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On Saturday, March 2, 2002, at 11:25 , Steve Drew wrote:
> Also IMO memes don't have traits such as aggressive or irrational any
> than they have a colour, as the meme is the behaviour, rather than a
> possessor of the behaviour.
Ah, a fellow behaviorally oriented memeist.
> I've seen Saving Private Ryan, but don't recall FUBAR
There are, of course, a whole slew of rank and file based acronyms,
SNAFU being the most well-known, perhaps, and the one which my father
most euphemistically told me meant Situation Normal, All Fouled Up. And
so, I suppose, it could mean....
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