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If Copying Is The Sincerest Form of Flattery…

Then I should be truly indebted to the 37thinker website which has copied my articles in full (right down to my internal backlinks) here and here.

Now please stop copying my articles without my permission and come up with your own content!

You’re not doing China’s reputation any good.




9 Responses to “If Copying Is The Sincerest Form of Flattery…”

  1. JohnG says:

    Hey Paul

    Probably the best thing about this is that he even copied this post. Sometimes an autofeed can backfire on you.

    What a jerk though can he think up posts for himself?
    J.

    JohnGs last blog post..Can You Change RMB 100?

  2. corbett says:

    Paul, they even copied your post saying that they were copying!

  3. JohnG says:

    I wonder if he copied our comments too.

    J.

    JohnGs last blog post..Can You Change RMB 100?

  4. JohnG says:

    I wonder if they copied our comments too.

    J.

    JohnGs last blog post..Can You Change RMB 100?

  5. Gen Kanai says:

    http://reports.internic.net/cgi/whois?whois_nic=37thinker.com&type=domain

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  6. corbett says:

    You can really have fun with this you know…as I’ve seen you are starting to do.
    Why not start mentioning some off limits things likely to attract attention? I don’t think he will find that amusing.

  7. syz says:

    That’s a weird one. I noticed he’s got the “dumber than shit” article you deleted. Hope you keep us posted about when/if you get it resolved — it may have broader implications.

  8. You shouldn’t have linked directly to their site/articles. Now Google might give credit to them for those articles.