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!
Thank you for the edits and the feedback. I will take note!
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.