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Re: Mute? no lots to say

Moot was the correct word.. My lack of attention as I usually do not misspell anything in English.

That being said the definition of "Mute "Not being able yo say anything" is the most offensive of the various definitions of mute. A correct definition would be "Refraining from making a sound" Ask any deaf person if he/she is mute or "Unable to ay anything"? So, while I appreciate the correction of moot you you failed to impress with your choice of the least appropriate definition of mute.

I can't help it either....

Merki, 3/22/2011
CCRS member since: 1/17/2010
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