re: necessity of mental memes

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Thu Jan 31 2002 - 13:18:08 GMT

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    Hi -

    >"Dr Tony Baloney".

    I'm the one who questioned the identity of what I thought was an obvious
    joke, and from all evidence now received (that is, no follow up), it is a
    blatant pseudonym.

    And I'm sorry, but, when I see something like 'Tony Baloney'- that's
    precisely what I think it is- baloney.

    In this case, I appear to be right, but, I'll certainly declare my
    questioning the validity of a name like that is not only correct, but
    just and ethical.

    - Wade

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