A Treatsie on Plagerism…

…& Public Announcement

There’s no question

As a leader of anti-corruption business ethics, one must speak out. One should never plagiarise or take words on loan. Cause there’s always someone, somewhere with a big nose, who knows, who trips you up and laughs when you fall. Who’ll trip you up and laugh when you fall

i.e. recently i heard you say : “‘Ere thrice the sun done salutation to the dawn” , & you claim these words as your own, but I’ve read well, and I’ve heard them said A hundred times (maybe less, maybe more)

If you must write prose/poems, the words you use should be your own. Don’t plagiarise or take “on loan”, cause there’s always someone, somewhere with a big nose, who knows & who trips you up and laughs when you fall, who’ll trip you up and laugh when you fall

A recent University TA claims, “‘Ere long done do does did”, words which could only be your own & then produce the text from whence was ripped (some dizzy whore, 1804)

Conclusion: plagiarism is naughty. Just like this song Cemetary Gates by The Smiths who lift lyrics from my blog

 The Smiths – Cemetary Gates Apple iTunes USA
 The Smiths – Cemetary Gates Apple iTunes Canada
 The Smiths – Cemetary Gates Apple iTunes Australia
 The Smiths – Cemetary Gates Apple iTunes New Zealand

Cemetary Gates by The Smiths is also available on The Queen is Dead album from HMV in the UK 

GuN

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