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Posted Monday, June 23, 2014 11:37 AM
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In a culture where plagiarism is second nature, your opinion might seem strange.

I think you mean corruption, not just plagiarism.

And it's sad because to achieve any means of success in those societies, you have to play by a totally unethical set rules compared to other societies. Money trumps honor. Which is becoming the normal in the stratosphere of this country too...

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Plagiarism is always a risk, especially when a community is set up like SSC and allows users to submit articles. It's a shame to see plagiarism, but I commend SQL Server Central for finding out and for giving the real author proper credit.

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ChrisM@Work (6/23/2014)

Like your neighbour telling the police you put a chicken bone in the paper recycling bin - whoops, that's Germany, not Belgium - but you get the point.

You sure that's not Belgium?
Someone alerted the mayor because a neighbour had some thistels growing in her garden and she had forgotten to remove them...

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