So, this story just cracks me up!  It's has been discovered the U. S. Postal Service used the wrong Statue of Liberty on a recent commemorative stamp. Instead of the New York City landmark, they unintentionally used a shot of the replica at the New York New York Hotel in Las Vegas. It's a real tight head shot, and it actually took a stamp collector to call 'em out on it. They have no intention of corrrecting the error. I don't blame them---they printed over 3 billion---and there's no need to recall.

Well, I look forward to future commemorative stamps, like Mount Brushmore, The Average Canyon, The Saint Louis Golden Arches-way and Somewhat Unfaithful.