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> Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 10:36:30 -0000
> From: Vincent Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: RE: Cultural traits and vulnerability to memes
> Another problem is that if we try and talk about less weighty
> behaviours (e.g. the trends for wearing baseball caps in various positions),
> there are those who accuse us of asking pointless questions (stuff for the
> Journal of Mundane Behaviour- which really exists BTW).
I know, but it isn't as bad as it sounds.
I think it is intended to ironic. The special edition out at the moment is
called Mundane Sex!
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