The Highest Form of Flattery: Suitably Flip Plagiarized on ESPN Forum
Oh, I feel so used.
ESPN.com user "Alaska_Fan" had this to say earlier today (in an apparently meandering thread about the St. Louis Cardinals):
... For the record sure I support what Clinton, Schumer, and their safety-come-lately ilk were suggesting (namely that the sale of the majority stake of the company that controls these ports needs to be blocked, or at least further studied). What sickens me is the idea that they want us to believe such suggestions were representative of their actual positions on national security. The newfound zeal for protecting our homeland was borne of nothing more than political expedience. Why else would these legislators so regularly vote against our security, in instances when the administration is more squarely on the pro-security side? Make no mistake, their positions are driven almost exclusively by a directive of blind opposition and future campaigns, rather than any affirmative, principled agenda. ...
I must say, Alaska Fan makes some good points. So good I feel like I've made them myself. Verbatim. On Tuesday.
Luckily, "maddash1946" has my back:
Everyone. Do a search for what Alaska just "wrote" on this site: http://www.suitablyflip.com/
Dude! Plagiarizing a website?! That ain't cool man.
You didn't write any of that crap, you STOLE it from someone else and never gave them credit. You're a liar and a thief! LOW man, that's LOW.
I believe this was my first plagiarism (inbound or outbound). Is there some kind of ceremonial rite I'm supposed to perform, now that I'm a documented plagiaree?
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