From: Steven R. Lo Vullo (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Nov 26 2000 - 19:42:46 EST
On 11/26/00 6:20 PM, Wayne Leman wrote:
> I'm curious how would you now phrase it, Steve, to state what you wanted to
Perhaps with "expressed" rather than "asked." Surely a rhetorical question
is "expressed." I think perhaps there is a little bit of semantic nitpicking
here. :-) Remember, in the context of my response the only point I was
making was that even a rhetorical question is *recognized* as a question.
Otherwise we would not call it a rhetorical *question*.
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