posted on Jan, 31 2008 @ 08:21 AM
reply to post by Johnbro
It's not really about arguing (although I can do that easily
), it's about accuracy and "broad-stroke" comments.
When you say that "99.9% know about flying-saucers" aren't you forgetting the millions of people that never saw one and, because of their
economical status, do not have access to information, or, even when they can have access to that information, they do not know how to read it?
I know that for someone living in a urban area of even a moderately advanced country is easy to forget about those people that do not share our luck
in having a decent and easy way of life.
Do you think that 99.9% of the people from Africa, for example, know about flying-saucers?
My post was meant to show how easy it is to make such "broad-stroke" comments, because your own comment forgot about millions and millions of
people, unless you are really convinced that all those people (children included, right?) know about flying-saucers.
PS: I don't know if I know anyone that never heard about flying-saucers because I do not ask that to all people I know, although I am convinced that
all people I know (all living in the biggest urban area of Portugal) have heard or read about them.