It is dangerous because I'm going to talk about this guy:
Thus, if he's using the term "objectively" correctly, the Great and Powerful Oz is saying that regardless of how he may personally feel about kale (or brussel sprouts or turnips or pink Beetles), it is a fact . . . an unbiased fact . . . that they are disgusting.ob·jec·tive [uhb-jek-tiv]: not influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudice; based on facts; unbiased; an objective opinion.
I just don't know. But that's the difference between the two of us. He is 100% confident that his opinion is the right one. All of the time. His rationale is that if his opinion wasn't right then it wouldn't be his opinion.
And, to be perfectly honest, he usually proves to be right about most things. And, I usually prove to be wrong. It's a real bugger.
However, we did come to a conclusion about the car last night. We agreed that the following is the "objective" truth:
|With stripes if I can find it.|