Re: FW: Memetics in Time magazine

t (MemeLab@aol.com)
Wed, 28 Apr 1999 10:08:23 EDT

From: <MemeLab@aol.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 1999 10:08:23 EDT
Subject: Re: FW: Memetics in Time magazine
To: memetics@mmu.ac.uk

In a message dated 4/28/99 8:27:59 AM Central Daylight Time,
chrislees@easynet.co.uk writes:

>> I find the speculation about why someone might have not done something
( i.e. a ref to JoM, was it ? ) by intelligent educated people here, is
really
thoroughly bizarre. <<

I find it thoroughly human.

>>I suppose there is a place for suspicion and paranoia, because
humans are often devious, but even more often they are just devious,
plus fallible, messy, incompetent, forgetful, prone to error and muddle.<<

All are possibilities. Sometimes other people's interests are just different
from our own no matter how honest they are. That may seem devious to us, but
it really isn't.

-Jake

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