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On Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 11:39:21AM -0500, Wade Smith wrote:
> >I just think that to limit memes to artefacts is
> >not right.
> Belief is nice and it gives confidence.
> To be precise, I don't believe my stance- I've just adopted it,
> like a debater.
> Nice ain't got nothin' to do with it. Neither does confidence.
Do you believe we don't notice what you choose not to respond to,
and just delete?
-- Robin Faichney "One person's mess is another's complexity" inside information -- http://www.ii01.org/
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