Editors are very, very important, but they are still human - so game changing typos still wiggle their way into headlines on occasion.
In most cases, typos are swiftly corrected and don't strongly affect the overall tone of an article. However, not all typos are created equal, and some bumped letters can send a vastly different message than others.
A recently botched headline by local Jamestown newspaper the Post-Journal hilariously transformed a headline about Julia Roberts' robust career into a crass compliment towards her genitals.
This headline brings up some key valid questions - did NO ONE actually catch this? How do you mix up an R and H when they are reasonably far from each other ln the keyboard?! Was it a purposeful ploy to go viral?