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Vox populi Opportunity for improvement
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and if the end product seems to indicate inattentiveness somewhere in the process, I always want to know where the screwup occurred.
In 2009, the White House forced the resignation of Louis Caldera, the director of the White House Military Office, after a screwup over an Air Force One publicity flight over New York.
SEVEN months before the Euro 2012 campaign and we've had our first screwup.
Stars: Will Smith, Charlize Theron Premise: Forget superhero; the drunken screwup at the center of this action comedy is a superzero.
This is not the result of a strategic screwup by traditional media, unless you consider failing to invent Google a strategic screwup.
It's bad enough to goof--it's far worse to have to explain your screwup to your client and your boss, a crowd of curious onlookers and the police.
In the aviation maintenance business, if there's a single word that has become shorthand for a worst-case screwup, it's "ValuJet," the now-defunct low-cost carrier that outsourced its repair work to a firm called SabreTech.
SEEMINGLY, DIVINE PROVIDENCE has delivered the Democrats the perfect issue for 2006--the epic Medicare prescription-drug screwup.
Think of all the family and friends who suffered as a result of this screwup.
Imagine a new sitcom: A charming, New Agey, middle-aged screwup (think, say, Aida Turturro) takes off for a two-week trip to India, dumping her worldly-wise 9-year old son on her charming, middle-aged gay bear of a brother (Kevin James, maybe?
Just another intelligence screwup, with several hundred dead mothers and kids as the price.