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> Sounds like you're saying it's a successful meme.
In so many words, yup.
Wish I'd said it first....
And, as countless discussions on this list justify fidelity of meaning is not essential to replication. In Saussurian terms fidelity of
'signifier' helps replication. Fidelity of 'signified' can be a positive disadvantage
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