"Compton, a lifetime church member and mother of two from Cupertino, Calif., believes some Mormons fear voicing opinions that contradict church leaders and lead to them being ostracized in their congregations, called wards." - 'Mormons take gay union issue to the Internet', msnbc.com, cited 22 Aug 2008.
A friend of mine ran spell check through her A Streetcar Named Desire essay and unwittingly allowed it to change all the instances of Blanche to Blaise. To make matters worse, it went unnnoticed until the teacher handed it back with question marks all over it and a rather verbose comment at the end.
This seems to be, serendipitously, a wonderfully apt name for those fanciful flights created by inobservant (or simply lazy) devotees of spell-check programs, considering that St. Joseph of Cupertino "was said to have been remarkably unclever, but prone to miraculous levitation, and intense ecstatic visions that left him gaping," according to the Wikipedia entry (as of 20 July 2008, at 1 am CET), which seems to be citing Angelo Pastrovicchi's 1980 biography of the saint.