I did not use "majority rules".<quoted text>You know, your silly posts where you try to use the "majority rules" as giving credibility to your beliefs brings to mind the following many of us heard from our parents when we were immature and silly little kids:
So if all your friends jump off a bridge, does that mean you should jump off the bridge as well?
Just because a majority of people may believe something, that does not make the belief any more valid or any more factual.
Don't forget- at one point in time, the majority of people thought the world was flat.
If that the majority thought so was enough for it to be perceived as fact, we might never have found out just how wrong THAT majority was.
Christine said "some", as in 'not that much'.
I'm asking her how 88% is "some".