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Hi Robin Faichney -
>But it's not an artifact.
Correct, the word meme is not, in and of itself, but, there it is, eleven
Print it and hang it up.
Although, I suppose I was not being true to my stance.
So, it's a successful fad. It's a popular term. It's a nifty sound.
But, yeah, it is not a meme.
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