Im not sure how you arrived at the conclusion that I consider myself the authority for everyone else by simply expressing my opinion about the difference between agnostics and atheists but you pose an interesting question.<quoted text>
Since you have decided you are the authority for everyone else, exactly where does the "ignostic" fit in your little world?
Certainly if you consider the word god meaningless the question does god exist is also meaningless. However, once you attach a meaning to the word god, regardless of how abstract, I think the question is legitimate.
Since the word God has many different meanings, it is possible for the sentence God exists to express many different propositions. What we need to do is to focus on each proposition separately. For each different sense of the term God, there will be theists, atheists, and agnostics relative to that concept of God.- Theodore Drange