In the course of my work on AGRIPPA, I've noticed what appear to be two typos in the version posted as authoritative here on the WG site:
The first is in the closing lines of section III:
torqueflite radio, heather and power steering and brakes, new
w.s.w. premium tires. One owner. $1,595.
Presumably "heather" above should be heater.
The second is in the closing lines of the poem:
tonight red lanterns are battered.
in the mechanism.
Persumably the period after "battered" should be a comma: battered,
Incidentally, I'd be very grateful to receive examples of other instances of "bit rot" (i.e. variants) in any of the AGRIPPA texts now in general circulation. The poem's been the subject of a couple of parodies, most notably AGR1PPA by Patrick Kroupa (easy to find with Google), but I have yet to run across truly substantive variants (changed words, additonal lines, etc.) in any copy purporting to be an authentic version of the text.
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