is a doozie:
An article in Sunday’s California section profiling members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors said that decorations on the walls of Supervisor Mike Antonovich’s office included a framed letter from his “hero,” inventor and visionary Buckminster Fuller. The article should have identified Antonovich’s hero as conservative columnist and National Review magazine founder William F. Buckley Jr., who sent the letter that is framed in the supervisor’s office.
FBLA doubts that either gent signs his photos “Love, Bucky”.