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2020-06-27 11:50:45 AM  
No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.
 
2020-06-27 11:55:16 AM  

lindalouwho: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.


Well, that was going to be my first question, so thank you. Not a surprise, frankly.

My experience with plagiarists (which is deeper than I would wish) is that (1) they never get caught the first time: somebody notices something in one article, so you start reviewing, and you find that it's just how they operate; and (2) after they caught, they don't stop. It's not like they didn't know the rules, or they did know but now learned they can't get away with it. There is something wrong with the way they are wired, they just can't grok that there is a problem with the behavior.
 
2020-06-27 12:04:01 PM  
No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.
 
2020-06-27 12:09:15 PM  

HugeMistake: My experience with plagiarists (which is deeper than I would wish) is that (1) they never get caught the first time:


In my experience in the academic world, faculty rarely want to put anything on a student's transcript, so it's never recorded and the little asshole always get caught again "for the first time."
 
2020-06-27 12:14:24 PM  
No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.
 
2020-06-27 12:14:50 PM  

lindalouwho: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.


https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wsj.​c​om/amp/articles/buzzfeed-fires-reporte​r-after-investigation-into-plagiarism-​11593221507

Gone.  I'm sure we're about to be subjected to a variety of articles, books and eventually a movie about him, just like Stephen Glass
 
2020-06-27 12:24:01 PM  

Naido: lindalouwho: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wsj.c​om/amp/articles/buzzfeed-fires-reporte​r-after-investigation-into-plagiarism-​11593221507

Gone.  I'm sure we're about to be subjected to a variety of articles, books and eventually a movie about him, just like Stephen Glass


Thanks. It's weird that it wasn't in Buzzfeed's article.

And you guys in this thread, lolol.
 
2020-06-27 12:46:45 PM  
No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.
 
2020-06-27 12:48:03 PM  
So, Buzzfeed has supposedly "standards" now? Interesting
 
2020-06-27 12:49:16 PM  
No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.
 
2020-06-27 2:09:32 PM  
I only read Fark posts of Tweets that link to FB posts about Buzzfeed articles that reference MSN reprints of Washington Post articles that are follow-ups to DailyBeast pieces.
 
2020-06-27 2:19:21 PM  

The.anti-Larry: I only read Fark posts of Tweets that link to FB posts about Buzzfeed articles that reference MSN reprints of Washington Post articles that are follow-ups to DailyBeast pieces.


Hey, Vodka starts to taste better when you run it through several coal filters first too.
 
2020-06-27 3:48:46 PM  
TL;DR.  Suspected a trick to read stuff I hadn't read before as recycled click bait.
 
2020-06-27 3:54:55 PM  
If they fired his ass then I won't rant on BuzzFeed as the writer was paid for original, not copied content.
 
2020-06-27 4:02:55 PM  
This headline left me inconsolable. I'm glad I have my therapy dynamite monkey here to wring out the tears from my Guinness bar towel. I spilled samples from my hot cocoa box when a Farkette inserted an unwanted finger into my dog's steak...
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Welcome to banniation, tubgirl. Gorgor and Beavits were the same alt! Notice that you never saw them standing next to Jesus at the same time. Study it out.
 
2020-06-27 5:03:35 PM  

HugeMistake: lindalouwho: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.

Well, that was going to be my first question, so thank you. Not a surprise, frankly.

My experience with plagiarists (which is deeper than I would wish) is that (1) they never get caught the first time: somebody notices something in one article, so you start reviewing, and you find that it's just how they operate; and (2) after they caught, they don't stop. It's not like they didn't know the rules, or they did know but now learned they can't get away with it. There is something wrong with the way they are wired, they just can't grok that there is a problem with the behavior.


There was a guy in my lab like that. I confronted him several times about it. The faculty mostly have English as a second or third language, so he never got caught. I didn't want to tattle on him, but we'd have a little argument almost every time he put out research notes or did presentations. Then one year they announced they'd be using anti-plagiarism software and poof he was gone. I don't know for sure that he got caught but he disappeared pretty suddenly in the middle of that semester.
 
