Equally reliable is finding this occurrence simultaneously in attendance: credit was/is not, and will/shall not, be given.
The plagiarism might be defended as this bastardization of the semiotic trio mentioned above:
But it wouldn't wash.
Autist knows wrong/right.
Spergie does too.
If you are a professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, is plagiarism an issue of honor breach?
Are standards more lax above the USA/CDN border?
Prof. Jordan Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) deconstructs the political correctness game to explain how it works.— Abraham Mathew ن (@AbrahamGMathew) February 16, 2017
Masterful, to say the least. pic.twitter.com/8IWBfAnDjv
When I was thawed out and shown this Gossipy Birds post by one Paul Behrer, late of this blog's authorial roster, he said by way of explanation toward his disturbing my frozen slumber --
"Jordie gots some 'splainin to do."
Pablo said this blog has, at some point within the past two to two-and-a-half years, already offered the ideas and causal/explanatory sequence "originated" by Jordan Peterson in that tweet.
It's my job to go find it.
And that's what I'm gonna do.
--Chet Redweld, out of cryogenic storage for emergent response.
PS to "Professor" Jordan Peterson: I'm not sure what you think is honorable about taking credit for this blog's work, but if Mr. Behrer is correct, I am sure you are going to learn exactly how much dishonor can be brought down upon you from across your nation's southern border. //CBR