Check out the Amazon.com listing of Marshall McLuhan's iconic The Medium is the Message. This particular printing turns the word "message" into "massage" not just on the cover but the back jacket as well. The Amazon reviewers don't seem to notice. The error continues in their postings.
WTF? How does a publisher screw up the title of so famous a book? And why aren't reviewers LOLing all over this goof?
McLuhan is likely rolling in his grave. Or perhaps he'd say, "told you so."
Hat-tip to The Last Psychiatrist. I agree with him, that there's something creepy in an Orwellian sense here. People in touch with the past are supposed to pipe up and correct the present when it gets the past so wrong. The continuity of the historic record keeps us grounded in reality. It keeps us sane.