The Post Chronicle Plagiarizes Material?

The Office cancelled? Of course not, silly. It’s hard to believe that people would fall for this two weeks in a row now.  The rumor began after people began listening to the morning radio program the Opie and Anthony show.If you know anything about O&A or talk radio in general, you would know that it’s Make Up Stuff Tuesday; It’s Fake News Story TuesdayIf you heard a provocative news item Tuesday Morning, IT’S SIMPLY NOT REAL

The report cites the Drudge Report as the source, but if you would bother to check Matt’s site report before jumping to conclusions, you’d realize it’s a gag.

While it is true that the shows may be facing a temporar(il)y shut down due to the strike, once their already written episodes are spent, they will magically reappear.

The shows are simply worth too much cash for NBC to cancel them outright.

Please remember to take what you hear with a grain of salt. Especially when the source is a Morning Comedy Program.

Jim Brogan’s Plagiarised Article

Weird, right, Halfninjas?  It probably seems that you already read that news story earlier this morning?  Practically Word-For-Word, no?  I’ve taken the liberty of bolding the exact same phrases used in my own article linked HERE  .  I didn’t even bother bolding the parts where the author just changed the tense or used a synonym.  I don’t think I’m being paranoid here, though I do think I’m being plagiarised.

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~ by chrismcdevitt on November 13, 2007.

One Response to “The Post Chronicle Plagiarizes Material?”

  1. Interesting blog I like it, come check mine out. Thanks!

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