Please, someone, anyone get this girl an editor. Save Yahoo! and Yahoo! Shine further embarrassment from the ramblings of a language-impaired writer.
This gal has problems, and she’s not afraid to show them. In one article she can make a dozen major goofs. Like this:
Going into what? Omitting a word and a hyphen isn’t actually a brand-new mistake for Shine writers.
Remarked at? What has he doing — talking to a metal scanner? This poor child has no idea what word to use in any situation:
Yes, CGI animation enters. Enters what, I have no idea. I’m thinkin’ maybe the Earth’s atmosphere. Or maybe Midtown Manhattan:
I’m getting tired of this. A professional writer who doesn’t know to hyphenate Broadway-style or capitalize Emmy Awards:
OK, this is just too funny. Her later apologized? Let’s give this writer a shout-out for the best typos of the week (and it’s only Tuesday):
Was Bob Iger dead? Drunk? Dead drunk? Why on Earth did they have to stand him up? Why on Earth doesn’t the writer know that TV shows need some kind of special treatment, like quotation marks?
Why doesn’t she try to hit the Shift key at the right time. Really, honey, capitalized letters mean things. So, capitalize Snuggie, which is a trademark:
Lordie. She can’t even capitalize Mickey Mouse correctly? No red-blooded American would make a mistake like this:
No, she’s not a very artistic. She’s also not a very writer:
Were you really at the Animator’s Palate, as you claim? I doubt it, because you don’t even know the name of the restaurant:
Huh? Are there too many words here:
and not enough words there?
Please, get this gal an editor. Or a different career.