"extracting a meme from its context…"
I explored Internet memes and the term “meme” last year.  This seems like an interesting concept.  I’m not certain if this designer executed it correctly though.  However, it is nice to stare at, and I’m a sucker for Don Draper.

"extracting a meme from its context…"

I explored Internet memes and the term “meme” last year.  This seems like an interesting concept.  I’m not certain if this designer executed it correctly though.  However, it is nice to stare at, and I’m a sucker for Don Draper.

"extracting a meme from its context…"
I explored Internet memes and the term “meme” last year.  This seems like an interesting concept.  I’m not certain if this designer executed it correctly though.  However, it is nice to stare at, and I’m a sucker for Don Draper.

"extracting a meme from its context…"

I explored Internet memes and the term “meme” last year.  This seems like an interesting concept.  I’m not certain if this designer executed it correctly though.  However, it is nice to stare at, and I’m a sucker for Don Draper.

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