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At 07:54 AM 11/01/02 -0800, you wrote:
>> >Also I worry that memetics is being used to develop a theory of cultural
>If you've ever studied or read much about the martial arts, you must know
>that anything and everything can be used as a weapon, and often is. It's
>not the memes you have to worry about, it's the people who use them.
But what makes them feel justified?
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