There is a minor but critical distinction between being right and being not wrong. -- RecklessPrudence
Someone had graffitied a museum's promotional poster. The poster, being about a dinosaur exhibit, featured the ever-popular T-Rex. The graffito read, He's a chicken, I tell you! A giant chicken!
There was no need to arrest the offending graffiti artist because the local paleontological fans had already corralled them and were having a Well-Actually contest. Lyr hung back and observed, just in case things got rowdy. These were, after all, fellow humans, and humans sometimes argued with their bodies as well as their mouths.
"...while the T-rex is related to the common chicken," one pontificated, "there's no evidence that the descent is at all direct."