Today's lack of proofreading, courtesy of the Bay of Plenty Times:
"When you are talking millions of are putting that in the right mode in the right time," she said.
Later in the same article:
This trial is expected to cost $80 dollars, you want to make sure you million to start and $10m a year to keep running.
It looks like someone accidentally grabbed the "dollars, you want to make sure you" out of the first sentence and dropped it into the second.
If it was an accurate quotation, I sincerely hope that the person being quoted is not allowed anywhere near budgets of that size...wooden blocks in the corner would seem more appropriate, or perhaps crayons...
They'd probably eat them.