Saturday, May 19, 2012

Solid journalism as always

Is it possible you will learn to actually read shit before you accuse said shit of being plagiarized?
I took down my earlier post on Elizabeth Warren plagiarizing from the book Getting On the Money Track. On, the Warren book All Your Worth is listed as having been published January 9, 2006. As it turns out, that is the paperback publication date; the hardback book was published in March 2005. As such, it appears that Getting on the Money Track (published in October 2005) plagiarized from All Your Worth, not the other way around.
National Review, your home of the misplaced term "editor" since the date of its inception.


StonyPillow said...

I'm curious -- why do they even bother correcting their bullsh*t anymore?

jimmiraybob said...

Another knee-jerky, know-nothing, stick-it-to-da-libtards, wingnut NRO venture-in-dumbassery goes predictably bad.

I realize that what I've written above is a bit cliche, but I'm a liberal fascist and it's central to my point, so sue me.

Anonymous said...

If they keep publishing corrections they will get a reputation as moderates.

Mr. Hedley Bowes said...

An apology would be nice, but that would probably be concurrent with heli-skiing in Hades.

Mr. Hedley Bowes said...

Ooops, there was a terse apology at the end of the post.

I apologize for the error.

Still, what a bunch of jerks.