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Kenyan Writers - stop hiring them?



WritersBeware  
May 21, 2011 | #81
munywab = another idiotic, clueless "writer" from Kenya

May 21, 2011 | #82
@WritersBeware,...................I knew you would say this. I tricked your brain, or should I say mind!

munywab = another idiotic, clueless "writer" from Kenya

I did not come here to get insults but to comment in a responsible manner. I must say that if you happen to run any company, it is just like your words.



pheelyks  
Oct 2, 2011 | #85
I will never order from Ukraine.

You will never order from anywhere, because you clearly work in the industry and are almost certainly from Kenya--you couldn't afford to order a well-written paper from a legitimate company, and you have no need to order from foreign scammers because you are one yourself.




Mar 10, 2012 | #89
What's all this hate speech about?i am a Kenyan writer.I have forwarded so many orders over the years and when I hear this kind of talk...it breaks me.I do not believe Justus is a representative of all Kenyans.

You will never order from anywhere, because you clearly work in the industry and are almost certainly from Kenya--you couldn't afford to order a well-written paper from a legitimate company, and you have no need to order from foreign scammers because you are one yourself.


i get your sentiments.but you also realize that the few people you chat with here are just web browsers as writers are probably at work.Generalizing a problem is detrimental to the work of many Kenyan writers

Hope it is not smelly.

seriously?this is what you do online then our country is targeted?r u a patriot?!!


pheelyks  
Mar 10, 2012 | #91
i get your sentiments.

Clearly you don't, because the rest of your comment has nothing to do with the statement of mine that you quoted.

Mar 15, 2012 | #92
Really? In that case, who's the student?


i am...a masters student

Clearly you don't, because the rest of your comment has nothing to do with the statement of mine that you quoted.


i have nothing to say about that.


pheelyks  
Mar 15, 2012 | #94
i have nothing to say about that.

When it comes down to it, you don't really have much to say about anything, do you?

Mar 15, 2012 | #95
Please stop preaching racism in the writing industry, it will take nobody nowhere anyway. The ability to write has nothing to do with your place of origin, language or skin color. Attitude and professionalism are what distinguish a great writer from a wannabe writer, the rest are irrelevant.

pheelyks  
Mar 15, 2012 | #96
Attitude and professionalism are what distinguish a great writer from a wannabe writer

They are part of the package for a professional writer, but actually knowing how to write in the language you get paid to write in also helps. You're a competent ESL writer, but you cannot write up to native academic standards, period.

WritersBeware  
Mar 15, 2012 | #97
The ability to write has nothing to do with your place of origin, language or skin color.

You are 100% correct. However, writing professionally in the English language requires intelligence, cultural familiarity, excellent spelling/grammar/punctuation/word use/structure, and basic sanity, all of which you—and those like you—lack.

Mar 16, 2012 | #98
Please stop preaching racism in the writing industry, it will take nobody nowhere anyway. The ability to write has nothing to do with your place of origin, language or skin color. Attitude and professionalism are what distinguish a great writer from a wannabe writer, the rest are irrelevant.

Please own a site like these Ukrainians and you will have nothing to worry about the whole thing. That is the only solution that Kenyans have not embraced.

Mar 16, 2012 | #99
writing professionally in the English language requires intelligence, cultural familiarity, excellent spelling/grammar/punctuation/word use/structure, and basic sanity,

All those things you mentioned are what constitute PROFESSIONALISM, you don't have to be wordy. Apparently, all you are craving for is to defend your egocentric undertones. STOP preaching RACISM.

you cannot write up to native academic standards, period.

You must be sick "upstairs." At the age of two weeks after your "regrettable birth," you still had no idea how to speak fluent English. It took several years of nurturing and training before you graduated yourself to a native speaker that you claim you are. The point is, there is no language that cannot be learned. If you do not know, some of the most facile and impeccable writers today are not even natives. I suggest you read about great writers like Chinua Achebe, Ali Mazrui, and Grace Ogot, all non-native speakers. Never in your life should you make such deplorable remarks about African writers and the rest of the non-native speaking societies, lest you swallow your utterances. STOP propagating RACISM!

Mar 16, 2012 | #100
They are part of the package for a professional writer, but actually knowing how to write in the language you get paid to write in also helps. You're a competent ESL writer, but you cannot write up to native academic standards, period.

You are 100% correct. However, writing professionally in the English language requires intelligence, cultural familiarity, excellent spelling/grammar/punctuation/word use/structure, and basic sanity, all of which you—and those like you—lack.

