billrussell42 deserves best answer. Hurricane Faith reached 61.1 degrees north as a hurricane on September 6, 1966. This is not just my opinion, this is from the HURDAT database of the National Hurricane Center. I guess that TQ was in such a hurry to demean others and show how smart he is, that he didn't bother checking the actual data.
TQ brings up ocean temperature as the explanation for why hurricanes "can't" reach such latitudes. While ocean temperature is the salient factor, there are other factors that can limit how quickly a system will diminish in intensity while over cold waters. If a storm has high forward speed (Faith's reached 50 mph) the storm will spend less time over cold waters, and the forward speed can contribute to higher ground relative winds. Additionally, upper level divergence can slow down weakening of a storm, as can an annular structure.