I mistook the take out pizza chain Papa John’s for the take-and-bake pizza chain Papa Murphy’s, and suggested that the first one accepted SNAP (food stamp) benefits in exchange for piping hot ready-to-eat pizza. I did this on a Facebook post of a friend, who was understanding about it, at least.
I texted a friend excitedly about a baseball game, the first game of the Pittsburgh Pirates at the Los Angeles Dodgers three-game series, that I thought was being played tonight, but which in fact does not happen until tomorrow. I owned up to it after discovering my own mistake.
I forgot my reading glasses at a restaurant where I had dinner with my sister, catching up on things and stuff. I had to go pick up the reading glasses today; luckily it was in my own neighborhood, and within walking distance.
On this day in 2002, yes, 18 years ago, I purchased the domain http://t.co/gYaxKljyDW. Happy Anniversary, Lunar Obverse.
— Brian Moon (@lunarobverse) September 17, 2015
I clearly got the math wrong. I corrected it in the following tweet, but not until after a friend called my attention to it on Facebook.
I’ve made some mistakes today. Mistakes were made. By me.
I regret the errors.