James R. Davis
Posted - 09/28/2013 : 2:36 PM
I've noticed that some posters here like to play with words.
It is possible to negate virtually everything in a sentence and both the original sentence and the changed one can still be true.
For example, bet you've heard this one a million times:
Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
Negate virtually everything:
Nothing you say can or will be used for you in a court of law.
(That, because what you say will then be considered 'hearsay'. You REALLY want an attorney on your side - and BEFORE you start talking.)
Any other examples you can think of?