"Well, some burger grease."
"Don't eat that either."
"Well, there are probably some other non-meat based suet recipes on the Internet."
And he said, "I'm sure there are, but you can't trust anything you read on the Internet. I was on a site once and it had FALSE information on it! It was on astronomy and it was..."
(I sort of lost what he was saying at that point so I don't know what was so terribly wrong)
"so if that was wrong how many other things that I don't know are wrong are wrong. Nope. I don't think people should use it since you can't trust it (the Internet)."
To paraphrase Captain Mal of Serenity, "Hunh?"
I so wanted to say--as opposed to magazines and newspapers that are bastions of truth? Never get their facts wrong?
And, of course, from the Luddites you can never get the specifics. Was this a board where anyone could post? Was this a reputable site? Etc. The clerk did ask how long ago this was.
"Oh, a few years."
Yes, the Internet is often wrong. So is everything else. Haven't these people ever heard to not believe everything you read?