Ignorant Mistakes

Lake Oswego, Ore., is a tiny grid of low, clean buildings wedged into the apex of the Willamette River and the eponymous, oblong lake. It looks like something a model train might trundle through, the crisp white buildings and black rooftops encircled with perfect pine trees.
- Emily Flitter, A Wealthy Suburban Community’s Disturbing Open Secrets, NYT, March 29, 2018 [In fact, the trees encircling Lake Oswego are predominantly firs or spruces; there are few pines.]

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