Again- your attempt at making a sensible and logical analogy falls flat.<quoted text>
It is "any proof" that OCB was asking for.
Ever buy a product because some person told you how their breath feels fresher after using a certain brand of toothpaste?
That's abecdotal evidence.
Ever need to find a good dry cleaner? Do you ask a few friends for recommendations or do you do a complete scientific study on the best one in town?
We use anecdotal evidence all the time, it's used in place of clinical or scientific evidence.
Someone telling you of a good dry cleaner is based on that person's opinion and not fact.
Same with the toothpaste.
You might find a dry cleaner to be the best one you've ever used as well as finding a toothpaste to be the best one you've ever used.
But of course, that would only be your opinion; it would not be fact that the toothpaste is the best in the world or that the dry cleaner is the best in the world.
What you state here is simply evidence of OPINIONS without ANY evidence of FACT.