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post #46 of 51
This is relevant I think

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/AHILxP/neddyy.net/docs/

It's a document corrupter
post #47 of 51
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This is relevant I think

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/AHILxP/neddyy.net/docs/

It's a document corrupter

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post #48 of 51
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This is relevant I think http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/AHILxP/neddyy.net/docs/ It's a document corrupter
Oh man, I've pulled that trick before. Turned in a paper that had the first few paragraphs written (because that's all I had written at that point), then the rest filled with random gibberish in a font like Wingdings. To top it off, I changed the file extension to something nonsensical (funny enough, I think I changed it from .doc to .docx, which is a legitimate extension these days). It worked. Professor told me the file was corrupted, couldn't open, etc. I told him I needed to retype it from scratch, and I acted very exasperated. I got a three-day extension of my deadline. Score! In retrospect, my move was quite ballsy. The professor easily could have asked some assistant or IT person at the university to give him a hand with the file -- in which case, I would have been screwed and possibly even expelled (we had a retardedly strict honor code).
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In retrospect, my move was quite ballsy. The professor easily could have asked some assistant or IT person at the university to give him a hand with the file -- in which case, I would have been screwed and possibly even expelled (we had a retardedly strict honor code).

See, I'm good at what I do in the sense that I leave very little room for situations like the above. I've got it down to an art.
post #50 of 51
FWIW if you're offering editing/tutoring services you're not responsbile for what the hypothetical student does with your work.
post #51 of 51
I was the term paper master in school. Turn them shits in 5 days late and two pages short and still get an A. So my friend paid me 100 bucks to write her a paper. Turned in a masterwork and they gave her an F.

Turns out you're supposed to write something lousy that would scrape by with a b. Otherwise the teacher knows they're cheating.
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