‘Conversations With God’ Author Commits Plagiarism

From the New York Times: "Neale Donald Walsch, author of the best-selling series “Conversations with God,” recently posted a personal Christmas essay on the spiritual Web site Beliefnet.com that was nearly identical to a 10-year-old article originally published by a little-known writer in a spiritual magazine. He now says he made a mistake in believing the story was something that had actually happened to him."

I’m glad to see the downfall of somebody who wrote such trash.

Max emails: Luke you are an embarrassment enough for the jews. Now that beard is really pushing it. Next thing we know you will be stealing from charities, or ripping off the IRS in your attempt to become an authentic frummie.

Did you get free shoes in exchange for that plug?

Don’t you think that fact should have been disclosed? I think the Federal Trade Commission would be interested in this….

Have you noticed the inverse relationship between the length of your beard, and the number of opportunities for female sexual contact?

But you’ll fit right in at lubavitch. They’re very accepting of freakshow types. Why are you not a member there? They are the true children of Abraham.

The only way you will ever gain legitimacy in blackhat shuls is if you become a succesful fraudster, and spread some sheckels around to the rabbi.

How often do you clean that beard, you kangaroo raping, (fake) dirty jew bastard?

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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