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> > The thing is that it is not "the meme" but "the memes".
> I'm not, however, going to jump on any bandwagon that wants to count
> entities with such promiscuity.
Well talking about promiscuity, some months ago you argued that
memes are artefacts only. Now you say that only behaviours are
memes. What's the next idea you're going to come up with? In a
few months you'll probably have cycled through all the different
meme-classes always thinking that "only THIS is a meme".
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