Memetics: a retrospective
by Laura Doom
Author's Note: Sorry - won't work in M$ IE or other downgraded browsers
Constructed with js, css & html, but no funding.
Posted on 01/13/2020
Copyright © 2020 Laura Doom
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 01/14/20 at 03:11 AM|
Had to look up the definition of memetics lol, and can now see how it applies here. Quite innovative! Always happy to see/read what you've been up to.
|Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 01/14/20 at 03:56 PM|
May not have had funding, but it didn't need it with your crafty cleverness. Brings to mind many things - changing times, the phone game where one person whispers to another in a circle and by the time the message gets around it has been fairly transformed, letters from my dad who was in WWII who, along with his signature, would draw Killroy's iconic face. Even the staff house overseas where we lived had been graffiti-ed with "Killroy was Here." Your iteration seems to fit these times. I wonder what the next will be.
|Posted by Rob Littler on 02/01/20 at 11:35 AM|
Shame there's no more room for another just one more brick in the wall in your wall, mimetically speaking. But the perpetual buzz kill isn't the Orange peel, it's the agent Orange he appeals to when appearing appealingly pleased to merely appear. Quite a pale pair, compared to the Mr. Roboto domo arigato misuse of moga dish you got at issue.... plus more