You’re incorrect. Typography is not all that important, but then again, neither is the Oscars. This so-called disaster was one of the only entertaining episodes in an Oscar Awards night for years. The next day the sun still came up, so who cares? The La La Land Producer is the only admirable character in this story. In Hollywood these silly awards actually seem to matter, so his sportsmanship on losing the award he had just been given was that of a true gentleman.

In the real world, the problem was caused by a PWC Accountant who was tweeting when he should have been carefully reading the envelopes, not by the typography of the cards.

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