From: Wade T. Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 04 Mar 2003 - 13:32:51 GMT
On Monday, March 3, 2003, at 09:19 PM, memetics-digest wrote:
> Wade cut the last sentence of a paragraph again. The analogy went:
> "Memes are the same. Long as the person playing baseball with you
> knows how
> many strikes make an out, what possible difference does it make to you
> this number is stored in his brain?"
> Wade didn't answer or even try to make a sensible comment on the
> based question.
> Not a problem. I have been in electronic discussions a long time and
> deal with this kind of behavior.
> Goodbye Wade
Keith attributes quotes to me that I never made. This is exasperated by
the digest format, I think.
I made a perfectly sensible comment upon his baseball example- I
related that a donkey named Hans could answer the same question.
But Keith has decided to take his ball and go home. But then, perhaps
he considers the memes in the donkey's brain to be the same as the
memes in a boy's.
As for what possible difference it could make with how something is
stored, well, tell that to a librarian.
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