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Hi Joe Dees -
>The problem is not, as I see it, with the use of the term 'meme' to apply
>to certain mutating, selected and differentially replicated cultural
>phenomena, but rather as to which of the several phenomena you list, and
>many others, qualify for a slot under the metaphoric umbrella of the term.
To take the admonition, it is time just to not allow this umbrella to be
opened in anything other than the foyer.
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