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    God bless America.
    Skud



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    Another one by him, hilarious.

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        Lol!! are these Real!! They kill me!!
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          By god.

          Give this man a Nobel Prize.
          Skud


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            This sort of stuff reminds me of Joseph Hellers "Catch-22".

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              it's so obvious that these are fake, are you even kidding? regardless when i first red the 1st one i was in tears.

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                The first one might very well be real and the others spoofs. Especially the third. Not even a community college would be stupid enough to let someone like this in, so I have a hard time believing that he could write a paper for "professor" anybody.

                But yes, quite funny.

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                  I think the one i posted could be the original because the teacher wrote in ink, rather than using PAINT or PS to write in the corrections...just an idea.

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                    I did this to an english teacher in 8th grade. I wanted to see if she actually graded you on anything when i turned in the paper. I wrote "I AM WRITING" in several different styles and handed it in. I got an A+ HAHAHAHA.
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                      pics or it didn't happen.

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                        I wrote a rather lengthy essay about Aquaman causing Hurricane Katrina because he was tired of being the picked-on superhero.

                        I wrote a real essay, one with relevance, and handed my Aquaman one in with it.

                        No pics. No copy lying around.

                        Old computer is dead, so can't dig it up either.
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                          Freshman history class in college. I basically hadn't learned jack in the class, as it wasn't what I thought I signed up for and was amazingly boring. The final was a short essay format, and specific dates, places and people were needed in the answers. Whenever I got to a part of the writing I didn't know the answer for, I'd put "(please enter the correct date/person here)" in mid-sentence.

                          I went into the final with a D in the class, I came out with a C-.
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