Category: plagiarism

John Bishop and Joyce’s Dublin, 2004

Lat edit on Fri, Jan 18, 2019 While I was writing The Ebony Goddess, I had a new idea to revise a previous article about John in Dublin, and I also created a new Antivirus that you can see at

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  • 9th Jan, 2019

Anna Iacovella

Last edit on Fri, Jan 18, 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

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  • 7th Jan, 2019

Court Documents for Solovieva, Saussy and Wang

I finished editing this article on November 6, Election Day, and it’s a huge success:  Thanks to my readers all over the world!  COURT DOCUMENTS FOR SOLOVIEVA, SAUSSY & WANG New Haven County Courthouse: https://jud.ct.gov/  Their online database contains the docket number, timeline

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  • 15th Oct, 2018

Dr Robert Zimmer @ Chicago

Millions of people have been reading my satirical articles over the years, and I’m happy to have helped quite a few of them uncover academic crimes, corruption and hypocrisy, and to take the right decisions regarding academia, either for themselves or

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  • 16th Sep, 2018

The Social Media Scam

      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 it comes to promoting their

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  • 25th Jun, 2018

Goethe

I work on my pieces and edit them for weeks, sometimes for years.  Just live with it.  Faust, Urfaust and Spaetfaust.    Enjoy the following video:   Globe Theater production of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9g7t2AXvx4o This other Doctor Faustus from Wittenberg, instead, is

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  • 13th May, 2018

The miracles of compound interest

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 it. He who doesn’t, pays it.” He

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  • 6th May, 2018

Why does Yale endorse my academic satire?

Yale endorses my websites 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 a one-year job here. They’re getting a

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  • 11th Apr, 2018

Let’s celebrate 200,000 views a day!

Why don’t you put this great pix on your Vita, you buttfuck?  It’s official: I started my sites of ACADEMIC SATIRE 5 years ago and my stats indicate 200,000 human VIEWS (not robots) EVERY DAY  from 46 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES in

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  • 8th Apr, 2018