Re: playing at suicide

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Thu Jan 10 2002 - 05:35:13 GMT

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    At 10:23 PM 9/01/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >>If you think a cry of pain is not a meme of communication, consider this
    >>-- in America we say "ouch" or "ow" when we feel pain. In Japan, they say
    >>"itai!" or "itai-o!" In China,............(snip)
    Hi all
    In Australia we are usually not so genteel with our speech. Nevertheless. I
    don't think that any word, or even an entire language is "a meme".

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