If I do something, is it fair to say that I am also _choosing_ not to do one of

If I do something, is it fair to say that I am also _choosing_ not to do one of

If I do something, is it fair to say that I am also _choosing_ not to do one of an infinite number of other things that I am not considering at the time of the choice? For example, if I ask somebody "What's your name?", is it accurate to say I am choosing not to ask them "Where are my walnuts?", even if the second question never even occurred to me?

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