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> >>Has anybody spoke to the infamous 100th monkey phenomenon yet?
> >Well they have now, damn you :-) Do we *really* have to go through
> >that? --
> Well the more we struggle with the retelling of the retelling of the
> 100th monkey, the easier it will become for everyone else to grasp,
> even those not reading this list. If everybody on this list were to
> read extensively on the 100th monkey phenomenon, we could carve a
> mnemic groove deep enough that future generations would pick up on the
> story without much effort at all. They would be resonating with us via
> the collective memory storehouse. Ecphory abounds.
ROTFLMAO!!!!! Don't forget the chreodes! <weg> OMMMM....
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