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> Yes so why is it a meme when i show you a film and not when i
> show the meme
> via behavior?
Did I ever say it weren't? Nope. As long as the film depicts a
similar behavior, I totally agree. I totally agree that a film
is a meme. I totally agree that a behavior enacted or recorded
on film is a meme.
But, you've got to show me one or the other. Somehow. Just
talking about this meme is useless if I want to use it.
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