Is Betteridge's law true?


#21

I agree with you on the first point. But I think even the Yes answer doesn’t cause a paradox, since Betteridge’s Law doesn’t state that the answer is “No”, only that it can be (and in this case it isn’t).


#22

And of course in this case it also isn’t a headline, which is integral to the whole concept otherwise it just reduces to “you can answer no to any question.”


#23

If the question had ‘always’ in it, it would be better


#24

It’s a shit law anyway. Fuck this Ian Betteridge clown.


#25

Betteridge? Worseidge more like!


#26

That just reminded me of Worzel Gummidge.


#27

*Worzel Betteridge