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>><<See previous posts on Grant's theory of memes.>>
>>But by MY theory, a "Grant" is an overripe banana. Why would I want to
>>a theory on knock-down, drag-out arguments from an overripe banana? I'm
>>getting more and more confused.
>You probably wouldn't. But it's not required reading unless you do want
> The choice is yours to make. ;-)>
P.S. I'm aware that you, too, have a theory of memes. I bought your book,
but I didn't buy your theory. I have no doubt your theory is worth more
than mine but I'm not trying to sell mine. It's a freebie. And free advice
is worth every penny you pay for it, right?
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