Saturday, 21 December 2013

Why Bad Grammar is the Same as Religious Fundamentalism

Step by Step.

1. Freedom of speech is a contract between the government and the citizen. It is otherwise irrelevant.

2. What you say, and, most especially, what you write, is public domain.

3. You won't go to jail for what you write because of free speech laws (see 1)

4. However, once "out there" there's no reeling it back in.

5. It's not illegal.

6. But it's still wrong.

7. People will notice.

8. They may point it out to you.

9. You can't expect otherwise.

10. Cause and effect.

11. Suck it up cupcake. 


  1. Ran across you blog from len. I definitely enjoyed many but naturally not all of your comments. Most interesting blog....

    1. Hello! It's OK, the last thing I expect is for everyone to agree with me all the time. I never met anyone yet who I agree with all the time. What I do here is a brain dump. If anyone finds it useful, or interesting, then that's a bonus!

  2. I fail to see the connection between bad grammar and fundamentalism, unless you are referring to the by now infamous Dynasty affair?