A civilised blog typed on paper with typewriters and about typewriters.
Heck, let the errors stand! They reflect the vitality and reality of typewriting.
Your post is fine. We all post typos. Nice Smith-coronas.I am guessing you were using the ribbons with the silly corrector where the red belongs????
I am a bit of a perfectionist. That I admit to any errors and do not cover them all is big for me.I would never put such a ribbon with white corrector tape on it in my Smith-Coronas! I have a Sears typewriter I got for $6 which was marketed with a correction ribbon, came with one, and is already whited up by previous users of it. Since it was cheap, although it actually types very well (it is a Japanese model), and is already marred with white, I keep it with the correction ribbon.I will post something with it to show it. The scans show more detail than the paper does to my eyes, so it is a good way to appreciate the typefaces.
I, too, am rather a perfectionist when it comes to posting typewritten posts on my blog. However, my errors ARE visible to the discerning eye.I have several sheets of that old KO-REC-COPY correction paper which was given to me by someone working in a business machine shop in 2001. I don't know what I'll switch to when it runs out...