To be honest Plagiarism is bad is it has been done intentionally, to pass an exam, make high grades on a paper, make money or any other means of profiting from using somebody's work. If you check through the web you will find that an article posted on one website is often re-posted on other sites so re-posting is not unusual. In this case a mistake was made, an honest one and a quick heart felt apology has followed, the post was not made for profit, so the apology should be accepted and things should move on. Has a similar circulation on Twitter taken place following the apology, or do these things only happen when some one is upset and not when a person tries to make amends?
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