(n). Someone, who sees something on the Internet, like a definition on urban dictionary, a Web site, a song lyric page, or any place where text can be copied and pasted to seem as if the paster wrote it himself.
Sometimes the copy and paster does it just to get electronically published.
What often results is that the Internet has not two, not three, but four, five, even more Web sites with the same information, and it is hard to distinguish who the genuine author is. It could be a kid, a law professor, the guy at Home Depot, etc.
When I looked up for information on my favorite rock band, I found three different sites with the same content. Two of the sites were made by a copy and paste author.
Paper pimp (n). A high profile left or right wing columnist, who writes op ed pieces with a particular slant to persuade many of its readers to buy a newspaper, that otherwise would be used for the litterbox or the bird cage lining. A paper pimp knows his/her audience, so it will sell in certain markets. Paper Pimps are found syndicated in many of the large metropolitan "rags" throughout the country. This can also be used as a descriptive: "paper pimper, or pimping papers".
Cal Thomas' article didn't surprise me. I read the first paragraph and knew he was just a paper pimp.
HUMAN (acronym). Stands for "Head Up My Ass Now." This refers to an embarrassing situation where one may say something that they may not have meant, or have done something to cause everyone to notice, esp. in a public setting. I.E., a social faux pas.
"Oh, man. I just can't believe what I said. I've got my HUMAN."