Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Disdain for Poor Grammar Brings UA Student Success

Lovely article by Wayne Grayson in the Tuscaloosa News.
Sharon Eliza Nichols’ quiet, polite voice doesn’t sound like it belongs to the type of person who would author a book called “I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar.”

But when Nichols begins to talk about the experience of writing a book, a more fun, even mischievous, side comes out.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice article. Bad picture. You looked like you've gained weight since that NOLA pic you posted. I guess finals/law school will do that, it did to me, but being a guy I can carry the extra 15 or 20 a lot better.

Anonymous said...

What an asinine statement. If her looks don't meet with your approval, stop reading her blog.

Anonymous said...

Nah, she looks fine. It's just the hairstyle, with her hair pulled back like that, it makes her face look chubbier and horizontal stripes aren't flattering on anyone. I still think it's cute and the article is great.

And by the way 12:53, it's not asinine, no one reads a blog because of someone's looks, but if you post a picture, you are inviting and should expect comments (good and bad) on it.

Anonymous said...

What happened to your commitment to update more frequently?

Anonymous said...

I was a student at UA when you began making your name with this vitriol. I was always disgusted with the fact that you not only profited from pandering your ignorant brand of intolerance and elitism, but have managed to earn praise from institutions that should know better. I really hope you do end up in Washington D.C. like the article says, because the Great State of Alabama will be all the better for it.

Muskrat said...

Glad the book has done well...good luck on finals and the bar!

ATTILA said...

I like e your style.

Anonymous said...

Congrats on Graduating! What are your job plans after May? Do you have something lined up yet?