Lately, I've seen too many members of the media taking themselves far too seriously. Maybe it's a defense mechanism. The media, particularly TV news, has taken a lot of hits lately - some well-deserved and some is a bit of old-fashioned "blame the messenger" syndrome. I should add that it is not just the media, either. In the past few years, I've seen more social media junkies taking themselves far too seriously. So, it feels like a good time to show some humility and provide much-needed levity at the same time. Here are some of the best headline goof-ups from America's well-intentioned editors. Enjoy: Forecasters call for weather on Monday. Homicide victims rarely talk to police. 'We hate math,' say 4 in 10 - a majority of Americans. Weight Watchers demonstrator shoplifts cupcakes. World Bank says poor need more money. Miracle cure kills fifth patient. Statistics show that teen pregnancy drops off significantly after age 25. Man found dead in graveyard. Marijuana issue sent to a joint committee. Survey finds fewer deer after hunt. China may be using sea to hide its submarines. Federal agents raid gun shop, find weapons. Barbershop singers bring joy to school for deaf.