Hi gurus and nubys,

I'm having a little problem with unbound methods.
I supposed I could unbound a method from Kernel 
and put it in my own module, but it seems' I'm failing:

# this should go in Kernel
def met
   p 'met'+self.to_s
end
 
m=Kernel.method( :met).unbind
module Mod;end

m.bind(Mod)  #failing!
#but M.kind_of?(Kernel.class) #=>true


the error is :
Ruby1:13:in `bind': singleton method called for a different
object(TypeError)


now: I know that Mod is a different object. Anyway MEthod#bind should
worry just about obj.class, am I wrong ?

Or the problem is that :met is a singleton method ? 
If so, why I can't detach a singleton method ?