As an avid New England sports fan, I admit that I may have some bias towards our local athletes. However, I try and be as objective as possible and provide readers with good, relevant sports takes.
I graduated with a degree in Communication Studies from the University of Puget Sound and while sports is my true passion, my current job is in PR.
The boxer Klitschko from Ukraine - pro-American! It supports the new illegal Ukrainian power which came by revolution and overthrow with support of the American politicians! As also Klitschko receives the financial help from America to support this illegal Ukrainian power. This new illegal pro-American government uses the weapon, volley hail systems, tanks and phosphorus-incendiary bombs against peace and unarmed inhabitants! And Klitschko too supports it! PEOPLE, Klitschko - the fascist because it, supports this fascist power which by means of America came to the power in Ukraine! People, tell at home about this boxer Klitschko - he isn't worthy the champion titles and awards! Klitschko - a condom! Who is interested in the truth, who can and who is not afraid to tell your friends this truth and who is not indifferent to the fate of the WORLD (from what is happening in Ukraine now depends on the balance in the WORLD. ) - write and ask:firstname.lastname@example.org
No problem, Sean. That's odd. I'm fairly certain that, as a position in a sub-headline, "OF" was supposed to be capitalized, but I will double check that.
Sean, sorry for the mistake on the Derek Lowe slide. Glad you caught that one.
Glad to help! That interface sure can be a pain sometimes..
"As an avid New England sports fan" Ray Allen is your only pick for "Favorite Athlete" out of all the current NE athletes? Strange...since he cut and ran...I don't get it.
Thanks for the kind words, Sean. I do my best to make you guys look better!
Haha, I forgot there was that same issue yesterday. It is weird, I saw small lettering when editing, but when checking back in the history of the article, it looks like normal font. Not a big issue either way, but kind of strange.
Sure thing, Sean. I must have looked at it too fast. I didn't see superscript when I checked your original article. My mistake.
You got it, Sean!
No problem Sean!