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Yes- 'meme' doesn't "care" what people think it means as long at it gets
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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....
> - Wade>
> 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
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