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On Tuesday, January 15, 2002, at 10:30 , <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> In a
> few months you'll probably have cycled through all the different
> meme-classes always thinking that "only THIS is a meme".
Could happen. But I'm glad you're paying attention.
I will say, however, that I'm fairly convinced I will never take
the side of the meme as internal thought stance, since I really
have no good arguments for it.
But, I should take up that stance, as well, if only because that
will force me to debate for its side, and that is what I am
doing, taking sides to see which one has the better arguments.
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