So... I was searching the internet for information about bubonic plague this evening (as you do), and near the top of the SERPs was this satirical gem:
"The bubonic plague was created when renowned adventurer Homer Simpson was searching the nuclear fusion zone of the Springfield Power Plant for the legendary sword: Nuclealibur, said to have been hidden by the legendary multimillionaire Monty Burns. However, he accidentally tripped over a rock and rammed his head into a barrel of dimethylmercury. The chemical oozed its way into the nuclear reactor and caused the bubonic plague to form. The whole town of Springfield died because of it, except for Homer because he was blind, he said Oh i see.
Some suspect that while using his time machine, Doc Brown planted the barrel to cause the plague, and destroy all black people once and for all. It did not spread fast to the great state of Texas where; the great people quoted the phrase "Where the Whiskey Runs, And the Beer Chases". The sheer amount of alcoholic content alone sterilized that from all diesease."
by Kobus Hughes 8 years ago
If I get content from Wikipedia which is a free encyclopedia and use it as is, will it count as...duplicate content?
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
I was reading a different thread that got me thinking about the history or religion and that it goes far back into history with many incarnations in different societies. Atheism on the other hand does not seem to have such a strong presence in history. As I understand the societies of say my...
by schoolgirlforreal 8 years ago
I took ALL the content out I got from the encyclopedia. It is ALL MY MATERIAL. I republished it and it still says "duplicate"What should I do? wait a while or delete the article?
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