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Hi Richard Brodie -
>Remember, cute animals manipulate
>people to take care of them with no memetic help.
Yeah, and that big-eyed velvet kitty painting just screamed 'buy me!'....
It's pretty well documented that we're suckers for the dewy big-eyed
small-bodied look. Hell, that's what the houris are in paradise.
But, we're just suckers for it. We ain't being suckered.
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