About a month ago, reader T.T. Douglas found the faulty headline pictured and highlighted above and e-mailed the Proofreader the following:
In the headline I believe they are trying to say "outrage" as in "fans are outraged," but instead they typed "outrange." Nice!Nice, yes. Also nice: T.T. went on to say a couple of laudatory things about the Proofreader--always a great idea.
And yes. T.T., S.I. most definitely intended to to use the word "outrage" (rather than the gibberish "outrange") as evidenced by the correction it made shortly after you noticed the bungled headline. Hopefully this mistake and another recent blunder made by S.I. aren't examples of a new sensibility the magazine is toying with. Stick to the mainstream eye candy you've gotten to know so well over the last 46 years, S.I.: under-clothed skinny babes.
The Proofreader thanks T.T. Douglas for submitting the mistake.