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On Tuesday, January 8, 2002, at 03:21 , Grant Callaghan wrote:
> So the Japanese and Chinese may enjoy Harry Potter but the
> memes they pick up from it will not be the same ones we thought
> we were sending over there with the movie.
I've read some very interesting things about Sailor Moon that
said just the same thing, from the other end.
Of course, the problem inherent in "the memes they pick up from
it will not be the same ones we thought we were sending over"
is, well, pretty much at the core of my discontent about memes
in general, and the pain of analyzing them.
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