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I updated my "Top 25 Network" slide on the "Top 20 Ways to Improve College Football" article. Let me know if that worked, or if I need to come at it from a completely different angle. :)
Either way, thanks for the edit and the opportunity to improve the piece!
Hi Bill. I wanted to say thanks for your edits on and your kind words about my Tottenham/Adebayor piece a couple of days back.
Thanks again for the edits, Bill. Much appreciated like always.
Thanks so much for the edits, Bill! Nice to get advice from a veteran like yourself and your suggestions and tips are much appreciated.
Thanks for the edits, Bill. Appreciate the work and suggestions.
Thanks for the edits, Bill!
Thanks for the edit Bill. "analyse" and "unlobotomised" are the British versions of the words.
Bill, thanks for the edit and suggestion. I added two paragraphs regarding Lopez's struggles in crunch-time and lack of rebounding against Joakim Noah last night. Great editing, keep it up!
Thanks, Bill. Why does your name ring all kinds of bells with me? I know we know each other from some previous stop, but I can't place it. Didn't you work @ Sports Xchange for a while?
Thank you for the edit. I appreciate you pointing out the difference between amount and number there. Thanks again.