If you’re putting on a charity event for autism, you may not want to not have a band called "Slightly Stoopid" as your headliner. And you definitely don’t want to put that band’s name at the top of your flier.
So, apparently, The Belly Up Tavern who is hosting this event didn’t realize that maybe not everyone on their mailing list knows that Slightly Stoopid is a band and thus 95% of the people who received this thought they were throwing an event for Autistic people, and calling the event "Slightly Stoopid: A benefit for autistic children."
But then they realized, and sent the obligatory awesome apology e-mail.
If you can’t read it, it says this:
"The Belly Up offers their sincerest apologies for any misunderstanding about the April 15th charitable fundraiser for Autistic Children email. The band that is playing for this charitable event is called Slightly Stoopid, spelled with two "oo’s" It was never our intent nor the intent of Autism Tree Project to suggest that the name of the event is called Slightly Stoopid."
Thanks to reader Cirrus A. of San Diego for sending this in.