Originally Posted by dkzzzz
Odor things that you call facts are seem to you such simply because you like to quote other peoples thoughts.
Do you find strange comfort in repeating anything that comes your way, preferably in a written form or via TV?
Of course, you are right! Why look at what is objectively true (i.e., what you read about something based on knowledge, experience, testing, etc.) when you can just "think for yourself" what the truth is!!!
I will try this next time I am in court.
Judge: Counselor, plaintiff's expert has opined that the product was defective because it lacked a safety switch. What is your proof to the contrary?
Me: Judge, the product is not defective because I say so.
Judge: Counselor, there is objective proof and testing that tends to show that the product is defective, leaving an issue of fact for the jury.
Me: Judge, you can't believe everything you read. Just because somebody does a test and the test confirms what they are saying, doesn't mean that it's a fact. Don't listen to what the expert says judge, think for yourself.
Judge: Why of course counselor! It is hereby ordered that the defense's motion for summary judgment is granted on the grounds that I am choosing to ignore credible objective evidence of a defect in the product and to think for myself! I find no cause of action, judgment to be entered in favor of the defense. Case closed.