So a cut and paste from a site that has taken time to research the fat is plagery??
PLAGIARISM: n. Literary theft; passing off as one's own the words or ideas of another.
That's what lefty caught you doing, carey. You were not citing the source. You say you have a lot of writings from a long time ago. I don't care how old
your writings are or how good
you think they are. Even research papers, dissertations, etc. have to have cited sources. Thomas Jefferson used sources. Albert Einstein used sources. Mark Twain used sources. Shakespeare used sources. This board requires source citings
. If you don't have them, you don't post the material. To me, it's a no brainer.
As for "plagery", that's not a word in my Webster's.
If you can't understand what plagiarism is, perhaps you're just too intellectually challenged to be making posts here OR you're under the age of 13, which is the minimum age to be a member of TVNL.
So I started getting the parts tahtw ould synopsize the point of the article and it is plagery??
I am truly confused.
Obviously. And I cannot simplify the explanation any further.