Oh, this crazy, mixed-up, self-referential, gonzo blogging world in which we live.
Brian Marston of the Commonspace was driving south on Grand Boulevard through Grand Center recently when his sharp eye spotted what he correctly identified as a "truly stunning and hilarious typographical error." The error is on a mural on the Woolworth building painted by Loyola Academy students, which features portraits of famous black artists from St. Louis. Each image is labeled with the person's line of work - and the line under Nelly's likeness simply says, "Raper." Whoa, Nelly!
I'd like to note that my name was boldfaced in the same Little Debbie as Nelly's. I'm waiting for my invitation to be Kato to Nelly's O.J. I'm also waiting for someone to fix the mural. I wonder which one will happen first.