Your Not-So-Friendly Reminder Not To Come With That Weak Shit If You're Writing A College Paper On Ray Lewis
Okay, so I know that I only saw about eight sentence fragments of a ten page paper, but what exactly was this paper on? The life and times of Ray Lewis? This reads like a middle school assignment where the entire intent is to see if you know how to use the internet and properly cite your sources. Hey Whit, I don't want to kill your spirit any worse than your professor just did, but in college you get graded on more than your ability to follow MLA format. This is especially true if you are going to go the contrarian route. Want to use a potential murderer and probable accomplice to murder as your subject? Maybe open up your research to websites that can't be easily edited by the general public. Can't believe your presumably old, white professor that spends his football Sunday's grading nauseating piss poor attempts at print didn't take kindly to a Ray Lewis puff piece that looks like it was written by someone with the attention span of a goldfish. Jesus Christ, Ten Second Tom was less repetitive than this broad and he had a fucking medical condition.
You just have to know your skill set in a situation like this. Don't swing for the fences when you're barely a contact hitter. It's not impossible to make Ray Lewis sound like a decent dude. Hell, the Ravens and ESPN do a great job of it every single year, but if your writing is going to resemble that of a ten year old then maybe think about picking an agreeable topic so your professor subconsciously feels bad about failing you. Either that or get knocked down a peg when your content blatantly refuses to acknowledge your person of interest's questionable past.
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