ppauper wrote:lovenatalya wrote:ISayMoo wrote:
Lovely Lennon song... That would be marvelous...lovenatalya wrote:Calling it either John Lennon's or Yoko Ono's alone is an exaggeration and oversimplification. While it was true that John Lennon got his inspiration of the song and most of the lyrics from Yoko Ono's Grapefruit, he composed the music, played and sang the song, and both of them produced the song.
Striking Syria is a grave error.
since lovenatalya called it a "Lovely Lennon song," it seems that lovenatalya is admitting that he/she exaggerated and oversimplified
Hahahaa... not so fast, my good friend. You would not think I did not see that easy logical trap coming one step ahead, would you? The appearance is deceiving and the implication is a non sequitur. Read my paragraph again, my friend. :-D The key word is alone. When A and B jointly owns an object O, O is A's, O is also B's. So both katastrofa and I were logically correct, and neither exaggerated nor simplified. The only part that may be up to debate is the word "alone" may not be the best choice. "exclusively" may have been better and more unequivocal.
I wrote that paragraph to clarify the possible ambiguity of the ownership raised by my statement as well as katastrofa's, albeit both were correct.