Good God! Who's writing these stories? Can we get away from terms like trolled, wigging out. etc? PLEASE USE SPELL CHECK!
Stupidity in action.
J K commented
This headline is an abomination: Eye-catching jewellery and medals emphasised by the traditional The word is "jewelry, it is pronounced "jewel-ry" not "jewlery" and is spelled "jewelry." Please get yourself at least one educated editor. The 'Telegraph would probably be horrified if they saw that headline.
Grant Smith commented
Under the Category of News is an article with the title "Alex Ovechkin with a Goal vs. New York Islanders" and the entire article says "Alex Ovechkin (Washington Capitals) with a Goal vs. New York Islanders, 04/01/2021" and there is a video with it. Alex Ovechkin did not score a goal in the referenced game. This fact makes both the title and entire contents of the article inaccurate. TJ Oshie scored the goal in the video, it was assisted by Alex Ovechkin.
TPE Master commented
Multiple times in the article, the author misspells the name of the Hillsborough County (FL) Sheriff, Chad Chronister, as "Connister," DESPITE the correct spelling appearing in the same article, on the Sheriff's Twitter quote. Please fix this.
Cheryl Crockett commented
Feedback - Possible TYPO:
I think your article from April 2020 has a typo. "larger" instead of "lower"?
Would you please look into it and correct if necessary? "LOWER" just doesn't make sense in the context of the paragraph, especially when followed by the words "as well":
“If the number of actual infections is much larger than the number of cases — orders of magnitude larger — then the true fatality rate is much LOWER as well. That’s not only plausible but likely based on what we know so far.” — Eran Bendavid and Jay Bhattacharya, Wall Street Journal
Douglas Taylor commented
Learn to spell. Yahoo's spellcheck system doesn't look at context, just the messed up word. If you have four errors in a seven letter word it won't know what you want.
SANDRA & TIM D FLYNN commented
Don't click on any yahoo links from home page hit them in the pocket book
WILLIAM J CHARTIER commented
Correct your spell check for comments. It works so poorly I often must open another web page to get a correct spelling as you system comes up with words that are not even close to what I am typing even on simple words.
Simon Hunt commented
The headline of this article changed the original article’s term ‘scientists’ to ‘nerds’.
WTFF?! Continuing to use such terms just proliferates stigmatizing this group. If you actually wanted to be appreciative, you would’ve just left the original headline intact.