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Joe depends what you mean by 'healthy'
And that would be us. I sincerely doubt, however, that the term is anywhere near archaism; in fact, the 'meme' meme seems to be rather
robust, which naturally raises the recursive question of how there can be such a healthy 'meme' meme in the absence of memes simpliciter.>
Fidelity of meaning is not a necessary precursor to replication in the context of this list, unlike say the 'quark' meme replicating in the
world of high physics.
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