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Yes, sounds good Jeremy. I'm abouyt to hit the sack and will pick up on this
---- Lawwrence: > >Hmmmm..... I wonder if we could distinguish general > >cultural traits that makes the individuals in a culture more > vulnerable to > >memes, or less so?
Jeremy: > I've been having fun with this Lawrence. Do you want to start a new topic. > I feel that this one has drifted too far from Rumsfeld's overt or covert > propaganda machinery already. > Jeremy
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