(Before anyone mentions it, the above mistake is deliberate.)
I’m a weird combination of things. I’m very precise (or try to be) about the words I use, because I know that words have very specific connotations. I’m usually pretty good about spelling things correctly and using proper grammar. However, I’m also usually in a hurry. I think a whole lot faster than I can talk or type, so a lot of times I make a typo that I won’t notice because I’m miles beyond that spot in the post. So I do make a lot of errors, but none of them have been as costly at these seven incredibly expensive clerical errors.
It’s amazing how big of a difference the wrong date or the wrong comma can make in a contract, isn’t it? I mean, that one little mistake can cost companies millions of dollars! I guess that’s why the EULA agreements for software are so long!