I think you either forget or didn't reach the final paragraph of the original post that upset you. Thus losing the whole point.
I maintain that the statement you made, (or possibly quoted), is misleading to most people and a view of a graph would be more understandable.
The vast majority of the populace haven't a clue what we are arguing about. They don't know anything at all about statistics. The statement in your post is only of interest to those that do, and to them isn't much help either due to the number of ways the condition could arise.
The only possible reaction is "So? Please can we have more meaningful information". Wildly different usage patterns of statistical significance could be causing the "25% exceed the mean" result.
The indispensable man or woman passes from the scene, and what happens next is more or less the same thing as was happening before.
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