"My daughter," writes flickr user casual clicks in his photostream, "saw this error carved into a public monument on the grounds of the South Dakota state capitol, Pierre."
How, you ask, can this error have happened? And on a public monument, no less? Well, casual clicks explains: "Locals say the error happened because George Bush required all public venues having words inscribed on them pass his desk for editing. Good job, George. Guess he didn't pay much attention in 3rd grade, or 4th, or 5th when this rule is taught."