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> "Wade T. Smith" <email@example.com> "Memetics Discussion List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>Reply-To: email@example.com
>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.
Infant ears hear higher pitches better and distinctions not as well, and we seem genetically programmed to raise our voice pitches and accentuate our speeches when speaking to babies. "AAAAH! Koocheekoo!"
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