2020-06-27 5:23:41 PM  

Likwit: HugeMistake: lindalouwho: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.

Well, that was going to be my first question, so thank you. Not a surprise, frankly.

My experience with plagiarists (which is deeper than I would wish) is that (1) they never get caught the first time: somebody notices something in one article, so you start reviewing, and you find that it's just how they operate; and (2) after they caught, they don't stop. It's not like they didn't know the rules, or they did know but now learned they can't get away with it. There is something wrong with the way they are wired, they just can't grok that there is a problem with the behavior.

There was a guy in my lab like that. I confronted him several times about it. The faculty mostly have English as a second or third language, so he never got caught. I didn't want to tattle on him, but we'd have a little argument almost every time he put out research notes or did presentations. Then one year they announced they'd be using anti-plagiarism software and poof he was gone. I don't know for sure that he got caught but he disappeared pretty suddenly in the middle of that semester.


He might have been gobbled up by a rhinoceros. I hear it's a thing that happens.
 
2020-06-27 5:31:15 PM  

flemardo: Likwit: HugeMistake: lindalouwho: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.

Well, that was going to be my first question, so thank you. Not a surprise, frankly.

My experience with plagiarists (which is deeper than I would wish) is that (1) they never get caught the first time: somebody notices something in one article, so you start reviewing, and you find that it's just how they operate; and (2) after they caught, they don't stop. It's not like they didn't know the rules, or they did know but now learned they can't get away with it. There is something wrong with the way they are wired, they just can't grok that there is a problem with the behavior.

There was a guy in my lab like that. I confronted him several times about it. The faculty mostly have English as a second or third language, so he never got caught. I didn't want to tattle on him, but we'd have a little argument almost every time he put out research notes or did presentations. Then one year they announced they'd be using anti-plagiarism software and poof he was gone. I don't know for sure that he got caught but he disappeared pretty suddenly in the middle of that semester.

He might have been gobbled up by a rhinoceros. I hear it's a thing that happens.


There is a new zoo near here 😱
 
2020-06-27 6:40:07 PM  
On a related note, I thought that plagiarism was Buzzfeed's business model?
 
2020-06-27 6:47:14 PM  
I thought this was going to be presented in a list.
 
2020-06-27 8:53:23 PM  

King Something: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.


That took an embarrassingly long time for me pick up on the joke.

Well played.
 
2020-06-27 9:41:33 PM  
No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.
 
2020-06-27 9:43:08 PM  

SuperSeriousMan: No mention that all of those articles were written by the same person - Ryan Broderick. And no mention of Ryan's current employment status, he should be gone.


You're thinking of Matthew Broderick.
 
2020-06-27 10:53:28 PM  
What does this mean for Buzzfeed's listcicles?  That's how I consume Reddit and Twitter.

/but only using Apple News...
//Don't think I've even gone to Buzzfeed not linked from Fark.
 
2020-06-27 11:57:29 PM  
Buzzfeed has failed to mention that each of the articles on question were authored by a single individual: Ryan Broderick. Readers are further left in the dark as to the state of Mr. Broderick's continued employment at Buzzfeed. (Needless the say, termination would be the correct action here).
 
2020-06-28 12:00:36 AM  
after 10 or so articles, it looks like they exactly fit your standards.
 
2020-06-28 11:17:58 AM  

The.anti-Larry: I only read Fark posts of Tweets that link to FB posts about Buzzfeed articles that reference MSN reprints of Washington Post articles that are follow-ups to DailyBeast pieces.


You won't believe what this farker said about ...
 
2020-06-28 6:04:29 PM  
I thought BuzzFeed's business plan was to post as much Click-Bait as possible and that scouring the internet for content was the best way to accomplish that. Well, that and coming up with the most outrageous headline possible.
 
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