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    John Bear is offline Senior Member
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    What's new on Degree.com: an ethics paper written for you overnight for $90/page!

    This long-neglected forum has also been a place to comment on the activities of MIGS principal woman Sheila Danzig.

    She has clearly reclaimed the Degree.com website, which had ostensibly been given to MIGS/CEU, and now it is providing degree information.

    Her 16 best schools and her 100 best are all, mirabile dictu, GAAP-accredited.

    However..., just above the Kennedy-Western banner is a box called "Model term papers, reports, essays, theses and dissertations."

    This takes you to The Paper Store, where you can

    * Buy any of tens of thousands of pre-written papers for $7 a page,

    * Have them write one to your exact specifications for $30 a page, or if you want overnight service, $90 a page.

    * Write a dissertation proposal, or the dissertation itself. $30 a page, and, great news, the bibliography is free.

    For $42 you can buy a pre-written paper called "Ethical Considerations in Academic Plagiarism." That might be a good place to start.

    Not a word about macarena lessons; for that, you'll have to go to Danzig.com.
    Author/co-author:15 editions of Bears Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning (10 Speed Press/Random House)
    Degree Mills: the billion-dollar industry that has sold more than a million fake diplomas (Prometheus Books)
    Finding Money for College,
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    Bill Huffman is offline Registered User
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    The slim trail continues.

    I feel that I'm in debt to Mrs. Danzig for all the laughs and joy she's brought to me. I owe her even more than the fellow who tried to blow up the plane with his shoe. I owe her more than most slugs I can think of except perhaps that Iraqi Minister of Information. He should host Saturday Night Live, it would be a great show.

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    Thumbs down

    I guess Mrs. Danzig is one of those "one stop shopping" gurus. Where else can you find a school, have your assignments written for you and earn a degree. I'm willing to bet that she'll be the first one to open a Dunkin Donunts franchise in Iraq as soon as the an interim government is in place.:D
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    Bill Huffman is offline Registered User
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    Originally posted by roysavia
    I guess Mrs. Danzig is one of those "one stop shopping" gurus. Where else can you find a school, have your assignments written for you and earn a degree. I'm willing to bet that she'll be the first one to open a Dunkin Donunts franchise in Iraq as soon as the an interim government is in place.:D
    If she does then there will have to be some special twist like the donuts are fried in motor oil.

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