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The New York Times issued a very specific correction May 22 related to its reporting on when the Broadway show “Death of a Salesman” received a standing ovation.

The correction reads:

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“A critic’s notebook article on Monday about the prevalence of standing ovations at Broadway shows described incorrectly the quickness with which audience members appeared to be on their feet at a performance of the current revival of “Death of a Salesman.” Their ovation seemed to occur within a millisecond — one-thousandth of a second — not a megasecond, which is one million seconds.”

Hat Tip: Andy Borowitz

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