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> perfectly good rocket launchers?
> Why send the same message time after time? Even those who were
> sympathetic to what you wrote are now beginning to think you're something
> of a loon. Others have no doubt about it.
> Ob. memetics: repetition of a meme can reduce its appeal.
I have revised, continually, from feedback.
> "A prime source of meta-memes" -- inside information --
> Robin Faichney
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