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Excuses, excuses, excuses…

Why wrack your brain for a credible explanation, when you simply visit Corrupted-Files.com?

Step 1: After purchasing a file, rename the file e.g. Mike_Final-Paper.

Step 2: Email the file to your professor [or boss] along with your “here’s my assignment” email.

Step 3: It will take your professor [ or boss] several hours if not days to notice your file is “unfortunately” corrupted. Use the time this website just bought you wisely and finish that paper!!!

…only $3.95.

Psst– keep this site a secret!

As we hit the snooze button, we might recall that on this date in 1790, The Philadelphia Spelling Book was copyrighted– the first book to be protected under copyright laws passed by Congress  “to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries” (Article I, Section 8, Clause 8 of the Constitution).

Since 1790, copyright (and for that matter, patent) law in the U.S. has strayed beyond that Constitutional purpose  (see, e.g., “Patently Absurd” or “Caution! Pile Up Ahead!“).  Wander over to Creative Commons for a look at an alternative that works– and works in the spirit of the Framers…

source:  Library of Congress

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