A Test

From: salice (salice@gmx.net)
Date: Thu Oct 04 2001 - 04:41:09 BST

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    Commit suicide now.

    Above is a meme which you probably have read. Why are you still
    alive if your brain has not selected against it?

    White people are stupid gay racist fucks.

    Above is a meme which you probably have read too. Are you going
    to spread this meme, tell your friends and family? If not, what else
    than a process in your brain makes you not to spread this meme?

    Reply to this mail now.

    Another Meme. Can you observe your thoughts which deal
    with this meme and decide whether to follow it or not? Do these
    thoughts happen elsewhere than in your brain?

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