First Topics

| June 14, 2007

As I was reading my brief introduction, I realized, I wasn’t sure if I used bear correctly as in bear with me. With some brief Internet research I discovered.

That bear is an animal, and also to carry a burden. If I would of said bare with me I would of been requesting group stripping. I almost quoted the passage verbatim, when I realized topic number 2, plagiarism.

I paraphrased this information very liberally so plagiarism is not an issue but just to be safe I got my information from Paul Brians of the WSU English Department.

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