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What does a piece of schlock mean in the following phrase?

"You aren't in this game to write a piece of schlock."

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Some context would be helpful but:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schlock

Schlock is an English word of Yiddish origin meaning "something cheap, shoddy, or inferior

The speaker is telling the subject not to write something low quality.

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