This new user surprised me with a couple of informed and well-witten answers. I am the last to complain about a good writing style, but, curious as I ever am, I copied a few fragant fragments of that fluently flowing phraesology into Google. Entire sentences appeared to be copied from existing material - blog posts, forum answers, and Slide Shares that everyone else seem to share as "original" material.
I am aware that just about every question here on the World Wide Web can be answered with a couple of well-chosen paragraphs from elsewhere on that same Internet (and so I'm going to look for a few choicy paragraphs to insert in here). (What about this:)
Loving something means that sometimes you have to decide what is really best for it, no matter how difficult that can be.
At what point does one declare, "no, you did not "write" this answer, you Googled and copied the most tasty text?"