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I believe that this is true most of the time, but not in headlines. Example: "Unemployed Workers March on Capitol Hill". This does not mean that all unemployed workers marched, but rather means that some did.
So how about interpreting "Unemployed Workers March on Capitol Hill, love babies"? :-)
All that I can say is that that would make for a hilarious story.
Did I say "all people", "some people", or just "people"? ;-)