With Funding From Top Flight Investors, Fast-Growing NoRedInk Is On A Mission To Rid The World Of Bad Grammar

They say that California is the land where everyone goes around saying “You Know…” and nobody knows. I am very far from perfect in my grammar, but am making an effort to get better all the time.

6 thoughts on “With Funding From Top Flight Investors, Fast-Growing NoRedInk Is On A Mission To Rid The World Of Bad Grammar

  1. I am listening to this week’s Personal Computer Show. I am only halfway through and I can practically see you turning red in frustration having to deal with Hank and Joe. You, sir, deserve a Purple Heart.


  2. I noticed, and years ago my partner and wife at the time noticed, that Californians never say, “so-and-so is an artist”, they say, “so-and-so thinks he’s an artist.” So for example, the typical Californian would say, “David thinks he’s a virus expert”. Being well-recognized as such an expert means nothing to them. For example, the artists in question, me and the wife, had just completed a donated mural for the town’s Free Clinic, called The Effort. We worked on that for 3 months! So, we did laugh when we heard at the espresso/gelato place, that we “thought” we were artists.


    1. Well I have lived in California almost all of my 58 years (1 year in Oregon and about ten years on the road) and I have never noticed such a thing. I have pretty solid credentials in the virus field. Should I blog about that? I thought everyone knew that I was the real deal. By the way, I am also an artist (but not a painter) I have worked in graphic design, stage and set design, electronic music and of course I am a magician. Where are you located these days, Henry?

      David Perry


  3. This design is incredible! You definitely know how to keep
    a reader entertained. Between your wit and your videos, I
    was almost moved to start my own blog (well, almost…HaHa!) Wonderful job.
    I really loved what you had to say, and more than that, how you presented it.
    Too cool!


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