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Posted by Carl Lewis on July 14, 2003 13:38:53 UTC

If "nothing happens", then this would be an impossible conversation.

Why? Is it a property of "nothing" that, if it happens, then conversations are impossible?

I have to look up the definition of nothing in the dictionary, but I suspect it doesn't mention "conversations"...

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