Laziness & Plagiarism

In long distance cycling I have got to the point of thinking that there is no need to create unnecessary hard work for yourself and always to look for the most simple and effective solution to a problem.  I have taken this to the next level and Ken has kindly written my journal entry for me today.

http://www.acrosscontinents.org/index.php/2009/11/motorway-madness/

Update: 4th December 09

Laziness has manifested into the purest of Plagiarism. Ken has kindly written 3 more entries in his blog of our days in Bulgaria together.

Day 2: http://www.acrosscontinents.org/index.php/2009/12/on-a-roll/

Day 3: http://www.acrosscontinents.org/index.php/2009/12/helping-

hands/

Day 4: http://www.acrosscontinents.org/index.php/2009/12/roads-to-harmanli/

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2 Responses to Laziness & Plagiarism

  1. Gavin says:

    i’ve always considered laziness a much malinged but some how aristocratic art form.

    • Myles says:

      Agreed. But looking at this I don’t think I can compare laziness to finding short cuts. I need to think of a new title.

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