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Front page on the Sydney Morning Herald.

Universities are most concerned by the amount of cheating and plagiarism.
Computer matching programs are detecting a high percentage of students involved.

The highest percentage of cheats is to be found amongst the students studying law, far outranking all other study groups.

Now that is surprising news!

Bob

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Reply By: Bushtracker - Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 03:21

Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 03:21
Yea! I hear ya Bob! Sad world, huh...

And a Chevy Owner will probably hire one of those guys, cause per the Posting on the Differences between Chevrolet and Ford Owners and the way they think, he will have a case: After all, the Sign Reads "Drive Through Window Open" ... Hee hee!

Did I tell you the one about about the difference between a Catfish and a Solicitor?

Oh Oh!... Better duck and run, here comes Jay... Ha!
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Reply By: Turist - Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 03:40

Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 at 03:40
Steve pulled up next to a little girl walking home from school and said "If you get in, I'll give you a lollypop." The girl kept walking.
Following along slowly, Steve said "Come on and get in the truck with me and I'll give you two lolly pops." She kept her eyes on the footpath and continued on her way.
The man said "Get in with me and I'll give you this whole bag of lollypops!" Finally, the girl turned and said "Look Steve, YOU bought the Ford, YOU ride in it!!!"
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