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On the 12th of December, I successfully chanced upon the posting of the
first part of my piece raising the question of the applicability
of memetics to practical examples. And I promised to post the second part,
but for some reason, following several attempts, have not been able to.
Well, I don't know whether my posts are being blocked by design (filtered?)
or by server error.
Not to be deterred, I am now going to try to fulfill the rest of my
promise, for which no doubt, everyone has been hanging out impatiently. ;-)
Hopefully this bite-sized post should make it past any server glitches.
Here it is, in complete form:
My omission of key identifier words, as much as is practicable, is
deliberate. Let's see if this works!
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