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I Meme Ein - Impressions and Expressions of Ijon
August 13th, 2003
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I Meme Ein
Alright, velfadar has called my bluff. Now I have to Obey The Meme:

Three posts of mine that I like: (this is difficult)
bonus: foo!

Five posts by others that I like: (so much easier, and so much to choose from)

All of the above journals are absolutely excellent reads. So are many which did not fit in this list. Stupid meme.

Now! You! Yes, I'm talking to you, you loafer! Get out there and meme along!

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Current Music: Caravan -- Golf Girl

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From:ukelele
Date:August 13th, 2003 08:41 am (UTC)
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Well, what's not to like about cheese....

*g*
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From:bevit
Date:August 13th, 2003 10:15 am (UTC)

Had to say it:

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That it's made from cows' milk, which is the proper food of young calves, NOT adult humans.
Also, it's horribly unhealthy (in more ways than one).

Tastes great, though. Highly addictive.
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From:ijon
Date:September 4th, 2003 04:44 am (UTC)

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Yes, but what about the meme? You want to Obey The Meme... Your eyelids are becoming heavy... Obey The Meme...
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From:velfadar
Date:August 14th, 2003 01:22 pm (UTC)

Out of curiosity

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Where does the term "meme" originate?
Which is really an elegant way of axing: "What exactly is a "meme"?
Noa, intrigued.
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From:ukelele
Date:August 15th, 2003 02:39 am (UTC)

Re: Out of curiosity

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I believe it was coined by Richard Dawkins, in his book The Selfish Gene -- after n-1 chapters of talking about evolution and genetics, little biological agents dumbly fighting their way past entropy, he spends the last chapter pondering how informational units might do the same. This was the weakest chapter of the book in my opinion, but it's had a lot of influence. Anyway, it either originates or popularizes the term.
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