No, of course not. I know what you mean -- but the point made was subtly different: my corporate firewall just does allow *outgoing* 80 and 443. Several (many?) ISPs seem to do that too. Thus, services "out there", having a "real" Internet connection make less and less sense if they sit on (say) port 22.
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