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> And all I have to do to come to this conclusion is say, Harry Potter.
> Who is now very popular in Japan, as I understand....
> What's going on there?
> Any memetic guesses?
> - Wade
Japan is now a usanian ideological colony Wade. I don't think that it
would have been so popular 70 years ago.
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