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On Tuesday, January 8, 2002, at 02:40 , Grant Callaghan wrote:
> It's not just good to fit in, it's a need
That might well be true. Probably is.
Which usually leads me to wanting to know what culture is, apart
from behavior around needs like these...? And how, (do we need a
how?), to separate or distill memes from this?
And then, thinking these things, I get all flopped over to the
'memes are bunkum' side of the fence for awhile. So far, a few
encounters with folks from the other camp leaves me on top of
the fence again....
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