I dunno. Google's getting smarter, and if Google in the LS universe is anything like real-world Google, it will probably spot the spelling mistake. Case in point: a real-world Google search for 'Benjamin Halliganiv' redirects to 'Benjamin Halligan'.
It doesn't even care where the spaces are. I got almost the same results by searching 'tail steak', 'ta ils te ak' and 't a i l s t e a k'.
Unrelated: there actually is a real world person called Benjamin Halligan, who shortens it to Jamie. I guess I shouldn't be surprised by this, but I am. Actually there are real world namesakes for about half of the Leftover Soup characters. I really shouldn't be surprised by this.
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on Mon Jan 30, 2012 3:47 am, edited 1 time in total.