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On 01/06/02 21:33, Grant Callaghan said this-
> A hammer is, after
>all, more useful to a carpenter than it is to a mathematician.
Unless the mathematician wants to do some carpentry. Tools are useful for
tasks, not people. I use 'meme' a lot, when it's useful, and it's only
been useful in casual, general, discussions about culture. Once we
actually have a nail to hit, I try to grab one, and come up empty-handed.
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