Yeah, I understand how to use the interwebz. MY point is that the statement "Hot water freezes faster than cold water under conditions compatible with the MPemba Effect" may be true, but "Hot water freezes faster than cold water" is not. And most people who make the statement "Hot water freezes faster than cold water" think it's the general case, will happily put hot water in one ice cube tray and cold water in the other to show me what's what, and will be highly perplexed when their proof fails by a wide margin.
Try it! Identical trays, different water temps, same spot in the freezer. When I first heard it, I didn't believe it either. A couple of times it was a bit faster, most time it was hard to tell, but it was never slower. (I was judging by if I could see liquid water move inside the cube) It was more obvious in a bigger container than an ice cube tray.