From: One of the McKays (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Aug 06 1998 - 09:46:04 EDT
>Frankly, I would consider this an etymological fallacy, what D. A.
>Carson calls a "root" fallacy. Just because a word is made up of two other
words it does not always follow that it means "literally" the
>two root words.
Yeah. "experts" doesn't really mean an unknown quantity of drips under
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