Lindsay Diaz came home one day to find that her life was ruined by the kookiest of mishaps. Her house had been completely demolished by Billy L. Nabors Demolition, whose slogan is "We could wreck the world -- Jesus saves," which is the demolition man's version of "Kill 'em all and let God sort them out." When confronted, the company insisted that they had been contracted to tear down 7601 Cousteau Drive. The only problem was that Diaz's address was 7601 Calypso Drive, which for Google Maps somehow counted as "close enough."
A spokesperson for Google admitted, "Both addresses were shown as being in the same location on Google Maps," adding that "the issue was fixed as soon as it was brought to our attention." Thank goodness they corrected that glitch after the demolition. That solves everything! At least now the pizza delivery guy won't get lost when he's bringing an order to the pile of rubble.
Afterwards, the demolition company issued this heartfelt statement to a very angry Diaz: "It's not a big deal." Sure, who among us has not accidentally unleashed a brigade of steel machines to rip apart a woman's life, then looked over, saw the street sign, and went "Whoopsie daisy"? Let he who is without sin cast the first stone at the glass house, Ms. Diaz. Well, she doesn't have a house anymore, so she can throw all the stones she likes.