With all these peons created threads about opinions I'm assuming us intellectuals need more stimulation for our minds. Thus, I shall be creating this Non-Opinion thread ;or "Facts" for you simpletons; to show you a bright and glorious light in this time of great darkness.
I shall only be sharing with you fellow users pure, unadulterated facts to contrast with all these weak, unsubstantiated opinions.
In a limited sense of the word fact, the statement is indeed one as well as an opinion.
The statement is clearly an opinion but is also showing a truth of some sort. Mainly the speaker's love for cake. Nevertheless, this all relies on the comment being truthful as well as a interpretation of what a fact is. Many believe that facts have to be provable to be considered one.
The Erfurt latrine disaster was a catastrophe in the Holy Roman Empire in the late 12th century. In 1184, a diet was called to settle a dispute between Archbishop Conrad of Mainz and Duke Louis III of Thuringia. Many lords from the Holy Roman Empire attended including the Emperor himself attended the diet in Erfurt.
The wooden floor the nobles were sitting on broke from the stress of dozens of nobles being there and many plunged into the latrine below.
When discussing George Berkeley's philosophical view that matter didn't exist and only mind and ideas from those minds existed, Samuel Johnson decided to kick a stone and then assert, "I refute it thus".