RE: Memewatch

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Wed Mar 13 2002 - 07:59:48 GMT

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    Interesting! I AM curious about all the logos I missed. I scored high on
    the Politics, Hippiness, and Environmental memes, and sort of high on Junk
    Food, Religion and MacIntosh...


    > From: []On Behalf
    > Of Ray Recchia

    > Just for fun:
    > Human Virus Scanner
    > "During our research for "Don't Cross the Memes" we encountered several
    > potent memetic viruses. Six months later we have perfected a simple yet
    > effective human virus detector. Scan yourself, or scan your friends"

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