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>From: "Douglas P. Wilson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: MemeticsFlowers.Org and mailing list
>Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 12:47:03 -0800
> > You're a little premature. April 1st (A.F.D.) is next Monday.
>If you go to my various website and follow links to some of my many web
>pages, I think you will see that I am quite serious about all this and have
>put a lot of work into it, so though I may be a fool to think all this is
>possible I am not actually trying to fool anybody are make any foolish joke
>at the expensive other fools.
Sorry. At first sight, MemeticsFlowers did seem way over the top. So if I
get you right you would consider a webpage as an attractive flower-like sort
of organ which has attributes making it a facilitator of the spread of
memetic pollen or something like that? Websites have anthers/filaments
and/or stigma/styles/ovaries so to speak? Are we kinda like pollinators
then? The websites have nifty colors and designs which bring us in to their
I'm having a vision of a male "wasp" being duped by a memetic orchid...OK
I'll not go there. That's more risque than the round and waggle dance as
means of communicating whereabouts of nearby memetic flowers.
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