Everyone makes mistakes, however, some mistakes just make one despair. The City of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada recently put out a brochure designed, in part, to help employees that have recently arrived from out of province navigate the process of getting an Alberta drivers' licence. In the brochure, they used an example graphic of an out-of-province drivers' licence. In fact, it was an image of a drivers' licence from out of country. The image they used in the brochure was of the Florida drivers' licence of one Mohammed Atta, one of the terrorists that crashed aircraft into the World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001. More on the story can be found here: http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/WeirdNews/2007/10/24/4600861-sun.html Perhaps the person that selected this image was visiting planet Zentar for the last six years and honestly had no idea that something had happened in New York. Then again, maybe they are a lazy municipal employee that is as thick as a brick. This is almost as bad as when the Royal Canadian Legion ran their Million Dollar Lottery and the advertising agency used "inspiring martial music" in the radio and TV ads. Unfortunately, in that case the "inspiring martial music" they used was Die Horst Wessel Lied. Scheisse!