There are (f)acts and then there is (F)act. Different concepts.

Ok: Two sets of synonyms for Fact:
:reality, actuality, certainty; truth, verity, gospel


detail, piece of information, particular, item, specific, element, point, factor, feature, characteristic, ingredient, circumstance, aspect, facet; information

I prefer the strong form of the word Fact and… as you can see by the synonyms… it takes a lot of (f)acts for me to say something is (F)act.

Also, I _really wish_ English wouldn’t reuse the same words for so many concepts. Leads to much confusion.

Then again… I wouldn’t be able to enjoy all those ridiculous puns, so I suppose it’s a good thing

These are _facts_ and for me to say something is a *fact* means something because I don’t like the word fact thrown around too much. But I have enough evidence for me to be satisfied that I can use the word Fact on this.

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