Wishful thinking?

Gary Larson
Check this item from the Minneapolis Star Tribune today (Wed.), the first item under "Corrections" at page A2: 

"A brief on Page A12 Nov. 5 incorrectly referred to the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as deceased."

Reminds me that about a dozen years ago, Lady Thatcher came to the Twin Cities to lecture at the HHH Institute at the University of Minnesota.   She got no mention, none at all, in Star Tribune.   It was as if this famous leader of the free world did not exist, evidently a non-person to the kids writing our newspapers today.
Check this item from the Minneapolis Star Tribune today (Wed.), the first item under "Corrections" at page A2: 

"A brief on Page A12 Nov. 5 incorrectly referred to the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as deceased."

Reminds me that about a dozen years ago, Lady Thatcher came to the Twin Cities to lecture at the HHH Institute at the University of Minnesota.   She got no mention, none at all, in Star Tribune.   It was as if this famous leader of the free world did not exist, evidently a non-person to the kids writing our newspapers today.