October 30, 2013
I love Bay Area sports. I've been a San Francisco 49ers fan ever since Day 1, and over the years I've become a big fan of the Warriors and Giants as well. I also lived in Barcelona for a year and love La Blaugrana, and I feel comfortable saying I'm an S.J. Sharks fan without feeling like a bandwagoneer.
I graduated from Colorado State in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree in journalism. I currently copy edit for B/R.
To all of the writers who appreciate my editing and feedback—you are welcome. I enjoy it very much.
Thanks for the edits and kind words, Ryan!
Thanks for the edits and the feedback on my Kliff Kingsbury piece, Ryan. It seems like you put a good amount of time and attention to it...much appreciated.
Thanks for the edits, Ryan. Appreciate the work and comments.
Thanks for the corrections today Ryan. I have to watch out for those compound modifiers. Much appreciated.
Thanks Ryan, appreciate the edits
Thanks for another edit Ryan. i appreciate your detailed comments too. It's very helpful.
Thanks for the edit Ryan!
Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. I think it is a wrestling lingo thing because the original way I had it makes more sense.
"A guy like Big Show is immensely valuable to a wrestling company because he can make almost anyone look like a huge star by putting them over."
What I am saying is "he (Big Show) can make anyone like look a big star by putting them (The other person) over." Which is why he is valuable. I think where it got confusing was not knowing that "He" meant Big Show and "Them" meant his opponent.
I went back and changed it to what I originally had because what you changed it to kind of said the opposite of what I meant to say. Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for the edit and the feedback.
Thanks for the edit, but I've now heard two conflicting edits on the P.M. vs PM thing. Not sure if you are right or the previous editor.