A sharp-eyed reader pointed out some problems in this paragraph in the Cheers and Jeers editorial of Wednesday’s Northfield News:
Jeers to the numbskulls who in the past week have went through the ice on various Minnesota waters. Tragically, a couple have even died from their poor decisions. However, in many cases, those who risk going onto ice too soon risk not only their lives, but the lives of emergency rescue personnel who are called out to rescue them from frozen water. Despite annual warnings from officials and media sources, many still believe they can defy gravity and take a several-hundred-pound ATV on a thin sheet of ice. It’s too bad: If a rescue scenario didn’t involve risking the lives of emergency personnel, we could just chalk up senseless acts such as this to Darwinism.
Can you spot ’em?