NOW THAT'S WHAT WE CALL EVERYDAY MATH

It bothers Loving Mother when we disappear into the office periodically on Sundays to check the scores of NFL games on the computer. So now Fellow does it for us. The other day, he amazed us with this report from our desk: "The Patriots are leading, 14-6! So that means the Patriots must have two touchdowns, and Miami must have two field goals!"

He's applying what we've taught him, and we couldn't be prouder.

EXCELSIOR, TRUE BELIEVERS!

Mrfantasticad As you know, Freelance Dad doesn't like to use this space to toot his own horn. However, today we can boast of having spurred a correction in the paper of record, the New York Times. After a spirited back and forth between FD and the paper's public editor desk, the Times ran this correction on Sunday:

 

The City

A picture caption on Sept. 24 with an article about immigrant workers who were photographed as superheroes misidentified one of the superheroes. Sergio García, a worker, was dressed as Mr. Fantastic, the Fantastic Four team member with an elastic body — not as Elastic Man. (Go to article)

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