Hello one and all, my name is Danny Atkinson and I'm an Editorial Intern here at Bleacher Report. I'm a senior at Fordham majoring in History and minoring in Communications, and am a huge Red Sox fan from CT in the heart of Yankee territory. I'm also a big-time UConn fan and Jets fan (don't ask) and am overall a fan of MLB, NFL and NCAA basketball, as well as a casual NBA fan. I probably now more about baseball than anyone should. I've been a sports reporter and writer at both Fordham's radio station and student newspaper, and was the sports editor until earlier this year. I'm trying to break into sports journalism, though mny dream job would be to suceeed Theo as Red Sox GM.
You said I need to make my tags more relevant and you took away the most relevant tag for my article on the NFL Draft which was the NFL Draft tag and you replaced it with two players names as tags instead. I'm going to have to disagree, I know how to tag my articles, now and in the future.
Thanks for the edits Danny, I appreciate them.
Thank you kindly for the edit Dan.
Thanks for the edits Danny, they improved the article. Like most writers protective over their work I was ready to riot until I looked at my original. I typed it out on my iPhone you see and was too tired/lazy/stupid to check how it looked. Safe to say it looked awful. Thanks again.
Sent you a direct message, please get back to me ASAP
Hey Danny, thanks for your edits, but what do you mean about too many tags? The tagging page doesn't let you exceed the limits, how did I do that?
Thanks for the edits Danny. Definitely not my best work but we all have a slump here and there. Keep up the good work.
Thanks for the edits, wrote in haste and wanted to post and give time for folks to read prior to the release of the special. edits are always appreciated.
Thanks for the edit. Can you elaborate on the amount of tags I used? Were there too many? If so, how do I determine the right amount? Thanks!
Danny, thanks for the edit. Save the advice next time (unless it is a repetitive grammar mistake) and be careful when changing phrasing.