You’re sure as shit right it is; there’s nothing ethical about buying a term paper, and there sure as hell isn’t anything ethical about having an unemployed or underemployed professor write one for you.
That said, there’s a perverse logic to buying a term paper from a purveyor like this one. Look at it this way – the MBAs, PhDs and other graduate-degree holding ninjas who work for us were given one promise when they entered their programs – “son, you’re not going to have any trouble finding a job when you get out of here.” Let’s face it – that was a load of bull. While there’s certainly a case to be made that the American and Canadian academies overproduce PhDs (and they do), this pernicious dynamic is also beginning to spread down into undergraduate education.
You know what that means? You don’t just need good grades to succeed anymore; that ain’t going to cut it. You’re going to need connections, a network, and the type of padded resume that you probably won’t have the time to build if you spend your time writing papers that are intended, for all intents and purposes, to be nothing more than busy work. That’s where the unemployed professors come in. When you buy a term paper from us, you can be certain that you’re getting A-level material, and that you’re not going to have waste ten hours cranking out twelve pages. Instead, you’ll pay some dollars, while partying or building that all important network and you’ll have your term paper, custom written, deposited in your account prior to your due date.
Most importantly, buying a custom term paper will free up your time. Some of you have it made, and will be able to spend that time partying until you puke, as your networks are probably already complete. For others, though, you’ll spend the time that you’ve saved becoming a commodity, by building up that network, and getting your nose as brown as you possibly can. Because, let’s face it, the same way that we’re transforming education into a commodity, you need to become one if you’re going to succeed outside of school. Given that you can only be in three places at a time, rather than six, you need to build that network, turn yourself into a commodity, and play the game that the commercial-university complex wants you to. Yeah, it’s unethical, but so is the university system, built on corruption and false promises of employability, that you’re working in today. If your football coach makes more than your family members’ combined incomes, you’ll sure as shit understand what we’re talking about.