From: Wade Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 16 Oct 2002 - 19:56:04 GMT
On Wednesday, October 16, 2002, at 02:58 , firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I sang the words I rehearsed
So you claim.
The only meme you _have_ performed for me is writing this claim. It is
the only thing I have apprehended.
A claim is not a song.
I might continue the 'Joe doesn't know the correct words to London
Bridge is Falling Down' contention, but that isn't a meme, either.
My writing it was, though.
As long as someone reads it.
No-one heard your song.
It was not a meme.
The music I'm listening to on my own computer, in the office, right now,
is, though. Other people are hearing it. It's a minor behavior,
effecting what other people listen to, but, it is right here, and right
Of course, it is not a meme you have perception of, just my account of
Which is all you might need to know to accomplish a similar thing, in
your own office, if allowed.
But it would only be a similar thing.
And it is with similar things that memetics is involved, not with
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