I saw this piece of . . . prose, I guess, for want of a better word . . . while reading a story at PJMedia about a sexual-harassment suit:
Alive Seminars and Coaching Academy began with a vision and a statement powerful. That as the declaration is made, the action is taken Which was done with love and passion. With that love and passion creating basic and advanced programs and Leaderships To prepare leaders both in their community, in their jobs and their homes Alive continues to thrive on our dedication and passion given to each individual person and that is why great doors continue to open in our walk. Always remember the change in me will change the world
That's from the website of the company being sued. Here it is, and it looks exactly as you'd expect it to look.
I've worked as a proofreader and copyeditor, and that's just fingernails-on-a-chalkboard for me. It's not even bad English, like the instruction sheet for a cheap Chinese gizmo. It's as if someone fed a bunch of New Age self-help books into one of the early AI writing programs, say mid-1980s, and this is what came out.
And the thing is, someone looked at this website, thought about it, and then decided to hire them and give them money.
(The picture at top is by Bruegel the Elder.)