Date: Sun 01 Jun 2003 - 19:30:11 GMT
> On Sunday, June 1, 2003, at 02:41 PM, Kenneth wrote:
> > And the bet that about anyone can remerber their
> > birthday with no trouble at all proves, yes indeed that the venue is
> > persistent in holding the similar performances under its control.
> Kenneth has found that using the performance model is a relaxing and
> fertile way of moving into and through cultural process.
> Birthdays are in interesting example, of course, because it is only
> recently that they have become important among the general population,
> and accuracy was rarely important except among the ruling classes.
> No-one can possibly know their own birthday. This is one bit of data
> which _has_ to be related through the culture, if it can and wants to.
> - Wade
Your parents or other caregivers tell it to you a few times, and you remember it all your life. After it is internalized, it can be accessed under any triggering circumstances, and there are a plethora of dissimilar ones.
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