Should we expect perfection? No. Should we expect USA Today to know where Colorado is located? Seems like a good idea. Readers noticed a curious image in a recent USA Today story about the smuggling of Colorado marijuana outside the state. Check it out:
— Jeremy Downing (@CitizenJD) May 15, 2016
Dear USA Today – One problem with this would be: that's not Colorado. pic.twitter.com/Hc2sg7ER7B
— Jeff Rakestraw (@RakestrawJeff) May 15, 2016
— Natalie Bee (@ghostinmarble) May 15, 2016
Looks like Wyoming suddenly became a hotbed for marijuana. Who knew?
— Brandon Chrisman (@brandonchrisman) May 15, 2016
— Misfit (@meesfit) May 15, 2016
— Rabananda Bennett (@Rabananda) May 15, 2016
That awkward moment, when a company named USA Today, can't tell the difference between Wyoming and Colorado. pic.twitter.com/N6UwaPVsaD
— Digital_Utopia (@Digital_Utopia) May 14, 2016
— Elizabeth (@CleverlyLemon) May 15, 2016
— In Between (@_InBtween) May 15, 2016
— Joshua Dorne (@joshuadorne) May 15, 2016
It looks as if the graphic on the story has now been corrected by USA Today. Colorado and Wyoming can rest assured they are in the same geographical position that they have maintained for well over a century.