|-He claimed that Ford's witnesses said the event didn't happen. That's false.
Ford's friend said that she doesn't remember any event like that and doesn't know Kavanaugh at all. This is a distinction without a difference, not a lie.
It's a distinction with a huge difference.
There's a massive, massive difference between "I don't remember", and "This didn't happen."
Taking faulty memory as proof something didn't happen, does not make for a judge.
The July 1 date that you're describing happened miles away in a building unlike the one Ford described. It is basically an internet rumor. And just to completely spike it, her legal team admitted that that it couldn't be the date because it would have included people she would remember.
You're missing the point. I'm not saying this is the event where the alleged assault happened.
He claimed he had never attended any event like the one described, yet his calendar contradicts that.
|-He claimed that boofing referred to flatulence.
And people have confirmed that it was slang for flatulence at his school.
|-He claimed that the devil's triangle refers to a drinking game.
And people have confirmed that it is a drinking game, including people at Yale who say he taught it to them.
Slang is ever-changing, so trying to pin down a precise meaning for something to within a specific school is impossible.
@bold: Do you have a source for these?
@italics: Yes slang changes, but it's not impossible to figure out a precise meaning.