Wow, really?

by Ben Strickland
(Austin, TX)

I'm not sure who wrote this article or what their native language is, but it is riddled with simple grammatical mistakes and otherwise awful word choice and diction. I apologies for my dissent and stark honesty, but seriously, proofread.


-Ben

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Totally agree with Ben on Wow really?
by: Penny

I was thinking the same thing! Although, I am sure this site offers some credential information, the manner in which some of it is written causes caution to the validity. As a current college student, I shriek at the thought of using this site as a resource.

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