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Hi Ray Recchia -
>How do you know whether someone has a meme or not? You ask them.
And their response is a behavior.
>Please demonstrate the behavior associated with the meme "The Earth
>revolves around the Sun." In fact that there are a variety of behaviors
>associated with it that can also be associated with a number of other
As there are a number of memes possibe to perform from the knowledges and
descriptions of any of the planets and systems of planets and
What is performed is the meme. The rest is prologue.
In the same way you are not the romantic candlelit dinner on the night of
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