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Hi Ray Recchia -
>I think we need to stick to safer topics.
That's also known as ostrichism.
>If we can work in that sort of vein and characterize memes
>in terms of symbiosis, predation, and competition we can get beyond this
>stupid bickering about what is and isn't a meme.
And that's known as circular reasoning.
Sticking one's head in a hole, and going around in circles....
Sounds like academia to me.
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