Grammarly - Authoring to remove Personal Style on a Global Scale

When it comes to the Poetic Genius, and High Prose, I am most certain, that the Great Poets, such as Yeats, Blake, and the Poet Laureate Lord Tennyson won’t make it with #Grammarly writing assistant.  Nor would Genial Worrdsmiths like Stanley Unwin, or Slangsters and Gangstas. When we come to think about it, the irony is, that ‘Grammarly‘ Isn’t even a Word anyway! Grammarly is also Unethical and deceptive in its Corporate Attitude, with Fake Close Buttons on their Ads that Lead to Web Pages

I mean where is the word ‘Grammarly’ to be found in the English Dictionary? Ask an NFL Player perhaps?

If everybody used Grammarly to write with, it would make all authors of the world write as if the same person were to be writing, and we would have no more Poetic Genius, or development of the use of and meaning of Semantics, as the meanings and uses of words change with time, and from region to region.

I an I wanna Know how da gang gonna do wit’ Grammarly. But i am completely aware and deeply understanding of the complete superflous-ness of such a ‘writing assistant’

The word Superflous, Meaning su·per·flu·ous/so͞oˈpərflo͞oəs/ (I wonder How Grammarly would want me to change that line?). Should we let Grammarly become the only Author behind every writer’s style of expression? Forcing the Human Author to write according to how Grammarly thinks best? Grammarly isn’t even a real word!

I mean Bro, if I-an-I wanna write like-a dis’, den I-an I a gonna write like-a dis, an it-a gonna have it’ own kain’-a Stylee.. itta ding dat allright Mon.. Write how-a you wanna write, an’ use da tings dat ya wanna use ta get ya point across! Hav’ yer own stylee, an do it Original Stylee.

Grammarly is an A.I. driven Authoring software putting the world's literature in danger, to remove Personal Style on a Global Scale

Grammarly is an A.I. driven Authoring software putting the world’s literature in danger, to remove Personal Style on a Global Scale. These analytics are mostly buried in search engine results due to Grammarly paying bloggers and micro influencers to write and create content, to bury any bad reviews down to second or third page in search results.

Bumbaklaat Raasklaat Grammarly! You don’t know how Modern Punctuation is used by Modern Humans to express themselves freely, and want everybody to write the same as the team who programmed grammarly’s Dictionary! A Plethora of Books and Authors, all written by and A.I. algorithm called Gramarly!

Stanley Unwin Intentional Bad Grammar

Stanley Unwin Intentional Bad Grammar

Unless of Course, You Play with the NFL or know how to Watch TV instead of Read Words.

NFL Fans Literary Genius with grammarly

Original Stylee; 5 – Grammarly; 0

William Blake 10 – Grammarly 0

Everyone is Crunching Data, and Big Data, to render Stats, or better said in real English ‘Statistics’ are as far as most people understand, some kind of ‘Proof’ of something, that is ‘/Proved’ by using Data to Present a Positive or Negative result or effect. The Stats which are used so commonly today, which are made by analysts, read by analysts, and presented to people all over the world who don’t even understand how the stats were gathered, in order to convince them of something, that is in principle, ‘Hot Air’, or as we say in Spanish ‘Una Fantasma’  (nothing resembling what it appears to be).This conditions people into believing that opinions or limited data is ‘Fact’. This has an indirect effect on our future Evolution as a special, be it social, ethical or genetic, because of how it is influen cing our society and ethics, and how we interpret and deal with things, based on Crunched Data from so called ‘Expert Analysts’

A good Example would be to quote Time Magazine about Donals Trump’s Tweet about the Puerto Rico Tornado, which used mention of stats, after a second analysis by a George Washington University changed the number of deaths from 60+ to nearly 3000.. now thats a big difference in ‘stats’!!!

Donald Trump Tweet Tornado Death Toll Stats

Of course, in this case, the low stats were to avoid having to pay for aid, and to play down the seriosity, and save money. This was because Trump was not clever enough as Obama, who during the Haiti Disaster, set up a money stealing laundering scheme for the soft hearted asking to “dial some number (at lots of cost per sms) to donate 100$ to the storm fund so they can steal it, and give some stats to pretend it actually got used to help people”

Stats could be used to gain more accurate conclusions about things, but unfortunately, due to Human greed, Anger and Ignorance, Stats, are almost always used to cover up things, not reveal things, or to present things in a deceptive way, to sell an idea.

The Haiti Fund was a scam where almost all of the funds were spent by organisations middle men and corrupt officials.. For example, the Red Cross Spent 25 Percent Of Haiti Donations On Internal Expenses  – In general, the Red Cross itself doesn’t know how much money it spent on each project in Haiti because of a “complex, yet inaccurate” accounting system, the report found.

