Re: Do all memes die out or evolve? I think not.

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    On 20 Jan 2002, at 20:38, Philip Jonkers wrote:

    > Well, the meme is not a tool for transmitting.

    Not the tool but the meme is what gets transmitted. Let's say i
    have this idea and these bad feelings about Nsync. If i want to tell
    it to someone i use the meme "Nsync sucks" for transmitting this

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