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Principal admits borrowing from Ashton Kutcher speech

CBS News Friday, 31 May 2019
"I did not get all my ideas from Ashton. Format yes, thoughts and ideas were from my heart"
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News video: High School Principal Plagiarizes Ashton Kutcher's Speech During Graduation

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Everyone loves a good motivational speech. And every graduation season, one tends to go viral for that reason. But, according to Uproxx, that wasn't the case recently when Ken DeMoss, a principal at Parkersburg High School in West Virginia, delivered his graduation speech to high school students....

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