========<quoted text>The nutjob tries to illustrate the noun 'protocols' as a verb with the example of better. He had better learn to use a dictionary.
YOU THE rigid UNINTELLIGENT (HERE, UNINTELLIGENT IS A NOUN AND NOT AN ADJECTIVE TOO), STOP THE GAMBIT OF BEING SO UPTIGHT.
This is not typical (not typical--not often as usual way) for the word better: He had better learn to use a dictionary.
Certainly the word "Better" is commonly used as adjective, verb, and noun too.
Between the two women, who do you think you like, Mary or Susan?
They say Mary is the better (as noun).
Generally words usage is based on the dictionary, AS IS IN SOME CASES, words CAN BE used not exactly linked to dictionary