Today’s oddly-specific claim:
Any battery needs to be maintained and properly charged or it will not last one year.
I don’t get it.
Someone is already taking the time to hit the reply button and type out a response. Why overstate the case into something so trivially disputable?
This can introduce pointless noise in the discussion:
Poster A makes overstated claim
Poster B provides a counterexample
Poster A rewords the claim: “What I meant to say was…..”, or gets annoyed: “you know what I meant”
No, we do not know what you meant. We are not you.
The way to improve the signal-to-noise ratio is to think clearly, then say what you mean.