Stolen Views on News

Some fellow calling himself munaeem has set up a blog ironically titled “My Views on News.” All of the views have been copied and pasted, without attribution, from PoliBlog‘s Steven Taylor.

UPDATE: munaeem has deleted all but one of the Taylor posts after having been contacted. The whole thing is quite bizarre, frankly.

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  1. Bithead says:

    I don’t know is a take it all very seriously. I figure we’re dealing with a kid.

  2. Mark says:

    The other entries on his site seem to be coming from the site of one M. Munaeem Jamal here:

  3. Mark says:

    The other links on his site seem to be coming from here.

  4. oim says:

    Go with a religious posting? Maybe they won’t use the blog? Jesus thinks your bad?

    Maybe somone else is a kid?

  5. Bithead says:

    I’m not sure what you think you’re talking about. Then again, I’m not sure you are, either. I suppose the thing to do is to let it pass.

  6. Munaeem says:

    I told him. I did this , while I was playing with Don’t make a fuss of it.
    I deleted the post , after 25 minutes, when he pointed out.

    “No problem and thanks. I would prefer you delete the whole posts, but by all means, feel free to link. I welcome linking and I don’t mind at all if you want to post excerpts of my stuff so long as you post a link and give credit.”

    Thanks and good luck setting up your blog.


    On 12/1/06, M. Munaeem Jamal wrote:

    I do apologize for that . I was just playing with Should
    I delete them ? Will it be ok , if i link it to your site.

    Yours sincerely