non-issue non-issue


  • (n) the state of something that has outlived its relevance


  1. C: In our view, privacy is a non-issue.
  2. But honestly to me it was a non-issue.
  3. Senator Chuck Grassley has announced his membership in the Limbaugh mainstream of the Republican Party on the non-issue of Death Panels.


  • The 404 1285: Where E3 is no place for fanboys (podcast)

    I don't get it. I'm gone an entire week and there's not one show. I get back, Justin's gone, but I still have to do one. What's up with that? Luckily it's a non-issue. Today we've got CNET HDTV editor Ty Pendlebury on the program to help me wrap up the chaos that was E3 2013 and filter out some of the new-found disgust I have for videogame fanboys. You know, the worst kind of fanboy. - Check out ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: CNET


  1. "I think people are making a lot out of nothing," Wilson said. "That stuff happens all the time. Q is very dedicated to this team, very dedicated to the players. I think it's a non-issue."
    on Jan 22, 2009 By: Adrian Wilson Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "My hope is that a building on terms that make sense to the franchise will be achievable in Pittsburgh and this will become a non-issue," Bettman said. "But at some point in the not too distant future, in a matter of weeks, we have to start...
    on Jan 23, 2007 By: Gary Bettman Source:

  3. "We consider the tapes of our coaching staff during our games against the New England Patriots to be a non-issue," Rooney said in a statement. "In our opinion, they had no impact on the results of those games."
    on Feb 15, 2008 By: Dan Rooney Source: International Herald Tribune

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