The public adopted the idea quickly and became a fan of the authentic authority once again. But other authorities were also on their tiptoes. After a secret underground meeting, they too launched an authentication stamp that was to be printed onto the cover of the magazines they published in. This confused the public yet again.
Should they read the authentic authorship by the authentic authority of authorized authors or authentic authorship by the inauthentic authority of authorized authors? Deciding against this dilemma was particularly difficult and the authentic authority started to observe a decline in their sales.
In a last ditch effort, they modified their stamp of authenticity into a hologram of inauthentic unauthenticity (therefore, authenticity) to authorize its authenticity. The inauthentic authority could no longer replicate this and the public consumed authentic content happily ever after.
If you have been paying attention, I hope I have been able to explain how the Authentic Authority of Authorized Authors Authorized Authenticity of Authorship Authentication.
In case you are still confused why there’s a picture of an otter at the top, its just to highlight the fact that the inauthentic authors, defeated by the authentic authors renamed themselves as the otters, but that’s a story for a different time!
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