DAVID PUGLIESE RESPONDS: Retired LGen Carr misses the point
of the article.
The idea of B teams playing in the leagues misses the point
, just as everybody misses the point
when they talk about needing another Clairefontaine at St George's Park.
He said: "I think it [the Vatican] probably misses the point
CRAIG Brown misses the point
- and he's missed a few in his time - over Ally MacLeod's proposed induction to the SFA's Hall of Fame.
But David Sommers, a spokesman for Knabe, said that misses the point
Peter Bagge's anti-Amtrak screed ("Amtrak Sucks," December) has elements of truth to it, but in his zeal to kill the train system, he misses the point
His response: "To carry around the notion that if I fail it's going to mean that no other black person will ever have a similar opportunity, or that if I succeed, it's going to open a floodgate of opportunity for other black Americans, misses the point
GMA says there is no question that obesity is a serious societal issue with major health implications, "but by narrowly focusing on advertising and marketing, CSPI misses the point
Finally, the author misses the point
that the Holy Spirit will work with whatever it has available.
While some contend that the changes are legally unnecessary, others say that argument misses the point
It misses the point
that we are indeed multi-faceted creatures, driven by myriad goals, desires and values.
That misses the point
of presence technology--to sense what is going on without any action by a user.
The economic experimentalism is interesting but misses the point
of the way tribal societies evolved.
the most exhaustive exploration ever written" about this text complet ely misses the point
that, as described in the essay at least, there is absolutely nothing exceptional about what the text being exhaustively explored actually offers.
He said the product fosters better communication, and added, "Anyone insulted by MaidAids misses the point