3 horrible ways typos could alter the course of your life

The United Federation of Teachers director of staff Ellie Engler called out the union secretary Howard Schoor for his alleged “deviceiveness” — or, what she probably meant to write, “divisiveness” — in two e-mails obtained by The New York Post this week, and originally written last August. A spokeswoman for the UFT said the organization does not comment on internal communications. Whether you’re a teacher, union representative or — for that matter, a writer — bad spelling can embarrass you. But there are other ways it can alter the course of your life. This British man, Nigel Lang, said his life was ruined when police mistook him for someone else due to a typo.

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