Folks, I don't look for them. I merely document them when I see them.
This typo is from an article on WaPo mobile. I think they might need to put a remedial proofreading class on the "shedule."
The next one is from a performance review form. I won't name the company, because it's not "relavant." However, they clearly do not have any "matrics" for measuring spelling.
Finally, we all know how evil those homonyms can be.
Personally, I'm against homonyms, especially when they insist on getting together with the antonyms and synecdoches. The next thing you know the similes and metaphors will want to get married, which will inevitably lead to the downfall of traditional sentence structure.