Duluth News Tribune is reporting that Minnesota-based Moorhead High School didn't spot the misspelling of their own name on the cover of their 2013 yearbook when it was sent off to the printers. A school adviser and two classes of yearbook class students missed the error during rounds of proofreading and allowed the town's name to be spelled "Moorehead" inadvertently. It's been reported that the school can't afford to reprint the yearbooks.
Forget frozen pizza; science has finally created a slice that can last three years on the shelf before going bad.
No, it's not DiGiorno. It's a ready-to-eat meal — known as a MRE — created for the military. In combat zones where field kitchens are not an option, soldiers rely on these meals, which don't need to be refrigerated or frozen.