I don't get what you're saying... but it sounds like sarcasm. If the "faker" is trying to throw us "investigators" off track with a copying/pasting the paper instead of digitally, isn't that at the same time counter-intuitive because he/she is trying to trick us into thinking it's REAL?!? or do you think is this some case of reverse reverse psychology, huh?Originally Posted by Zhen Lin
Now I'm all confused.
My point was just that if this is indeed a fake, why leave the part that is most easily faked (a line of text) so obviously questionable. Which is why I'm leaning towards the side that says this is genuine.