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There's a shaggy dog story like this that ends with the use if the word
'indigo' as part of a dreadfully bad pun...
> From: Jeremy Bradley
> Reply To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 2:24 AM
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> Subject: RE: Rumsfeld Says He May Drop New Office of Influence:
> Israel and Palestine
> At 01:16 PM 23/03/02 -0500, you wrote:
> >And I believe that the peoples of Israel and Palestine could return to
> >as neighbors. Strange, I suppose, to hear anyone saying that now, but I
> >believe it to be profoundly possible. There are a lot of good people on
> >both sides, and everyone is distressed by what is happening and the toll
> >is taking on everyone. For this to happen, the memes that are presently
> >work will have to evolve, which is why our discussion of the situation
> >its different memetic interpretations on this list have been of such
> >interest to me.
> >Best regards,
> Yes Lawrence
> The Poem below was written by an Israeli born Jewish man. From my
> narratological base, I would say that it contains the meme we crave. I
> be away from my computer for a week, so I will get back to you then. But
> for now, think about the memes in 'The Green Man'.
> The Green Man
> By: Yehonatan Gefen
> Once upon a time, in a green town, there lived a man, a green man.
> The green man lived in a green house, with a green door and green windows;
> He had a green wife, and two green children,
> And at night, he would sleep in his green bed,
> And dream green, green dreams.
> One day, the green man got up on a green morning,
> Put on green shoes, wore a green shirt and green pants,
> On his head he put a green hat and went out
> The green man got into his green car,
> And drove the green road, in a green speed.
> On one side of the road the green man saw a green sea,
> And on the other side lots of green flowers.
> It was a beautiful day.
> And the green man was happy and sang green songs,
> He smoked a green cigarette, with green smoke.
> And then the green man saw that on the side of the road
> Stands a blue man.
> The green man stopped his green car and asked the blue man;
> "Hey, Blue Man, what are you doing here?"
> "Me?" said the Blue Man,
> "I'm from a different story."
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