First Paper: Interesting idea; will your readers agree? Develop this point to greater depth. Cite your sources, please. Do you have evidence?
Second Paper: Cite your sources, please. Gram: dangling modifier; come ask and I'll explain. Number your pages, please. Develop this example further? Good point!
Third Paper: Is this your thesis? Evidence? Good example. Cite your sources.
Fourth Paper: Interesting, develop? Number your pages, please. Indent new paragraphs.
Fifth Paper: Thesis? Gram: run on sentence; use a semi-colon or a connecting word. Cite your sources. Can you develop this point further?
Sixth Paper: Develop example to bring out your point. Gram: fragment; use a comma to avoid the fragment. Number pages. Gram: dangling modifier; come ask and I'll explain.
Seventh Paper: Confusing sentence. Number pages. Cite sources. Gram: run on sentence; use a semi-colon or connecting word.
Eighth Paper: Thesis! Cite sources. Gram: fragment; use a comma. Number pages.
Ninth Paper: Gram: run on. Number pages. Evidence? Gram: dangling modifier. Really? Indent Para.
Tenth Paper: Example? Gram: fragment. Can you develop this example to make the point stronger?
Eleventh Paper: Cite sources. Evidence? Dev. point. # pages. Dangling modifier.
Twelfth Paper: Gram: frag. Cite. Dev. Example? Indent.
Thirteenth Paper: Cite. Ev? Run on. # pages.
Fourteenth Paper: Cite! Frag. Dev? Ex?
Fifteenth Paper: Thesis? Frag! # pgs. Really? Cite! Indent!
And, now I'm half-way done with the stack.