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#53 - Anyone care to explain? 07/25/2016 on Pokemon Gettin Dark 0
#10 - Oh? I missed the memo that said she wrote the script. 07/23/2016 on respect for harambe +1
#5 - Just say he's in prison for something else cooler. And then wh… 07/23/2016 on Weysi Udumrocem Gowhi 0
#7 - That thing with Leslie was already a ******** before he showed…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/23/2016 on respect for harambe +1
#8 - anon (07/23/2016) [-]
She was a literal walking stereotype in that movie. How does demeaning your entire race not make you worthy of the discrimination she received?
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#10 - mowgaycraft (07/23/2016) [-]
Oh? I missed the memo that said she wrote the script.
#3 - The joke went over someone's head here. 07/23/2016 on feminism +1
#40 - Nah that's no fun. I'll call it there. Cheers buddy.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/21/2016 on Politics +1
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#41 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Alright then, catch ya around sometime. Have fun out there.
#38 - You mean she actually submitted the speech under her own name …  [+] (3 new replies) 07/21/2016 on Politics 0
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#39 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Well if you just wanted to talk to kill time I'm more than happy to oblige that, far more so than run around in circles debating semantics.
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#40 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
Nah that's no fun. I'll call it there. Cheers buddy.
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#41 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Alright then, catch ya around sometime. Have fun out there.
#35 - Or, to cite your own source, going back a step to what plagiar…  [+] (5 new replies) 07/21/2016 on Politics 0
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#37 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
She has been doing that, if you looked at any news source. Even ones using it as political satire, The Daily Show and The Nightly Show.
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#38 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
You mean she actually submitted the speech under her own name and testified that it was written entirely by her and not copied at any one point? Because that's what plagiarism is. It's why you need to sign documents when you hand in work at higher education levels; to testify that everything written is your own work.

If you have that then yeah you have everything there to call her out for plagarism and probably to catch her in a bad spot legally. But unless you have everything formally down then there's no issue.

Just because it was written on paper doesn't mean it's a formal paper. Which is as I said before, something more akin to a thesis or an essay written and submitted by said person. It was an informal format at best, written down to make it easier to recite to the audience.

I reply because I have nothing better to do. I'm unabashedly bored. C'est la vie.
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#39 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Well if you just wanted to talk to kill time I'm more than happy to oblige that, far more so than run around in circles debating semantics.
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#40 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
Nah that's no fun. I'll call it there. Cheers buddy.
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#41 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Alright then, catch ya around sometime. Have fun out there.
#34 - You said that people shouldn't let it slide when it's a relati…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/21/2016 on Politics 0
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#36 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Well to be fair she had to read it off of something. So it was written to start with then became verbal, so in a sense of things it was plagiarized to some degree. And if this isn't that big of a deal to you, then why bother replying at all?

It just seems it would be easier to ignore it and move on.
#31 - But thing is, that comparison draws on matters that the person…  [+] (9 new replies) 07/21/2016 on Politics 0
#33 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
I think you missed my point in that analogy, the coverage that has been done thus far on this matter has shown that for six minutes it was word for word. And when their party was asked if she plagiarized Mrs. Obama, they simply kept saying no she didn't. And even had the gall to say that she wrote that herself.

And yes there are rules for this that were clearly not used.
wps.prenhall.com/hss_understand_plagiarism_1/0,6622,427073-,00.html
kaskaskia.edu/SNormansell/plagiarismRules.htm

And I'm not quite sure what makes you think I'm peeved off, or even try to cause sensationalism. All I did was say something while also using an analogy to make a point. I think you may have gotten a little to excited from my reply, or you were just looking for a conversation.

Either way it's not for me to know.
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#35 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
Or, to cite your own source, going back a step to what plagiarismis.

"Simply put, plagiarism is using someone else's words and ideas in a paper and acting as though they were your own"

wps.prenhall.com/hss_understand_plagiarism_1/6/1668/427065.cw/index.html
First line.
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#37 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
She has been doing that, if you looked at any news source. Even ones using it as political satire, The Daily Show and The Nightly Show.
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#38 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
You mean she actually submitted the speech under her own name and testified that it was written entirely by her and not copied at any one point? Because that's what plagiarism is. It's why you need to sign documents when you hand in work at higher education levels; to testify that everything written is your own work.

If you have that then yeah you have everything there to call her out for plagarism and probably to catch her in a bad spot legally. But unless you have everything formally down then there's no issue.

Just because it was written on paper doesn't mean it's a formal paper. Which is as I said before, something more akin to a thesis or an essay written and submitted by said person. It was an informal format at best, written down to make it easier to recite to the audience.

I reply because I have nothing better to do. I'm unabashedly bored. C'est la vie.
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#39 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Well if you just wanted to talk to kill time I'm more than happy to oblige that, far more so than run around in circles debating semantics.
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#40 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
Nah that's no fun. I'll call it there. Cheers buddy.
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#41 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Alright then, catch ya around sometime. Have fun out there.
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#34 - mowgaycraft (07/21/2016) [-]
You said that people shouldn't let it slide when it's a relative nonissue in the entirety of the political sphere. That's why it seems you're peeved. Because you're creating this mountain out of what barely marked a sidenote in the political campaigns.

And plagarism isn't exactly something that's particularly enforced when not in a formal format. Note how both of those sources you linked were for an academic setting and most likely apply to essays and thesis rather than speeches made to an audience.
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#36 - ponchovia (07/21/2016) [-]
Well to be fair she had to read it off of something. So it was written to start with then became verbal, so in a sense of things it was plagiarized to some degree. And if this isn't that big of a deal to you, then why bother replying at all?

It just seems it would be easier to ignore it and move on.

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