Investigation of American Red Cross

“Registered Charities are all a Scam Anyway, i Never Donate to Registered Charities, since i grew up with my Father5’s Con Men around me, and know how Con Men prey on Bleeding Hearts.”

In Search Of The Red Cross’ $500 Million In Haiti Relief

So what is the difference between reality and ‘stats’? A BIG one, i can tell you. Stats are merely hot air that companies sell ideas to rich companies, and advertisers, but never reflect the truth, because, they only take a limited set of questions and parameters into consideration..

As 9999 people in Harlem a 10 question survey, and then go to New England and knock on the Man sion House doors and ask 9999 white people, and you wont get the same answers… so the question ‘what do Americans think about the fact that more black peole get convicted than white people’ would produce different opinions in each group….

5 Ways Statistics can be used to Lie to You Every Day

As to webstats.. Facebook Pixel uses a method to track arrivals at your shopping cart checkout in online store websites, and will show you stats based on that, if you advertise with Facebook (or Google or whoever). If you advertise, you get a stats page which shows you how many people arrived at the checkout cart.. Facebook once charged me 200$ for 600 checkout arrivals, in an advertsiing campaign in a month when only 60 people bought something, and i knew all of them, (repeat customers), and none of them came from Facebook. Every time i advertised on Facebook, in fact, my monthly earnings dropped to even half of when i do not advertise (which i do not do anymore since then).

Facebook Ads Are Deceptive to the Advertiser AND the End User

So who were the supposed 600 arrivals at checkout?

The same ‘people’ who caused my VPN server to crash in mid 2018 when i migrated my websites from Bluehost to Dreamhost hosting; Namely ‘BOTS’.

It is reported that bot traffic now accounts for 56% of all traffic on a typical website

Facebook classes a google bot or a yahoo bot or a bing bot as a person or at least an ‘arrival’ on the website. The 600 checkouts were almost if not ALL Bots scouring the web and every url on my and other people’s websites…  I also asked each customer that month ‘how did you find me’ if they were not old customers, and they all said ‘Google’ So i paid 200$ and Facebook sent me NULL people, and registered 600 google bots, and tells me they sent 600 people to me!

“Smart bots have taken over. Now a bot can process JavaScript (and potentially Google Analytics), in a similar way to a real human’s web browser. And it’s a good thing too: if today’s search engine crawlers could not process JavaScript, much of the human-readable web would be hidden from search engines.” (Luna Metrics).

 

Stats MY ASS! – to Quote Science Blogs; Numbers don’t lie, but they tell a lot of half-truths. We have been raised to think that numbers represent absolute fact, that in a math class there is one and only one correct answer. But less emphasis is put on the fact that in the real world numbers don’t convey any information without units, or some other frame of reference. The blurring of the line between the number and the quantity has left us vulnerable to the ways in which statistics can deceive us. By poorly defining or incorrectly defining numbers, contemporary audiences can be manipulated into thinking opinions are fact.

I personally like the Thought Experiment from the Fallicy Files Website in its ‘Base Rate Fallicy’ page, which says ;

Thought Experiment:

“Suppose that the rate of disease D is three times higher among homosexuals than among heterosexuals, that is, the percentage of homosexuals who have D is three times the percentage of heterosexuals who have it. Suppose, further, that Pat is diagnosed with the disease, and this is all that you know about Pat. In particular, you don’t know anything else about Pat’s sexual orientation; in fact, you don’t even know whether Pat is male or female. What is the likelihood that Pat is homosexual?”

 

Related Links;

The Base Rate Fallicy

85% of Statistics are False or Misleading

13 Ways Facebook Tries to Trick You With Ads

Example of False Information by Paid Bloggers to disseminate viral trending beliefs (Fake News), and promote the use of chatbots (which are dumb, and a pain in the ass, but whose developers are paying bloggers to convince big companies and businesses they need to pay for such services

Top Ten Messenger Bot FAQs (Deceptive Facebook Sponsored Paid Blogpost)

List of services that conttribute to creating false beliefs and trends through paid blogging, which is used by rich companies like Facebook, Instagram, and Top Infuential news websites and Blog (Taken in 2017 from Forbes study)

Forbes published a list of ten of the highest earning blogs in the world:

Huffington Post – $14,000,000 per month
Endgadget – $5,500,000 per month
Moz – $4,250,000 per month
TechCrunch – $2,500,000 per month
Mashable – $2,000,000 per month
CopyBlogger – $1,000,000 per month
Perez Hilton – $575,000 per month
Gizmodo – $325,000 per month
Smashing Magazine – £250,000 per month
Tuts+ – $175,000