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I have not made any postings for quite some time, but I would like to join everyone in offering my condolences to the people of America.
Now that this has happened, I think U.S officials should be watching for copycat crimes taking place. Many minds have now been exposed to some of the memetic structures involved in the perpetration of yesterday's attack, and a mind that has insufficient memetic filters might find itself planning something similar.
Memes spread and unfortunately the memes that spread fastest are these type of memes--the ones that have a negative impact on humanity.
BRENT SILBY 2001
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From: Kenneth Van Oost
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 9:08 AM
Subject: Re: US Tragedy
To all American list members, condolences and sympathy from Belgium.
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