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    #1

    stepped on my point

    "You kinda stepped on my point there" - What does it mean? Sarcastic note like "you telling things that I've already say"?

    I found one thread about this, but it closed.

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    #2

    Re: stepped on my point

    Context would help, but it means something like the other person interfered with way the first person was trying to make a point.

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