FEMA Can't Spell, Manage Emergencies
What to do when your FOIA request turns up boring documents? Seize on that most satisfying of criticisms, the typo. As Raw Story has done, delightfully, with Michael Brown's application to work for FEMA. Below, a sample of Brown's application (helpful proofreading marks provided by us at no additional cost):
And, hilariously, they did it again on the next page. Simple error? More likely: FEMA's subconscious demonstration of resentment at losing its independence to a de[a]partment that, while a completely useless and nightmarish bureaucratic cesspool of money, you'd hope has a few secretaries on staff who can proofread these things.