You two have provided evidence for the fact that you are marked by lack of intellectual acuity. Could you please shed light on the people you mostly write for? You imbeciles have no idea of the people academic writers write for. The students themselves are not experts at writing, which is why they need professional writers for their assignments. Good English with good grammar, spelling and punctuation is expected or considered obligatory. If you write their academic papers in English language using much convoluted sentences, they may require great effort to comprehend what you have written, in case they try to make changes in the written paper to make it in accordance with their style of writing before handing it in. It's regarded as a complete loss of money for such students. Even if they hand in it without editing, they may be suspected by their tutors who can judge the capabilities of the students.
I have read the useless essay written by pitiable pheeLeaks for hapless biscuit, which was really pathetic as it did not meet the client's requirements. In business, customers' preferences are given top consideration. Moreover, a product is declared as of good quality, which meets customers' requirements and demands.
First and foremost, a writer should fully understand the requirements and he/she should have extensive knowledge of the topic he/she is going to write on. Secondly, the writer should possess excellent research skills, and keep in mind the reliability and relevance of the information sources to be used. I agree to the argument that a writer should clearly tell the clients about his/her identity and abilities. If the student himself/herself is a non-native speaker, he/she plainly has no problem with the quality provided by a competent non-native writer.

pheelyks  
Mar 16, 2012 | #101
You two have provided evidence for the fact that you are marked by lack of intellectual acuity.

Uh huh.....

Good English with good grammar, spelling and punctuation is expected or considered obligatory.

Which is why you shouldn't be offering your services to anyone.

I have read the useless essay written by pitiable pheeLeaks for hapless biscuit

Really? What's it about?

If the student himself/herself is a non-native speaker, he/she plainly has no problem with the quality provided by a competent non-native writer.

That's only plain if it's part of the agreement. Not telling students that you can't write a grammatically correct paragraph (you do manage the odd sentence here and there) and just assuming they're OK with it isn't right.

Mar 16, 2012 | #102
Uh huh.....

You have been habitual to asking for evidences that you have started providing uncalled for evidences for established facts. LMAO!

Really? What's it about?

Yeah. I know that you could not even understand what that was about.

That's only plain if it's part of the agreement. Not telling students that you can't write a grammatically correct paragraph (you do manage the odd sentence here and there) and just assuming they're OK with it isn't right.

You are nowhere in a position to judge as you are "unqualified". Having two useless English degrees never means you can understand and write on other topics, too. Idiot.

WritersBeware  
Mar 16, 2012 | #103
Amnateeb, just crawl back into your cave and find your "precious." You're an uneducated, irrational buffoon.

pheelyks  
Mar 16, 2012 | #104
You have been habitual to asking for evidences that you have started providing uncalled for evidences for established facts.

I really don't know what you're trying to say here. Take a breath, wipe that excited spittle from your screen, and try again.

Mar 17, 2012 | #105
just crawl back into your cave and find your "precious."

How do you feel in your rock?

I really don't know what you're trying to say here. Take a breath, wipe that excited spittle from your screen, and try again.

Lick the spittle you think is covering my screen! I will try to throw it again for you, farting ass.

pheelyks  
Mar 17, 2012 | #106
Oh. Well that clears everything up then.


pheelyks  
Mar 17, 2012 | #108
Too bad you still write like one, huh?

Mar 17, 2012 | #109
You think dogs write? What about you then? Bark and lick and then write. Hey, you write with tongue or tail? I think tail, which is why you can't see what you are writing. Hmm..


pheelyks  
Mar 17, 2012 | #111
You think dogs write?

About as well as you, yes.


pheelyks  
Mar 18, 2012 | #113
You mean evidence that I've found a dog that can write as well as you, or evidence that your writing sucks?


pheelyks  
Mar 18, 2012 | #115
Evidence for all your outrageous claims!

Can you name one specific outrageous claim you'd like me to start with? You keep speaking in generalities and I have no idea what you're referring to. I think it changes with every comment.

Mar 18, 2012 | #116
How silly! Every time you do not have any idea of what the argument is about. Come on pheeLeaks, you need to concentrate on things being discussed.
Well, I believe the dog part as I know your own existence is the proof. When did you ever have the opportunity to see a little piece of my writing except my posts?

pheelyks  
Mar 18, 2012 | #117
When did you ever have the opportunity to see a little piece of my writing except my posts?

Never. Your posts provide plenty of evidence as to how crappy your writing is.

Also, you can try to insult me for not knowing what the argument is about if you want, but the fact is I've asked you fairly directly to clarify what you mean by certain statements and you haven't. I think you really are just changing your argument and intent as you go along.

Mar 18, 2012 | #118
Your posts provide plenty of evidence as to how crappy your writing is.

I always say this about you, cockamamie, but you never believe. Your mental attitude is really ludicrously skeptical here on the forum. You proceed with the debate like "People have to provide evidence as to how my writing sucks, but I won't agree if they refer to my posts and I can refer to their posts to claim that their writing sucks". It's your problem, pudding head.

WritersBeware  
Mar 18, 2012 | #119
Amnateeb, you're a moron.




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