Around 11:30 this morning, the Courier-Journal posted a link to a “Live Video: Abbey Road on the River preview concert.” Sounds ordinary. Not so much. The link to the page contained multiple obscenities, such as ^%$#@*% and #!@$#(*&.
The C-J removed the offending text—and comments from horrified Louisvillians—after about 20 minutes, but Louisville.com was lucky enough to catch it before they did. It might not be at the same level as the Janet Jackson half-time boob slip but it’s still a quality C-J error.
See the vulgarity on the next page.
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