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> If you see a conscious fellow at the bottom of a dry well who yells "help" or
> who has written the readable word "help" in the sand, either way,
>you will most probably react the same. You'll ask how he's
>doing, then toss him a rope or go to find one or someone who can
>help you help him.
Probably. It's still two different memes, related though.
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