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Hi Philip Jonkers -
>Memes precisely keep sticking around because of their
>functionality and usefulness.
Or, like stone edifices, their simple structure.
Or, like big-eyed gamin paintings, their overt attraction factor.
Like Richard and others will mention, functionality and usefulness are
nice, but hardly necessary.
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