Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Bad News for Plagiarists

Can't write that college paper? Willing to pay $9.95 a page to someone who can?

Well, the NY Times says the people who write these papers may be just as clueless as you are. In fact, if you really want to pass, you may have to make the supreme sacrifice, and read the book.

Believe me, I sympathize with you. As an undergrad in English, I had to read Beowulf not once, but twice, due to my blunt assessment the first time round. Now I can't read that book for you. But here's a tip:

Every book your teacher assigns is a classic, and to is be treated as such, no matter how excruciating the experience of reading it may be.
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