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Dirge Magazine Oct 12
Replying to @XLiquidtinkX
Hey, could you maybe not "help" by tweeting stupid shit like this to AP?
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Dirge Magazine Aug 11
Oh no, do you think they might sue us for quoting information found on Wikipedia? What do you think the damages are, counselor?
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Replying to @IAmADracula
Hahaha. Just so, Uncle Buck.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Dragging our integrity for self-promotion is gross, and we aren't going to host it on our platform. Period.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
We don't give someone credit just because they demand it. Academics know damn well how citation works, tantrums nonwithstanding.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Those of you who read Dirge know that we take great pains to give due credit. When a work is not used as a source, it's not cited as one.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
And he's hustling it in every comment. So you could have fooled me. It's a bad look in any case.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Oh, because it looks like he wants us to mention it really badly even though it wasn't used in the research.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Replying to @Misty_Myrick
Saying that you're owed credit doesn't mean you're owed credit and the motivation here is dubious at best.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Replying to @Misty_Myrick
This is in no way plagiarism. We issue corrections and retractions when called for. The sources are properly cited.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Replying to @misssamperrin
Bye. We won't acquiesce to this sort of ugly, petty behavior.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
Replying to @misssamperrin
Andrew's book was not used as a source. The sources used are properly cited. Andrew wants attention.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 10
The article's references can all be found in the cited sources. Your book was not used in the research.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 9
Replying to @AndrewChesnut1
Thank you, Andrew. I apologize for the upset. I'll confer with the writer and editorial staff and get back to you directly.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 9
We take attribution extremely seriously, so if there's an error, we'll absolutely rectify it.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 9
Can you point to a specific passage or piece of information that is unique to your research?
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Dirge Magazine Aug 9
I'm not sure on what you're basing that, but if you're owed credit, we'll certainly rectify that immediately.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 9
Replying to @AndrewChesnut1
I see that you didn't make an attempt to contact anyone directly, so we can hash this out over Twitter instead.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 9
Replying to @AndrewChesnut1
Hi, Andrew. I'll be looking into this directly, as we care enough about citation to have our writers cite their research.
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Dirge Magazine Aug 7
The Myth Of The Sunken City
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