*Sydney, Australia’s Penguin Group publishing is under fire for a typo. According to BBC News , the publisher’s cookbook, “Pasta Bible” had 7,000 copies printed before they noticed that one of the recipes, spelt tagliatelle with sardines and prosciutto, called for the dish to include “ground black people.”

How could something like THAT be overlooked?  Strange, huh? Well, Penguin Group’s head of publishing, Bob Sessions, thought that it was a totally “forgivable” mistake on the part of (more … at eurThisNThat.com)