Years ago, we met at the pub, like many times before and since.
Him: A meteorite was found in the Hills.
Me: Was it actually found or just seen falling?
Him: Found, by somebody I know, and you also met him before, at least once.
Me, pondering silently: It’s been more than a century, since the only bolide in the whole country was picked up. The area of 20,000 square kilometers has yielded 1 meteorite per 100 years. Now he is telling me the local area of less than 1000 square kilometers has brought us the second in the last year? It’s 1 in 2000.
Reality proved him right, it really happened, despite my disbelief.