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Graduate of the State University of New York at New Paltz (2010), with a BA in English/Creative Writing.
Aside from reading at my leisure, I enjoy playing competitive volleyball and casual basketball. I love the drama of sports and Manchester City (and almost all of the Premier League) and love/hate the New York Knicks.
Hi Tyler, thanks for taking a look at the Ballon d'Or piece. Just wondering where you got your numbers from as I've read/found otherwise on some.
Thanks Tyler. But I'm sure there are a number of things in your list that I didn't do - attribution for Wenger missing out on targets, losing first match, Defoe reuniting with Crouch.
Tyler, thanks for the editing on the amnesty article. Don't know how I whiffed those links/numbers. Appreciate you making the fix. Thanks again.
Thanks for the edits, Tyler. I was having serious issues with the CMS this morning. I couldn't even link anything and some of my slides didn't save my changes...hence, some of the wrong videos made the cut. Thanks for fixing it for me. I was told to delete my cookies, so I believe the issue is finally resolved.
Hey Tyler, thanks for taking a look at those rankings. In football, 'released' and 'free' are pretty synonymous, just that 'free' indicates a destination's been lined up anyway. Can you give me some examples of the passive voice? Cheers bud.
Thanks for the edits, Tyler. Always appreciate the work.
Hey Tyler, thanks for the quality edit today. I'll keep those things in mind moving forward.
Saw the secondary edits on DJ Hayden. Thanks, Tyler, for catching the silliness that escaped my revisions while I was writing that at 3:30 AM. Much appreciated, as always.
Thanks for the edits, Tyler. Apologies that those were necessary.
I actually thought about letting the top seeds choose their matchups in each round, but felt as if that was a bit too radical. In comparison, the rest of those proposed changes seemed tamer and more realistic.
Thanks for the edits, Tyler. Appreciate the work and advice.