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On Monday, February 18, 2002, at 12:34 , Joe Dees wrote:
> This is why a term that conflates the two is unsatisfactory to me for
> the purposes of memetic study, as I consider memes to be irretrieveable
> semantic (meaning-laden).
So, do you like 'mememurs'?
I do. (Being as humble as possible.)
It don't conflate anything. (Love that word, sounds like a fart.)
It purrs, all things considered.
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