DB2: No, I said they were moot points. Moot is an adjective meaning open to discussion or debate.rmhj: That is the historical meaning of moot, but not the contemporary meaning, where it is generally used to mean 'irrelevant' or 'pointless'.DB2: Thanks for telling me what I meant.Since you were using it in the modern construction, I made the apparently unwarranted assumption that you were intending the vernacular rather than the obsolete meaning.If you don't know what you're saying, how are we supposed to?rj
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