Let me break it down.
If you had to swear an oath in court that you thought I meant that 100 less people buying Brian Wood's books would end his career, would you really say you did? If my intent wasn't clear, that's understandable, but I'm not an idiot. I don't think 100 less people can kill X-Men.
But the intent is still the same. What if more groups do what she said? Fine, not 10. 500. 1000. Nothing in my argument changes because of the number chosen.
Do you see the difference?
And those 10 groups don't have to be 10 groups of 10. It could be 10 retailers. 10 advertisers. Whatever. I don't know where 100 people even came from.
Sure, I'd swear to it in court, since the original discussion was about her group of friends that amounted to 10 and you didn't bother to quantify your initial statement. While you could have meant 500, 1000, or 10000 legless puppies who use Wood comics to piddle on, you could have also meant 10 similar groups of 10.
That's enough talk of math for me.