Originally Posted by BlueAngel
You said that the H1N1 virus DOES NOT KILL people and now you are saying BARELY ANY.
So, which is it?
I think most sane people would understand the colloquialism of my original phrase and not need to question any apparent contradiction.
None and a few are considered the same when compared to a lot. It's the same as saying "Everyone was there." When they mean "lots of people were there"
You know that, so why question it?