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>> By the way, has anybody recognized that acting is
>> quitessential example of imitation. Actors simply
>> mimic other people.
> We could also relate this to advertising and
kids, the way they randomly
>quote from ads, movies, (jim carey for example) this
is incredible at times,
>yet not all kids do this, it seems to
>depend on their personality. So would this mean we
all interpret and pass
>on memes in a different way or am I off track here?
Imitation and compliance often go hand in hand and
both are indispensible to maintain coherence of
society and to advance it. All kids have their idols
I think, but some are more open about it than others.
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