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Thank you for the great read! Oakland is always one of the most interesting teams to follow when the draft rolls around.
Good call on them trading down in Round 1, but I could also see them selecting another shocker in the form of a developmental prospect with great upside.
You're welcome, Tommy! Thanks for the kind words. Keep up the good work.
I understand,I'm sure you have enough to do. I just meant the guys we picked up,lol, not the entire league. I am loving a few of them. Best wishes to them and the Raiders.
Hi Tommy, hey man, do you plan on writing an article about the UDFAs after they are officially announced? Thx for your reply,and enjoy your Sunday bro!
Thanks for jumping right on that, Tommy! I really appreciate that. It looks good (basically we're just trying to make sure the website, paper, etc. and/or photographer is being sourced with the photos).
And you're welcome! Enjoy the last day of the draft!
You're welcome, Tommy! As for the pesky em-dash (and trust me, you are not alone when it comes to using these!), it depends on what kind of computer you're using:
-For a Mac: SHIFT-OPTION-(dash)
-For a PC: ALT-0151 on a PC (hold down ALT while typing 0151 on the numeric keypad)
If those don't work for some reason, you could always copy and paste one when needed.
Let me know if you have any questions!
No worries Tommy, I have to edit word for word, letter by letter anyhow, so it's just a few seconds. And I know it's a hard habit to break, it's just sort of an unwritten rule for the Web http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/technology/2011/01/space_invaders.html. And if you take a look at the original (http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1129457/edit_old) you'll notice the spacing inconsistencies it causes as well (second paragraph from the bottom for example). So it helps circumvent that. Great work, 500-plus reads already.
Stalker-ish? C'mon dude, that's ridiculous. Profiles are there for a reason. Keep up the great work—solid, solid numbers on your last four pieces here!
My pleasure, Tommy. Keep up the fine work.
You're welcome, Tommy!