RE: Words and Memes

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 22:54:04 GMT

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    My son writes them on grad school admission application forms. And so far it
    seems to be working....


    Grant: > Until the idea of one god came along, every civilization I've
    > read about had
    > a form of worship built around asking some god for success in
    > battle. The
    > Chinese used to write their requests on the backs of turtle
    > shells and the
    > shoulder blades of sheep.

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