April 28, 2006

Plagiarise That

Posted in Uncategorized at 6:43 pm by falstaff

In other news, the discovery of an important new play by Samuel Beckett. This one’s bound to leave the audience speechless.

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9 Comments »

  1. Tabula Rasa said,

    what, no john cage reference? 😀

    btw, after this post and your comment on km’s blog, i’m now compelled to ask — have you been spelling plagiarise incorrectly on purpose?

  2. Falstaff said,

    tr: :-). Ya, should have thought of that.

    And no, actually, genuine error. Just more used to typing plai- than plag I guess (and if you haven’t noticed already, am not the kind of person who pays attention to spellings in general). Have fixed it.

  3. Tabula Rasa said,

    cool. i just thought that since you were using it so consistently, i might have missed a dig or something. we all have our own typing pitfalls. mine is “taht”.

  4. Aishwarya said,

    Brilliant! Thanks. 🙂

  5. Tabula Rasa said,

    what, no john cage reference? 😀

    btw, after this post and your comment on km’s blog, i’m now compelled to ask — have you been spelling plagiarise incorrectly on purpose?

  6. Falstaff said,

    tr: :-). Ya, should have thought of that.

    And no, actually, genuine error. Just more used to typing plai- than plag I guess (and if you haven’t noticed already, am not the kind of person who pays attention to spellings in general). Have fixed it.

  7. Tabula Rasa said,

    cool. i just thought that since you were using it so consistently, i might have missed a dig or something. we all have our own typing pitfalls. mine is “taht”.

  8. Aishwarya said,

    Brilliant! Thanks. 🙂

  9. Patrix said,

    Off-topic:

    WordPress is definitely better. Incidentally, this was the template that DesiPundit started out with. So how do we convince you to shift to your own domain? 🙂 Adsense should take care of your costs.


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