"Can you justify that?" I said. I like challenging people who have opinions, but hate it when their response includes hypertext links.
"I sure can," he replied confidently. "The British comedy troupe Monty Python had a skit in which a character is comically unable to pronounce the letter C, so he uses the letter B instead. He can pronounce the letter K just fine, though. This exact same practice - pronouncing the letter C as B - later became a very real tradition among one of the largest gangs in the U.S. How can you explain that? Don't you dare say it's just a coincidence."
"Well, there's a perfectly reasonable explanation."
It all makes sense, you see, because...