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> > I don't have a problem with people voicing their political or
> > views. I do have a problem with using memetics to justify them.
> Is memetics a valid justification for anything?
> - Wade
Is this more of your 'I am really not convinced that memetics is useful
for anything even though I post to this list more than anyone except
Vince who share my views' stance? It is a nice fallback position but it
is a bit like a straight guy telling a homosexual what good gay sex
should be like.
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