Is the word remind a stative verb? (which means that even if I'm talking about something that's happening right now, I still have to use this infinitive verb without turning it into present continuous tense and addition of -ing)
For example: If I am speaking right now with someone and he's saying to me something that causes me an association with something else, I have two basic choices to respond:
a) You remind me (at the moment) of a quite similar anecdote that I came across two weeks ago.
b) You are reminding me of a quite similar anecdote that I came across two weeks ago.