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Hi Philip Jonkers -
>You may say therefore, that I am in the memes-are-
I had that sussed quite a while ago.
>Anything cultural qualifies as meme, provided
>transmittable (this addition even seems
>tautological to me).
So, let's get rid of culture. Seems a useless attachment to an otherwise
happily ubiquitous process that only gets mistaken for it by even the
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