April 15, 2002
The point one makes must have been called a point because it is narrowed down to a point, it can be piercing, and it is centralized into one direct coordinate that is one point on a graph. What if a point is not so precise, narrowed down, piercing, and to the point? It would not be a point at all but something resembling what could be considered a nub. A nub may be something that was intended to be a point made but it was not correctly operating by the standards of what a real point is. What's the point?