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----- Original Message -----
From: Ryan, Angela <ARyan@french.ucc.ie>
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2001 7:16 PM
Subject: FW: memetics of the heroine
> This message followed a strange path: I hope it has now reached the list.
> Could I request that no one ever tell me what either 'Chicago Bears' or
> Fridge' mean, not even to what terminological field, or life-form, if
> applicable, they belong, not ever, please. Reality is just too strange
Just buzzin' in here,
If you want a direct discussion about literary figures and what about they
say is of any importance to ' culture ' in the reality sense of the word go
or link onto Pirsig R. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance;
or read the book Lila by the same author.
I don 't really know if this is of any revelance to your work but I thought
you ought to know...
( I am, because we are)
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