Plagiarism is a serious matter, and Mark Aase was right to bring it to the attention of the public (Empire, Feb. 16). Mr. Aase applies a bit of deception himself in his...
...would be "people," not "peoples," and an apostrophe "s" is needed to make it possessive. I still believe the correct punctuation is "People's Wharf." Sorry for the confusion. My nerd conscience is now clean. Mark Aase Los Angeles
...business interests to worry about instead of donning their nerd caps and contemplating the finer art of apostrophes. To end this debate, they merely need to proclaim it the United Nations of Wharfs. Or repaint the sign. Mark Aase Los Angeles
...context from Alberto Gonzales' inconsequential slip of the tongue, thereby deliberately changing the meaning of his lucid statement, and unthinkingly mistake this absurdity for a rational cause to hate the administration. Mark Aase Los Angeles
...three years ago, rape victims in Afghanistan were stoned to death by their government, especially when pregnancy resulted. Today, they proudly display their faces and hair as they stroll to the polls to vote. Mark Aase San Pedro, Calif.
...America supports surveillance, wouldn't it be smarter to pick a different fight with Bush? Mark Aase Los Angeles, Calif. Editor's note: Mark Aase alerted the Juneau Empire that Wade Rogers' opinion piece was plagiarized. The Empire has since...
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