ImpractiCo

“if you don’t need it,
we probably have it.”

“if you don’t need it,
we probably have it.”

About ImpractiCo

The brainchild of remnant trust fund offspring of industrialist Milton Mainpark Larsen. Bound by his last will and testament, these illegitimate survivors of his failed social experiment in an undisclosed cornfield north of Missouri have been working towards a better life without his paternal guidance.

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dive into this pool of knowledge as a man does who might otherwise simply stay put.

The problem of Etymology is made epistemologically unpalatable by its association with a veritable palate of etymytes and other crawling things. That said, I dive into this pool of knowledge as a man does who might otherwise simply stay put.
 
Let’s take it apart: First of all, the word “Moot” is not technically a word at all. It falls instead into the category of interjection that holds grunts, groans, and occasional prose. It has only in the last century or so taken on the shimmer of decency that clothes actual words. Through history, it was known as a gutter utterance of low repute.
 
The modern philological construction “Moot" was first voiced by the ancient Pandemonians, who inhabited the regions just east of Eden and about three blocks from the nearest cave dweller. The Pandemonians, who later founded the insurance industry, were fond of long meetings with no fixed agenda. Some of these meetings went on for days so that when speaking of them, most people referred to them in past tense. “Moot,” in ancient Pandish, was the past tense of “Meet,” from which we derive our English word, “Meat.” This is not to ignore the pluperfect, or even to snub it in any way. However, it was not an issue of case or tense but rather a case of nerves that eventually caused the word to be misapplied as “Mott” among the Hoople of Mesopotamia. The Hoople was, by all accounts, a skittish bunch.
 
The point, however, is moot. It is what it is and asking why seems like an exercise in futility.
 
Not to put too fine a point on it.

- Professor P.M. Mental

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- Lou B. Palabra, Life Techniques Marketing