Dave Howell wrote:
> If 'simpleton' and 'singleton' are equally applicable to either of two
> different cases, as somebody suggested earlier, then these will lead
> people to *think* they know what will happen, but there's a 50/50
> chance that it will be the other. So that's not a good thing.

Well, I think 'simpleton' and 'singleton' are synonymous terms (about 
98% sure of that if this were a lifeline).  But, the problem would 
remain if singleton isn't a good fit to begin with.  I actually think 
singleton is a good fit and therefore so is simpleton.

--J

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