PLEASE!!! WRITERS MUST SPELLCHECK!!! THE WORD IS: HUGE, NOT HUGH; AND REALIZE NOT REALISE. READING THE STORIES ON YAHOO IS PAINFUL NOW!!
PROOFREAD BEFORE PUBLICATION
"Realise" is the British spelling.
paul pondre commented
Spelling and grammar need to be improved by all your writers.
J L commented
U don't allow profanity or even negative comments in the comment section!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The comment section is heavily censored!!!!!!! Dont act LIKE u don't know what I'M talking ABOUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There was an article from esquire by Jon Evans on 6/4/2020. was reposted here and it had words that woudn't be even allowed in the comment section in the headline!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ralph Spooner commented
In today's piece about Jay Leno, the author did not double check their spelling/word context in the title. The questionable wording is: Jay Leno Might Sold His Billlions Car Collection? First off, they misspelled the word "Billions" Secondly, I think they left out the word "have" in between the words "Might" and "Sold" and the word "Dollar" possibly after the word "Billions" which would have worked if the word had only been "Billion". The article itself was OK, but the title looked like it was written by a three or four year old.
Badger Smith commented
You Yahoo Life page is unnavigatable garbage. Fix it or go back to the old format.
MARK MATHES commented
back2back laura pipped article and some diet hanged my life
Dennis Osborn commented
How about practicing professional journalism? Maybe someone more mature should be writing your news articles besides these leftist leaning nimrods that are appearing on the Yahoo New pages. I am getting very sick of looking a this **** every day.
M Morehouse commented
In the headline "How Shaq's impatience lead to a $70K Wal-Mart trip" - the word should be "led" or "leads".
E C M commented
Maureen, HUGH would have to be a misspelling but remember, some of the articles on Yahoo are from British publications and many words, such as realize are spelled differently there. An 's' is used there in many worlds where we use a 'z'. Other words are defence (defense here), neighbourhood (neighborhood here), and behaviour (behavior here). Check to see who is the actual publisher and if it is Yahoo UK, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Daily Mail or The Independent, those words are not misspelled but spelled using British English. The US is the one who changed the spellings, not the British.
@What do you expect from Huffypost? Yahoo is now owned by a liberal owner that also owns Huffypost and other ultra-liberal "news" media.
Yakka Y2K commented
Ok, a couple of things:
• If you want to be taken seriously as a professional source of [recycled] news, you cannot use pop culture phrases like "AF" (As F**k) in headlines. This is not kid-friendly material, or remotely professional.
• Another issue I've seen are articles listed under categories that make no sense.
• Please research and get all the facts before posting reviews on products, services, or related items. Editor opinions are not facts.
• Check your spelling and grammar.
Linda Billington commented
Yahoo used to be my homepage but I got tired of seeing headlines about women who got ******** stuck or how some D list celebrity got *** revenge on an ex - really guys, is this the best you can do? Does the lowest form of journalism really pay that much? Did you get an expensive education just to become a trash spreader? There's so much out there that is honourable, and full of integrity or even just plain interesting, do you have to stoop so low? I'm even thinking of changing my Yahoo email which I've had for a long time, so I don't have to be forced into looking at the worst of humanity every day.
Try sticking to Journalism 101 Who, What, Where, When and let us decide for ourselves. It is nauseating to be constantly told what to think.