Re: memes and sexuality/ Gender Bias for Memes

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Date: Mon Apr 16 2001 - 21:30:08 BST

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    On 04/16/01 14:13, TJ Olney said this-

    >Wade and J.R., of course, represents the ultimate masculine
    >perspective of "I said it so it must be right, and even if it isn't I can
    >defend it."


    Of course, I say I'm only still up at the plate with my own thoughts,
    looking for strikes and curveballs, and the occasional bunt.

    Never, to my knowledge, have I come out with "I'm right because I said
    it", but then, I just said that....

    - Wade

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