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Last edited by Dmon1Unlimited; 26-02-2012 at 03:45.
one is fact and one is not.
(Original post by there's too much love)
Given the context and manner they've presented the word the argument I put forward a couple of minutes ago (you've probably not seen it yet) still stands. Simply put, the language has evolved enough for it to be used in that fashion. Of course it can be used in different manners, but it is not as simple as it's original definition.
Therefore you can say in separate sentences that it is fact.
This is because one of them is true. So by pretending that one is fact, then pretending the other is fact, it makes it seems more real. Obviously it is impossible for both to be fact
(Original post by Battenberg)
You stated both as fact, they are contradictory and cannot both be true. If you wanted to include the word fact in your post then you would have had to change the question's meaning completely. Just because one of them must be true does not mean you are free to call both options fact, they just aren't!
Last edited by bestofyou; 26-02-2012 at 03:47.