RE: Cichlids & Memes

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    On 09/10/01 07:59, Lawrence DeBivort said this-

    >I would also think that memeticists, if
    >anyone, would be generally predisposed to MR-type thinking (e.g. due to the
    >dissemination and latent survival of memes)

    The fact we all don't call our gods 'Zeus' (and have to turn to Disney
    movies) would tend, I think, to discourage even memeticists (a
    fuzzy-headed bunch sometimes, yes?) to predispose to such magical

    - Wade

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