You guys want new dirt? Look what I just found!
No wonder XX is so pissed at being compared to DAWN. Her face is fake... Now... We found out her words are also FAKE! How to be a blogger, everything fake?
DAWN YANG PLAGIARIZED THE CONTENTS ON HER BLOG!! DISGUSTING!!
I GOT PROOF:
Original from Makeupforlife.net
She copied the words on http://www.makeupforlife.net/2007/12/bb-cream.html for her latest ad!! Never credit people...
Almost all of her starblog on movies is plagiarized!! must highlight the words to see.
OMG! She try to pass off all the words as her own by adding stupid words like "Awww..." and whatever! And these are not just the movie synopsis. They are reviews... meaning they are somebody else's opinions!
This one is the most disgusting... The reviewer says she loves this and that of Amerie, then Dawn try to pass off the opinions as her own!
All her so called reviews are copied from random people leaving reviews on amazon.com.
She dare to put plagiarized content on her starblog! Email [email protected] NOW TO TELL THEM TO FIRE HER! How can she do this? So unfair to the original writers, never even credit them... If i am not wrong this is illegal.
Please ignore the melissalim from now on. See how he can explain this.
Hottest blogger admits to plagiarising content from other people? I wonder if we can find more things that are all copied... Go cotters! :whip: :whip:
Does she really think she won't ever get found out? Too naive. And too despicable.
Aiyah there's too much plagiarism to be listed here
About 60% of this entry is from Wikipedia, and this whole paragraph here:
Such shortcomings make the hero more relatable and appealing. You can have a good guy who's got hang-ups and flaws and failings, he's more interesting because he not only has to defeat the villain, but he has to defeat and conquer his own flaws and inabilities. It rounds him out and makes the character empathetic.
is from an American newspaper:
Such shortcomings make heroes more relatable, says Marvel Comics master Stan Lee, creator of Spider-Man, the Hulk, Iron Man and the Fantastic Four, among sundry others.
"If you can have a good guy who's got hang-ups and flaws and failings, he's more interesting because he not only has to defeat the villain, but he has to defeat and conquer his own flaws and inabilities," Lee says. "It rounds him out and makes the character empathetic."
I guess she plagiarizes from various sources just about every entry of hers.