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October 21, 2009

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Michael McGinnis

Maybe this is the product of content spinner software, where a robot steals someone else's page and automatically replaces key words using a dictionary. Though I have seen this style of writing from human beings, usually non-native speakers of English.

debrabroughton.com

I just can't take a website with the url writingwebwriters seriously, but if you look at the about us section it seems that they do.

Still it's not as bad as some truly hideous sites I've come across offering web design.

I tend to agree with the previous comment - once or twice my content has been scraped and rendered just as illegible by clever(?) use of software.

blogme

Me too. I think this is a great example of how words can be used to say absolutely nothing!

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