Saturday, January 20, 2018

Rootuer.com

Come on, Rootuer.com, who are you trying to fool?

Your article from January 7, 2018 is titled: "Say Sorry! Are you really that surprised?"

An article from TheLoop from November 26, 2015 is titled: "Canadians love to say ‘sorry’ so much, we had to make this law."  (The subheading says: "Are you really that surprised?")

Your opening:
There’s nothing quite like the classic Canadian apology.
You won’t find people in any other country in the world who will say the word “sorry” to someone who is clearly in the wrong. This is a uniquely Canadian phenomenon. So unique, in fact, that the term carries legal weight in the province of Ontario.
The opening from The Loop:
There’s nothing quite like the classic Canadian apology.
You won’t find people in any other country in the world who will say the word “sorry” to someone who is clearly in the wrong. This is a uniquely Canadian phenomenon. So unique, in fact, that the term carries legal weight in the province of Ontario.
You're using somebody else's content, and your site has AdSense ads?  That's just sketchy.