The word moot is an archaic term meaning "argue, debate, discuss." In early English history, a moot was a meeting to discuss local affairs. Moot comes from the Old English gemot, meaning "meeting."
Isn't that the cutest article? She's never going to live this down, having a "double life" and being the "most powerful blogger in kids' books." I will tease her about that forever.Although, there is nothing cooler than a hometown that sounds like it could be played with tissue paper and a comb in a band. Kalamazoooo!
I like the word "powerful" and "kids' books" in the same sentence!
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