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Might as well not? #1 (permalink) Fri Nov 09, 2012 15:59 pm   Might as well not?
 

If you use a beep to draw the reader's attention to something and the beep is not heard, you might as well not have bothered in the first place.

Would you please tell me the meaning of the bold sentence.

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Might as well not? #2 (permalink) Fri Nov 09, 2012 19:16 pm   Might as well not?
 

There was no point in you making the beep to begin with.
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