RE: playing at suicide

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    > "Grant Callaghan" <> RE: playing at suicideDate: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 11:42:37 -0800
    >> ><<give me an example
    >> >of a meme that is NOT a tool.>>
    >> >
    >> >I suspect your definition of "tool" is broad enough to include
    >> >but given names are a nice example of memes that spread without much
    >> >to their utility to the host.
    Actually, names are communication tools, in the sense of being markers of individuals, so that two people can ascertain whether or not they are discussing the same absent third person.

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