Hmm… I always look for the facts when they spout the likely or similar…

I was, seriously and besides I need my coffee. It is not very likely that I will not drink just two cups of coffee today. Okay, (fact is) it is certain I will drink three cups of coffee today…

We never get facts:

We always get probabilities, odds, chance, possibilities…

“strong probability…”: “in all likelihood…”: “highly possible…”: “assume…” “very likely…”: “strong possibility…” “highly likely…”: “substantial chance…”.

Whatever way you spin it, it’s trash talking….by the media and by the politicians. Trash talking as an individual about the neighbor is wrong in all ways, but when a whole country/government does it as a normality of speaking. Then we have fallen into the pit of disparage…

“most likely…”: more likely than not : probably It will most likely rain tomorrow. But then again it may not rain…

I say such things as my arthritis flares up and I feel like #$%^

One definition of a most used word…

Definition of “likely”: adjective: likely; comparative adjective: likelier; superlative adjective: likeliest

such as well might happen or be true; probable.
“speculation on the likely effect of opting out”

There are no cases of facts anymore. It is never a provable fact that Russia did it, China did it, Iran did it, Syria did it, Suzy Q did it….speculation is not a fact (Speculation, is an opinion without firm evidence.) and not admissible in a court of law…

Next time your favorite politician and or your most hated politician spouts as he or she is speculating about something….listen to the words being used. Their words are specific to allowing them to say how bad something is and or how good something is, yet never actually say, “It is a fact!” They know if they say that and caught, they will suffer and thus they try their best to skirt around the facts to begin with. Facts are facts: not how you present them and or not present them…

We also hear:

Similar to…

And it is always similar to something we never proved in the first place and yet we say things like, “The attack is similar to what Iran, Russia and China did in 2016 elections!” Yet, I have never seen proof they did anything, yet, we just acted like they did it and now are doing it again…

Similar: having a resemblance in appearance, character, or quantity, without being identical.

That means it is not a fact, it is just likely, probably, could be, maybe, kinda like something we lied about years ago….you believed us, “Right?”

The point is:

If we had the facts and proof? Then we would not have to “likely” lie to cover our “likely” lies…

WtR

PS: Lets not even go to when we use a picture to prove something, taken by a satellite and it is so grainy that you could not tell if the vehicle is a 59 Chevy or a tank. Yet Google can capture an image of a woman sunbathing topless and all details are available. What is up with that? Maybe we need to use Google images to make our evidence case? Or maybe we should ask, “Why?”

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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