Category: plagiarism

Alan Dershowitz on the College Scandal

March 12, 2019 Alan Dershowitz on the college admissions scandal:  Live interview by Melissa Francis for Fox News (Alan Dershowitz) Well, first of all, this is the worst scandal involving elite universities in the history of the United States. Let there

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  • 13th Mar, 2019

Hollywood Hypocrisy

Last edited on March 4, 2019 Hollywood is having an identity crisis vis-à-vis the ultra-left of Bernie Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez, Elizabeth Warren, etc.      A 70% tax on the super-rich? A 2% tax on assets over $50 million? How’s that supposed

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  • 4th Feb, 2019

Two big failures: Antony & Paula Mazzotta

Last edited on March 4, 2019 A passage similar to this was published in my previous article, Court Documents for Solovieva, Saussy and Wang. But these scammers deserve personalized attention.  I’m going to talk about an illegal situation that’s also very, very

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  • 30th Jan, 2019

Anna Iacovella & Nun Schools

February 4, 2019 Iacovella, Scary Movie Italian dept’s may seem a useless investment for colleges and universities — and I myself tried to avoid Italians at all costs, at U.C. Berkeley — but there are millions of Italian American citizens

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  • 7th Jan, 2019

The Social Media Scam

Last edited on March 5, 2019     How many people envy and hate others because they have never looked good — even for just one day — in their whole fucking life?  Nevertheless, they are very narcissistic and delusional when

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  • 25th Jun, 2018

Ed Barnaby was fired and shipped to Virginia in 2012

Last edited on March 5, 2019 A few months after slandering a legal immigrant student, Ed Barnaby was fired and had to relocate to Virginia. Yale has a long tradition of corruption and disastrous mismanagement, for instance:     A female lab researcher

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  • 13th May, 2018

The Miracles of Compound Interest

Last edited on March 4, 2019 A metaphor for his life: they tried to screw him over, but he won a Nobel anyway 😉  According to Einstein, “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns

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  • 6th May, 2018

Why does Yale endorse my academic satire?

Last edited on March 5, 2019  Yale endorses my Academic Satire, admitting that there are no jobs in the humanities.   Here’s my honest girlfriend, Pam Schirmeister: “What we’re seeing is that students on graduation are not getting tenure-track jobs. They’re getting

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  • 11th Apr, 2018

New 2019 Antivirus Anti-hacker

*************** NEW 2019 ANTIVIRUS ANTI-HACKER  ******************** Hey, Sassy Saucy, why don’t you hack this Academic Satire up your old, broken ass? lol    Programs and Policies of Yale’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Fall 2011, p. 530.   “The history of

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  • 16th Aug, 2017