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On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 11:56:53PM -0500, Scott Chase wrote:
> >> >meme sounds nicer.
> >> It is an attractive, catchy, little word, ain't it?
> >> Like a new peanut butter, ready to spread on crackers and toast.
> >> Probably one of the reasons people want to put it in every casserole in
> >> their ovens.
> >Sounds like you're saying it's a successful meme.
> But is it a good idea?
Surely, if there is such a thing as a successful meme, then "successful
meme" is a good idea.
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