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5-31-2009 @ 5:30PM
The reason it's an issue at all is because her integrity was called into question. Once you start to lie, it becomes a habit. If she lied about her gender or how many people own the blog or the account, then who's to say she's not plagiarizing her content for Paladin Schmaladin? It may be damned good info, but because she's been called into question on her honesty and integrity, who's to say the good information and hard work posted on her site isn't someone else's?People who lie about certain areas or things, rarely confine it to those areas or things and end up just being liars outright. At least that's my experiences when I've caught people lying. -_-
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