Andrew Goldberg

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  • Scott Polacek posted 1621 days ago

    Scott Polacek

    Thanks for the edits and feedback today Andrew. Much appreciated.

  • Dylan DeSimone posted 1623 days ago

    Dylan DeSimone

    Hey Andrew, thanks for looking it over!

  • Shaun Church posted 1623 days ago

    Shaun Church

    Hey Andrew, thanks for the edits. Looks great. I do have a question, though. In the 2012 AP Stylebook, in the sports section under football is the following for yardage:

    "He plunged in from the 2." This goes for my sentence, " were downed inside the 5," right? Let me know, and thanks for the in-depth feedback.

  • Mark Carroll posted 1634 days ago

    Mark Carroll

    Belated thank you for the edits, Andrew. I appreciate the attention to detail.

  • Thomas Cooper posted 1658 days ago

    Thomas Cooper

    Thanks for the edits on my Tottenham piece, Andrew.

  • Alex Sims posted 1664 days ago

    Alex Sims

    Andrew, thanks for the edits and the information on parenthetical citations. I was not aware of that particular B/R style rule.

    I am now, though haha. Thank you!

  • Jon Reid posted 1664 days ago

    Jon Reid

    Thanks Andrew!

  • Isaac Smith posted 1667 days ago

    Isaac Smith

    thanks for the edits and feedback!

  • Giancarlo Ferrari-King posted 1667 days ago

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King

    Thank you very much for the edits man. Really appreciate the time you put into helping me. Sorry about the style mistakes, will avoid them moving forward.

    Thanks again for your time!

  • Thomas Cooper posted 1672 days ago

    Thomas Cooper

    Thanks for the edits on my Tottenham piece, Andrew. I should say though that you don't need to include "the" in front of the word Spurs. It is not like talking about the San Antonio Spurs basketball team and calling them "the Spurs". For the English football club, they are generally referred to as just "Spurs" when using that nickname.