A technophile lawyer rediscovers the joys of pen and paper

Monday, July 4, 2011

A very TWSBI Fourth of July

OK, so the top one isn't actually white, but this is as close to red, white and blue as I could get with my pens — my three TWSBI Diamond 530s in red, clear, and blue:

To those of you wondering about using pens from Taiwan to commemorate American Independence Day, let me point out that fireworks were invented by the Chinese!

Happy fourth, everyone!

A Fourth of July fireworks display at the Wash...Image via Wikipedia
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  1. You should use Noodler's Whiteness of the Whale in the white one :)

  2. Peninkcillin: I have no use for that ink, except this picture. Believe it or not, I though about using milk! But I was worried I might not be able to get it all cleaned out.

  3. " . . . invented by the Chinese!" Reminds me of the Spanish-surnamed American politician, who, when told to "go back where you came from" on a call-in show, replied, "I am where I came from!" Her ancestors had been resident in the New World since the late 1600s. Jack/Youngstown