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The following goes into detail on what an opinion is. It explains that discussions on something do not make it factual. Statements about others are opinions. Statements on the following are also just opinions: news, ethics, inventions, etc.
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No Implied Warranties. Information Probably Contains Errors. These Are Opinions. Kindly Use Common Sense. Carefully Read The Below.
Listen & Read Carefully:
Did you miss words like "maybe" in what you read or heard? Let's imagine things turned out different from how you imagined. It is silly to look back at the facts you want to remember ignoring the rest of the picture. For example this page states there may be errors. One can't look at jus the facts they want such as hearing "make a million dollars or euros", without also remembering that the phrase included the word "maybe". Were you to say sue company XX for failure to deliver, the company can win the case then sue you for their legal costs and time waisted on silly law suits.
• Just Opinion: Statements are opinions unless expressly stated that they are facts. Yet there probably are missing facts. As in life, every story or perspective has at least two sides. Don't take the opinions or allegations as fact.
• Material might be translated and/or have errors from speech to text conversion. This is especially apparent when incorrect words are used, even if they are rightly spelled.
Speech to Text Conversion Software Makes Mistakes:
More people are using software converting speech to text. There can be gross errors, many of which are funny. Some errors would not be funny and can be completely incorrect. Check that the digital content you received is correct before assuming the worst. This applies to: text messages, emails, word documents, blogs, etc.
Intellectual Property: Inventions, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Copyrights
No absolute claims are made to originality of any intellectual property. Statements such as "Mary invented XX" are opinions. More disclaimers on intellectual property include: Trademarks are at TrademarkDisclaimers.Com. Stealing other's intellectual property is at PossibleInfringer.Com and ProvisionalPatentRights.Com plus InfringementDisclaimers.Com. If your material is copied, then make sure to contact the party appearing to have stolen your intellectual property, and provide ample evidence for your claim.
People sometimes might need to lighten up. Don't confuse humor or brainstorming with facts or a concrete suggestion for doing something. Statements made in humor are opinions. Humor hopefully has a useful side helping other's learn and grow to become better, more ethical people.