Re:Memes inside brain

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    > If there's any single example you want to run by me again, please do (re-)present
    > it and I'll do my best to deal with it. I'm not going to trawl through the 49

    Okay. Most interesting example for you and me would be this:

    A publisher receives a transcript from a new author. He decides to
    publish the book. In my eyes his brain selected memes. Your
    explanation please.

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