I certainly would. But what you are still failing to grasp is that I didn't accuse anyone of suffering dementia. One more time: the fact that confabulation is present in sufferers of dementia is NOT a conclusion (nor an accusation) that all confabulation is in and of itself a diagnosis of dementia. Which does nothing for your "point". Yes, it's not a good idea to diagnose someone you've never met (I didn't do that). Yes, the fact that some people get things wrong doesn't mean everyone does (but, on the other hand, it's also not an indication that we can automatically conclude that those not specifically and categorically shown to have got it wrong are thereby to be excluded from the possibility that they could have got it wrong - something further backed up by the links in my previous post). We are ALL prone to mistakes, errors of memory and "filling the gaps": this is neither an accusation of dementia, nor of lying, but an admission that memory isn't perfect. People tend to place greater faith in the accuracy, completeness and vividness of their memories than they probably should.