Jon Orbach

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  • Scott Polacek posted 858 days ago

    Scott Polacek

    Thanks for the edits, Jon. Always appreciated.

  • Craig Amos posted 858 days ago

    Craig Amos

    Thanks for the edit, Jon.

  • David Pick posted 858 days ago

    David Pick

    Jon,

    Thanks for awesome feedback. I asked Domani and Panov how each spell their names in English. Both said with a Y at the end, rather I. Thus, Dmitry, and Sergey.

    Thanks again.

  • David Pick posted 863 days ago

    David Pick

    Jon,

    Just saw your message now. For some reason I thought I'd be notified via email when you've responded.

    Anyhow ... THANKS.

    I appreciate the notes, I've locked them in my vault and will make sure to put it to good use from here on out. It is, however, kind of confusing so I hope it sinks in sooner then later.

    San Antonio, Orlando, Chicago, Dallas --- has signed XYZ. Spurs, Magic, Bulls, Mavs -- have extended deal for ....

    I hope this was the HAS/HAVE linkage you meant and that I nailed it. Lol

    Best,

    David

  • David Pick posted 877 days ago

    David Pick

    Jon -

    Good eye with RC being R.C., I missed that. Thanks.

    I know Marjanovic has no H in his name. It must have been an added typo.

    Re: Intentions is spelled like that and not "intensions." Be consistent with your pronouns. - I got you, thanks again.

    When you're talking about a team and using its city name, make sure to use singular pronouns when referring to it. Ex: "San Antonio has taken a calculated risk on a proven international talent with a freakish frame, and have..." -- not following here, can you please explain?

    Make sure to always omit the list comma—the one between the last item of a list and the "and." Ex: "...humble, zero ego, and approachable." -- I will look to remember this. comma, then and. Got it.

    Remember that "it's" means "it is," while "its" is a possessive. -- I know this, typo, auto check I guess.

    Per B/R style, height should be in format: feet'inches" Ex: "7-foot-4 Serbian" Otherwise, nicely done. -- I have a problem with aesthetics. 7'4" makes my stomach rumble, rather 7-foot-4 looks cleaner to me. I'm weird like that, but point taken.

    Thanks for great feedback, Jon.

    always appreciated.

    David

  • Nick Selbe posted 908 days ago

    Nick Selbe

    Thanks for the edits Jon! I appreciate how fast you were able to catch everything.

  • Thomas Cooper posted 913 days ago

    Thomas Cooper

    Thanks for the edits on my England article, Jon.

  • Giancarlo Ferrari-King posted 926 days ago

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King

    Thanks for the edits, John, For the Chicago, it actually is both ways. It's commonly called both over various releases.

    Appreciate the help, especially with the modifiers.

  • Scott Polacek posted 931 days ago

    Scott Polacek

    Thanks for the edits tonight, Jon. Appreciate the feedback.