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To W Corvi: Anyone can use the word "some". It would've been more helpful if you'd highlighted (even by numeral, for brevity) which ones you believed fell within each of your categories. For example, I could say "some of Corvi's statements were completely wrong, some were about half-true, and others were spot-on." I don't mean this sarcastically so please don't take offense. It's just that the use of "some" is often used when people are generalizing; like when people just make up statistics out of the air.

Posted by RHarlos2 on 10/25/2009 at 6:35 AM

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