Monday, October 01, 2007

It's only five bucks - but the irony is priceless.

So I drop by PayPerPost to see how the balance between conscience and greed work out today - seeing as I've just finished bashing Dan Rather for that, my day as a semi-pro Journalist would not be complete without emulating the realities of the MSM. And guess what I find.

Custom-writing.org is professional custom essays, research papers, term papers, dissertations and theses writing service. All our papers are 100% plagiarism free. We offer unlimited revisions and free plagiarism report for out customers.
Grammar checking and proofreading might be a thought, too. Oh, and they add this note:

This opportunity is only for posts that do not include a sponsored disclosure within the post (site-wide disclosure only).
Ooops. Did I imply that I was being PAID for this?

Somehow I doubt that will occur. But that's ok - 'cause I'm banning your asses, for two reasons - asking me to compromise my integrety (by not clearly identifying this as a paid post) AND for expecting me to do that for five bucks.

But first, you get to see this and what a non-humor- impaired Libertarian does when someone such a thing of him.

He CHARGES you for his refusal. And mentions your name.

By the way, I did not visit the link. Hell, if you can't even write one paragraph of basic English, when you are in the business of writing (supposedly) A-quality research papers so frat-house dinks like George Bush can buy essays, I can't be bothered to waste those precious photons.

Because, not even George Bush would click though with that example of writing, and my readers are, I hope to Ghu, SMARTER than Shrubaru.

However, I will suggest Jon Swift review this post; after all, he, in a long and enlightening relationship with Amazon.com, has pioneered exactly the sort of review this firm is seeking, and a good editorialist always seeks the tension of a countervailing opinion.

Due to his inspiration, it occurred to me that I should review a product at amazon myself - without of course actually commending the Luv Ewe to either my attempted client or Jon Swift.

3 comments:

Bluejay Young said...

?! I can't say I know what this is all about, but the "professional" essay writers had me laughing my balls off. And does amazon.com really list products like those or is this a farce?!

I spent a good portion of my youth as a professional editor / transcriber / manuscript typist and flat-out wrote a few of my clients' papers from outlines they provided. The advent of personal computers gave people the idea that they could save money by writing and spellchecking their own stuff, which put me out of business. But with me, you stood a very good chance of getting an A even if your thesis was hogwash. There are things about sentence structure and organization that no spelling- or grammar-checker can duplicate.

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