I used to work with a guy who could hear the most ridiculous statement and as long as it had a grain of truth to it, he would seem unfazed and say, "Well, you're not wrong."
We were pretty sure that he mostly said this as a way to get people to stop talking to him, but he was also really good at throwing this phrase down perfectly.
After all, if there was room to argue about how wrong that person was, that meant more people were asking him questions and fewer people were letting their creativity soar. As he often told us, that was the last thing he wanted.
Now that I've given you the right background, even those of you who have never met him will almost be able to hear him say "Well, you're not wrong" about what these people are laying down.