Drd0littleThreads: 1Posts: 4Joined: Jul 28, 2008 Jul 28, 08, 11:32AM | #1 Hi there,I'm Kendrick, hello all!New member, but a reader of the forum for a good year and a half.I'm no longer a student ( a good 20+ years), but reading from you guys/girls, I just gotta ask - do people REALLY hand in stuff that's written by another person and not get caught? I'd think with today's technology that they'd find it pretty quick - unless it really is an original service. If you got caught, don't they kick you out of school and your career is kaput? Please don't take this question the wrong way - just wanted to know if anyone is willing to share there experiences or how it works - do teachers have special programs to check the work online, or say for a Dissertation, does the library have some huge database they check against? How's it work? I'm convinced it does happen (people hand it stuff not there's, and hey, not judgin' anyone!) but I'd think that's a big risk to take - depends on the School?Well, thanks if anyone wants to enlighten a mid-life crisis-er. (Joke.) Don't do the LOL thing, or whatever it is. Lucky I can read e-mails now!